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M[E MICHIGAN .DAILY
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 194(V ~PAGET
Grid Coach Resigns
Post at EasL Lansing
EAST LANSING, Mich., Dec. 6
- (/P) - Charles W. (Charley)
Bachman, resigned tonight as
head football coach at Michigan
The resignation was announced
by Bachman at the annual MSC
Football Bust and was accepted
by President John A. Hannah.
In his resigation address, Bach-
man described his 1946 squad as
"a great future football team."
"I don't think I can (10the job
as well as someone else, so I am
not going to be back coaching at
Michigan State College next fall."
Bachman's Michigan State
teams have won 70, lost 34 and tied
10 since he came here as head
coach in 1933.
Concerning the appointment of;
a successor to Bachrn, Hannah
said "We will not dis.close the
name of the person we are consid-
ering for the job.
Puckmen Face Powerful Toronto Blues eoday tet
Qintet Makes'46 Debut Against MSC Tonigi
Wolverines To Feature Four
Newcomers in Starting Lineup
(Continued from page 1)
Robin Roberts at forwards, Jack
Wulf at center, and Ollie White
and Don Waldron, at guards.
Geahan is a former Wolverine of
1944-45 when he led the team in
scoring as a V-12 student. There-
fore the Field House floor will be
anything but foreign ground to
him and he will bear watching.
Fred Stone, another 6'6" cen-
ter will spell Wulf at the pivot.
Johnny Granack, a hoosier hot-
shot from Hammond, Ind., Matt
Mazza, and Pat Peppler, a pair of
returning letterman, may also see
The two teams are even up in
the matter of height, with both
quintets averaging 6 feet 2". The
starting centers on the two squads
are also even up in the height de-
partment at 6 feet 6".
Michigan State will be at-
tempting to beak a Yost Field
House jinx which has plagued
them since 1933, when the
Spartans squeezed out a 26-25
Last season the Wolverines took
the Spartans into camp 47-39 in
the Ann Arbor game, but dropped
the rematch at East Lansing, 49-
The Maize and Blue have a lit-
tle Yost Field House record of
their own that they intend looking
after. Last year they were all but
invincible on their home stamping
grounds and wound up the season
with six consecutive wins here.
Over the entire 1945-46 campaign
they dropped only one out of ten
ball games on their home court, a
67-58 overtime affair with an In-
diana club that was good enough
to take second place in the Con-
Michigan, starting on the bas-
ketball comeback road, will be out
to improve on last season's record
of 12 victories against seven losses.
The probable lineups:
MIC. MICIT. STATE
Suprunowicz F Geahan
MeCaslin F R. Roberts
W. Roberts C Wulf
Harrison G White
Mikulich G Waldron
Sextet Guns forj
In Series Histor'
By CHUCK LEWIS
Hoping for Michigan's first vic-
tory over the University of Toron-
to, the Wolverine puckmen will
meet the Blues this afternoon at
Toronto's Varsity Arena.
Since the inauguration of the
hockey series in 1937, the Maize
and Blue have dropped seven con-
tests in five seasons. Last year the
teams engaged in a four game
home-and-home series. The scores
of the tilts were 9-3 and 7-5 at
Toronto and 6-1 and 4-0 at the
Prospect of Rough Game
Coach Ace Bailey always puts
out strong aggregations which us-
ually are among the top college
hockey teams in Canada. The
Blues also are noted for their pow-
erful offensive drives, and Coach
V. C. Heyliger has put his charges
through heavy defensive drills and
has been emphasizing backcheck-
ing in order to combat the on-
slaughts of the boys from Can-
Michigan will sart its usual
number one line of Gordon Mac-
Millan, who led the team in scor-
ing with five points in the 10-7
victory over the Windsor Spitfires,
at center; Dick Starrak, letter-
man from last year, at left wing,
freshman Lyle Phillips at right
The second line will be changed
as Al Renfrew, regular left winger
on this trio, is out of action until
ic igon League
NEW SODA BAR HOURS.
Effective December 7
AFTERNOONS: 2:00 - 4:30 P.M.
EVENINGS: 8:00- 10:00 P.M.
SUN.DAY 5:00 -7:00
The League will be closed December 20 to January 6.
TABLES TURNED . Bob Gea-
han, who was the second high-
est scorer in the Western Con-
ference as a Wolverine in 1945,
will start at one of the forward
spots for Michigan State to-
Illinois 87, Cornell College 381
Alma 51, Hillsdale 39
Muskegon JC 35, Jackson JC 31
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the Marquette game on December
14 because of a shoulder injury
sustaied in practice last week. In
his place will be Herb Upton, who
was moved up from the number
three line. Bill Jacobson, who
scored three goals against Wind-
sor in the season's opener, will
play center, while Ted Greer will
handle the right wing assignment.
George Anderson, utility de-
fenseman and forward, will play
in Upton's slot on the number
three forward line with Sam
Steadman on the other wing and
George Peugeot at center.
Reliables To Start
Heyliger will use his old relia-
bles, captain Connie Hill, Bob
Marshall, and George Balestri at
defense. Hill countered with three
assists in the opener. Jack Mac-
Donald will be in the goal.
Toronto has lost two of their
key men in the Blues' victories last
year. Wally Halder, leading scor-
er for the 1945-46 seasoh at To-
ronto, is now playing semi-pro
hockey. Bill Kosick has also left
This contest will be the last
one that the pucksters will play
away before Christmas vacation.
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Tata Scholars Dinner. Mrs. P. J.
Vesugar, Director Tata Education
Scheme, India, will be the guest of
honor at a dinner party at 6:00
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U. of M. Hot Record Society
meeting at 8:00 p.m., Sun., Dec.
8, ABC room, League. A lecture
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Chicago" will be given.
Newman Club Communion
Breakfast following 9:30 mass,
Sunday, St. Mary's Chapel. Mar-
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Conversation Group, Sociedad
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Dec. 9, International Center.
Ball and Chain Club meeting at
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