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EI. 18, 1946 THE MICIIIGAN DAILY

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Michigan Puckmen To Try
To Avenge Toronto Defeat
Heyliger To Use Same Lineup Here That
Skated Against Blues in Last Encounter

By BERNIE MEISLIN
Seeking their third victory in
four starts the Michigan hockey
team^ will be out tomorrow night
to avenge the 6-3 defeat plastered
on their record by Toronto in their
last meeting as they face the'
'Blues in a return puck engage-
ment on Ann Arbor ice at 8:00
p.m.
Coach Vic Heyliger will use the
same lineup that skated against
the Toronto club almost two weeks
ago. Captain Connie Hill and
Georg'e Balestri will take right
and left defense posts respective-
y.
MacDonald in Nets
The number one line will be
composed of Gordon MacMillan,
Dick Starrak and speedy Lyle
Phillips. Jack MacDonald will
tend the Wolverine net.
In the last meeting of the two
clubs, Michigan had to play with-
out the services of injured Al Ren-
frew, regular left winger on the
Maize and Blue second line. It is
expected that Renfrew will see
more than a little service in to-
morrow's fray.
Steadman on Third Line
Along with Renfrew on the al-
ternate line are Bill Jacobson, who
scored one of Michigan's three
goals in the last contest between
the two teams, and Ted Greer.
All "M" club members are
urged to attend a very import-
ant meeting to be held at Hill
Auditorium at 7:30 tonight.
The third line that Heyliger ex-
pects will see some action consists
of Gordon Anderson, Sam Stead-
man and George Puegot.
Toronto's coach, Ace Bailey, is
planning on playing the same

squad that beat Michigan on the
Blue's home rink. Henry, Simpson
and Turcott will make up the Tor-
onto forward line.
Ball Toronto Goalie
Kryzanowski and Digby will
hold down defense slots while
minding the Toronto goal will be
Dick Ball.
In their first engagement, the
Wolverine sextet was evidently
bothered by the slow Toronto ice.
Familiarity with the home rink is
expected to improve Michigan's
chances tomorrow.
During the Christmas vacation,
Dartmouth will face Michigan at,
Ann Arbor. The pucksters then
take to the road on a jaunt whicn
will carry them to the coast for
two games with the University of
California. En route the stickmen
will visit Colorado Springs for a
pair of clashes with Colorado Col-'
lege.
UCLA Brinas
Drill for Rose
Bowl Game
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17-(A)-
UCLA's ,Bruins held an ex'tensive
drill against Illinois offensive and
defensive formations today and
Head Coach Bert La Brucherie
said a scrimmage session would
be held tomorrow.
The Bruins, getting ready for
the Rose Bowl Game New Years
Day against the Illini, soon will
have the services of their pile-
driving right halfback, Jerry Ship-
key. He was released today from
the hospital where he was being
treated for influenza. La Bruch-
erie said Shipkey probably would
be in a suit Thursday.

Plan Stunts
At Hoop Half
Something new in the way of
half time entertainment will be
offered when the Stanford Indi-
ans invade Yost Field House for
an intersectional tilt with the Wol-
verine cagers tomorrow night.
A trampoline, used for execut-
ing mid-air gymnastic feats, will
be the attraction. It will be car-
ried on to the basketball court for
a performance by tile recently or-
ganized Gymnastic Club.
Coach Newton Loken will lead
a quartet, composed of himself,
Dave Lake, B9ob Willoughby, and
Bob Schoendube, through a dar-
ing routine of twists, turns, and
flips which will last about seven
minutes.
Spartans Reshuffle
Starting Hoop Five
EAST LANSING, Dec. 17-(A)-
Ben Van Alstyne, Michigan State
College basketball coach, is still
fishing for a scoring combination
to throw at the barnstorming
Stanford University five here Fri-
day night.
Van Alstyne is undecided as to
whether to use center Jack Wulf,
who played most of the opener
against Michigan but scored only
two points, or Dave Lumsden, who
recently became eligible, in the
pivot post.
The Spartan mentor also has
not decided upon a switch of posi-
tion which would send guard Ollie
White to forward, replacing. Bob
Geahan, who would move to guard.
White was one of State's "high"
scorers against the Wolverines.
In the wvter polo finals of In-
tramural competition, Delta Upsi-
lon defeated Sigma Phi Epsilon by
a 5-1 score.

Wolverines Favored
Over Stanford Five
Both Teams Consist Mainly of Freshmen,
Sophs as Clash of Inexperienced Looms

By BOB LENT
Stanford's Indians invade Ann
Arbor tomorrow night to face a
rebounding Michigan quintet, the
first of its 1947 Mid-Western op-
ponents, andi an incredible Yost
Field House jinx, in a game that
begins at 8:00 p.m.
Like Michigan, the Redskins are
loaded with sophomores and fresh-
men and the game looms as a
battle of inexperience. Coach Oz-
zie Cowles outfit will be out to
prove that their 65-61 loss to
Western Michigan Saturday was
all a mistake, and will enter the
game a slight favorite over the
equally green Indians.
With the return to their home
stamping grounds, the Wolver-
ines will he seeking their eighth
straight home court victory and
their tenth straight against non-
conference foes here. The Maize
and Blue have won seventeen of
their last eighteen games at the
Field House against other than
Big Nine teams in a stretch that
dates back to 1942.
Cowles will probably stick to
the same lineup he's used thus far
this season, although Captain Pete
Elliot should see more action at
guard in view of his climax per-
formance against Western when
he almost tied the game up with
five quick points in the closing
minutes. At the same time local
fans will be getting their second
look at high-scoring Boyd McCas-
lin who has averaged fifteen points
a game to date and will be out
to give his West Coast neighbors
something to remember him by.
McCaslin hails from Bremerton,
Washington.

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SINGING THE BLUES:
Blue Cindermen Edge Gold
In Varsity Intra-SquadMeet

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By ARCHIE PARSONS,
Closing out its pre-Christmas
practice sessions, Michigan's var-
sity track team was sent through
its paces in an intra-squad meet
last.night in Yost FieldHouse,
which saw the "flues" nose out
the "Golds" by a 92-88 scoxe.
Queller Runs 4:24.6
In the mile run, Don Queller
turned in a blazing 4:24.6 effort to
nose out Dave Williams, his "op-
ponent" for the night. Herb Bar-

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Big Chuck Fonville, the master-
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Shot put-Won by Fonville (B):
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Mile relay-Won by the Blue
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