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THUUSDAY, DEC. 2, 197

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Four Phi Delts
Gain Speedball
All-Star Berths,

5 Other Fraternities
Honored In Annual
Selections

Are
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IVarsty Sextet I-M Department Sets Stage Frosh Hockey Team
ASI D E LI N E S Faces London ForHockey Season Inaugural Starts Drills Friday
Coach Eddie Lowery announced
By IRVIN LISAGOR -__Here Saturday Tonight Is Final Chance fraternities have indicated their de - yesterday that freshmen hockey pfr
heartily agrees. Well, Ray, we haven't For Entries; Freshman sire to play, although no points to- six to eight o'clock, in the Coliseum.
OaIs Scheduled Pwards the annual fraternity all- Due to the lack of time for de-
cloggedh the page with basketball Final Drill IsShdte Players Barred
HERE ARE BUGS in every sport championship will be given. veloping players, Coach Lowery re-
THEEAEBG neeysot stories, but it isn't because were not For Tonight; Invaders Athe doa nryfewl qusdtat nytoewocn
from the hungry mendicant who'llaware A three dollar entry fee will be quested that only those who can
spend his gin allowance on a Worldthe Wolverines' chances thisd With a campus championship game charged, two-thirds of which will skate and have had experience turn
Series ducat to the myopic undergrad year. Not being given to hyperbole, between the winner of the Indepen- serve as a forfeit fee, while the re- out. Players should bring their own
who tries to follow a double reverse we're biding the time when smash With no let-up on the intensity of dent league and the Fraternity league mainder will aid in purchasing equip- skates and whatever equipment that
from row 110. Belonging to that victories will enable us to hatch thrill-+ drills in sight, Michigan's hockey offered as the climax, Earl Riskey, as- ment. as it is planned to furnish goalie they have.
unique order is Ray Goodman, '37, In ing, literary leads. We won't be used team will complete this week's prac- sistant director of intramural ath- pads and as much other parapher- The first session will be devoted to
ketball fi, the Daily last year. Ray's to it, Ray, because in our brief tenure tice sessions on the Coliseum ice to- letics, yesterday called attention to those who show promise will con-
dealing in gems now, but his thoughts we've been remarkably shy of such night and will rest tomorrow in prep- the organization of teams for n tra-tinue to workout.
ever and again wander toward Michi- material. But we're cognizant of our aration for Saturday's tilt with Lon- mural hockey competition. Don Hutson Breaks
gan and the court game which was a impending good fortune. don A.C. of London, Ont. The game The plans call for leagues of four p
major part of his undergraduate days.} "Little Jokey," as you term will be played here. teams each, the number of leagues 11 ssCatch ng Mark
Ifact, we stongl suspect thtte
1I, o u hCapt. Jake, is still the No. 1 boy, iThe battle Saturday will be Michi- I being dependent on the number of

With four places on the 1937 All-
Fraternity speedball team in their
possession, the Phi Delta Theta
champions clearly established their
-superiority to all other competing
nines. From their first game, in
which they upset the defending teaml
from Theta Chi, to the finals when
thev trouned as.-trn (;hi Fsi ar -

Ily fvluuauulg k a g cho:,° hern evdi
gregation 10 to 2, they left little man home in his nascent
doubt as to the final outcome of the chunks of a basketball spri
competition. Ray's almost fanatical
Intramural officials yesterday made in the game reached i1
their an'nual reelections for the All- whenever either Indiana
Fraternity speedball team. The list due provided the opposi
appearing in the Daily was released being a Hoosier he had a
by the officials following a conference sort of pride in thos
with the referees who had worked Don't mistake us, thoug
throughout the season. gan occupied the No. 1 n
Hunn, Greenwald Rate High the Daily's cage reporte
There were several good forwards lowed the team on every
uncovered this year, but the two who ence trip-and paid for'
are undeniably the tops were Dave of his own pocket, the o
Hunn of the Phi Delts and Ed Green- get excluding such items.
wald of Chi Psi. Hunn, Varsity pole his zeal may best be i
vaulter and high man for the sea- by this incident. On th
son with 45 points, was easily the graduation last spring, %i
outstanding player of the year. He gowned seniors swung al
scored an average of six and a half Street toward Ferry Fiel
points per game. Greenwald was the evening of commenceme
pivot player on his team and was the tudes, we stood by gapi
main factor in their being the sur- the beaming parents. A
prise outfit of 'the season. waddled Ray-who sho
Selected as running mates to these gravity-and as we w
stars, are Joe Barasa, stellar Phi Delt shouted back: "Don't fo
dropkicker, and Dick Shroth, of the covering that Butler ga
Theta Chi, only repeater from last winter!" And we won'
year's all-stars., Other good for- i
wards are Manny Slavin of Phi Sig- Ray wrote us yesterda
ma Delta, Bill Wreford of Sigma ing why he hasn't been re
Alpha Epsilon, Dick Gerkersmeyer of the boys. 'Down in India
Theta Xi, and Bob Harrison of reports, they're conceding
Kappa Nu. the Big Ten title alread
Harmon Leads Guards
The guards selected on the mythi- Coliseum Cards F
cal team are Tom Harmon of Phi
Delta Theta, Bob Smith of Chi Psi, Skating Show T
Fred Schwarze of Phi Kappa Psi, and
Ronald Hayes of Lambda Chi Alpha. With an eye to the for
Harmon, although actually a for- figure skating club, Edd
ward, was the main cog in both the coach of the hockey squad
offense and defense of his team as ager of the Coliseum, ha
he brought his well-known football a public exhibition in th
and basketball ability into good use. take place at eight o'clock
Smith, Chi Psi captain, was a hard- the Coliseum.
charging player who starred up performer will be
to the finals when an injury forced Thepformer wl be
him out early in the second half, a cock, forerl f DOtto.
fact that undoubtedly did much to present living in Detroit.
hasten his team's defeat. Fred cock was the Canadian A
Schwarze, Phi Psi speedster, and ing champ for 14 years
Ronald Hayes, bulwark of a great doubles and four. He act
Lambda Chi defense, consistently tor of winter sports at Lak
played a sterling brand of ball four years, besides serving
throughout the year. and Toronto.
Also mentioned as fine defense men
are Neil McKay of Chi Psi, Paul So-
boroff of Pi Lambda Phi, and Bill Mc-
Leod of Lambda Chi Alpha. The All-
Star goalie, a position of consider-
able importance, is Bob Mix, an al-
most unanimous choice.
All-Star Speedball Team
Player Position Fraternity
Hunn, forward .....Phi Delta Theta
Shroth, forward . . . .Phi Delta Theta
Barasa, forward .. . .Phi Delta Theta
Harmon, guard ......Phi Delta Theta
R. Smith, guard ...:.......Chi Psi
Schwarze, guard .....Phi Kappa Psi
Hayes, guard .. .Lambda Chi Alpha
Mix, goal..........Phi Delta Theta
Honorable Mention
N. McKay, Chi Psi.
Slavin, Phi Sigma Delta
Wreford, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Soboroff, Pi Lambda Phi
McLeod, Lambda Chi AlphaA
Gerkensmeyer, Theta XiA
Xmas
Suggestions
Interwoven Hosiery
Flannel Robes
Silk Robes
Cocktail Coats Fab
Ritz Shirts A

Neckwear
Faultless Pajamas
Hickock Suspenders
Hickock Belts
Paris Suspenders
Paris Garter & Suspender
Sets
Tie & Handkerchief Sets
Initial Handkerchiefs To
Tai
Suede Jackets

hod-)in the book. Bill Barclay, Ed , . entries. The fraternities will have NEW YORK, Dec. 1.-(P) --Don
years had Thomas, Herm Fishman, Leo gan s second of the season, havg separate leagues from the indepen- Hutson, crack end of the Green Bay + >
inkled in it. j ~hP opened here with Western Ontario dent with the two eventual winners I Packersroke hi own Natinal

ieebe, ivanny Savin,B iitLane,
Ben Weaver, Dick Long and Dan
Smick will supply plenty of col-
laboration. And this Jim Rae you
ask about. Ie's a comer-un-
canny, sharp and alert, a Town-'
send in miniature. And Charley
Pink--he's another bright light
among the sophomores. You
liked Rudness, as I remember.
Well, Pink's going to out-do
Ruddy. Russ Dobson, John Nich-
olson, Bob Palmer, Dave Wood,
Vince Valek and Fred Trosko are
others battling for recognition.
They're shaping up fast, too, Ray.1
Of course, Cappy isn't always satis-
fied with 'em, as last night, for in-
stance, when he muttered, "Not so
gdod." But tomorrow he'll be smiling
again. It's all a part of the long and
arduous pre-season grind. But when#
they get to Butler, they'll be ripe and
ready, Ray, and if you go overboardt
that night, we'll forgive you, so help
us.

last week-end.

meeting for the championship.

y, wnder-A Possibility, Yes ...
ading about Contacted late last night regarding,
napolis, he the possibility of the Detroit Red
Michigan Wings practicing at the Michigan
y. And he Coliseum Friday and Saturday -Var-
sity Hockey Coach Eddie Lowery de-
igure clared "nothing definite has been de-
cided." Red Wing officials asked him
tonight for the use of the rink for the two
days and he approved the request
mation of a stating the hours they might make
ie Lowrey, use of the plant. The Detroit club
c and man- officials decided they would consider
s arranged the matter and call him when theyl
at sport to had decided. But definite plans such
tonight at as reported in a Detroit paper have
not yet been formulated, Lqwery
0. B. Hay- stated.
ia and at
Mr. Hay-
igure skat- REAL PARISIAN
in singles, FLOOR SHOW
ed as direc-
e Placid for
in Buffalo SOPH CABARET

II

is
- -- -

rapidly as practice con- Mr. Riskey emphasized that no I
pucksters last night went member of the freshman squad will
ir third tough workout of be allowed to compete in this. I
iv This year each team will play four
lthough no one received Igames, one more than last season. Due
or Druises against Wes- to limited time for using the ice at
iffness and slight aching the Coliseum, entries must close to-
t by the sextet has finally night at six o'clock, which will permitE
d the team is again up to play to begin next Monday night.t
. To date there are seven independent I
'leased With Showing sextets entered, and in order to have
first line against his first two complete leagues, Mr. Riskey is
)ach Eddie Lowrey ap- desirous of one more entry. Approx-(
sed with the way the en- imately fourteen teams representing(
howed up.
inued practice has given
e combination of Johnny
ack Allen and Gib James Vs"
moothness that was not
'ent Saturday. The sec- * ew * U ns
as shown the most im- O the individual styled designs
however, with the wings W that reflect personality - - -
displaying more coordina- are featured in our GIFT
eretofore. Les Hillberg is PARADE.
un the left wing on this
h Al Shadwick has been
isiderable form at times. ^ All are in line with our
e Gets Long Drill established quality.
ike James got plenty of C
practice yesterday when Burr, Patterson
Is lined up and peppered IUAlCompany
hots from all angles. HeC & AUUU y
t he was not lagging. Fraternity Jewelers
don team which comes at Michigan
*es a strong line with O 603 CHURCH STREET
.eserves. Playing in the Ruth Ann Oakes, Mgr.
)ckey Association inter- 6
ision, the club had no less__
andidates trying for the
ling 12 net minders. The
z will have a slightly dif-
nnel than last year when
d the O.H.A. tournament
T PLASTERED
IN PARIS
at the
)PH CABARET
Y~TOU areshopping
for a new kitchen
stove and you look at
two stoves, both the
same price. One is an
ordinary stove and on
range. Which should y
Outwardly, there is ii
appearance. Both stove
both have enamel finish
the same size. Apparent
to choose between the
A BIG DIFFERENCE!
Electric cooking is th<
modern method of cook
appeals to most of the 1
coat and around Detroit wh
to electric cooking duri
And today you can pur
range for just about the
pay for an ordinary sto"
But in addition, an ele
you advantages you ob
stove. It brings you CL
pure heat from a glowi
See the New Elect
D
1 :1 *h/

ELECTRIC HEAT AS CLEAN
AS SUNLIGHT
'e it COOKING UTENSILS STAY
SPOTLESS FOREVER
ory.

a

Football League pass-catching rec-
ords this season. Statistics released
today showed the former Alabaman
caught 41 passes for 552 yards, bet-
tering his own 1936 standards of 34
catches and 526 yards.
Slingin' Sammy Baugh of the
Washington Redskins needs to have
eight of his aerials completed against
the New York Giants to top Arnie
Herber's record of 77 set last year,
while Jack Manders of the Bears
must score 12 points against the Car-I
dinals to better his 1934 scoring high
of 79 points.

e is an electric
you buy?
ttle difference in
es are attractive,
, both are about
tly, there is little
m. YET THERE IS

H 0 L I D A Y

V A C A T I O N

WILL REQUIRE

hesterfield Dress Over
Single-Breasted Fly Front or Double-Breasted
with Velvet Collar.
We Tailor Them at

$38.00 to $65.00

Tics ... .

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WELTONS....

KERSEYS....

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VICUNAS.. ...

CHEVIOTS .. .

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