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FRIDAY, DUCETWRER 17, 1-qIR

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By PRE S HOLME S
Michigan's hopes of retaining
the Conference. basketball crown
this season are being seriously
challenged by a 'hot Iowa squad
eager to take the title the Wol=
verines snatched from their grasp
in the final game of last season's
play.
Although the Hawkeyes have
lost the services of last year's
Conference scoring leader, Mur-
ray Wier, this season's squad has
already exploded for four over-
whelming victories over Omaha
U., Colorado College, Creighton,
and Ithaca.
* * *
AL WEISS and Glenn Dille, up
from the Hawkeye's freshmen
squad, have been the outstanding
performers so far this season.
Weiss, 6'4" center, leads the
squad in scoring with 38 points
and a neat -shot percentage of
.428.
Dille, the tallest man on the
squal at 6' 61", operates at
either center or forward, but
has been used mostly in the

latter position sice Weiss has
made such a favorable showing.
At the other forward slot is vet-
eran Don Hays, who worked at
center last year, but was moved to
the up front slot this season.
THE TWO GUARDS who have
been outstanding in these early
contests are Tom Parker and Bob
Schulz.
Although none of the players
on the squad has a high point
total, Weiss' average is 9.7 per
game, the team is well balanced
and every man is a potential
threat.
This is what the Hawkeyes
lacked last season when their en-
tire offense was built around
Wier.
Coach "Pops" Harrison sound-
ed a warning to this effect at the
beginning of the season when he
said, "The players are about the
most evenly matched I have had
at Iowa. It's hard to pick a start-
ing lineup. I plan to use several
combinations to get an idea of
the reaction of the players under
fire.

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'M' Natators
In Collegiate
Swim Forum.
Fifteen members of Michigan's
national championship swimming
squad will leave for Fort Lauder-
dale, Fla. and the annual Na-
tional Collegiate aquatic forum
today.
The forum, which brings the
cream of the collegiate swimming
crop together for a two week pro-
gram of instruction, training and
exhibition swimming, will once
again be attended by the 'name'
schools of swimming.
THIuS MEANS THAT besides
Michigan there will be top nata-
tors from Ohio State, -Iowa, Yale,
Purdue, Northwestern, Rutgers
and Harvard in attendance.
Heading the Michigan delega-
tion will be co-captains Bob Sohl
and Dick Weinberg. Sohl, who fin-j
ished third in the Olympic breast-
stroke, will rener his battle with
Purdue's Keith Carter for the du-
bious title of the 'Man Most Like-
Due to the lack of space in
Sunday's paper these men were
omitted. from. the . honorable
mention list of the Independent
All-Star Football Team: Chet
Mahon, Michigan - Christian
Fellowship; Carl Paddor, Hill-
toppers; Lee Setomer, Dodgers.
ly To Finish Second To Verdeur'
while Weinberg, a former NCAA
titleholder in the 50 and 100 yd.
dashes, will have plenty of com-
petition in the sunny southland.
MATT MANN Ht, Western
Conference champion in the
1500-meter freestyle and a top
contender in the 440 and 220-yd.
events will meet several old ac-
quaiintances in the persons of
Wally Ris of Iowa, Bill Smith of
Ohio State and Bill Heusner of
Northwestern.
Diver Ralph Trimborn will get
his first look of the season at lit-
tle Bruce Harlan, Ohio State's
Olympic diving champion and
Bernie Kahn, the Wolverines top
hope in the backstroke this year
will come up against another
Olympic titleholder, Yale's Allan
Stack.
KAHN WILL ALSO be getting
instructionsfrom Harry Holiday
who will accompany the team
south with his wife.
Other members of the Michi-
gan team making the trip include
breaststroker Charley Moss, free-
stylers Johnny McCarthy, Dave
Tittle and Tommy Coates, breast-
stroker Bill Upthegrove and back-
stroker Jack Arbuckle.
Completing the list are Bill
Austin, Tommy Harkness, Tony
Barbolph and Jack Barnes.

Preview of '49 Season
Staged at Indoor Trials

By HUGTH QUINN
Michigan track fans got a pre-
view last night of what they can
expect to see at this season's in-
door meets.
At the annual Christmas time
trials held at Yost Field House,
Coach Don Canham put his squad
through a pseudo-regulation track
meet, with times and distances
recorded for every man compet-
ing.
* * *
IN THE FIRST event of the
evening, the 60-yard dash, soph-
omore Art Henrie nipped Pierre
Miller at the finish tape, with
Var Bayderian third.
In the special freshman 660-
yard race, lanky Aaron Gordon
Keen .directs
Prep Mat men
High school wrestlers from all
over the state will come to Ann
Arbor Saturday for the second
consecutive year to participate in
a wrestling clinic under the di-
rection of Michigan's mat men-
tor, Cliff Keen.
Keen will be assisted by Fend-
ley Collins, wrestling coach at
Michigan State, and Bob Leiman,
who guides the grapplers at
Bowling Green, Ohio.
There will be two sessions,
Keen announced, one in the
morning from 10-12 and an-
other for three hours starting
at 1 p.m. All high schools in the
state are invited to participate.
Rules interpretation, demon-
strations of holds and their tech-
nical aspects will be the subjects
of the early class, while the sec-
ond period will deal with more
holds and movies of the Olympic
team and NCAA champions.
Keen stated that seven schools
came here last year. They in-
cluded Ann Arbor High, Lansing
Sexton, Lansing Eastern, Battle
Creek, Jackson, Cranbrook Prep
from Bloomfield Hills, Mich., and
Sturgis High.
The same schools are expected
to show up this year, with the
possibility that the two Flint high
schools, Northern and Central,
may also come.

crossed the finish line in first
place, and the varsity mile run
was taken by Doug Parks, with
Sheldon Capp second.
The 440-yard dash offered a
pleasant surprise for the evening.
Ron Sable, who won his fresh-
man numerals in 1946, and has
just recently returned from serv-
ice, took a quick lead at the start,
and finished first a scant step in
front of Henrie. Soble's time
showed that he should round into
a good quarter-miler before the
season is gone. Bob Sei-geson, back
from last year's squad, finished
third,
DON McEWEN, freshman dis-
tance ace, led the pack in the
frosh three-quarter-mile run. Mc-
Ewen was followed by lanky Bill
Hickman, in second place.
Jim Mitchell turned in the
only double win of the evening.
The Milwaukee sophomore, who
last year tied the freshman 65-
yard high hurdle record, took
first in both hurdle events last
night.
Pete Dendrinos, last year over-
shadowed by Charlie Fonville,
came into his own in the shot put
B. S. BROWN, Night Editor
last night. The big weightman
threw the 1G pound ball 48 ft., 5
in. Ed Ulvetad had little diffi-
culty in clearing; 13 ft. in the pole
vault.
IN THE BROAD JUMP, Eck
Koutonen, another sophomore,
leaped 22 ft. 4,% in., and veteran
Tom Dolan took the high jump at
6 ft., 1% in.
In the concluding event of the
program, the mile relay, two var-
sity quartets ran close all the way,
and finished in the closest race
of the evening, with the team
composed of Sergeson, Shelton.
Murphy, John Witherspoon, and
Henrie, winning in the fair time
of 3:31.1.

(Continued from Page 1)
Gacek ended the scoring for
,he Wolverines in the first period
with a beautiful goal at 15:39. A
perfect drop pass from McMillan
,et up the play.
* * *
MICHIGAN SCORED twice in
the second stanza, Renfrey net-
ting Gacek's pass at 6:59 and Cel-
ley notching his third goal at
17:03 with the assist going to
Burford.
Again in the final period, its
was all Michigan. Celley opened
the scoring with a tally at 9:14
from Burford and Gacek made
it 11-1 with a goal at 16:35
from McMillan and Renfrew. j
Stedman, third line center
closed the books for the evening

with two seconds remaining in
the game as he took Burford's
pass, went in on substitute goalie
Paul Huztelak, and faking beau-
tifully blasted the puck into the
net.
CORRECTION!
Sigma Alpha Mu didn't sweep
all the divisions of IM wres-
tling as stated earlier this week.
Alpha Tau Omega's Bill Bowler
took the 165 lb. division. Paul
Hunsberger and Howie Meinke
of Kappa Sigma won the 155
lb. and 145 lb. divisions respec-
tively. Theta. Chi's Merle Eng-
lander was the victor of the 136
lb. division and Tammy Os-
born representing Chi Psi won
the 128 lb. division.

WALLY GACEK

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Fraternity volleyball came to a<
fighting finish this week when
Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated Beta
Theta Pi, last year's Champions,,
by a 2-0 score.
The Sig Eps downed the Bat-
tling Betas by 15-7 in the first
game and 15-11 in the second one.
The championship moved the Sig
Eps out of their fourth place
berth up to second place in fra-I
ternity standings.
The Sig Ep team included:
Charles Eden, Chuck Brana-
man, 'Sam Massie, Bill Reitzer,
Don Tennyson and Fred Auch.
Alpha Phi Alpha took over the
number two spot the same night
by defeating the Theta Chis 2-0.
Third place honors were taken
by Delta Kappa Upsilon.
High flying Winchell House
upped their bid for the All-
Sport Residence Hall Champi-
onship this week as they walked
off with the Swimming, Water
Polo and Volleyball Champion-
ships.

The versatile natators edged
out Wenley House in water
polo 2-1 Wednesday night and
at the same time took the
swimming title from Cooley
House, 38-28. Michigan House
bowed to Winchell in the vol-
leyball final in a tough 2-1 bat-
tle.
Eight Residence Hall wrestlers
grappled their way to respective
weight championships in' the
dorm mat finals Tuesday night at
the Intramural Building.
The winners include Bob Smith
of Williams House in the 121
pound division, Tyler House's Joe
Savin in the 128 pound class,
Williams' A.P. Brunette in the
135 pound bracket, Frank Van
Schoick of Cooley House in the
145 pound division, Gordon Neu-
fane of Cooley in the 155 pound
bracket, Bruce Herrigel of Hins-
dale House in the 165 pound class,
Dick Thomas of Lloyd House in
the 175 pound group and Greene
House's Maynard Wellman in the
unlimited class.

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