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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MANN REMOVES LID:
AA U Meet Debut for 'M' Swimmers

Mc1enne11 Nets Four Goals
To Spark Michigan Victory

Ann Arbor fans will get their
first look at the 1950-51 swim-
ming team in the 17th Annual
Michigan A.A.U. meet this after-
noon and evening at the IM pool.
The trials will be held at 2:00
while the finals will get unterway
at 8:00. In addition to the cus-
tomary events several women's
races and a clown diving exhi-
bition will be included in the eve-
ning's program.
AN ARRAY of stars from vari-
ous points in the state of Michigan
promises to give the Wolverine
natators an indication of the com-
petition they can expect in col-
lege circles after the Christmas
vacation.
The 100 yard breast stroke
race is expected to provide the
keenest competition of the eve-
ning. Charlie Moss, member of
the Michigan team last year,

will defend his championship
won in this event in 1949 against
a host of strong contenders.
Stu Elliot, present Michigan
breaststroker, will give Moss the
greatest trouble, while John
Davies, member of Australia's
1948 Olympic team, and Rusty
Carlisle cannot be counted out.
THE DIVING competition pro-
mises to be sharp with Alex Canja,
captain of the 1947-48 natators,
George Eyster, from last year's
team, and Jim Hartman and
Frank Keller of this year's team
vieing for honors.
Joe Maracna, national junior
one meter board champion, and
Fletcher Gillers, former Ohio
State diver, will also appear in
the diving, which include both
high and low board dives.

Burnie Kahn is favored in the
200 yard backstroke against
teammates Basil Considine, Dick
Howell, Jack Arbuckle, and fresh-
man John Chase. Dave Neisch,
captain of the present Michigan
squad, and Jim Martin face
freshmen Tom Brenner and Don
Hill in the 50 yard free style.
* * *
MOSS WILL attempt a double
victory when he swims in the in-
dividual medley after the breast
stroke race. Detroit's Bumpy
Jones, who holds the national
scholastic record in this event,
Carlisle, Howell, Jerry Nay, ar4
Barry Waybrum, expect to force
Moss in this event.
The other individual race of the
meet will be the 400 yard free
style where Luis Childs and Wally
Jeffries, varsity swimmers, meet
Jones.

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
TIED UP-Michigan Defenseman, Bob Heathcott, is well-covered by two Princeton players after
getting off a shot at the Tiger goalie, Jim O'Neill in last night's 11-6 Wolverine victory. Heathcott's
effort was unsuccessful, however, as the puck rebounded off to the right.

Wolverine Cagers Face Strong Butler Quintet

By BOB ROSENMAN
Michigan's puckmen, sparked by
the great performance of sopho-
more John McKennell, walloped
the Tigers of Princeton, 11-6, in a
high-scoring battle at the Coli-
seum last night.
McKennell, a wiry redhead from
Toronto playing only his second
game for the Maize and Blue, sank
four goals, three of them coming
Since the band will not be
using tre gym floor this after-
noon, any I-M basketball teams
that wish to practice at this
time may phone the I-M office
to reserve floor space.
-Earl Riskey.
within 4 minutes in the third
period. In addition, he assisted
on another Wolverine talley to
lead the scoring parade.
* * *
ALSO HIGHLIGHTING t h e
Wolverines' impressive win were
Neil Celley and Al Bassey who
chipped in with two counters
apiece to aid in Michigan's second
triumph of the young season.
Earl Keyes, John Matchefts,
and Paul Pelow contributed
Michigan's other three' goals.
High man for Princeton was Bill
Gall who had 2 goals and 2 as-
sists in the Tigers' losing cause.
Once again the Michigan defense
showed that it would require more
working on, but much of the dif-
ficulty in stopping the Tiger at-
tack can be attributed to the ab-
sence of star defenseman Eddie,
May from the Wolverine lineup.
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THE TIGERS, whom Michigan
will battle in the series finale at
the Coliseum tonight at 8 p.m.,
jumped off to an early 1-0 lead,
but it was short-lived as McKen-
nell scored on a 5-footer.
The Wolverines quickly added
three more goals to take a 4-1
lead, but Princeton roared back

to tie the score at 4-4, before
Bassy tallied late in the period
to make it 5-4, Michigan.
In the second period, Princeton
brought the score to 5-5, and 6-6,
before Bassey again broke the
deadlock with a goal.
THE FINAL period was all Mc-
Kennell. After Celley had put the
Wolverines in front, 8-6, the ag-
gressive youngster scored three
times in rapid succession, his first
coming on a beautiful thrust in
which he maneuvered past a de-
fenseman, faked the Tiger goalie
completely out of position, and
slipped the puck past him to give
the Wolverines a 3-goal cushion.
Minutes later, McKennel tallied
again, this time breaking through
two astonished Tiger defensemen
to beat the Princeton goalie once
more. And, just 44 seconds later,
he poked in a rebound to end
Michigan's scoring for the even-
ing, the scoreboard reading 11-6:
SUMMARIES
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Princeton,
Gall (Bothfeld), 4:25; 2-Michi-
gan, McKennell (unassisted), 4:36;
3-Michigan, Keyes (McKennell),
7:48; A-Michigan, Celley (Burford,
Matchefts), 9:35; 5-Michigan,
Matchefts (Burford, Celley), 10:25;
6-Princeton, Gall (Bothfeld), 11:05;
7-Princeton, Davis (Fairfax), 12:23;
8-Princeton, Cleaves (Gall), 17:08;
9-Michigan, Bassey (Pelow), 18:43.
Penalties-Pelow (elbowing), 2
minutes.
SECOND PERIOD: 10-Princeton,
Cleaves (Gall, Bothfeld), 2:56; 11-
Michigan, Pelow (Celley), 3:59; 12-
Princeton, Weeden (Mathey), 14:19;
13-Michigan, Bassey (Pelow, Nay-
lor), 15:56.
Penalties-Naylor (board check-
ing), McClellan (charging), Mills
(tripping), all 2 minutes.
THIRD PERIOD: 14-Michigan,
Celley (Burford, Heathcott), 3:08;
15-Michigan, McKennell (Heath
cott), 12:28; 16-Michigan, McKen-
nell (McClellan), 16:03; 17-Michi-
gan, McKennell (Bassey), 16:47.
Penaties-Marzno (fighting), 5
minutes, Bryan (fighting), 5 min-
utes, Woodward (tripping), Mont-
gomery (cross-checking), Mills
(board checking).

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26 'KEEN' YEARS:
'M' Matmen Face T oledo in First Meet

By CY CARLTON
Michigan's wrestlers open the
29th season of Wolverine grappl-
ing tonight when they oppose a
strong Toledo University squad at
Yost Field House at 7:30.
Coach Cliff Keen, starting his
26th season as mentor of Maize
and Blue mat squads, will send
a promising group of nine men to
the mats in hopes of repeating
last season's 25-9 licking of the
Rockets.
BULWARK OF THE Maize and
Blue squad is Captain Bill Stapp
wrestling at 157 pounds. Stapp,
runner-up in his 'weight in the
Big Ten last season will meet Bill
Gehring, a strong Sophomore for
the Rockets, who is undefeated in
intercollegiate wrestling.
Another mainstay of the Wol-
verine matmen, Dave Space will
wrestle at 147 pounds. Second
in the 137 pound division in
Western Conference competition
last winter, Space will grapple
with Earl Courtright, defending
Ohio YMCA champion at 157
pounds.

IN THE heavier weights, Mich-
igan will be anchored by three
Correction
Yesterday's Daily failed to
mention that Fred Thompson
of Delta Upsilon won the 130
pound fraternity I-M wrestling
championship Thursday night.
Thompson outpointed Don
Shetler of Delta Tau Delta.
veteran matmen, Bud Holcombe,
Joe Planck and Art Dunne, all of
whom wrestled last season.1
Holcomb will wrestle at 167
pounds opposing Frank Baum-
garter, who boasts an excellent
grappling record. Baumgartner
was third in the YMCA national
tourney last season.
At 177 pounds, Planck will op-
pose another national YMCA place
finisher, Floyd Gadt, Rocket ace
who was runnerup in the same di-
vision
* * *
DUNNE FACES the toughest as-
signment of anyone on the Michi-

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gan squad tonight when he op-
poses Harry Lanzi, Toledo star,
and National YMCA champ. Lan-
zi, undefeated in collegiate compe-
tition, is rated by many as the
best heavyweight amateur wres-
tler in the nation.
Sophomores will mainly find
the lighter weights for the Wol-
verines as two of the three ban-
tams are first year men.
At 123 pounds, Joe Kosik, a pro-
mising soph will oppose Jack Shire
of Toledo, another YMCA national
tourney place finisher.
Going at 130 pounds for Michi-
gan will be Larry Nelson. Nelsen
wrestled his second season in Wol-
verine tights, enjoyed a remark-
able season last winter, losing only
one intercollegiate match. The
lightweight ace will oppose Arthur
Jabilan of the Rockets.
At 130 pounds, Keen will send
Jack Gallon, one of the brightest
soph prospects on the squad,
against Bill Schmidt, holder of
an Ohio 'Y' title in this division.
Williams Wins
Junior Loop s
Slugging Title
CHICAGO-(A)-Boston's Ted
Williams batted only .317 last sea-
son, but still repeated as the
American League's "slugging"
champion with a .647 percentage
on 216 total bases in 334 trips to
the plate.
Official statistics released yes-
terday also certified 13 new league
records, topped by a loop aggre-
gate of 973 home runs, 90 more
than the former mark of 883 set
in 1940. In all, 67 major and league
records were bettered or matched
during the Junior Circuit's 1950
campaign..
For the second straight year,
Boston's Vern Stephens shared in
the runs-batted-in championship.
Stephens and Red Sox team-mate
Walt Dropo each drove across 144
runs last season. In 1949, Stephens
and Williams tied for the honor
at 159.
7 Shopping Days
Till Christmas

By JOHN JENKS
Coach Ernie McCoy's "poor
little boys" will take to the court
tonight in Indianapolis against a
young Butler five in an attempt
to keep alive their one game "win-
ning streak."
The Wolverines, fresh from
their first win last Tuesday night
against Marquette, will once again
have to ,do without the services
of a key man.
THIS TIME the absentee is Bill
Putich, the chunky little speedster
who provided the spark in last
Tuesday's game. Putich spent last
week working out with the grid
squad and consequently missed all
basketball practice sessions.
Tom Tiernan will fill the va-
cated guard slot, teaming up
with the recuperated Charlie
Murray. Bob Olson, who only
last week was moved from for-
ward to guard to take Murray's
place, will return to his former
position for the Butler clash.
Olson will team up with Jim
Skala and Leo Vanderkuy to form
the starting first line.
FOR THE Battling Bulldogs
from Indiana, where they claim
real basketball is played, the con-
test will be their chance to make
the Michigan quintet their fourth
straight Western Conference vic-
tim.
The Butler boys have already
knocked off Ohio State, North-
western and Iowa, all of whom
are considered to be the strong-
er aggregations in the Big Ten.
Moreover, the Bulldogs will be
out to"* avenge last year's 73-49
defeat and to even up the series,

which now stands at seven games
to five, Michigan's favor.
FOR THE FIRST time in three
years Coach Tony Hinkle lacks a
star the caliber of "Buckshot"
O'Brien and Jimmy Doyle, recent
Butler greats. But Hinkle expects
his young squad to play top notch
ball when they accumulate a lit-
tle experience.

Butler will start a team that
averages an even six feet, which
will give them a slight height ad-
vantage over the Maize and Blue.
Bob Jackson, six feet four inch
center, teams up with John Hall
and Orvis Burdsall, six footers, to
round out the forward line.
Two smaller boys, Walter O'-
Brien (no relation to Buckshot)
and Art Fougerhousse will per-
form the back court duties.

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ON THE SPOT-Michigan looks to Leo Vanderkuy, colorful
center and leading scorer, to show the way against Butler's
Bulldogs tonight in Indianapolis. Vanderkuy has accumulated 44
points in the three contests thus far.
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The clash is the finale of a
stadium double-header opening
with Illinois (2-1) opposing De
Paul (3-2).

Besides Northwestern and Illi-
nois, four other Big Ten teams
have non-loop jousts tonight.
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