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FRIDAY, JA.NITART 20, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DI.AILY

Swimmers, Cagers Face Minnesota

MSC Heads
Three Meet
Exam Slate
By KEN BIALKIN
Michigan's natators will meet
the Gophers of Minnesota tomor-.
row afternoon at Minneapolis in
the first of three dual meets be-
tween now and the beginning of
next semester.
* * *
ON FEBRUARY 4, the Wolver-
ines will journey to Evanston, Ill-
inois to take on Northwestern's
Wildcats and then on February 8,
they meet the Spartans at East
Lansing in the final meet of this
road trip.
Matt Mann's charges should
have little difficulty in taming
both the Gophers and the Wild-
cats but the meet against Michi-
gan State may be a different
story.
In the first meet of the season
for both squads, the Spartans de-
cisively trounced Minnesota, 68-
25. Michigan State took both first
and second in six of the seven in-
dividual races, and won both re-
lays, while the Gophers managed
to salvage first place in the diving
event.
AND EARLIER this week the
Spartans swamped Indiana by an
equally lopsided score. In downing
the Hoosiers, Michigan State's
mermen managed to break three
4 of the pool records in the Indiana
tank.

Sportscope
BASKETBALL
January 21, Minnesota,
home
February 6, Northwestern,
home
February 11, Purdue, away
February 13, Minnesota,
away
HOCKEY
January 21, Windsor Spit-
fires, home
February 2, Detroit Red
Wings, home
February 3-4, Minnesota,
home
February 10-11, Houghton
Tech, away
SWIMMING
January 21, Minnesota,
away
February 4, Northwestern,
away
February 8, Michigan State
away
WRESTLING
January 20, Illinois, away
February 4, Navy, home
February 6, Michigan
State, away
February 11, Pittsburgh,
away

Wolverines Must Defeat
Gophers To Stay in Race

By BILL BRENTON
This one's a must!
Needing a victory to stay in
Western Conference title conten-
tion, Michigan's Wolverines re-
turn to the friendly confines of
Yost Field House tomorrow night'
to battle the Meyer "Whitey"I
Skoog-led Minnesota Gophers.
COACH Ozzie Cowle's Minneso-
tans, holder of the lone Ann Arbor
triumph over the Wolverines last
season, come to town with a 1-2
win-loss mark in the Big Ten. The
club was favored to cop the crown
at the season's start, but faltered
on foreign Wisconsin and North-
western floors.
Jumping-jack Skoog, 5 ft. 11
in. forward paces the Northmen
attack with a variety of clever
shots. The blond speedster has
averaged 18.3 points per game in
three outings. Aiding Skoog in
the scoring department are
Maynard Johnson, big Jim Mc-
Intyre's replacement at center,

SEEK DOUBLE FIGURES:
Pucksters Try for Tenth Win
Against Windsor Spitfire Six

and Dick Means, who meshed
19 points in a futile effort
against the Badgers.
Don McIntosh, pivot-shooting
forward, has regained his starting
position and will pair with Cap-
tain Mack Suprunowicz, who leads
E the Michigan scorers with 53
points in four games. Leo Van-
derKuy, scoring leader against
Ohio State, will be at center with
Hal Morrill and Chuck Murray
performing from the guard slots.
DICK WILLIAMS, 6 ft., 7 in.
transfer center from Vanderbilt,
regains eligibility next semester
and is sure to spell VanderKuy in
the Purdue and second Minnesota
games.
After the exam period closes,
Northwestern's surprising Wild-
cats bring a Conference dark
horse five to Ann Arbor, Feb. 6.
High-scoring Ray Ragelis and
Jake Fendley pace the Wildcats.
Coach Ernie McCoy's charges
taketohthe road after the North-
western clash, meeting Purdue,
doormat of the Conference at pres-
ent, Feb. 11 at Lafayette, Ind. and
giving the Gophers a return en-
gagement, Feb. 13 at Minneapolis,
Minn.
Tomorrow's contest will be pre-
ceded by a Freshman inter-squad
game with varsity cagers taking
the floor at 7:30.
Matmen Face
IIllin(oIS Today
Michigan's wrestlers will have
no honeymoon the next three
weeks.
Between today and the begin-
ning of next semester, Cliff Keen's
grapplers have four dual meets,
three of them with a trio of the
nation's top mat squads.
The grapplers battle Illinois in
Champaign today and after a lay-
off for examinations, take on Navy
at home, on February 4th, Michi-
gan State in East Lansing on
February 6th, and Pittsburgh in
Pittsburgh, on February 11th.
The Panthers are new to college
mat circles this season, but Illi-
nois, Navy and Michigan State
are ranked near the top of colleg-
iate wrestling, this season.

11

By BOB SANDELL
One of the top amateur hockey
outfits in Canada will provide op-
position for the Wolverines tomor-
row night when the Windsor

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Spitfires and Vic Heyliger's crew
square off at the Coliseum at 8:30
p.m.
* * *
THE WOLVERINES will bel
seeking double figures in the win
column for the season, having
copped nine of their initial eleven
contests.
Windsor, currently atop the
junior OHA in Ontario, is ex-
pected a give the Maize and
'Blue plenty of trouble as was
evidenced by the games of the
last two years.
In 1947-48 campaign Michigan
squeezed out a 4-3 win in the
last 26 seconds and last year had
to be content with a 2-2 tie.
* * *
THE SPITFIRES are a young
team with the ages ranging from
17 to 20, but many of them are
top professional prospects since
the club is part of the Detroit Red
Wing farm system.

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OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

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terested in Mechanical, Chemi-
cal, or Electrical engineers. For
further information call at the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 -Ad-
ministration Bldg.
The Pan American Union of
Washington, D.C., announces an
opening for a position as Spanish
Editor. This position requires
journalism and, or, editorial train-
ing and experience, and candi-
date must have ability to edit and
write in Spanish and translate in-
to Spanish from English or Portu-
guese. Applications must be sub-
mitted by Feb. 1, 1950. For fur-
ther information call at the Bur-
eau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
istration Bldg.
The Michigan Civil Service
Commission announces an exam-
ination for Girls Training School
Assistant Superintendent. Experi-
ence is required. For further in-
formation call at the Bureau of
Appointments.
All registrants, in Teaching and
General Divisions, are reminded to
stop in at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments when you are leaving cam-
pus and leave your change of ad-
dress. If you plan to return to

school next semester, leave this
information also.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for Wil-
liam Raymond Correa, Electrical
Engineering; tgesis: "An Investi-
gation of Moae Duplexing in a
Circular Waveguide," Fr~i., Jan.
20, 2518 E. Engineering Bldg., 2
p.m. Chairman, L. N. Holland.
Doctoral Examination for Louis
Joseph Poirier, Anatomy; thesis:
"Anatomical and Experimental
Studies on the Temporal Lobe of
the Macaque," Mon., Jan. 23, at
10 a.m. Chairman: E. C. Crosby.
Doctoral Examination for Law-
rence John Edwards, Chemistry;
thesis: "N-Monosubstituted Ethyl-
enediamine Complexes of Cobalt
and Nickel," Fri., Jan. 27, 2308
Chemistry Bldg., at 9:30 a.m.
Chairman, R. N. Keller.
Mathematical Logic Seminar -
Final meeting, 7:30 p.m., Mon.,
Jan. 23, Rm. 3217 A.H. Prof. I. M.
Copi will complete his report of
Kleene's theory of general recur-
sive functions.
Astronomy 30, Section 1 (11
o'clock, McLaughlin): The final
examination will be held in Rm.
C, Haven Hall, Fri., Jan. 27, 9-12.
Students wishing to enroll in
English 71, Advanced Composition,
see Mr. Wikelund in 3220 Angell
Hall. Students should note that
Section 1 is now closed and are
advised to secure permissions for
remaining sections early.
Events Today
S.R.A. Coffee Hour, 4:30-6 p.m.,
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