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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
Pucksters Open Seaso in Exh bition
To Be Decided
Beta Theta Pi Loses
Four Greek letter houses plung-
ed into the semi-final round of
the Fraternity Swimming champ-
ionship which is slated for Mon-
day night in the Intramural pool.
Sigma Phi Wins
In the quarter-finals Sigma Phi
dropped the defending title hold-
er, Beta Theta Pi, while Chi Phi
edged out Phi Gamma Delta, and
Sigma Chi dumped Delta Upsilon.
all by the score of 31-30. Chi Psi
had a little less trouble in its duel
meet by outswimming Pi Lamb-
da Delta, 40-21.
Up to the last event, the 75
yard medley relay, Sigma Phi held
a three point lead as John Brink
snagged a first in the backstroke,
Bud Emory paddled in ahead of
the rest in the 25 yard free style,
and J. J. Jennings won the 50
yard free style. The Betas then
let loose and won the final med-
ley relay, but second place points
were enough to give the meet to
Chi Phi and Phi Cam Clash
It was the same sitiuatioi as the
Chi Phis and Phi Gams splashed
down to the final event with the
Gams trailing by three points. Bill
Johnson had paced the 50 yard
free style and Bob Noser the 25
yard free style. They later com-
bined as the first and last leg
respectively of the 100 free style
relay to give Chi Phis the lead.
With Preston Tucker winning the
diving and taking second in ie
breaststroke, the Phi Gams press-
ed the victors all the way, but
first place markers in the last
,medley relay weren't enough to
catch Chi Phi.
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By ALYS GEORGE
Adding another strange note to
an unusual football season, two
Michigan linemen, Jim Brieske,
and Bob Mann, stole the season's
scoring honors from the host of
Even though he usually picks
up one point at a time, Brieske's
talented toe added 29 extra points
and one field goal to give him a
total of 32 for the season. By
Shot Put M9ark
Coach Ken Doherty's thinclads
have completed their first offi-
cial time trials of the new track
campaign and Charley Fonville,
weight sensation of last spring,
emerged as the early-season pace
The Negro sophomore unoffi-
cially broke the Yost Field House
shot put record Monday with a
heave of 52 ft. 3 in. The official
mark is held by William Wat-
son, renowned Michigan .thin-
clad of the late thirties, who
tossed the iron ball 51 ft. 5 in.
Fonville's spectacular early ex-
plosion into regular season form
is striking evidence of his desire
to plunge into conference com-
petition and take the shot put
crown he narrowly missed last
season. The husky product of De-
troit has one eye cast in the direc-
tion of Illinois, where a boy
named Norm Wasser has decided
by some chance to matriculate.
Wasser is a highly touted trans-
fer from New York University
who has already, according to un-
official reports, hit distances be-
yond 53 feet.
Aside from Fonville's exploits,
Coach Doherty had praise for dis-
tance runners, Chuck Low, Char-
lie Birdsall, and Dave Quellar, all
of whom ran around two-minute
In the field event trials, Gene
Moody, Max Kelly, and Ed Ul1-
vestad pole-vaulted over 12 feet,
while high-jumpers Bob Harris,
Bob Gardner, and Fonville "all
cleared well over 5 ft. 9 in. Six
hurdlers came in for bouquets.
Neil MacIntyre, Bill Marcoux,
John Lindquist, and Bill Wykoff
performed creditably in the highs,
while Marcoux, Leroy Daggs, and
Alden Nelson showed favorably
in the lows.
scoring two, touchdowns against
Ohio State, Mann brought his to-
tal to five, giving him 30 points
and second place in the scoring
Missed First Conversion at OSU
Although Brieske missed his
first conversion in Big Nine con-
petition in Michigan's romp over
Ohio State, he kept his field goal
record unmarred. In his entire
varsity career for the Wolverines
Brieske has only been called on
twice to attempt a field goal, once
in his first game, and again last
Saturday, in what probably was
his last appearance in a maize
and blue uniform.
Brieske's three points in the
Buckeye debacle added the last
ironic touch to a surprising game.
But "automatic" Jim almost
didn't get a chance for that first
field goal four years ago.
First Big Chance
With the Wolverines leading
6-0 in the opener against Great
Lakes in 1942, Coach Fritz Cris-
ler called on Brieske for three
more points just for insurance.
Eagerly Brieske jumped up from
the bench to enter his first var-
sity game for Mchigan. He
reached for his helmet but it
Frantically he dashed up and
down the bench looking for his
headgear and almost missed his
first chance to score for the Wol-
verines. When he finally raced on-
to the gridiron, he sliced the up-
rights for three points and the
game ended, 9-0.
Ray Roberts, trainer of Michi-
gan athletic teams for 17 years,
announced yesterday that he will,
resign his position at the end of
the current athletic year.
Roberts gave no reason for his
decision but said that he is con-
sidering other offers in both ath-
letic training and other lines of
work. Before joining the Wolver-
ine athletic staff, Roberts served
at West Point.
Michigan Athletic Director
Fritz Crisler expressed surprise at
the announcement by Roberts
and stated that at the present
time he had no one in mind to
replace. the present trainer.
ELMER MADAR . . . added
one more laurel to his list as
he accepted a bid to compete in
annual East-West game.
Bob°Wiese and Elmer Madar,
fullback and end on Michigan's
1946 starting eleven, have ac-
cepted invitations to play in the
East-West Shrine game at San
Francisco on New Year's Day, it
was revealed yesterday.
Colgate's Coach Andy Kerr, who
has charge of the East eleven this
year, sent them invitations Mon-
day, and the two Wolverines, af-
ter a huddle with the coaching
staff, wired their acceptance
eastward yesterday afternoon.
The Michigan gridders didn't
know when the first practice ses-
sions for the East squad would be
called, declaring that Kerr had
indicated he would send them
additional information as soon as
he received their reply to the in-
Madar and Wiese are the latest
additions to a list cf Wolverine
players that have participated inI
practically every Shrine game
since the series began in 192.
Last year's Michigan representa-
tive was Mike Prashaw, a tackle
transfer from Michigan State.
Prashaw, due to the oddities of
wartime eligibility, played twice,
once in 1944 for the Spartans and
then for the Wolverines.
By DES HOWARTI
Wolverine hockey fans were
treated to a full sixty minutes of
exciting entertainment last night
as the Deroit Red Wings of the
National Hockey League battled
the Maize and Blue puck squad in
an exhibition contest at the Colis-
The final score was 7-5 for the
Red Wings, but the fans weren't
too interested in he score. They
came to see the professionals in
action and Manager Jack Adams'
squad didn't disappoint them.
Red Wings Play Well
The Detroiters were, by the jo-
vial Adams' own admission, skat-
ing and passing exceptionally well
last night. And both goalies, Har-
ry Lumley and Johnny Mowers
put on spectacular exhibitions of
goal-tending. All of which added
to the enjoyment of the crowd.
Lumley and Mowers incidental-
ly were playing in the Michigan
nets, and after the first periodj
the Wings' forward line of Ted
Lindsay, Gordon Howe, and Sid
Abel was also loaned to the Wol-
However, the Maize and Blue
puckmen were impressive in their
own right and served notice that
they will again be one of- the
country's leading collegiate teams.
After spotting the Wings a six
goal lead in the first two periods
they roared back with five goals
in the final period.
Jack MacDonald, ably support-
ed by a strong Red Wing defense
also made several nice saves, his
best effort corning when he rob-
bed the "borrowed" Ted Lindsay
Qf a goal as he came in alone.
Wings Open Scoring
The Wings opened the scoring
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at 6:31 of the first period when
Tom Gauthier took a pass from
Roy Conacher and pushed it past
Lumley. Sid Abel then banged one
in front with Jack Stewart and
Gord Howe assisting. A minute
later Brown added another and
Jerry Couture ran the count to
four to nothing in the final min-
ute of the stanza.
In the second Ed Brunteau scor-
ed unassisted, and at the 15:42
mark Bruce Burdett, newly ac-
quired rookie, grabbed Couture's
pass to slam home goal number
Then Michigan got back into
the game. Captain Connie Hill
caught Al Renfrew's pass 50 feet
out and rifled a hard shot which
MacDonald couldn't see. Ren-
frew scored with Lindsay assist-
On the best play of the even-
ing Renfrew passed to Bill Jac-
obson at center ice. Jacobson then
shot the puck to Lyle Phillips who
eluded one defenseman and made
good on a pretty shot to the cor-
ner of the net.
Howe and Ted Greer added two
more goals while Couture tallied
a final one for the Red Wings.
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