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SUNiAY, t JUARY 1 2, 119.36

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fighting Wolverine Sextet Beaten By Chatham Maroo

ns, 7-2

Biggest Crowd
Sees Season's
Fastest Game
Fabello Tallies Both Goals
For Varsity As Chatham
Proves Too Good
By FRED BUESSER
Chatham's powerful Maroons un-
leashed a dazzling offense to sweep
over a valiant Wolverine hockey team
7-2, in a fast, hard-checking ice battle
at the Coliseum last night.
Before an overflow crowd of 1,400
wildly-excited fans who jammed
every corner of the arena to see
by far the best hockey game of the
season thus far, the Maroons opened
up a brilliant offensive which had
Michigan fighting back desperately
and playing defensive hockey
throughout the greater part of the
game.
The Wolverines went down fight-
ing in a gallant attempt to match the
speed and power of the three excellent
forward lines which the Maroons
made use of, and except for some
sloppy goal tending by Reed. Low,
Michigan might have gone into the
third period with the score tied at
one all.
Looks Good
Irving Shalek who replaced Low
in the Michigan cage at the start
of the second period, shut out the
Maroons in the second stanza. Sha-
lek allowed four goals in the last
period, but on two of these he had no
chance to save, and in addition he
robbed Chatham of at least a half
dozen scores as he displayed real
form in smothering shots from men
in the clear.
Johnny Fabello flashed back into
the Wolerine hockey picture last
night and fully atoned for his last
week's reversal of form as he banged
in both Michigan tallies.
Jack Merrill and Vic Heyliger
played aggressive games for Michigan
as they outbattled a heavier and more
experienced club. Before the sgame
Coach Eddie Lowrey was kidding
Smoke Reynolds, the giant who used
to play hockey for the Michigan
coach when he acted as mentor of the
Queen's College team 15 years ago.
Reynolds, not only played a stellar
defensive game, but got a goal unas-
sisted in the final period when he
stick handled past the defense and
blazed in a drive from fifteen feet
out.
Score Early
Art Sadlier, who last year caused
the Wolverines so much trouble, was
held closely in check throughout the
game, but managed to collect one goal
and an assist.
Bob Simpson and Dick Griggs both
played great roles as reliefman and
enabled the starting six to take short
rests while they held the invaders in
check.
The Maroons got off to an early
lead in the opening period after
Berryman had split the defense only
to have the puck roll off his stick in
the goal mouth. Bobby Wilson shot
on . Low, who made the save, but
Rennegan rode in to bat in the re-
bound.
In the midst of a power play,
Johnny Fabello got hold of the puck
at the Maroon red line and archedI
a shot that caught the lower right]
hand corner as Peardon hit the ice
a moment late.
Dawson Penalized
With the score tied at one all, the
two teams battled it out on even
terms. Heyliger broke into the clear
with only one defenseman to beat, but
Ches Dawson skated up from behind
and cut him down with a nasty cross

Stars For Michigan

Cagers Leave Tonight
To Battle Boilermakers
The Michigan basketball squad
will leave at 8 p.m. today for
Lafayette, Ind., to meet the Pur-
due cagers Monday night at the
Jefferson High School gym in its
third Big Ten encounter of the
season.
Coach Cappon named 12 men
to take the trip including Jake
and Earl Townsend, John Gee,
Chelso Tamagno, George Rudness,
Matt Patanelli, Earl Meyers, John
Jablonski, Dick Evans, Herm
Fishman, lion Brewer and Manny
Slavin.
Coach Piggy Lambert will put
his fastest combination on floor
made up of Capt. Bob Kessler,
Jewel Young, Ed Elliot, Glen
Downey and Pat Malaska, trust-
ing to speed to overcome Michi-
gan's superior height. -
Assistant Coach Dutch Fehring
was in the stands last night to
see Michigan down Minnesota,

Varsity Cagers
Down Gophers
B"T 38 89Q

Michigan Assumes'Dark Horse'
Role In Conference Net Race

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L e1 lJl t) c 9r By CARL GERSTACKER Prospects for next year are very
Michigan's tennis team will prob- bright. Coach Johnstone is very well
ably assume the role of a dark horse pleased with the form shown by the
Captain Tamagno Returns in the Big Ten Conference this year.
To Lineup As Michigan As usual the team will be composed freshman squad and calls it the
of six good men and true without an best freshman team we ever have had
Wins First Big Ten Tilt outstanding man on the squad. on the campus." Outstanding among
Capt. Howie Kahn, Miller Sher- the freshmen are Bullock and Edwin
(Continued from Page 1) wood, Johnny Rodriguez, Jarvis Dean, Payne from Grand Rapids, Bill Mills
but also defensively while Meyers was Jesse Flick, and Ted Thorward will and Stuart Low from Choate prep
hitting his one-handed shots for the probably make up the starting lineup school, Smith from Muskegon, and
first time this year. which will be so well balanced that Ed Morris from Youngstown, Ohio.
The crowd showed frequet dis there will be little to choose between e ispromeYoungstownOhio
approval with officiating of Referee the No. 1 and No. 6 positions. The improved caliber of the first
Nick Kearns who seemed to miss sev- This year, as never before, team- year men is significant since it indi-
eral fouls committed by the close work will be the yardstick with which cates an upward trend in Michigan
guarding Gophers and passed up to measure the possible success of the ;tennis. Michigan has always at-
"steps" taken by both teams. team. Michigan has always been tracted tennis players from Grand
George Roscoe, Minnesota's hard- notably weak in doubles. Last year Rapids, and if Mills and Low make
hitting halfback and spark-plug for- Coach Johnstone switched the a name for themselves here they will
ward, stole the opening tip-off from doubles combinations frequently in undoubtedly attract Eastern net
Michigan and managed to repeat the an effort to find combinations that stars and Michigan teams will take
"steal" a few more times in the first would click, but with the exception of their rightful place with the first
half Jones opened the scoring with the Kahn-Sherwood team none of class teams in the country.

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- Johnny Fabello, right-winger,
returned to form in last night's
hockey match with the Chatham
Maroons and scored both Michigan
goals, the first unassisted and the
second on a pass from Jack Mer-
rill.
check. Referee Paddy Farrell mo-
tioned Dawson to the cooler and the
Wolverines put on the pressure. Bob
Stoddart and Sadlier broke away and
Stoddart although hampered by the
defense, outfoxed Low and rammed
in the second Chatham goal.
The third and final Maroon tally
of the period almost broke the Wol-
verines hearts as Murrell lofted a
long shot from center ice that floated
into the -netting.
Shalek was in the cage when the
second period opened and Michigan
with renewed vigor matched the
Maroons in every department as the
Boston goalie made at least three
beautiful saves.
The last period saw a weary Wol-
verine team fighting off continual
Chatham onslaughts as Shalek, with
two possible exceptions turned in a
creditable job of net minding. Fa-
bello tallied the final Wolverine coun-
ter with less than a minute to go
when he took a pass from Merrill
to beat Peardon cleanly in 19:21.
Line-Up And Summaries
Michigan Pos Chatham
Low G Peardon
Smith L D Sadlier
David R D Heath
Heyliger C Merrilies
Berryman LD Dawson
Merrill RD Murrell
Michigan spares: Shalek, Simpson,
Fabello, Griggs.
Chatham spares: Hennegan, A.
Stevens, W\ilson, Stoddart, W. Stev-
ens, Reynolds, Dagneau.
First Period Scoring: Hennegan
(Wilson) 6:02; Fabello 7:48; Stod-
dart (Sadlier) 14:00; Murrell 14:24.
Penalties: Sadlier (pushing); Daw-
son (cross checking).
Second Period: No scoring.
Third Period Scoring: Dawson 2:40;
Reynolds 12:02; Sadlier (14:32);
Heath (Stoddart) 17:52; Fabello
(Merrill, David) 19:21.
Penalties: Stoddart (charging);

Thincla ds Run
In Preliminary
Cinder Trials
Stoller, Osgood, Fink And
Gorman Capture Chief
Events At Field House
Saturday afternoon Chuck Hoyt
gathered his squad of runners about
him and sent them through a pre-
liminary tryout in preparation for I'he
official time trials next Saturday.
Yesterday's practice was more )r less
a friendly get-together to acquaint
the newcomers from last year's fresh-
man team with their Varsity contend-
ers.
Take It Easy
The regular events were run off but
the tracksters were instructed not to
push themselves to the utmost or to
overtire themselves. This was due
to the brief period of practice between
the end of vacation and the day of
the races. Thus, the majority of
times were slower than those of the
pre-Christmas trials.
The first event of the afternoon
was the 60-yard dash. Two heats
were run off, both of which Sam
Stoller won closely pursued by Steve
Mason and Miller. In the three
quarter-mile distance run R. Fink led
the field from the start and crossed
the finish line some thirty feet ahead
of the next competitor. His time was
3:11.6. Harry Brelsford and Fred
Stiles were second and third respec-
tively and their clockings were 3:15.8
and 3:16.3.
Doherty Runs Frosh
Then Ken Doherty interceded the
regular procedure of Varsity trials
and held a 65-yard dash for fresh-
men. Frank Wilkinson sprinted
across the mark forced by Bill White
in a close finish. Following this
event the 65-yard high hurdles were
held. In the first heat Bob John-
son was clocked at :08.9 to win. Sec-
ond place went to Bill Aigler.
Bob Osgood took the last hurdle
slightly ahead of Mo Hunt and a
last spurt sent him across the line
a winner. Paul Gorman and How-
ard Davidson fought it out for first
in an exciting finish in the 660 with
:he rest of the runners close on their
heels. Gorman won with a time of
1.27.

a free throw, after being fouled by
Earl Townsend, but a follow-in by
Gee and a free throw by Jake Town-
send put the Varsity ahead 3 to 1.;
A nice one-handed shot by Baker1
tied up the score. Meyers scoredI
under the basket, taking a beautiful
pass from Jake to put Michigan in
the lead never to be headed again.
Both teams traded shots until Mich-
igan turned on the steam with about
seven minutes left in the half and
the score at 13-10 to pull away from
the Gophers and leave the floor ahead
23 to 12 at the end of the first period.
Neither team scored for some time
at the opening of the second half
despite plenty of milling and shooting
by both fives.
Finally the Varsity found the bas-
ket again and built up a 14-pound
lead which it didn't relinquish until
the closing minutes of the contest.

BOX S
Michigan (38)
J. Townsend, f ...
E. Townsend, f ...
Gee, c ............
Jablonski, c .......
Slavin, c ..........
Rudness, g .......
Fishman, g .......
Evans, g ..........
Meyers, g ........
Tamagno, g .....
Brewer, g .........
Minnesota (28)
Roscoe, f .........
Halverson, f ......
Barnum, f ........
Baker, f .........
Nash, f ...........
Jones, c ..........
King, c ...........
Manly, c .........
Seebach, g ........
Eiken, g ..........
W allblom, g .......
Rolek, g ..........
Score at half: M.
nesota 12.'

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...3 1
...0 0
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1" 0
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15 8
FG FT
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...4 1
....1 0
...3 4
...0 0
...0 1
...1 0
...0 0
...0 0
...1 2

them had marked success.
Spirit Of Harmony Exists
The squad has peen practicing
daily and Coach Johnstone says,
"There is a-keen spirit of harmony
and the team has started with a
vengeance for this year."
Kahn and Sherwood will probably
make up the No. 1 doubles combina-
tion this year. Sherwood's height,
speed and smashing game combined
with Kahn's steadiness make up a
team that is hard to beat.
Capt. Kahn thinks that with a
little luck in the draw, "Michigan
ought to finish among the first four
teams in the conference."
Natators Win First
Big Ten Meet, 59-25
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diana); third, Blake (Michigan).
Time-:25.4.
440-yard free-style: Won by
Barnard (Michigan) ; second, Strack
(Indiana) ; third, Curry (Indiana).
Time--5:06.8.
100-yard free-style: Won by Mc-
Carty (Michigan) ; second, Drew
(Michigan) ; third, LaPlante (In-
diana). Time- :56.8.
Fancy Diving: Won by Fehsenfeld
(Michigan) 108 points; second, Dief-
endorf (Michigan) 105.3; third,
Logue (Indiana) 65.4.
220-yard free-style: Won by Bar-
nard (Michigan); second, Strack
(Indiana); third, Danch (Indiana).
Time-2:23.
300-yard Medley relay: Won by
Michigan (Mowerson, Kasley and
McCarty) ; second, Indiana (Lucas,
Backer and LaPlante). Time-3:07.

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Illinois 29, Wisconsin 27
Iowa 25, Ohio State 23.
Purdue 44, Chicago 21.

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