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THE ICHIGAN DAILY ' 3 1h1w1iA EC4i.

Michigan Tank
Stars Triumph
In AAU Relays,
DL-rROIT, Feb. 18 - (A') -
Swimmers from the University of
Michigan won both men's events
for Michigan AAU Championships
at the Women's City Club Relays
tonight.
Michigan's Tom Coates, Matt
Mann III, Jay hSanford and Bill
Kogan won the 400-yard free
style relay in 3:44.7, good time
for a slow pool.
Matt Mann III took the 220-
yard free style, making it in
2:14.6. Abel Gilbert, former Mich-
igan State star, was .second.
In the 400 a fast University of
Detroit quartet was only a length
behind the Wolverines with Mich-
igan State's freshman team in
third place.
The rest of the events were
women's and boys affairs.

Traeksters To Face Stiff' Ba-ttle.
Against Ohio State On Sa tirday,

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With three new Field House
records already under their belt
Midigan's rapidly improving
track squad was preparing in ear -
nest yesterday for Saturday
night's dual meet with ighly-
touted Ohio State.
This week end's affair in the
State Street arena promises to be
the most hotly contested of the
indoor season since the Buckeyes
are the current choice for the Big
Niue Ucrown.I
Michigan Ifas Power
The Wolverines' highly suc-
cessful performance in Friday
night's Relays is an indication
that the Michigan cindermen are
prepared to give the speedsters
from Columbus a concerted ar-

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guminni for the coveted cham-
pion ;hip.
In facing such formidable per-
formers as Lloyd Duff, a corn-
bination hurdler, broad jumper
and pole vaulter, and national
half-mile champion, Bill Clifford,
Coach Ken Doherty's cindermen
will have to repeat their perform-
ance of last week in order to
amass enough points to win.
Charles Fonvillle assured Ann
Arbriesand the rest of the na-
tio that h. 1is new world's indoor
uiar k f a; o fluke. His 56 feet 6
inceh to,-.sv;was only one half inch
short of is~ record which he had
set the previous week .
The Wolverine ace now seems
almost assured of an Olympic
spot.
Relay Quartets Shine
The performance of the one and
two mile relay quintets were a
source of great pleasure to coach
Doherty. In both events the Wol-
Indians Called
Teamf o Bet
InIePlayoffs
Comparative scor es don't mean
match, but the two games that
the Michigan hockey team played
with California earlier this week
may prove a guide to what is
likely to happen come next month
when and if the Wolverines jour-
neys to Colorado to take part in
the first annual NCAA playoffs.
California Played Colorado
Besides playing Michigan on
their eastern trip, the Bears had
games with Colorado College and
Dartmouth, both of whom have
clinched positions in the play-
offs.
The Bears dropped a pair of
games to the Tigers of Colorado,
6-5 and 12-4 and fell before the
powerhouse of Dartmouth 13-4.
Although both Dartmouth and
Michigan defeated California by
an identical margin of nine goals,
several Bear players termed the
Indians the best team that they
had played so far and said that
they were the t earn to beat in the
playoffs.
Cardiff Acclaims Tigers
In commenting on Colorado's
team, first line California wing-
man Cy Cardiff stated that the
Tigers were almost on a par with
Dartmouth and that they were
practically impossible to beat on
their home ice.
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. lc,tt ~ vel ,4rE C E'," s s'9 turda .Ly
verines indicated that they must
be considered tops from coast to
coast.
No track team has yet been able
to duplicate the 7:47.7 recorded
in the twro-mile event or the 3:19.1
clocking in the mile relay.

Mirii:ancae fnsare 1now
uOO\ irdtht, tMack Supruno-
xxi / indr 165-pound lWol-
ni- orart asrega'ined the
'K. islrathatt placed him ififth
Or tg h (?'fereeC' scorerlaIst
"0i to1a lcw start this year. Su-
? :xwxit .,now ranks tenth in the
ni-n-nt i ie individuail scar-
lii the Wolr 'ine S' latest Sue-
s 5,i ;-5 oqetof 11di-
ti:tittda: evening, the sopho-
4i. ia ae rom Schenectady,
; dd everrrytthingbilt eat the
0 -1 o~all Hepoued n asea-
"oiingh' A poinits to help vault
hr.it ar":t"' tofirs't place inl the
1ig~ Ninetitlechse
I ( an see ow.,they're going to
toji Mac, elaimed Bob Har-
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earned him the eighth slot in the
individual race with 105 points.
Suprunowicz, who closed his
brilliant freshman campaign here
with a 25-point performance
against Ohio State, fell into a
shooting shlmp early thi.s year fol-
lowing- a hiead injiury receiv~ed in
the Western Michig-an game..
ltd scored only seven points in
the "igi Nine opener with Min-
nesota, but all his tallies came
in the second half as the Wol-
verines edged the Gophers, 43-
41, at home.
The- Wolverine ace paced all
with '17 points last Saturday night
against. Purdue, and continued his
torrid "high-play at the expense of
the Hurrying Hoosiers Monday. He
hopes to pour in even more bas-
kets against Minnesota at Min-
neapolis Saturday.

Meets on_ fo.a i .

By DICK HURST
There's something about a
swimming meet conducted by
Matt Mann that has all other
sports licked hollow.
That's the informality with
which it is carried out, the humor
and sportsmanship that tpervades
the whole shebang.
Matt Mann is more than just
a coach at a home meet; he's a
terrific emcee. From the mo-
ment he says, "Ladies and gen-
tlemen, today ... until he
ceoncludes with "I want to thank
you all for comning" ie acts ini
his capacity as emcee, coach,
advisor, commentator, ann ouncw-
er, and host.
His duties a.s erucee('i21(l oin - i
troducing the visitl ig,;cuwh i idc
swimmers plus his ow n ii as
only Matt Mann can do. sal
his flattering introductions i:;tesbett unbu ~r ic
rious shades of red. i.; p si-
tation of Bob Papeng.uthc, Prl
coach, was a couple of minutes: of
oratory on the abilities on7his
Purdue rival, his record as a Mmd-
igan swimmer a number of yea-rs;
ago followed by a friendly rebut-"
tle by Papenguth that got the
meet off to a flying start.
During the meet he, of course.
directs the activities o1f hisow
swimmers, but he frequently gx~
advice to the opposing swimmers.

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