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DA .VEMflUAILY 9 1940 T E MdIA~AL
- " iNC)EI;I BILITY TJROIBLF;
Oadger Wvvin Runs Cage Streak to Five l' a tr etL

rile Toiiorro

TteHopes ''t Look Ietter
AsHIlUM, Gophers Lose
Any hopes that Michigan might repeat as Conference cage chain-
ions looked pretty dimn as they entered thc between-scemester cornl-
petition, but the unpredictable god of basketball took things in hand
and righlt about now almost, anlything could happen.
Micigwan racked uap three wins in Big; Nine play during the
reacess. Meanwhile, Illinois inappcd Minnesota's 1:3- g ime winnin g
stre~ak, aid thlen Purdue upset the powerful Illini two (,ays later.;
Ohio itate dlumpted the Goplhers again a week latter wihh.le Illinoais
sftuggled to wvin over Wisconsina.
THE WOLVERINES HAVE VE.T to meet the Gophers and tim!
Illini in home contests this year, and these games can make or break
z the Maize and Blue cause.
The Gagers snapped back after losses in their first two

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1 I la1 Iliii ciis L(rick ful'
l ill i thew' ba ce t oda.
wJI cil X-rays of his ijure
ankle are examined by Coact
Don Canhain and lUniversil
physicians.
The Wolvcrine iniddle dlis
tance ace ha]ts ben othere,
considecrabaly by ail injury in
curved during 1 us hjwst-olyrnpi
tou r of Europe last summer.
H~e sip mats d the inijury
'Dattulrday Inij' id, iie Mich
igana State RIteysi, and was tol
by doctor i yesterday thati
would be best f'or him to sta
off the cinder paths for pos
sibly a year.

iEuHarriasoid of I 12 1:S jt t ret trnkel" nttle he"tw en"I
#ttlcW 5551 U al"l illyI"I 1:y111obSold adPruNKitht
co eirath 1 - M arke s 1 ( larte1r neve'r inatrialiel.
IVvJ~,.u.I~,Iut"li' )it l t # } \) t1W sxti'i7ning dtthi. t'Car er sk.1ll c# ied tt vl l o
ed ~At # pun.toorrow the rush,)
_________1111'wo'newrecords,-oe1.h01AIer
(Gntl um - bo in andthrePandone-alf C~tm record lfor the 150-yrdtin-
ty iiludtopped all scorers for tenig htweeks lt;,r thig iNin!(,seasocn dividull mtred y and tc}he ter a1
I1bakttoteWvrie' with 18 points, 13 of theme in th^ will1bhove. In b-cteten ther~e will? pool record, for thl 100-yatrd swimr.
s- ifirst half, TforIur dar d wth ~1 ii theiciixlmd
s- but Michigran's shooting from the N t(i)OWUS. 'y as1:3.t.go( eiiil tO
I free throw line nade up for it. IT WAS REIIFEL>DT'S, basket a IOi4IoW uightLSale wckaryUid'sodrcr.
r makiing goi)(l on lbarxely 50 per mnuean ahlfate tegae 14r(' r ji*w i lt 1, a H;di te 00in50711w cen'h
) vent oft tadaheirftr h g charity aeiallw"tillIaol k t UvlIh( 001I (s ,(thtlle?
colaodeir charity d 'r il started that gave the Badgers t eo t - agr ondte1 ie ~tl"the llsrtr rl wr i:fllbe!he rec larcn etrta at
Mlue's 12 "out of 1.5 tosses a little otiy hid I Il' 'U1oyi' al nih tarsi I l(W lwasa bt o d lat, ear
th ? ll O ierole arrisoni's first tally 50 sec'- eilte ' ee. ith (lyU ph 111; ehla n Irtnt){>l i1V ii i i 'thel i (r r,
liHris)UC on clump e n 5pons nids later knotted the ccout, 'mieu'pt : titl. M ~ W(l ( i iiS lsii
it to lead the victors, but Rehfeldt 4otlw Wolvepro i we teed 511 tit u,10)Egn s
onMakypr wizs re sislitig hminLa Salle 'diourld be 7I
_jthrow at the three-minlute ogct)so "s ha ih IM Mi
J'i ocke y .ar. j t l asit te p repnare "to
I edhug they were never head- defers l their' Big Nine Rsdecaainndddpedn
ed ater"Supey's" shot, the Wol- NCA"A Championships. ;edncli1 idIdpnet
t verines were never able to pull ; ti iickflien will swigitCo action
~gP1.-fl~y 14111lore than five paints ahead in the Flor-s inh tsuentsfs 60 .0centIs and 101 oih icearreiiais
I U/n C U/U UntilivIte1z~z~~is opening stanza as Rehtfeldt's ]o~ti~1th 12 will bej The ifnatls will be hield aura
sharp-shooting kept theiios inoughi to get ill the door'. night at Yost Field Housec duiring
Ii r ~ cu~ I o the game.thvitosn The touring LaSalle Explorer~sl the track mleetwith Corne ll.
IN DDIIO tohi Pilec; ,ate where they imet the Spear-, l * r c Baske tball1
W-iN DIIN ohstieo-Ians last night. The iresults Rsienf!a
Vac at ion timne proved to be u nsiedslyi h i~tpro this meet and Wednesday'.s are Michigan :36, Anderson 1,3
lucky for Michigan's hockey team! quite importan since the strong Pesot2,Tlr1
Xe as an inspired Michigan Tech! State team will be here Saturday Pect 24, CTylero12
hed sqfuad put an end to the longest I night for am dual meet tht is cn Hinsdaele 21, Chicagoyd12
and winning streak in Wolverine pucM I 1 # 1.J 4 1 sdrcato-u. 'leWne55Aam13
annals Tehj - icoyBnenuYtween semesters, Michigan Strauss 27, Haydn 24
T cushed2vi opeonJat ayP chalked tip her first Big Nine Cooley 52, Fletcher 12
te31 alsocrse any hoetat h win wh~en the natators crushed Greene 24, Vaughn 20
u'-Wolverines' might go througn the
ur- season without a defeat. Up until P"RES 11OLMES. Night Editor
ar'- the tilt with the .Engineers, Mich-______________________
int; ighin had played 21 games without'
ed- a defeat. the six-foot, seven- inch Rehffeld t

FConference tilts

and rolled to 4"

four wins-three over Confer-
ence foes and the other over
Michigan State - since the
middle of January.,
The Wolverines played the
Northwestern cagers twice in the
between semester holidays, ancu
took both contests from the claw-
less Wildcats.
MICHIGAN copped, its first
Conference win of the season
against Northwestern here 53-40,
on January 15, but were none too
impressive. They 'managed to out-
shoot the Wildcats and that was
about all. Michigan clicked on
22 per cent of its shots while
Northwestern made 18 per cent.
The most encouraging factor
of this game was the appearance
of Mach Suprunowicz in the
role of point-maker for about
the first time this season. He
puiled up 15 counters to lead the
Maize and Blue offense.
The Wolverines' other victory
over Northwestern was a 54-46,
win last Saturday night in Evan-1
ston.
LEO 9VANDERKUY, Michigan's
' rapidly improving; sophomore fromh
IHolland, Mich,, dumped in his
high for the. Conference season
as he racked up 16 points. His
rebounding was a decisive factor
in the Wolverines' victory.
On January 29) Michigan's
cagers aliowedj their first signs
' f looking like chiampions when
they upset the 01h10 State quinl-
tet here, 54-48.
Coach Ernie McCoy made two
changes in the starting line-up
for this game, and the combina-
tion proved to be just what the
ailing cagers needed. VanderKuy
took over the starting center posi-
tion and played a brilliant game.
Used mostly in the post position
ini this game Leo didn't shoot;
much, but almost completely con-
trolled both backboards.
FiORWAIW VOYD MeCaslin'sl
sta;rting berth As given to Hal
Morrill, whlo has beeni shiowing
imnprovement in th at position since
he was moved uip from guard. 1-I
vas part1icualarly impressive as aa
Ball'-hiav'1.
This w"a' the stele of, play
which, in a large degree, ac-ici a 'srtunt
form. The toeami was aggressive,
and played the baall. With the
Wolverin!es co utroll ing the ball
Ohio State's 63.5 pour( -average
suffered,
'Iwo nightsi, later Michigan jour-
r eyed to Eais t Lansing to take ona
Michigan S tte for the second
time this sas,;on. They made it
two out of two as they defeated
the Spartans, 49-38.
The game was a rathler lifeless
a tffair. The Wolverines took 1.he
letfad at the six-ii ie mardik ins
the first Period and ledJ the rest
paf the way.
Trhe Wolverines, after last
iight's victory over. Wisconsin,'
lhaive a. 4-2 record in Conference
competition.

NO VACATION HERE!
Wo1Vlveine 1Tr-akiien Shinle
In Four Nationial Rehy Meet
Competition in four national re- leasd gained by TIleurie and c:Bet
lay meets previewed action on the' ol. Tihe Michigan four finish
local track scene and kept the! thir'd behind Notre Dame a.
Wolverine thinelads busy for three Michigan State.
weeks.
The first meet of the 1949 Sea- i I'I . f,>T,, ,

son came January 21, when coachi
Don Canham took a mile relay'
team to Philadelphia to compete
in the Philadelphia Enquirer mneet.
The quartet composed of Art H~en-
rie, Bob Sergeson, Ron Soble, and
Herb Barten ran off with first
place and a victory over Univer -
sity of Pennsylvania, coached byI
former M' mentor Ken Doherty.
rn ir rA rn" M~[, -. 0. r7 w~".,*

Michigan State Relays last Sat
day brought another kind of s
prise. With Soble, Hlenrie and R
ten, who turned an ankle rune
the anchor leg of the :sprint in
ley rlay earlier. in the ("eei
unable to run, Canhamn entere,
Leam made up of Jimn Morr;
Jimx Ackerman, Sergeson
Warren.

d a
-ish,
and

I THE FAST T'IME i~of .3:27iissedci Sergeson turned in ia blazing
the board track record by only third leg to pull from fourth to
two seconds. .first, and the team finished first
The following night herb Ba-ir ahead of Notre D~ame, North-
ten traveled to Boston where he westerni, MSC{ and Purdue.
was joined by pole vaulter Ed I Michigan's only other first in
Ulvestad for the Knights of Co- the running events came in the
lumbus games. Barten competed sprint medley relay---a race which
in the 1,000-yard run against a may have p~ut Bairten on the in-
top-flight field of European and active list for a considerable
American runners. length of time. With Sergeson
Ulvestadi hit the peak of his running' the quarter mnile, Warren
vaulting career at Boston when hie I and Morrish the 220 legs, and
clearest 13 ft., 3 in. lBartena anchoring with the half-
,E, ile', thle Wolverines nipped theI
THlE HOME SEASON opened tape .tust ahead of MSC inu 3:30..
January 28 when Michigan was
I . IGh JUMPER. Tom lDohati
There will be an important ; haredl a first place with four'
meeting of 'Phi Epsilon Kappa. other jiumpeirs, all of them clear-
-.at 9.difl n m ]r~i nat i l ±i g 6 ft., ]1 17) in.E

IN SPITE of the loss, the Wol- control of their backboar~d in that:
verines won two games, one from stanza.I
Michigan Tech by a 5-4 count It was in the first five iin-
January 29, and one from McMas- sites of the second half, when
ter' last aturday night by an the score was 21-18, that Michi- I
overwhelming 14-1 margin. gau nisbetdslyo
In the first Michigan Techj basketball all night.
game scoring honors were even- The Wolverines scored 10 points
ly divided, Gordle McMillan,1 while holding Wisconsin scoreless,
Gil Burford, Wavly Gacek. Neil f but here the Badgers, spearheaded
Cellcy, and Wally Grant tally- by forward Bob Haarlow and
ing for the Wolverines. Rehfeldt, began closing the gap.
In the second tilt only McMil- I 'Then the Maize and Blue put
lan and Connie Hill were able to the deep-freeze unit in operation, j
net the puck. and the visitors were helpless.
SATURD)AY NIGHT was a far BIe'(auc
different story for the Wolverines s l

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Newt Lokcen's office in Water-
mani Gym. All members are
urged to attend.
host to the Michigan Amateur
Athletic Union Relays at Yost
Field House. Highlight of this
meet, from the Wolverine 'angle.
was Henri 's winning time of :06.3
seconds ina the 60-yard dash. Th~is
is the fastest time turned in by a
Michigan sprinter'iin over a (IC(,
ad e.
In wininig the 460, .Ienri~
beat a fast field of sprintersj
headed by Michigan -State's
Fred Johnson and Wayne Uni-
versity's Lorenzo Wright.
i-u the Invitational 440-yardI
jlsb 1) Herb Bartel srrinted iin for
a 'irst place in :49A8 seconds. An.-
other Wolverine, Trod W irreni,!

Shot p~utter Pete lendritios'
Set the best mark of his career
When hie threw the 16 pound
ball 50 ft., 10 in., to place be-
hind Mlini Norm Wacsser's 53 ft.
Winning mark.
Bob Thomnasonul plaed second InI
MSC's 1,000-yarrd run behind OhioI
St ate's D~on Washlingt on, ,who Set
H owie record of 2 :17.4.
'M (r(11phlor

though. Scoring three times in
All baseball candidates are
urged to report to Coach Ray
Fisher at Yost Field H~ouse any
time this afternoon.
each of the first two stanzas, the
Maize and Blue got red hot and
blWasted eight goals in the finial
period.
! Gacekc nailed down scoring
3 honors in, the Me~aster tiOt
with three goals 'and three as-,
'sists.' The "hat trick" also went
to Celley with three tallies. In
all, seven. Wolverines joined in
1the scoring fracas.
M(,Millan opened thue scoring
with a goal from. Ciac(!k at 7:10,
withi Al Renfrew and Gil Burford
I117u Wef ili h'Other two, lr t rioh
goals, both unassisted,
* * I

WISCONSIN C
Pag,F£'' 1
Haarlow, F......4
Moore, F ......0
Schneidecr, F ....2
Fossumn, F .....0
Rehfeldt, C ....7
Zorn, C ......0
Rogers, G.......... 0
Markham, G.......
Mactar, G.......
f.Totals ...........15
MICHIGAN G
Suprunowicz, F ...2
Morrill, p ......0
McCaslinl, f......... 2
Vauder KL y, C . ... 2
Wisniewski. C .. (1
E'lliot, G.......
IT;1irisd......7

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L~ywI~j~IX '~~' THlE SECVON1D peiodl saw Ccl-
ley get two goals, and McMillan4
'I'lie Wolverinew wrtling I ctamn net Michigan's sixth tally for the
lostits° third1 si icssi ye mat chl lastInight.
wec(kendw lienia u1crfor Na vy l''h(-iithen'roof tell ins
{r ggraio ot -grappidMi('h i- ^ G ac ek began Iit all witb -n--

finishcdl third. 1g!,,-11i alum1 napopls, 211-10.
x '1. iM ctilga a nvi l 1it uf u
VAR. I AY tAN offered new apgo(l fight1 ccoiisidl"W ilie-11cfac!,
hope for Michigan broad juip the M4 1 idesstetclicd ttn-ir witia-
stock, when hie leaped 23 ft., 2 in., n 1ing ,Streak to 51 straight I's>-
and Ulvestad showed a strain of j Iihs. Teltic ls lost a nA I[ oa-
consistency when lie cleared 13 ft., fair' in 1042.
fl in. liua a1ata 'hwillhu l'uo'f; u'', ea i ic
Newly~ejected 4'at ii Blob illH-l11' e .110 A' M i-c 11n era I
Thomason gained another first ,ple s Wecb arely cdg'dl b)., r l
_idaee for Michigan when lie won Boilermaker,16-15.
tile mile handily in 4:28. '1 hei Wo lverinecs will ,a temp)7 1 '
Michigan suffered a sad blow 0)I:Ialw k judo 1114' will cotlunl nett
the mile i-elay whel boi Sotble v wekvi( I;all i aceetheyxwill
pulled aimuscle while running the igPrapple With I thr tl awNkeyc inl a
third leg of the race, and loast the I Conference. inicet1.

Illla.55istt'd goal ait 4.:25, anrl
then Re'iJfreiv bett M-c-NDster's
goalic ite seconlds latter. Cr.ely
got his hat trick at 6:47 the a.=
list going to Grant.
Heire, MeMasiter got its onl1y
gcoal, on a long; screen shot by Ed
Morgan. Len Br inim made it. 10-1
for Michigan -halfway thu-ouglh the
prio wenh netted the i't
gotlWe i h i t!al of his college, career.
Gack added two quick goals I
to the sweltling Michigan total, and
Grant andJ Burf ord ended tlhe
scoring for the night with unas-
sisted goals.% A

Halftime Score: Michigan 21,
Wisconsin 18;
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