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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

LLOYD GRAFF

'M' Icer Polonic Turns Pro

Here's Challenge
To Trivia Experts
Tie goal of the University is not to provide answers but to
provoke questions, or so the bureaucratic catalogue writers and PR
men say in their pensive moments.
Well, after four years here, and some 20 on the planet I've
got quite a few bothersome queries which I've decided to toss out
today in the hopes that you skimmers can come up with some
authentic replies.
First of all, was Giapetto, in the Pinocchio tale married? If so,
who was his wife?
Who was the third baseman in the Cub infield of Tinkers to
Evers to Chance?
Who was Johnny VanderMeer's catcher when he pitched his
consecutive no-hitters?
What were Ma and Pa Kent's first names in the Superman
comic, and did Clark Kent's glasses have any lenses?
What tribes did Chief Thunderthud and Tonto belong to?
Was Rocky Marciano ever knocked down, and if so, by whom?
Did anybody ever send in a "reasonable facsimile" of a boxtop
to a cereal maker?
Why did Captain Midnight change his name to Jet Jackson?
Captain Midnight had more class?
What was the name of Sky King's plane?
What ever happened to Jerry Lee Lewis after he maried his
13-year-old sweetheart?
,What brand of cigars does Red Auerbach light up when Boston
takes a.30-point lead? Where is Gene Guarillia now?,
Who was Alex Olmedo's doubles partner when the U.S. won the
Davis Cup?
Did Lou Berberet ever bat over .200 in the Major Leagues?
Who was Crusader Rabbit's (the predecessor of Rocky and
his Friends) companion? Remember, he was the equivalent of
Bullwinkle except dumber.
Was Ming finally destroyed by Flash Gordon or does he continue
to live? Has he really been reincarnated as Mao Tse Tung?
What other famous song has Sheb Woolley composed besides the
Flying Purple People Eater?
What are the five NBA teams which Paul Seymour has coached?
Who was the last of the St. Louis Browns to play in the Majors?
Whati fort did Rin Ti,-. Tin work out of, and what was the
name of Rinty's boy?
Who played Alfalfa in. the Our Gang Coinedies. And what were
the names of The Three Stooges. Larry, Curly, and?
Who is the bantamweight champion of the world?
What ever happened to Bill Haley and his Comets?
Have Lou Thezz or Antonina Rocca ever lost a wrestling match?
How much did Haystacks Calhoun weigh, and where are Skull
Murphy, Killer Kowalski, Sweet Daddi Sikki, The Volkov Broth-
ers, Seaman Thomas, (Nature Boy) Buddy Rodgers, and Tiger
Tiersky who had only four teeth and used them all in the ring?
What is Soupy Sales' favorite pie?
Who played Bud in Father Knows Best?
How did the Toledo Mud Hens get their name?
What comic book character's favorite word was SHAZAM?
What Roller Derby teams do Annis Jensen and Bobby Matiere
skate for?
Who was Rudy Kazooty's girl friend?
What teams did Cliff Mapes and Lou Skeezus come up with and
who were they eventually traded to?
What was the name of the Kansas City entry in the American
Basketball League?
And what college did Bevo Francis attend and where is he now?
If you can answer more than three quarters of these ques-
tions, you deserve some recompense; perhaps a tattered copy of
Collier's Magazine'
Koufax A Cops
Cy Young Laurels'

By JIM TINDALL
MICHIGAN HOCKEY OBITU-
ARY: Lost to the Toronto Maple
Leafs organization one (1) 220
pound defenseman. Name: Tom
Polonic.
For many Michigan hockey fans
it will seem unbelievable, but it
remains a fact that Tom Polonic,
whose honors and awards would
cover anyone's hockey stick, for-
feited his senior year of college
hockey at Michigan for a chance
to work up through the Toronto
farm system.
Polonic's decision was made
completely without the knowledge
of Coach Al Renfrew who had
been relying on the burly defense-
man to be the cornerstone and
building block of Michigan's de-
fense this year. Reflecting on the
loss Renfrew said yesterday, "He
was a fine hockey player, but we
are going to have to get along
without him. The first news I
had of his decision was when I
called his home this fall, and his
mother said that he might go to
the Leaf' training camp."
Polonic Attends Camp
The facts are still sketchy but
they go something like this: a few
weeks ago, Polonic attended the
Toronto training camp and was
offered a five-game tryout with
their farm club in Tulsa. The
Tulsa club is one set up for the
development of young hockey tal-
ent. The team is only allowed to
carry five players over the age'
of 25 on their roster. According
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to Barry MacDonald, the Tulsa
team is highly respected, and in;
order to make it a player has to
"be a real good pro prospect."
There was never any question
as to Polonic's ability in college
hockey from the very first time he
stepped on the Coliseum ice two
years ago. That was one of Mich-
igan's big hockey years with Po-
Ionic and Roger Galipeau on de-
fense, Gordie Wilkie, Gary But-
ler, and Jack Cole on offense,
and Bob Gray in the nets, the
Wolverines marched all the way
to the NCAA championship. Along
the way they won the WCHA, Big
Ten, and Press Trophy titles.
All-America
That season Polonic was voted
to the WCHA All-Star team, the
NCAA All-tournament team, and
the All-America squad for the
western part of the country.
The Toronto defenseman was
also sixth in conference scoring
which was slightly unbelievable
for a defenseman. He was the
only defenseman in the top 15
scorers that year.
Last year the graduation losses
were heavy and Coach Renfrew
had to forego some of the wide-
open play that had made Michi-
gan famous the year before and
stress the fundamentals of hock-
ey to his young team. As a result,
the defenseman had to remain
on the blueline to protect the goal-
ie a lot more than the year be-
fore which cut into Polonic's scor-
ing; however, he did tally three
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goals and eight assists which was
second best among league defense-
men.
Captain Martin Gone
Among the other names that
will be missing from last year's
fifth-place team in the WCHA
will be Dave Newton, Wilfred
Martin, captain, Pierre Dechaine,
Alex Hood, and Marty Read. This
group served as the core of Mich-
igan's team last year, and will
have to be replaced by juniors
who picked up a year's experience
last season, four of last year's
regulars and a few newcomers.
Renfrew is shooting for three
forward lines this year as he has
in the past.
Wakabayashi Injured
The work of the offensive lines
has been hampered somewhat
since Michigan's All-America cap-
tain and center, Mel Wakabaya-
shi, will be out of action for an-
other few days with strained liga-
ments in his knee. The injury is
not regarded as serious and the
"Mighty Mite" is expected to be
back on the ice soon.
Trying out for the other two
center spots are Bob Baird, who
is filling in on the first line for
the injured Wakabayashi; Bruce
Koviak, Bob Boysen, and Ron Ul-
lyot. Both Koviak and Ullyot are
sophs.
Herman in Nets
In the nets a sophomore, Har-
old Herman, is making last year's
starter, Greg Page, "really work
to keep his job," according to Ren-
frew. Herman's work shows a "lot
of potential" and thus Renfrew
regards the goalie spot as a little
more solid and consistent than last
season when Page faced the al-
most impossible job of filling in
for Bob Gray after being out of
competitive hockey for a full year.
"What this team lacks in ex-
perience," said Renfrew yesterday,
"they make up for in spirit and
enthusiasm and a lot of times
that will make up for some other
deficiencies. 'I think that the
league will be rough, but we have
the potential to go somewhere."
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Wolverine end Jack Clancy was
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moved to the' front and center as
prime Midwest All-America foot-
ball candidates this week.
The latest report of the Asso-
ciated Press screening board heap-
ed praise on Clancy, wingman
Aaron Brown of Minnesota, and
Bo Batchelder of Illinois.
Clancy's four pass catches for
104 yards in Michigan's 50-14 rout
of Wisconsin gave him a total of
34 for a season record at a school
which produced such legendary
receivers as Bennie Oosterbaan,
Ron Kramer, John Henderson and
Lowell Perry.
Mack Also Praised
Board member Bob Pille of the
Detroit Free Press, while laud-
ing split end Clancy, converted
from halfback in September, also
tabbed Michigan's Tom Mack the
equal to any offensive tackle in
the country.
Others who remained high on
the board's All-America checklist
included Illini fullback Jim Gra-
bowski, pressing his quest for the
Heisman Trophy with a dynamic
day against Purdue; halfback

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B O ST O N (A3) -,Left-handerj
Sandy Koufax, the backbone of
the Los Angeles Dodgers' drive for
the National League pennant and'
the World Series championship,
was a unanimous choice yesterday
as winner of the Cy Young Award
as baseball's best pitcher for 1965.
Koufax thus became the first
repeat winner in the 10 ,years
since the award was established
by Commissioner Ford Frick. Kou-
fax also repeated as the only man,
ever to win the award unani-
mously.
The 29-year-old Koufax was a
unanimous winner in 1963, the
year he. was named the National
League's most valuable player.
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erage in the major leagues, 2.04;
the most wins, 26; the most in-
nings pitched, 336, and the most
strikeouts, 382.
The voting by a committee of
the Baseball Writers Association
of America was done prior to the
World Series and was based on
regular season performances only.
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NBA
Detroit 110, Philadelphia 100
Baltimore 129, New York 114
Cincinnati 122, San Fran. 108
NHL
Toronto 2, New York 2 (tie)
Boston 2, Chicago 2 (tie)

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