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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Cage Spoly-[IsVed la Sifleie CcStudy
By IH ySuee , I Wolverine Coach

By BE% 1USSEY
Basketball is not only a gan'-
its a scientific study to Cuah
Ozzie Cowles, the mai mainly ye-
sponsible for Michigan's lX)SitiOn
on top of the Big Nine bask t-
ball heap.
When the Wolverines come
up against the Gophers at Min-
neapolis tomorrow, they will
face the unenviable task of
stopping Minnesota's cagers,
who have been beaten but' onc
on, their home court in the past
two years by a Conference op-
ponent.
But any squad drilled by Cowles
is looked upon with great respect,
for he is considered one of the
keenest mentors in college ball.
When Cowles packed his bags

back l. sit am.itt to Ann Ar-
buy r i n w1 fa ll f '46, he left be-
ithul l mi i a tradi mark as Dart-
iiiuul th' caw %wizard."
By winning six Ivy League
crowns during his eight year
stay in Hanover, N.H., he be-
came a great favorite with the
townspeople. In his last year
as coach of the Indians, he led
the team to the Ivy League
title.
Even when Cowles first started
coaching at Dartmouth, his ap-
prentices soon learned that he
was a stickler for fundamentals
and defensive tactics. This sea-
son his ideas of how the game
should be played have paid off
in six Conference wins to date.
Prior to each clash, every

team is scouted thoroughly for
weaknesses, strong points, and
any peculiar individual traits.
As an example, when Wisconsin
was scouted early in the year, it
was noticed that Bob Cook seldom
took a lay-up shot after break-
ing into the left side of the bas-
ket. By studying this sort of in-
formation, Cowles can plan his
defense accordingly.
And does psychology enter
the picture at all? "Only to the
extent," Cowles said, "that the
boys must be sold on the type
of defense to be used."
According to the Michigan
coach, the man-to-man's most
important advantage is the in-
dividual's responsibility and pride
in preventing his man from scor-
ing.
Cold facts show that the Mich-
igan "wizard," with persistent tu-
toring, has developed a respon-
siblehgroup of players, who, in
their second year together, are
on the verge of giving Michigan
its first basketball champ onship
in almost two decades.
There are -a limited number
of tickets still available for the
hockey game Saturday night
when, the. Michigan skaters
plays host to Western Ontario.
The ducats will go on sale at
8:30 a.m. today, and it is em-
phasized that students bring
their LD. cards.

Wally Ris Sets
Pace for loiva
Tanuk Ira XSIOU
W~ill Appe at' here
T1u.ontorrow 1Lvenjin
Iowa's dangerous swimming
team, which fell to Ohio State last
week by only a handful of points,
invades Michigan tomorrow eve-
ning at the Intramural pool.
Highly-Touted
Pacing Iowa's attack, will be
Wally Ris, one of the greatest
free stylers of all time. He claims
five National AAU sprint cham-
pionships plus several major rec-
ords. Already this season he has
shattered Johnny Weismuller's
long standing record over 100
yards (long course) with a :51.9
effort.
However, Ris is not Iowa's lone
point-getter. Turning in good
times this year have been breast
strokers Dick Lake, holder of the
Iowa record at 200 yards (short
course), and freshman Larry Lar-
imore.
Can Cause Troubles
In the back stroke, Dick Maine,
former Big Nine champ and
Henry Henry Griesback, a first
year man, expect to give the Wol-
verines able competition. Ervin
Straub, who has been pushing Ris
to pool records all year long, will
be Iowa's mainstay in the sprint
events.
In the 440 free style, the Hawk-
eye entry will be veteran Dave
Hutinger. Diver Dave Brockway
will also bear watching.

Team With Breaks Can Win
hti Tigh Ohi)-MhhigittiGo

See TICE for SLACKS

Ral-1411("iff'ord Duel
4,C)Highlight ( onte t
If Ohio Si'' fleet-footed cin-
d(ernen intend to take the distinc-
tion of being thc "team to beat in
the Big Nine" back to Columbus
with them Saturday night, they're
going to have to duplicate their
best performance in every event
and have a little help from Dame
Fortune to boot.
According to Michigan's men-
tor, Ken Doherty, any dieparture
from form can spell defeat for
the Buckeyes and produce an
upset victory for the vastly-im-
proved Wolverines.
"It's going to be mighty close,"
said the veteran track mentor,
who is putting his squad through
its toughest workout for the duel
affair slated for Yost Field House
tomorrow night.
"On paper, the Buckeyes
must be considered the favorite,"
Who Will Take
Indiana Post?
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 19
-(P)-Indiana University needed
a new head football coach in a
hurry today after the professional
Detroit Lions announced they had
signed Alvin N. (Bo) McMillin,
contingent upon his release from
a 10-year contract at I.U.
-With spring football practice
coining up, Indiana was expected
to start an intensive search for
McMillin's successor. Everybody
on the campus had suggestions.
Possibilities gossiped about in-
cluded Paul Browi, now coach of
the Cleveland Browns in the All-
America League and former Ohio
State coach.
Others included Henry Franka
of Tulsa, Sid Gilman of Miami
and John Magnabosco, Ball State
College coach, former Indiana
fullback and one-time developer
of state high school champions
at Clinton.
There will be a Jayvee wres-
tling match with the Chicago
branch of the University of
Illinois at 3:30 p.m. this after-
noon at the Field House. There
will be no admission charged.

[lr favor can give u s enough
Jpoillkto t1)6W."
! (herty}as' seiatlly en tlusi-
astic about a po5sible duel be-
tween Michigan's Captain-elect
Herb Barton and Ohio's Bill Clif-
ford, the NCAA half-mile champ.
"They both are capable of do-
ing a 4:14 mile and I know it's
going to be a great race from the
spectator standpoint," he said.'
"It should be mighty close at the
finish and it will be the final
kick that will determine the out-
come."
Aside from the two distance
events, the Wolverine mentor
pointed out that the meet can be
decided in the dashes where all six
men competing are so closely-
matched that a foot may sepaiate
the first and last man.
In a situation such as this, a
matter of inches can determine
the outcome of the entire meet
and according to Ken Doherty it
is entirely possible that either
team may take all three top
places.
Ohio's Lloyd Duff will be en-
tered in four events, both hurdles
the broad jump and the pole vault.
The versatile Buckeye should have
things all his way in the hurdles
but Wolverine pole vaulter Ed
Ulvestad and broad jumper Bob
Fancett can cause Duff a lot of
trouble in the other two.
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After a competition debut that netted an assortment of gold,
silver, and bronze medals, the University ski club's five-man team
points its planks toward this week-end's InterCollegiate Four-Event
Invitational meet at Sugar Loaf Winter Sports Park.
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places in the slalom, a second in
downhill and cross-country-but
Cadillac in point standings be-
cause they lacked entrees in three
womens' events.
The collegiate meet this Sat-
urday and Sunday, sponsored by
the Michigan club and the Sugar
Loaf area near Traverse City, will
bring together most of the Mid-
west's top talent. Wisconsin, with.
a. team that placed third in the
National Invitational at Aspen,
C'olorado, is rated high, along with
Marquette, Michigan State, and
Michigan Tech.
Bill Healy and Mac Bosch, both
born on Oregon's snow-clad Mt.
Hood and ski troopers during the
war, are expected to provide points,
with Tom Forrestel, at one time
a member of the Middlebury Col-
lege (Vt.) team that won this sea-
son's Sun Valley Open, pressing
for honors.

the jumps, high positions in both
the Wolverines finished behind
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Applications for the Platoon
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Hillel Birthday Ball: All unsold
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Graduates:
Those who wish to take advan-
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