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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wolverines, MSC Hold Final Drills Today

A NEW SWIMMING ERA BEGINS:.
Stager, Harlan Face Challenge in Replacing Mann

By LEW HAMBURGER
A new era is beginning.
The eyes of the swimming world
are anxiously turning toward Ann
Arbor as the 1954-55 season ap-
proaches, waiting to see if Gus
Stager and Bruce Harlan will be
able to keep Michigan in the swim-
ming limelight where Matt Mann
has kept it for almost thirty years.
The youthful, relatively inexper-
ienced coaches have been away
Rink Opens
The University of Michigan
Ice Rink will open for Public
Skating on Tuesday, Nov. 16,
at 8:00 p.m.
from college for only four years.
Stager graduated from Michigan in
1950, the same year that Harlan
left Ohio State.
They are nervous in their new
jobs, but bent on producing a win-
ner,:and have roused team morale
to a point where the swimmers are
willing to work harder than usual
itoprovide the new coaches with
their desired victories.
Winning is nothing new to either
coach. Stager has compiled one of
the most respected records in the
nation at Fordson-Dearborn while
winning the state class A cham-
pionship three years in a row. "Aft-
er the first year, when we didn't
really expect to win, the pressure
was on," the genial blond said,
"we had to win the second time to
prove the first wasn't a fluke. Of
course last year the pressure was
on because I felt that this job
might hinge in part on the result
of the State meet."
His swimmers hold five national

GUS STAGER

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scholastic records and five+
eight state standards.
Harlan has been coaching
west coast and his Sequoia
high school teams won
straight Northern California

of the
on the
Union
three
titles.

BRUCE HARLAN
era begins
Stager, "was never my strong
point, and now Bruce handles all
the diving so I can devote more
time to the swimmers. He helps
some with the swimmers, as well."
Stager is working his swimmers
hard. The Michigan team has been
at work for over a month doing
land drills and pulley weight exer-
cises, in addition to their swim-
ming.
Harlan is able to devote his eve-
nings entirely to the divers, work-

ing on the trampoline and diving
boards in a pool undisturbed by
swimmers. This is a better situa-
tion than in the past, for Mann had
to work with divers and swimmers
simultaneously.
The former Ohio State star's crit-
ical eye is certain to aid Wolver-
ine divers in breaking through his
alma mater's monopoly oAi confer-
ence springboard championships.
Also, "Having a great diver to
coach his team is certain to lure
a lot of outstanding high school
boys to Michigan," Stager said.
The jump to the college level is
not too noticeable, Stager com-
mented. "The big difference is the
amount of time that I spend on the
job here. There are a lot more
public relations jobs to be done
here," he said.
There is little or no difference in
attitude of the athletes on high
school and college levels. "There
are boys who work hard and those
who don't want to in both places,"
he said.
MICHIGAN SWIMMING SCHEDULE
January--
i1o-Iowa State ............. Home
29- Purdue .................Away
February-
11-Michigan State .........Away
12-Northwestern ...........Away
19-Iowa ..............Hm
26-Ohio State............Home
March 3, 4, 5-Big Ten Championships
at Columbus
March 24 - 25 - 26 - NCAA Cham-
pionships at Oxford (Miami of
Ohio)

State Holds
Closed Drill
In Stadium
Two football squads with vic-
tory on their minds hold their
final drills today, in preparation
for the forty-seventh renewal of
a great rivalry.
A sellout crowd of 97,239, the
largest football crowd of the sea-
son so far, will watch Michigan
and Michigan State battle at
Michigan Stadium tomorrow.
MSC's 38-man traveling squad
arrives on the Ann Arbor cam-
pus early this afternoon, and will
hold a closed drill inside the stad-
ium. This is mostly a matter of
familiarizing the players with the
huge bowl, as only the Spartan
seniors have appeared here before.
Both elevens ended their inten-
sive drills for the game yesterday.
The Wolverines worked hard on
All-Campus Tournament en-
tries are now being taken for
paddleball doubles, badminton
singles, handball doubles, and
"twenty-one,"
--Bob Welke
both offense and defense, but it
appears they will have to face the
Spartans without one of their de-
fensive stalwarts, Jim Bates.
Bates, first string center and
linebacker, has not recovered com-
pletely from glandular fever, and
will probably miss the game.
Sophs To Start
One of two sophomores will start
in his place: Gene Snider or Jerry
Goebel. Snider, who has impressed
coach Bennie Oosterbaan in sev-
eral games this year, will probably
get the nod, although Goebel, who
has gained much experience in the
last four games, can be expected to
see part time duty.
The Spartans' biggest question
mark is quarterback Johnny Mat-
sock, who has not donned a uni-
form all week. An offensive spark-
plug all season, Matsock was still
limping with a pulled thigh muscle
yesterday.
The 168-pound senior has been
working out in sweat clothes all
week, but is a doubtful starter, ac-'
cording to team physician Dr.
James Feurig, who adds, however,
that he definitely will see action.

Five of his swimmers won berth's
on the schoolboy All-American
team.
While at Ohio State Harlan was
one of the world's greatest diVers.
In addition to four NCAA cham-
pionships in two years, he was the
Olympic springboard champion in
1948.
Stager is a former Michigan
swimmer and was named to the
coaches All-American team every
year that he competed.
Although they have never worked
together before, the two are well
integrated now. "Diving," says

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Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )26B
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1950 PLYMOUTH CONVERT-
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An ideal time to buy now. $395.
TWO USED CAR LOTS:
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DURING OUR
PRE-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE
SALE
Saturday and Monday Only
Display Models -- Demonstrators
SLIDE PROJECTORS
200 Watt, Blower Cooled with case.
Reg. 49.50 Special $35.00
PROJECTION SCREENS
All sizes and makes $5.00 and up
ENLARGERS
4x5 Testrite (less lens) $30.00
Also Dejur, Federal, Solar, etc.
TRIPODS
Reg. $13.75 with Pan Head $9.95
Others from $3.50
GADGET BAGS
All styles from $1.94
ENLARGING EASELS
Reg. $9.95, $6.50
SLIDE VIEWERS
Reg. $1.00, 59c
120 and 620 FILM
Reg. $1.20, 3 rolls 68c
No. 25 Flash Bulbs, 9c each
Many other items too numerous
to mention,
Sale Starts % A.M. Saturday
HOURS
Saturday 9-6, Monday 9-9
For your shopping convenience we
will be open during the game Sat-
urday and until 9 p.m. Monday
evening.
PURCHASE CAMERA SHOP
1116 S. University Ph. NO 8-6972
139E
FOR RENT
FREE LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS-
on campus for married couple in ex-
change for household duties. NO
3-8454. )110
Deluxe Bachelor Apartment
Will hold two. Building in rear. Pri-
vate entrance. Electric stove, refriger-
ator, Simmons bed. US 23 off Wash-
tenaw Road, between Ypsilanti and
Ann Arbor. Everything new and
clean. $67.50 a month. Available Nov.
19. Phone NO 2-9020. )18D
FOUR ROOM HOUSE, with bath, furn-
ished, in country. Call NO 5-3371,
after 5 P.M. )13C
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR FOOTBALL WEEKENDS.
Reserve rooms now. Student Room
Bureau. No fee charged. NO 3-8454. )4D

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ROOMS FOR FOOTBALL WEEKENDS.
Reserve rooms now at the Campus
Tourist Homes. 518 E. William (near
State St.) Ph. NO 3-8454. )3D
DOUBLE ROOM, or half of the double,
for male students. Excellent campus
location. Congenial house. 213 N.
Thayer. Phone NO 3-4522. )17D
PERSONAL
SAY THERE--
No one should miss reading LIFE at
these special student-faculty rates.
Student Periodical Agency, NO 2-3061
)34F
BUSINESS SERVICES
WASHING-Finished work and hand
ironing. Rough dry and wet washing.
Also ironing separately. Free pick-u'p
and delivery. Phone NO 2-9020 Wool
soxs washed also. )8I
R. A. MADDY-VIOLIN MAKER. Fine
Instruments, Accessories, Repairs. 310
8. State upstair*. Phone NO 2-3962.
)l01
BUSINESS SERVICES
RAD 1O-PHONO-TV
Service and Sales
Free Pick-Up and Delivery
Fast Service - Reasonable Rates
"Student Service"
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1217 S. University, Phone NO 8-7942
1%a blocks east, of East Eng. )481
TYPING WANTED, reasonable rates.
Have done Law work. Mrs. Mullet,
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Pro Fraternity Grid Places
Won by Alpha Chi Sig, PA

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Tickets on Sale 1-5 P.M.
"PIRATES OF PENZANCE"

Nov. 17 and 18
60c and 80c

Nov. 19 and 20
90c and $1.20

LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE 8 P.M.

By DAVE RORABACHER
Al Caputo made a sensational
catch of Jack. Scruggs last ditch
pass in the last play of overtime
to give Alpha Chi Sigma a 1-0
victory over Law Club and the
second place professional frater-
nity football championship yes-
terday at Ferry Field.
Law Club had connected on
three of its four overtime passes
and had driven down to the Alpha
Chi Sigmas' ten yard line when
the Scruggs to Caputo combina-
tion carried to slightly past mid-
field. Earlier in the game Dick
Elliott of Law Club and Scruggs
had broken up long drives of the
rival teams with key intercep-
tions.
The third place championship
was garnered by Phi Alpha Delta
via a 6-0 win over Phi Rho Sigma.
The lone score came on a toss
from Tom Fisher at An Hunt.
VOLLEYBALL
Social Fraternity
Phi Gamma Delta 4, Theta Delta Chi 2
Alpha Tau Omega 5, Phi Kappa Tau 1
Delta Tau Delta 6, Delta Kappa Ep-
silon 0

Sigma Phi 5, Acacia 1
Alpha Epsilon Pi 4, Phi Kappa Sigma 2
Lambda Chi Alpha 6, Trigon 0
Phi Delta Theta 4, Phi Kappa Psi ?
Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated Zeta Psi
(forfeit)
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 6, Psi Upsilon 0
Pi Lambda Phi 6, Alpha Delta Phi 0
Sigma Chi 6, Tau Delta Phi 0
Alpha Phi Alpha 3, Phi Sigma Kap-
pa 3
Faculty
Social Research 4, Math 2
Education 6, Cooley "B" 0
Psychology "A" 6, Natural Resources 0
Political Science 6, Engineering 0
HANDBALL
Social Fraternity
Lambda Chi Alpha 3, Phi Sigma Del-
ta 0
Alpha Epsilon Pi defeated Alpha Sig-
ma Phi (forfeit)
Sigma Chi 3, Delta Upsilon 0
Sigma Nu 2, Zeta Beta Tau l.

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Wolverine Soccer Club Meets
State Here Tomorrow Morning

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rinowwan

FRIDAY, and SATURDAY

The Ann Arbor Civic Theater presents
Tennessee Williams' stirring drama
"SUMMER AND SMOK"

'M' Seeks Harrier
Crown at Chicago
Michigan's cross-country squad
makes a bid today for a Big Ten
title, in the annual grind over Chi-
cago's Washington Park grueling
course.
Coach Don Canham has named
John Moule, Don Wallingford,
Goeff Dooley, Al Lubina, Lou
Kwiker, Bob Mansfield and Chuck
Morton to compete in the four mile
trot. The Wolverines rate high,
along with MSC, OSU, Wiscon-
sin, and Indiana.

By DICK CRAMER
Michigan's soccer squad will be
out to avenge an earlier defeat at
the hands of Michigan State when
it meets the Spartans tomorrow
morning at 10:00 on the Wolverine
field east of the football stadium.
The Wolverine team is hoping
that a large number of fans will
attend the game to give it moral
support in its efforts to even the
count with Michigan State. Two
weeks ago at East Lansing Mich-
igan came out on the short end
of a 5-2 decision.
This will mark the final home
game for the Wolverines, who next
week travel to Ohio State to close
the season in a Saturday morn-
ing encounter with the Buckeyes.
The soccer squad, striving for.

membership in the Midwestern In-
tercollegiate Soccer League next
year, has won one and lost two
games so far this season. However,
a letter from Coach Joseph Guen-
nel of Indiana, Michigan's other
conqueror, has brought some
measure of delight to the team.
In a letter to H. 0. Crisler
Michigan's athletic director, Guen-
nel stated that he was greatly im-
pressed by the spirit of the Wol-
verine soccer men in a losing
cause. He further observed that
the only thing barring the success
of the team was the lack of stu-
dent support.
LATE HOCKEY SCORES
Toronto 1, Detroit 0
Montreal 7, Chicago 4

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