ALY 14, 1957
THE MICHIGAN DATYX
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Big Aichigan Sports
EX-CAPTAIN AT EDMONTON:
MacFarland Improves in Pro Hockey
How has Bill MacFarland been
doing in professional hockey?
MacFarland, who was last year's
Captain of the Michigan squad is
iow playing for Detroit's farm
club at Edmonton.
During an illustrious college
career, the big Center was an All-
American and two-time Captain
of the Michigan team, twice lead-
ing his squad to NCAA Champion-
Upon graduation, MacFarland
decided to try to make the grade
as a professional hockey player
and signed with the Detroit Red
Detroit General Manager Jack
Adams said. of MacFarland, "He
had a rough time at first with Ed-
monton, not being used to the
professional rules, but is finally
Adams remarked that MacFar- At the present time MacFarland
land was getting body checked a has 14 goals and 15 assists good
great deal during the beginning of for 39 points and he is the second
the season but has overcome this leading scorer on the Edmonton
UNION THEATER TRIP
DICK HANLEY JIM HAYSLETT
leads swimmers ... soph gymnast
MIKE RODRIGUEZ BOB SCHILLER
... back in action . .. star defenseman
. . . 'M' miler
Tuesday, February 19th
Tickets $3.00 (Transportation
to Detroit includted)
All Wolverine Teams To Compete Here;'
lcers Meet Gophers, Cagers Face li
Michigan athletic squads will
reach the climax of their winter
competition at home this ' week-
3nd when all teams will compete
before local fans.
Coach Don Canham's track
squad, following two weekends of
relay meet competition, will en-
gage in their -first dual meet of
the year when they face Penn
State's strong outfit at Yost Field
House tomorrow night with field
events getting under way at 7
p.m., and track activity starting at
Coached by Chick Werner, for-
mtrer Illinois' hurdles star, the Penn
State delegation in their last en-
3ounter lost to Army, 58/3 to 501/3.
Tomorrow night Coach Newt
Loken's gymnastics team which
split a pair og meets, losing to Il-
linois and defeating Indiana last
weekend, will tackle Iowa's con-
tingent at 8 p.m. at the I-M
Building. Iowa star, Sam Bailie
and Michigan's great Olympic
performer, Ed Gagnier, headline
Wolverine hockey fans will have
a chance to see their team per-
form as the icers begin a two-
game return engagement with
Minnesota at the Coliseum at 8
p.m., Friday, playing a second con-
test Saturday afternoon at 3:30.
Last week at Minnesota, Michigan
split the two games played there.
The chips are down and the Wol-
verines can ill afford to lose any
more ,games if they are to make
the March playoffs at Colorado.
Iowa Hawkeye swimmers will
provide the opposition to Wolver-
ine tankmen on Saturday after-
noon at 1:30 in the new varsity
pool to start a day of continuous
At the swimming meet much at-
tention will be focused on Dick
Hanley who will be making his
second appearance for the Wol-
verines since he returned from
Australia where he competed in
the 1956 Olympics. Last Satur-
day in his first test he set a new
varsity poo record.
The swimmers will be followed
at 3:00 p.m. by Coach Cliff Keen's
wrestlers, fresh from a 14-12 win
over Iowa. They will face a strong
Michigan State outfit in Yost
Making his first home appear-
ance since being declared eligible
will be Captain Mike Rodriguez,
157-1b. Big Ten Champion for the
last two years.
The Illinois-Michigan basket-
ball game at 8 p.m. on Saturday
will wind up the two full days of
varsity competition. The basket-
ball team, after a good start, has
lost its last two games in succes-
sion, and now posts a 4-4 record.
The Wolverines must top Illinois
if they are to remain in the run-
ning at all.
Michigan Sports Weekend
This Friday and Saturday the Athletic Department will hold
its annual "Michigan Sports Weekend." All Wolverine sports
teams are scheduled at home.
The admission charge to the hockey matches at the Coliseum
and the swimmning meet at the Varsity Pool is 60 cents for all
Entrance to the track, wrestling, and basketball contests
at Yost Field House and the gymnastics meet at the Sports
Building is free upon presentation of the student identification
Friday, February 15
GYMNASTICS-Iowa-I-M Building-8 p.m.
TRACK-Penn State-Yost Field House-7 p.m.
Saturday, February 16
SWIMMING-Iowa-Varsity Pool-1:30 p.m.
WRESTLING-Michigan State-Yost Field House-3 p.m.
BASKETBALL-Illinois-Yost Field House-8 p.m.
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