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THURSDAY, JANUA14Y 12, 1950

TIlE MICHIGAN DALY

PAGE ThREE

Current Michigan Basketball Problem-Wisconsin

i's Rehfeldt

New Sanity
Code Sins
Uncovered
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK--(P)-The Nation-
al Collegiate Athletic Association
put its finger on ten more insti-
tutions yesterday as violators of
the sanity code but announced no
action would be taken against
them at the present meeting.
* * *
CLARENCE P. HOUSTON of
Tufts, chairman of the NCAA'f
Golf Playoff Delayed
LOS ANGELES - W) - Rain
washed out the 24th annual Los
Angeles Open Golf Tourna-
ment playoff yesterday, forc-
ing postponement of the Sam
Snead - Ben. Hogan. 18 - hole '
match until next Wednesday.
policing agency known as the
constitutional compliance com -
mittee, made the disclosure at a
news conference. He declined to
identify the institutions.
Houston said the latest viola-
tions had turned up in the
course of new routine investiga-
tions.
The ten schools on the griddle
are in addition to the seven who
have been recommended for ex-
pulsion in the general sessions this
week.
THESE SEVEN, including the
University of Virginia, Virginia
Tech, Virginia Miltary Insttute
and the Citadel, are accused of
openly violating the code adopted
two years ago.
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BUSY WINTER AND SUMMER:
Ice Rink, Diamond Home to McDonald
.. . . *

By JIM PARKER
Ordinarily two sports such as
hockey and baseball are not
thought of as bearing much rela-
tion to each other, but in the case
-f Jack McDonald there has been
an important link between the
&wo.
Participation in the two sports,
first hockey and then baseball,
has worked in conjunction to place
McDonald at the top in both.
THE FIIST appearance of the
185-pound engineering student
from International Falls, Minn.,
before Michigan athletic fans was
as goalie for Coach Heyliger's
hockdey squad in early March,
1946.
The rookie net tender proved
himself a determined competi-
tor and in his fifth game in a
Michigan uniform, the season
finale against Michigan Tech,
posted his first collegiate shut-
out as the Wolverines drubbed
the Houghton club, 10-0.
The next two years McDonald
worked diligently on self-improve-
ment and earned for himself rank-
ing among the top goalies in col-
lege hockey while Michigan was
winning 33 games, including the
1948 NCAA championship play-
offs.
* * *
BUT IT WASN'T until the 1948
baseball season that the hockey-
baseball link was fully realized.
The quickness and timing so es-
sential to successful goal tending
made Jack a natural for the first
base spot, where he was shifted
from the third sack.
His appearance at the plate
for Michigan was indicative of
his prowess as a hitter. In
typical Frank Merriwell fash-
ion he blasted out a three-run
home run and later added two
singles to lead the Wolverines
to a 5-2 victory over Notre
Dame.
The next year he continued the
pace he set the year before and

GOAL HALTER-In three years of guarding Michigan's nets
goalie Jack McDonald has maintained a 2.67 goals-against Aver-
age. Exhausting his eligibility at the end of this semester, the
Wolverine ace will end his Michigan athletic career against
Michigan Tech on Feb. 11.'

as regular first baseman for Ray
Fisher's Co-Conference champions
belted the ball at a torrid .417 clip
and led the Big Nine in home run
production.
THE EXPERIENCE gained on
the baseball diamond has also
had the favorable result of im-
proving McDonald's reflexes and
coordination for his winter job
of guarding the nets for the
hockey team. For his first three
years in front of the Michigan
goal he has compiled a very cred-
itable 2.67 goals-against average.
However, on some shots, ac-
cording to McDonald, there isn't
much you can do to stop them if
luck is running against you.
To prove his point he cited a
goal made against him in the
national championship playoffs
at Colorado Springs in 1948.
After Jack dived out to block
the oncoming puck, the disk sail-

ed high in the air, landed on de-
fenseman Connie Hill, rolled down
his back and popped into the
Michigan goal.
** *
BUT IT'S NOT always the net
tending thatNMcDonald has to
worry about.; In last year's game
with the Toledo Mercurys the
Michigan skaters soon cut through
the thin layer of ice at the To-
ledo rink.
And Jack, being the only
skate sharpener on the squad,
was deprived of his rest between
periods in order to sharpen the
dulled blades.
This semester McDonald ex-
hausts his eligibility and will wind
up his athletic career in the
Michigan Tech series Feb. 10
and 11.
LATE HOCKEY RESULTS
Boston 2, Detroit 1
Toronto 2, New York 1

Tall Center
Boasts 205
Point Total
By BILL BRENTON
Michigan's Wolverines, current-
ly the most talked-about quintet
in Big Ten basketball, resumed
heavy workouts last night with a
"stop Rehfeldt" cry.
The gentleman occupying so
much of Ernie McCoy's thoughts
and of the players time is a stocky
6 ft., 62 in. center who paced the
Big Ten in scoring last year,
dumping in 178 points over the
10-game slate.
* * *
STARTING comparatively slow
in non-Conference tilts this sea-
son, the towering Badger got his
deadly both-handed hook shots
going to pile up 27 and 25 point
totals against defending champion
Illinois and highly-regarded In-
diana. Don is averaging 18.6 tal-
lies per contest for all games, but
has a 26 point average in the Con-
ference.
Well on his way to smashing
last season's record mark, Reh-
feldt could be the proving
grounds of a red-hot Michigan
club Saturdayrnight. The Wol-
verines face the task of stopping
the huge pivotman on his home
floor in a game Wisconsin must
win to stay in title contention.
McCoy's charges, with two
straight Conference wins under
their belts, have the job of beat-
ing either Wisconsin or the Ohio
State Buckeyes on foreign floors
Saturday and Monday or slump-
ing to a .500 season percentage.
The club has dropped three con-
tests this year, all on the road.
* * *
MACK SUPRUNOWICZ, third
Conference pointmaker last year,
leads the Michigan club in league
play as well as all-game totals up
to date. The quick Wolverine for-
ward has 29 points in two Con-
ference games and 138 all-season.
Don McIntosh and diminutive
Chuck Murray follow close be-
hind the Wolverine captain with
24 each in Big Ten play. All the
Michiganders, however, trail
such Conference luminaries as
Dick Schnittke rof Ohio State,
Meyer "Whitey" Skoog of Min-
nesota and Ray Ragelis of
Northwestern in addition to
Rehfeldt.
A modified zone, so effective in
the past against such high-scor-
ing pivoters as Minnesota's Jim
McIntyre, may be used against
Rehfeldt and Wisconsin, although
McCoy is debating over the zone
and switching man-for-man at
present. The straight zone throt-
tled Indiana's flashy Bill Garrett
with only seven counters last Mon-
day.
McIntosh and sophomore Jim
Skala are still battling for the
Michigan right forward post. Mc-
Intosh will probably get the nod
in a slow type game with the
speedier Skala sure to see plenti-
ful action in a fast-breaking bat-
tle.

MATT MANN III
. . . leads swim debut

Maroons First
Foe for 1950
Tumble, Team
Michigan will have no soft touch
when it takes on the University of
Chicago in the opening meet of the
1950 gymnastics season Saturday
if past performances are any cri-
terion.
THE MAROONS have been per-
ennial powers in the mid-west
since 1926. In that year Chicago
won the team championship of the
Western Conference the first time
the Big 10 had a league meet.
In following years, Chicago took
team crowns in 1927-28, anq 1930
through 1934 for a total of eight
titles, three more than the num-
ber accumulated by Illinois and
Minnesota, the big threats in the
current Conference title race.
COACH NEWT LOKEN claims
that Chicago is a dark horse this
year because little information is
available on the Maroon tumbling
outfit. Last season the Wolverines
defeated Chicago 51% to 44%
when the Windy City crew was
ranked among the best in the na-
tion.
CHICAGO CAN usually be
counted on to floor at least strong
all-around men. The Maroons,
when they were members of the
Big 10, produced eight all-around
winners, more than any other
school.sTheyalso took the NCAA
meet in 1938 on their all-around
performances.

Purdue Meeting To Indicate
Tankers' Big Ten Chances
8'

Saturday's dual swimming meet
with Purdue-the first regular
meet of the season-will serve as
a sort of "indicator" to Michigan's
coach, Matt Mann.
The meet will give Man a hint
of the relative strength of his
team against Western Conference
competition, and it will also give
him an opportunity to see some of
the Conference's individual stand-
outs, from both Purdue and Mich-
igan.
* * *
PURDUE'S TEAM is rated as
the strongest in the Indiana
school's history. With at least one
good man in every event, the Boil-
ermaker squad has good balance,
the valuable factor in dual meets.
It is on this balance that Pur-
due bases its hopes for an upset
victory Saturday afternoon. And
it is against this Purdue team
balance that Coach Mann will
compare his own squad's all-
event scoring power.
Purdue's junior star, Chuck
Thomas, is rated as the number
one sprinter in the Big Ten. He
placed third in the 100-yard finals
last year behind two men now
graduated.
* * *
THOMAS COULD be used in
the 50- and the 100-yard sprints,
the 150-yard individual medley,
the medley relay or the 400-yard
free style relay-any combination

of three. Purdue Coach Mike Pa-
penguth is faced with the problem
of getting the maximum number
of points out of his ace.
But whoever swims the 150-
yard individual medley for the
visitors will find the going
rough. :Michigan, with Charlie
Moss and Dick Howell, will pre-
sent a fast duo.
Moss placed third in the indi-
vidual medley in last year's Na-
tional Collegiate championships,
behind ex-Purdue captain Keith
Carter. and Joe Verduer of La-
Salle. Howell, a sophomore, holds
the Michigan high school record
for this event.
THIS WILL BE the only dual
meet of the season in which the
individual medley will be held.
This event, introduced last year
into the Conference champion-
ships, was also added to the 1949
Purdue meet on a two-year
"home-and'-home" agreement.
Saturday's meet will also give
Mann an indication of what he
can expect during the season from
his son, Matt Mann III, who is
captaining the 1950 Wolverine
team.
Purdue's top breast stroker, Bob
Dunlap, swam his freshman year
at Michigan, where he received
the successful Matt Dunn training
that is putting him out front this
year at Purdue.

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