" THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Toronto Sextet Battle Here
As Top Team
Of Past Year
Local Pucksters Seek
To End Blues 'Mastery
Michigan Seeking First Victory over Foe
Since Series Inaugurated Nine Years Ago
NOTES ON TONIGHT'S GAMES
1. The starting time of tonight's hockey game between Michi-
gan and Toronto has been changed to 8:30 p.m. because of the
2. Students can be admitted to tonight's basketball game by
merely showing their Identification Cards at the door but seats
are on a first-come first served basis. Coupon books will also be
good for the game.
3. Maize and Blue flashcards will be passed out to spectators
West Coast Quintet Faces Upsets Mark
Rebounding Michigan TFive Cage Contests
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Eddie Dyer's St.
who upset the
Elliot Marts at Guard as W olverines
Gun for Eighth Straight Homecourt Win
Boston Red Sox to win the World
Series, were named the Team-of-
the-year for 1946 today in the
annual Associated Press poll of
In danger of being tabbed the
"flop of the year" when they
trailed the Brooklyn Dodgers
by several lengths in mid-sea-
son after most of the "experts"
had picked them to win the
flag, the Red Birds staged a
game stretch drive to nose out
the Brooks in the first modern
Their World Series success was
capped by Enos Slaughter's dra-
matic dash for home while short-
stop Johnny Pesky of the Sox
momentarily hesitated in relay-
ing an outfield throw to the plate.
The Cards' ingenuity in stop-
ping Ted Williams, their spirit-
team play in September and
October and their opportunism
in the series earned them the
vote of participating editors
and sports writers.
St. Louis Cardinals, baseball
Notre Dame, football (19), 105
Army, football (8), 66;
Boston Red Sox, baseball (5),
Oklahoma Aggies, basketball
Chicago Bears, pro football (1)
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By CHUCK LEWIS
Attempting to avenge a 6-3 de-
feat of two weeks ago, the Michi-
gan hockey team will meet the
University of Toronto sextet in
a return game tonight at 8:30
p.m. at the Coliseum.
The Wolverines are still vying
for the first victory over the Blues
since the inauguration of the
series in 1937. Toronto's victory
on their home ice this year was
the eighth time in six seasons
that a Maize and Flue sextet was
vanquished by a team from Tor-
Also another reason for ven-
geance is that this loss was the
only one sustained by Michigan
this campaign, the sextet having
beaten the Windsor Spitfires and
Marquette Hockey Club.
In the previous encounter, the
puckmen matched the powerful
Blues goal for goal for -two per-
iods, each squad having three
markers eased up and the Blues
rammed home three tallies that
period, while Michigan's forward
lines couldn't put the puck past
goalie Dick Ball, who is the bro-
ther of Gordon Ball, star center
on last year's squad.
Michigan is a much more
strengthened squad than the one
At our new address
115 West Liberty
1V2 Block beyond
that lost to Toronto. Al Renfrew,
who was out of the last tilt be-j
cause of a shoulder injury, is
again back in action at his regu-
lar position as left wing on the
number two line. With Renfrew
Will be Bill Jacobson at center
and Ted Gf'eer at the other wing
on this line.
The number one line remains
intact intact with Gordon Mac-
Millan, who is tied for the lead
in the scoring department with
eight points, at center. Dick Star-
rak and Lyle Phillips will be the
wings on this trio. Phillips also
has eight points on his record to
keep up with MacMillan, while
Starrak has two goals to his cre-
A third combination will see
George Peugeot at center, Sam
Steadman at right wing, and
George Anderson at the left
The defense is also strengthen-
ed since the Blues and Wolver-
ines met in Toronto. Herb Upton,
who played for the injured Ren-
frew on the second line has been
moved back to defense in order
to boost the back line. He will
team with Bob Marshall, while
captain Connie Hill and George
Balestri will form the other duo.
BalestiA has shown up very well
in the last two games countering
five goals in these tilts.
Jack MacDonald will again be
in the nets for the Maize and
in reserved sections R and S by the Wolverine Club to facilitate By STAN SAUERHAFT
cheering at the basketball game. Fans are urged to watch the Michigan's basketball team will attempt to resume the victory
cheerleaders and read the printed instruction sheets so that trail tonight at the expense of an invading Stanford quintet that
blocked letters may be formed. is starting a seven-game swing through the Midwest.
Also at stake is the Wolverine's amazingly effective record at
BIG MAN IS SHORT - 'Yost Field House that has seen them win their last seven home.
BSgames and last nine against non-conference opponents.
Coach Ozzie Cowles has announced a change in the starting
rr Team m ates Eleet H ugh Short lineup for tonight that will see Captain Pete Elliot take the floor in
place1of Guard Bill Mikulich at the commencement of the contest
.Up Elliot earned the position by his sparkling play last Saturday
Captain of 1947 Tack Team Eliot earned the position by his sparkling play last Saturday
<" _____in Kalamazoo when he almost singlehandedly pulled the Woverines
Hugh Short, co-holder of the btcame the I.C.4-A champion, up to a tie in the last few minutes of play against Western Michigan,
world's indoor 600-yard record, beating Al Diebolt of Colgate in which went on, however, to hand the local cagers their first defeat of
and a mainstay of last year's var- the top clocking of 472 It was the season.
Form Sheets Take
Upsets' continued to set the
pace for this year's basketball
season as Oklahoma ran rough-
shod over a previously unbeaten,
five-time winner Wisconsin, 65-
40, last night.
Henry Iba, Oklahoma A and
M recently predicted that this
year's games would see unbe-
lievable reversals of the pre-
season form charts. As if to
prove his words, his last year's
championship quintet went out
and lost to an admittedly po-
tent Kentucky five by th6 ama-
zing score of 82-14.
Illinois, whom many experts
conceded "best team" honors to
met a nearly Waterloo falling be-
fore an inexperienced five from
Missouri by the score of 55-50. If
it can happen to anybody.
Then highly touted Notre
Dame who had run roughshod
over earlier opponents fell by
the wayside 53-49 in a torrid
Foster's boys from Wisconsin.
overtime battle against Bud
The Texas Longhorns with an
average team as teams go this
year journeyed to Madison Square'
Gardens and squeezed by power-
ful, high scoring Long Island
sity track squad, was elected cap-
tain of the 1947 Michigan track
team by his teammates yester-
day at the annual "Pie-A-La-
Mode" meeting, honoring the win-
ning team in the intra-squad meet
held earlier this wtek.
The Maize and Blue ace quarter-
miler thus succeeds Dick Forres-
tel, another outstanding Michi-
gan 440 man, who was honorary
captain last year.
Short hails from Hillside, New
Jersey, where he was a state
standout from the 440 up to the
two and one-half mile cross-
country grind. He hung up a
:49.5 clocking for the quarter-
mile, and in winning the Na-
tional Interscholastic 100-yard
run in 2:19.2, he set a record
that has not yet been topped.
Upon graduation he enrolled at
Georgetown University, where he
also whilt at Georgetown that he
tied John Borican's indoor 600-
yard mark of 1:10.2, nosing outI
Michigan's Bob Ufer in the 1942
Proving to be not only an in-
dividual star but a team compet-
itor as well, Short anchored the
Georgetown mile relay team to
many victIories, 'including a
world's indoor record of 3:17.2
Short served with the 85th Divi-
sion in Italy for 19 months, seeing
his share of action on that front.
While in Italy he competed in the
Army Games held at Florence in
1945, and won the 400-meter
championship of both the Fifth
Army and Mediterranean Theater.
Short is married and the fa-
ther of a six-months old son,
Francis Xavier. He lives in Wil-
The rest of Michigan's start-
ing five will consist of forwards
Boyd McCaslin, who is the in-
dividual high-scorer for the
Wolverines thus far with a
fifteen point average, and
Mack Suprunowicz, center Bill
Roberts, and Guard Bob Harri-
Stanford is bringing along a
none too glittering record of three
victories in five contests, but they
have a rugged team that averages
6'2" and 190 pounds which will
give them a distinct advantage
under the boards.
The Indians' style of play fea-.
tures one-handed shooting ex-
clusively out of a set series of of-
fensive plays. In Vorley Thomp-
son, one of their starting for-
wards, they have a fast man who
can shoot with both hands.
Besides Thompson, Stanford
will probably start Bill Drehobl,
a Bedford, Ind. boy, in the
other forward spot, Dave Dav-
idson and Dick Berlin at
guards, and Steve Stephenson
An interesting sidelight to this
intersectional clash is the renew-
al of a coaching rivalry between
Michigan's Ozzie Cowles, and
Everett Dean, the Indian's men-
tor, that dates back to the time
that Cowles was the star of
Dean's first team at Carleton
College. Ozzie later took over at
Carleton when Everett switched
Zale-Mead BOut Bid
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Dec.
18-(A)-Four Grand Rapids busi-
ness men have offered to post a
$50,000 guarantee for a Middle-
weight title match in Michigan
next summer between Pete Mead,
Grand Rapids contender, and
Tony Zale, world's 160-pound
champion. The offer was made in
a wire sent to Zale's manager,
Sam Pian at Chicago.
The championship fight is
hoped to be staged in Briggs
Stadium at Detroit.
North Main Opposite Court House
Today and Friday
Freddie Stewart in
"HIGH SCHOOL HERO"
Buster Crabbe in
"MIGHTY MOUSE AND
Last Day Today
"EASY TO WED"
with Van Johnson
Esther Williams - Lucile Ball
- :0,riday and Saturday -
"GUNS AND GTJITARS"
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MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
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PROFESSORS--Charts, graphs, techni-
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PHOTOSTATIC COPYING, discharges,
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Technical Photo 1Service, 917 Sunny-
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TWO EXCELLENT conversationalists-
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MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted. A bet-
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Washington St. )14
FOUNTAIN PENS - ALL MAKES
Open Saturdays Until Christmas
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314 S. State St. Phone 7177
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NEW Spalding, Jones, Hagen golf clubs,
bags and golf balls. Call 2-2058.
Johnny Malloy, Pro. )50
FOR SALE: One tuxedo suit, size 36;
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2-5685 Ext. 18. ) l0
WOMEN'S SNOW SUIT, size 16. Green.
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1937 FORD TUJDOR. New clutch, com-
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perfectly. Telephone 2-0960 between
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'35 Olds coupe, clean. 4 new tires, heat-
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WOMEN'S white figure skates, size 9.
Canadian blades. Seldom worn, $9.00.
Call Joan. 6922. )60
FOR SALE: Ladies' black skunk jacket,
worn few times. Must sell. Size 10-11.
Bargain $60. 2-2704 evenings. )22
TWO OvER.COATS, 37-38. Dark blue
(like new, $60 value) $30; Gray at $20.
Apt. 4, 320 E. Ann, after 5. )13
ONE SINGLE Hollywood bed. Almost
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BICYCLE: Man's Schwinn, balloon
tires, in good condition, $20; golf
clubs: 7 irons, 3 woods, all matched,
head covers, excellent condition, $80.
Call 2-0429 after 6.
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machine with wringer; Remington
deluxe noiseless portable typewriter;
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dump 4railer. See Hogg, 426 E. King-
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Michigan Bell needs young wom-
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323 E. WASHINGTON
THE ROSICRUSCIONS FELLOWSHIP
Study Group 611 W. Main St. invite
you to read the following books
through our free lending library.
"The Rosicruscions Cosmo Concep-
tion," "The Mystical Interpretations
of Christmas," "Mysteries of the
Great Operas" and others. Phone
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to Indiana and later
Dean at the present
tution while Cowles
Dartmouth to seven
titles in eight years.
tonight's game is
the season open to
the first of
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