THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Quintet Tops Stanford;Puckmen Bow to 1
Guard Bob Harrison Leads
Way in Cagers 45-37 Triumph
Only Four Free Throws Scored in First Five Minutes
Of Game; Steme Stephenson Sparks Indian Offensive
By STAN SAUERHAFT
Michigan's basketball team
moved back into the win column
last night when they defeated
Stanford, 45-37, at Yost Field
House in their first intersectional
game of the year.
Guard Bob Harrison was the
game's leading scorer with 13
points while Steve Stephenson,
the Indians' center, trailed with
12. The Wolverines led 23-19 at
half time with Stephenson ac-
counting for 11 of Stanford's
Right at the outset it was ap-
parent that rough play would be
the keynote of the evening as each
shot was followed by a mob scene
under the boards. Stanford did
most of the shooting in the first
few minutes, but their one-han-
ders were inaccurate.
Davidson started off the scor-
ing by netting a free throw. Rob-
erts duplicated this for Michigan
and the score was tied at 1-1.
Stephenson threw in a foul shot,
but Roberts once more followed
suit. and the score was knotted at
The B~ala Alto Indians, who had
been doing superior work under
the boards all this time, caged the
first field goal after five minutes
and forty seconds had elapsed
when Stephenson hooked one in.
Bob Harrison promptly got hot,
dropping in two 'quick sets to put
the Maize and Blue in front, 6-4.
Stephenson tied the score with a
tip-in before Suprunowicz dropped
in a short pop putting Michigan
back into the lead. Harrison took
over again, dropping in a free
throw and a long set to give thej
Wolverines an 11-6 bulge.
Stanford came roaring back as
Stephenson hit twice, with a foul
by Davidson sandwiched between,
to knot the count at 11-11, the
fifth time the score had been tied.
A pivot by Roberts put Michi-
gan back into the lead, which
they never again relinquished.
McCaslin followed with a long
set from the side and Harrison
converted a free throw to make
the score 16-11. Davidson made
good on a free throw for Stan-
ford and Harrison followed with
one for Michigan before Mc-
Caslin sneaked all alone into
the keyhole, took a pass from
Suprunowicz, and hit with an
easy' pop, making the score,
A set by the Indians' Thompson
was followed by Suprunowicz'
tip-in. Stephenson hit with a free
throw, pulling Stanford up to aI
six point deficit when Roberts
dropped in a two-pointer widen-
ing the gap to 23-15. Stanford
suddenly found the target as Dav-
idson hit with a long set followed
with a tip-in to make the score
23-19 at the halfway mark.
Michigan started the second
half with a rush as Suprunowicz
curled in a lay-up and McCaslin
hit successively with a free throw+
and one of his patented corner !
sets to jump the score to 28-19.
Thompson momentarily halted
the onslaught with two goals, but
Elliott, Roberts, and McCaslin
promptly found the range with
two-pointers running the Wol-
verines' lead up to 34-23. Iverson,
fresh off the Stanford bench, then
clicked with a set and Lewis hit
with two free throws, but Michi-
gan was once more off to the races
as Roberts hit with a lay-up, Su-
prunowicz a foul, and Harrison
connected with long set shots.
The box score:
The all-campus wrestling
finals yesterday at Yost Field
House climaxed weeks of steady
conditioning by newcomers to
the Michigan wrestling scene
and showed tutor Cliff Keen
what to expect in the way of
material for his varsity squad.
Although none of the grap-
plers entered in the tourna-
ment have ever won a numeral,
all entertain thoughts of join-
ing the varsity ranks. In the
155lb. weight division Bob
Betzig has shown surprising
ability. Before pinning Paul
Honzberger in the finals, the
only fall in the championship
round, he had taken his other
three matches in the same
In the only overtime match
Bob Sligh out-maneuvered Joe
Mellilo to gain a 5-3 win in the
131 bracket. The 121 lb. cham-
pionship was snagged by Byron
Dean who proved too strong
for Harry Littleton. After Jim
. Smith dropped Bob Allendin-
ger, 1-0, in an extremely slow-
moving battle of the 136 poun-
ders, Phil Carlson gained a 3-6
decision over Bill Rettalick for
the 145 bracket title.
Ninth Straight Triuu
By CHUCK LEWIS
Again it was a third period jinx
and a hard-fighting Toronto hoc-
key squad that defeated the Mich-
igan sextet, 4-2, last night at the
Coach Vic Heyliger used but two
forward lines and four defensemen
in a game that saw Toronto come
back from a two goal deficit to
tie the score in the second frame
and ram' home two more markers
in the third stanza, keeping Tor-
onto's record unblemished in com-
petition with Michigan. The Blues
won their ninth contest in six sea-
sons of play against the Wdlver-
Rough Battle Staged
Last night's tilt, which was one
of the roughest seen at the Colise-
um in quite some time, was the
fourth time in the last two sea-
sons that Toronto won in the
third period after they were be-
hind or even going into that
The game was played under Na-
tional Hockey League rules, in
which there is body-checking in
all three zones. This was quite
apparent as indiscriminate check-
ing characterized the entire con-
Big Bob Marshall, Wolverine
defensemen, was the hardest pro-
ducer in this department, although
iBlues Stage Third Period Rally., Grab
Rough 4-2 Battle from Michigan Sextet
Next To Meet
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Thompson F .. 4
Drehobl F .... 0
Stephenson C . 4
Davidson G ... 1
Berlin G....... 0
Higgins F 1
Chavalas G ... 1
Elliott G ....
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EIGHT LITTLE LETTER WINNERS:
Cliff Keen Finds Healthy Sup
On Hand as Conference Com
By EV ELLIN
With the Conference season ap-
proaching, the Wolverine wres-
tling squad under the direction of
Coach Cliff Keen is rapidly round-
ing into fighting trim.
Coach Keen has a lot of mate-
rial to work with this year and
many of'the contenders for varsity
berths have shown a great deal of
promise in pre-season drills to
In the 121-pound division, the
brightest prospect is Jim Stark, a
returning letterman from last
year's squad. Stark lost only one
match in Big Ten competition dur-
ing the 1945-46 campaign. Loren
Dean, a newcomer, is another
John Allred, letterman, is back
this season in the 128-pound class
Allred lost but one match out of
seven last season. Jim Smith, a
TOTALS .... 18
ng Highlights Toronto's .
Al Renfrew tallied at 8:04 of Hockey Squad
ph over Wolverines e's last core. He took a pass After losing last night's en-
from Ted ("eer in front of the jcutrt ootteMcia
Dick Starrak checked Toronto's net, pulled Ball out of the crease, to Toronto, the Michigan
Ted Romanick so powerfully that and slipped the puck into the hockey team will face the Green
he was forced to leave the game corner of the goal. of Dartmouth College Monday
near the end of the third period. Midway in this period, a Tor- night at 8 p.m. at the Coliseum.
nr ed Fronto forward batted the puck into The Indians come to Michigan
Phillips Scores First Michigan's net but the goal was
Ossie Phillips started the scoring disallowed by the referees. The. rated one of the best college hc-
at 16:25 of the first stanza after Blues held up the contest for five key squads in the East this year.
taking a pass from Gordon Mac- minutes arguing that the marker Coach Eridie Jeremiah's sextet
korsktng was -legal but were overruled. opens its regular season tonight
Millan at center ice, outskating Sutherland Counters for Blues with Boston College They had
the defense, and shooting the puck Then at 14:43 Bruce Sutherland,
into, the net past goalie Dick Ball Toronto center. scored the Blues' their first three games cancelled
for the score. first goal in a scramble at the net because it has not been cold
after the puck was centered by enough to freezekDartmouth's out-
TORONTO MICHIGAN Harry Johnston. Bob Henry scor- door hockey rink.
Bal.l Goal MacDonald ed for the Canadians, unassisted' Eighteen lettermen reported to
Kryzanowski LD Hill at 18:05 when he shot a loose Jeremiah at the beginning of prac-
Hate DMarshall puck into the net, tice sessions. They are led by
Hartrey RD rcaptain Ralph Warburton, a left
Bark C Jacobson Romanick and Johnston were
Simpson LW Renfrew Toronto's goal-getters in the final wing and a great backcheke i
Romanick RW Greer period at 6:10 and 14:04 respec- Warburton, who scored 25 pints
Scorng: vel, topt~tthegame"onice" for last year, plays on the line with
Scoring: ively, to pv't the game '"on iefrBruce Masher, high scorer last
1st-M ichigan, Phillips (M ac- the visitors. Bruce r, and Br uig c on l a. G
Millan), 16:25. Penalties-Michi- There were thrills galore up to winter, and Bruce Cunliffe. Ghe-
gan, Phillips, MacMillan. Toron- the very end of the test. Marshall rge Pulliam, who made the all-
to, Bark. skated the length of the ice just Pentagonial League team last year,
2nd-Michigan, Renfrew (Gre- before the final whistle but missed
er), 8:04. Toronto, Sutherland, the tally because of some fine m
(Johnston, Lawler), 14:43; Henry, goal-tendg by Ball. A MR RY
(unassisted), 18:05. Penalties - - -------A. MERRV
Toronto, LaRose. Michigan, Ja- BASKETBALL SCORES CHRISTMAS
co3rd-Toronto, Romanick (Rut- Northwestern 65, North Caro-
ledge, 6:1; Johnston (Sutherland, lina 51. A HAPPY
Penalties-none. NEW YEAR
North Main Opposite Court House Continuous from 1 P.M.
ply of Matmen "HIGH SCHOOL HERO"
petition Nears SErtsNDRDERS"
_____.____-- Robert Lowery in - Today and Saturday -
I first-year man, also looks good in and Ann Savage in
this division. "LAST CROOKED MILE"
A At 136 pounds, the Wolverines SonRKO NEWS and
will be able to rely on Mauricet
Smith, a veteran from last year's -
- team. Two award winners from
r previous Michigan teams, Fred "urhuE 1U
Booth and Phil Carlson, are the
toughest competitors in the 145- William ELIOTT
f pound bracket. Booth earned his Vera RALSTON
letter in '45 while Carlson won his - Today and Saturday ---
freshman numerals in the Spring "KID MILLIONS"
of 44. with Eddie Cantor
Captain Bill Courtright, NCAA Ann Sothern-George Murphy Race Horses World
and Conference champ in the 155- -and-
pound class for 1946, will hold the andBrnl~W
fort for the Wolverines in this di- "GUNS AND GUITARS"
vision. Bob Betzig, a newcomer with Coming Sunday
from Long Island, shows a great Gene Autry - Smiley Burnette "I've Always Loved You
deal of promise in the 155-pound16
bracket. Betzig won the Long Is-
land championship in high school
and had some collegiate experi-
ence while enrolled at the Uni-
versity of North Carolina asa C O N T A T
Wes Tebeau and Milan Cobble .FOR
are the strong men in the 160-
pound group. Tebeau was Michi-
gan State high school champ CO TACT LENSES
s while attending Grand Rapids CTE
e high. He is now recuperating from
a groin injury received in prac-
3 tice.-Woffer yn hebetn ft
Ward Peterson, an Ann Arbor
boy and a letterman from last sea-
. son, is back on the mats in the
4 175-pound class. Hugh Mack,
who lettered in '44, is another
bright contender in this bracket.
Mike Ulyshen, 175-pounder, also
looks good. Ulyshen lost only two
out of 20 matches in high school
The outstanding heavyweight is
Dan Dworsky who has recently re-
ported to Coach Keen from the
Wolverine eleven. Dworsky com-p
piled a fine record in Big Ten 410 WOLVERINE BLDG. Phone 6019
competition last season after just
a few weeks of grappling experi-
Keen's charges will open com- --
petition against Ohio State here
in Ann Arbor on January 11. The For the Last-M mu t
wrestlers will face the North-
western Wildcats in another home
meet on January 18. Shopper
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in the Technicolor Musical
Announcing the Forthcoming Engagement
For One Night Only, Wednesday, January 8th
STAGE 'THE GLASS MENAGERIE"
HERE IT IS!
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who will share expenses. Leavingj
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PASSENGERS WANTED to share ex-
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TYPEWRITERS, OFFICE MACHINES,
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Technical Photo Service, 917 Sunny-
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LOST: Cocktail ring Monday. Reward.
Jean Kodesn, 2-4561. )40
LADY'S GOLD wrist watch, gold band.
Diamond on either side of face. Re-
ward. Call Barbara Weisberg, 266-54,
between 6 and 8. )25
TAN LEATHER WALLET, found at cor-
ner of Oakland and Forest, 7:00 Tues-
day night. Call 7379 before Friday
LOST: Camel hair overcoat Friday ev-
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please call Dave Hunting. Phone
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graved RFS, EFS, and HVS, in pack-
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call Joan Smith, 2-5579. Reward. )21
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Gym, an old-fashioned gold ring with
garnet setting - only value senti-
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to Jean Russ, 4030 Stockwell Hall.
LOST: Neutral grey topcoat. In car of
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ufacturer of auto cushions in South-
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Bargain $60. 2-2704 evenings. )22
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 2-0249 after 6.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS: Apt.-size washing
machine . with wringer; Remington
deluxe noiseless portable typewriter;
7-tube G.E. radio-phonograph; %-ton
dump trailer. See Hogg, 426 E. King-
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HELP WANTED: for part-time cleanup
work at Student Publications Build-
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or 7 to 10, or approximately so. See
Mr. Chatters at the building.
TWO MAIN FLOOR tickets adjacent
seats for Horowitz piano concert Jan-
uary 17. Write Box 10, Michigan
ROOM AND BREAKFAST for two male
students during Christmas vacation
in return for three hours daily work
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MEN'S USED CLOTHES wanted. A bet-
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