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THE A2IGN l~JY

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Overpowered,11-2, by
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r EAVE ALL US I s ot ad kid Bulldog, and since
the Harvr i e aW (I lt' gu) ansef to li-e Mr. Arthur Valpey
to do all the ncsa ry e sag Oi he ale Iuflo there are un-
1ou1btedly a lot of 'ood lai Vd( on tli cmn pU
Young Mr. Va:11y" % o1 ig e Muno a beomies the second
Crislerman to o iint o a quat im coawhing Job.
For all the haya rds ol big time rootall coaching, the Alumni
Wolves and the Collee Sports writers, the downtown quarter-
backs, and plain Lake ni who pay the freight, the num-
ber of new nan e. *i te eoaehit lrofes in is relatively small.
But every once in while tim do rs of this relatively closed cor-
poration open to admit a fen lf the bright young men.
Last year' o .ce frd t Ib VuiI tan I Stu llolcomb, this
year for Art Valjn y
ALPEY wasn' , All /feia le a a good end on three of
the worst foot11tem ts unieriy ever hopes to see, 1935,
'36, and '37. They broke e'n in ' , '3 and whipped only Colum-
bia in '36.
hie served his .apprcntieship, coaching high school, at Ida.,
Manchester, and Midland, then came to Michigan as assistant end
coach to 11ennie Goshrbaan. When Bennie became backfield
coach, Art took over as boss of the ends.
In his first :ea.on, one of hi., endts, Elmar Madar, made the
Associated Press All American h althougii Madar Was a pre-war Ooster-
baan product, and last year boh Lennie ford and Bob Mann received
nationwide achlain.
Valpey is tihe (COi, iin my opinio of what will be a long line
of Crisler trained coacts sp. adin Is own particular brand of
single wing magic. Evenul lie might be enough of them to
curtail tIe popularity of the 1 formon.
Wolver ine MS iad Loses
19-9 to Howard S Iake yes
Coach M idrToxx}ard's powe r len Uay, keyes exploded all over a
game but outclassed Wolverine mai squad 19-9 last night at Yost
Field lourse hefr'oe an approxunale crowd of 2,000 astounded fans.
The cause other sorpSe la not so mch in the final outcome,
but rather in the fact thi Captmi Bob 131zig, undefeated in his ini-
tial five buts. was cemplel ely ups t J-4 by a relative newcomer to col-
lege wrestling cirdl Roy Carlson. Canon, last year's Iowa state
champion, out-lou<ret Btri altogether in the last two periods of the

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Stedman Sparks Michigan
Attack with Three Scores
By B S. BROWN
Trouncing Nest Coast teams by lop-sided scores seems to have
become Michigan's favorite past-time and Vic Heyliger's high-scoring
aces lost nio time last night in proving that Conference hockey is
among the best in the country as they dumped a hapless California
sextet, 11-2, before 700 fans at the Coliseum.
The Wolveirines started quickly, as they scored their first goal
ten seconds after the opening whistle and added a second score 47
seconds later. At 2,10 the Maize and Blue had left the visitors behind,
3-0.
Sam Stedman scored his first goal of the current campaign in the
initial stanza and picked up one more in each of the following periods
to net the evenings only hat trick. Gordie McMillan continued to
break his own all-time Michigan record as he scored two goals and
added an assist for a three point total.
Both California tallies came in the starting frame on goals by
Cy Cardiff and Riy Brandeth. Michigan was leading, 4-0, when Pat
Finnegan, Bear's center, roared down center ice and flipped an ac-
curate pass to Cardiff, who had raced behind the two Wolverine de-
fenders. Cardiff beat goalie Jack - ----

'ilI' To s Indiana 66-54

ART VALPEY - ex-Wolverine
end andrcoach has succeeded
Dick Iarlow as Harvard's head
Coach.

Val Takes
Coach'IngJob
At Harvard
Crisler End Aide
Replaces Harlow
By JOE WALSH
Art Valpey, end coach of Michi-
gan's 1947 Western Conference
Championship football squad has
signed a three-year contract to
guide the football destinies of the
Crimson of Harvard University,
in an announcement made by
Athletic Director William J. Bing-
ham, of the Cambridge institution.
Succeeds Harlow
The youthful Wolverine termi-
nal mentor succeeds veteran Dick
Harlow, who resigned last month
due to illness. Harlow has been
head coach at Harvard since 1935.
Valpey, who has been on the
Michigan coaching staff since
1942, was promoted tosvarsity end
coach in 1946, and helped spring
to national fame such recent
greats as Elmer Madar, Lenny
Ford, Dick Riffenburg, and Bob
Mann.
Played Under Kipke
A native of Dayton, Ohio, Val-
pey entered school at Ann Arbor
in 1934, and played end on the
Maize and Blue varsity for three
years under Harry Kipke. After
coaching high school teams in Ida,
Manchester, and Midland, Michi-
gan, Valpey returned -to the Ann
Arbor campus as freshman line-
coach under Fritz Chisler in 1942.
The new Harvard tutor will re-
port to the Massachusetts campus
and open spring practice about
March 1. Approximately half of
the 1947 squad will be available
for duty next season.
Valpey faces a rugged task at'
Harvard. Since the brilliant Har-
low took over the coaching reins in
the mid-thirties, the fortunes of
Crimson football have been on the
downgrade. Forced to resort to a
defensive setup due to a lack of
top material, Harlow has had lit-
tle success in keeping Harvard

McDonald with a sizzler into the
left corner at 12:18.
Brandeth's marker came a min-
ute later on a solo try. He took
the puck over the blue line, crossed
to the left and fired a fifteen foot
shot at the Michigan netting
which was good for the visitors'
second and last score.
McDonald was saved from t
further work during the periodE
teams on-a par with other collegi-
ate powerhouses.
The only bright spot in the foot-
ball picture for Valpey at Harvard1
will be the fact that Harlowt
taught the single-wing with at
spinner as a basic function. Valpeyf
who learned the intricacies of this
style of attack under Fritz Cris-1
ler said that he planned to con-
tinue its usage in his new position.
OSU Victory
Drops Badger

by competent defensive play
and only had two saves in the
stanza. Ite added seven stops in
the middle period and nine in
the last for an evening's total
of 18.
Matching the first period scor-
ing, Michigan netted four goals in
the second period, and ended the
evening's frolics with three mark-
ers in the final stanza.
McMillan, Wally Gacek and Al
Renfrey, Heyliger's first line, put
on an exhibition of fancy stick
handling and accurate passing be-
fore most of the fans had set-
tled in their seats and outskated
the California defenders for the
first goal at 00:10. McMillan
notched the tally with the assists
by his two line-mates.
Another sparkling play pushed
Michigan into a two point lead
when Gacek took a pass from.
Renfrew, faked Bear goalie Ian
4Watson with a tricky maneuver
and sent the disk skimming into
the netting at 00:57.

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165 pounw math.
MIcIA N
Through Wednesday

The Wolverines drawfi'st5-2ode-
by virtue of Byron Dean's 5-2 de-
('0201n over Kern McCoy for 121
pound honors.
Bob Johnston was not so fortu-
nate bowing 6-0 to Iowan Rommy
Macias, Big Nine conference
champ in the 128 pound division
for the past two years.
In what: appeared to be a cer-
a} Michigan victory, 136
pounder I) on Rodenborn turned
the tables on W1lv.vrine Maurie
Smith, pinning him in one min-
uke and thirty-four seconds of
hefirst period.
In the 145 pound slot, Jim
Sm ith, dislaying excellent form,
outlasted Hawkeye Dick Barker in
a. roug,, and tumble affair, 10-7.
George Curtis copped 155 pound
honors by barely squeezing by pre-
v iously undefeated Don Duven 1-0,
n one of the more hotly contested
F0it S.
likawkeyc Joe Scarpello, who
own a string of wrestling titles
a mile long, had little trouble in
subdging Wes Tebeau, pinning
him in one minute and six sec-
onds of the second period for
175 pound laurels.
Terminating the match, Heavy-
xveig-ht Dick Woodard out-pointed
\W olverine Hugh Mack 12-5, in an-
other of the harder-fought con-
te ts.

Five to Second McMillan tallied again at 2:10
on a pass from Gacek. Stedman
got Michigan's next goal on passes
The Big Nine basketball scram- from Owen McArdle and Bill Jac-
ble was given another jolt tonight obson at 7:24.
when Ohio State dropped Wis- Stedman opened the scoring in
consin from the loop leadership the second period at 5:57 when he
with a 53-47 victory, and Purdue took a flip from McArdle just over
defeated Minnesota for the sec- the blue line, skated in fast and
ond time in eight days, this time sunk a ten-footer.
by a 54-38 count. Jacobson followed with his
The hero of the Buckeye tri- first of two unassisted goals less
umph was Dick Schnittker, the than a minute later. Ile grabbed
one-man scoring g an g, who the puck at center ice and
dropped in 24 points for his skated' all the way in, hestitat-
night's work. ing only a fraction of a second
State, conqueror of Michigan to push the disk into rnts. His
two weeks ago, was never headed, other score came at 16:54 of the
although it took a ten-point same period on exactly the same
splurge by Schnitpker midway in play.
the final half to decide the out-
come, after the Badgers had Renfrew picked up the other
pulled to within one point of a marker in the second period at
tie. 12:05. Connie Hill took the puck
At Lafayette, a close contest iover the blue line and passed to
suddenly broke wide open early in McMillan in the left hand cor-
the second half when, with the nei Mcex a w led thhodin.
score 32-28 in favor of Purdue over Rn _e ho _lfdthhon
Minnesota, Bill Berberian of the
Boilermakers dropped in seven
points and Dick Axness two more State H l
before the Gophers could again

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stw'ar tz c........I. 3 L
A s'M Lose I~utevlleG ... 0 0 1 0
Totals ........22 10 26 54
Gymnas~ce MCHIGAN (66) FO FT PF TP
Gy nast Ace nowicz F 8 5 4 21
MacIntosh F .... 6 2 1 14
Roberts C .......1 0 2 2
Michigan's gymnastic support- Elliott G .........1 2 5 4
ers, who have been amazed at Harrison G .... 4 10 2 18
their team's meteoric rise to a Wisniewski C ... 0 0 2 0
prominent place in the nation's Mikulich F .......1 1 0 3
gymnastic constellation, suffered Morrill G ........1 0 2 2
a rude shock yesterday when news McCaslin F ......0 0 2 0
was released that Co-captain Wierda F ........0 2 0 2
Glenn Neff, parallel bar and fly- Poretta G.......0 0 0 0
ing ring ace, had been admitted to_- - .-_-
University Hospital with influ- Totals ........22 22 20 66
enza. Halftime Score: Michigan 23,
Loss of Neff will be a severe blow Indiana 22.
to Coach Newt Loken, when he Free Throws Missed: Michigan
takes his Wolverines to East 10, Suprunowicz 2, MacIntosh,
Lansing for tonight's tussle with Roberts 4. Elliott, Marrison 2. In-
Michigan State. diana 8, Ritter 4, Meyer 2, Wil-
Coach George Szypula of the liams, Schwartz.
Spartans has an up-and-coming
club and could cause the Maize
and Blue plenty of trouble, par- ' Continuous from 1 P.M.
ticularly now that the dependa-
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Brunt of the Wolverine attack
will be carried on the capable
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Co-captain Tom Tillman.
Fashbaugh, definitely regarded
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