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TUESPAG, NOVEMBER 25, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DXILY

PACAR TYREE

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947Big Nine Dream Team

"bOPERATIONS ROSE BOWl"
ANN ARBOar FLiGIT: 10 Douglas DC-3 Standard Air
Lines phnes loaded with "I passengers each.
Take Off Time: 0900 29 Dccmber 1947.
Rendezvous: 2000 ft. over Ann Arbor joining Detroit Fliglit.
Destination: Pasadena. California.
Target: Rose Bowl.
Mission: Take California.
Return: 2 January 94.
Flight Includes:
l, OUND TRIP TICKET
HOTEL ROOM F1OR 3 DAYS
BUS TRIP THROUGH HOLLYWOOD
BUS TO AND FROM (GAME
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Al This for Only $250.00
For complete details call or see
MAJOR "JIM" BEAULIEU at the Allenel Hotel
after November 25, 1947.
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1ERE'S TilE ALL-BIG NINE 1947 FOOTBALL TEAM-Selected Mann, Michigan; tackles,
for the Associated Press by coaches, here is the 1947 All-Western Illinois; guards, Howard
Conference football team: Ends, Ike Owens, Illinois, and Bob | Minnesota; center, Bob W1
} CbappysI, EIliott, Yerges, Man Named
On First Team of All-Big Nine Gridders

iUS t3ACK LIT, AC
Phil O'Reilly, Purdue, and Lou Agase,
Brown, Indiana, and Leo Nomellini,
Vilson, Wisconsin; backs, Howard Yerges,

Bob Chappuis, and Chalmers
Russ Steger, of Illinois.

(Bump) Elliott, of Michigan, and

CHICAGO, Nov. 24-- (P)--Title.-
winning Michigan placed four
players, sweeping three backfield
- brtsto dominate the all-Big
Nine football team selected for the
Associated Press today by Confer-
ence coaches.
Dethroncd Illinois was award-
ed thrte positions and one each

went to Indiana, Wisconsin, Pur-
due and Minnesota.
The balloting failed to produce
a single unanimous choice, al-
though Bob Chappuis, the sole re-
peater from last year's honor
team, and Chalmers (Bump) El-
liot, Michigan's great halfbacking
duo, and Guard Leo Nomellini of
ARE YOU
ROSE BOWL BOUND?
If so, for your consideration,
we present:
The Personality Cut
The Michigan Crew
The Zoot Flat Top
*kThe Facial or Scalp
Treatment
10 Barbers-No Waiting
The Dascola Barbers
Between State & Mich. Theatres

Minnesota each missed only one
first team vote for 16 out of 18I
possible points.
Iowa, Ohio State and Norwest-
ern all missed getting a call on
either the first or second teams.
Howard Yerges, unsung signal-
calling strategist of Michigan's
bewildering attack, was named
quarterback and hard - hitting
Russ Steger of Illinois won the No.
1 fullback post.4
The selections:
FIRST TEAM
Isaiah Owens, Illinois .......End
Robert Mann, Michigan ...... End
Phillip O'Reilly, Purdue . . Tackle
Lou Agase, Illinois ........ Tackle
Leo Nomellini, Minnesota . .Guard
Howard Brown, Indiana ... Guard
Robert Wilson, Wisconsin .Center
Howard Yerges, Michigan . . .Back
Robert Chappuis, Michigan . Back
Chalmers Elliott, Michigan . .Back
Russ Steger, Illinois ........Back
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Workouts Open
For Wrestlers
Betzig, Allred, Smith
Are Returning Vets
Now that the football season is
over, Michigan's wrestling squad
will begin heavy preparations for
the coming 1947-48 season with
daily drills in Yost Field House.
Coach Cliff Keen, who had been
directing the 150 pound football
team through a successful cam-
paign this fall will once again lead
the Wolverine matmen. Forrest,
"Butch" Jordan is assisting him.
Dworsky To Work Out
With the heaviest schedule in
recent years before them, 61 hope-
fuls have already turned out, led
by a number of last year's "M"
winners. John Allred, Jim Smith
and Phil Carlson are reporting
from the 150 pound football squad,
while heavyweight Danny Dwor-
sky will workout with the wres-
All persons interested in
wrestling and going out for the
varsity squad are urged to see
Coach Cliff Keen this week in
Yost Field House on the bal-
cony.
tlers to keep in shape for the Rose
Bowl contest. He will not compete
until after January 1.
Jim Smith and Morris Smith
are returnees from last year at 136
pounds, while Carlson and George
Curtis are back at 145.
Betzig Returns
The biggest hole to fill will be at
155, due to the loss by graduation
of lastgyear's captain Corky
CoLrtright. Another stalwart,
Captain Bob Betzig, will be back
this year at 165 pounds along with
Bob Johnston. Dworsky will fill the
heavyweight post.
Ohio University will be the first.
team that will face the Wolverines,
meeting them on January 16, 1948.
The rest of the schedule will be
anounced at a later date.
Coach Keen also announced an
all-campus wrestling tournament
to be held December 17-18. It will
serve as a pre-season test, and will
be open to anyone on campus ex-
cept former wrestling letter win-
ners. Medals will be given the
weight division winners.
See the Annual
Football Classic
ROSE
WBOW-vL
AIR SPECIAL

Michigan's hockey squad opens
the 27th Wolverine puck season
Friday night when they playthost
to the Detroit Red Wings at the
Coliseum in an exhibition match.
The game will be the second in
the annual exhibition series ar-
ranged last year by Michigan
Mentor Vic Heyliger and Jack
Adams, manager of the Detroit
professionals. In a free scoring
contest, the Motor City aggrega-
tion scored a 7-5 win over the
Maize and Blue skaters at the out-
,set of the 1946-47 season.
With the exception of Lyle
Philips and George Balestri,
Heyliger will have the same
crew that went on to rack up 13
wins against seven losses last
year, defeating the mighty Min-
nesotans in the best of four
games to snare the mythical Big
Nine championship.
The probable starting lineup for
Michigan, will include Gordie Mac-
Millan at center ice, Al Renfrew
and Wally Gacek at the wing po-
sitions, and Capt. Connie Hill and
Ross Smith on defense. As in the
case of last year's game the goalies
of the two teams will change jer-
seys which will put Harry Lumley
at the nets for Michigan and Jack
MacDonald in the crease for the
Red Wings.
Adams will probably start
Abel, Lindsay and Howe on the
forward line, and Quackenbush
and Steward on defense. In the
O'Connell New
Mid get Cap-tain 1
Don O'Connell, guard and main-
stay on Cliff Keen's 150-pound
squad, has been named captain of
next year's squad.
At the same meeting retiring
captain, Charlie Ketterer was
voted the most valuable player on
the team.
Regardless of one loss to OSU,
13-2, Michigan's midgets ended up
in a first place tie with Wisconsin
for the mythical Big Nine cham-
pionship.Z
Iioudre i Signed
CLEVELAND, Nov. 24 - (,) -
Lou Boudreau today signed "what
virtually amounts to two-year
contract to manage the Cleveland
Indians," Tribe president Bill
Veeck announced tonight, putting
a stopper on persistent reports the
star shortstop would be traded. ,

second and third periods Adams
and Heyliger will interchange
one offensive line.
Available for duty in addition to
the starting Wolverine squad will
be Bob Marshall, Bill Jacobson,
Ted Greer, Owen McArdle, Dick
Starrak, Leonard Brumm, Paul
Fontana, Sam Stedman, Herb Up-
ton, and Jack Maclnnes, the latter
the first alternate net-tender.
Coach Tommy Ivan, who is at
the helm of the first place Na-
tional Hockey club this year,
will bring along Lundy, Couture,
Hloreck, McFadden, Jim Con-
acher, Brunteau, McNab,Kell y,
and Reise as spares.
Ducats for the season's opener
will go on sale at 8:30 a.m. Wed-
nesday morning at the { Athletic
Administration Building, and offi-
cials emphasize the necessity for
students to present their identifi-
cation cards at the time of pur-
chase. 1,200 seats will be avail-
able at that time and tickets will
sell for 60 cents each.
Last Season's
Ca ers Return
Coach Ozzie Cowles innovation
of "building for the future" is cer-
tain to reap its basketball rewards
this year.
Every man, from the entire first
string to the last substitute, has
returned en masse. And in yester-
day's scrimmage Pete Elliott and
Irv Wisniewski, storing their foot-
ball equipment for the time being,
rounded out the list of letterwin-
ners.
Although the members as a
whole are stepping into their for-
mer positions with sufficient ease,
several changes have taken place
since the beginning of practice.
Moved up from the guard slot, Bill
Mikulich has been working out on
the forward line with Mack Sup-
runowicz and center Bill Roberts.
This move may have been done to
take advantage of Mikulich's un-
orthodox one hand shot which is
highly effective from close court.
Instead of competing for the
center berth this year, Hal "Lefty"
Morrill has been paired with Cap-
tain Bob Harrison on guard as-
signment. Also involved in the
shuffle for a first string spot is
last season's starter, Boyd McCas-
lin, a new comer, center Don Mac-
Intosh, and veteran forward
"Dutch" Wierda.

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