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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE E

Star Goal Tender

the squad will be Bert Stodden, an
Ann Arbor, boy whom injuries kept
on the sidelines most of last year, Jim
Tobin, Jim Lovett, Chuck Ross, Gil
Samuelson and Fred Heddle.
Juniors who will ue Dack have had
less experience. Bert Stodden, who
was out with an injury most of last
year, will return, as will Larry Cal-
vert, Jim Tobin, Jim Lovett, Chuck
Ross, Gil Samuelson and Fred
Heddle.
But it is the freshman squad which
is the main hope of Coach Eddie Low-
rey. "This outfit is one hundred per
cent better than last year's fresh-
man squad," he says, "and our hopes
this coming year depend on these
boys."
Freshman Squad
Paul Goldsmith, a center, and
Bob Collins, defensemen, are the out-
standing performers on this squad.
Goldsmith is fast and rangey, and his
height and reach make him an ex-
cellent poke-checker. In addition he
is a good stick handler and boasts
the hardest shot on the team, need-
ing only a little seasoning to become
a top player.
Collins, the most aggressive man
on the squad, has spent considerable
time working on the front line to im-
prove his skating. He has had two
years of organized hockey. Cliff
Dance, a wing, improved rapidly last
year, while two Canadians also have
been outstanding. They are Ardin
Boland of North Bay, and Alex Stan-
yer, a hard body check player, who
has had experience in the Lower Ot-
tawa Valley League.
Fitch Tillotson, Dick Taylor, John

Golf TourneyBeckons Stude

Golfing enthusiasts enrolled at the
University of Michigan will have a
chance to match shots with other
students again this year in the annual
Trueblood Trophy Contest, equiva-
lent to an all-campus medal play
golf championship.
The event, which will be held
sometime in the fall, is a 72-hole
affair and is open to any under-
graduate on the campus except win-
Corson, Chester Witters, all wings,
and defensemen Bill Hurley and
Warren King will be back.
Only two othre teams in the Big
Ten .have hockey teams, Minnesota
and Illinons. The Gophers swept n
four-game series from the Wolverines
last year to take the Conference title.
Michigan took the green Illini team
to place second. Most of the team's
competition is with these two teams,
Michigan Tech of Houghton, and
school and amateur teams from On-
tario.

ners of Varsity golf letters and past
winners of the trophy.
The tourney will be played on two
successive weekends with 18 holes the
first Saturday, 18 the next day and
36 the following weekend.
The trophy is donated by Profes-
sor-Emeritus Thomas C. Trueblood,
former golf coach and head of the
Speech Department of the University,
which he organized in 1884. In 1901,
he fostered the first golf team in
the Big Ten and it was largely
through his efforts that other schools
followed suit. Because of this-work,
he is called "the father of collegiate'
golf in the west."
The purpose of the tournament
other than providing fun, recreation
and competition for the students, is
to determine what new material i
available for the freshmen and Va'
sity squads each year. In addition;-
the showings made will carry some-
weight in determining what men will
make the southern trip next spring
vacation,

Spike James, hockey captain,
possibly will not be back at the nets
for the Wolverines this year since
he is eligible for service in the
Canadian army.
players he stands to lose only a few
of regulars through Canada's call
to the colors. His greatest loss would
be in the person of Capt. Eldon
"Spike" James who has guarded the
Wolverine nets through the last two
seasons. Larry Calvert is the only
other Canadian on the squad. Larry
made his debut at one of the defense
posts last year, and the progress he
made during the season marked him
a valuable asset to the club should he
return.
The other veterans returning to

$100REWARD$10
fo r the return of the key
that will unlock the mystery lock at
231 South State Street

Van Boven directs the style parade for Fall with

DOBBS

HATS

It's an old Michigan Custom.. .
Wear a DOBBS hat by Van Boven

Dobbs Hanley Hall
The tailored brim, streamline
keeps its rakish grace in every siz
SEAL ... CUBA TAN ...GREY

Dobbsi Ridgeley
Elms, ivy and gothic architecture just naturally
group themselves into a background for Rlidgeley Hall.
It's the college man's "stand in" - always around,
ready for duty at all times and generally getting lots
of it $5.00 and $7.50
WILLOW ... CUBA TAN ... GRAY
PARK BROWN. .. SEAL
i.vy{............;. .
from fore and aft,
ze. $7.50
Dobbs Bradley Hall
Mastery of the fine art of hat making meets the eye
in every detail of Bradley Hall. A new style note
introduced by DOBBS, gives brim and crown distinctive
well proportioned smartness. $5.00 and $7.50
WILLOW. ..CUBA TAN... MONEL
PARK BROWN ... SEAL

* Get the FOLLETT habit and turn the pennies
into dollars by shopping at Michigan's largest one-
stop Classroom Supply Store.
" ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS ... $1.69 and up
* LOOSE LEAF NOTEBOOKS. .
. ."10c, 25c, 35c, 50c, $1.00
* NOTEBOOK PAPER .. . All Sizes ... 10c
" SCRATCH PADS... 2 for 5c - 110c
" I.E.S. STUDY LAMPS ... $2.95
" FOUNTAIN PENS ..-. All Makes
" MICHIGAN PENNANTS ... 5c, 25c and up
* BLOTTERS...3 for 25c
* DESK PADS-. ..!.49 c and 59c
" ARCHITECTURAL SUPPLIES
" ENGINEERS' SUPPLIESe ZOOLOGY SUPPLIES
" BOTANY SUPPLIES e MICHIGAN JEWELRY
" LAUNDRY BAGS .,.m. $1.19
" MICHIGAN SEAL STATIONERY... 10c and up

Dobbs Stadium Club

ing your TEXTBOOK REQUIREMENTS! Stop at
FOLLETT'S as soon as you've classified and receive
your choice of the largest stock of Used and New

The yodel is a siren-song to the well-dressed college
man. For campus and sports, the top note is Tyrolean.
$5.00

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