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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1945

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1945

Hockey

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QUT FOR A SCALP:

Washington Redskins Battle
To Win Pro Football Crown

Jacobson Leads Wolverine AU ack
With Four Goals Against 1ohawks

SEASON BEGINS:
Wolverine Swimmers Open
1945-46 ScheduleSaturday

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8-Prof es-
sional Football nears its final round
Sunday with a climactic clash be-
tween New York's Giants and Wash-
ington's Redskins that has the Na-
tion's capital by its ear.
All tickets to the game have been
sold out for weeks. Leading sports
writers, radio announcers and col-
lege and professional coaches will sit
with the 34,788 fans who usually jam
Griffith Stadium for every Redskin
home game.
The Redskins are favored but the
Giants may spring another upset
comparable to their startling 28-21

victory over Philadelphia's Eagles
last week.
The Giants are out of the title
hunt, but Coach Steve Owen, famous
for strong finishes, long has had
Washington's number.
In five final-day meetings with the
Redskins, Owen's Giants have won
four. And in their over-all series dat-
ing back to 1937, the Owenmen have
won 11 of 17 games, with one tie.
The Redskins will trot out for the
2 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)
kickoff holding full possession of first
place in the Eastern Division of the
National League.

Renfrew Sees Action Despite Taped Wrist;
MacMillan, Grant, Hill, Macness Also Star
By DES HOWARTH
Paced by Bill Jacobson, who scored four goals and an assist, Michigan's
hockey team scored an impressive 8-3 victory over a fighting Owen Sound
squad at the Coliseum last night.
. Michigan took the lead twice, and after Owen Sound had tied the score
each time, the Wolverines went to work to score five times in the second
stanza and put the game away. It -
was a hard fought contest all the and was not expected to see action in
way, and the Owen Sound Mohawks last night's contest, played another
put up a battle before being snowed stellar game at the wing position.
under by the Michigan attack. Coach Vic Heyliger had been inform-
Jacobson Scores ed Friday that Renfrew's wrist had

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Jacobson scored his first goal in
less than four minutes, taking a pass
from Gordon MacMillan and beating
Mohawk goalie Don Sutherland. Owen
Sound tied the count in the middle
of the initial period when Connie Hill,
stocky Wolverine defenseman, was
sent to the penalty box for board-
checking. The Mohawks put on the
pressure, and Andy Blair banged the
puck past Jack McInnes, Wolverine
netman, for a score.
Michigan again went into the lead
in the last minute of the period when
Jacobson passed from in back of the
net to MacMillan who scored for the
Wolverines. This time the Mohawks
were short-handed with Vic Bishop
off the ice for kneeing. However,
Owen Sound again knotted the count
at the start of the second stanza,
when Cecil Shears tallied. Until this
point the game had been a dog-fight,
with the outcome very much in doubt.
Wolverines Score Five
However the Wolverines then went
on a scoring spree to tally five count-
ers. Jacobson scored two goals
from scrambles in front of the net

been broken, but later x-rays proved
otherwise, and the scrappy youngster
played with his wrist heavily taped.
Mohawks Tally
Jacobson scored his final goal at
the beginning of the final period,
after intercepting a pass at the Owen
Sound blue line. He went in on Suth-
erland alone and the Mohawk goalie
had no chance for a save. Shears con-
cluded the game's scoring with a hard
shot past MacInnes.
Heyliger was well pleased with his
team after tonight's showing, and
'was high in his praise of every mem-
ber of the Michigan aggregation.
"Owen Sound had a very good club
and gave us quite a battle. They de-
Big Ten Moves
To Put in Effect
Pre-War Rules

serve a lot of credit for their show-
ing," the Michigan coach admitted.
SUMMARIES
MICHIGAN OW'N SOUND
Maclnnes G . Sutherland
Smith L9 1 Hayward
Marshall R D Blair
Gacek C Smith
Grant LW Foster
Celley RW Shears
REFEREE: Ace Lee of Detroit.
SCORING: 1st Period-Miehigan
- Jacobson (asist MacMIlan),
MacMillan (assist -Jacobsin). Owen
Sound-Blair (assist Shears).
2nd Period: Owen Sound-Shears
(assists McCarthy, Pollock). Michi-
gan-Jacobson (asi"t MacMillan),
Jacobson (Renfrew, MacMillan),
Kuznier (unassisted), Renfrew (as-
sist MacMillan), Grant (assists
Gacek, Smith).
3rd Period: Michigan-Jacobson
(unassisted). Owen Sound-Shears
(assists McCarthy, Pollock).
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Spartans HoldNational
Crown br r l Skill
EAST LANSING, Dec. 8 - (P) -
Michigan swimming fans will get
their first chance to see members of
the Michigan State College's Nation-
al AAU Champion tank squad in ac-
tion next Saturday at the Michigan
AAU Indoor Meet in the University
of Michigan Pool in Ann Arbor.
. Because of final examinations at
MSC this week, the Spartans will not
enter as a team, Coach Charlie Mc-
Caffree said, but three members of
the squad which annexed the nation-
al title last summer will compete in
individual and relay events.
Howard Patterson of Saginaw,
State outdoor backstroke champion,
will compete in the 100-yard indoor
event and will team with Jim Quig-
ley of Saginaw and John Demond, of
Jackson, members of the champion
MSC relay team, and Jim Thomas,
also of Saginaw, in the 400 yard relay.
Thomas, captain-elect of the 1944
Spartan squad, has returned from
service in the Army Air Forces, and
will pilot the 1946 team.

Michigan's 1945-6 swimmingI
schedule, announced yesterday at
Chicago, will feature 10 dual meets
and two championship affairs.
The Wolverines will open Dec. 15,
with the State A.A.U. championships
slated for the Intramural Building
pool. Conference competition will
culminate Mar. 8-9 with the annual
Big Ten championships at Minne-
sota.
Five dual meets will be run off here.
with Great Lakes, Minnesota, Pur-
due, Iowa State and Wayne the in-
vaders. The annual grudge fight be-,
tween Ohio State and the Wolver-

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The complete schedule:
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Jan. 11 Northwestern, away
Jan. 12 Great Lakes, away
Jan. 19 Iowa State, here
Jan. 26 Purdue, here
Feb. 2 Michigan State, away
Feb.' 8 Wayne, here
Feb 16 Minnesota, here
Mar 2 Ohio State, away
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