100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 10, 1948 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1948-01-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1948

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TURE

v xa s aY a

;Gymnasts

Win

Opener;

Pucksters

Bow,

6-5

Six Big Nine
Quintets Vie
In Cage Tilts
CHICAGO, Jan. 9-(P)-Iowa's
unbeaten Hawkeyes, nursing an
over-all record of seven straight
victories, play host to dangerous
Purdue in the feature battle of a
three- game Big Nine basketball,
program tomorrow night. .
Pops Harrison's Hawkeyes, who
took their first league start from
Ohio State, 49-41, last Monday,
will be tackling a Boilermaker
combination with a record of six
wins and three hair's breath de-
feats for the season and a 58-49
decision over Indiana in its only
conference start.I
a Wisconsin's Badgers, display-
ing consistent improvement since
finishing pre - conference play
with a 4-3 record, are favored to
spear their third straight league
win against Indiana (0-1). Illi-
nois (1-1) should keep alive its
championship bid and gain its
ninth win in 10 starts for the
season against the slightly erratic
Buckeyes.

Wrestlers Open

Sla te

with

Ohio

---

Michigan's wrestling team will'
step into the spotlight for its ini-
tial appearance of the season
when it tangles with the Bobcats'
of Ohio University at 3 p.m. to-
day in Yost Field House.
Always a power in intercollegi-
ate wrestling, the Bobcats are ex-I
pected to make their Ann Arbor
visit a rough one for the Wolver-
ine grapplers. Handicapped by
the long layoff during the Christ-
mas holidays, Coach Cliff Keen
recognizes the fact that his squad
is not yet in the best of condition
in spite of the intensive drills held
during the past week.
In addition, the Maize and
Blue team will be without the
services of Dan Dworsky, heavy
weight standout of last year's
team, who is devoting the rest
of the Oemester to studies, neg-
lected because of the long foot-
ball campaign.
At 121 pounds Wolverine Jack
Keller will face Bob Vincent in the
We print 'em all,
No job too large or small.
Programs - Tickets
Stationery - Announcements
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132

SERVING HOURS:
11 A.M.-1:30 P.M. 5-7 P.M.
"Known for Good Food"
The TAVERN
CAFETERIA
336 Maynard Street

I

V. -

"""""

1

opening bout. Bob Johnson is
paired with Bobcat Bill Stack at
128, and Jim Smith will meet
Ohio's Don Stump at 136. Ed
Grimes, veteran member of last
year's Michigan team, will tangle
with John Kulozinka in the 145
pound bracket.
At 155 Ohio will send Pete Pu-
har against Michigan's George
Curtis. Captain Bob Betzig will
fill the 165 pound slot for the
Maize and Blue in what prom-
ises to be the f-ature match of
the day. He will be facing
George Riser, veteran Ohio
grappler.
The final two matches will see
Wes Tebeau face Ed Zednik at 175,
and Wolverine Hugh Mack versus
Wagner or Hixon for the Bobcats1
in the heavyweight division. J
The Ohio University wrestlers
are coached by Thor Olson, a gen-
tleman who has been in the busi-
ness for 45 years, with 15 as a
professional grappler and 30 as a
coach. Olson never fails to come
up with several standout perform-
ers on his teams and as a result,
wrestling has become the major
sport for the Bobcats.
Rickey Says
'A11 Hands Off'
NCAAStars
NEW YORK, Jan. 9-0)-Pres-
ident Branch Rickey of the
Brooklyn Dodgers called on the
nation's institutions of higher
learning today to abolish profes-
siol}alism in college athletics and
promised that major league base-
ball would keep hands off college
players who remain true ama-
teurs.
Appearing before a joint ses-
sion of the National Collegiate
Athletic Association and various
coaching groups meeting here in
connection with the annual NCAA
convention, Rickey declared:
"The statement that the col-
leges are making more profes-
sionals every year than are em-
ployed in the professional field-
if true--does not affect the obli-
gation of the professional clubs to
leave these amateurs alone.
"But your position looking to
solution would be stronger if your
own house were in order. If the
man is, by the definition we have
accepted, not an amateur-then
you are not entitled to play him
and particularly so since you
made him a defacto professional."

Willoughby
Lake Spark
'1W Tuniblers
Wolverines Take
Four First Spots
By D. C. LEWIS
The first Wolverine gymnastics
team since 1933 proved that it has
what it takes for intercollegiate
competition as it bounced over
the Chippewas of Central Michi-
gan, 59-30 yesterday afternoon at
Mount Pleasant.
Led by Bob Willoughby and
Dave Lake, the Maize and Blue
tumblers captured first place in
four of the six events and swep
all three spots in the high bar
and flying rings.
Three Stars Missing
The Michigan victory was made
all the more impressive by the fact
that Coach Newt Loken was with-
out the services of three standout
members of the varsity squad.
Co-captain Tom Tillman did not
make the trip because of a psy-
chology exam, Bob Schoendube is
in the health service with chick-
en pox, and Hack Coplin is out
for the season with a fractured
wrist.
Fred Butt, a last minute addi-
tion to the squad was given the
man-sized job of filling Tillman
shoes and came through with a
third place performance on the
parallel bars that prevented the
Chippewas from making a clean
sweep of that event.
Central Michigan grabbed top]
honors in two events, with Bob
Pankow showing the way on the1
side horse and Opakek on the
parallel ba? s.
Willoughby Shows Way
Michigan's T o m Willoughby
turned in the top individual per-
formance of the day as he won
the high bar and trampoline e-
vents, took second in tumbling
and third on the side horse to
rack up a total of 20 points.
Dave Lake, head Wolverine
cheerleader, captured the tumb-
ling event, added a second on the
side horse and two third place
spots for 16 points for runner-up
individual honors. Dick Fash-k
baugh swung his way to first
place' on the flying rings, and]
second spot on the high bar for1
a 10 point total.
Loken Satisfied
Coach Loken termed the meet
a huge success and a large crowd
was on hand to watch both teams
make their debut in inter-colleg-
iate competition. Loken stressed
the fact, that the experience gain-
ed would be invaluable when his
squad plays host to the champ-
ionship Gophers of Minnesota
next Saturday afternoon at the
Intramural Building.]

defense, which surprised
Gophers, held the gangling
Intyre to one free throw.

SHINES IN DEFEAT-Connie
Hill, Wolverine defenseman,
who starred for the 'M' sextet
in their 6-5 defeat last night at
the hands of North Dakota.
. *. asketball

(Continued from Page 1)

Hockey Fans!
Michigan's hockey squad,
seeking revenge for last night's
loss, faces the University of
North Dakota sextet again to-
night at 8:30.
It is again requested the
fans refrain fromn smoking in
the rink. since the smoke af-
fects the ice and hampers the
players' visibility. Smoking is
allowed in the outerlobby,'ac-
cording to rink manager Harry
Kaseburg. There are a few re-
maining tickets for the game.

at Ann Arbor, the Wolverine zone

the
Mc-

. .

N. Dakota Inflicts First
Wolerine Sextet Defeat
Noah Nets Winning Goal with 31 Seconds
Left in Game; Gacek Scores Twice for 'M'
By HERB RUSKIN
North Dakota's hockey team handed the Wolverine pucksters
their first loss of the 1947-48 season last night, downing them 6-5 be-
fore 1,300 fans in the Coliseum.
The Nodaks tallied three times in the last stanza, the final goal
breaking a 5-5 tie that the Wolverines had gained at 13:22 of that
p-eriod. John Noah was the game's hero as he took a pass from Gordie
Christian and fired the puck into the net at 19:19 to end the eve-
ning's scoring.
Earlier in the period, North Dakota overcame the 4-3 lead that

'I.
+r 4
I 4
4d
I

Take a LAST FLING
... Before Finals
Make this, your last date before finals, a gay one. Start
the evening right with a delicious dinner in one of our
dining rooms. You can make your choice from a deversi-
fied selection of dishes, each of which is prepared in our
own spotless kitchen and served in the courteous Allenel
tradition. "Twosomes," small parties, or banquets, all
are welcome here.
126 East Huron For reservations, Phone 4241
- - -_____________ 4

FOOD DELIVERED

Coach Cowles, who saw Minne-
sota drop its Big Nine opener last
Monday evening to Wisconsin, de-C
fending titlists, blasted reports
that the Gophers are a one-man
team, despiteMcIntyre's 29 points.
"They have a good ball club," he
said.
Minnesota, which has split its
eight games to date, will pre-
sent a veteran line-up tonight.
In addition to McIntyre, first-
stringers include Jack Young
and Bud Grant, both 6-foot 3-
inch forwards; and Emerson
Wheeler, transfer from North-
western, and Ed Kernan,
guards.
Coach Dave MacMillan. head
basketball coach at the Gopher
institution for the past 18 years,
has been pleased with the work of
his back courtmen, but faulty
shooting by his forwards has not
won his favor. He felt that his
squad took too many shots against
Wisconsin.
Capt. Bob Harrison, the Wol-
verine's top point-producer with
74 tallies, will start at guard
with Elliott. Hal Morrill, a 6-
foot 4-inch guard, is also ex-
pected to see plenty of action.
Practice indications are that
Mack Suprunowicz, sophomore
forward, fifth top scorer in the
Conference last year, is returning
to form-an encouraging sign to
Coach Cowles who has been work-
ing his squad hard all week.
"Supey" was injured in the West-
ern Michigan game Dec. 13 and
has been in a slight shooting
slump ever since. He and Boyd
McCaslin will start at the forward
posts.
Cowles' can count on reserve
strength at the forward slots from
lithesome Bill Mikulich, converted
from guard at the beginning of-
the season, and Garritt "Dutch"
Wierda, who has looked potent in
daily practices.
Between halves of tonight's
game, Newt Loken, varsity
gymnastics coach, and three
prominent members of his
squad- Tom Tillman, Loyal
Jodar, and Fred Thompson
will entertain the crowd with
a trampoline exhibition.

Michigan had grabbed near the er
sisted goals by Christian and Jim
Medved at 3:06 and 6:30, scored
when goalie McDonald left the
crease in an attempt to break up
the Nodak rushes.
Michigan's only last period
score came from the stick of
Wally Gacek, his second of the
evening, with the assist going to
Gordie McMillan.
Hill Counters First
The Wolverines drew first blood
in the hard fought game, when
Connie Hill took a pass from Ted
Greer and sent it flying into the
Nodak net at 5:59. Bill Jacobson
also got an assist on this goal.
North Dakota came back with a
vengeance, scoring twice before
the period ended. Christian got
the first of his two goals when his
shot from behind the Wolverine
cage hit goalie Jack McDonald's
skate and bounded into the net.
Medved put the invaders ahead,
when he teamed up with Christian
and Bill Sullivan to fire the puck
past McDonald with but six sec-
onds remaining in the period.
'M' Regains Lead
Two unassisted goals early in
the second period put the Wolver-
ines back in the lead. Gacek got
his first goal of the evening at
2:56 when he shot the puck past
North Dakota's goalie from 20 feet
out with a Nodak defender hack-
ing at his stick.
Hill's second goal came at 4:59
when he took advantage of a men-
tal lapse on the part of the Nodak
net tender, who had come out of
his goal, to fire the puck past him
from the blue line.
Nodaks Tie Score
North Dakota tied it u: at 14:55,
as Noah took Bob Krumholz' pass
to beat McDonald.
McMillan tallied the Wolver-
ines last goal of the period at
18:32, teaming up with Gacek to
give the Michigan sextet a 4-3
lead as the period ended.
Hill, Smith Star on Defense
Playing his usual excellent
game on defense, and adding two
goals to the Wolverine cause, Hill
was outstanding for Michigan.
Gacek, with two goals and an as-
sist was the Wolverine offensive
star, while Ross Smith's stellar

MUSICAL
SUPPLIES
REEDS-STRINGS
We carry VAN DORN REEDS
Complete
Musical Repair
PAUL'S
MUSICAL REPAIR
309 E. Washington Ph. 8132

,a

d of the second frame, with unas-
L {

MICHIGAN

BARBARA DAVID
STANWYCK-NIYEN
Staffing in

35c
5
P.M.
Extra! BUGS BU

withRICHARD CONTE
GILBERT ROLAND

ANY CARTOON

"'~Slick: Hare"

ill

r-

For Good, Wholesome
Home-Prepared Food -
HAMBU RGERS
SANDWICHES
CHILE. ..SALADS. ..FRUITS
COFFEE & SOFT DRINKS
Call 2-6606
£;111q4 adcA £Sen'ce

CHOOSE YOUR OWN
Breakfast .... from 7 A.M.
Lunch .... 11 A.M.-2 P.M.
Dinner......5 P.M.-7;30
GOOD FOOD!
300 SEATS!
also
FACILITIES
for
PRIVATE PARTIES
TEMPLE
Masonic Temple Building
327 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
Between LIBERTY & WILLIAMS

work at left defense
cial mention.
Starting Line-ups:

+ Classified Advertising +

Michigan
McDonald
Hill
Smith
McMillan
Gacek
Renfrew

Pos.
G
RD
LD
C
RW
LW

deserves spe-
N.D.
Murray
McKinnon
Marvin
Krumholz
R. Johnson
P. Johnson

BEGINS BROADCAST
of all University of Michigan
home basketball games
Saturday, Jfan. 10
7:930 P.M.;
}* MICHIGAN
versus
MINNESOTA
Tune your radio to '1600 on your dial

I

C-mk+'% *

BO
PA
with

)OTS 'n' JEANS at the
kUL BUNYAN
"FORMAL"
iPH IL LEVANT'S 'Bond

FOR RENT
DOUBLE ROOM, male students, near
calmus. No smoking. quiet. 319 E.
.Jefferson St. 2-1859. )14
FOR SALE
iOR SALE--Wood Conn clarinet. Good
condition. Reasonable price. Call
Mosher 549. )27
SET OF TAILS. Size 37. Good condi-
tion. $30. Original price $55. Call 4183.
)29
MUST SELL size 38 tails. Excellent
condition. $25 takes tails, dress shirt,
vest and collars. Phone Ypsi 3143-J1
collect. )34
1940 FORD COUPE-Radio, heater.
Good tires $825 cash. Hugh Miller, 110
Tyler, East Quad. )7
TAME YOUNG parakeets in a large
assortment of beautiful colors. $6. 562
So. 7th. Ph. 5330. )108
BABY BUGGY. two-shelf metal cabi-
net, davenport, matching chair,
maple lamp stand, wood clarinet,
tuxedo 37, blue bridesmaid dress 14,
Phone 2-2035. )23
LOST AND FOUND
PIGSKIN COMB case, with comb and
file. Initials W.H.K. Reward. Call
2-57248. )l
K & E SLIDE RULE. Brown case, name
"Molly" on case. Lost Jan. 5, be-
tween Cushing's and E. E. Bldg.
Finder please notify Box 48, Mich-
igan Daily. )
LOST: Woman's black Sheaffer pen.
Vicinity of E. Williams St. Call 2-8410
Ann Lee. )
LAST DECEMBER 19 on Oakland a
compact, several necklases and ear-
rings. Phone S. R. 2-0808. )4
LOST: Gold ballpoint pen, room 2231
A.H. Initials R.H.T. and date 7-12-47
engraved. Call 25-8075. )36
LOST TUESDAY afternoon blue print-
ed silm handa nanr har r ar Ron-

TUTORING
EFFICIENT tutoring. For list of sub-
jects, call 7759. 1-5 p.m. )28
HELP WANTED
CARRIERS WANTED to deliver The
Daily, good pay. Contact Circula-
tion Department at Student Publi-
cations Bldg. 2-3241.
SODA FOUNTAIN:2Help wanted for
night work. No Saturdays or Sun-
days. Alexander Drug Store. )6
WANTED: Responsible women to come
care for 16-month old baby Mon.,
Fri., 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. for spring se-
mester. Write Box 50, The Michigan
Daily. )17
GIRL VOCALIST to work with pop-
ular local jobbing band. Some ex-
perience necessary. Phone 6724. }33
WANTED
GRADUATE STUDENT, wife and child
desperately need furnished apt. in
or near Ann Arbor. Write Box 47. )9
WANTED TO RENT
$64 QUESTION: Who has room single
or double-for male engineering stu-
dent starting spring semester. Call
Kathy Wohl, 2-4561. Room 396. )35
PHYSICIAN desires single room, suite
or Apt. Will share apt. Car. Write
Box 49. ,2

4669.

)301

BUSINESS SERVICES
HOOVER SPECIALIST, SERVICE and
sales. Buy through Goodyear store,
For service call A.A, 2-0298, W. O.
Taylor, 1612 Brooklyn, Ann Arbor.)32
BECAUSE OF AN enlargement in our
personnel, we can now offer prompt
service on your alterations. Tailoring,
dressmaking, formal restyling a spe-
cialty. Hildegarde Sewing Shop. 2-

Spares: Michigan -Defense;
Starrak, Upton, Marshall: Of-
fense; Greer, McArdle, Jacob-
son, Stedman, Fontana. North
Dakota-Defense; Silovich, D.
McKinnon: Offense; Noah,
Christian, Sullivan, Doyle, Cole,
Medved.
Another?
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 9-(A')-
Don't ring out the football season
yet-there may possibly be anoth-
er game coming up-including
Michigan ends, Bob Mann and
Len Ford.
Al Gould of Beverly Hills dis-
closed plans-and hopes-today of
staging an all-star game at Gil-
more Stadium Jan. 18.

a

-

r Te followi n camp us ewspaper writers
recently attended a sneak preview of the new

__ _ __

Last Times
Today!
STARTS
SUND

GARY COOPER in "UNCONQUERED"
Feature at 1 - 3:37 - 6:17 - 9 P.M.
AY!

and different 1948 MICHIGANENSIAN.
is what they say -

Here

OTIS HARDY: United Press
and WPAG News Director,
"It's originality is unsur-
passed."
CLYDE RECHT: Michigan
Daily City Editor, "A cheer-
ful leer-the satire is terif-
fic."
MILT FREUDENHIEIM:
The Detroit Free Press, "I
can't wait to see those ba-
bies'.";

BILL ZERMAN: The Tql-
edo Blade, "From Rose Bo'wl
to Rose Bowl-It's sensa-
tional!"
DICK KRAUS: Michigan
Daily Sports Editor "Enough
sports for the most enthusi-
astic fan."
STU FINLAYSON: The Do-
troit News, "The finest
Michiganensian ever pub-
lished."

L I

I 1 V -vu'"" mt 1

'I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan