THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DOHERTY'S DIL EM
[iehigan Mat men Defeat Nortliwestern Two Positior
'Vacation' Faces Wolverine
reams with 13 Events'
Vhile most Michigan students 1 ders, as the case may be. The
I be enjoying a supposedly well- circuit ends, as it begins, with a
ned vacation between ,emes- basketball game, this time in Ann
s, the Wolverine athletic teams Arbor.
have no sucn pleasant prospect in
There are thirteen scheduled
dates for assorted games and
meets during the post-exam per-
iod from Jan. 31 to Feb. 10, the
first day of the new semester. The
basketball, hockey, swimming,
track, and wrestling squads all
will see action.
The Maize and Blue basketball
quintet begin- the holiday circuit
on Friday, Jen. 31, with a cage
battle against Toledo University
at Toledo, and on the following
day the other four sports swing
into the picture. The hockey and
track squads have evening en-
gagements here, while the wrest-
ling and swimming teams both
travel to Purdue.
Sandwiched in between this
Feb. 1 and the following Saturday
are basketball and swimming con-
tests, both away. And then on
Feb. 8, just before the semester
starts, all five teams will take to
the floor, ice, mats, water, or cin-,
Coach Ozzie Cowles' quintet has
a total of four games, three of
them Conference battles. After
theirToledo encounter, they move
to Bloomington on Feb. 3 for a
game with Indiana. On Satur-
day, Feb. 8, Ohio State, the de-
fending champions, come here,
followed by Wisconsin, the cur-
rent league leaders, on Feb. 10.
The hockey squad has two games
on tap on each of the two Satur-
days. On Feb. 1, the Brantford
Hockey Club will visit Ann Arbor
and on Feb. 8, McMaster U. will
also pay their respects.
Coach Cliff Keen's wrestlers
also have two meets scheduled, but
both are away from home. On
Feb. 1 the grapplers travel to Pur-
due, and on Feb. 8 they come to
grips with Ohie State at Colum-
All three swimming meets are
also foreign engagements. On Feb.
1, Coach Matt Mann takes his
mermen to Purdue; on the fol-
lowing weekend he conducts them
on a mid-western jaunt, first to
Minesota on Feb. 6, and then to
Iowa on Feb. 8.
The Michigan A A U relays
scheduled for Yost Field Hous
Feb. 1, inaugaurtes Coach Kei
Doherty's ninth Michigan tracl
season. On the same evening,
two-mile relay team will run it
the Millrooe Games in New York
On Feb. 8, thi cinder squad goes
to East Lansing for the Michigar
Newhouser, Kell On
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 18 - (.T) -
Although the St. Louis Cardi-
nals subdued the Boston Red
Sox in the World Series, the
American League pennant win-
ners outplaced the world cham-
pions 5 to 2 on the 1946 All-
Star team announced today by
The Sporting News.
The team: Stanley Musial,
Cardinals, first base; Bobby
Doerr, Red Sox, second base;
Johnny Pesky, Red Sox, short-
Atap; George Kell, Detroit, third
base; Ted Williams and Doni
DiMaggio, Red Sox, and Enos
Slaughter, Cardinals, outfield-
ers; Aaron Robinson, Yankees,
catcher, and Hal Newhouser,
Tigers, Bob Feller, Cleveland,
and Dave Ferriss, Red Sox, pit-
CHICAGO, Jan. 18-- (/P -- The
'hicago Bears today signed Bob
enimore, fleet Oklahoma A & M
alfback, completing a local one-
wo punch in talent grabbing
ehich the National Football
,eague hopes may knock the rival
ll-America Conference out of
hicago and perhaps right out of
Owner-coach George Halas of
he National loop champion Bears
nnounced Fenimore's signing
wolverine Grapp lers
Chalk Up Three Falls
Big Nine Standings
By EV ELLIN
Following on the heels of the
Michigan-Purdue cage tilt, the
Wolverine wrestlers entered the
Field House spotlight and lost no
time in pinning the Northwestern
Wildcats, 24-10, in their Confer-
The Wolverine attack was high-
lighted by three falls scored by
Bob Betzig, Captain Bill Court-
right, and Hugh Mack. Jim Smith,
Phil Carlson, and Maurice Smith
added three points apiece to the
Michigan cause through decisions.
Michigan's up and coming 155-
pounder Bob Betzig turned in one
of the most colorful performances
of the evening. Betzig scored two
near falls in the first period and
came right back in the second to
pin Northwestern's John Coleman
in 1:44 flat. Coleman was stop-
ped cold in the final period when
Betzig pulled another fall.
'Corby' Fells His Man
Captain Bill Courtright's vic-
tory over the Wildcat's Bud Ivy
in the 165-pound clash was almost
a repeat of Betzig's match. "Cor-
ky" was master of the situation at
all times, pinning his opponent
in 1:11 of the second period and
returning in the third to flatten
him again in 1:12 and cop five
points for the Maize and Blue.
Wolverine Hugh Mack was the
only entrant to score a first-period
fall. Mack launched an aggressive
attack right from the start and
pinned Northwestern's Walter
Sherman in 2:39.
A newcomer to the Michigan
wrestling scene, Jim Smith, com-
peted for the Maize and Blue at
128-pounds and earned a timely
6-1 decision over his Wildcat ad-
versary, Henry Achmidt.
Smith iens Second
Maurice Smith scored his second
victory of the season in defeating
the NU 136-pounder Nyles Tay-
lor by. a 9-7 margin. Smith, a
colorful driving competitor, put
his win on ice with a one-minute
riding time advantage.
Phil Carlson appeared for the
Wolverines in the 145-pound bout
and won the decision over North-
western's Don Guier by the com-
fortable score of 7-4.
'Cats Score on Falls
Northwestern's points were
earned through falls in the 121
and heavyweight matches. Michi-
gan's flyweight, Byron Dean, was
forced under by his Wildcat ad-
versary, George Ralas, just a scant
two seconds before the final horn.
With the Wolverine victory in
the bag, Coach Cliff Keen put 175-
pounder Ward Peterson in for
heavyweight Dan Dworsky, who is
suffering from an arm injury,
and was slated to appear only in
an emergency. "Pete" was out-
weighed 30 pounds by Wildcat
Dick Eggers who forced him to
the mat in the second period.
W L Pts. OP Pct.
Wisconsin 3 0 186 169 1.000
MICHIGAN 3 1 191 163 .750
Indiana 3 1 224 203 .750
Illinois 2 2 195 169 .500
Iowa 2 2 249 223 .504
Minnesota 2 2 187 188 .500
Ohio State 2 3 230 276 .400
Purdue 0 2 89 128 .000
Northwestern 0 4 161 223 .000
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Ski Suits.. .
Extra Ski Pants
.Light and Heavyweight
GIRL to care for baby six mornings
a week while mother works. Box 25,
Michigan Daily. )27
STUDENTS for part-time work at soda
fountain. Swift's Drug Store, 340
South State, Phone 20534. )23
WANTED: 6 vaiters for Fri. evening,
Feb. 7. Call 20805. Ask for house
SACRIFICE: Tuxedo, 38 long, good con-
dition, $25. Vic, 7130 after 8 p.m. )60
BARGAIN: Brand new post-war Web-
ster automatic record changer. Light
weight pick-up. Call 2-1371. )4
MAN'S leather covered two-suiter bag,
$20.00; new two-burner electric plate,
$8.00. Call 345'. )3
FOR SALE: Pink net over taffeta for-
mal, size 12. Worn once. 1405 Sud-
bury, Willow Run. )12_
FOR SALE: Set of tails, size 36. Good
condition. Phone 2-1802 after 6:30
DIAMOND engagement ring, one-half
carat, at ,aving. Box 39. )15
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Eversharp maroon pen, Thurs-
day night. Rcward-Call Sally, 4489,
LOST: Eversharp pen, gold top, ma-
roon stem, in or near League or Li-
brary Jan. 14. $5.00 reward. Phone
2-1290, ask for Jewell. )50
LOST: Drawing set (O. E. Richter)
Thursday, Room 338, W. Engineering,
between 12-00 and 12:30. Call 2-4305.
FOR SALE: Tuxedo with dress shirt.
Also 2 wool overcoats and a lady's
brown wool coat. Call 2-1956. )11
WOMAN'S aqua belted coat. Size 16-18.
Fingertip length. Grey Persian tux-
edo and cuffs. Worn 6 times. Here's
a real bargain. Phone 2-4471, Room
ARMY-NAVY Surplus Goods-Many
items. Come in and look around.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )14
LOST: Man':, wedding ring in vicinity
of or on campus. Inscription, M.C.
L. to L.C.L. 9-7-46. Please call Lar-
ry, phone 2-3126. )53
RENT TOO HIGH? Exchange your 3
or more rooms where children are
allowed for 2-room furnished apt.
at $35.00. Call 2-2409. )19
- Wool and Poplin
Downhil I Pants
UNWANTED HAIR: Permanently re-
moved .Short Wave Method-Faster,
Painless. Phone 6373. First National
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes for sale
Your bike can be expertly repaired
also. ) 56
ELECTRO UX VACUUM CLEANERS
Sales - John Jadwin - Service
855 Tappan Phone 2-7412 or 2-2683 )41
TYPEWRITERS, OFFICE MACHINES,
cleaned, repaired. Work guaranteed.
Three-day service. Calculators sold
and rented. Pick-up and delivery.
Office Equipment Service Co., 111 S,
4th Ave., 2-1213. )26
TAILORING and SEWING
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES-Formals-
Remodeling-Alterations. "Bring your
sewing problems to us." Hildegarde
Shop, 116 E. Huron, 2-4669. )45
ALTERATIONS AND any kind of sew-
ing. Dresses, coats, formals. Ph.
PHOTOS TAKEN at the Paul Bunyan
Formal will be cn display by the For-
estry Club in Rooms 2039 and 2042,
Natural Science Bldg., January 20
through January 25, from 8-5 daily.
Shorty's Rcques Gallery. )28
LAUNDRY DONE Will call for and
deliver. Phone 25-9037.
TWO GIRLS want ride to and from
New York. Finals over 27th. Alice
FOR SALE: Tuxedo, size 38. W. B. WANTED: Seven waiters for J-Hop
Rist, 928 Church St., Phone 5157. )5 days. Call 4141, ask for Crawley. )13
THE BEST IN SPORTING GOODS
711 North University 907 South State
FOR SALE: Baby Buggy and Bathin-
ette .Good condition. Call at 1255
Malden Ct. ary time.
TRAIN TICKET to Boston. If inter-
ested, phone 7234. Ask for Phil )54
RADIO - RECORDIO, portable 1947
model, 30% discount. Cohin Trumpet,
newly reconditioned, $85.00. Write W.
H. Adams, 229 Oakwood, Ypsilanti.
CAR RIDE TO New York City (or vi-
cinity) after Saturday, January 25th.
Will share expenses. Morton Ross, E.
Quadrangle, 24591. )55
MEN STUDENTS interested in eating
at a fraternity on Washtenaw call
23160. /+A fC)51
HAVE A J-HOP TICKET for Friday
which I would like to trade for one
for Saturday. Calli. B. John, 8452. )2
WILL EXCHANGE desirable apartment
in Oakland, California for apartment
in Ann Arbor. Phone Wayne Puls,
BRING ALL OF THE BOOKS TO SLATER'S
THAT YOU NO LONGER NEED.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID IN TOWN.
We now have a Limited Supply of
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