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-,'AT~IJRD4, DECEMBER~ 6, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

McMaster' s

Icemen

Cometh

Tonight

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IT'S OFFICIAL NOW:
Collier's Names 'Chap'
29thV'M' All-American
Bob Chappuis was named to the Paul Cleary, Southern Cali-I
Daddy of all All-America teams fornia, and William Swiacki,
yesterday, when Grantland Rice Columbia, as ends.
chose him for a half-back spot in Competition for the four back-
his Collier's All-American selec- field positions was particularly
tions. stiff, Collier's reports. Bobby Lane
The Michigan grid ace was of Texas, Doak Walker of
placed in a backfield that in- Southern Methodist and Charlie
cluded Johnny Lujack of No- Conerly of Mississippi were the
tre Dame, Skippy Minisi of last backs eliminted in the voting.
Penn and Ray Evans of Kansas. Among those named as close
Chappuis thus became the 29th runners-up for line positions on
Michigan football player to be the 1947 team are Jim Martin and
listed on Collier's All-America. Leon Hart, Notre Daine 4nds;
Michigan recognizes only those Bob Mann and Len Ford, Michi-
All-Americans which have been gan ends; John Ferraro, Southern
named on teams first selected by Californi tackle, and Chuck Bed-
Walter Camp and now by narik, Pennsylvania center.
Grantland Rice and his advis-
ory board.G
Other Wolverines have been se- Of fers Substitute
lected on other All-America teams Battle
but these are not officially recog- For Bo'i B lD -es v
nized at Michigan. DETROIT, Dec. 5-G'P)-Rev.
Ten teams are represented on Father John J. Cavanaugh, presi-
the Collier's All-America. Only dent of Notre Dame, suggested to-
Notre Dame had two play- day late-November playoffs be-
ers in Lujack and George Connor, tween the nation's best football
tackle. teams as a substitute for the rash
Other first team nominees of post-season Bowl games.
were Richard Scott, Navy, at "I would like to see 50 or 60
center, Steve Suhey, Penn State, outstanding colleges and univer-
and Joe Steffy, Army, at guards, sities reserve the last Saturday of
Connor and Robert Davis, Geor- November as an open date," he
gia Tech, at the tackles, and proposed.
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Fraternities,
Dorms Start
I-M Wrestling
Residence hall and fraternity
wrestling competition will be held
next week in the I-M Gym.
Each house and fraternity is al-
lowed to enter as many men as it
wishes in each division. The wres-
tling meet will follow regular in-
tercollegiate rules with each match
lasting three periods of one, two,
and two minutes.
Tuesday night the fraternity
preliminaries and semi-finals will
be held, and the finals Wednes-
day night. All fraternity wrestlers
must weigh in between 3-6:30 on
Monday, Dec. 8.
The residence halls preliminar-
ies and semi-finals will be held
Wednesday night along with the
fraternity finals, and the residence
finals will be held on Thursday
night. All residence hall entrants
must weigh in between 3-6:30 p.m.
on Tues., Dec. 9.
The International Center volley
ball competition will go into full
swing today with full schedules
listed for all teams today and Sun-
day afternoon.
(Continued from Page 1)
round ended he was trading
punch for punch with the cham-
pion.
So close it was that after the
final bell there, was a deathless
hush as announcer Harry Ba-
logh gathered the ballots. Thou-
sands in the crowd thought they
had seen the big title change
hands. Frank Forbes, the first
judge, gave it to Louis by 8 rounds
to 6, with one even, Goldstein vot-
ed for Walcott, 7 to 5, with two
even. Judge Marty Monroe swung
the verdict to Louis, 9 rounds to
6.
Walcott look stunned at the
announcement. Both he and his
handlers were so certain he had
won that Jersey Joe made no at-
tempt to fight in the final round,
but contented himself with step-
ping around and keeping out of
harm's way. Scarcely a blow was
struck in the round.

Wolverine Skaters Open
'47 Hockey Season Here
Maize and Blue Holds Series Advantage;
Coach Hieyliger To Start Veteran Lineup

By HERB RUSKIN
Michigan's hockey squad will
attempt to continue their domi-
nance over McMaster Vniversity
tonight when they meet the in-
vaders from Hamilton, Ontario, in
the Wolverines' 1947 collegiatl
opener at 8:30 in the Coliseum.
In the series thus far, Maize and
Blue pucksters hold a decided
edge, having won five of the eight
previous games. Two of the tilts
ended in ties, while the McMas-
Fall Workouts
Begin for "M"
CinderSquad
Fall practice for the 1948 edi-
tion of Michigan's track team got
into full swing yesterday after-
noon as the squad recorded im-
pressive marks in the field events
of the year's first time trials.
Chuck Fonville, the Wolverines'
Conference champion shot-putter
who recorded the nation's best
performance last season made a
remarkable early season showing,
tossing the sphere 51 ft. 2 in.
In other events, high jumper
Tom Dolan recorded a leap of six
feet while Varskin Baydarian hit
the 22 foot mark in the broad
jump.
Ed Ulvestad, who last season
broke Michigan's freshman pole
vault record with a mark of 13
feet 2 inches, indicated that he was
in for another fine season by soar-
ing to 12 feet 6 inches, an out-
standing December performance.
Time trials for the track events
will take place this afternoon in
the Field House with everyone on
the squad including a promising
group of freshmen participating.
Adding to these encouraging
performances was a leap of 22 feet
nine inches by broad jumper Bob
Fancett which was recorded ear-
lier in the week.

terites have broken through only
once, in 1936, when they edged the
Wolverines, 6-5.
For tonight's game, Michigan
hockey mentor Vic Heyliger an-
naunced two late changes in his
second and third lincs. Leonard
Brumm has been moved up to
the second line and will see ac-
tion with veteran Ted Greer
and newcomer Owen McArdle.
The third line will consist of
Bill Jacobson, Sam Steadman,
both two-letter men, and Al Na-
deau, 23 year old sophomore from
Arlington, Mass., who is serving
his first year on the squad.
Michigan's top offense unit
will remain the same, with cen-
ter Gordie McMillan flanked by
Al Renfrew and Wally Gacek.
Capt. Connie Hill will be lead-
ing the defense with able sup-
port from stalwarts Ross Smith,
Bob Marshall, Dick Starrak and
Herb Upton, all previous letter-
men. Jack MacDonald will be in
the goal.
The player-coached McMas-
ter sextet is also placing anvet-
eran squad on the ice in an. at-
tempt to ring up their second
win of the series.
Their probable starting lineup
will see Bob "Ace" Chittick in goal,
with letter winners Dennis Barnes,
Bob Lymburner and Larry Fol-
liott as the starting forward wall.
Graham Jenkins and one of the
co-coaches, Doug Henderson, will
comprise the defensive starters.
Coach Heyliger's icemen re-
ceived a thorough workout eight
days ago in an exhibition match
here with the Detroit Red Wings.
With an exchange of lines, Michi-
gan won, 9-7, thanks to several
"Wing" goals.
DO YOU KNOW . . . that
hockey at the University of Mich-
igan dates back to 1921, and
that in the 26 seasons, the Wol-
verines have played 386 games,
winning 186, losing 175 and ty-
ing 25 of the contests?

. yig Squad
Tests Spartan
Power Today
Michigan fliers will attempt to
make it three in a row when they
tangle with 12 Michigan State air-
men in the third annual Michi-
gan-Michigan State Flying Meet
at 12:30 p.m. today at the Ann
Arbor airport.
The competition, which is open
to both student and licensed pil-
ots, features three events--spot
landing, landings over a ten foot
obstacle, and bomb dropping.
Michigan's team, led by Capt.
Dick Illing, has one of last year's
winners competing again today.
He is Dick Wilkins, who won in
the licensed pilot division.
Other members of the Michigan
team are Bob Land, Dave Lake,
Norm Lipstein, John Horeth, Bob
Goslow, Willet Harrington, Chuck
Higbee, Hugh Griffin, Harold Hill,
Bill McDermott, Nelson Hermance,
and Carol Anderson.
A banquet for all the members
of both school's flying clubs will
be given after the game with Prof
Wilbur C. Nelson, of Michigan's
Aerial Engineering department
serving as toastmaster.

LOS ANGELES, Dec 5--P)--Greeted by one of Los Angeles' fa-
mous demonstrations of "unusual" weather, Notre Dame arrived to-
(fay and their coach, Frank Leahy, matched the gloom of the skies in
predicting the outcome of their annual football game with Southern
California before an expected 100,000 fans.

We have nothing to sell
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AND IT AIN'T VERONICA:

Lake Tabbed 'Red-Hot' Gymnast Ace

WE can give you a

By IRWIN ZUCKER
Yesterday it happened.
After two months of constant
practice, Dave Lake became the
first varsity gymnast this year to
do giant hip circles on the side
horse.
Loken Witness
He perfected this most difficult
stunt yesterday afternoon at the
intramural building in the pres-
ence of exuberant Newt Loken,
gymnastics coach, who described
Lake as "a red-hot baby."
Lake, head Wolverine cheer-
leader and a product of Ann Ar-
bor, will display his exceptional
talents along with other team-
mates at 2 p.m. today in the
small gymnasium of the Intra-
mural Building in the second in-
tra-squad meet of the season.
Open to All Fans ,
Michigan sport, fans are in-
vited to watch today's practice.
Before and after the meet, the
varsity members of the twist-and-
tumble sport will swap stunts with
a group of Detroit gymnasts who
will arrive in Ann Arbor this
morning.
mCoach Loken, who started tum-
bling in the cradle 28 years ago
and hasn't stopped since, hopes
to secure a fairly good estimate of
his team's potentialities in today's
intra-squad meet.
More than a score of Wolverines
are battling for berths on the 10-
man varsity which will probably

be announced immediately after in shape at almost all times was
the Christmas vacation. The first noted yesterday with the an-
official Michigan gymnastic meet nouncement that Freshman Fred
since 1933 will be held at Central Thompson and Mark Neville, will
Michigan on Jan. 9. tumble in the "Mikado" produc-
Evidence that the Wolverine tion Wednesday and Thursday
gymnasts are intent upon keeping evenings.

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