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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

icers

Open Eastern Invasion in

Princeton

Tonight

Two Sophs Put to Test
In Opening Swim Meet

By GEORGE FLINT
A comforting array of old re-
s, liables and a couple of question
marks should provide the key to
the strength of the 1950 Wolver-
ine swimming team when Matt
Mann unveils his charges tomor-
row against a first-class Purdue
squad.
The old reliables-such veterans
as Matt Mann III, Gus Stager,
Bill Upthegrove, Bernie Kahn,
Charlie Moss, and George Eyster,
can be depended upon to uphold
the Michigan dual meet suprem-
acy against the Boilermakers.
BUT THE question marks, in
the persons of sophomores Dick
Martin, a sprinter, and Dick How-
ell, a backstroker, are probably
more important to the Wolver-
Bineg' long-range possibilities in
the Big Ten and NCAA meets.
The Maize and Blue are no-
ticeably weak in the sprints, un-
less Mann decides to use the
versatile Moss in the free-style
instead of the breast-stroke
events, where he is stronger. So
ii young Martin can show up
well against the Boilermakers'
superlative sprinter, Chuck
- -'U

Thomas, one of
lems for this
may be solved.

the major prob-
year's mermen

Howell could provide the Wol-
verines with place insurance in
the backstroke and individual
medley, where veterans Bernie
Kahn and Charley Moss, respec-
tively, hold forth.
* * *
DEPTH in these races is im-
portant to Mann and his charges
in the dual meets, 'and a place in
South Revolts
NEW YORK- () - Dixie
Colleges rose yesterday in a
seething rebellion that split
the National Collegiate Ath-
letic Association wide open in
a fight over the sanity code.
The Southern, Southeast-
ern and Southwest' Confer-
ences, in a joint indignation
meeting, voted unanimously
to stand back of four South-
ern institutions threatened
with expulsion because 'of
admitted code violations.
the conference championships oft-
en means the difference between
winning and taking second hon-
ors for a Big Ten team.
Howell and Martin have shown
well in the only competition the
Wolverines have had this cur-
rent season. In the Michigan
AAU Meet Martin was second to
Charlie Moss in the 50 yard
freestyle, and Howell took a
third behind MSC's Howie Pat-
terson and Michigan's Kahn in
the backstroke.
The two "rookies" also acquit-
ted themselves down in Florida
during the Christmas vacation
workouts. So they're not entirely
untried against topflight compe-
tition.

Cagers Start
Rugged Road
Jaunt Today
Michigan's cagers embark on
what should be their roughest
road trip of the Big Nine cam-
paign when they board the train
at 1:20 this afternoon for Madi-
son, Wisconsin.
The Wolverines face Wisconsin
tomorrow night and then travel to
Columbus to battle highly rated
Ohio State Monday.
BOTH WISCONSIN and Ohio
State were ranked by pre-season
prognosticators among the leading
contenders for the Big Nine crown
while the Maize and Blue was re-
garded a second division choice.
So far Wisconsin has dropped
a two point decision to Indiana
in two starts while Ohio State
ranks behind Michigan and
Northwestern at the top of the
heap with one victory and no
defeats.
This road trip should help to
determine the status of the Wol-
verines in the season's league
standings. A pair of victories or
even a split against the Badgers
and Buckeyes would leave Michi-
gan at or near the top of the
heap.
If the Wolverines should fall
victim to the same jinx which has
found the visiting teams losing
in eight of nine Big Nine games
this year, then they would be
dropped down into the pack with
a .500 mark.
Coach Ernie McCoy will carry
a ten man squad for the two game
trip. Included on the list are
Captain Mack Suprunowicz, Leo
Vanderkuy, Hal Morrill, Charlie
Murray, Don McIntosh, Jim Skala,
Bob Olson, Bill Doyle, Irv Wis-
niewski, and Frank Gutowski.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
NYU 80, Duke 64
Holy Cross 69, St. Louis 55
Bradley 89, Manhattan 67

By BOB VOKAC
Michigan's hockey club clashes
with the Tigers of Princeton to-
night and the Yale Bulldogs to-
morrow night after entraining
yesterday for a two day invasion of
the East.
After turning in two of the
finest performances in Wolverine
athletic history by splitting a two-
game series with Montreal last
The IM Building will feature
its co-recreation program to-
night from 7:30-10:30.!
weekend, Coach Vic Heyliger's1
charges are highly polished for
their eastern junket.
* * *
COACH RICHARD Vaughn's-
Orange and Black puck squad
have split even with the Wol-
verines over the years as both
clubs claim one win against each
other.
Princeton has notable wins
over St. Nick's, a team of ex-
collegiate hockey stars of the
East, and Boston University.
Their season's activities so far
have also included a drubbing
by Boston College.
Against Yale in tomorrow
night's ice battle, the Maize and
Blue will meet a classy reconvert-
ed Bulldog freshman team from
last season's play.
BOASTING a four game win-
ning streak against their oppo-
nents thus far this season, Yale is

pinning its hopes on sophomores
Mike Brown, Archie Douglas,
Harry Havemeyer, Charlie Smith
and Eddy Shay.
Shay is currently leading
Coach Murray Murdoch's Yale
Blues with five goals and three
assists. Last year he paced the
freshman club with 30 points
- 17 goals and 13 assists.
Playing his fourth year with the
Bulldogs, diminutive Captain Al-
len Clapp has been a consistent
scorer and should effectively spark
the sophomore bolstered Yale out-
fit.
* , * *
LAST MINUTE shifting of per-
sonnel caused by Michigan's Ron
Roberts' trip to the hospital with
an infection saw Lenny Brumm
up-graded to the second line and
Owen McArdle moved to the third
line from his customary defensive
slot.
Although Joe Marmo is still
suffering from a separated
shoulder, Heyliger is still count-
ing on him for limited service
with the third line along with
Paul Pelow and McArdle.
The reshuffled second line is
now composed of Al Bassey, Bob
Heathcott and Brumm. Bassey is
still sporting a puffed-up mouth
earned in last Saturday's clash
with Montreal but should see
some action.
THE "dynamic trio" first line
of Neil Celley, Wally Grant and
Gil Burford is at peak strength

Michigan Puckmen Travel To Face
Tiger, Yale Sextets Over Weekend

and should effectively spark the
Wolverines in their weekend's en-
counters. Burford currently leads
the Michigan scoring column with
25 points, closely followed by Cel-
ley's 21 markers and Grant's 17
points.
Jack McDonald will be hand-
ling the nets both nights as Hal
Downes and Paul Milanowski
were not able to be squeezed in-
to the traveling budget. Round-
ing out the defensive roles on
the .road trip are Ross Smith,
Eddie May, Bob Fleming and
Graham Cragg.
Without distracting from Mc-
Donald's spectacular goalie per-
formance, the defensive players
proved their stellar ability to
handle any type of offense against
the Montreal Carabins last week-
end.

FLASHY FORWARD - Neil Celley (above) is close behind
teammate Gil Burford for scoring honors in the Wolverine's first
nine games.
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If past season records mean
anything, Michigan's grapplers
should be able to defeat a strong
Northwestern mat squad in Sat-
urday's meet at Yost Field House.
Michigan holds a commanding
lead in their dual meet series with
Northwestern, as the Wildcats
have been able to down the Maize
and Blue matmen, but once since
1925. Michigan has won 21 out of
22 encounters.
NOT SINCE 1931, has North-
western taken the measure of a
Wolverine mat squad, and in the
last six years they have gone down
to defeat by overwhelming scores.
In 1944, Michigan took them
to the mats by a 22-8 count and

in '45, it was another Wildcat
skunking as the Wolverines
beat them.
In the last three seasons, the
scores have been 24-10, 26-8, and,
25-5, with the Wildcats on the
short end all three times.
LAST YEAR'S battle saw the
Wolverines take seven out of eightj
matches to defeat the Northwest-
erni matmen.
Jaek Powers who lost the only
match in last year's rout will be
seeking revenge in Saturday's
encounter.
Powers wrestling at 175, three
days before he won the Confer-
ence crown at 165, was pinned by
Tom Ragouzis, in six seconds of
the first period.

Veteran Wolverine Gym Squad
To Face Maroons Tomorrow

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Coach Newt Loken will take a
veteran squad with him when
Michigan entrains tomorrow
morning for the opening gymnas-
tics meet of the 1950 season with
the University of Chicago.
With the exception of sopho-
moreshConnie Ettl and Bob Wyl-
lie, the nine-man team which will
tackle the Maroons tomorrow af-
ternoon were with the successful
1949 gymnast outfit which Loken
produced.
LAST YEAR Loken's tumblers
lost only one meet during the reg-
ular season, bowing to Illinois,
58-46, while knocking off Chicago,
Indiana, Ohio, Michigan State,
Kent State, and Wisconsin. The
Wolverines also placed third in
the Western Conference Meet held
here in Ann Arbor.
Ettl, in his first year of var-
sity competition, has shown so
well in pre-season workouts that
Coach Loken has entered him in

four events in the opener with
Chicago.
The Milwaukee, Wisconsin phys-
ical education majors ill partici-
pate in the side horse, high bar,
parallel bar, and flying rings. Ettl
is a high bar and all-around spe-
cialist. Wyllie, who is in the Lit-
erary College, is also a high bar
specialty artist.
Loken has entered most of his
team in more than one event for
a special reason and it isn't short-
age of material. Although no
points will be awarded for a sep-
arate all-around category in the
Chicago meet tomorrow, the gym-
nastics coach is looking to fu-
ture Big Ten meets where the all-
around is an important point-
getting event.

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VOL. LX., No. 79
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