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SIX,

┬░RE ATICHI AN DAILY

THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 19377.

.....MICHIGAN....AI. Y

THURSDAY, DEU. 9, 193'7

Varsity Five Nears

Top Form

With

Three

Wins Over Frosh
Faculty Is Victorious In Squash

State Swamps
Hope In First
Start,_5 1 -27
Falkowski Leads Attack
With 19 Points As Early
Lead Is Never Lost
By BUD BENJAMIN
EAST LANSING, Dec. 8.--(Special
to The Daily)-Michigan State's bas-
ketball team flashed surprising pow-
er in their opening game of the Our-
rent season here tonight, overwhelm-
ing little Hope College in a 51 to 27!
basket barrage.
State jumped to a 16 to 6 lead after
eight minutes of play had passed in
the first period and never were head-
ed. The Spartans led 30 to 17 at the
half.

Rival Teams Quake As
Grid Aces Take Court
It seems as if they're just insep-
arable. The football season is over,
but big Joe Savilla, the six-foot three
inch tackle, and his little pal, Herc
Renda, are teammates once more,
this time as members of the Grid
Aces basketball team, one of theen-
tries in the independent division of
the intramural league.
Savilla plays center and Renda for-
ward on the Aces, a team composed
solely of members of the football
squad. It's roster includes Archie
Kodros, the barrel-chested sopho-
more center, Herm Ulevitch, who is
the team's playing manager, Dave
Gates, Don Cash, Joe Goldberg, and
Ed Frutig.
Spartans Hit Pigskin
Trail For Bowl Tilt

Stout Defense
Features Play
In cr illmave

Return Of Irish To Wolverine
Schedules Favored By Coachesa

Two sophomore forwards, George
Falkowski and Marty Hutt, led the
State parade, collaberating for 31
points. Falkowski accounted for 19
of these, tallying nine field goals and
a foul in his first game as a Spartan.
Hope Never Had Chance
The hopelessly outclassed Hope
contingent never had a chance. The
big State quintet, averaging over six
feet in height, practically controlled
the ball at will. All of Falkowski's
scoring was done from underneath
leis own basket on set up shots as the
smaller Hope squad found Spartan
height and form too great an obstacle
to beat.
Big Hutt was a constant threat,
his all around play sparking the State
attack. Along with veteran Ben
Dargush, Spartan center, who net-
ted eight points, these two sopho-
mores ran wild from their front line
positions.
Substitute Frequently
Using a fast break almost exclusive-
ly, State broke this front line trio into
the clear for set ups time and again
throughout the game. The twoy
guards, Leo Callahan and Howardl
Kraft, had little chance to show their
ability but fitted well into the State
machine when needed.
Frequent State substitutions found
12 Spartans in action during the
game although the first team played
the greater portion of the final period.
In' this frame, Hope scored only three
times from the floor.
Don Thomas was the only visitor
who managed to shake off the Spar-,
tan's tight defense to any extent. He1
scored four field goals and added
three fouls for 11 points.

EAST LANSING, Dec. 8.-- (AP) -
The Michigan State College football
team hit the pigskin trail again to-
day when more than 40 husky Spar-
tans reported for 'the first post-sea-
son drill in State's history.
Forced indoors by a driving snow,
the team went through setting up
exercises and ran through signals for
little more than an hour in the col-
lege's Demonstration Hall.
Despite a layoff since Nov. 27, the
first string team showed a snap that
should give Auburn a headache when
State faces the southern team in the
Orange Bowl at Miami on New Year's
Day.
Coach Charley Bachman said he
would follow the same routine Thurs-
day, but indicated he would take the
team outdoors for a real workout
Friday if the weather permitted. He
said he planned no more than two or
three scrimmage sessions before State
leaves for the south Dec. 21.
Majors End Uneventful
Meeting Without A Deal=
CHICAGO, Dec. 8.- (P) - The
dullest major league baseball meeting
in recent years ended today with both
the National and American circuits
pulling a "balk."
There was not a single deal of im-
portance during the major meetings.
Managers succeeded in creating noth-
ing more than rumor "smoke" which
continued to drift about as the dele-
gates packed bags for departure. The
Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds, it
was reported, still were dickering, but
Cub officials indicated there was lit-
tle likelihood of any action.i

In eri m a~ e B ME1 FNEBtIGHere is what the Michigan coachesI
At long last a sporting natural has Hr swa h ihgncahs
tng lasta po hreTh nWtral hs fthink of this renewal of athletic re-
Yearlings Overpowered As taken place here. The Wolverines of lat ions.
I Michigan will finally meet the Irish Fielding H. Yost: "I can see no
Entire Squad Witnesses of Notre Dame on athletic fields in reason why the two schools should
Action In Practice the first attempt to heal the break not remain the best of competitors."
which occurred in 1910. At that time Yost and Elmer Layden, athletic di-
Showing their best form of the sea- the Irish were accused of isot placing rector at Notre Dame, are firm
son, the Varsity basketball five as stringent restrictions on their ath- friends.
soundly trounced Coach Ray Fisher's ' asdid Big Ten schools. Ray Courtright, golf coach : "We
fresmancagrs n thee epaate It was at the Conference meceting are natural rivals with South Bend
freshman cagers in three separate in Chicago last week, 27 years after and Ann Arbor being so close to-
scrimmage sessions yesterday after- f the football break and 13 years after gether. They always have strong
noon, and gave every indication that. the last Michigan-Notre Dame meet- teams. In fact they are coached
they are ready for Michigan State's ing in baseball, that the new sched- once a week by Al Watrous, the pro
invasion Saturday. ules were made resuming relation- at Oakland Hills in Detroit. This
ships between the two schools in golf speaks well enough for their golfing
In the first scrimmage, Coach Cap- and baseball. An indoor track meet ability."
pon's first quintet made up of Dan had to be cancelled because of a con- Ray Fisher, baseball coach: "Back
Smick, Jim Rae, Herin Fishman, Ed flict in the Irish schedule. in the days when we used to play
Thomas and Leo Beebe, put up a " them, the Irish always gave us plenty
stout defense, and held the frosh to T* re h m nof tough opposition. A lot of their
one field goal, coming out on the long iremfootball players play on the ball
end of a 18-5 score at the end of a 15- team and do a good job."
minutesessionHockey Squad Charley Hoyt, track coach: "It's
Leads Varsity Scorers too bad that they found that our
Smick, taking the place of Capt. H old1 Pr c e meet conflicted with one they al-
John Townsend who was missing O1 S a ready had. They always have fine
due to a late afternoon class, looked teams and I was looking forward to
good under the basket and led the The freshmen hockey squad held the meet. Maybe we can get to-
Varsity scorers with six points. Herb its second practice of the season last gether next year. It would have been
Brogan, diminutive guard, and night at the Coliseum with the net one of our best meets."
Chuck Smith, center, were outstand- result being the informal classifica- Perhaps these renewed relations
ing for the yearlings. tion of the aspirants by Coach Eddie will lead to a new Wolverine-Irish
A second Varsity five, composed of Lowrey. I rivalry, one that cannot help but be
Bill Barclay, John Nicholson, Manny In order to see them in action, of aid to both schools, and one which
Slavin, Charley Pink, and Bob Pal- Coach Lowrey held an extended will possibly spread to all of the ma-
mer, had little trouble with Coach scrimmage, alternating the new men jor competitive sports.
Fishers second stringers and ran up frequently, with every player receiv- -
26 points to the yearlings' 10. Nichol- ing a chance to show his ability.
son and Slavin, lanky front line men, Having the intention of working Steve O'Neill Catches On
looked good in the pivot, the former with them and developing them for
tallying eight points to gain scoring future Varsity play, the coach selected As Manager Of Buffalo
honors. Ed Loring, freshman guard, Jim Anderson, Herb Kilner. Charles
was his team's chief offensive threat, i Ross, George Sanzi and Burt Stadden BUFFALO, N. Y., Dec. 8.-(/P-
hooping two long ones. as outstanding prospects among the Only a formality stood between Steve
Whole Squad Sees Action freshmen tryouts. Drilling with the O'Neill, former Cleveland Indians
1 yearlings are Herb Raskin, soph- baseball manager. tonight and a job
In a lodger session in which the r~,

May We Suggest Some Of These
Many Useful Gifts For Him

MUF FLERS
ACE SUEDE JACKETS
S TETSON HATS
T UXEDOES
EXCLUSIVE NECKWEAR
NO-BELT PAJAMAS

Opening their schedule in fine form
yesterday, the faculty squash team
won a 3-2 decision over a strong De-
troit Racquets Club outfit in a match
played on the Intramural courts.
Only four players represented the-
faculty, causing the default of No. 5
Smatch.

Weir (faculty) d. Smith-15-9, 11-
15, 15-10, 15-8.
Myers (faculty) d. Symington---
15-10, 11-15, 18-16, 15-9.
Snyder (faculty) d. Brooks--15-9,
15-12, 15-7.
Reindal (Detroit) d. Riskey-15-
12, 5-15, 10-15, 18-16, 15-12.

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iwhole squad of 18 men saw service,
the Varsity, enforced by the addition
of Captain Townsend, had the fresh-
men completely at their mercy and
buried them under a 40-11 score.
Townsend was his old self in the pivot
and worked well with Rae and Smick,
who alternated at the other front line
post.
Bill Barclay, showed that he is still
in the running for a regular spot in
the line-up, playing a fine floor game,
and leading the scorers with 10 mark-
ers. Dick Long, third-string guard,
scored three baskets in the few min-
utes he played and tied with Town-
send for second honors. Once againI
Brogan and Smith were the fresh-
man's best bets.I

omore goalie, who according to Coach! as field and business manager of the
Lowrey shows signs of Varsity ability. I Buffalo International League club.
Another workout will be held Friday Club President John Gehm an-
night from six to eight o'clock and nounced this afternoon that O'Neill
additional puck chasers will be picked had reached an understanding with
to continue practicing throughout the the Bisons and tonight at a special{
winter season, according to Coach meeting of the board of directors he
Lowrey. would recommend O'Neill be signed.

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