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Varsity Six Routs cMaster , .5-0

--.-.. 3y IRVIN LISAGOR -

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Gib Nets Five
D -. F b ll




r"onts; r cIeno
EDITOR'S NOTE: The original perpe-
trator of this cdlumn, one Lisagor, is Alen-re - -r
lounging abed with what he says is a
SLast year about this time therelckey
appeared in these columns, then, S a Crowd.Sees Sextet
headed THE PRESS ANGLE and S acrd eaet
cudgled out with more or less regu- utclass Visitors.; Saith MicJaes
larity by Sports Editor George An- ' "i'l L.VJmes
dros, an All-American team made ;lSimpson..
up exclusively of unpronounceable (Continued from Page.) G. James .....
names. Fabello ....... .
The team was however denied by nadian's defenseman out on a pen- Allen ......... .
Mr. Andros who vowed he would have alty, Les Hillberg was sent in forI Michigan spa
no such linotypist's nightmare on his Capt. Bob Simpson and with four' berg, Chadwick.
concience. An investigation resulted. Varsity forwards passing back and McMaster spa
Circumstantial evidence pointed to forth in front of the opponents' goal, Stuart, Wilson,1
Irvin "Pete" Lisagor, then laboring Johnny Fabello took one from James Official: Pad
as a sports night editor. and Hillberg halfway out to the blue Firs
Lisagor confessed, defended him- line and scored in 14:35. 1)Scoring:
self with the assertion that Andros Turns Into lout Allen). 11:09;
had failed to turn in his daily Press With the end of the period the Hillberg) 14:35.
Angle effort. The page was big and whole crowd of some 700 customers Penalties: Leal
Pete had a minimum of copy. It was knew what the outcome would be but Secon
either get a column or leave a long were curious about how high the scor- Scoring: Allen
blank space in which housewives ing would go. In the second stanza Penalty: Allen
could write grocery lists. Pete wrote they were in for a slight surprise as ^Thir
a column in which he incorporated McMaster started to open up. But it Scoring: Jam
his tongue-twistin' All-Stars. didn't last and Michigan again tal- Fabello (James)
This year Lisagor is surveying his lied, in 11:45, this time by Allen on a Penalties: Sm
brogans atop the sports desk as Edi- pass from James. jor) 10:16, Wilso
tor. Although confined to his bed The Michigan second line of Hill- ____
at writing with some malady or other berg, Ed Chase and Al Chadwick
he insists that a like aggregation ap- were looking quite well up to this hi e
pear this year on the grounds that point but when they were sent in
he got it from a person very close right after the goal their defense -
to the source that someone laughed crumbled and the first line was 1-M M
at it last year. With misgivings then rushed back.
we give you tthis polyglot eleven with Even Comedy Relief 1
anotations and pronunciations. Some comedy relief presented it- I
Alex Wojciecnowicz, center, Ford- self in the scoring of the fourth goal
ham. Alex is placed on this team as which occured just 2:40 after the ,.
center emeritus. A paragon of un- start of the period. Gib took the Shade Chi]
pronouncability, a standard of what puck down mid-ice and with a deft Point As
the tongue twisting name should be, shot hit the pads of the goalie, the
Wojciehowicz will live forever in the puck falling to the ice. But Don Shermnan
memories of radio sports commen- Duncan, McMaster's alternate wing
tators. He is our only repeater. who was skating up to cover, slipped With less than
Note: In this column all players' and slid into Martin forcing the puck the outcome of t
first names become forthwith "Bud" across the goal line. James was cred- balance, Dave Hui
A little bit of these guys is enough. ited with the goal unassisted. 155 pounder, ca
Bud Hrycyzyn, end, St. Bonaven- With Smith and Boyd out for fight- throw Hank She
tore. Pronunciation. A tongue tied ing, Gib James paired up with Fa- silon, and clinch
hair-lip eating hot of y saying "No" bello for the fifth goal and found no wrestling title for
or lwas it "Yes"-It was "Maybe. difficulty in putting it across. The The former po
o Fauzzio, Tackle, Muhlenberg. final score, coming at 11:20, was just behind on point
Pronounciation: Like what your as easily made as the first one, only crotch and half-n
tongue feels like after a large meet- this time Fabello did the passing vored and more ex
ing of the "Suds and Knuckles Club,, when James scored . Score
i ot Sd nK ks uThe winners s
Fuzzio more than their
Budd Iwucz, Guard, Ohio U. Pro- Meeh Wn, Grid Coach sdfnigc
nunciation: Je Jacobs' classic re- silon, Theta Chi,
mark after Jack Sharkey flattenedAt iManhattan, Quits followed in tha
Moxie Schmeling. "Iwucz robbed."fo d h

Pos McMaster
G .......Martin
D ..Leal
D ......McAdam
W .........Kent
W . ..... Wendorf
. ........B. Burt
res: E. Chase, Hill-
res. A. Burt, Duncan,

Varsity Faces Pik National League All Stars
Akron Q uintet Bill Hewitt, Philadelphia-End. Clark, Detroit player-coach who w
t.alJe Stydahar, Chi. Bears.--Taekle.the quarterback berth.
n Fra Lon Evans, Green Bay--Guard, The first-team line averages bett
Mel Hein, New York-Center. than 226 pounds from end to end.
George Musso, Bears-Guard. Gaynell Tinsley, like Baugh, ws
Regulars Polish Offense Turk Edwards, Washington-Tack, a first-year man and ousted D
Gayrell Tinsley, Chi. Cards-End. Hutson, Green Bay wingman w
In Last Home Practice Earl (Dutch) Clark, Detroit-Q.B. made the second team. Hewitt w
Before Road Trip Cliff Battles, Washington-H.B. All-League Honors in 1933, 1934 a
Sammy Baugh, Washingt4n-H.B. 1936.
Ten Michigan basketball laers Clark Hinkle, Green Bay, Wis-F.B.


dy Farrell. will leave here at 3:45 p.m. today NEW YORK. Dec. 14-UP)-Slingin' I
oan: G. James bound for Akron, Ohio, and the first Sammy Baugh, Crashing Cliff Bat-
( Fabello James, game of their annual Christmas tour. tIles, and Terrible Turk Edwards, the

1, 13:43; Smith 19:44.
ad Period
n (James '11:46.
rd Period
es tunassisted) 2:40,
11:2 .I
ith and Boyd (ma-j
n 13:30.
_ _ _ _ _ _
S W n

The players named to make the
trip are Captain John Townsend, Jim
Rae, Herm Fishman, Ed Thomas Leo
Beebe, Bill Barclay, Dan Smick, Man-
nie Slavin, Russ Dobson, and Charley
The Wolverines meet Akron Uni-
versity tomorrow night, follow with
t the University of Maryland on Fri-
day, Dartmouth University on Mon-
day, December 20, and round up the
eastern invasion against the Univer-
sity of Rochester on Tuesday, Dec. 21.
Resume Competition

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A short Christmas interim will fol-
LILQ low. competition being resumed on
Jan. 1 at Toledo, Ohio, in a game with
ist 4ratch' Toledo University. The trip ends on
Jan. 3 at Indianapolis, Ind. when the
Psi B SI P, ! varsity tackles Butler University.
From Akron the team will travel
Hnnn Throws -o College Park. Md., for the Mary-
InFinal land game, thence to White Plains
.i jY. .; Tan d .... J-m ...T '1...h .. .. F _.J.t. ...

a minute to go, and
he meet hanging in
Lnn, Phi Delta Theta

N.Y., fr the Dartmouth battle and
finally to Rochester, N.Y., for a con-
test with the home town university
ITh wiLl tLUh l LUf t Uh1ir taJ cI-iVr

me rombehnd o "ey wii return Lot Leir respetv
rman of Delta Up- homes for Christmas, but are due
rmae nfret p back in Ann Arbor on Dec. 27, to
the interfraternity train for the Toledo and Butler
his team.
le vault star was far games.
s when .he used a Butler Is Strong
nelson to pin his fa- A cursory appraisal of the teams
xperienced opponent. gives the Butler quintet an edge over
21 Points the other Wolverine opponents. Ak-
cored 21 points, oneri
nearest rivals, Chiron is not rated on par with the va
ihampions.rPsi Up- sity nor is Maryland. Rochester has
and Delta Upsilon, a big team with ample experience
t order with nine, and may provide the touring five



Bud Tin Van Jim On, Center, N.
Dak., Pronunciation: Seems simple
enough to me but is unique because
it means "Who Threw the Overalls
in Mrs. Clancy's Chowder" when!
translated into ancient Sioux.
Bud Trzuskowski, Guard, Idaho.
Pronunciation: Research proves that
ten beers, a burp and a sneeze turns
the trick neatly enough.
Bud Sweeny, Tackle, Providence.
Pronunc.iation: This would be heresy
but we changedehis name because you
wouldn't believe it. We didn't.
Bud Santosonosso, End, Harvard
frosh. Pronunciation: Starts some-
thing like Santa Claus, ends like you
ought to call a man a "so-and-so"
when in mixed company.f
Gutekunst, Halfback, Muhlenberg.
Pronunciation: Sounds like a feelthy
word to me .
Buzzard, Fullback, Moravian. Pro-
nunciation: We just couldn't resist
bringing this boy in.
Bud Frontcyzk, Halfback, Army.

NEW YORK, Dec. 14.-(IP)-John
F. (Chick) Meehan, head football
coach at Manhattan College for the
past six years, today resigned his post
in order to devote his entire time to
business affairs. College authorities
said no successor had yet been con-
Meehan formerly coached football
at Syracuse and New York University,
turning out top-flight teams at both
universities. He took over the reins
at Manhattan six years ago withthe
announcement he intended to become.
a "small time" coach, but has grad-
ually built up the Jaspers' teams un-
til they have won national recogni-
t ion.
The 1937 team was the most suc-
cessful Meehan has turned out at
Manhattan, winning six games, los-,
ing three and tying one.
Pronunciation: Front like the front
of your vest combined with how you
feel when you see the bluebook you
thought you made an "A" on. "Cyzk."
Bud Fitts, Quarterback, Biwdoin.
Pronunciation: isn't so tough as you
can see. It's the fact that he has
several old maid aunts and you know
what that makes them. Miss Fitts.
- Roy Heath
Feel Tired?
don't ws
a crutchi

sevenL, anu six points respectively. with plenty of competition. Toledo
Tom Harmon in the heavyweight is also apt to be a tough proposition,
division, and Tom Root, 175 pounder,'while Dartmouth is of an unknown
were the other Phi Delts to win titles.
SHarmon threw Neil McKay of Chi qaiy
Psi in 3 minutes, while Root took but Last night's practice saw the varsity
30 seconds to pin last year's cham- scrimmaging against both freshmen
pion, Joe Kenicott of Chi Psi, with and the second and third teams. The
a bar arm and half-nelson. , yearlings used a zone defense and the
Chi Psis Take Places regulars composed of Townsend, Rae,
John McLean, 165 pounder and Fishman, Beebe, and Thomas had
John Barrett, in the 135 pound class little difficulty in scoring at any time.
were the Chi Psis to take firsts. Mc- Hold Scrimmage
Lean threw Bob Barber of Theta Chi I The second stringers put up ample
in 3:30, while another Theta Chi,!opsion ath ouetftei
Colvin Gibson, was Barrett's victim opposition at the outset of their
Chuck Wittemore of Psi Upsilon, scrimmage but the varsity hit its
was the only one of last year's cham- stride midway Rill the hour drill and
pions to repeat, throwing Jim Brown ran up 50 points against them and
of ChiPsi in 55seconds with a the third string five before Coach
hal-nesonto annex the 125-pound Franklin C. Cappon called a halt toj
title for the second straight year. FronkennC.C
Strong Pins Foe proceedigs.
Daye Strong, freshman football Eddie Thomas was on his game all
star of Sigma Nu, duplicated the feat night, sinking nine field goals for
of his grid teammate, Harmon when 18 points during the scrimmage. Jim-
he took honors in the 145 pound class, mie Rae was good for 11 points,
throwing John Chapman of Psi Up- Herm Fishman for nine, Townsend
silon, with only two seconds remain - for seven, and Beebe for five.
ing in their bout. The match was ? Second string scoring was limited
extremely close with Strong's strength to 17 points with Dobson, Slavin,
and speed finally proving superior to Smick, Barclay, Pink, and Long di-
Chapman's greater grappling experi- viding the markers. The third string-
ence. ers failed to tally in a brief session.
John Sinclair, diminutive Theta Xi
wrestler, won the 118-pound title, I-M CALENDAR
throwing Maynard Cohen of Kappa Swimming
Nu in 2:15. 5:00, S.A.E. vs. A.T.O.
Water Polo Finals
IT'S AN EPIDEMIC 5:00, Trigon vs. A.T.O.
UNIVERSITY. Miss., Dec. 14.-(;P) Wrestling
-Ed Walker retired as football coach 7:30, All Campus at Field
at the University of Mississippi to- pouse.
day, bringing to three the number of Hockey
Southeastern Conference s c h o o l s 10:15, B.B.'s vs. Alley Cats.
looking for new grid mentors,__

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