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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'

FRIDAY,

farsity Ice e
& MY' \EID I AS All-American Goalie
MHOCKEY MATCH
Lain Tompkins Saves Many(
coals as Opponents Drive
Shots at Him.
By John Thomas /'
ter tying Michigan in the final z
tes of the regular match, 2°
the Haley Atheltic Club of
oit swept down the ice. with . M
10 seconds remaining in the ' C -
ime and again tied up the
'erine hockey team 3 to 3. Reid
previously hooked one into the
n the extra session.
th teams were to tired to con-
the spirited contest but Coach
nry re-scheduled Haley for Dec.
r 11, so that the tie could be
ged into a victory or defeat.
h Lowery, who returned for
game tonight, stated that he
particularly impressed with
showing of McCallum, Chap-
, and David, all playing their
Michigan hockey game. Captain Tompkins kept his team
Reid is Outstanding Star. in the running last night against
imy Reid was the outstanding the strong Haley A. C. of Detroit
Live star in the practice game with sensational goal-stops. With-
ng two goals and an assist. The out his brilliant playing the oppon-
'ark of Michigan's offensive ents would have scored on some of
9 rested upon his shoulders and the 32 attempts that Tompkins
e of Keith Crossman. These kept from the net.
regulars of last year's team-
a newcomer, David, formed the
aine. wfNTET PR TC
id opened the scoring with a
:ght shot from the defense line O I
5half of the first period had l*
ed. He raised the shot so that
arried oerLgoalieAddelo' FiC
However Landy came back
a goal when he took a pass Coach Cappon Stresses Offensive'
A. Bingham and drove the in Game That Will Mark
past Tompkins. Both teams
ed to be feeling out the other His Debut as Mentor.
is frame.1
irited Play in Second Period. Michigan's first string cagers wentl
wever in the second period, through their first light drill yes-
y spirited playing began. Haley terday afternoon in the series pre-
ed drive after drive down the paring them for their initial con-
nly to have Captain Tompkins test to be held here next Monday
e their efforts aside by bounc- night. They will face the team rep-
he puck off his stick. Late in resenting Western State Teachers
period Crossman pounded the college of Kalamazoo, a quintet
into the net after it had which is almost an unknown quan-
ced out in front of the goal .tity this season.
eid's drive. Addelson tried to Yesterday's routine began as us-
p it aside but Keith beat him ual with fifteen minutes of practice
and scored. shots, with a steady improvement
the third 18-minute period, noticeable on the part of the var-s
less than 5 minutes to go Rob- sity. Captain Daniels and the otherc
Continued on Page 7) football men, though certainly re-_
I gaining their eyes for the basket,
Lirieups- showed up poorly in this depart-
.igan Pos. Haley A. C. ment ascompared with their usual
pkins......G......Addelson mid-season accuracy.
man :....RD.......Decker Dribbling, pivoting, passing and
allum ..... LD. . .......Myers short shots next received attention,
d.........RW........Landy with the speed of the football men
sman .......C... . A. Bingham again comparing unfavorably with
..........LW... E. Bingham that of the basketeers who have
ng by periods: been practicing longer.
1st 2nd 3rd O.T. tot De Forest Eveland, flashy varsity
tigan ... '1 1 "0 1 3 forward aain demonstrated in this

amHEWITT OF MOST BIG'
VALUE TO WLVES AS
Placed in Line for Cup Awarded Thistle
by Tribune to Big Ten Man Cri
Most Valuable to Team.

by

Ia1e r

in Overtime,

3

KED TO RESIGN

Named Pirate Pilot

Rice
of

Sinus Praise
ofWolverine Team

i1

thwaite, of Wisconu
sler of Minnesota, Are
Under Fire.

sin,

"Bill" Hewitt, hard driving full-
back, has been selected by the Now that most of the colle es in
members of the Wolverine varsity the country have packed away the
as the "most valuable player to his moleskins for another year, and the
team." This selection places him three-way tie for the Conference
in line for the trophy awarded an- p
nually by the Chicago Tribune toc mpionshipits an matter of hsy
the most valuable man to his teamtonstuts andthluBigoTnay
in the Big Ten. institutions in the Big Ten arc
Hewitt after being switched to outhglustily for the resignation
fullback from his end post proved of their head football coaches
to be a sensation. Besides being Noteworthy among these are the I
a power on defense he was the cen- Universities of Wisconsin and Min-
ter of the Wolverine attack. His nesota.
57 yard run against Minnesota pro- T Has Hat Mediocre Succes h
vided the winning margin for his The loudest shouts come from the.
teamuhHeitsspcat supprters of Wisconsin's eleven.
Ai .though teclehwas Ever since Glenn Thistlethwaite
Arivinglthrough theitnspecahewas left Northwestern in 1927 after
equally efficient at skirting the making an envious record there,
ends and sliding off tackle. He was and took up the coaching reins at
also a capable passer and pass re- Wisconsin, he has met with medio-
ceiver p cre success. This year, after win-
eher hepae tedO ning from Purdue, the Wisconsin
Whetherfullback he was usually the shin- adherents thought perhaps they
ing light of the Wolverine attack would have a successful season, but
Against Illinois where he made when the final game with Michigan
his debut as a member of the back- had been played,mWisconsin had
field he succeeded in crossing the won three and lost three Confer-
Indian line only once, but his re- ence games. And now criticism of
peated thrusts at the Indian line Coach Thistlethwaite is sharper
in marches down the field made at than ever, and the demands for his
least two more possible. He provid- resignation are insistent.
ed most of the offensive fireworks It was expected that the regents
against Princeton, Indiana and at Wisconsin would make their de-
Wisconsin. Although the wet field cision last Wednesday, but any
nullified his efforts to some extent action was postponed until next
in the Michigan State game, he was Wednesday. The feeling current is
still able to make an impressive that the board will abide by any
showing. suggestion made by George Little,
Other Big Ten stars who have director of athletics. Last year the
been selected as "most valuable" staunch support of Little and the
by theirlteammates are Jim Pur- football team influenced the board
vis, of Purdue; Captain Sarm Hor- to retain Thistlethwaite by a re-
witz, of Chicago; Paul "Tiny" En- ported vote of 5 to 4. This year it
gebretson, of Northwestern; and may be different as it is generally
Oliver Sansen, of Iowa. felt that one of the supporters of
That Hewitt is facing some for- the coach has gone over to the
midable opposition for the Tribune- other side. Considering all this op-
trophy can be ascertained by a re- position against him, it is very
view of thebrecords of these stars doubtful that Thistlethwaite will
Purvis was the most consistent again be the Badger coach.
ground gainer in the Boilermaker Dorais May Join Badgers.
backfield.aHis 12 yard jaunt around Many successors to Coach Thistle-
right end was the blow that crusherthwaite have been mentioned, and
ed Northwestern's hopes of an un- among them being Fritz Criser of
disputed Big Ten championship. Minnesota, who himself is under
d fire, Gus Dorais of the University
of Detroit, Andy Kerr of Colgate,
SOPHOMORES Harry Stuhdreher of Villanova, one
All sophomores wishing to try iof the famous Four Hoursemen, and
out for track manager please re-'"Pop" Warner Of Stanford.
port at Yost Field house any Over at Minnesota, Coach H. O.
afternoon at 4 o'clock. y Crisler is also in a "hot-spot." Mi -
Dave Louis, Mgr. nesota fans are shouting for his
Continued on Page 7)
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Morrison Rated th Ticknor
by Sports Authority.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton
Sport writers like to sing the
praises of great offensive elevens
that plough through their oppo-
nents almost at will. Critics rave
about Marchey Schwartz, Barry
Wood and the host of other stars
that twinkle when points are need-"
ed to win games. But Grantland
Rice, the greatest of them all, still
appreciates the work of a great
defensive eleven, and the equally
outstanding work of a master cen-
ter and brilliant fullback.
The defensive side of the
game has a tendency to be un-
der-developed in this day of
huge scores and power teams.
sequently it is doubly welcome
to see the Wolverines, "Doc"
, Morrison and Bill Hewitt praised
by such a critic as Rice, who
has stepped into Walter Camp's
shoes as the leading football
authority writing for any paper
Continued on Page 7)

DIRECTORS CONrERp
ON SPORT EVENTS
CHICAGO, Dec. 3.-:(P)-Western
conference athletic directors and
coaches will foregather in Chicago
tomorrow for their annual winter
meeting, to arrange schedules and
to talk abont such things as charity
contests and an alment described
a. nliig o t.h e gate receipts.
While the directors and coaches
are holding their various meetings,
the faculty committee on athletic.
will get together, probably in secret,
for their annual session.
Football schedules for -1932 are
ready and need only to be approved,
but the annual indoor and outdoor
track and field champonship dates
must be selected and awarded. This,
however, probably will leave plenty
of time for the football coaches to
dwell on the unexpected outcome of
the championship race, and to ex-
change notes on the financial situ-
ation.
Crowds last fall were "ofi" to an
alarming extent and retrenchments
may cause curtailment of schedules,
especially in minor sports, the prob-
Continued on Page 7)

Associated Press Photo
George "Mooney" Gibson, newly
named manager of the Pittsburgh
Pirates. He will replace Jewel Ens,
who had a very disastrous year in
1931. Gibson saw service as a catch-
er with the Bucs and the New York
Giants some years back. Gibson
piloted the Toronto team in the
International league in 1919.
UNION SPONSORS
ATHLETIC EVENTS
A handicap bowling tournament,
sponsored by the Union, will be in-
augurated next week. Its purpose
is to give average and poor bowl-
ers a chance to compete against l
men that are consistantly in the I
upper ranks.
Each entrant will bowl several
trial rounds and will be given a
handicap in accordance with his
score. Registration will start this
afternoon, at the student offices,,
in the Union and will continue SPt-
urday and Monday afternoons.
Play in the tournament will'com-
mence some time next week, to be
announced later.
Registration for the freshman and
sophomore basketball elimination
contests will continue also today,
Saturday, and Monday.

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