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THlE MICHIGXAN- DAILY

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ichigan ucksters Defeat Minnesota Sext

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Wolverine Cagers To Face
Boilermaker Quint Tonight

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j ichigan's hot-and-cold quin-
tet, bidding for its first Big Nine
r cage crown since 1929, faces an old
nemesis--Purdue-at 7:30 p.m. to-
day at Yost Field House.
The battle, which will draw
another capacity -crowd here,
regarded as a defensive duel by
many sideline observers.
Third-place Michigan, boasting
the prize defensive team record in
the Conference, a 49-point aver-
age for six league contests, will
rely on its tight defense and its
"one-two" punch tonight against
an almost equally-adept defensive
unit.
Coach Ozzie Cowles, who wit-
nessed Purdue's 53-51 conquest
of Minnesota last week, has
tagged the Boilermakers as a
dangarous ball-club. Although
six-foot-six Bill Butterfield,
center, is Purdue's tallest per-
former, the Lafayette team
causes plenty of trouble off the
boards, Cowles said.
The visitors, a sophomore-jun-
Hockey tickets for Monday
and Tuesday's games with Cal-
ifornia are available now in
the Athletic Administration
Building. Student ID cards are
necessary.

ior squad, have snapped out of
their shooting slump against the
Gophers to take over fourth place
in the wide-open Big Nine chase
with a 4-3 record.
Purdue's chief offensive gun
is forward Dick Axness, who
ranks seventh in the Conference
with an average of 13.6 points
per game. In his team's eight
non-league tussles, he has been
as equally prolific.
Howard Williams will probably
team with Axness at the forward
slots, while Andy Butchko and
Ralph Theissen, a pair of rangy
guards, will start again.
The Wolverines, who have
also improved their floor attack
(they hit on 38 per cent of their
shots in last week's surprise win
over Illinois), will lead with
their regular line-up of Mack
Suprunewicz and Don McIntosh,
forwards; Capt. Bob Harrison
and Pete Elliott, guards; and
Bill Roberts, center.
Michigan stopped Purdue last
year, but the Boilermakers have
captured 23 of the 32 games be-
tween the two schools.
After tonight's battle, the Maize
and Blue will tangle Indiana at
Ann Arbor Monday night..

MCindermen
Topple Three
State Records
(Continued from Page 1)
isting Field House broad jump
by two inches.
The fleet-footed Spartan ex-
hibited his versatility by taking
a third in the 60 yard dash and
a second in the 65 yard low hur-
dIes.
In the 65 yard low hurdles Gar-
ion Campbell of nearby Michigan
Normal streaked to victory in a
record-equalling performance of
7.4 secands.
The sleek Ypsilanti speed de-
mon, who is a nationally-recog-
nized as a leading Olympic
prospect because tbs only double
winner of the evening by return-
ing to edge Big Nine champ Bill
Houden in the 60 yard dash in
7.3 seconds.
In the High Hurdles Horace
Smith of Michigan State edged
Nork Bader, former running mate
of Harrison Dillard at Baldwin-
Wallace in 8-1 seconds, one-tenth
of a second over the record.
Although he was never pressed
Bill Mack formerly of Drake Uni-
versity and now a Freshman at
Michigan State ran a good 4:18.7
mile winning by 70 yards.
In the Septathalon, which was
specially designed as an Olympic
tune-up, Ohio State's versatile
Lloyd Duff won four of the seven
events to amass 5123 points; good
enough to win easily.
His closest competitor was Eck
Koutonan performing unattached
but who is a freshman at Michi-
gan and a great prospect for next
year's team.
Wolverine Bob Harris partici-
pated in a three-way tie in the
high jump, sharing the honors
with teammate Tom Dolan and
Michigan Normal's Jim Brody.
The trio cleared the bar at 6 feet
1 inches.
Detroit's Bill Mahailo who holds
17 national records and is almost a
sure thing for the big affair in
London this summer "walked
away" with the one mile walk win-
ning by 30 yards in 7:22.6.I

Renfrew Paces Wolveriiie
Ice Attack with Four Goals
Greer, McMillan Also Add Tallies in Rout:
McDonald Stars in Net for Maize and Blue
By B. S. BROWN Thirty seconds later Minnesota
Friday the thirteenth may spell broke into the scoring column on
bad omens for the superstitious, a goal by left wing Bob Harris.
but Al Renfrew forgot the lore of The chunky linesman loosened the
old as he personally led Michi- puck from a scramble ten feet
gan's skaters to their third . out and sent it past McDonald.
straight mythical Big Nine title The assist went to Roland De-
last night at the Coliseum with Paul.
his four goals, as the Wolverines Renfrew waited one minute
toppled the Golden Gophers, 6-2. before he continued on his
The shifty wingman tallied merry scoring way. He teamed
a pair of goals in each of the up with Wally Gacek for the
first two stanzas to pave the next two goals at 5:45 and 8:47
way for Michigan's third vic- to put Michigan in the lead, 5-1.
tory over Minnesota in as many Both teams picked up a goal
starts this year. in the final period, Michigan's by
Shining in the one-sided tri-. Greer with the assist to Smith
umph, which brought the Maize and Minnesota's by Lindegard on
and Blue to within one point of a pass from Fleming.
clinching a berth in the NCAAI There were seven banishments
tournament to be held next in the game, five handed to Mich-
month, were defensemen, Connie igan players. The Wolverine de-
Hill, Ross Smith and Dick Star- fensemen shone during the min-
rak. utes that they were short-handed
Goalie Jack McDonald turned as they continually broke up de-
in one of the finest games of termined ru'shes by the visitors.
his career as he stopped shot
after shot tagged for sure
scores. He was credited with 29
saves for the evening.
Renfrew began his scoring spree
at 7:35 of the initial period when
he grabbed the puck at center 310 s. State St. Ph. 4314
ice, outskated the Gopher de-
fenders to the blue line, and "Under God's laws there is no
went in to score on a solo try. such thing as "luck." If you
His next goal, Michigan's want to be happy and prosperous
secod, as aso n unssited and successful, recognize God
second, was also an unassisted within you as your infinite re4
score. He hooked the disk on source. God's laws are unfailing,
a second rebound in front of unchanging, sure. Work in har-
the crease and sent it flying by money with them - they will
the Northman net-tender at always work for you."
14:27 of the first period.
Gordie McMillan, who with CLASSES: Tues. wed. 1:30
every point he scores breaks his CLASSES: wed. 2:30, 8:00 P.M.
own record of total points netted, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cameron
teamed up with Renfrew early in SUNDAY MORNING: 11 o'clock
the middle frame for Michigan's Marie Munro, M.A.
third goal.
Renfrew seemed slated for
his third unassisted goal as he
shot the puck into the far
corner, but Gopher goalie Aus-
tin stopped the disk with his ICHIGAN
outstretched hand. McMillan TODAY
followed hard on Renfrew's
heels and slammed the rebound
into the netting at 4:15. c" :

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Michigan's gymnastic squad,.
fresh from a lopsidedvictory over
Central Michigan, was subjected
to a strenuous final workout by
Coach Newt Loken yesterday in
preparation for the today's inva-
sion of'the University of Illinois'
NCAA Champions.
Loken, who had nothing but
p'raise for the club's perform-
ance against the Chippewas,
drilled the squad lengthily with
special emphasis on the high
bar and flying rings events, two
Illini specialties.
Coach Hartley Price of the Il-
lini brings one of the most for-
midable opponents in the nation
into cavernous Yost Field House
for the meet.
In competition this year, the
Orange and Blue have yet to
taste defeat, holding verdicts
over Purdue,. Nebraska, and
Michigan State. They face Chi-
cago in the Windy City Friday,
Feb'"ary13th, and then swing
into Ann Arbor for the meet
her'e.
Standouts on the Illini club
include Capt.Vito Zinzi, defend-
ing Big Nine side-horse cham-
pion and Johnny O'Heron, de-
fending conference longhorse
titleholder. The squad has also

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been strengthened recently with
the return of Joe Calvetti, letter-
man on the 1942 National Cham-
pionship outfit.
Mainstays of the Michigan
roster will be Dick Fashbaugh
and Hack Coplin on the high
bar, Dave Lake and Tommy
Tillman on the side-horse, Bob
Willoughby and Bob Schoen-
dube in tumbling, Jack Allred
on the p-bars, and Willoughby,
Schoendube and Loyal Jodar on
the trampoline.
This meet has been scheduled
as a combination. Three events
will be run off at 4 p.m. in the
Small Equipment Gym in the I-
M Building, immediately after
the Purdue-Michigan swimming
meet, and the meet will be con-
cluded at Yost Field house follow-
ing the Wolverine-Boilermaker
basketball contest.
Jayvee Quintet
Faces Hurons
If you ever wonder what hap-
pens to football players when
football season is over, you might
stroll down to the Field House
this afternoon at 2 o'clock and
watch Michigan's Jayvees take
on Michigan Normal.
Included among the players on
Bert Katzenmeyer's roster is a
good share of Michigan's back-
field, Bump Elliott, Tom 'Peter-
son, and Dick Kempthorn, and
representing last year's line are
Bob Holloway and John Erben.
There will be no charge to gain
admittance to the first basket-
ball game of today's twin bill.
Soundly trounced by the Mich-
igan State Jayvees earlier this
week the Wolverine hoopsters will
be out to get on the victory wagon
this afternoon.
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