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ntramural Referees Choose Residence
lall All-Star Touch Football Aggregation

Greene House Places Three Men on Outfit;
Williams, Lloyd House Put Two on Squad

With Al-star football teams
being named by every newspaper
syndicate and high-salaried sports
authority throughout the country,
the referees of Michigan intra-
mural athletics followed suit by
selecting a Residence Halls All-
Star Touch Football squad.
The choice proved no easy task'
for their was a wealth of good
players who had to be content
with only an honorable mention.
In only two instances did any can-
didate receive a unanimous vote,
these being quarterbeck Bob Fan-
cett and center Jim Risk.
Greene Places Three
Greene House, runner up in the
season's play, placed three men on
the squad with Williams and title
holder Lloyd House represented
by a pair.
At the flanking posts Gene Kid-
don of Adams and Al Topping of
Greene rated the nod from the
voters. Topping ranked as one of
the best pass snaggers in the
league and Kiddon was selected
because of his all around general
ability on offense and defense.
Green House's Don Murray and
Bob Hanzlik from Williams cap-
tured the tackle positions on this
year's pigskin hit parade. Both
displayed bruising techniques as
blockers, while Hanzlik was re-
garded as top notch in breaking
up pass plays.
Daggs in Backfield
Holding down the center of the
line, Jim Risk of Lloyd House won
every vote cast by the officials.
One of the smallest men in compe-
tition, he always managed to ward
off his beefier opponents and at'
the same time snap the ball back
with bullet precision to one of the
backfield men.
The backfield quartet is com-

posed of Bob Fancett at quarter-
back, scat runner Leroy Daggs of
Greene House and Dale Reynolds
of Prescott at the halves, and Al
Pappas, Lloyd House's livewire,
at fullback.
Fancett gained the unanimous

vote of all the referees plus the
other dorms for his excellent field
generalship on the Williams aggre-
gation. Although Pappas rarely
countered any touchdowns, his
uncanny passing paved the way
for the Lloyd House champion-
ship march. Reynolds held the dis-
inction of being the high scorer of
the Residence Halls' league during
the entire campaign.

Hoop Tickets Put
On Limited Sale
Due to the disappointing stu-
dent attendance at last Satur-
day's basketball contest, wheni
',000 seats remained vacant, the
athletic administration has de-
cided to place a limited numbei
A seats on sale to the general
public a week previous to eacl:
Seats will also be placed or
sale after 7:30 on basketball
nights after all students hav
been seated.
M' Rifle Club
Is Organized
After three qualification:
matches, ten marksmen have been
selected to become members of the
newly-formed Michigan Univer-
sity Rifle Club, which will start
a regular season of competition
with other schools after the first
of the year.
George Meyer, Tom Miller,
Frank Sarns, Folke Lundgard, and
Sam Gesko were the first five men
to qualify for the team. The re-
maining five are Bill Lysak, War-
ren Eder, Bob Graham, Bernard
Kimmel, and Francis Rylance.
Challenges have been received
and accepted from MIT, Michi-
gan State, Chicago, Wisconsin,
Pittsburgh, and Iowa. Of these,
Chicago and MIT appear to
form the most formidable oppo-
sition, on the strength of the
teams these schools have pro-
duced in past years.
The Michigan marksmen have
also challenged several other
teams and are waiting for an-
swers from these schools.

EAST LANSING, Mich., Dec. 10
-(A')-Clarence "Biggie" Munn,
head coach at Syracuse Univer-
sity, announced at Syracuse today
that he had received a coaching
offer from Michigan State College.
Munn confirmed reports he had
talked to athletic director Ralph
Young and other MSC officials
and that he had received an offer
covering himself and his staff of
Munn To Confer
The Syracuse mentor comment-
ed, "a fellow would be very fool-
ish not to take into consideration
a chance for possible advance-
ment. I'm awfully lucky to have
this Syracuse job and I'm highly
flattered that MSC is considering
me and my staff."
Syracuse Athletic Director Lew
Andrews said Munn, former Uni-
versity of Michigan line coach,
"hasn't asked to be released" but
added however that he would con-
fer with Munn very shortly.
Hannah Is Silent
At Michigan State, Drl John A.
Hannah, college president, reit-
erated previous declarations that
"no decision has been made on
the MSC coaching situation" and
declined to discuss the Munn re-
"When a man comes, we want to
be absolutely sure that we have
the right one and it would create
an impossible situation for our
choice if we have to say that this
one and that one has been con-
tacted before final decision has
been made."
Munn took over as Syracuse

head coach this fall under a three-
year contract.dSyracuse Director
Andreas pointed out however that
most universities, including Syra-
cuse. followed a policy of "not
standing in the way of a man's ad-

Biggie'Munn Offered
Spartan Coaching Job
Former Wolverine Line-Coach Confirms
Reported Bid While MSC Remains Silent

AP Sportflashes

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Maxwell Cup Awarded
-Charley Trippi, University of
Georgia halfback from Pittston,
Pa., today was chosen by the
board of governors of the Maxwell
Memorial Football Club as the
outstanding gridiron player of
Georgia went through its 1946
schedule undefeated for its first
unbeaten season since 1896. Trip-
pi was one of the leading reasons
for the 1946 record.
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Aussies Pick Net Squad
MELBOURNE, Dec. 10-( P)-
Australia's tennis master-minds

will meet tomorrow evening in a
secret caucus to select the four
players who will oppose the Unit-
ed States foursome in the Davis
Cup matches here Dec. 26, 27 and
Giants Lose Paschal
NEW YORK, Dec. 10--(P)-
Coach Steve Owen announced to-
day that battering Bill Paschal,
the New York Football Giants No.
1 fullback, definitely will not play
against the Chicago Bears in the
National Football League's cham-
pionship playoff game
Paschal, the loop's top ball car-
rier in 1943 and '44, had his lower
right jaw fractured in the Wash-
ington game here Sunday.


Munn, whose 1946 team
four games in nine starts,
ceeded Ossie Solem as orange
enrn c-h


coac .
Munn's present staff includes
Forrest Evashevski, who gained
fame as Tom Harmon's quarter-
back at the University of Michi-
gan; Kip Taylor, former Ann Ar-
bor, Mich. high school coach and
Hugh Daugherty, former Syra-
cuse lineman.
The staff was rounded out by
holdovers Reaves Baysinger, fa-
ther of Navy quarterback Reaves
Baysinger Jr. and Roy Simmons,
Syracuse's veteran boxing coach.
Two Sport Athlete
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Dec. 10-( P)
-Dwight (Dike) Eddleman, versa-
tile Illinois athlete, today was
granted permission to participate
in both basketball and football on
-the Pacific Coast during the holi-
a Eddleman was a member of the
Illinois football squad which won
the Big Nine title and a trip to
Pasadena to meet U.C.L.A. in the
Rose Bowl. But he is also on the
Illinois basketball squad which is
seeking to regain the conference
crown it held before the war.

ALL I-M RESIDENCE HALL-Standing, left to right: D. Murray,
B. Hanzlik, A. Pappas, B. Fancett, A. Topping.
Kneeling, left to right: D. Reynolds, J. Risk, L. Daggs, G.

Whether you'rc a grizzled veteran with a hatful of
battle stars or a pea-green freshman straight from
high school, your old friend Mr. Arrow makes a
sports shirt you will like.
College men are discovering that the same quality,
style and wearability which distinguishes their fa-
vorite Arrow oxford and broadcloth shirts are present
in Arrow sports shirts.
Most Arrow Sports Shirts are washable, so you will
save on dry-cleaning bills too!
Every one a honey!

Harmon Honors Ford
Len Ford, Michigan's 6'5" end
has been selected on Tom Har-
mon's All American team it was
revealed in Ann Arbor yesterday.,

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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11, 1946
VOL. LVII, No. 67
School of Education Faculty
meeting at 4:15p.m.,Mon., Dec.
16, University Elementary School



Forestry Assembly at 11:00 a.m.,
Thurs., Dec. 12, Rackham Amphi-
theatre. Prof. Shirley W. Allen,
2:30-5:30 President of the Society of Ameri-
can Foresters, will speak on "The
Forester and his Professional So-

ciety." All Forestry and Conserva-
tion students are expected to at-
tend and others interested are in-
Dean S. T. Dana
Faculty members, teaching fel-
lows, and research assistants are
invited to play basketball in a fac-
ulty league and to enter tourna-
ments in squash, handball (singles
and doubles), and paddleball (sin-
gles and doubles). Play will begin
after Christmas vacation. Those
intending to participate should
phone 8109 leaving name, depart-
ment, home address, home phone,
and sports interest. Entries close
Dec. 20.
Pre-Medical Student Registra-
tion for Professional Aptitude
Test. Pre-medical students who
are bona fide applicants to the
1947 freshman class in this and
other medical colleges must regis-
ter for the Association of Amer-
ica Medical Colleges Professional
Aptitude Test in Rm. 100B, Rack-
ham Bldg., Dec. 16, 17, or 18. This
examination will be given from
9:00-12 noon and 1:30-4:00 p.m.,
Sat., Jan. 11, 1947, Rackham Lec-
ture Hall. All applicants to the
1947 freshman class in colleges of
medicine will be expected to pre-
sent results on this Professional
Aptitude Test.
Varsity Glee Club: Both sec-
tions meet on their respective
nights at 7:15 in Rm. 305, Union.
Thursday mCin remember to bring
your music.
Application blanks for Scholar-
ships and Fellowships in the
Graduate School for 1947-1948
may be secured from the Office of
the Graduate School between Dec.
9, and Feb. 15. No applications
will be accepted after the latter
Student Organizations which
wish to be reapproved for the
school year 1946-47 must submit
a list of their officers to the Of-
fice of the Dean of Students. Any
group which is not so registered
will be considered inactive. Forms
for filing this information may be
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