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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1947

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Conerly Stars
As Rebels Cop
33-14 Victory
STARKVILLE, Miss., Nov. 29-
(AP) - Passing Charley Conerly
reached the climax of his brilliant
football season here today as he
personally completed 13 out of 18
passes to give the University of
Mississippi a 33-14 win over Miss-
issippi State.
This win was doubly important
to the Rebels, for in addition to a
victory over their arch-rivals, it
mxarked their first undisputed
Joutheastern Conference Champ-I
'onship.
Cheered on by nearly 30,000
spectators Conerly continued to
add to his supporters' claims of his
All-American abilities as his pass-
es spelled the difference between
victory and defeat for Ole Miss.
Many of his 180 yards on pass-
ing were credited to Barney Poole
who caught four Conerly tosses to
set a record of pass completions in
a season at 52.

ONE WHO KNOWS:
Wolverine Hockey Team
Praised by Jack Adams

MSC Scores 58-19 Victory
To End Successful Season
Substittte Bud Crane Notches Four Scores;
Hawaiian Markers Come on Three Passes

By BERNIE BROWN
If Jack Adams, manager of the
Detroit Red Wings, knows any-
thing about hockey, and it is gen-
erally assumed that he does,
Michigan's showing against the
Red Wings Friday night portends
good omens for the rest of the
season.
"The team is very much im-
proved over last year's squad," Ad-
ams said, "and I was especially
impressed by the fine defensive
work of Ross Smith and Bob Mar-
shall. The offensive lines were
good and Bill Jacobson certainly
proved himself a very able college
player," the Detroit manager stat-
ed.
Jacobson was among the
Michigan men who switched in-
to Red Wing uniforms in the
second and third periods and he
was on the line with his former
team-mates, Harry Couture and
Max McNab

Saskatoon (Sask.) Junior Quak-
ers in 1943. Before four minutes
of the second period had elapsed,
Jake and his buddies teamed up
on a well-coordinated play to
score a goal for the visitors.
Heyliger, suffering from a
slight case of laryngitis, whis-
pered happily, "The team look-
ed good, but there are still
quite a few rough spots that
have to be gone over." Practice
will resmne Tuesday at the Col-
iseum in preparation for the
first game of the official season
with 74cMaster University of
Cana'da.
A, former Wolverine ice star,
CIVA Kuznier, who played in the
1945-46 season, had nothing but
praise for the Michigan hockey
squad. "They performed much
better than I expected, and the
first line of MacMillan, Gacek,
and Renfrew is nothing short of
great. The team should certainly

The trio played together on the! go places this year if they keep upI

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the fine work."
Wall Gacek, who led the Mich-
igan scoring attempts with two
markers (excuding Abel who lit
the red light three times for Mich-
igan but who is a Red Winger)
looked at the situation objectively.
He commented, "This game did
more for us than any amount of
practice could have done. There's
no doubt that we all learned a lot
and we hope to profit by the ex-
perience."
The 1300 Michigan hockey
fans were especially apprecia-
tive of the sparkling job of net-
tending by Harry Lumley, ace
Wing goalie. Several brilliant
saves brought the crowd to its
feet with rousing approval.
The red shirts meet the Mon-
treal Canadians in Detroit tonight
in hopes of adding to the three
point margin that is now holding
them in the first place slot in the
N.H.L.
Football
Scores
EAST
Army 21, Navy 0
Fordham 13, New York Univer-
sity 13 (t)
Holy Cross 20 Boston College 6
West Virginia 17, Pittsburgh 2
SOUTH
Georgia Tech 7, Georgia 0
Florida 25, Kansas State 7
Maryland 0, North Carolina
State 0 (tie)
Tennessee 12, Vanderbilt 7
North Carolina 40, Virginia 7
Mississippi 33, Mississippi State
14
Oklahoma 21, Oklahoma A &
M 13
Alabama 21, Miami 6
MIDWEST
Oregon State 27, Nebraska 6
SOUTHWEST
Southern Methodist 19, Texas
Christian 19 (tie)
Rice 34, Baylor 6
mons 6
Texas Tech 14, Hardin-Sim-
FAR WEST
Michigan State 58, Hawaii 19
ARE YOU
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If so, for your consideration,
we present:
* The Personality Cut
* The Michigan Crew
* The Zoot Flat Top
* The Facial or Scalp
Treatment
10 Barbers-No Waiting
The Dascola Barbers
Between State & Mich. Theatres

REASON TO SMILE-Biggie
Munn, in his first year as coach,
directed Michigan State to one
of their most successful sea-
sons, which wound up yester-
day with a decisive victory over
Hawaii.
Crusaders rTp
Boston Colle e
By 20-6 CountI
BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 29-(Al)-
Inspired by the magnificent all-
around play of Co-captain Bob
Sullivan, their durable triple-
threat, Holy Cross overwhelmed
a supposedly superior Boston Col-
lege eleven, 20-6, today before a
sellout crowd of 43,000 chilled
fans at Braves Field.
Tally Twice in First Quarter
The Crusaders were lightly re-
garded, having taken four beat-
ings this season, but led by Sulli-
van they scored twice in the first
period to virtually decide the 44th
renewal of this clash.
This marked the fifth straight
win for Holy Cross over their arch
Jesuit rivals and this one served
as a glorious sendoff for "Ox"
DaGrosa, the Crusader coach for
the past three seasons who re-
signed last Monday after reject-
ing a new one-year contract.
Upsets Mark Series
This year, it was Sullivan, who
has frequently taken a back seat
to his able brother Ray, who took
the spotlight as the Crusaders
continued their dominance of the
Boston College Eagles.

By The Associated Press
HONOLULU, Nov. 29-A 5,000-
inilc jiourney from chilly Michigan
to summery Hawaii failed to faze
Michigan State today, and the
Spartans won 58 to 19 from a fu-
tile University of Hawaii football
team.
The 13,000 spectators saw all 34
Michigan State players in action.
The hard-charging Spartan
blockers cleared wide aisles in
the Hawaii defense through
which the visiting backs drove
with the ease of a well-greased
machine. Only a weakness in
the Michigan State pass de-
fense permitted the Rainbows
to score at all. All three Hawaii
touchdowns came on pass plays.
An elusive substitute left half-
back, Bud Crane, led the winners
in scoring with four touchdowns-
two of them climaxing brilliant
runs.
Ten seconds before the end of
the first half, Crane intercepted
a desperation pass on the Hawaii
49-yard line and ran it all the
way to the goal. There was littlel
question about the outcome at
this point, with Michigan State
leading 32-12, but Crane cameI
back in the second half to score

on runs of seven yards' and five
yards, and again on a 28-yard pas;
play.
Michigan State scored on the
fourth play of the game, with-
in two minutes after the kick-
off. Left Halfback Stephen Sier-
adzki intercepted a Hawii pass
--the first after the kickoff-
on the Rainbow 22.
For the touchdown Sieradzki
punched across for three yards
and he scored again in the firsi
quarter on' a four and one-hall
yards plunge which climaxed r
Michigan State 46-yard march.
The Spartans' right halfback
Lynn Chandnois shared the
spotlight yith a brilliant 65-yard
scoring run. He cut around left
end, reversed his field behind
excellent blocking, and scored
unmolested.
Hawaii r esorting to frequent
passes, gained 65 yards to score
at the start of the second quarter.
and shortly afterward made an-
other 77 yards via the airlanes tc
count its second touchdown. The
third Rainbow score, in the third
period, came on Richard Mami-
ya's 29-yard toss to right halfback
Phil Haake.

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Heyliger Begins Fourth
Year as Hockey Coach

The Skates of Amateur
and Professional Champions

By HERB RUSKIN
His third victorious season in.
as many years will be the aim of
Vic Heyliger, Michigan's hockey
coach in preparation for the 1947-
48 inter-collegiate season.
Only his first year at the helm
of the puck squad mars the other-
wise fine record of Heyliger coach-
ed teams. Taking over the reins
from Ed Lowry in late November
of 1944, his squad posted a .400

WATCH OUT, OHIO!
Wolverine Swimming Squad
Aiming for Conference Crown

record winning four and dropping
six contests.
Best Hockey Season
On the credit side of the ledger,
however, stand two superb seas-
ons, in which Michigan has es-
tablished itself as one of the pow-
ers in American Intercollegiate
hockey ranks. Under Heyliger's
tutelage, the Wolverines posted 17
wins in 25 games in the 1945-46
season, the best record in Maize
and Blue puck history. They con-
tinued their winning ways again
in the 1946-47 season dropping
only seven out of 21 games.
Heyliger, a Michigan graduate,
gained the reputation of being one
of the finest hockey players ever
to don a Michigan uniform and in
1937 was chosen all-Midwest cen-
ter.
After his graduation that same
year, he moved on to the Chicago
Black Hawks, holding down the
same spot for them that he had
for the Wolverines. Two years
later, he began his first coaching
job, directing the University of
Illinois puck squad.
Stays On At Illinois
Heyliger stayed on with Illi-
nois, even after the Illini discon-
tinued hockey because of the war,
becoming a physical education in-
structor until Michigan offered
him the job that he now holds
down, hockey coach.
He gained the reputation at Illi-
nois of being a top-flight colleg-
iate coach, and has kept up that
prestige during his four seasons
in Ann Arbor.

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By MURRAY GRANT
Matt Mann, genial Wolverine
swimming coach, seems to be all
smiles this season as his charges
go through their daily paces, and
well he might be as the 1947-48
edition of the Maize and Blue
swimming team shapes up as one
of the finest ever to represent
Michigan.
With the squad knee-deep in
almost every phase of the tank
sport, Mann is anxiously await-
ing the forthcoming Swim Gala
to see which of his many stars
will compete in the various
events.
Primarily, the swimmers are
aiming at Ohio State, and the
Buckeyes' name, though highly re-
garded, is often mentioned after a
particularly good time is turned
in.
Led by Captain Harry Holiday,
the Wolverines have one of the
best aggregations in the country.
And with the addition of a 150-
yard individual medley event in
the Conference meet the dopesters
are not conceding anything to the
powerful Bucks.
Holiday will undoubtedly be
Michigan's number one man in
this event, but Charley Moss,
who has shown proficiency in
both the breast stroke and free-
style cannot be lightly regarded.
Freestylers are highly abundant
this year led by Dick Weinberg
and Gus Stager back from last
year's squad. The Army returned

Matt Mann III and Dave Tittle
to the Wolverine lineup and both
these boys were hailed as stars in
the freshman year.
In addition to this Big Four,
Mann will have Tom Coates,
Bill Kogen, Bill Crispin, Jay
Sanford, Johnny McCarthy,
Johnny Zimmerman, and Moss
and Holiday at his call in any
of the free style events.
In the breast stroke Mann will
have a strong contingent led by
Bob Sohl. Back from last year will
be Bill Upthegrove, promising
sophomore, and Irv Einbinder, who
has shown very well thus far this
season.
Backstroker Holiday, of
course, is tops in this event, but
Michigan will have another able
performer in Art Johnson, who
has come along quickly under
Mann's able hand.
The medley relay team, holders
of almost every record in the book,
will be intact again with Holiday,
Sohl and Weinberg ready for an-
other assault on the record books.
And the free style relay will be
composed of almost any group of
four free stylers that Mann may
choose.

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