ME FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, DEC. 12, 1937
Helps In Varsity Win
State Squad Elects
Most Valuable Man Michigan Pos. Brantford AC.
! E. Jam es . . .. ..G . .... ,. . ... .. Box
EAST LANSING. Dec. 11.-(1)_ Smith ...,... D. ......... Torti
Harry Speelman, veteran left tackle Simpson .. D. ... . Baumgart
on the Michigan State College foot- Allen .......... C. ... ...Grieg
ball team, was elected as the most Fabello ........ W ....... Webster
valuable player on the State team. G. James ..... W ........ Krieger
The selection was announced by Dr. Michigan alternates: Hillberg,
Eugene Elliott, State Supt. of Public Chase, Chadwick.
Instruction, at the annual football Brantford alternates: Rimmer,
bust tonight. Cooper, Cinnamon, Kelly, Stovor,.
Speelman, known as the Fire Chief Edmondson.
on the team because of his incessant First Period
chatter while in the game, has been Scoring: James (Allen) 18:50.
a varsity left tackle for three years. Penalties: None.
Last week his teammates named Second Period
him as honorary catpain of the 1937 Scoring: None.
team and he will lead State against Penalties: Smith, Stovor, Grieg.
Auburn when the Spartans meet the Third Period
southern college in the Orange Bowl Scoring: James (Fabello) 3:59.
game in Miami, Fla. on New Years Krieger (Webster) 10:41.
Day. Penalties: James.
Dickinson Rates Pitt Refuse Commercial
First, Fordham Next Football Broadcasts
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.., Dec. 11.-(4
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Dec. P t - The Harvard Crimson, Student
Pittsburgh's undefeated Panthers Publication, said today University of-
were ranked today as the nation's ficials had declined commercial
most powerful football array under sponsorship of radio broadcasts of
the system originated by Dr. Frank G. Harvard's seven home football games
Dickinson of the University of Illinois, next fall although athletic commit-
with the Rose Bowl contestants, Ala- tee members had voiced a favorable
bama and California, rated fourth attitude.
and seventh, respectively. The Crimson said the rejection
Pittsburgh which won nine games came because University officials be-
and tied one compiled a point total lieved the sponsorship would be "con-
of 22.84. Fordham which tied Pitts- tradictory to university policies."
burgh and won its other seven battles try___ _nry___is
ranked second a fraction of a point
behind at 22.54. Dartmouth, undefeat- Faculty Squash Team
ed but.tied twice rated third place To Pray Detroit Match
Alabama, victorious in nine straight Victorious in as opening encoun-
contests followed with 21.97. ter with the Detroit Racquets Club
_- - _last Wednesday, the faculty squash
COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCORES team will again travel to Detroit this:
Detroit 56; Adrian 25. afernoon to meet the University Club
Missouri U. 35; St. Louis U. 33. there, the winners of the league for
Princeton 31; Lafayette 25. the past four years.
Indiana 38; Ball State 42 The next day the DetritAt-l i
Bill Barclay was among the sen-
iors who started their last year as
a member of Michigan's basket-
ball squad by seeing action in the
Wolverine's narrow victory last
night over the Spartans of Michi-
Nim To Retire
But State wasn't through by any Resolution Will Be Given Fordham 21; University of Newark Club, headed by Johnny Reindel, for-
means. Two baskets by Kraft-both To Detroit Alumini Bod1mer Varsity tennis star, will play the
long shots-and a quarter floor Dartmouth 48; St. Anselm's 33. faculty team on the Intramural
bucket by Callahan made the score Chicago 36; Marquette 28. courts at 2 p.m.
A resolution seeking to retire Field-
43 to 3S2idler Makes Basket ing H. Yost to the position of "direc-
Lanky Frank Shidler, blond De- tor emeritus" without authority, will
troit sophomore, had replaced Dar- be presented to the U. of M. Club of
gush and lofted in a pretty shot from Detroit's Board of Governors at a 3IS k a tes
the corner. Falkowski was fouled by special meeting Monday, according to
sub Bob Palmer in shooting -Mhis
basket counted - and despite his a report in today's Detroit Free Press. AI
missed foul it was 43 to 36. One It is expected that at the same T1IFT
minute to go and Kraft pushed in a meeting the Michigan Board in Con- For MEN
short shot. trol of Physical Education will be IFand WOMEN
Here Hutt made his final and su- requested to submit to the group, the S A I G O T I
preme effort. Dribbling down floor minutes of its meetings dealing with SKAT I NG 0U TF IT
with only seconds left to play, after
Michigan had lost the ball downI the dismissal of Harry Kipke. Two color brown and black shoe
court, he crossed the center line andI This action is similar to that of the with hard box toe and reinforced
flipped the ball with one hand to- Chicago alumni of the University,u slk
ward the distant basket. It was good who are to investigate the activities uppers. Tubular hockeyskate
and State was three points behind. of both Yost and Professor Ralph W. with extra-hard blade.
Time only permitted the Wolverineo4
back line to begin the down floor Aigler, chairman of the Board in Con-ASpecial
dribble as the gun ended the battle trot of Athletics. The Chicago alum-
with the ball in Michigan's possession ni, by this investigation, hope to pre- %
and the final score Michigan 43, vent the hasty selection of a successor $4o95
Michigan State 40. to Kipke. -
It is believed in Detroit alumni .. WOMEN'S SKATES
SUMMARIES circles that whoever succeeds Kipke
Michigan (43) fg ft tp will have an easy time for the next -
Townsend f ............ 4 5 13 three years because of the abundance $4.25 5- DQ y
Thomas f .............5 0 10 of first class football material, accord-
Pink f ................0 0 0 ing to the Free Press.
Rae c .................4 0 8 --- _-----_FREE -With purchase of each
Smick c ..............0 0 0
Beebe g.............1 0 2 skating outfit - five sharpenings
Fishman g .............2 3 7 % for coming year.
Barclay g............1 1 3
Palmer g...............0 0 0 A COMPLETE STOCK OF C.C.M. SKATES
Totals .... .......17 9 43
Michigan State (40) fg t tp
Falkowski f.............2 0 4
Huttfr..............0Expert Beauty Service
Dargush C.. .....1 2 4 at Low Prices
Dalrymple c............0 0 0!1P R
Callahan g ............3 0 6 R 711North University 902 South State
Kraft g....3 1 7 1114 S. University Ph. 7561
Carpenter g .......... 0 0 0
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