THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, DEC. 1 1939
PAGE SIX FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1939
WolverineHockey Team Opens Season Tomorrow
I-M All-Star Touch Football,
Speedball Teams Are Selo
The I-M Department yesterday gaining more than one ma
annouiced the all-star fraternity all-star fraternity speedba
speedball and independent touch Sigma Chi placed four r
Acacia two. Alvin Kelso,
football teams, and Jack Cooper, forward,
The championship Sigma Chi team Sigma Chi, were the only
and Acacia were the only teams from last year's team.
in on the
Jack Cooper, Sigma Chi
Bob Reutter, Sigma Chi
Ralph Rhead, Phi Sigma Delta
John Paup, Acacia
Dick Bennett, Phi Kappa Psi
Alvin Kelso, Sigma Chi
Bill Brown, Acacia
Charles Evaps, Psi Upsilon
Charles knapp, Sigma Chi
Bob Krause, Sigma Alpha Mu
Pos. Second Team
F Chuck James, Phi Kappa Psi
F Bob Palmer, Chi Psi
F Jack Cory, Sigma Chi
F Bill Black, Alpha Tau Omega
C Paul Keller, Psi Upsilon
D Jack Meyer, Phi Delta Theta
D Martin Rudman, Phi Beta Delta
D Hanley Wolf, Phi Sigma Delta
G Rowland McLaughlin, Theta Xi
Utility Bury Otis, Phi Kappa Psi
The Hillbilly A.C., who won the
championship of the touch football
league by defeating the Robert Owen
Co-op, took three places on the all-
star team as did the Wolverines. Rob-
ert Owen placed two men on the
all-star lineup. Harold Nichols and
Bill Combs, members of Cliff Keen's
varsity wrestling squad, and end Ed
Murphy were picked from the cham-
pion Hillbillies. Other team repre-
sented were Lloyd House, Fletcher
Hall, and Wenley House.
ALL-STAR TOUCH FOOTBALL TEAM
ch Robert Owen'
S Hillbilly A.C.
Cy Robert Owenl
William Riordan, athletic manager star team, while Fletcher Hall, run-
of the dormitories, picked first and ners-up, placed three. At quarter-
second teams from the dormitory back on the all-star dormitory team
league. The dorm champions, Lloyd was Ted Lorig, star of the Lloyd Flet-
House, placed four men on the all- cher championship game.
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In First Test
Lowrey Not Satisfied As
Team Ends Preparation
For Game At Coliseum
The Michigan hockey team went
through its last practice session of
the week last night on the Coliseum
ice in preparation for the opening
game Saturday night here against
the London, Ontario, Athletic Club.
After a week of scrimmaging which
left much to be desired in the way
of good hockey the team was divided
into two squads which practiced
passing and checking at each end
of the ice.
Regulars Work Out
The first line of Paul Goldsmith,
Bert Stodden and Jim Lovett worked
against defensemen Larry Calvert
and Charlie Ross, with Capt. Spike
James facing them in the nets. Gil
Samuelson alternated with Jim Lov-
ett on left wing.
James, Ross and Calvert upon
whom will rest most of the job of
turning back the visitors' scoring
drives, showed almost midseason
form. However, the forwards lacked
organization. Their passes were wide
and usually too far ahead of the in-
tended receiver to be effective. The
entire combination failed to show
the drive that will be necessary to
score against the seasoned team it
will face Saturday night.
This absence of the drive which is
so necessary in hockey has troubled
Lowrey all week, but he indicated
that it is quite possible that the team
will regain the needed aggressive-
ness in actual competition.
Kid Line Improves
Meanwhile, the all-sophomore kid
line of John. Corson, Bill Canfield
and Bob Collins worked at the other
end of the ice against Warren King
and Henry Manning, with Henry
Loud, sophomore reserve goalie turn-
ing them back with some fine net-
The work of the second line has
been improving, and with a little
seasoning should prove to be a de-
pendable combination. Manning,
King and Cliff Dance who shared
the defense work, are really for-
wards, and will be used in that capa-
city during the season.
As in the past, Lowrey will use
Ross and Calvert in the starting de-
fense line, almost the entire game.
When the Wolverines use a four-
man attack on power plays, however,
Stodden will be replaced by another
forward, and Ross will leave his de-
fense position to go up the ice with
the attacking line. Stodden will,
then be put in at defense to give
Ross a rest when the first line is tak-
Gophers Select Harmon,
Fritz On All-Opponent 11
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 30.-(A)-
Minnesota's football crew picked Don
Scott of Ohio State and Tom Har-
mon of Michigan ahead of Nile Kin-
nick, the sensational Iowa backfield
star, in an all-opponent team today.
Scott and Harmon as backs each
got more votes than Kinnick but only
two opopnents were unanimous
choices-Rankin, Purdue end, and
Enich, Iowa tackle,
Other first-team selections were
Method, Northwestern, Fritz, Michi-
gan, and Embick, Wisconsin, guards;
Haman, Northwestern, center; John-
son, Purdue, tackle; Sarkkinen, Ohio
State, end; and Paskvan, Wisconsin,
First Team Pos.
James Lazerwitz, Lloyd E
Arnold Larsen, Fletcher E
Charles Pratt, Williams T
Charles Esler, Fletcher T
Robert Matthews, Lloyd G
Ted Albrecht, Lloyd G
Robert Mott, Allen-Rumsey C
Ted Lorig, Lloyd Q
Bob Vibbert, Fletcher H
Raymond Jaarsma, Michigan H
Jack Van Giesen, Wenley F
Leonard Wozniak, Michigan
Joe McCreary, Lloyd
Wes Peters, Adams
George Jacquillard, Winchell
Howard Ideson, Allen-Rumsey
Gene Ulak, Chicago
Charles Keyes, Lloyd
Marvin Taylor, Wenley
Arnold Horelick, Wenley
William Burke, Michigan
Walter Fish, Fletcher
Bert Stodden, Ann Arbor junior,
will take the ice at the right wing
position tomorrow night at the
Coliseum when Coach Eddie Low-t
rey's Wplverine sextet opens the1
1939 season against the LondonI
A.C. Stodden was converted from
a defense man last season and has
shown steady improvement up
Wolverine Tops Record;
Totaled 1,356 Yards
With Passes And Runs
SEATTLE, Dec. 1.-(W)-Tom Har-
mon, Michigan's great back who
rolled up 221 yards last week, ranked"
first as the nation's leading ground
gainer today, and also held the dis-
tinction of surpassing the 1938 rush-
American football statistical bureau
figures showed Harmon totaled 1,-
356 yards from both passes and scrim-
mage for an average of 169.5 yards,
per game and 6.08 yards per play.
In eight games, he carried the ball;
129 times and threw it 94 times, gain-
ing 868 yards on the ground and 488
in the air. His ground gain of 868
yards passed the 1938 leader, Len
Eshmont of Fordham, who totaled
After trailing Kay Eakin, the Ar-
kansas Traveler, for two weeks, Har-
mon zoomed into first place while
Eakin was idle. Eakin has accounted
for 1,150 yards in nine games.
'Hammer' Also Paces
CHICAGO, Dec. 1.-(M)-Tom Har-
mon, Michigan's backfield ace, wound
up as the No. 1 offensive man of the
Big Ten, statistics for the 1939 con-
ference football season disclosed to-
Harmon, playing in five games, led
in points with 61, in average yardage
by rushing per game with 88.8, and
in average yardage by both passing
and rushing with 167.6.
Harold Van Every of Minnesota,
while second to Harmon in average
gains per game by rushing, rolled up
the most yardage for the season in
this manner-452 in six games. Har-
er in last season's campaign who,
possesses some much needed height,
won't be out for several weeks yet.
Nick Reports Later
Also, the giant senior, John Nichol-
son will report late, since herhas to
recuperate from the grid wars that
just ended, and the hero of the Ohio
State battle, Fred Trosko, will prob-
ably not come out at all. Milo Sukup,
who won his letter last year, will
come out next week.
This leaves the Wolverines with
only three football players out for the
basketball squad at present which is
unusual, and they are Jim Grissen.
who reported yesterday, Norm Call,
who seems to be coming along fast
considering that he has been out only
four days, and Harris Roberts, who
reported with Call.
Plus these worries Oosterbaan has
only one six-footer, Captain and cen-
ter Jim Rae, who is a sure starter, and
the others who appear to have a post
clinched, forward Charlie Pink, and
Herb Brogan, and guard Mike Sofiak,
are all well under the highly desired
six feet. It makes little difference
Haynie Chosen By AAU
ANN ARBOR, Nov, 30.-(/P)-Tom
Haynie, veteran Michigan swimming
star, was notified by the AAU today
of his selection to a United States
team which will compete in Pan-
American games in Buenos Aires in
January. Haynies is now a post-
graduate student at Michigan.
mon was second at 444 and George
Paskvan of Wisconsin third with 429.
Jimmy Strausbaugh, climax run-
ner of the champion Ohio State
Buckeyes, had the best rushing av-
erage per play-8.37 yards, North-
western's Paul Soper followed with
seven per try.
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