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DAY, NOV. 29, 1932 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
abler Declared Ineligible On Eve Of Year's Opening Hockey

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Game

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Veteran Not To

Rambler Back Gains Through Army Line In 21-0 Victory

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Service In

All-Campus Meet
For Wrestlers,
Sta tG! D I 1 .

Gopher Coach Hopes For Early
Season Defeat For His Quintet

Contest Tonight
White Star Six, Defeated'
By Wolves Last Season,
SeekingRevenge
Lineup Is Doubtful
Absence Of Gabler Will
Cause Change; Sherf,
Reid May Be Shifted
By ALBERT E. NEWMAN
The crowd's roar and the keen
bite of steel on ice will inaugurate
Michigan's hockey season tonight as
Coach Ed Lowery's Wolverine sextet
will meet the White Star A. C. ag-
gregation on the VarsityArena sur-
face at 8 p. m. The contest promises
to be a thriller, and the premiere of
the popular winter sport is expected
to bring out a large number of spec-
tators.
White Star will present a combina-
tion already victorious in its debut
of the season against the Windsor
Mic Macs. The A. C. came out on
top when McDonald, an alternate in
the forward wall, scored on a re-
bound shot in an overtime period,
winning the battle 5-4. This game
was a presentation of the Michigan-
Ontario Hockey League; the Whitea
Stars this year have combined with
the Haley A. C. to form a formidable
club.

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(Associated Press Photo)
Nick Lukats, stellar Notre Dame halfback, is shown gaining through a hole in Army's line in Saturday's
game, which the Ramblers won, 21-0. The game was played in the Yankee Stadium in New York.
Paul Melniker Is
F ir st hi O pen
FROM THE PRESNOTHirMAS BOIXOen
By JOHN THOMAS IHarrier Event

kJt. Ir s ecI.J %. j- 1A MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 28.-()-1
Dave MacMillan of the University of
Independent Harriers To Minnesota is one coach who hopes
his team will get a drubbing-the
Run Tomorrow; Archery sooner the better.
Club To Meet Sunday The veterans are Capt. Bradbury
Robinson and Walter Sochacki, for-
The All-Campus wrestling meet wards; Wells Wright, center, and Vir-
will take place at the Intramural gil Licht and Myles Mace, guards.
building on Dec. 13, 14 and 15. En- 1 Looking forward to building a bas-
trants will be weighed in on the aft- I ketball quintet that will at least
ernoon of Dec. 12. The preliminaries equal the record
will start on Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 4 of the last two
p. m. in the wrestling room. On years - ties for
Wednesday will be the semi-final runner-up in the
matches at 4 p. m. The finals will Big Ten - he be-
take place Dec. 15 in the big gym- believes the out-
nasium. - look would be bet-
All men are eligible to enter the tered by a practice
meet except those who have Varsity season defeat.
letters in wrestling. MacMillan, with
Each entrant will be allowedtwo LICHT ivek etter men
pounds overweight in any class. j LCI back, one for each
There will be eight separate weights: post, expects more strength than a
120, 128, 137, 147, 157, 167, 177, and year ago. But, he added, indications
heavyweight classes, are that most other conference quints
The preliminaries will be seven will be more powerful too.
minutes long and the finals will take The Gophers open the season Sat-
ten minutes. The winner of each
class will be awarded with a gold
plaque. Refereeing will be taken care
of by Varsity wrestling men.
An independent cross-country run
will be held at 5:15 p. m. Wednesday,
Nov. 30. The event, will be run over
a course shorter than the regular 8 4nniV. ei.s
Varsity track, the former course be-
ing approximately one and one-half Feature V a ue
miles long.Fe t rau
This year's race is expected to
have more men competing than that
held last year. The number last year
was only 18. The team consisting of
Melniker, Jorve, and Hilty won the.ALSm
event with the best team score, but
Potchynok finished in first place. is now ava
All members of the Archery Club
will meet at the Field House on Sun- every man
day, Dec. 4, in order to select a team cluding a
to represent the school at an inter-
scholastic meet to be held Dec. 11.
Either one or two teams, each con-
sisting of four men, will be chosen.
The club meets regularly on Sun- A Full Dr
days from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m. and
on Wednesdays from 6:30 p. m. to Dull Calf
8 p. m. Members are furnished bows
as far as possible but are requested
to bring their own arrows. I z

urday against the University
South Dakota here.
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Harry Newman and two other Var-
sity football men were guests at a
football banquet last night in honor
of the Holly high school class C state
champions.
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"THE UNDERSIGNED committee of sport enthusiasts has, after careful
deliberation, selected the following All-Faculty football team:
"Paul 'Skippy' Cuncannon, one of the fastest dash men of the East, has
been a tower of strength at right end, noted for his ability to get down un-
der punts. At right tackle, "Fighting" Joe Bursley gets the call over Artie
Cross for his ability to pile it up higher every play. The guard, who does
a lot of work and usually gets no credit, which goes to the backfield, on the
right side of the line, is filled capably by Doc Robins, while Bennie Wheeler,
because of his poise and the weight he carries, is placed at left guard.
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Gabler Out
Disaster loomed for the Wolverines
yesterday as Neil Gabler, stellar de-
fense man, was declared scholastic-
ally ineligible. Gabler played for
Michigan in the seasons of '25 and
'26, when he was known as one of
the outstanding defense men of the
Western 'Conference. He returned
this year to complete his course, and
the news of his ineligibility opens a
wide gap in the Michigan defense.
Coach Lowery is caught on the
horns of a dilemma. He can strength-
en his defense at the expense of his
offense, or, by placing an untried de-
fense man in the lineup, take a
chance on the defense and leave the
attack at full strength. He may move
Emmy Reid, stellar left wing, and
co-captain with Keith Crossman,
back to the vacant post.
Would Spoil Combination
This, however, breaks up the famed;
Reid-Crossman combination which
was responsible for an overwhelming
majority of the Maize and Blue
scores of the past two seasons. Sherf,
sophomore right wing, may be moved
back; or the mentor may place
Courtis or Coventry, defense spares,
into the regular' lineup. This, ac-
cording to Lowery, would be taking
quite a long chance.
Another possibility is that Wil-
liams, another star defense man, may
return to uniform. Family objections
have kept him out this year. Every
effort will be made to have him on
the ice tonight, according to the
coach of the Wolves.
Jewell Is Newcomer
Jewell, sophomore goalie, is a new-
comner to the lineup. He :will endeavor
to fill the shoes of Jack Tompkins,
All-Conference goalie, and captain of
last year. Advance predictions say
that he will fulfill his job capably,
but lack of reserves in the goal-tend-
er's position will mean possible dis-
aster to the Wolverines in the event
of an injury.
The probable lineup for tonight's
game are:
MICHIGAN Pos. WHITE STAR
Jewell. . .. . Goal......McMahon
Chapman. .....LD........Decker
Sherf ..........RD.. .....Wright
Crossman........C.....A. Bigham
Reid ........... LW...E. Bigham
David. .. ......RW......... Landy
Spares: Michigan-Artz, Coventry,
Courtis, Stewart; White Star-Hunt,
Meyers, Sullivan, Kerwin, McDonald.

"Our All-Faculty center is Shirleyv-
Smith, always with his hands on the
ball, "The Man in Possession,"
Johnnie Brumm, one of the best
linemen of the year, rates the call at
left tackle while Eddie Kraus, an-
other fast man, (letter-winner in the1
mile walk at Syracuse) has beenf
placed at the other flank.
"A wealth of backfield materialz
made the choice of our All-Faculty
team rather difficult. Willie Hobbs,
however, has been outstanding att
quarter, because of the deception he
lends to the attack. He barely edged
out Harcourt Caverly who has also
often succeeded in confusing the op-7
position no end. The outstandingc
right half is Alex Ruthven, whose ca-
pacity to pass the ball, the buckt
and lead the interference has beent
grossly underestimated. He makes anj
excellent team mate with Maj Scott,1
Cuncannon ..,......Left End
Bursley .......Left Tackle
Robbins ..:.....Left Guard
Smith ........... . .Center
Wheeler....Right Guard t
Brumm . _ .....Right Tackle
Kraus .......,...Right End t
Hobbs... .....Quarterback
Ruthven (c) Right Halfback
Scott.....LeftHalfback
Leidy .. ...........Fullback
whose blocking ability has been dem-
onstrated in the meetings of the ju-
diciary committee of the interf'a-j
ternity council. The full back job has
beenrdelegated to "Bad Man" Leidy,
terror of the ' law school delegation.
"Needless to say, Coach Donnie
Haines deserves a great deal of credit
for working out the intricate manoe-
vers of this powerful outfit in tin sol-
dier formation. (Several)'
-* * *
"AFTER reading the recent ac-
counts of Michigan's superb
feats on the gridiron I have found it
very disappointing to read the par-
tisan attitude and viewpoints of the
Sports Editor.
"It seems to me that he is unduly
crediting certain members of the
team and neglecting some of the
most important players. During the
Minnesota game the radio announcer
frequently and enthusiastically prais-
ed John Regeezi's punting. But in his

story there were but a few very
grudgingly-given remarks about his
ability.
Jealousy, Grudge Shown ,
"Evidently your Sports (?) Editor
has little signs of good sportsmanship
about him to show his jealousy,
grudge and spite to the public by
neglecting to praise an athlete of
All-American calibre. I hope this
letter makes some impression on the
thick skull of your sports editor.
(Little "s" for little people.)"
"(S. U. Critic)"
These are our sentiments exactly.
Regeezi's punting in the first half
of the above game had a large part
in keeping Minnesota in their own
territory. As a punter he ranks with
the best of them. His shoulder in-
jury kept him from starring as a
blocker, runner, or defensive per-
former but his punting is great.
OVIES of Michigan's 1932 grid-
iron team in action will be added
to the features at the Union tomor-
row. Captain Williamson and Cap-
tain-elect Fay will tell a few secrets
in prepared- speeches. Coach Kipke
and Fielding Harris Yost will match
comments with the student leaders
of the team.
This is the first of several din-
ners and banquets at which these
speakers will talk in the immediate
future.

Paul Melniker, '35, upset the dope
and led the field home in the 2 1 -
mile All-Campus Cross-Country meet
yesterday afternoon. The race was a
handicap event, the handicaps being
determined by the showing of the en-
trants in the Armistice day run and
the Frosh cross-country run.
The winner's time, 15:04, was eight
seconds better than that of Lowe, the
second place man. Melniker finished
high up in the Armistice day event.
He was a member of last year's
freshman harrier squad.
H. Smith, favored to win the event,
finished fourth in the eight-man
field. Third place was won by L.
Quinn. The last three places went
to B. Smith, E. Morgan, and B. Starr.
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