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F .HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan, Minnesota Clash
In Conference Game There
Golden Gophers Boast 7-3 Record; Five
Game Win Streak at Stake for Wolverines
By BOB LENT

;Hockey Squad Eges Out Queens, 2-1

MVichig;an and Minnesota, a couple ofI
nots," get together in Minneapolis tonight
either-is a "have" in this year's title chase.

former Big Nine "have
to determine which-if

Supporters of both clubs are hailing a new era for their favorites
and point to the record books to back their claims. The Golden Goph-
ers sport a 7-3 record that includes a 34-31 verdict over Illinois' "Phizz
Kids," (Apologies to the Chicago Sun). Only losses on their record are

Greer, Jacobson Pace ,1W;
Teams Meet Again Tonight
By DES HOWARTH
Michigan drew first blood last night in a two-game series with
Queen's University as they edged out the Canadians in a hard-fought
scrap, 2-1, at the Coliseum. The teams will renew warfare tonight
at 8:30 in the same arena.
To win, Coach Vic Heyliger's Wolverines had to do it the hard
way, as they spotted the visitors a goal in the initial stanza before
tying up the contest late in the same period. At 7:37 of the second
period the Maize and Blue took the lead and then battled the Queen's
sextet scoreless for the remaining 32 minutes.
" Ted Greer and Bill Jacobson were the big offensive guns for the
Heyligermen with a goal and an assist apiece while Dick Starrak
aided with an assist. But Michi-:

ifat*men Initiate Campaign Here
Against Ohio University Tonight

two defeats from Washington's
great unbgaten five on the Pacific
Coast and a last minute 43-41 de-
cision to Ohio State at Columbus.
Coach Dave McMillian admits
he has the best talent he's ever
had, and title talk is flying thick
and fast up in Gopherland these
days.
Meanwhile the Wolverines are
riding a five game win streak and
a 6-1 season record. Banking on
the coaching wizardry of their new
pilot, Ozzie Cowles, Maize and
Blue fans are hoping for another
surprise like the 39-33 win over
Northwestern last Saturday.
Cowles pas been experimenting
with an 1ll out offense this week in
case the defensive strategy that
worked so, well against the Wild-
cats fails to pay off.
Both teams are capable of either
pushing or pulling the scoring
throttle, but a low-point game

seems the more probable. Minne-
sota held the WJhiz Kids to the
lowest tally-total in the latter's
glamourous history, and feature a
set style similar to Michigan's.
Because of this, both guards, Ed
Kernan and Lou Brewster, are far
ahead of forwards, Bud Grant and
Jack Young, in the Marroon and
Gold scoring brigade. Jim. McIn-
tyre, 6'9" center, leads the squad
with 117 points to date. Illinois
held Big Jim to a single point but
lost two centers via the foul route
in the process.
The job of stopping the Gopher
ace will fall to Bill Roberts who'll
be giving away three inches.
Cowles' counter-attack .will find
Boyd McCaslin and Mack Supru-
nowicz at the forwards with Cap-
tain Pete Elliott and Bob Harrison
at guards. Gerrit Wierda was left
home because of a leg injury,

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gan's.other line centered by Gord
MacMillan and flanked by Al
Renfrew and Lyle Phillips did its
share of carrying the fight to the
Queen's man. Only Dave Wood's
fancy net-minding prevented this
line from counting at least once.
Wood, MacDonald Outstanding
Both Wood and Jack MacDon-
ald turned in creditable perform-
ances in the nets. Wood, whom
Coach Heyliger termed as the best
goalie the Wolverines have faced
this season, was little short of
sensational in the final 20 minutes
of play as he turned back numer-
ous Michigan threats.
Play started furiously in the
first five minutes, and playing un-
der Canadian Amateur rules which
permit body-checking in all zones,
the teams - treated the fans to
plenty of excitement.
Lefebvre Scores First
Then at 12:25 Rene Lefebvre
took a pass 10 feet in front of
the net with only MacDonald to
beat. His shot put the Canadians
in front, 1-0. A minute later
MacDonald made a dandy save
on Frank Ohlke's shot as the lat-
ter came in on him alone.
,Greer took Jacobson's pass
near the left corner of the Queen's
net to set-up the tying goal at
17:18, and conclude the period's
action, which saw Queen's dom-
inate most of the play.
Jacobson Scores Winning Goal
Taking the ice for the second
frame, the Maize and Blue sextet

took the offensive, outplaying the
Canadians completely. Renfrew
missed a marker on a beautiful
pass play with MacMillan col-
laborating, when he skated by the
goal mouth. But Jacobson rapped
in the winning goal seconds later
on a shot from in front.
The final period was scoreless
but action-packed. Michigan, try-
ing to score the clincher, kept the
puck in the Queen's zone for most
of the period. Twice, however,
when Bob Marshall was serving
time in the penalty box the Can-
adians applied the pressure un-
successfully. In the final two
minutes MacDonald made three
game-saving saves.
Michigan's defense looked the
best it has on Coliseum ice this
season. Captain Connie Hill was
outstanding, while Bob Marshall
and George Balestri slowed the
Canadian forwards considerably
with jarring body-checks.

CONNIE HILL - Michigan's
hockey captain who was out-
standing on defense as the Wol-
verines beat Queens last night.
.Dorms Begin
Cagye SeasOnL
The residence halls took over
the Sports Building courts Thurs-
day night when ten houses ini-
tiated the dormitory basketball
season in actual competition,
tion, while Weniey forfeited to
Tyler.
In the feature tilt Lloyd House
held the Fletcher quintet score-
less in the entire first half, but
the stiff Lloyd House defense
couldn't keep up the pace and
the game ended with Fletcher on
the very short end of a 32-5
count. Herb Rowe was high scor-
er for the winners with ten points.

P.

Hockey
QUEEN'S
Wood
Smith
Moffat
Wagar
Lefebvre
Davidson
Spares: Mi

Summaries

G
LD
RD
C
LW
RW
chigan

MICH.
MacDonald
Hill
Balestri
MacMillan
Renfrew
Phillips
Marshall,

Upton, Jacobson, Starrak, Greer,
Queen's: Kerr, Hews, Ohlke,
Davis, Cameron, Crawford, Ham
Davis, C a m e r o n, Crawford,I
Hamilton, Coupe, Urie.

"Damn the GARGOYLES!
speed ahead!!"--Ovid.

Full

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FOR SALE: COAT, tan camel's hair,
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MOVIE CAMEIA and Light Meter, Box-
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Wrist Watch in vicinity of Lawyers'
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and rubies. Lcst at Chi Phi, 3 Jan.k
1947. Liberal reward for return. Call
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immediately or for next semester. I
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ATTENTION MARRIED STUDENTS: If
you are leaving Ann Arbor and would
like to exchange an apartment for a
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price), send postcard to J. C. Mc-
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BUSINESS SERVICES
UNWANTED HAIR: Permanently re-
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Painless. Phone 6373. First National
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MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Liberty.
We have rebuilt used bikes tor sale.
Your bike can be expertly repaired
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with children,. two hours ,four af-
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HELP NEEU rD: Student part-time
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pleasant, dignified work; earnings
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For interviewv phone Ypsilanti 2740. )7
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STUDENTS for part-time work at soda
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