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December 08, 1931 - Image 3

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_____ __ _I - MIC IGAN UAILY
igan Hockey eam to ace atham

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PORTE MAY START
AT DEFENSE POST
Canadian Sextet Seeks Revenge
for Battle Won by Wolves
a Year Ago.
Coach Ed Lowrey's hockey team
will open the regular ice season te-
night against the Chatham puck
chasers of Ontario in the Michigan
Coliseum. The game will start at
8:00 o'clock. New student prices of
35 cents will admit all undergrad-
uates with identification cards.
The Wolverine sextet have two
pre-season games behind them, a
tie with Haley A. C. of Detroit and
an overwhelming 8-1 victory over
Plym6uth, while Chatham lost their
first practice game to Windsor Mic
Macs 1-0. -
Won Last Year.
Last year Michigan emerged the
victor 3-1, but the vistors tonight
will present a vastly improved puck
team over their squad of last sea-
son. Michigan's team was the Big
Ten championship winner 1 a s t
year while the Wolverines of 1931
have yet to hit their mid-season
smoothness.

New Minnesota Coach A r T nii1

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Sophomores and newcomers may'
determine the outcome of the en-
counter as three of the Wolverine
starters tonight are playing their
first year on the Varsity. Porte has
an even chance to replace McCal-
lum as the right defense for Mich-
igan. Coach Lowrey was pleased
with the former's exhibition against
Plymouth Saturday night and may
give him the call over the red-
headed defenseman.
Peardon Stars as Goalie.
Chatham will present a goalie in
Peardon that rivals Captain Tomp-
kins in efficiency. Peardon's great
saves featured their pre-season
game and Coach Lowrey has given
his forwards special drills in evad-
ing the Ontario ace.
Kieth Crossman and 'Emmy' Reid
form -one of the best passing com-
binations that Michigan has offer-
ed in the last three years. The;two
roommates play together like 'sia-
mese twins and Coa.ch Lowrey con-
siders them worthy. of National
Honors.
Petoskey Leaves Squad.
Curren, wing man on the Ma-
roons, is slated to furnish the fire-
works for tonight's match. He has
set out several penalties for fight-
ing and is Chatham's hardest work-
er on the ice.
Ted Petoskey has given up hockpy
and .turned out for basketball, it
was announced last night. Al-
though /a first-rate skater, he did
not have the experience necessary
as a stick-handler.'
Starting Lineups:
Michigan Pos. Chatham
Tompkins . .' .. .G......Peardon
Chapman.....RD.......Sadlier
Porte or
McCallum .. . LD......Reynolds
David........RW.......Curren
Crossman ......C.....Hinnegan
Reid.........LW.. Riseborough
Spares: Michigan, Sindles, Frum-
kes. Chatham, A. Stevens, B. Stev-
ens, Rouble, Boehmer, Harding,
Balmer, Crouchman.

Associated Press Photo.
B. W. "Bernie" Bierman,' head
football coach at Tulane University,
who has been named to succeed H.
O. Crisler, as football mentor at
Minnesota. Bierman, a graduate
of the Gopher school, played on
the eleven there during his college-
days.
WRESTLING -MATCH
TO -BE HELD TODAY

Inter-Fraternity
Carded by
Depart

Competition Is
Intramural
tment.

Entries for the Inter-fraternity
wrestling tournament to be held
from 7:00 o'clock to 10:00 o'clock
this eyening will close at 5:30 this
afternoon. This time is also the
deadline on weighing-in for these
bouts. The official weighing-in
starts at three o'clock in the after-
noon, arnd may be done at either
Waterman gymnasium or the In-
tramural building.
Phi Beta Delta, winner of the
tourney for the last two years has
entered a team this year. No let-
termen or winners of class numer-
als in the sport are eligible to com-
pete. The prelininary bouts, to be
held tonight, wig each last five
minutes, with two minutes over-
time in case of 'a draw.
Thirty seconds advantage in these
bouts will constitute a decision, and
but three pounds overweight will
be allowed\ for each weight class.
No champions will be awarded un-
less there are at least three en-
trants in a class.
Two men must be entered in or-
der that a fraternity may be award-
ed entrance points. The finals of
the contests in each weight are to
be held on Wednesday afternoon.

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J S'prise,
You'd think a man who had been around
as much as Santa couldn't have many
surprises.
But he can. And he's lived and learned:
A modern Miss, 'Santa has found, is
a practical young lady who buys her gifts
for men at a man's store.
And this being a practical Christmas, we
have made all the necessary preparations:
Intelligent suggestions gladly given;
Gifts of every conceivable kind, size
and price.

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