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FRMAT; T'iF-TAMER V, 1447

THE AlICHIGINN toAlLy

FRifli~Y, flE4TM1~ETi P, 1S47 THE MICHIGAN WuLY

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Gala

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'M' Puck Squad E ngages
Windsor in Second Test
Spitfires, Red Wing Farm Club, Lead Pack
In Race for. Amateur Hockey League Title-

By HERB RUSKIN
Michigan's hockey squad will
take the ice tonight in an attempt
to win their second victory in as
many starts, when they face-off
against the Windsor Spitfires at
8:00 in the coliseum.
The Spitfires, who won the
International Amateur Hockey
League championship last year
and who are leading the pack
again this season, will present
a vastly different squad than
the one that defeated the Wol-
verines near the end of the
1946-47 season.
The Windsor team has been
taken over by the Detroit Red
Wings, and now forms part of
their farm system, even though it
is an amateur squad. The Wings
imported players from all over
Canada and these men form the
nucleus of this season's sextet.
Only two players from last year's
team are still with the Spitfires,
and the indications are that the
Windsorites are far superior than
Hold Those Bonds!
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they were last March when Michi-
gan dropped a hard-fought 6-5
decision'to them.
According to Wolverine
Coach Vic Heyliger, the Wolver-
ines will be in for their toughest
battle of the 1947-48 season,
which includes meeting such
teams as Toronto, whom the
Maize and Blue pueksters have
never beaten, and Minnesota,
Michigan's traditional foe,
They're faster skaters than
Toronto," Heyliger stated, "and
we'll be hard pressed to keep up
with them."
Probable
Line-ups
MICHIGAN WINDSOR
J. McDonald G. .. G. Buckley
Wally Gacek R.W... Earl Keyes
Al Renfrew . L.W.. Davanaugh
G. McMillan .C......G. Haidy
Connie Hill . R.D. Quackenbush
Ross Smith . .L.D. Montoforton
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G-rdders Drill
nt FieldH ouse
Minus Crisler
With Coach Fritz Crisler at-
tending a Western Conference
meeting in Chicago, the Wolverine
gridders continued their post
graduate course in football polish
at Yost Field House yesterday af-
ternoon.
Emphasis was placed primarily
on regaining precision timing
which sent the Michigan offense
rolling over nine opponents this
season. Alternating four units,
the squad members brushed up on
their play assignments while the
backfield men pointed for their
pre-vacation ballhandling finesse.
Leg and wind conditioning foot
races wound up the two hourfin-
door drill sessions.
Over in Don Weir's ticket office,
the machinery for distributing
Rose Bowl pasteboards to alumni
was set in motion. Numbers were
drawn from a silver golf trophy
for application preference.
Sixty numerals ranging from
1-100 were pulled for West Coast
applicants while 40 were drawn
similarly for East Coast alumni.
Starting with first number drawn
and continued additions of 100,
like 54, 154, 254, etc., the tickets
will be sent out until the quota has
been filled.
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Tap onigh
Two Dy x E xtravaganza
Opens Natators' Season
Matt 1 1a1n Pick, Sohl, Medley Relay Team
1o Set Records in 100, 150 Yard Events

A talent-laden Wolverine swim-
ming team will make its initial as-
sault on the record books at 8:00
p.m. tonight when Coach Matt
Mann and his natators lift the lid
off the 1947-48 season with the
presentation of the annual Swim
Gala at the I-M pcol.
This year's two-night affair will
star Adolph Kiefer and a group
of synchronized swimmers in ad-
dition to presenting the finals in
the Michigan AAU Champion-;
ships.
Two world's records are liable
to go by the boards tonight as
Coach Mann reports his squad's
progress as "something phe-
nomenal. The boys seem way
ahead of anything I've seen
thus far." He looks to Bob Sohl,
his crack breaststroker to smash
the 100-yard breaststroke mark
tonight and his top-notch med-
ley relay team to recapture the
record in the 150-yard medley.
Sohl has to shoot for the mark
of 1:00.5 set by Don DeForrest
last year. DeForrest cracked
Ralph Hough's old standard of
1:00.6 last April.
The medley team of Captain
Harry Holiday, Sohl and Dick
Weinberg set the record of 1:18
flat against Wayne last season,
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EYES RECORD -- Bob Sohl,
Wolverine natator will be after
the 100-yard breaststroke rec-
ord in tonight's Swim Gala.
Greene House,
Chi Phi Wiry
Mkt Tourney

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A surprise treat in the form of
a comedy diving exhibition by Gil
Evans, Ralph Trimborn and Tom
O'Neil of the Wolverine squad will
also be presented both nights.
Other events on the docket
include the men's 150-yard
freestyle and 100-yard breast-
stroke events, and handicap
races in the 50-yard back-
stroke and the 75-yard free-
style.
The youngsters will get a
chance to display their talents in
three events with boys under f if-
teen competing in a 50-yard free-
style and a 200-yard freestyle re-
lay. Boys under twelve will also
vie for gold medals in a 50-yard
freestyle race.
Thefe asex will also have their
chance to shine as they compete
for medals in two events. They'll
swim in a 50-yard freestyle and a
handicapped 50-yard backstroke.
Three Teams
Tied in Close
BowlingRace
The Strikers, Splits, and Tur-
keys remained tied for first place
in the All-Campus Bowling League
Wednesday night as each team
won its match 3 to 1 while the
Wild Men moved into a tie for sec-
ond with the Spares.
The Strikers' victims were the
Engineers, and the Splits defeat-
ed the Phi Kappa Taus. Gerry
DeVries, of the Splits, rolled a 605
series including games of 208 and
234.
After forfeiting the first game
because three men didn't arrive
until late, the Turkeys finally got
going and soundly defeated the
Dales.
The Wild Men kept up their
winning ways by shutting out the
Gamma Deltas 4 to 0, and the
Spares cut short the Lawyers' win-
ning streak to the tune of 3 to 1.

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SUITS
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Opens Court Season Here

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Why are they called
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Because one.
MINIATURE
looking at the camera,
and the next
MINIATURE
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Coach Ozzie Cowles will take the
wraps off his 1947-48 Wolverine
basketball squad Saturday night
when Michigan takes on the
Broncos of Western Michigan at
Yost Field house.
While the game will be the first
of the season for the Wolverine
quintet, it will be Western Mich-
igan's fourth start of the year.
The Broncos have already downed
two opponents in their early sea-
son games and dropped a hard-
fought battle to Long Island Uni-
versity's perennial eastern power-
house in the last twenty-five sec-
onds of play.
In taking on as strong a squad
as Western Michigan in Its open-
ing game of the year, the Wol-
verines are pushing tradition
aside. Few teams have ever sched-
uled strong opponents until they
are well along in the year's com-
petition and have rounded into
a smooth working combination on
all of the complicated offensive
and defensive factors that mod-
ern basketball presents. Still fewer
college squads schedule opening
games against opponents that
have had the chance in previous
contests to eliminate the early
game "bugs" that beset any team.
While many Wolverine followers
doubt the strength of the Broncs
and consider the contest with
Western Michigan as a set-up,
Coach Cowles and his assistants
lead those who tend to regard
Saturday's game as a real test of
Michigan's playing ability rather
than as a usual pre-conference
warm-up contest.
In support of his high regard
for the Broncos, Coach Cowles
has only to look at the results
of last year's meeting with West-

ern Michigan when the squad
from Kalamazoo outscored the
Wolverines in a thrilling 65-63I
scoring battle.
The Michigan mentor's assist-
ants have already witnessed the
play of Western Michigan andj
have reported that the squad is,j
if anything, superior to last year's
edition. All reports indicate that
Michigan will face a team that
is not only fast and deep in re-
serve strength but also is versatile.
On numerous occasions the Bron-
cos have attempted to add con-
fusion to their scoring punch by
playing guards alternately as for-
wards and by relying on a so-
called second stringer to handle
the pivot spot for the greater
part of the evening.
'This combination of power and
experience gained in games al-
ready played was almost enough to
upset one of the stronger teams
of the East and bears no good
for Michigan's quintet which has
been rated highly by pre-season
forecasters, as a possible suc-
cessor to Wisconsin as the cham-
pions of the Big Nine.
'Thar He Blows'
CORSICANA, Tex., Dec. 11--
(P)-Dan Roberts of Corsicana,
head linesman, penalized a
Hubbard football team five
yards here last night in a post-
season football game when an
unidentified Hubbard player
blew his nose.
Roberts had dropped his red
flag for both teams being off-
side on a play. The player
picked up the flag and casually
used it as a handkerchief.

wrestling honors last night by
placing first in the respective fra-
ternity and residence halls mat
tournaments.
Greene House, which placed 5
men in the finals, had only one
winner, Dave Campbell in the
145 pound class, but was able to
garner 23 points to win the Resi-
dence Hall tournament easily.
Phi Gam's Second
The Chi Phi's narrowly won
their wrestling crown by edging
out the Phi Gams 16-14. Kappa
Sigma was close behind with 13
points. The Chi Phi champions
were Ben Sproat in the 145 divi-
sion and Lou Brunstring in the 175
lb. class.
Individual champion of the
night was Frank Barney of ,Mich-
igan House who wrestling in the
175-lb. class, pinned his opponent
in 58 seconds for the evening's
best time.
Cranston Wins in 165
In the fraternity division the
Phi Gams and Kappa Sigs each
had two individual mat kings.
Marty Cranston defeated Les Rad-
cliff, Chi Phi, by a third round
fall in the 165 weight classifica-
tion, and the huge Dick McWil-
liams defeated Bud Lake, Chi Phi,
in the unlimited class. In the 136
pound division Bill Silberberg of
Kappa Sig defeated Bob McGhee
of Sig Ep and Retallick also won
in the 155 class for the Kappa
Sigs.-
Winchell House, the second
place holder in the residence halls
competition, had two winners. By-
ron Dean revealed excellent form
in beating Larges of Greene in
the 127 pound class. Tom Red-
mond secured a third round fall
on Stan East of Tyler to take the
165 pound championship for Win-
chell.
Other matches in the residence
hall division saw Stone of Mich-
igan win the 128 lb. champion-
ship, and Timmerman of Williams
the 155 crown.

DU a banrr or1 r 1 Alo eaeen,
Tickets for the annual Swim
Gala will go on sale at the I-M
Building tonight. Student
prices will be 50e upon the
presentation of an ID card.
General admission for either
night is $1.00.
Emmet Kaschin and Bob Ander-
son have turned in an unrecog-
nized clocking of 1 :16.8 for the
distance.
Heats for all events will get
under way at 4:00 p.m. this af-
ternoon with ten finals and low
board diving holding the stage
in the evening. Features of the
meeting, of course, will be the
exhibition of Kiefer and his
beautiful assistant and the pre-
cision swimming of the cham-
pion girl's synchronized swim-
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