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THE MICHIGAN IAILY

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Michigan

Pucksters

Trounce

Spitfires,

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To day

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Contests End

Topsy-tu rvyCampaign
Spotlight on Southeastern Conference as
Four Teams Struggle for Share of Title

Sextet Triumphs in
Wild Scoring Fray
Bill Jacobson Scores Three Goals
As MacMillan Leads Point-Getters

Cadets in Final Fling
Against Navy in Philly

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, Nov. 29--For all
practical purposes, a college foot-
ball season that has endured more
upsets than a one-legged man on
a high-wheel bicycle reaches its
spectacular conclusion tomorrow
with Army and Notre Dame still
crowding each other for the mythi-
,cal national championship.
Beyond tomorrow's tussles, all
that remains of a campaign that
has often been a headache but
never a bor- are a handful of De-
cember contests, some of them
taking western teams to Hawaii,
and the mushrooming collection of
New Year's Day bowl games.
Army, Navy Collide
Army and Navy collide at Phila-
delphia tomorrow in the annual
Spartans Try
For .500 Slate
EAST LANSING, Nov. 29--(/P)--
Michigan State College will close
its second worst football season
under the 13-year reigfi of Head
Coach Charley Bachman here
Saturday when it meets Wash-
ington State.
The Spartans will be trying to
finish the season with a .500 per-
centage, having won four of their
first nine contests. The Cougars
will be seeking their second vic-
tory.
State's worst season under
Bachman was in 1940, when the
Spartans won three, lost four and
tied one. State won four, lost four
and tied one the year before that.
Freshman fullback Jim Blenk-
horn of Saginaw will be the only
starter for MSC who didn't start
last week's game with Maryland.
Blenkhorn will replace Waters,
whonsuffered a shoulder injury
last week. The Flint touchdown
twins, George Guerre and Lynn
Chandnois, are expected to handle
the running chores while Guerre
and Gene Glick of Saginaw will
do the passing.
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service classic while Notre Dame
winds up at home against a South-
ern California team that came
within a whisker of knocking
UCLA out of the Rose Bowl and
the undisputed championship of
the Pacific Coast.
If the Cadets and the Irish both
turn in dec4sive triumphs as an-
ticipated, they probably will be
recognized as the college co-cham-
pions of 194~6 although Georgia and
UCLA can finish without so much
as a tie, the lone blot which Army
and Notre Dame inflicted on each
other.
Georgia Meets Georgia Tech
A large portion of the action
among the remaining major teams
will be concentrated tomorrow in
the Southeastern Conference,
where four teams are struggling
for a share of the championship
and one or two of the more profit-
able bowl assignments.
All-victorious Georgia and once-
beaten Georgia Tech get together
at Athens, with a Sugar Bowl bid
almost certain to go to the winner.
Tennessee, already in the Orange
Bowl, will be at Vanderbilt, Tu-
lane at Louisiana State, Mississippi
State at Alabama and Auburn at
Florida for other Southeastern
Conference bouts.
Tennessee Can Take Title
If Tennessee wins, it can do no
worse than tie for the title and
Georgia must turn back Georgia
Tech to share the bunting with
the Vols.
Defeats for Georgia and Tennes-
see, however, would elevate Geor-
gia Tech to the top spot, with
Louisiana State cutting in for half
of the title if it triumphs over
Tulane.
North Carolina State entertains
Maryland in an attempt to tie Wil-
liamand Mary for second place in
the Southern Conference, while
North Carolina, the Southern
champ, invades Virginia for a non-
league engagement.
Baylor will be at Rice and Texas
Christian at Southern Methodist
in the Southwest Conference wind-
up, with Rice, Tennessee's oppon-
ent for the Orange Bowl, needing

By CHUCK LEWIS
Scoring eight goals in the first
two periods, the Michigan hockey
team opened its regular season by
defeating the, Windsor §pitfires,
10-7 in a wild scoring game last
night at the Coliseum.
Bill Jacobson, converted to cen-
ter from a wing position this year,
performed admirably, pulling the
hat trick and also adding an as-
ist for a total of four points. Gor-
don MacMillan, center on the
number one line, led the team in
total scoring, though, by racking
up two markers and assisting on
three other occasions. Lyle Phil-
lips, freshman winger, also count-
ered four points
The Wolverines showed much
of their scoring punch in the
first two periods but let up
somewhat in the last stanza as
the Spitfires cane within two
goals of tying it up, only to have
Jacobson "put the game on ice"
with his third goal at 19:17 on
a pass from Phillips in front
of the net.
During the first frame the Wol-
verines set a new team record by
scoring three times within. 68
seconds. Phillips, Ted Greer, and
Jacobson were th'e goal getters in
the record breaking flurry into
the Windsor net.
Coach Vic Heyliger used 14 men
in the conquest of the visitors
from Canada. Al Renfrew played
only the first period, though, but
assisted on three tallies. Then
Heyliger used Herb Upton on the
number two line and George An-
derson became the left wing on

the third with George Peugeot
and Sam Steadman.
During the final period, Coach
Heyliger shuffled his lines con-
siderably even to the extent of
moving Captain Connie Hill, a
stalwart on defense all evening,
up to center for a brief time.
Center Harry Marchand,
winger Bill Boyce, and defense-
man Mike Russ led the visitors'
attack, each garnering three
points with Russ the only Spit-
fire to push the pack past
goalie Jack MacDonald twice.
Both of these markers came in
the last period when Windsor
scored five times to Michigan's
two.
MacMillan started off the, scor-
ing at 1:18 of the first period af-
ter taking a pass from Hill and
went in all alone. The three fast
goals followed after Boyce count-
ered for the Spitfires. Jacobson
scored for the Maize and Blue and
Al Campeau for Windsor before
the initial period ended.
Coach Heyliger commented that
the team still is not at its peak
condition, and that the squad
has much work in store for them
before they meet the powerful
Toronto U team next Friday.

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29-Ar-
my's careening Cadets throw a
farewell party in Municipal Stad-
ium tomorrow, and practically
everyone except Navy's well-wal-
loped Middies figure it will be a
fancy final fling for the Black
Knights of the Hudson.
This will be the 47th collision
between the Army and the Navy,
and will mark the end of the
football road for nine of the 11
starting Cadets who have rolled
up the greatest gridiron record
of a generation, headed by "the
monster and his playmate," Line-
busting Doc Blanchard and Gal-
loping Glenn Davis.
It figures to be quite a party,

too, what with fair and cold-45
degree temperature-promised by
old man weather for the 12:30
p.m. <CST) kickoff, and a cozy
gathering of 102,006 cramming
the huge south Philadelphia
horseshoe to the rafters.
On hand will be President and
Mrs. Truman, and War and Navy
Secretaries Robert Patterson and
James Forrestal, to say nothing
of the Army brass and Navy
scrambled eggs.
The betting boys and girls don't
think that this Navy team, beaten
in seven straight starts and sport-
ing a long injury list, is going to
offer much to stop the West
Point whizz-bangs.

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Last Day Today
"CANYON PASSAGE"
in Technicolor
-and-
"INSIDE JOB"
Starts Sunday
Walt Disney's
"MAKE MINE MUSIC"
-and-
"EARL CARROLL'S
SKETCHBOOK"

Irish, Trojans
Clash Today
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Nov. 29-
(P)-Notre Dame and Southern
California, foes in some of the
greatest football thrillers ever be-
held, battle here tomorrow in the
18th renewal of a series before
another capacity crowd of 56,000.
The game ends a defeatless
Notre Dame season in which only
three touchdowns 'have been
scored against the Irish, no two
in the same game. Although
Southern California has not fig-
ured in a sensational season, the
Trojans are not regarded as a
set-up. The Irish, determined to
protect their season's record
hope to be at least three touch-
downs better than the Californ-
ians.
North Main Opposite Court House
Starts Today
Sheila Ryan in
"SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS"
plus James Ellison in
"G.I. WAR BRIDES"
News and serial, chapter 12

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LOST: 3-Ring blue cloth Notebook con-
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