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9, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

f PAGE THREE

Indiana
Matmen Seek Second Win;
Rumsey Moves Into Lineup
______________~ ~ ~ / ___________________________

W~restle

Tonight

* *

SAM, Sig Eps Reach Finals
In Intramural Handball Play

By DAVE LIVINGSTON
Wolverine wrestlers will have a
couple of scores to settle tonight
when they take on Indiana at 8
o'clock in Yost Field House.
Coach Cliff Keen's Maize and
Blue charges will be out to avenge
a defeat the Hoosiers pinned on
them last season and at the same
time get back on the victory trail
after the bitter loss Pittsburgh
tagged them with Monday night.
* * *
THE MICHIGAN grapplers, who
go into tonight's fray with a 1-1
record, will sport a slightly dif-
ferent lineup from the one that
whipped Toledo and was dumped
by the Panthers.
Bronson Rumsey, a junior
who has never wrestled in a
varsity meet, will go at 167
pounds, while Ron Horne will
move out of that weight into
the 177-pound spot formerly
held by Harold "Pepper" Holt.)
The other entries will be the
same as in the first two meets
with Joe Atkins at 123 pounds,
Captain "Snip" Nalon at 130.
Andy haul at 137, Joe Scandura
at 147, Miles Lee at 157, and Dick
O'Shaughnessy in the heavyweight
division. .*
NALON, Kaul, and O'Shaughn-
essy go into battle with perfect
records in the opening meets,
while Scandura and Lee have each
won one ,match and dropped one.
Leading the invading Hoosiers
will be the Big Ten 147 pound
champ, Jim Ellis, who has
moved .up this year and could
go at either 157 or 167 pounds.
In the 177 pound class Horne
will face stiff competition from
Indiana's Kay Hutsell, third-place
finisher in the conference meet
last March.
O'SHAUGHNESSY also will
have his work cut out when he
clashes with heavyweight Harry
Jagielski, a grappler who was un-
defeated in dual meet competi-
tion last season.
Missing from the Hoosier mat
* picture, however, will be sev-
eral men who were standouts in
the lighter weights last year.
Those lost to Indians through
graduation include such stars as
the 123 pound conference titlist,

Bob Carlin; Harry Arthur, run-
ner-up in the NCAA meet at 130
pounds; and Dick Wilder in the
137 pound class.
Tonight's meet will have no
bearing on the conference title
race, for the only official stand-
ings are compiled from the Big
Ten Wrestling Championships
held every spring.

ANDY KAUL
... two time winner

Hoosiers, Gophers Meet
In Crucial Hoop Contest

By DICK BUCK
Indiana will put the Confer-
ence basketball lead on the line
tomorrow night when it meets
Minnesota in one of five scheduled
Big Ten games.
The Gophers, ranked as dark
horses early in the season, can
gain a tie for the top position by
downing the Hoosiers. They now
are,tied for second place with Illi-
nois, both having 3-1 records com-
pared to Indiana's 4-0.
COACH Ozzie Cowle's big prob-
lem is to find a defense which can
stop Indiana's sensational center
Don Schlundt. Schlundt has tal-
lied 39 and 33 points, respectively,
in his last two games.
In solving the problem Cowles
will probably follow the same
pattern as that which limited
Illinois' 6-9 John Kerr to two
field goals as Minnesota toppled
It's {official!
Two world track records es-
tablished by Michigan last
spring were approved by the
NCAA at its annual convention
in Washington yesterday.
The Michigan distance med-
ley relay quartet composed of
Jack Carroll, John Ross, Aar-
on Gordon, and Don McEwen
set the record of 9:56.3 last
April 19 in the Ohio relays. The
previous record was held by an
earlier Wolverine quartet.
The other record was in the
four mile relays set at Ypsi-
lanti on May 3. Ross an Mc-
Ewen were again involved, this
time teaming with JohnrMoule
and Bill Hickman to run the
four miles in 17:06.6.I

the Illini, 77-73, on December
23. A y ear ago the Gophers
were able to limit Schlundt to
a single field goal.
Besides ,downing Illinois, Min-
nesota has wins over Michigan
State and Wisconsin to its credit
poorly-stocked Northwestern
but suffered a 71-65 upset to
a poorly-stocked Northwestern
squad.
IF MINNESOTA wins, the Illi-
ni can make it a three-way tie for
the lead by beating Wisconsin.
An Indiana victory would give Il-
linois a chance to occupy second
place alone with a Badger loss.
The Illini-Badger rivalry, one
of the oldest and keenest in Big
Ten basketball, may develop into
a scoring battle between oppos-
ing centers Kerr, Illini junior,
and 6-7 Paul Morrow of the
Badgers. Kerr outscored Mor-
row, 15-14 and 16-12, in riffs
bgetween the two teams last
teams last season.
Dick Cable and Charlie Siefert
are other Badger scoring threats.
Cable, a second semester fresh-
man, notched 11 points to help
whip Illinois late last season and
Siefert equaled this output.
Two other conference clashes
show Iowa at Michigan State and
Ohio State at Purdue. OSU, boast-
ing the conference's second high
scorer in Paul Ebert should have
the edge over Purdue.
In the final Saturday game the
Wolverines will engage Northwest-
ern in Evanston.
MCHL Standings

Lawyers Maul Alpha
Newman Cagers Rip
Sigma Alpha Mu will meet Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon next week in the
intramural handball finals as a
result of victories last night.
Nonny Weinstock defeated Phi
Delta Theta's Harold Athanson,
2-0, in a singles match. In doubles
Mike Waxberg and Dave Kaufman
teamed up to defeat Howard Hil-
finger and Ron Mauer.
* Sigma Phi Epsilon reached the
finals when it defeated Alpha
.NCAA Urged
To Limit TV
WASHINGTON - (?) -- The1
television committee of the Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic Associ-
ation cautioned yesterday against
unrestricted TV broadcasts ofz
football games and urged a con-l
tinuation of curbs similar to
those of 1952.
Committee Chairman Bob
Hall of Yale told newsmen he
believes the group's final report
allows room for some relaxation
of the much-criticized 1952 pro-
gram.
Hall's committee speciflically
recommended that proper super-
vision could be achieved by:
1. A national TV plan which rec-
ognizes regioizal problems and
distinctions.
2. Continuation of the rule
allowing only one network ap-
pearance of any team during
the season.
3. Development of a pay-as-you-
see system.
The actual NCAA program to be
put into effect next fall with re-
gard to the thorny TV problem was
not presented at the current con-
vention here. Instead, the report
submitted by Hall's committee
Thursday will be used as the bas-
is for a program to be decided by
mail vote of the NCAA's 400 col-
lege members.

Rho Chi in Basketball;
Lester Co-op, 63-21
Sigma Phi, 2-0. Ross Phalzraff
won his singles match and Joe
LaRue and Paddy Haas were
doubles winners.
The Law Club's smooth-working
quintet highlighted the basketball
scene last night as it romped over
Alpha Rho Chi, 61-16.
Chuck Cory led the scoring
for the lawyers with 12 points,
Bill Randall amassed 11, Frank
Cory 10, and Chuck Mohl 10
counters as the season got under
way for the professional frater-
nities.
In an independent contest New-
man Club trounced Lester Co-op,
63-21. Paul Wolfe headed Newman
Club's scoring with a total of 17
points for the evening. Trailing
Wolfe in the scoring column were
Al Switzer with 11 tallies and Har-
vey Dean with 10. Stan Bohinc
rounded out the list of Newman's
high scorers, dropping in 9 paints.
Other scores:
INDEPENDENT
Standish-Evans defeated Foresters
(forfeit)
Cardinals 22, E R I 21
Dazzlers 45, Chemistry 35
Trojans 41, Lucky 7 28
Reed's Raiders 38, Dearborns 33
M C F defeated Wesleyan (forfeit)
Shysters 25, Maroons 13
Presbyterian 21, Roge Williams 19
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY
Phi Delta Phi 30, Phi Alpha Kappa 28
Alpha Kappa Kappa 31, Psi Omega 22
Alpha Chisigma 23, Phi Delta Chi 15
Pharmacy 3, Kappa Alpha Psi 22
Alpha Omega defeated Phi Rho Sig-
ma (forfeit)
FACULTY VOLLEYBALL
Education 4, WRRC Rockets 0
Psychology 4 Bus. Ad. 2
Museum 4, Economics 3
Aero Engineers 4, Poi. Science 0
Navy defeated minerology (forfeit)
Phi Delta Phi defeated Phi Alpha
Delta (forfeit)
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Marquette 55 Creighton 54
Boston College 54 Dartmouth
51
Georgetown 74 Kentucky Wes-
leyan 73
Kansas University 65, Okla-
homa A&M 53

LOST AND FOUND
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inside are most valuable. Reward of-
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LOST-Woman's gold keepsake Bulova
watch, expansion band. Between
WQ and Newberry. Call 2-2591, Margie
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FOUND-A package. for Nancy Canby.
Call Ext. 2850 Monday through Friday
between 9 and 10. )79L
FOR SALE
PARAKEETS, babies and breeders, ca-
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MEN'S RACCOON COAT. In superb con-
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BABY PARAKEETS which can be train-
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CORNET. OLDS. Excellent condition.
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)143
VITAR 35 mm camera f 3.5, 1/200 coated
lens. $35. Ed Miller, Law Club. )144
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sedan, radio, heater, overdrive, hill-
holder, undercoat, good tires includ-
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DESK - Walnut with accessories $25.
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IN." .
FOR SALE
HOME-Modern 2 family. Private en-
trances and baths. Call 2-6697. ;147
FOR RENT
BEAUTIFULLY furnished double rooms
for men. Piano, fireplace, privacy.
Two blocks from campus. Available
immediately. Phone 3-0849. )13F
PERSONAL
GOT A SPECIAL GIRL AT HOME? Ur-
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return Feb. 3rd or 4th. 2-4401 Adams
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ROOMS FOR RENT
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Reserve rooms now at The Campus
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State). Phone 3-8454. )2R
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next semester. Maid service, Holly-
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7 and 9 p.m. )38R
ONE single room for rent across from
Rackham, 917 E. Huron. )39R
TRANSPORTATION
ASPEN, COLORADO - Want 2 riders
leaving Jan. 23 or 24. Return before
registration. '49 Ford. Call 2-3291.
Robert Allen. )17T
HELP WANTED
PART TIME student help waiters for
weekends and evenings. Wolverine
Den, 1311 S. University. )63H

MISCELLANEOUS
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haven't you? Well, if you are not do-
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Student Periodical Agency, 6007. ) 17M
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPEwRITERS! Portable and Standard
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RADIO SERVICE
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Fast & Reasonable Service
ANN ARBOR RADIO & T.V.
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WASHING - Finished work, and hand
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Also ironing separately. Free pick-up
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TYPING - Reasonable rates, accurate
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GOOD rental typewriters available at
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Company, 215 E. Liberty. Ph. 2-1213.
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M ichigan Puck Sextet Moves
Into First Place in MCHL

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Denver ...........4
North Dakota .....4
Colorado College .,.3
Minnesota.........2
Michigan Tech ... .0
Michigan State .. .0

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GAMES TONIGHT
Denver at North Dakota
MSC at Minnesota
GAMES TOMORROW
Denver at North Dakota
MSC at Minnesota
Late Hockey
DETROIT-P)-Glen Hall, the
rookie goalie subbing for injured
Terry Sawchuk, worked his first
shutout in 107 games as a pro-
fessional hockey,, playerahere last
night as the Detroit Red Wings
boosted their National Hockey
League lead to six points with a
4-0 shutout over the Boston
Bruins.
-MONTREAL-(P)-The Nation-
al Hockey League's tailend New
York Rangers scored twice while
Montreal was shorthanded in the
third period last night to gain a
4-4 tie with the Canadiens.
Ending Tonight
DRun at SILVER CREEK
A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
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YOUNG-*WYNN." RULE
SATURDAY
"The Happy Time"

Michigan's hockey club moved
into a first place tie in the Mid-
west Hockey League by virtue of
its shutout victory over Michigan
State Wednesday night.
This win coupled with the three
triumphs scored over Colorado
College and Denver during Christ-
mas vacation gives the Wolverines
seven points in league play and
deadlocks them for the top posi-
tion with Denver.
x.
DENVER HAS an opportunity
to take over undisputed posses-
sion of the top spot this weekend
when it engages North Dakota in
a pair of two point contests. Mean-
while Michigan will be engaged in
a couple of non-league frays with
Montreal.
North Dakota, however, will
be no easy match for the Rocky
Mountain club, having raced
through its first four league
contests undefeated. The No-
daks are presently in a third
place tie with Colorado College.
The two game North Dakota-
Denver set is crucial for both clubs
and if one of the clubs should drop
both contests itwould almost drop
out of the title chase.
JOHN Matchefts with four goals
and 12 assists is the Michigan
scoring leader at the seven game
mark of the hockey season.
The total of 16 points gives him
a four point edge over Johnny Mc-

Kennell, who has played in only
six games due to his suspension
after the Denver game.
McKennell has scored seven
goals and is tied with Earl Keyes
for team leadership in this de-
partment. Keyes added four as-
sits to give him eleven points
and third place in the total
scoring parade.
Willard Ikola, who turned in his
first shutout of the season Wednes-
day night, has been issuing goals
at the rate of 2.71 per game. Nine-
teen goals were scored on Michi-
gan in the seven games while the
Wolverines scored 39 times.
Individual Scoring:

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