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ucksters Meet Minnesota in Crucial Battle


Dozen Olympei NCA A Tourney Bid at Stake

Tonight's Card
(Continued from Page 1)
Jack Dianetti, one of the na-
tion's top middle distance men
who will be representing Mich-
igan State;I
Lorenzo Wright, Wayne Uni-
versity's one man track team who
has gone over 25 feet in the broad!
jump but who is also an excellent
hurdler and dash man;
Lloyd Duff of Ohio State who
will be on hand to uarticipate in
the Setathlon which is definitely
considered an Olympic tuneup;
(The Buckeye athlete is con-;
sidered the nation's number two}
man in the all-around event be-
ing runner-up in the national de-
cathlon last year);
And Herb Barten, Michigan's'
middle distance standout who es-
tablished himself as a leading
contender by his victory in the
Boston K of C. games and his
great anchor leg for the Michigan
two-mile relay team at the Mich-
igan State relays;
Others who will be pressing the
record books and who will be
bidding for Olympic berths in-
clude Michigan Normal's Garion
Campbell in the dashes, Bill Mi-
halo the Detroiter who holds
most of the records in the heel
and toe walk and Fred Johnson.
Michigan State's all around great.
The preliminaries in the dashes
and hurdles will be run off in
the afternoon while the field
events will get under way about

I A ichigan-Gopher Series
He '"t SS
Heyliger's Squad S eeks Eighth Straight Win;,
Maize and Blue at Full Strength for Game

Renewing one of the Midwest's
cldest and keenest puck rivalries,
Michigan's high flying hockey
:quad will attempt to run their
ocnsecutive victory string to eight
games when they face the Mine-
sota sextet tonight at 8:00 in the
The Golden Gophers, seeking;
revenge fordtwo drubbings suf-
fered earlier at the hands of the
Wolverines in Minneapolis, will
be making a last ditch attempt to
become the midwestern represen-
tative to the NCAA playoffs in
Colorado in March.
In the two games played so
far this season, the Michigan
pucksters downed the Gophers
3-2 and 5-1, following this up
with two wins over Michigan
Tech to give the Wolverines a
decided edge in the fight for
the playoff berth.
Michigan will be at full strength
for the weekend series, with coach
Vic Heyliger depending on his us-
ual line-up to defeat the Goph-
ers. Gordie McMillan, who had
performed the "hat trick" four
times this season including once
against Minnesota, Al Renfrew
and. Wally Gacek will make up
the Wolverine first line. This
trio has averaged three goals a
game and has netted well over
half of the team's tallies.
For the second line, Heyliger
will have V ally Grant, who re-
cently returned from service,

along with Ted Greer and Len
Brumm, while on thu third for-
ward wall, Bill Jacobson will
team up with Owen McArdle
and Sam Stedmami.
Connie Hill and Ross Smith will
be at their usual posts as starting
(lefensemen, with Clem Cossalter,
Dick Starrak and Herb Upton
available as vable replacements,
Jack McDonald will be in goal for
the Wolverines.
Minnesota mentor Doc Romnes,
heartened by two victories over
Michigan Tech last weekend, will
have a high scoring aggregation
()n hand for the two tilts.
For the first line, Romnes will
have high-scorer Roland DePaul
at center, flanked by Bob Bar-
ris and Bud Frick. Bob Fleming,
Jerry Lindegard and Bill Hodg-
ins will comprise the second for-
ward wall, with Bob Bonne,
Jerry. Remole and Don Forte as
th- third line.
With Alley injured, the burden
of defense falls on the shoulders
of Dick Roberts, Jack O'Brien and
Denis Bergman who performed
ably in the two earlier games.
Buck McEwen will be in goal.
Michigan's Jayvee basketball
team went down to a 45-33 de-
feat before the MSC reserves
last night. George Poretta led
the Wolverines with 10 points.

Strikers Boost
' 'Bowlgin
Loop Margin
The Strikers took a command-
ing lead on first place in the All-
Campus Bowling League Wednes-
day night as the other leading
teams had a rather bad night.
Strikers Look Good
The Strikers looked good in dis-
posing of the Turkeys 4 to 0. Fan-
cett, Reisig, and Bezverkov each.
turned in games of 200 or better'
to help the cause along.
Some over-average bowling plus
a spot of 65 pins a game helped
the Lawyers upset the Splits 3
to 1, and in the most astounding
event of the evening the Phi
Kappa Taus finally won a match
as they defeated the Engineers
3 to 1. Capt. Dan Hegyan turned
in the best series for the winners.
Wild Men in Tie
The Wild Men managed to
squeeze out a 2-2 split with the
Spares while the Shackers defeat-
ed the Gamma Deltas 3 to 1, and
the Dales did likewise to the


race. money in the bank when
The reasonIwasIakys gnln Mc~ntyre gets his
are Ot with Wiconsin for hands around the basket. He
first in the team scramble is; just leans over and dunks it in.
because Murray IVier, a o- Sometimes, on rebounds, his
pounder who stands 5 feet 9 arms go well above the hoop.
inches, peppers in points A1- Wier, spotting height to almost
most as profusely a -foot, 9- every man guarding him, is na-
inch Jim Meintyre of Minne- turally a different type scorer.
sota, the league s best scorer. A iery ball-hawk and dribbler.
McIntyre hs av1!ted 24 points he lts fly with one-handed shots
in seven conference gaes against from every angle and distance.


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22.4A byXvier in eight games,out
Minnesota's Gophers are limping
along in sixth place with a 3-4
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Wild Men. ...............39
Turkeys ............36
Lawyers .......... 31
Shackers ................30
Dales ....................28
Engineers ................22
Phi Kappa Taus.........12
Gamma Deltas ..........11

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Michigan-Pirdue Cage Clash
Seen as efensive Contest

B-wi_ ard.10 4

It will be a case of fighting fire
with fire when the Michigan cag-
ers entertain Purdue at Yost Field'
House Saturday night.
Coach Ozzie Cowles has nur-
tured the squad along all through
last season and halfway through
this campaign on the idea of a
sound defense and a well balanced
offense. Now, for the first time
this year, the Wolverines will be
facing a team that has placed
considerable stress on holding
down the opposition's score.
Know Ho'w To Shoot
According to Cowles, who saw
Purdue come from behind to edge
Minnesota mlast Monday, 53-51,
"They have a good young squad.
They know how to play defensive
ball and like all other Indiana
teams-they know how to shoot."
With rangy guards Andy Butch-
ka and Ralph Theissen, handcuf-
fing the Big Nine's top scorers,
Murray Weir and Jim McIntyre,
with a combined 18 points, Pur-
due will be no soft touch for Mich-
igan's offense.
Boilermakers Tall
The Boilermakers, being tu-
tored by Mel Taube, average ap-
proximately six-feet two inches,
and use their height to gain the
controlling interest in backboard
play. Only center Bill Butterfield,
a six-foot six-inch Evansville, In-
diana product, can match marks
on the kitchen wall with Michigan
center Bill Roberts.
But Butterfield remains a sec-
ond-stringer because the Purdue
offense doesn't revolve around a
tall pivot man. Cowles mentioned
that all the cagers down Lafayette
way are good floor shots for the
majority hail from Indiana, where
little boys are raised with basket-

balls as soon as they learn how to
Currently in fourth place, right
behind Michigan in Conference
standings, the Purdue cagers in-
tend to dose out their brand of
Wolverine medicine named 'de-
fense" to remain in the Big Nine
title race.

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