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December 11, 1938 - Image 8

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Hockey Squad Turns



Ontario 7-5


Cooke Snares
Three Scores
As Does Allen
Doran And Chadwick Tally
Twice Each, Ross Once
In Rough Battle
(Continued from Page 1)
Scratch followed him into the penalty
box a little latter in the period.
As the game passed the half way
mark Cooke got his first goal when
on a pass from Hillberg he burned the
puck past goalie Grant. With the
contest nearing its end on an assist
from Doran on another fast shot tied
the score.
Coming out with determination for
the second period Doran got the puck
on the faceoff, turned on the Western
goal and in less than 40 seconds with
a perfect shot, put the Wolverines
ahead. Within 10 seconds from this.
score Chadwick pulled the same trick
and gave the Michigan team a two-
point lead.
Penalties Aplenty
More penalties came to Coach
Lowrey's squad in this period when
Lovett was chased to the misde-
meanor box for high sticking. In his
footsteps came Calvert when Michi-
gan ,.was penalized for having too
many men on the ice.
Although playing two men short
Doran picked the puck up behind his
own blue line and did not lose it until
he had placed in the Western net.
Coming right back Allen pushed the
puck passed James for his final goal
of the game.
Cooke Gets Free Shot
Before this period ended Hillberg
was sent from the ice for tripping and
Webb of Western had a penalty shot
called on him for blocking Cooke.
George tried to make the tally but
goalie Grant caughtthe puck in his
With their whole team over the
Michigan blue line at the start of the
final period on an assist from Scratch,
King gave the Mustangs their fourth
goal. When the three quarter time
mark was passed Cooke made his
third point after he had received an
assist from Doran.
Final Tallies
Four seconds before the game end-
ed Chadwick definitely put the game
in Coach Lowrey's back pocket when
he took the puck from defense man
Stewart and sent it whirling into his
opponent's goal.
Except for time spent in the penal-
ty box both Hillberg and Calvert

Spike Shines Again

Although the puck was shoved
past him five times last night, Spike
James was still outstanding in his
goalie play for'the Wolverines. HeI
ably stopped severaly apparently
sure scores and enabled the homeI
team to chalk up its first' victory
of the 1938-39 season.
played the entire game at the de-
fense posts, while the second line-of
Ross, Stodden, and Lovett continued
to show great improvement.
Monday night Coach Lowrey's sex-
tet will have a hard workout before
they leave Tuesday for Cleveland,
where thy will met Western Reserve
Wednesday night.
Michigan Pos. W. Ontario
James G Grant
Hillberg D Webb
Calvert D Frarey
Doran C King
Cooke W Scratch
Chadwick W D. Ross
Michigan spares: Lovett, Tobin,
Stodden and C. Ross.
Western Ontario spares : Moore,
Seegar, Simpson and Stewart.
First Period
Scoring: Allen (Ross) 4:30; Allen
(unassisted) 5:00; Cooke (Hillberg)
12:55. Cooke (Doran) 17:30.
Penalties: Calvert (tripping); Al-
len (slashing) ; Scratch (roughing).
Second Period
Scoring: Doran (unassisted) 0:40;
Chadwick (unassisted) 0:50;. Doran
(unassisted) 7:01; Allen (unassisted)
Penalties: Lovett (high sticking);
Calvert (too many on ice); Hillberg
Third Period
Scoring: King (Scratch) 7:30;
Cooke (Doran) 16:49; Chadwick (un-
assisted) 19.26; Ross (unassisted)
Penalties: Calvert (tripping):

Ainnesota Cagers Show
Strength, Winning 47-22
MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 10.-(.T) -
Minnesota- put a smooth, brilliant
passing combination on the floor to-
night to defeat Carleton College, 47-;
22, in a non-conference game.
The Gophers' smooth floor play and
fast, accurate passing smothered the
losers. Minnesota drew away to a
22-9 lead at the half.
Minnesota registered its 12th con-
secutive victory, beginning with nine
straight last season and defeating
South Dakota University and South
Dakota State previously this year.
Gordon Addington of Minnesota
took the scroing honors with 13
points, counting five field goals and'
three free throws.
Maple Leafs DownI
Weak Blauk Hawks
TORONTO, Dec. 10.-()P)-The To-
ronto Maple Leafs walloped the skid-
ding Chicago Black' Hawks, 4 to 1,
tonight to do into a tie with the New
York Americans for third place in
the National Hockey League stand-
ing. The Hawks, beaten for the sixth
time in their last seven games, drop-
ped back to fifth place.
Syl Apps' second period goal en-
abled the Leafs to play conservative
hockey and wait for opportunities
that came when the Chicagoans at-
tempted to apply pressure. Apps'
goal came on a play with Gordie Dril-
Ion, marking the first time these two
aces have combined for a score this
season. Drillon has just returned to
action after being out for a month
with an injury suffered the last time
Chicago was here.
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Chicago pro
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squad was a
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Life Job By Ch sox
Bigger And Better ScheduleLieJbBCisx
CHICAGO, Dec. 10.--P)--Base-
Y DICK SIERK in a dual meet in Champaign April ;ball offered a life-time job today to
year's drought of action 22 and will send men to either the Monty Stratton, the ace Chicago
der paths, the 1939 Wol- Drake Relays or the ?Inn Relays White Sox pitcher who recently un-E
schedule as approved at April 28 and 29 and to the National derwent amputation of his right legI
ves a welcome calendar Collegiates on the West Joas' June I after suffering a gunshot wound.
s Q. Phan. 16 and 17. ' J. Louis Comiskey, White Sox
harlie Hoyt's powerful It was announced earlier that El- president, notified Stratton that as
ble to show its wares be- mer Gedeon and Ralph Schwarzkopf soon as he is fully recovered he can
ns only twice on the in- have been granted permission to run step into a permament position with
nd once out-of-doors last in the 1Viilirose Games in New York the White Sox office organization.
City Feb. 4. 'At the same time, Comiskey said a
opening meet with Michi- All in all it promises to be quite benefit game for Stratton would be
which turned out to be a a track season for Mr. Phan. played April 17 between the White SoxI

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On Nov. 27, Stratton V a target
shooting on his mother's farm near
Greenville. Texas, when his revolver
accidentally discharged. The bullet
struck below the hip. -The next day
amputation was performed.
"Monty has a job with us as long
as he wants it," said Comiskey. "He
was a fine pitcher and is a finer man.
Baseball can't afford to lose him."
Comiskey conferred briefly today
with P. K. Wrigley, owner of the
Cubs, and then announced plans for
the Cub-Sox game, all proceeds from
which will go to Mr. and Mrs. Strat-
ton, whose son, Monty, Jr., was a
year old the day of the amputation.


68?%-262 rout with the Spartans
on the short end of the score, and a
victory over Ohio State completed
the action on the Field House-track.
It was hardly worthwhile forthe care
takers to fix up the Ferry Field oval
for the single encounter with Illinois
which started and finished the local
outdoor schedule.
The schedule as lined up for this
year, however, should provide plenty
of action in the Field House and on
Ferry Field.
The M.S.C! meet will pry off the
lid Feb. 14. After a trip to the Illi-
nois Relays at Champaign four days'
later, the Wolverines will play host
to the Irish of N1otre Dame on Feb.
The Ohio State meet Mar. 3 will
bring the local program to a finish
but the Indoor Conference meet in
Chicago Mar. 10 and 11, and the But,
ler Relays at Indianapolis Mar. 18
will send the team on the road to
close out the indoor season.
The outdoor schedule should pro-
vide the greatest source of joy to the
aforementioned Mr. Phan. Dual
meets here with Indiana May 6 and
with Ohio State May 13 will be just
dandy. But the 'Conference 'meet
which moves inon Ann Arbor May
19 and 20 will be super dandy or
words to that effect.
The team will also meet Illinois


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Here are a few suggestions:
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Lawrence Tech 38, Kalamazoo 32
Wisosn45, Notre Daine' 39
Nebraska 44, S. Dak. University 30
Western Reserve 57, Findlay 30
Iowa State Tchrs. 38, Iowa State
W. Virginia 43, W. Va.. Wesleyan
Toledo 36, Hillsdale (Mich) 30
Wilmington '65, De Sales 40
Minnesota 47, Carleton 22
Indiana 49, Miami 23
Carnegie Tech 52 Wash. & Jeff. 37
Colgate 61, Arnold 31
Cornell 58, Toronto 30
Pittsburgh 48, Northwestern 37
MacAlester 46, Huron College 33
South Dakota 31, St. Thomas (t
Paul) 28
Penn State 45, Susquehanna 22



Rose Bowl Tickets Sola


PASADENA, Calif. Dec. 10--(M-
The Rose Bowl, as might be expected.
has been sold out for the Duke-South-
ern California grid battle Jan. 2.
Officials of. Southern California,
the host school, formally announced
today that no more ticket applications
need be sent in, and gave strong inti-
mation that many thousand requests
now on hand would have to be re-
turned, unopened.
"It is a shame," sighed Director of
Athletics Willis O. Hunter, "that we
can't get any more than about 90,000
people in the Pasadena Bowl.


Ohia State 43, George Washington 37
Cincinnati 40, Morehead State
Teachers 19
Ashland 64, IHenyon 38
LaFayette 36. Upsala 24.

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