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THlE MICHIGAN JDAILY

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UP AND OVER .... iBo Chappuis, Wolverine All-American leaps
.high into the air to lob a p~ss to wing-back Bump Elliott. (1)
Pro Football Wolverine Ca
Offers Tabled Tbree Tilts
By Chapputs
Roberts Leads Scor4
By The Associated Press
Bob Chappuis, Michigan's All- Marquette, Souther
America halfback, hasn't made up
his mind yet on pro football of- While the nation concentrate
fers. on the Michigan team playing o
Chappuis was b sieg d by ques- the Rose Bowl gridiron, the Wo
tioners concerning his future verine hardwood squad was tour
plans upon. his return from Cali- ing the Middle West compiling
fornia where he led the Wolver- .600 average for the total of fix
ines to a 49-0 Rose Bowl victory games.
over Southern California. Big Bill Roberts led the cager
"As things stand now," Chap- in the scoring swishing a total
puis said, "I do not expect to 58 points. He, was high point ma
decide on the pro football ques- in both the Toledo game and the
tion until after I graduate in Southern California with 16 an
June. I am anxious to keep my 12 points respectively.
college eligibility so I can play Score First Win
baseball this spring." Michigan started off with a 78
Chappuis, a catcher, batted .315 70 victory over Marquette Sa
In his only season of college base- urday December 20. Captain Bo
ball competition. Harrison led the team's scorin
The professional footlall draft with 1.9 points, and Mack Sup
rights to Chappuis belong to the runowicz, in his first game aft
Pittsburgh Steelers in the Na- his injury, racked up 17.
tional League and the Cleveland The Wolverines journeyed bac
Browns in the All-America Con- to Ann Arbor to meet Souther
ference. California the following Monda
The Michigan halfback has night and defeated the Trojan
tVlked with representatives of 51-38. Suprunowicz came in see
both teams but the discussions ond again with 11 points, one les
have not included terms. than Roberts' total.
He is expected to ask $15,000 Drop Two to Iowa State
for his professional services. After a week layoff for Christ
"It will take an exceptionally mas Ozzie Cowles' cagers met Iow
good offer to get me 'to sign with State and took two defeats on tw
a pro team," Chappuis said. successive nights. In the firs

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Elliott receives the ball on Trojan six yard line directly between
two defending USC half-backs, (2) and sets sail for the goal line

with Bob Mann, flashy end, leading the way. Jack Powers, South-
ern California back thrtens to make the tackle, (3) but Elliott

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-Courte,%y Los Angel(,s Examiner.
shakes him off and romps into the end-zone for another six
points leaving Trojan defenders scattered on the ground (4).

igers Capture
uring Vacation
ers as Quintet Conquers
n California and Toledo

Iowa, Purdue
QuintetsWin
COLUMBUS, 0., Jan. 5-(P)-
The unbeaten Iowa Hawkeyes
piled up a top-heavy first half
lead over the Ohio State Buck-
eyes tonight, then went on to win,
49-41. The Hawkeyes led, 36-18,
at halftime.
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game, played the Monday after
Christmas, Michigan held a three-
point lead with 25 seconds left to
play and a one-point lead with
3 seconds remaining, but lost the
thriller 53-51. Boyd McCaslin was
high-point man with 13.
Hal Morrill played his best
game of the season that night
looking very sharp on rebounds
and dumping in ten points before
he fouled out in the waning min-
utes.
The Wolverines were beaten
again the following night, 47-41,
as Iowa State continued to pouf'
it on. McCaslin was again high
point man with 11 points.
Cagers Drub Toledo
In the last encounter of the
five game tour Michigan drubbed
Toledo 58-52 to make up for the
loss handed them by the Ohioans
last season.
This was the first game that
the Wolverines really worked as a
team.
Pete Elliott and Ir Wisniew-
ski played in this game, their
first of this season, and Pete
racked up 5 points. He and Mor-
rill combined forces to hold Jack
Harmon, Toledo's ace to three
buckets.
Now at full strength the Wol-
verine cagers are ready to open
their Big Nine basketball season
here next Saturday against Min-
nesota. Michigan is the last Big
Nine team to play a conference
game with most of the teams hav-
ing begun competition last night.
Badfers Ni

By POTSY RYAN
Mr. James Costin. sports editor
of the South Bend Tribune, is
very unhappy.
Mr. Costin is unhappy be-
cause a lot of people are daring
to compare the football gang-
sters from Michigan with his
fair-haired Irish of Notre
Dame.
This comparison, says Mr. Cos-
tin in an article which appeared in
a Detroit Sunday paper, is nothing

LAFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 5--tP)
-Purdue's Boilermakers upset In-
diana's Hurryin' Hoosiers tonight,
58 to 49, in the opening Western
Conference basketball game for
both teams.

Pucksters Remain Unbeaten;
Tie Toronto in Ron gh Game

By smashing Toronto's hockey
supremacy, Coach Vic Heyliger's
1948 aggregation kept its season's
slate unblemished, winning the
first of the two gam'e series, 3-2,
and tying the Canadians the sec-
ond time out, 4-4.
After edging Toronto on De-
cember 18 in Chicago, the Wol-
verines returned home the follow-
ing night and overcame a first
period 3-0 deficit and a second pe-
riod 4-2 score to knot the game
up in the final stanza.
Gordie McMillan, who now
leads the Michigan skaters in
scoring with 12 points, netted the
tying counter on a pass from
Al Renfrew at 16:05. McMillan
added two assists in the hafd-
fought fray to boost his point to-
tal.
The visitors struck hard in the
initial frame, shooting the disk
past Jack McDonald on three oc-I
casions. McMillan drew Mich-

igan's first major penalty of the
current campaign when he and
Ted Ecclestone were waved to the
box for five minutes on a high-
sticking charge.
Gacek, Renfrew Tallyj
Wally Gacek teamed up with
McMillan for a goal to draw
within one point of Toronto at
12:49 of the second period after
Al Renfrew had taken a pass
from McMillan and scored for the
Wolverines' first tally.
Toronto again rushed the Mich-
igan nets and after several bril-
liant saves by Jack McDonald, Ed
Kryzanowski sent a 30-foot drive
into the netting at 15:32 of the
middle period.
Ted Greer, Michigan's leading
goal-getter, tallied his sixth goal
of the season on a flip from Bill
Jacobson at 6:56 of the final
frame to set the stage for Mc-
Millan's tying shot.

but a big joke; because anyone
can plainly see that Michigan was
trying to gather a whole barrel
full of points against Southern
California, while the easy-going
kids from Notre Dame (who, inci-
dentally, had a terrible time try-
ing to hold themselves to a mere
36 points in the first quarter
against Tulane) were taking it
easy on their little friends from
the coast.
Mr. Costin points out that
Frank Leahy and Jeff Cra-
vath are old buddies, and inter-
sectional rivals, and fellow foot-
ball coaches just trying to get
along in the world, and all that
sort of stuff; so why should the
Irish rub it in.
Ile says that the Notre Dame
jayvees played most of the sec-
ond half, and he points out that
the Irish didn't throw a single
pass in the whole last half of the
Trojan game.
It was a very touching article
indeed, any Anyone reading it
would certainly not hesitate to
award Santa Claus Leahy a good
good neighbor orchid or somethin'
for his consideration of Jeff's feel-
ings. But I'm afraid that Mr.
Costin let his enthubiasm kun
away with his common sense-and
besides that he left out a fact or,
two.
In the first place, at the time
the Irish and Southern California
tangled, the Trojans were regard-
ed as the nation's number 3 team,
and many persons gave them a
fighting chance to defeat Leahy's
boys. Now, the score, as I happen
to recall it, was only 10-7 at the
half,

Much as I would love to believe
in the brotherly spirit of Santa
Leahy, I find it extremely hard to
convince myself that he would
take that much of a chance of
losing the National Championship
just to spare Cravath's feelings. I
sort of think that the Irish would
have liked just a bit safer lead at
the intermission-that is, if they
could have gotten it.
In regard to Michigan's laying
it on the Trojans in the second
half, I would like to respectfully
submit to Mr. Costin a simple
problem in mathematics. Michi-
gan had 21 points at the end of
the 1st half, Notre Dame man-
aged to collect 10. The Wolver-
ines came up with a total of 49,
while the Irish settled for 38. Now
by simple subtraction, we come up
with an amazing fact which will
apparently be a great surprise to
Mr. Costin. Both teams scored
exactly 28 points after the inter-
mission. Apparently the Irish
were right in there swinging all
the way.
As for Notre Dame not throw-
ing any second-half passes, I'm
afraid I must point out that
Frank TrApuka, second-string-
er, was right in there pitching
them at the end.
And just one final question, Mr.
Costin. If Notre Dame was not
trying to pour it on, then why,
after scoring their final touch-
down (with apologies to Uncle
Jeff, of course) did the Irish at-
tempt an ON-SIDE kick-off in
order to try to get the ball again
in. the last 30 seconds. Just to
freeze it, no doubt.

Thinclads Win
Feature Relay
intWasington
Mle Relay Quartet
Defeats Best in East
Eastern sports enthusiasts were
handed a rude surprise last Sat-
urday night when a quartet of
Michigan trackmen won the mile
relay, the feature event of the first
annual Washington Evening Star
Games in the nation's Capital.
Running against the cream of
the East, the Wolverines repre-
sented by George Shepperd, Joe
Hayden, Val Johnson, and Herb
Barten nosed out Fordham and
left a fine Navy crew far behind.
The winning time of 3:22.2 was
called an outstanding perform-
ance by Coach Doherty who, was
full of praise for his squad's per-
formance.
"They were exceptionally fine
for this early in the season," he
said. They were running on a flat
board track with rubber soled
shoes which made the going even
rougher."
In winning the feature event
the Wolverines provided a thrill-
ing finish to the great race. Lead-
ing all the way until the final lap,
Michigan's anchor - man, erb
Barten was overtaken by a Ford-
ham speedster only to turn on a
final burst of speed and nip him
by a mere 212 inches.
Barten's time in the anchor
quarter was 49.4 seconds which is
nothing less than phenomenal
after finishing second to Ford-
ham's Jerome Conally in the 1,000
yard run. Conally's winning tine
was 2:11.8.

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Gopher Five
T MADISON, Wis., Jan. 5-W(/)-
The Big Nine defending cham-
pion' Wisconsin Badgers con-
trolled the rebounds and put on a
GOOD FOOD slick passing attack to down Min-
nesota 59-50, before a crowd of
RE S NAB E PRCES13,000 in the field house tonight.
RE ONABL E PRMICES"innesota's gigantic center Jim
v McIntyre had a field day as he
0, LUNCH from i11 A.M. - 2 P.M. netted 29 points to top the scorers,
DINNER from 5 r.?. - 7:30 .. but Bob Cook and Jim Rehweldt
each garnered 14 counters to pace
the Badger attack as they gave
Open 6 days a week from 7 i.M. - 7:30 1. notice to the Big Nine of their
(losed Sundays intent to hold on to their hard-
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