Varsity Will Meet Strong
McMaster Puck Squad;
Game Starts At 8 P.M.,
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will be on the left side while Lawrence
Calvert is assured at starting in the
other back spot.'
By virtue of their strong, experi-
enced squad, McMaster will be heavy
favorites to take the opening contest
from the Wolverines. Michigan's hope
for a victory rests son the ability of
"Spike" James to stop opposing shots
and Cooke's speed in skating around
McMaster's defense men.
McAdam Leads Invaders
Leading the visiting team will be
Ken McAdam, the school's number
one athlete and a defense man. His
partner at the other defense post will
be Herb Leal. Fred "Boxges" Martin
-will use his six foot frame to stop
Ross Martin, Bob Burt, and Ver-
dun Wendorf will hold down the cen-
ter and wing positions on Coach Ossie
Stewart's Maroon squad.
The Maroons will have equally skill-
ful, although inexperienced men to
call upon for reserves while Coach
Lowrey must rely on sophomores Jim
Tobin and Gil Samuelson at the
wings, and Capt. Les Hillberg as a re-
serve for Doran at center.
Eight Veterans Return'
When the McMaster team takes to
the ice for the warmup practice there
will be eight out of the twelve men,
on the squad back from "ast year's
encounter. Only four of the Maroon
men are newcomers while more than
a majority of Coach Lowrey's team
will see their first bit of collegiate
After the McMastier contest Coach
Lowrey will have two hard practice
sessions in preparation for a strong
Western Ontario team, which will be
visitors this Saturday night.
Captains Hockey Teamn
Annual Swim Gala To Feature .
New Olympic Dives, December 9
By MEL FINEBERG yearlings T-Bone Martin, Marve
The five new Olympic dives will Draeger and Mack Huyer adding to
be shown for the first time at the the color.
annual Swim Gala at the Intramural As an added attraction, Ben Grady
building pool on Friday evening, Dec. a former Michigan National high
9. board champion and now a profes-
Five varsity and three freshmen sional, will return and give a spring-
divers will give exhibitions of these board exhibition. He will work out'
dliv whir h will hbe reouired at the nn rSYhtawrituma ' r-
Ca gers_61-3 8
Captain Leo Beebe Leads
Attack With 16 Points;
Sofiak Sparks Losers
nf atin tha s ecnd team 61 to 38
East's All-Star Team
CHICAGO, Dec. 5 -(,-- Bernie
Bierinanco-coach of the Eastern All-
Stars, announced today Ralph Heik-
kinen, Michigan's all-America guard;
Don Siegel, Michigan tackle, and'
James McDonald, Illinois center, had
joined the East squad which will
play the Western All-Stars in San
Francisco Jan. 2.1
The East's complete squad of 22
players will report at Dyche Stadium,
Northwestern, Dec. 19, to begin prac-
tice for the game under the super-
vision of Coach Bierman and Coach
Andy Kerr of Colgate.
Tryouts Held For Chicogo
Coach Cliff Keen's Varsity wrestlers
hooked up in their first formal intra-
squad matches of the year yesterday.
awesw Wiilc ilu uuiuaui
1940 Olympics in Norway. The dives,
all off the high board, will be the
flying somersault; a back somer-
sault, lay-out; a half gainor, pike;
a backspring forward and a back
dive with a half twist.
Show All Dives
In addition to these, the aerial
artists will go through the 'entire
.diving repertoire off both high and
low board. Hal Benham and Adolph
Ferstenfeld, third and fourth re-
spectively in last year's National In-
tercollegiates which was won by
Michigan, will lead the parade with
sophomores Tommy O'Neill, Jim
Wilkinson and Ralph Psyzynski and
Psi U. LeCas
.In Water Tilts
Capt. Les Hillberg will lead Mich-
igan's 1938-39 hockey hopes against
a powerful and experienced Mc-
Master University squad from
Hamilton, Ont., tonight on the
Coliseum ice. The game begins at
Michigan Rated Sixth
By Dickinson System
CHICAGO, Dec. 5.-(AP)-Eimer
Layden's once-beaten Notre Dame
eleven was given top national rank-
ing today for the 1938 football sea-'
son by Dr. Frank G. Dickinson,
University of Illinois professor and
originator of the rating system bear-
ing his name. The Irish were rated
at 27.72 points.
Undefeated Duke rated second 27.10
points and Tennessee, also unbeaten,
Advances To Finals In
Swimming, Water Polo
Psi, Upsilon advanced to the finals
in both the fraternity swimming and
water polo competition last night by
winning a meet in each sport.
The Psi U's downed Alpha Tau
Omega in a swimming meet, 32 to 29.
They took the 100 yard relay with the
team composed of Haughey, Kurtz,
Watkins and Newton, the 50 yard
freestyle as Haugh won in 27.2, the
25 yard freestyle with Newton's 12.6,
the 25 yard back stroke as Kurtz tra-
versed the distance in 15.1, and the
diving with Yang and Watkins tying.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the other
swimming meet by nosing out Phi
Delta Theta, 32% to 28%. Kinsey won
the 25 yard breast stroke and the div-
ing for the winners, Howell increased
the total with a victory in the 25
yard back stroke in 14.6, and S.A.E.'s
75 yard medley relay of Howell, Kin-
sey, and Tuttle won that event in
Roy Heath and Art Henderson
tarred for the losers, with Heath
along witn the varsity men ana pru D~e eaung me cauu1---
vide a ruler by which to measure the in yesterday's scrimmage, Michigan's Z
ability of the Michigan divers. Varsity quintet played good basket-
Try Many Stunts ball-but whether it will be good'
Stunts will feature the evening's enough to handle a strong Michigan1
activities, as Jim Wilkinson attempts State five this Saturday night is still
a front three-and-a-half off the high a question even in the mind of Coach
board. The word "attempts" is prob- Bennie Oosterbaan.
ably an apt one as the dive is so dif- "It's hard to tell just how good they!
ficult that it isn't included in the are." he admits. "It all depends on
required list in meets. But Wilkin- how the opposing teams will react to
son, who gets plenty of height off the our fast attack. The boys are having
board, will risk his reputation on his a lot of fun though."
ability-to come around and complete Beebe Gets 16
the dive. K They were having fun yesterday,
It is possible that some of the oth- playing fast and loose with the same
er divers may risk life and limb along second team that licked them last;
with their reputation and try the Thursday. Capt. Leo Beebe had his
same dive but at present, it looks best afternoon of the week as he sailed
as tho only Wilkinson will make a in repeatedly to sink short shots and;
stab at it. ring up a total of 16 points.
Out-of-state representation will Forward Charley Pink once more
come from Battle Creek with two had his favorite left-handed push
Michigan A.A.U. women diving cham- shot in good working order and was
pions making the trip to give ex- the second man in the scoring column
hibitions. with 15 points. The other three regu-
Men With Wings lars, Jim Rae, Danny Smick and'
But the announced portion of the Eddie Thomas made 10 points apiece.
program will probably be equaled, if Rae's Passing Excels
not overshadowed, by the surprises Rae's passing was excellent and he
and stunts that are likely to disrupt was following up well as his team-
the proceedings at any given mom- mates depended upon him to take
ent. It is rumored that the twist- shots off the backboard with the
and-tour artists will do everything assistance of Smick. In other Words,
but fly and it is very possible that the regulars "had it" whereas the
they might surprise everybody and econd squad just couldn't make them
even take off on water-wings. drop.
Nor will the diving be the only part Scrappy Mike Sofiak led his quin-
-of the program. The free-stylers, led tet with 13 points, and, after being
by Capt. Tom Haynie and the rest of blanked the first half, Russ Dobson'
the swimming races will feature the counted for 11 in the final period in
1939 edition of Michigan's defending which his team took heart to hold
National Collegiate Champions. the Varsity to a 28-27 edge. Herb
It'll be a full evening. Brogan, John Nicholson and Milo
Sukup completed the second team.
winning the 25 yard freestyle and
taking part in Phi Delt's winning 100 Union Shows Grid Movies
yard relay race, and Henderson win-
ning the 50 yard freestyle and like- Line Coach Clarence Munn will
wise taking part in the team's win- show motion pictures' of the Minne-
ning relay race. sota, Yale\ and Ohio State football
Psi Upsilon continued on its win- games at 7 p.m. Sunday on the third
ning ways in water polo, vanquish- floor in the Union, it was announced
ing A.T.O., 4 to 0, while Phi Delts yesterday. All persons interested are
vannuished SAE. 1 to 0. invited to attend.
NEW YORK, Dec. 5.-(,-)-Though
a scattered few coaches still are beef-
ing about the extra point after touch-
down-largely through force of hab-
it-it begins to look very much like
the present football rules are here to
A vast majority of the nation's grid
mentors, canvassed by the Associat-
ed Press for their thoughts on the
subject, have come in with a flat
"leave the rules alone." It seems
safe to predict that there will not be
a single important change this year.
Eventually, perhaps, some genius
will figure out a workable substitute
for the maligned extra point. Right
now, though, all its critics know is.
that they are "agin" it. In fact,
Coach "Dutch" Meyer of Texas Chris-
tian calls it "football's worst rule,"
and says it would be fairer to decide
the winner of a tie game on the
basis of yards gained.
Lou Little of Columbia, Chairman
of the Football Coaches Rules Com-
mittee, more or less voices the con-
sensus, when he says: 'There is more
satisfaction with the rules than ever
before in my experience. There is
only the usul agitation, about the
The most novel innovation sug-
gested to the Assosiated Press comes
fron Bo McMillin out at Indiana.
The former "Prayin' Colonel" merely
argues that the game would be better.
conducted if the rival coaches were.
permitted to run out on the field and
call the signals for each play. He
Extra Point Is
Still In Favor
when six-minute elimination contests
were held to determine which men
will get the call to go to Chicago for
the Midwest A.A.U. championships
Friday and Saturday.
Forrest 'Butch' Jordan, powerful
heavyweight, made short work of
Marshall Loughlin and Joe Kosliczki,
flattening the former in one minute
and the latter in forty-five seconds.
'Butch' was to have taken on Joe
Savilla, but Joe decided to forego the
trip in favor of his ankle which was
injured early in the football season.
He'll have plenty of time to round
into shape before the opening match
with Indiana here on Jan. 17.
Capt. Harold Nichols, 145 potinder,
had a tough time with soph Jimmy
Paup, but managed to obtain a near
fall, which, coupled with two points
gained earlier, gave Nick the match,
5 to 0.
Brother Don Nichois and Dick
Tasch went at it tooth and nail in the
175-pound class, with Nichols win-
ning, 6 to 5, due to an early lead. Both
boys will make the Chicago trip,
Frank Morgan took an over-the-
weight match with Bill Comps, 5 to 0.
Morgan weighed 165 and Combs 150.
The latter is ineligible and will not
accompany the team to the Windy
In other matches, Ralph Turner.
promising sophomore at 155, made an
early take-down on Art Paddy and
was never headed, winning, 4 to 2;
and Andy Sawyer, 128, red-headed
sophomore, pinned Tom Weidig, 121,
in a gruelling match after four min-
utes of hard going.
apparently is on the level about it,
There is a noticeable desire out on
the West Coast to open up the aerial
game still further, and to make it
permissible to pass from any point
behind the line of scrimmage, like
the professionals do. Among those
advocating this change were Jim
Phelan of Washington, Tiny Thorn-
hill of Stanford and Buck Shaw of
was third at 26.68. Michigan
sixth with 23.02.a
1 Notre Dame -. 8
2 Duke ..... . 9
3 Tennessee.. . .10
- 4 Southern Calif'. . 8
5 Oklahoma, .......10
6 Michigan ........ 6
7 Minnesota.. ..6
8 Texas Christian..1'0
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