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7, 1946

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T IHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Quintet Rounds into Form;
Suprunowiez, ierd Shine
Wolverines Down 'Cats in Big Nine Debut;
Iowa State, Mar-ette Follow in Order

Wolverine COURTyS HIS RACQUET: Cagers Sweep Four Holiday Tilts;
Varsity Tennis Captans TodS
TankStar E- extet Takes Tree Coast me.
His awn Under the Nets Too

Following through on its ef-
fort to ring out the old and ring
in the new, Michigan's basketball#
team presented its followers with
a holiday package of four straight
wins to stamp itself as a coming
Big Nine trouble maker.
Cagers Boast 6-1 Record
"We may not win the title but
they'll sure know we're in the
league," seems to be the general
attitude down at Yost Field House
these days. As if toprove it, the
Wolverines went, out and spank-
ed' a good Northwestern quintet
Saturday night 39-31 in the Con-
ference opener for both fives. Fol-
lowing on the heels of two wins
over Iowa State and a 70-64 ver-
dict over a Marquette squad that
was good enough to beat Wiscon-
sin, the Wildcat game gave Coach
Ozzie Cowles a healthy 6-1 record
for his efforts thus far atMichi-
gan.
Big Nine Standings
W L Pet.
Wisconsin 2 0 1.000
MICHIGAN 1 0 1.000
Indiana 1 1 .500
Minnesota 1 1 .500
Ohio State 1 1 .500
Purdue 0 0 .000
Iowa 0 1, .000
Northwestern 0 1 .001
Illinois 0 2 .000
Yesterday's Games
Minnesota 34, Illinois 31
Indiana 62, Ohio State 39
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Suprunowicz, Wierda 'Arrive'
Big news of the vacation vic-
tories was the "arrival" of two
of Cowles prize freshmen, Mack
Suprunowicz and Gerrit Wierda.
A regular starter all season, Su-
prunowicz had failed to live up
to expectations in his first four
games, but found himself in the
second Iowa State get-to-gether
and slipped in 12 points to lead
both teams in scoring. He fol-
lowed up with a sizzling 21 point
performance against Marquette.
Wierda meantime established
himself as the number one for-
ward replacement by tying Boyd
McCaslin and Bill Roberts in the
first Iowa tiff with 15 points and
taking all scoring honors in the
Northwestern battle with 11. The
big blond from Saginaw, Michi-
gan sprained his ankle in the lat-
ter but is expected to be ready for
duty at Minnesota Saturday.
McCaslin Leads Scoring
Other bright spots were the
continued scoring punch provid-
ed by McCaslin and Roberts, the
rounding into shape of Captain
Pete Elliott and the Maize and
Blue ability to win on the road.
McCashn has scored 76 points to
lead all Wolverine point-makers
while Roberts is tied'with Suprun-
owicz for runner-up honors with
67.
As a team, the Wolverines have
run up 355 tallies for 50.8 points
per game, while holding the op-
position to 293 and a 44.2 aver-
age.
Going to the
PAUL "BUNNTAN"
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for that pre-dance snack!

Sets Mark
Harry Holiday, Michigan's great
swimming star, added another
American record to his growing
list during the Christmas vaca-
tion as the Wolverine mermen so-
journed for the two-week period
at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Holiday's latest record feat
came in the 150-meter individual
medley event. The big Wolverine
ace churned the distance in 1:47
to whip ex-Wolverine Bob Mat-
ters, now of Iowa, and clip :02.3
seconds off the former record of
E1:49.3 set in 1945 by William
Kelly of North Carolina.
Meanwhile, the Wolverine swim-'
mers, who returned to Ann Arbor
sporting a set of Florida suntans,
prepared to launch their dual meet
campaign Friday night against
Michigan State at the Sports
Building pool. .
Chi Psi Cops I-M Title
Before leaving on their Christ-
mas vacation, Chi Psi wrapped up
one of their presents early as
they won the Intramural Frater-
nity Volleyball title from Phi Sig-
ma Delta., 3-0.
The winners of the remaining
four leagues which were elimin-
ated earlier in the play-offs were
Kappa Sigma, Alpha Delta Phi,
Theta Xi, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.

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By DEE GERMAIN at Michigan in 1941.
Since Coach Ozzie Cowles found T 22-yar-ol guard
r. The 22-,year-old guard should
an ample supply of prospective have a bright athletic future as
forwards awaiting him when he he has two more seasons of corn-
took over the reins as Michigan's petition remaining in both of thesej
basketball mentor this fall he be- varsity sports, even though he isj
gan priming forward Bill Miku- a second semester sophmore. 1
Majoring in physical education,!
lich into a guard position to m- Mikulich hopes to coach either
crease the Wolverne scorng pow- basketball or tennis when he fin-I
ishes his studies here at the Uni-
Evidently the switch has not versity.
hampered Mikulich's smooth ,
teamwork as evidenced by his fine'
ball handling with either Captain
Pete Elliott or Bob Harrison.
Although varsity basketball is
new to this 5-11 guard, he has
a more than adequate background,
having played four years in high
school at Eben, Michigan, thenr
earning his freshman numerals,
here back in '42. In addition, he
had three years of court experi-
ence on various service teams'
while with the ' air corps as a'
fighter pilot instructor.
Basketball is not the only court
game that Mikulich specializes in,{
for he handled the number two,
position on last spring's tennis
team and at the close of the sea-
son was elected to captain the
'47 squad.
While in high school, Mikulich _
collected a total of 12 letters in
basketball and tennis, and dabbled .
with track in his spare time.
He earned his freshman num-t
erals in tennis after his first year r

Balestri an Phillips
Tri Individually the Wolverines have California, while George Bal
Star 11 Western Trig some very capable hockey players tri as eight
-perhaps as good as any to be
By' DES HOWARTH found in the collegiate ranks. But It was Balestr's tally on a
Athletically speaking it was a there just aren't enough of them. dash thaJ broke up the ter

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pretty good vacation for the Wol-
verines, vith the basketball and
hockey teams winning seven out
of nine holiJay contests. The cag-
ers had a perfect average in four
outings, capping their triumphs
with a rather surprise victoy over
Northweste un Saturday night.
The puckmen dropped a hard-
fought battle to the Dartmouth
jIndians ho're in Ann Arbor be-
fore Christmas and then headed
for Berkeley, Calif. On the way
out Coach Vic Heyliger's sextet
split a pair of games with Colo-
rado College at Colorado Springs,
but on fthe West Coast they
swept both contests, shutting
out the San Francisco Olympic
Club, 1-0, and then trimming
California, 8-1.
After the court squad's pair of
easy wins over Iowa State and an-
other from Marquette on New
Year's Eve , the Northwestern game
rated a toss-up. The Maize and
Blue victory itself was not so
much of an upset, rather it was
the convincing way in which
Michigan won. In the first half,
Coach Ozzie Cowles' lads, playing
one of the best defensive games
ever witnessed at Yost Field
House, established a huge 25-8
lead at the half and then just
coasted to victory.
Despite two losses the hockey
team's showing was far from
disappointing. In fact it can be
called surprising. In all five
games the puckmen played with
only 11 men, including six for-'
wards, four defensemen and a
goalie.
its Schedule,
1-Windsor Spitfires, away
8-London H. C., here
WRESTLING
January
11-Ohio Univ., here (7:30 p.m.)
18-Northwestern, here
February
1-Purdue, away
8-Ohio State, away
15-Illinois, here
22-Wisconsin, here
24-Indiana, here
March
1-Michigan State, away
8-Conference Championships
at Evanston
28-29-NCAA Championships at
Illinois
SWIMMING
January
10-Michigan State, here
11-Buffalo Athletic Club, away
February
1-Purdue, away
6-Minnesota, away
8-Iowa, away
15-Northwestern, here
21-Ohio State, here
March
8-Conference Championships-at
Columbus
28-29-NCAA Championships at
Seattle
April
4-5-AAU Championships at
Columbus

regular linemen.
has been !inable
necessary trio

So far Heyliger
to uncovc'r the

Undoubtedly this factor was
the deciding one in at least three
of the Wolverine losses this
season. The two forward lines
became tired, the defense also
tired in fryini to take up the
slack created by the two front
lines. As a result in the Toronto
games and the Dartmouth tilt,
the Heyligermen were beaten
more by fatigue in the final
period than by the play of the
opposition.
That may have also been the
reason for the first Colorado de-
feat. The squad traveled on the
train two ;days to Colorado Springs,
arriving in the afternoon. Tired
from the long ride, they played
their first game that night.
Oddly enough the two leading
goal-getters are playing their
first season in a Maize and Blue
uniform. Andy Phillips, fresh-
man sensation from Moose Jaw,
Sask., leads the team with ten,
after tallying three times against
NOW PLAYING --
"To Each His Own"
with Olivia deHaviiland
John Lund, Mary Anderson
and
"A Guy Could Change"
with Allan Lane, Jane Frazee

What the team lacks
forward line capable
some measure of relief

is a third game wit
of giving Olympics,
in fti piv

th the San Franc
All of his goas, i

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BILL MIKULICH
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BASKETBALL
December
7-Michigan 51, Mich. State 29
14-W. Michigan 65, Michigan 61
19-Michigan 45, Stanford 37
27-Michigan 58, Iowa State 37?
28-Michigan 38, Iowa State 27
31-Michigan 70, Marquette 64
January'
4-Michigan 39, Northwestern 311
11-Minnesota, away
13-Northwestern, away
18-Purdue, here
31-Toledo University, away
February
3-Indiana, away
8-Ohio State, here
10-Wisconsin, here
15-Iowa, away
17-Purdue, away
22-Minnesota, here
24-Illinois, here
March
1-Michigan State, away
3-Ohio State, away
HOCKEY
November
29-Michigan 10, Windsor
Spitfires 7a
December
7-Toronto 6, Michigan 3
14-Michigan 9, Marquette H. C. 6
19-Toronto 4, Michigan 2I
23-Dartmouth 6, Michigan 3
27-Colorado 6, Michigan 4
28-Michigan 5, Colorado 1
January
2-Michigan 1, San Francisco
Olympic Club 0
3-Michigan 8, California 1
10, 11-Queens U., here
17, 18-Minnesota, here
February
1-Brantford H. C., here
8-McMaster U., here
14, 15-Minnesota, away
22-Waterloo H. C., here
Marchj

MICHIGAN

TODAY
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dentally were on solo dashes. Eight
goals in a season is quite a feat
for a defenseman. What is more,
despite the fact that George's po-
sition calls for much bruising ac-
tion in stopping enemy rushes, he
has yet to be penalized this year.
Another encouraging note has
been the net play of goalie Jack
MacDonald. In his last three
games only two pucks have been
pushed past him. In the Olympic
game he shared honors with
Balestri, and it was his pass out
that set tp the game winning
play.
This week-end the Wolverines
will entertain the powerful Queen's
University sextet from Kingston
before meeting Minnesota in a two
game series the following week.
The Gophers, as usual, are ex-
pected to provide plenty of fire-
works.
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TRACK
February
1-Michigan AAU Relays, here
8-Michigan State Relays at East
Lansing
15-Michigant State, here
22-Illinois, away
March
1-Ohio State, here
8-Conference Championships at
Illinois
22-Purdue Relays at Lafayaette

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