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Cowles Calls Crusaders Toughest Foes

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Coach Ozzie Cowles answered a
lot of questions regarding the
coming Holy Cross game that have
been bothering Wolverines cage
followers in an interview for the
Michigan Daily yesterday.
The Michigan mentor, first of
all, explained that he was satis-
field with the selection of Holy
Cross as the Wolverines first
round opponent in the NCAA east-
ern play-offs.
He stated that the Michigan
squad considered the Crusaders
the most formidable oppont to be
faced in the Madison Square Gar-
den games which get underway on
March 18th.
Cowles has a 2-1 record over the
Holy Cross squad having taken
three games from the Eastern team
when it was coached by "Moose"
Kraus, now cage mentor at Notre
Dame. His Dartmouth quintet,
which won seven eastern champi-
onships in eight years, dropped
their only start against the Cru-
saders under Cowles's direction to
a Julian Holy Cross squad.
Won't Predict Outcome
The Michigan mentor declined
to make any direct prediction as to
Tigers Maul
Red Hurlers
LAKELAND, Fla., March 11-
(P)--The Detroit Tigers sent 16
men to bat in a 12-run outburst
in the fifth inning as they mauled
the Cincinnati Reds 15 to 3 in an
exhibition game here today.
The American Leaguers put to-
gether eight hits, four walks and
two National League errors to get
the dozen runs across the plate.
Rookie outfielder John Groth
drove in three runs with a homer
and right fielder Vic Wertz knock-
ed in three more with a triple.
Bill Pierce, the second Tiger pit-
cher of the day, got credit for the
win. Henry Perkowski, the Reds'
second pitcher, was the principal
victim of the Tiger scoring spree
W. Kentucky 68, LaSalle 61
St. Louis 69, Bowling Green 53
(Madison Square Garden Invi-
tational Tournament)

the outcome of the Wolverine's
first appearance in an NCAA play-
off, but stated that he felt Michi-
gan could win the game if they
turned in a performance equal to
those of the road games against
Purdue, Illinois and Minnesota.
The Wolverines are treating the
Holy Cross game as another road
contest although it is supposedly,
played on the neutral Madison
Square Garden count. Thiis i:
based on the fact that the Cru-
saders have had the opportunity
to play many of their regular sea-
son games on the Garden floor.
Garden Court Shorter
When asked whether he thought
that the high scoring games
played in the East would be a dis-
advantage to the Michigan squad
"which is used to Western Confer-
ence games in which the winning
team seldom achieves more than
65 points as compared to the 85
or more points that are not infre-
quent in Eastern games, Cowles
pointed out that the floor of the
Madison Square Garden court is
ten feet less in length than the
one at Yost Field House and there-
fore teams playing on it have an
increased chance to shoot which
boosts their scores. He believed
that Michigan would take advan-
tage of this shorter court and
would not be out-scored by an
eastern club on 'that factor.
The next question tossed in the
direction of the Wolverine coach
concerned what type of defense
would be used to stop the Crusa-
der's scoring attack which has
frequently gone above the 70 point
total. Cowles replied that the
Michigan team would tenatively
start the game with a man-to-man
defense which would be subject to
change as the game progressed.
Hopes for Rule Change
Another question which has
been asked on many occasions was
whether the Western Conference
ruling allowing teams to talk to
their coaches during time outs,
would be in effect at the NCAA
games. Cowles expressed his de-
sire to have the NCAA officials
permit this since the Big Nine had
been selected as the conference to
give the ruling its national tryout.
As the tournament rules now
stand Michigan, or and other team
in the play-offs, would not be al-
lowed these time-out conferences
with their coach.

Coach Cowles was not concerned
over the fact that the Wolverines S t , 1iehy
might be at a disadvantage in the Bill Snn i0, Srl pr
Garden which has no ban on spec-
tator smoking and has been pi- Speei to The D ily)
tured as a place where the scene IOWA CITY. Ia., March 11
of action was under the cover of a Matt Mann III got Michig
virtual blue blanket of smoke. swimming team off on the i
He stated from his previous foot tonight as he won the 1
games at the Gardens, that the meter race, the first event in
arena has au excellent air condi- 1948 Big Nine tank meet.
tioning system which is capable of Mann covered theydistane
keeping the air clear at all times 20 17.5, setting a new West
and he felt that there would be 2o:fr.n, ecord f te lol
no more of a handicap in this re- Conference record for the lon
spect than if the game were being yard pool. Bill Heusner of No
played at Yost Field House where western 1500-meter Big Nine
the fans are required to observe a Hest in 1947, finished secon
strictly enfen ed no smoking reg- seconds behind Mann, with
ilation. Smith of Ohio State, a sur
Selection of Officials entrant in the event, fini:s
The final question asked the third in 20:38.1.
Michigan cage coach dealt with Tale Fourth, Fifth
the method of selecting officials IThe Wolverines took the
for the NCAA games. two places, with Gus Stager g
Coach Cowles explained that ing the fourth slot in 20:42.4
four officials are selected from the Johnny McCarthy winding
districts represented in the play- fifth in 21:05.7. Their open
offs and that no officials from the night's work was \ rh
participating school judge a con- points, for the Maize andf
test in which these teams play. tankmen, with Northwe;t:-rn
Thus the officials for the Michi- ting four points and Ohio S
gan-Holy Cross game will come three.
from the Southern and New York The race was worked in
districts and the Columbia-Ken- heats, with the winner being
tucky game will be officiated by termined oin the basis of time
men from Michigan's district and of the first four place- win
Holy Cross's district, were entered in the second het
Gophe----rs, I -i-, Teams -
As Gymnasts Battldefr
(EDITOI'S NOTE: This is the last of
a series of articles about the Michi- t wi hae (a be a is b
gan Gymnastics team and the Big in order to cael w- 'he iru
Nine Conference Championship Meet from the highly-touted Min
being held this week-end.) sotans.
By DAVE MILLER ' The addition of the inpo
Michigan's Gymnastics team, in to the agenda may prove a ha
its first season of competition af- one for Michigan. A sweepo
ter a prolonged lay-off of four- few of the first places in this ev
teen years, will attempt the al- would give the Wolverines a
most impossible feat of wresting point bulge.
the Big Nine title from under the Michigan superiority in
talented noses of Minnesota and trampoline has beon demonstra
Illinois when the Conference during the regplir ',oason by
squads vie for honors Saturday captain Tom Tillman andI
at Chicago's Navy Pier. Schoendube. and at present,
According to Wolverine Coach men are battling for posi ions
Newt Loken, the Gophers, de- the three-man contingent w
fending champs, will be the club will represent the Maize and E
to beat. The Wolverine squad in this division.
has shown considerable promise In the new Olympic A

tators Launch
ferenee Title
Grab Fourth and Fifth;
ise OSU Entry, Is Third
1 .
an s
the .
e in
g 50 ;
e ti-
d 10
1prise .
Thing i
and - _.
up datt Mann... Proud Papa
Bine McCarthy and Jay Sanford were
get- he Wolverine entrants in the first
sate, heat of the event, with McCar-
iy winnig and Sanford second.
t \ San t a's ine was 21:26.6, but
.- li il trt eoi placing him among
sl the ust fire.
n Surise Entry
T e (nry of Smith of Ohio
.ate was a dii;tinct surprise and
a' the Buckeyes points where
they ordinarily would not have
oden them. However, the Big
4de rule that prohibits a swim-
ner from participating in more
titan t re events will keep Smith
e cut fc the 400-yard frec style re-
wn lay and hurt Ohio's chances in
re- that event.

Aim at Tech
Relay Crown
Saturday will be a clay of re-
demption for the Michigan track

Sets SiIihts on NCAA Crown
I (FJri-f)B'SNOT: This is the first
i a series of articEes about Michigan's Gordie MMillan. who
ho. to iitam and ime forthcoming tie scorers in the Past thrc
ournament in Colorado will carry the heaviest log
j .,ri7 g'i) he has borne the brunt of
13y B. S. BROWN gans scoring attack this y

Aas led
ee years,
fad since
f Michi-
ear with
ints and



For the second time in as many The greatest edition of Michi-
gan's hockey teams will move
weeks the Wolverines will get a Iwestward next Wednesday with
,rack at the Midwest's top thin- the coveted national hockey title
"-ds-this time it will be at the its ultimate objective.
Illinois Tech Relays at Chicago. Losing only two games, one of
which was avenged on the fol-
With entries from most of the lowing night, Vic Heyliger's vet-
Big Nine schools as well as No- eran skaters swept through their
're Dame and Missouri, the 21-game season in whirlwind',
Maiz and Blue cindermen will fashion.
"e keyed to peak performance North Dakota inflicted the first
in an attempt to gain team as loss on the Wolverine sextet, 6-5,
7vell as individual laurals. and then fell before the high-
With double points going in the powered Maize and Blue attack on
relays it appears very possible the following night, 5-2.
hat the Wolverines could come Eight Game Streak
aut atop the heap. Heyliger's lads turned on the
ut atp theheap.steam after thleir first defeat and
Coming back for a second try proceeded to rack up an eight-
will be Michigan's mile relay team game winning streak. the longest
which was the victim of an un- of the 1947-48 campaign.
fortunate accident last wek at Minnesota's Gophers came to
Champaign. Ann Arbor one month later with
The quartet has been cloaked ati revenge tit ir motive. Michigan
the fastestt tim oi c-eIi ountr hA trounced the Northm n l on
this season and wn b lvor,_ed to two occasions earlier in the s-ea--
pick up where they left off on the n and the Golden boys were out
second hap Li-,, 'ie : to: salvage pairt of the four-game
series and erhaps enhance their
Ed lve L.: il b :i ttmtiIt - u lsaices for a crack at the NC AA
ing to maoee up or his disap- y bid.
pointing pcrfor~xanee of last lid Clinched
week when he faiied to char 13 On the first night Michigan
feet after d.ing it consistently walloped the Gophers, 6-2, all but
all year. mathematically clinching the Col-
It is pruoble butiot certain ora.do Springs jaunt.
tat Hsrb Bart(. a. ut hot r all The following night, Minnesota
that Heib Barten gil anchor all fought back id came up with
three of Michig n's reliy teams. their on l 14-8 win ve the
His final kick caiiake thlie dif- Ann Arbor puckmen, winning5-
ference if any of the events go 4 in overtime
down to the tape'. Michigan' eilviablci record was
Wisconsin'sU Dn Gehirman who the best in the 27 year history of
was outsprinted ho Barton in both the ice sport and brought Vic
the mile and the half will be Heyliiet f(U'-eer record to 51'
shooting at the Michigan ace wilS against 22 losses.
again since he will be running an- Superior Flay
chor on the Badgers' sprint medley The former Wolverine star, who
relay quartet. took over the mentor's job in 1944,
Val Johnson, whose beautiful will be banking heavily on his first
quarter last week established him and second lines at Colorado to
as a definite Olympic possibility, come through with the superior
may run the open 440 as .vell as a brand of play that they have ex-
couple of the relays. hibited all year.


Although Heyliger's original line
of McMillan, Wally Gacek and
Al Renfrew was. in his own words.
"the best I have ever seen in col-
legiate hockey," the Michigan
mentor's newly formed units work-
ed out to give him a greater scor-
ing punch in both lines.
Gacek Switched
Gacek was switched to the sec-
ond line center position and is
flanked by Ted Greer and Wally
Grant. This offensive trio is prob-
ably the fastest skating unit ever
seen at Michigan.
Bill Jacobson moved up from
his third line center spot to fill
the vacancy left by Gacek.
Though Heyliger considers the
offensive lines ready for action,
he feels that the defense must be
improved when the Colorado play-
offs begin.
Emphasizing the high-geared
scoring attack of the nation's best
hockey aggregations, he has had
Ross Smith, Captain Connie Hill
an1 Dick SL iilak we rking on de-
fensive plflys in the practice ses-
sbuns this week.
Smith Injured
Smith sutfered a knee injury
in the last game of the season, but
has been taking treatments and
is expected to be ready for action
in Colorado.
'Jack McDonatl, who needed 12
stitches in his upper lip after be-
ing hit by a Michigan Tech skate
in the final game o the year, will
tend the nets for Michigan and
Paul Milanowski will be taken
along as a spare net-minder.
(Tomorrow, Boston College)

kip record-ireaking 59 po
his five hat, tricks;.

of a
is in

Fi wmore events are scheduled
for tomorrow night, the second of
the three night meet. Prelimina-
ries for the 50-yard free style, the
150-yard back stroke, the 220-yard
free style, low board diving and
the 300-yard medley relay are
scheduled for the afternoon, with
the finals being run off tomorrow

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Around event Bob Willoughby
and Dick Fashbaug-h will have
their hands full trying to out-
do Minnesota's ace, Jim Peter-
son, and Illinois captain, 1red
Zinzi, Illinois' ace-in-the-hole,
has .progressed quite rapidly, and
is considered by many experts the
man to dethrone Peterson as Co-
ference king of the side horse.
That man Peterson again nops
up as the top performer on the
flying rings. However, the Go-
p'ler star will be seriousl , chal-
lenged by Dick Fashbaugu of
A tinge of friendly family rival-
ry will be injected into the para')eIl
bars event with the appearance
of Herb Loken, brother of Michi-
gan's coach. Herb will attempt to
unseat his teammate, defending
Conference champion Don Heds-'

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