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, V Ws
Unite To Meet Russians
By TOM WITECKI igan State solved the manpower
One of the highlights of this problem by offering the services
winter's sport season will take of their players for the interna-
place on January 6, when the com- tional contest.y
bined forces of the Michigan and To Receive Several Players
9 Michigan State hockey teams face n xe
i9 off against the Russian Olympic Renfrew expects to receive at
team at Detroit's Olympia. least one complete forward line
Original plans which had called from the Spartans, plus several
forghe Wolvns to met te defensemen, a spare goal tender
for the Wolverines to meet thean ohngepfrmteMh-
Russians alone had to be called off an c oach Am Be
last weekend when the NCAA ruled igan state coach Amo Bessone.!
that Coach Al Renfrew could not The combined teams will with-
use his freshmen in the contest t out a doubt face tough competi-
tion from the Russian squad which
Had Been Counting On Frosh is rated as one of the top amateur
Renfrew had been counting on teams in the world today. In the
his first year men, who have been past five years the team repre-
called the best crop of frosh hockey senting Russia has won the world?
players to hit the campus in sev- hockey championship twice, finish-
eral years, to bolster the man- ing second the other three years.
power shortage on his varsity Visitors To Play Six Games i
T a wThe touring visitors, who will BOB WHITE
twelve membhich steral of whom play only six games in the United "* .- Wolverine All American
are hampered by injuries, would States, specialize in the short Michigan's Roster (including
have been severely handicapped by passing, deliberate style of play, freshmen) for tonight's Red
its lack of depth if it had had to in contrast to the rough. hard Wing game.
face the visitors alone. checking game played in the 1 Coyle 10 B. White
However, the S t of Mich- United States and Canada. I sh s tHutton
_._.____ The two traditional rivals will 3 Palenstein 12 McDonald
4 Nielson 14 Kob
I wot S a>~kl0IcfiS. =7.ta .c3-'4have to unite together effectively 5 ochen 16 Mattson
if they hope to stop the high fly- 6 Mateka 17 C. White
Wishing you all a ing Russians. 7 Hayton 18 Hinnegan
71 8 Cushing 19 Kelley
i Very Merry Xmas § --9Berenson
and Michigan scoring this year:
Hap9 Turkey tns Player Goals Assists Total
Happy New Year Hutton 4 it 13
an v aHayton 3 9 12
I..J JO'Oer rait e McDonald 6 4 10
and a Joyous Vacation o ce ileCsin
y Cushing 4 S 9
Mattson 5 4 9
Turkey defeated International, watt 4 3 7
i 1 6-2, to win its second straight ISA white 3 4 7
1"¢ i/ ga'6er"wadtherunnrHorner 4
Isoccer championship. For the Boc hen 1 3 4
715 N. University second year in a row International Childs 1
" ~was the runner up Gourley e 1 1-
Make his a Wolver
M Michigan's wrestling team
showed definite promise for the
remainder of the season as it split
£ He'll love this fitted !its two season-opening dual meets
Jantzen classic made of last weekend.
Five of Coach Cliff Keen's start-
lambswool and orlon in ers, being sophomores, wrestled
popular Westminster their first collegiate matches on
the eastern tour to Cornell and
C Cardigan style. Colors Rutgers. Many sophs find that the
are in grey or brown first college match or two is the
hardest, and the five Wolverines,
striping.' having passed that milestone, will
not have "first-meet jitters" in fu-
$]395 ture engagements.
Michigan Drops Close Decision
On Friday night Michigan
dropped a rather close 18-12 ver-
Also a 100% lambswool cardigan dict to Cornell. This was a credit-
able performance on Michigan's
in plain colors with trim. $1395 part, for Cornell had many fac-
tors working in its favor:
h~ 1) It was the first college meet
for five of Michigan's eight grap-
plers, and the first meet of the
season for the other three; 2) It
was the second meet of the sea-
607 E. Liberty-next to the Michigan Theater son for Cornell; 3) Cornell, de-
fending Eastern Intercollegiate
* ~g team champion, is supposed to

Home Battle May Be Last in Series;
Freshmen To Skate Against W ings
Wings were not faring so well. NHL goal.s And as an extra at-
The Red Wings are in town to- being held to a loss and a tie traction, the crowd - pleasing
night, and it might be for the last
time!, dtby the league leaders. So the pros trainer of the Wings, "Lefty" Wil-
This is the word from Al Ren- will be here looking for a win. son, will probably take his turn, in
frew, Michigan's hockey coach. Though often one-sided, the the nets, accompanied by his ever-
The Red Wing-Wolverine game yearly Red Wing contest is al- present cigar.
which has become an annual af- ways a colorful affair. The Coli- Tickets for this evening's ac-
fair here is in danger of being seum action tonight will also see tion can be obtained all day at
stopped by a league ruling. Al- star net-minder Sawchuck and the A t h I e t i c Administration
though nothing definite has been Gordie Howe, the great Red Wing, Building, or at the Coliseum for
decided, Renfrew reports that, who last saturday became only the two hours prior to the 8 p.m. en-
"The Big Ten is talking about second man in history to score 400 counter.
banning contests with profession-
al teams, and this might be the
last year for us to play the
Must Follow Rules '-
Despite the fact that there is
no Big Ten hockey league as such,
Michigan and the other Western
Conference schools having puck
teams must follow the Conference
rules laid down for all varsity r'-
athletics. If it were not for this,
Coach Renfrew would have been
able to solve many of the depth
problems of his injury-plagued
squad by utilizing his bumper crop
of freshmen icers,
Only Time Frosh Will Play
Tonight's exhibition game will
be the only contest all season in
which the frosh will play. I


As is to be expected, the game
is usually a runaway. Last year
saw the Wings on the long end of
an 11-3 score, but the Wolverines
had a share of the heroics as Pat
Cushing, then a freshman, scored
two of Michigan's three goals
against Terry Sawchuck, the great
Red Wing goalie.
While Michigan was enjoying
their weekend on the ice, the

--Daily-Peter Anderson
ANYONE FOR TENNIS--Michigan's Barry Dayton gives John
Baziw (11) a loving tap with his stick during Saturday night's
Michigan-Mcoill game. Hayton received a minor penalty for his
part in the activity.

ine Wrestlers Show Promise
have an even better squad this Wolverine 137-pounder Jim Ag- matmen were Dennis Fitzgerald
season. new battled to a 3-3 draw with and Don Corriere. Fitzgerald reg-
Wolverines Get Bad Breaks but had the referee istered Michigan's only pin of the
Cornell won, but not by much, ' weekend at Rutgers and won on
and had Michigan gotten a couple not committed a technical error a defaut at Cornell when his op-
of breaks, the outcome might have during the course of the match, ponent separated a shoulder while
been reversed. the score could easily have been Fitzgerald was leading.
The matches that might have 3-2 in Agnew's favor. Corriere Impressive
gone Michigan's way but didn't Michigan's victory at Rutgers Corriere hung up two inipres-
were at 130 and 137 pounds. Cor- Saturday was no fluke. Five Wol- sive decisions over untried oppo-
nell's George Willis won a 5-3 de- verines won matches, four on con- sition. Double losers were Dick
cision over Larry Murray, but at I clusive decisions and one on a fall. Fronczak and Murray. It was the
match's end the Michigan captain And since Rutgers is rated one of 167-lb. Fronczak's luck that he
had Willis flat on his back, and the better Eastern teams, the Wol- drew two of the most outstanding
only the final bell saved him from verine triumph was encouraging. wrestlers in the East as his oppo-
being pinned. Most impressive of the Michigan nents.

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