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THE MICHIG-AN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1047,

Michigan Teams To Participate in Five Con ference Clash.

es in Week

Cagers, Puckmen Will See Action Twice;
Matmen Entertain Northwestern Saturday

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Michigan athletic teams are in
for a busy time during the next
week with five major Western Con-
ference collisions on the schedule
which will see the basketball and
hockey teams in action twice and
the wrestlers once.
En route home from the Min-
nesota game at Minneapolis, Coach
Ozzie Cowles' basketball squad will
appear Monday evening in a re-
match with Northwestern Univer-
sity at Evanston, Ill. Next Satur-
day night the Wolverines square
off with Purdue at Yost Field
House for their second conference
clash of the week.
Wildcats Lose Key Men
Against Northwestern the Wol-
verines rate a fair chance of re-
leating their Jan. 4 performance
here in which they scored a 39-31
upset. The chance will depend on
how much the Wildcats miss for-
ward Bill Stricklen and reserve
guards Bob Hughes and Bob Mac-
taggert, who were declared schol-
astically ineligible.
Michigan, on the other hand,
may be handicapped if Gerritt

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OZZIE COWLES ...
Faces a busy week

during which he was top scorer
with 11 points.
Purdue Rates High
Although Michigan ranked one
notch above the seventh-place
Purdue quintet in last year's Big
Nine standings, Coach Mel
Taube's Boilermakers have a re-
turned veteran personnel that is
highly regarded in the league.
Coach Vic Heyliger's hockey
team will face off against its ma-
jor conference rival, Minnesota, in
the first of a four-game series Fri-
day and Saturday nights. A two-
game return match is booked at
Minneapolis Feb. 14 and 15.
Michigan Has Unofficial Title
Inasmuch as Minnesota and
Michigan this season sport the
only two conference hockey clubs,
outcome of their battles deter-
mines the unofficial Big Nine
championship. Last year Michi-
gan won two,-tied ope and lost one
in the Gopher series to snatch the,
laurel.
Meanwhile, next Saturday night
wrestling Coach Cliff Keen's
squad will entertain Northwest-
ern's wrestlers, following the Pur-
due Michigan basketball game.
The swimming team is unsched-
uled until Feb. 1, when it goes to
Lafayette, Ind., to compete with
Purdue.

Twelve Named.
To Walker Cup
Team Berths
NEW YORK, Jan. 11-(IP)-A
dozen amateur golfers, nine of
whom will be charged with the,
responsibility of returning the
Walker Cup to thiscountry, were
selected today by the U. S. Golf
Association which also decided to
conduct its future National tour-
naments entirely on a match play
basis.
Meeting in annual session, the
USGA named these players as a
nine-man team to meet a picked
squad of British Amateurs at St.
Andrews, Scotland, May 16 and 17,
in the first Walker Cup matches
since 1938:
The men selected were: Ted
Bishop, Bud Ward, Dick Chapman,
Willie Turnesa, Smiley Quick,
Fred Kammer, Cary Middlecoff,
and Frank Stranahan.
Francis Ouimet was named non-
playing captain.
Ba ylor U' Signts
New Grid Coach
WACO, Tex., Jan. 11-(")-Bob
Woodruff, line coach at Georgia
Tech, today was named head coach
at Baylor University.
Woodruff signed a three -year
contract at an undisclosed salary.
He said that he would bring three
other Georgia Tech coaches with
him to be his assistants but did
not name them.
The announcement was made by
a statement signed by Alva Bryan,
chairman of the Baylor Athletic
Committee, and five members.
LAST NIGHT'S SCORES
Minnesota 48, Michigan 37
Iowa 61, Ohio State 35.
Purdue 60, Notre Dame 56
Wisconsin 79, Indiana 49
Illinois 55, Northwestern 40

CINDER OVERHAUL:

Field House Running Track
Given Major Ic.ondtionting'

Detroit Tigers Slate 37-Game
Southern Exhibition Sehedu Ce

Wierda,
ward, is
fered a
in thel

promising Saginaw for-
unable to appear. He suf-
badly sprained left ankle
last Northwestern game,

By GEORGE VETTER.
Leaves were not the only things
turned over for the New Year.
The Yost Field House running
track underwent a 14-day face-
lifting and emerged with a new
ashen complexion.
In the first major recondi-
tioning since the track was built,
an entire new surface was laid.
Some two inches of the old top
side were remo-ved to clear way
for a batch of new and springier
cinders. Generations of Michi-
gan thinclads had long since
pounded the original layer into
srumbs.
Two carloads of a special high-
class "North Shore" cinders were
imported for the job. Advertised
as an "activated ash" for better
bounce and longerstrides, it was
not quite up to snuff. It all had
to be sifted, and by the time they
task was finished only one car-
load of usable material was left.
Undoubtedly the high clinker
count can be attributed to at-
tempts at coal scimping.
The track team's reaction to
the new course is varied. One
caught the general attitude by
a "Soft Shoulder" sign posted
on the back stretch. The reno-
vated surface is a trifle flabby,
and while the lads don't exactly
do a soft-shoe shuffle around
the turns they do manage a
good imitation.
The bed of the track, under-
neath the new layer is sound,
however, so things should im-
prove. As every runner knows, a
firm foundation is essential to a.
good curve. A little time and a
few tons of pressure ought to do
the trick.
The only unusual result of
the present mealy surface was
a thrown shoe by quarter-miler
George Shepherd. As he plowed
around the last turn at a recent

practice, the suction proved too
great for his loosely-tied spikes.
His might shoe pulled off with a
squish, but a wide-awake spec-
tator snatched it from the
whirling wake before it disap-
peared from sight. Shepherd
finished the race with a unilue
crab-like stride.
But all in all, the Wolverine
trackmen are showing up well
as mudders. The splattering is
taken right in stride, with the
runner in the rear getting a little
extra in the eye. They wink out
a couple of specks of dirt, button
their spats, and prepare for the
sedimental journey. Here's mud
in your eye
DixonRanks Sixth
in Ves tern Ten iis
CHICAGO, Jan. 11-(P)-The
Western Lawn Tennis Association
today ranked Seymour Greenberg
of Chicago and Shirley Fry of Ak-
ron, Ohio, its top men's and
women's singles players in 1946
for the second straight year.
Michigan Coach Bob Dixon rated
sixth spot in the male rankings.
Gardner Lamned of Chicago was
ranked the no. 2 masculine play-
em, while Fred Kovaleski of 1Ham-
tramck, hMich., was listed third;
John Kriet of Chicago, fourth;
and Charles Samson of South
Bend, Ind., former Notre Dame
star', fifth.

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DETROIT, Jan. ll-(PA)-A 37-
game exhibition baseball schedule,
seven games shorter than their
southern pre-season slate a year
ago, was announced today by the
Detroit Tigers of the American
League, who will open their spring
(amp Monday, Feb. 24, at Lake-
land, Fla.
Twelve games with National
League Clubs, eight with American
Leaguers and 17 with Minor

League outfits constitute the
southern schedule of the Tigers,
who have five games with the Bos-
ton Braves and four each with
the New York Yankees and the
Louisville Colonels.
Detroit will have only approxi-
mately 40 players in its Plorida
camp this year, compared to a
high of nearly twice that many in
1946.

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CHICAGO. Jan. 11-(P)-West-
ern Conference standings, includ-
ing Saturday night's games:
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Wisconsin ........3
Minnesota ........2
MICHIGAN .......1
Indiana ...........
Iowa;............. 1
Illinois .......... 1
Ohio State.......1
Northwestern .... 0
Purdue.0.

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WANTED: Double room or Apt. Urgent-
ly needed by two graduate nurses,
veterans-on or before Feb. 1st. At-
tending school part-time. Phone 8321,
Bernice Southworth. )17
TWO DESPERATE male inmates of
Willow Village seeking hideout in
Ann Arbor for spring semester. $20
reward for information leading to
occupancy of double room. Call Ypsi,
9224, call 12. )52
TAILORING and SEWING
SEWING: Alterations on formals and
other garments. Miss Livingston, 315
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FOR SALE
ARMY-NAVY Surplus Goods-Many
items. Come in and look around.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )14
FOR SALE: COAT, tan camel's hair,
fingertip length, about size 36. $20.
Call 9179. ask for Gail. )27
FOR SALE: J. L. Hudson bicycle, 6
months old, good condition. P one
2-5571, Sat., 12 to 5 p.m. or Mon., 5.
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ICEBOX, Hotplace, Vacuum Cleaner,
Iron, Electric Heater, Electric Train,
Track. L. S. Wirt, 3304 Platt Rd. )2
MOVIE CAMERA and Light Meter, Box-
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MAN'S SUIT size 38-39. Excellent con-
dition. Covert outgrown. Call 2-2349.
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TUXEDO. Double-breasted. Perfect
condition. Size: around 36. $22. Call
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Wednesday, January 8-Small
Reminder Book. Contains Bank Book.
Philip Snyder. Call 2-3241, Ext. 02. )10
LOST: Gold and black Sheaffer pencil.
Part of set. Lost in or near A. H.
Smoking Room. Sentimental value.
Reward. Return Daily, Main Desk. )8
LOST: Jeweled ATO Pin with pearls
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1947. Liberal reward for return. Call
Bill Maybury, 2-5571. )13
BUSINESS SERVICES
UNWANTED HAIR: Permanently re-
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Painless. Phone 6373. First National
Bldg. )24
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes for sale
Your bike can be expertly repaired
also. )56
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and rented. Pick-up and delivery.
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