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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'AGE

X. DECEMBRR14, 19331

Puckmen Display Brilliant Form In Beating Colgate,

7 To

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Michigan Gridders
Will Join Eastern
Team December 20
Chuck Bernard and Herm Ever-
hardus, the two Michigan football
players who have been selected by
Coach Dick Hanley of Northwestern
to play on the East team in the an-
nual Shriner's benefit game in San
Francisco New Year's Day will join
the other members of the team at
Evanston, Ill., in time to leave with
the squad December 20.
Both Bernard and Everhardus
plan to spend a few days at their
homes in Benton Harbor and Kala-
mazoo respectively before joining
with the other 20 gridders who will
attempt to bring victory to the east-
ern forces.
Hanley and Andy Kerr, Colgate
coach, have each named 11 players
from the Mid-West and Atlantic sea-
board to represent the East in the
charity contest.
30 Wrestlers Are
In Semi-Final Bouts
Over 70 wrestlers took part in the
preliminaries of the annual All-Cam-
pus tournament yesterday at the
wrestling room of the Intramural
Building.
The number was narrowed down
to the 30 who will take part in the
semi-final and final matches today at
4:00 p. mn. and 7:30 p. m. The finals
will be held at the large gym.
Oren Parker showed splendid form
in the 165 pound division, and won
both of his matches by falls, the
last one being over Tony Dauksza.
He will meet Lawton today in the
semi-final and the winner of this
match will take the winner of the
Ponto-Ross bout for the final.
Seymour Rubin also came through
to the semi-final round and will meet
Slocum, a member of the freshman
squad.
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Maroon Goalie
Turns In Good
Defense Record
Michigan Shows Improved
Offensive Play In One-
Sided Contest
By DON BIRD
The Wolverine varsity hockey team
hung up its third consecutive victory
of the season last night against Col-
gate's Maroons, 7 to 1. It was Col-
gate's third night on ice, and Michi-
gan had little difficulty in checking
the Maroon's occasional threats.
The outstanding performance of
the game was turned in by Hoff, Col-
gate goalie, who made 39 stops, many
of them the bullet drives from John-
ny Sherf's stick. Hoff was the Ma-
roon's redeeming performer in the
absence of either good offense or de-
fense.
Michigan Play Smoother
The entire Michigan squad played
a much smoother game than here-
tofore. Tommy Stewart, offense
spare, showed improvement in both
his passing and skating and was
heartily commended by Coach Low-
rey after the game.
Larry David, playing with an in-
jured shoulder, brought the near ca-
pacity crowd to its feet time after
time with his characteristic air-tight
defensive maneuvers. His unassisted
score in the second period with only
four Wolverines on the ice was the
most thrilling play of thegame.
Woolsey Wheeler Scores
John Sherf and Avon Artz tied for
high-scoring honors of the evening,
with two goals each. Sherf had two
assists to Artz and Capt. David in
the third period. Woolsey Wheeler
tallied the lone Maroon goal after
nine minutes of the final stanza on
a neat solo dash. Taking the puck
from center ice, he evaded David and
'Chapman and flicked it over Jewell's
prostrate body into the cordsasthe
Michigan goalie came out to stop
him.
Only in the second period did Col-
gate threaten, and this merely while
Michigan's spares were on the ice.
Throughout the contest the Red
Raiders' skating was wobbly and
their passing was far below the
Michigangstandard. Capt. George
David, the Wolverine checking for-
ward, and Johnny Sherf kept the
puck out of Michigan territory, leav-
ing it for Larry David to score for
Michigan in this period. Capt. Da-
vid came through to make his first
score of the season early in the third
period on an assist from Sherf.
Chapman Gets Final Tally
With 15 seconds to play in the
hectic third period, Ted Chapman
twice brought the puck up the ice
and skated in vain around the Col-
gate goal. On his third try he put
on an unusual exhibition of puck-
handling and slipped it past Hoff
into the corner of the net for the
seventh and final Michigan score.
LINEUP S
Michigan Pos. Colgate
Jewell ........Goal...........Hot
Chapman ......LD.... McDonough
L. David .......RD...... Pumphruy
Artz ............ C........ Speckel
G. David (c) . .LW.. Galbraith (c)
Sherf ..........R W ..... Tompkins
Michigan spares -Stewart, Mc-
Eachern, Courtis, Ondredonk.
Colgate spares -Billings, Aber-
crombie, Wheeler, Ackerstrom.
First period - Scoring: Michigan;
Sherf, :17. Sherf, 12:50. Penalties-
Michigan, Chapman; Colgate, Gal-
braith.
Second Period --Scoring: Michi-
gan; L. David, 17:20. .Penalties-
Michigan, Sherf, Chapman. Colgate,

Tompkins, Wheeler.
Third period - Scoring: Michigan;
G. David (Sherf), 2:30; Artz (Sherf),
12:00; Artz, 14:34; Chapman, 19:52.
Colgate; Wheeler, 9:30. Penalties -
Michigan, Sherf, 2.
Referee- Percy Taub, Detroit.
I, F

PLAY & BY-PLAY
By AL NEWMAN ,

Varsity And 'B'
Basketball Men - R
In Last WorkoutS
HOCKEY TODAY
This afternoon marks the last
Jayvees Win From Grand gathering of women hockey candi-
Rapids 18-13;!Jablon- dates before the Christmas vacation.
The practice will begin at 1:30 p. m.
Ski Leads Scoring and will be held in the Varsity Arena.

coach, will be on hand to 'conduct
the workout. Although Lowrey was
not able to drill the co-eds in last
week's practice, he will be at the
Arena today to direct all women who
report. After the holidays the winter
sports program now under way will
be concluded for women.
Charlie Belanger, well-known pugi-
list, has engaged in 201 fights since
he started fighting in 1912. He was
then 18 years of age. Belanger calls

The Ice Industry Again.
* :
COACH EDDIE LOWREY'S LADS
of the ice industry put on a nice
hockey exhibition last night and
don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
On last night's showing they were
a great deal better than a good many
of the teams which sent the Wol-
verines down to defeat last season.
All of which goes to show that the
boys are whipping into shape. They
beat Colgate's Red Raiders seven'
goals to one. Of course, it was Col-I
gate's first game, and only their third
time on the ice this season and this
probably accounts for the fact that
the defensemen were so immobile and
the forward trio so ineffective as to
be almost superfluous.
It was Hoff, the goalie, who was in
form last night. He really did great
work down there in a perfect rain
of Michigan shots. . . . stopping thir-
ty-nine, most of them close ones
which should have scored.
Still, the Maize and Blue put on a
great display of passing. There was
a great deal more in the way of

concerted effort on the part of the;
Wolverines.
JOHNNY SHERF TURNED IN HIS
USUAL good offensive game, skat-'
ing around the Red defense time
and again, only to have a perfect
shot stopped by the goalie. However,
he did manage to push a few past
the Colgate defender.
Larry David, nursing an injured
shoulder, played a nice defensive
game, and even broke away once to,
score a solo effort while but four
Michigan men were on the ice,
counting goalie Jewell.
Tom Stewart played a surprisingly
good game for a spare last night,
while Artz and David showed a great
deal of improvement. And as usu-
al, Ted Chapman was there also. He
was robbed of several good shots by
that alert goalie.
One of the things I liked best about
the game was that a lad named
Woolsey Wheeler played, and so did
another named Robinson Crusoe
Billings. . . paging Man Friday!

Cage Squad Will Leave Friday
For Holiday Ganes In The East

Everybody is welcome - in fact, is Frankie Campbell the hardest punch-
Franklin Cappon, Michigan bas- urged to come and join in all the er he has met during those fights,
ketball mentor, gave the "B" team practices. and Mickey Walker the most capa-
cagers little opportunity for rest Eddie Lowrey, Varsity hockey ble.
after their hard fought victory over
Calvin college Tuesday night, driv -
ing them, along with the Varsity,
through a strenuous offensive drill in
an effort to perfect an attack to be
used against the zone defense the
Wolverines will encounter on their
Eastern invasion.
Coach Cappon has not as yet de-
cided the personnel of the squad
which will leave Ann Arbor tomor-N ,,3P
row for the trip to the East, but it
is expected that twelve players will
make the jaunt.
Michigan Wins, 18-13 -
The Jayvees defeated the Calvin
college quintet in a tight defensive
contest Tuesday night at Grand
Rapids by a score of 18 to 13.Neither HOLIDAYNE W SCARFS
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a slight edge over the Maize andand WOOL
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By MARJORIE WESTERN
Michigan's basketeers, about a doz-
en of coach Cappon's most promising
proteges, will leave Ann Arbor Fri-
day afternoon to tackle four Eastern
quintets in the first intersectional
cage games of the Wolverine 1933
schedule.
In six nights the ambitious cagers
will play Penn, Maryland, Rutgers,
and Temple, and without a breath-
ing space between the last two. Penn
is first on the Eastern card, and will
meet the Wolverines at home on Sat-
urday night.
Sunday will be devoted to sight-
seeing in Washington, and some rest
before the squad encounters Mary-
land on Monday. A rest the next
evening will be followed by the trip
to New Jersey for the Rutgers game,
and then the team will journey back
to Philadelphia for the Temple game
Thursday night.
The battle witheTemple concludes
the pre-Conference season as well as
the Eastern schedule. A two-day
period after this game gives the
members of the squad time to get

home for Christmas, but they have
to return for drill on Dec. 27.
The possibilities are that the start-
ing line-up for the invasion will com-
prise Captain Ted Petoskey, Al Plum-
mer, Fred Allen, Russ Oliver, and
either Manny Fishman or George
Ford. The other squad members
likely to make the trip are John Ja-
blonski, Howard Levine, George Rud-
ness, Chelso Tomagno, Don Black,
Dick Joslin, John Regeczi, and Phil
McCallum.

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