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______TiI MIChIGAN DAILY

AFTER THE VACATION:
January Slate for 1W Athletes

Jan. 2 DeLaSalle Jrs., hockey, 8 p.m.
Jan. 4 Windsor Colonials, hockey,
away.
Jan. 5 Great Lakes, swimming, here
(3 p.m.)
Illinois, basketball, here
(7:30 p.m.)
Sarnia Club, hockey, here
(8 p.m.)
Jan. 7 Michigan State, basketball,
away.
Jan. 11 Chicago, basketball, away.
Colorado Coll., hockey, away.
Northwestern, swimming,
away
Jan. 12 Northwestern, basketball,
away
Colorad Coll., hockey, away
Bucks Slate USC
COLUMBUS, OHIO, Dec. 19. -
The Ohio State University athletic
board gave its formal approval to-
night to the scheduling of a football
game between the Bucks and South-
ern California at Los Angeles on next
Oct. 5.

Great Lakes, swimming, away
Jan. 18 Minnesota, hockey, here
(8 p.m.)
Jan. 19 Northwestern, basketball,
here (7:30 p.m.)
Minnesota, hockey, here
(8 p.m.)
Indiana, wrestling, away
Jan. 21 Indiana; basketball, away
Jan. 25 Toronto U., hockey, away
Jan. 26 Purdue, swimming, here
(3 p.m.)
Ohio State, basketball, here
Purdue, wrestling, here
(right after basketball)
Toronto U., hockey, away

Mat Meet
Finds Seven
New Titists'
Coach Keen Pleased
At Team Progress
By SY LICHTER
Michigan's all-campus wrestling
tournament was held yesterday after-
noon at the Yost Fieldhouse, and due
to the change in the Christmas va-
cation the preliminaries, quarterfin-
als, semifinals and finals were all run
off.

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key, here In the 128 pound class, the finals
brought together Forrest Dayton and
Jim Stark. This match did not last its
three periods because Dayton injured
Its his arm and was forced to withdraw.
However, Coach Keen called the
match a draw and decided to have a
rematch after Christmas.
en 25 Smith Tops Richards
18 At 136-pounds, Maurice Smith
22 wrestled against Dale Richardson,
and after the three periods were fin-
ished, Smith was on top with a one
point margin and the mythical
championship.
The 145-pound bracket found
Wayne Smith wrestling Morrison Is-
mond. Smith won this match by pin-
ning Ismond in 3:05.
In the 155-pound class, Stu Snyder
defeated Marty Cranston 5-2. The
165-pound group saw Earl Russell
fell Gus Womeldorf in 3:16 while in
the 175-pound bracket, Bob Bosworth
won over Jim McGowan by 7-4.
Blumenstein Pins Wilkins
In the unlimited weight division,
Stu Wilkins, who was on the football
team, was pitted against Al Blumen-
stein in the finals. The winner of this
match was Blumenstein, who pinned
Wilkins in 3:03.
The winers of the matches which
our. were run off today will receive gold
medals as prizes. In the 128-pound
draw, both men who were in the finals
will get medals.
After the tournament had been
completed Coach, Keen said, "The
FFCE team has made excellent progress.
The men are still green but they are
coming around. I am very pleased
with the showing they naade in this
-___-_ -afternoon's contests."

Fifth Straight Win
Sought by Sextet
By DES HOWARTH
Gunning for its fifth straight win
and a clean slate for this year's half
of the hockey campaign, Coach Vic
Heyliger's young sextet will take the
ice at 8 p.m. today to do battle with
the Canadians from Sault Sainte
Marie, Ont. in the final game for 1945
for the Wolverines.
Coach Heyliger has indicated plans
to start the first line consisting of
Wally Gacek at center and Walt
Grant and Neil Celley at the wings.
Celley was injured slightly when he
fell on the ice in front of the Coli-
seum, Tuesday, but is expected to be
ready for tonight's game.
High Scorers To See Action
Alternating with this line, the
high-scoring trio of Gord MacMillan,
Bill Jacobson, and Al Renfrew will
also see much action. This combina-
tion, centered by MacMillan has
scored 13 of the27 goals the Wol-
verines have scored in the four games
already played. A third combination
will have Chet Kuznier at center with
Dick Starrak and Bob Arnot at the
wings.
As usual, the goal position will be
handled by Jack MacInnes. In the
Auto Club contest MacInnes was
phenominal according to Heyliger
who termed his efforts as good as
anything he had ever seen in college
hockey.
At Full Strength
For the first time this season,
Michigan will have its defense at full
strength. Clem Cossalter and Connie
Hill are slated to start, with Cossal-
ter fully recovered from his injury
incurred two weeks ago. Bob Mar-
shall and Ross Smith will alternate
with the starting defense and Jim
Johnson may also see action.
Heyliger warns that the Soo puck-
men are liable to be plenty tough for
his club, especially if last year's rec-
ord is any indication of the Cana-
dian's strength.

Humes May
Run Under
Rule Change
CHICAGO, Dec. 19-(P)-A half-
dozen midwestern athletes, who al-
ready have completed three years of
varsity competition, today were
handed a stay of eligibility execution
by the Big Ten.
Commissioner Kenneth (Tug) Wil-
son said the Conference had recon-
sidered in a mail poll recent legisla-
tion which would have made immedi-
ately ineligible such basketball stars
as George Mikan, 6-ft. 9-in De Paul
University center, and Ned Postels,
guard of Iowa's championship team.
Faculty representatives of all 10
League schools, Wilson said, agreed
that the legislation shall not be-
come effective until the end of the
current winter sports season. The
new rule provides that athletes
who have completed three years of
competition during the war period,
excluding play as freshmen or mili-
tary trainees, are not eligible for
further competition.
The poll was requested by member
schools and independents which op-
e'rate under the Big Ten code. They
contended immediate application of
the rule was unfair to coaches and
athletes, who already had started the
winter season.
The eligibility extension also
benefitted basketballers Max Mohr
of Minnesota and Bob Rosendahl of
Marquette, and Big Ten track
stars, Bob and Ross Hume, Michi-
gan's ace distance performers, and
Bob Fitch of Minnesota, who may
compete during the indoor track
season.
Wilson stressed that another new
Big Ten rule banning athletes who
completed three years competition
prior to the conference's emergency
period was not affected by the mail
vote.
Greenberg's
Return Cited
By AP Writers
NEW YORK, Dec. 18-')-Hank
Greenberg, a 34-year-old inspiration
to every returning GI, staged the big-
gest comeback in sorts in 1945 with
a grand slam home run that won the
pennant for Detroit on the last day
of the season and his slugging for the
victorious Tigers in the World Series.
Hailed by a majority of the 74
sports editors participating in the
annual Associated Press year-end
poll, the discharged Air Force Cap-
tain picked up 29 first place votes,
nine second place ballots and four
thircis for a total of 109 points, out-
distancing all opposition.
Second place went to Ben Hogan,
another ex-serviceman, who earned
30 points by cleaning up in the pro
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In keeping with the spirit of Yule
and in the wake of a 48-32 lashing
administered to Utah Michigan's
basketball s.quad is looking forward
to its Big Ten cage opener against
Indiana Saturday night at Yost Field
House.
The Hoosiers are rated a dark
horse entry in the Conference race.
So far this season Indiana has won
four games while dropping only one.
The single loss came at the hands of
a strong Louisville quintet. In its
other games the Hoosiers sent Camp
Atterbury down to defeat on two
occasions, beat Washington Univer-
sity and in its last contest whipped
a highly rated Cincinnati five, 54-44.
Wittenbraker Is Spark Plug
Standouts for the Indiana hoop-
g fg fta ftrmpct tp pf
Harrison 5 31 18 10 .556.72.12
Selbo 5 23 17 14 .825.60.13
Strack 5 14 7 5 .714 33 11
Mullancy 5 11 14 11 .787 33 12
Feinberg 5 6 11 10 .911 22 7
Elliott 4 8 4 2 .500 18 2
Kell 5 7 5 3 .600 17 11
Waltoil 5 6 6 4 .667 16 7
Dietrich 3 3 1 0 .000 6 3
Baker 5 1 3 2 .667 4 5
Harder 5 2 1 0 .000 4 2
Rosencrans 2 1 0 0 .000 2 1
Muelder 2 0 0 0 .000 0 3
Phillips 1 0 (( 0 .000 0 1
Westerman 2 0 1 0 .000 0 1
g -games, fg-field goals, fta-free
throws attempted, ftm-free throws
made, pct-percentage, tp-total points,
pf-personal fouls.
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sters thus far in the season have been
forwards John Wallace and Bob Mehj
and center Al Kralavonsky. Captain
Dick Wittenbraker, a returning vet-
eran from the 1942-43 squad, has
been the sparkplug of the team and
highscorer.
During the Christmas vacation the
Wolverines will not confine their ac-
tivities to Yost Field House but on
Dec. 29 will journey to Columbus for
a crucial conference tilt with Ohio
State.
Risen Leads Bucks
The Buckeyes are rated by many as
the team to beat in this year's con-
ference play. With the return of 6
ft. 9 in. center Arnold "Stilts" Risen
and two guards who have been oper-
ating together for three years in Paul
Huston and grid all-American War-
ren Amling, the Buckeyes send an ex-
perienced hoop squad on the court.
This season the Bucks won three
and lost one in pre-Conference play,
the loss coming at the hands of a
star studded, undefeated Wright
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