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SATURDAY, F BEUARYr 28, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan, MSC Track Meet Ends in 57-57 1

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Gym Squads

Face Action Out-of-State

. :csetbalI1 Thinclads Win
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rison, the team's top-man with
125 points in 10 games, and
Pete Elliott at guards; Mack Su- By BUD WEIDENTIIAL
prunowicz, three tallies behind Michigan and Michigan Statej
Harrison in the "hit" parade, ran to a 57-all tie in a thrilling
and Don McIntosh, the squad's duel track meet last night at Yost
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Three Wolverine squads will be
"bearding the lion in its den," as
the swimmers and wrestlers see
action against the Ohio State
forces in Columbus, and the gym-
nastics squad takes on Wisconsin
and the University of Chicago in
the windy city tonight.
OSU, NCAA and AAU pool
champs, are a tough puzzle, but
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Coach Matt Mann thinks he has
the solution-depending on the
outcome of a number of "ifs."
If Sohl, Upthegrove, and Ein-
binder can sweep the breast
stroke, if Art Johnson can help
Holiday in the back stroke, if
Gil Evans can break up OSU's
diving dynasty, and if the 400
yard relay team can take its
event, the Wolverines should
win going away.
That is, of course, if the rest
of the Michigan natators turn
in the performances that Mann is
calculating. Weinberg, Kogen,
Tittle, and Coates will really have
to move in the free style events
to win their points.
Captain Holiday will have to
be at his best to conquer Bob
deGroot, his most dangerous
backstroke rival in the Big Nine,
and the Stager-Mann duo will
really have their hands full
when they face Bill Smith, Mr.
Swim himself.
The Buckeyes have lost Jim
Counsilman and Jack Hill, two
prolific scorers, from last year's
championship squad, but Coach
Mike Peppe doesn't plan to let
the Wolverines kick any 'water in
his face because of that.
Miller Anderson and Bruce
Harlan who picked up every
diving crown. offered last year
are prepared to meet the chal-
lenge from Evans and Ralph
Thmhorn.
In the final analysis, it's going
to be close with the Buckeyes
wanting their 20th straight win
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THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY!
Send us up to six "wearable" Ties
you'd like to trade (excluding serv-
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as much as the Wolverines are
seeking an upset.
THE LAST WRESTLING
MATCH prior to the Conference
meet next weekend in Champaign,
Illinois, will find the Buckeyes and
the Wolverines in similar circum-
stances.
Both teams sport victories over
Northwestern and Minnesota and
defeats by Indiana and Michigan
State, the latter berg in non-
conference competition.
Ohio State Coach Casey Fred-
ericks, former Purdue wrestler,
has six lettermen bearing the
brunt of the battle. Holdovers
include the Payne brothers,
Richard in the new 115 pound
division and William in the 121
pound class; Bob Dieli, 128
pounds; David Ewart, 136
pounds; Warrer Jones, 145
pounds; and Carl Abell in the
heavyweight division.
The remainder of the OSU line-
up includes Milt Klein, in the 155
pound division; John Summa, who
has the distinction of being the
oldest man on the squad at 27,
in the 165 pound class'; and Roy
Oakley and Dave Perelman,dchief
contenders for the 175 pound spot.
The sustained loss of Dan
Dworsky, star performer in the
heavyweight class, continues to
weaken the Michigan offensive
as Coach Keen plans on using
his past line-ups.
Holding a percentage wise ad-
vantage over Wisconsin, COACH
NEWT LOKEN'S GYMNASTS are
stalking their toughest competi-
tion in the University of Chi-
cago's Maroons.
Possessing the most ably
manned squad in the Big Nine,
with the possible exception of
Minnesota, the Chicagoans rep-
resent a dangerous factor in
the Wolverine scheme of things.
In the Maroons' last outing they
laced Hartley Price's mighty Illini,
who in turn swung into Ann Ar-
bor and thumped Michigan.
This will be the last regularly
scheduled meet of the season for
the Wolverines. A victory over
Chicago would greatly increase
Michigan prestige for the Big
Nine championships, to be held at
Navy Pier in Chicago, March 13.
Newhouser Signs
DETROIT, Feb. 27-(IP)--Pitch-
er Hal Newhouser signed his 1948
Detroit Tigers contract this after-
noon for a salary estimated
around $50,000.

third high point-maker with 107
markers, at forward spots.
If Coach Cowles decides to em-
ploy a zone against the Buckeyes,
Boyd McCaslin will start instead
of McIntosh.
Bill Mikulich, valuable Wolver-
ine reserve forward, who has been
bothered by a recent chest cold,
will probably be ready for duty to-
night.
The Wolverines, unbeaten at
home since Feb. 10, 1947, defeated
the Buckeyes twice last year by
scores of 66-62 (at Columbus) and
56-53 here. Basketball rivalry be-
tween these two schools dates,
back to 1909 when the Columbus
cagers notched a pair of triumphs.

Joe Hayden, running anchor for
the Michigan Mile relay team
crossed the finished line 20 yards
ahead of Michigan State's Frank
Collins to produce the third tie
ever recorded in the 55 year his-
tory of Intercollegiate track in
Ann Arbor.
Ties Race
Only . twice before, in 18961
against Chicago and again in 1917
against Syracuse have Wolverine
meets ended with an event count.
Herb Barten was the big gun for
the Maize and Blue winning both
the mile and the half mile over
Spartan ace Jack Dianetti.
The Wolverine captain won

MICHIGAN

JUST KIDITZING
By DICK KRAUS
Daily Sports Editor
T1HE TICKET distribution riot yesterday morning was a lamentable
thing, but if -t serves to put the lid on any future preferential
basketball ticket schimes it may prove a good thing.
The plan, frmularled by the Varsity Committee of the Student
Legislature, was: u'ip(sed to make things easier for the student body.
It aimed at doirit away with the huge pre-game crowds that have
been packing the Y st Field House entrances before the important
games.
At the same time it tried to give the greatest number of stu-
dents the oppo-tun. y to see the games. But the humber of avail-
able seats remain the same wvhether they are filled by students
holding pr ferential tickets or by those who arrive early.
THE PRESENT PLAN assures a student of getting into the stadium
if he has procured a ticket in advance, but it does not assure him
of getting a good seat. He still has to get to the Field House early to
make sure of that. In the two games played since the plan was adopt-
ed, the Field House has been filled as early as before. By seven o'clock
against Purdue all of the choice seats were occupied. They were taken
even earlier for the Indiana game.
So the real basketball enthusiast sweats out two lines for his
seat. He takes no chance of missing out on a preferntial ticket,
so he gets io University Hall early enough to make sure. Then he
has to get to the ball game as early as six-thirty or six-forty-five
to get a ds,, ent seat.
ACCORDING to Don Weir, University ticket manager, the "first
come, first serve" system had been working out effectively all
year. The PMinnesota game, the season's first sell-out naturally pro-
duced a little difficulty. There were huge crowds cluttering up the en-
trances, and there weren't enough seats to go around. But the preferen-
tial system couldr't have remedied that situation.
The only panacea for the basketball situation is a bigger Fild
House, but until we get one there is no better way to handle the
problem than to seat those that arrive first. The system has worked
far better than any ether and changing it is like benching a .400
hitter bec ause he isn't batting 1.000.

iMile Relay
for Michigan
easily in the mile grind in 4:19.9
but was pushed to the limit in the
880 with the MSC ace right on his
tail at the final tape. He stopped
the clock in 1:55.9.
Johnson Wins 440
Val Johnson running one of the
finest races of his career ran away
from his opposition to win the 440
by 10 yards in the phenominal
time of 49.4 seconds.
Charlie Fonville, the Michigan
shot put great tossed the 16 pound
sphere a mere 55 feet 10 inches,
enough to win his specialty easily
by over seven feet.
Dendrinos Improved
Pete Dendrinos, the Wolverines'
number two man in the shot,
turned in his best performance
taking a second with a 48 foot 7
inch heave.
Tom Dolan and Bob Harris,
Maize and Blue high jump twins,
tied for the top spot by leaping 6
feet 14 inches. State's George Os-
born and George Shomin tied for
third.
Fred Johnson was the biggest
point gatherer for the Spartans.
He ran second in both the 60 yard
dash and the 65 yard low hurdles
and took time out to break the
meet record in winning the broad
jump with a leap of 24 feet 5
inches, seven inches better than
the old standard.
MSC Hot on Hurdles
MSC completely dominated both
hurdle events with Horace Smith,
great 4partan timber topper,
breaking the tape in front on both
occasions.
Smith's winning times were 8-1
in the highs and 7.4 seconds in the
lows.
Ed Ulvestad-Michigan's rapid-
ly improving pole vaulter, rounded
out this list of Wolverine winners
with a fine leap of 13 feet 2 inches.
He won easily over Spartan Mayo
Arndt who couldn't do better than
twelve-eleven.
Val Johnson, Bill Sergeson,
George Shepherd and Joe Hayden
teamed up for the Wolverines to
win in 3.22.4.
... Hockey
(Continued from Page 1)
pass from Wally Gacek and shot
it to Wally Grant five feet in front
of the Tiger net, and Grant slipped
the puck by Ikola at 14:50 to tie
the count.
A Grant to Gacek pass at 11:05
of the final frame was turned into
what proved to be the winning
tally, and Al Renfrew, who re-
placed Greer on the second line,
clinched the Wolverine triumph
with an unassisted five-footer at
19:47.

Valpe Picks
'1'Assistants
Jordani, Nelson
Get Harvard Jobs
College football's newest bigtime
coach, Art Valpey of Harvard,
leaves Wednesday to set up foot-
ball housekeeping at Cambridge,
Mass., with his all-Michigan as-
sistant duo, Davy Nelson, back-
field coach, and Forrest "Butch"
Jordan, line mentor, scheduled to
join him shortly.
While not revealing the terms of
his contract, Valpey announced
that it was a three-year pact with
terms that were "mutually satis-
factory."
His newly approved assistants
are both Crisler products. Nelson,
a pint-sized wing back, has been
phenomenally successful at Hills-
dale College where he has lost only
one game in his two year tenure.
Jordon, assistant line coach _at
Michigan, played under both Har-
ry Kipke and Crisler, serving the
Wolverines in 1937-'38, and '39.

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JY's Face OSU
At 2 P.M. Today
Michigan-Ohio State basket-
ball feudin' will get underway
on a small scale when the jay-
vee squads meet at 2 p.m. to-
day in Yost Field House.
Although Coach Bert Kat-
zenmeyer expects a rugged sea-
son's finale for his cagers, they
will be reinforced by six-foot-
three forward, Dick Rifenburg,
who w-as an All-Stat~e high
school star. The other starting
forward will be Bud Royce,
with George Poretta at center,
while Al Topping and Bump
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