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State, 37-20;_Sextet





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Jim Mandli

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bucket and a free throw 1
two foul shots by Mand
Joe Gerard, the Spa
point scorer, dribbled ii
first field goal after sixi
elapsed and was immedia
by two good foul tosses b
Mandler and Shemky. C
his own shot off the ba
sank it, but Dudley Jor
forward, brought the s
by sinking two beautifu
one handed push shots f
Mel Comin, who h
Shemky a few minutes
the ball away from Au
dribbled down the floor:
Mandler sank one from 1
Spartan Roy Deihl, who
for Gerard, swished one
the lalf ended.
Spartans Pull 1
Tht Spartans gave Mic
at the beginning of the
by bringing the score tc
bucket by Petroski and
ard. This was the closest
all evening, and from Y
end of the game the scori


Off To A Good


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Gerard, f..... .....
Jones, f ..............
Petroski, c.............
Aubuchon, g... . ...
Burk, g ..............
Deihl, f ..............
Weber, f .............
SVone, c...............
White, C..............
Peterson, g ............
Totals ............
Cartmill, f ............
Shemky, f...........
Mandler, c .............
Doyle, g ...............
MacConnachie, g ......
Comm, f.......... . .
Gibert, f ............. .
Holman, g.t.... ... .
Bikoff, g ..............

er Scores 15 Points; Junior Center Takes Scoring Honors
olds On To Early Lead '.:.:....
~ge 1) back:}; ::. x;;}. :i~i~~":: ?':~t:'?a'% : ?:i>""> %:i
age__) _ back and forth-first Michigan scor- >
ing six or seven points and then the
y Doyle sand East Lansing aggregation making
ler. three or four points.
artan's high Mandler became hot with approxi- :.
for state's mately six minutes of the last half
gone. The six foot four inch junior"
minutes had scored eight points in rapid suces-
tely followed sion on three field goals and two foul .....
y Michigan's shots before any of his teammates
addedin1 took another point to the Michigan:
ckboard and ;::}.r :"::..::::.:::.... toal
kbSarand toalMandler Stars On Defense .
nns hw;r"And his activities were not con- ....
sore to 16-7 fined to just scoring points as he was :
I buckets on getting almost all of the rebound .:.::".:."...".
om the foul shots, both under the Wolverines' ,
basket and under State's basket.s
ad rld lith the score 28-18, Doyle and .
Mandler worked the prettiest play of "....
before, took the evening. Doyle, taking a pass ......
buchon and from MacConnachie in the back court,t
for a basket, dribbled till he had almost reached .
bhe side, and the foul line, and then suddenly :hip->
. ped a pass to Mandler. Big Jim faked
had a pass out to Cartmill and back-Y
through as handed it to Leo who 'sank it for al
- Be A Goodfelow Tomorrow -
higan a scare We CBig Jim Mandler, who led the Wolverines to a decisive victory
20-15 on a In In terf ra ter nit over the Michigan State quintet last night in the first game of the sea-
two by Ger- son. The tall junior led both teams in scoring, looping in four baskets
t State came TourneyTomorrow and seven foul shots for a total of 15 points. Besides playing a very
here till the good defensive game to add to the laurels won in scoring, Mandler also
ng see-sawed had the best foul-shooting average of the evening, sinking seven of the
Winners in the inter-fraternity
wrestling meet which will be held next eight free throws he attempted.. The big center, who is one of the four
Start Monday and Tuesday can also enter lettermen on this year's squad, finished second in the team's scoring
the annual All-Campus tourney last season.
scheduled for next Wednesday, Dec.
G F T 17, Varsity mat coach Cliff Keen --BULLETIN
5 0 10 announced yesterday. SACRAMENTO, Calif., Dec. 13.
2 0 4 The all-campus af fair will berun-()-GCAET Clf., Dne 1
1 2 4 off at 4 p.m. in wisFil bue rn i \ l U~-o. Culbert L. Olson tele-
SYost Field House and graphed Pasadena authorities to-
0 0 0 everyone is eligible to participate ex- I night, forwarding a request of the
0 0 0 cept Varsity letter winners. AEArmy that the Pasadena Tourna-
1 0 2 Keen named several grapplers who ment of Roses and the Rose Bowl
0 0 0 have signed up for the meet and who \ game between Duke University and
0 0 0 appear to be strong contenders. In Oregon State College on New
0 0 0 the 121 pound division, Harvey Little- J Year's Day be cancelled.
ton, Vic Wirthheimer, and Mike Rolak Dave Foutz, secretary to the
9 2 may end up with the crown, while governor, said the governor tele-
20 Dick Kopel and Ken Carter at 128 graphed Pasadena's city directors
Gr F T1pounds, Hal Rudle at 136 pounds, and By ARr HILL that Lieutenant General John L.
2 2 6 Chip Warrick, Manley Johnson, DeWitt, commander of the Fourth
1 2 4 George McIntyre, and Mel Becker, all Army, believed the tournament
1 2 4 at 145, are very likely prospects for THINGS ARE LOOKING UP. For and the football game shou be
4 7 15 their divisions. Michigan's hockey team, we mean. called off "for reasons of national
3 1 7 Injuries will keep two very potent The undermanned but seldom out- defense and civilian protection."
0 1 1 competitors, Pete Speek and Mary gamed Wolverine sextet fought a big-
2 0 4 Becker, from the 155 pound group, ger, faster Port Dover aggregation for
0 0 0 but Mike Hurwitz and Earl Russel 60 minutes last night before succumb-
0 0 0 are ready to prove themselves worthy ing to the visitors, 2-1. A moral INTRAMURAL
of the title at that weight. victory.
if1337 In the upper divisions we have Jack Michigan hockey fans, inured to ort
O'Connor, Don O'Neill, and Tom long years of defeat, are a peculiar P
igan 20, Mi- Moeller at 165 pounds, Jack Nuding bunch. They are the only Wol- By BART JENKS and DON MELA
at 175 pounds, and Tom Coffield and verine fans we know of who can get
Johnny Green looking powerful enthused over a defeat adminstered
erard, Jones, among the heavyweights. to their team. But that's under- Three volleyball championships
Veber, Burk, A gold medal will be awarded to the standable since the Maize and Blue wei is week. First, a tall gang
in, winner in each division. Final match- putksters can look unusually good
es will have a nine-minute time limit and still lose. from Winche House topped all Resi-
Chicago. while preliminary bouts will be re- dnce Hall teams for the third year
Cincinnati. stricted to six. A Michigan victory just wasn't in in a row by subduing Prescott House
the cards at the Coliseum last night
t Paurd Glsth, ohn yaid- in two out of three games. The win-
ford, Hank Loud et al showed that ners and still champions gained sweet
they may be a force to be reckoned revenge on their way to the finals by
de n t Specwith before they hang up their skates tripping up Williams House in the
dain the spring. Especially when you West Quad playoff, thus reversing
consider that, with a little luck, five the result of the football game be-
players now ineligibl will return at
the start of the second semester. tween the two houses.
/ On Thursday, Nu Sigma Nu took
We have a bone lo pick with our the title in the professional firaternity
good friend, Eddie Lowrey, the Wol-
verine coach, however. If you were volleyball loop, dethroning Alpha
.. . . . . . . .$13.76* at the game last night, you will re- Omega, last year's champs, to the
member that Port Dover's Paul tune of 15-3, 15-10.
" . . . . . . . . . . 12.23 Roth was given a two-minute pen- Sigma Alpha Mu volleyball team
alty midway in the last period., displayed some beautifully smooth
.18,80Michigan was trailing at the time teamwork at times yesterday, and
..1 8. by a single goal and it looked like swept through Phi Kappa Tau in four
7.09 the ideal time to send a wingman games to annex the fraternity volley-
into the contest and remove one of ball crown, 15-7, 13-15, 15-11, 15-8.
the defensemen. A power play was With the first three months of com-
petition almost over,,.Chi Phi leads

But Eddie, knowing that his lads all other fraternities in the :race for
.......--were slower skaters than the oppon- the all-around championship with a
ents, refused to take chances, keep- total of 471 points. Nearest to the Chi
. . . . . . . . . . . . 16.28 ing two men on the back line at all Phis is Phi Delta Theta, last year's
times. kings, who are but two small points
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.75 We understand fully that to put in front of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Sigma
on a power play at that time would I Chi, runner-up last year, is the only
. . . . . . . . . . . . 730 have been tempting fate. A Port other fraternity with more than 400
Dover player iight have broken points. The Sigma Chis have 413.
. . . . . . 8.82 into the clear with the puck and Chi Phi sprang quite a surprise by
dented the laces at goalie Hank beating Sigma Chi in both swimming,
... . 10.45 Loud's back to put his team far- 32-29, and water polo, 3-1. By win-
ther in the lead. But when you're ning the swimming meet, the Chi Phis
. . . 12.18 behind (yet still close enough so entered the semi-finals in this sport
S. . ...that you have a chance to triumph) along with the Phi Kappa Psis who
.. .... 15.02 you have to take chances. With a just squeezed by Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
S ..man in the sin bin, we think Eddie 31-30.
'made a mistake in not turning on With six point winners back, Phi
d Trip - Federal Tax Included his offense. Delta Theta looks like a good bet to
rice of ticket payable in advance. MICHIGAN BASKETBALL take the fraternity wrestling cham-
THE pionship on Monday. The small num-
team opened its season somewhat ber of entries so far won't make things
SS ES LEAVE ON FRI DAY, more auspiciously last night than did any harder for the Phi Delts. Only
the puckmen a week earlier. Bennie three men will be defending titles
DECEMBER 19 Oosterbaan's boys handed Michigan won last year, Tom Goodkind of Zeta
State a 37-20 licking and looked Beta Tau in the heavyweight division,
pretty good in doing so. Fred Anderson of Phi Gamma Delta
Jim Mandler, the Wolverines' iA the 128-pound division, and John
H IGA N U N IO N outstanding candidate for all-con. Stewart of Phi Delta Theta in the
ference cage honors, lived up to all 121-pound division.
pre-season promise by tallying four -
field goals and seven foul shots
from his center position to top the WAR CLAUSE
scoring for both teams.
e are based on the sale of 10 or more tickets A LITTLE of g ANNOUNCED
e TALId ,NO of the Michigan in-
xacept Bufa Pttbrh n Ciaowih nrtirn may ve oefrom a Up to end including December 23,

Puclkmen Drop Track Team Displays Power
Lead Achieved In First Intensive Time Trials
In First Period Put through its paces by Coach Ken sprint events this year was evidenced
Doherty for the first time this season, by Capt. Al Piel and sophomore Lenny
the Wolverine track squad, running Al on. Finishing in a dead heat in
Loud, In Great Exhibition, time trials at Yost Field House yes- the 60 yard dash, the two speed de-
mons were clocked in the very fast
Makes 54 Saves; John terday afternoon, gave evidence of time of 6.4 seconds, which is only two-
Braidford Gets Marker plenty of power in several events but tenths of a second slower than the
showed, too, that there is still much Field House record.
(Continued from Page 1) room for improvement. Frank McCarthth, he most versatile
Coach Doherty had announced that that he still favors the high hurdles
score materialized, hbwever, and then he expected to name the two runners more than the high-jump and broad-
the big Dover squad went on to tie to fill the positions on the mile relay jump events, in which he also com-
up the game. At 5:10, Red Forest took team left open by graduation, but the petes. Stepping out in mid-season
a rebound shot off Loud's pads and times turned in by the quarter-milers form, the Junior timber-topper broke
scored. Babe Stewart got an assist. in yesterday's races were so nearly the tape in the high-hurdle event in
in ysteday' raes wre o nerlya fast 8.3 seconds.
Five minutes later, at 10:55, the equal that Doherty declared both Another encouraging note in yes-
same two Canadians teamed up to- places on the quartet were still wide terday's trials was the two-mile run,
gether to mark up a counter which open. Bob Ufer, hold-over member of in which five men were clocked under
put the visitors in the lead. Port last year's championship relay team, ten minutes. Sophomore John Inger-
Dover went on, never relinquishing ran a very good 440 yards in 50.1 sec- soll won the event, being followed
the one point margin, and the score onds, while Al Thomas, the other to the finish line by Ernie Leonardi,
remained 2-1 throughout the game. baton-passer, who was running for another new member of the squad.
The third period saw the Sailors the first time since the close of foot- Bob Segula, the husky Wolverine
open up with power plays, but Loud ball, coasted in to a win in his heat.Ipole-vaulter, also demonstrated mid-
held them in check, making 23 saves. Further proof that the Wolverines season form as he cleared the bar at
Michigan had a few flashes of good will be extraordinarily strong in the 12 feet 6 inches.
play, but poor passing kept them from__
tying the score. During this period,R -
the powerdplays of the visitors kept'y
the puck down in the Michigan side i~.:z''2.....aU.z" ..Sr4 . : t .,:t " ".K~: °e :1t. si'
of the ice most of the time. The
Wolverine defense bore the brunt of
the attack, and combined with the
fine work of Loud, the Varsity was -
able to keep the score down. f "
During the entire game, Loud more
than doubled the number of saves
that Thorn Reid, Port Dover goalie,
made. Reid made a total of 25 saves.
This explains where most of the at-
tack was concentrated.
Between periods Nancy Upson, a
sophomore in the University, put on
a fine exhibition of fancy skating.
* * *
Michigan Pos. Port Dover
Loud G Reid
Hull RD C. Mummery -
Reichert LD MacDonald
Braidford C Forest
Goldsmith (c) RW Stewart
Bahrych LW Schram - -
Michigan spares: Collins, Corson,
Bradley, Forsyth and Hilman.
Port Dover spares: Karges, Murphy, There is nothng better
Roth, Hause, Nobes and G. Mummery.
Referee: Arthur Leaver. t an a f o d B o I
Scoring: (1) Michigan: Braidford
(Goldsmith), 14:10.
Penalty: Murphy, 10:01.
Scorng:(2) Port Dover: Forest
(Stewart), 5:40. (3) Port Dover: For- 2 for 5e; C; lH e and 25c
-est (Stewart) :10:55.
Penalties: Forest, 11:48; Karges,
Scoring: none.
Penalties: Roth, '12:22; Collins,
All members of the Varsity STATE at NORTH UNIVERSTY
swimming team please report at
the Sports Building pool at 5 p.m. W AKE
Matt Mann, Coach '

Totals ..............
Half time score: Mich
chigan State 9.
Free throws missed: G
Petroski 2, Aubuchon, V
Peterson, Cartmill 2, Cor
Doyle 2, MacConnachie.
ftferee, Bill Haarlow,
Umpire, Dan Tehan, C



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