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TI RV MICHITGAN DAILY

FUrDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1948

iymnasts Show Wares Reio
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By DICK MILLER
Before an audience of about 30
People who just stopped in but de-
cided to stay, Coach Newt Loken
and his gymnastics squad con-
ducted their second intrasquad
meet yesterday.
Although the regularly sched-
iled meets will not begin until
February, the team is working
hard to develop routines and form
for the tough conference compe-
tition expected this year. Yester-
day's meet showed definite im-
provement over the one held two
weeks ago.
CAPT. DICK Fashbaugh made
the best showing of the afternoon
taking three first places in the
high bar, side horse, and flying
rings. Dick's experience, continu-
ity, and form were the deciding
factors in these events.
Pushing Fashbaugh for top
honors was Pete Barthell who
took firsts in tumbling and the

parallel bars and a second on
the side horse. Barthell's
running, twisting somesault was
the outstanding stunt in the
tumbling division.
Edsel Buchanan won top hon-
ors on the trampoline with his ex-
tremely involved stunts from re-
markable heights. Bob Schoen-
dube, last year's AAU champion
on the tramp, ran second due to
a pair of unfortunate falls.
OTHER, NOTABLE perform-
ances were turned in by Conrad
Ettl and Fred Thompson. Al-
though only a freshman, Ettl
shows tremendous promise. He
took second place on the parallel
bars and placed in the high bar
and flying rings events.
Another intrasquad meet is
scheduled for next Thursday, and
Coach Loken expressed the hope
that more students would come
down to get acquainted with gym-
nastics a la Michigan.

Al Wistert
On Collier's
First Team
NEW YORK-(JP)-Collier's
Magaine announced today its
59th Annual All Star Football
Team, selected by a group of
seven football coaches, lining
up as follows.
End-Sam Tamburo, Penn St.
End-George Brodnax, Geo. T.
Tackle-Leo Nomellini, Minn.
Tackle-Al Wistert, Michigan.
Guard-Marty Wendell, N.D.
Guard-Paul Burris, Oklahoma
Center-C. Bednarik, Penn.
Back-Doak Walker, S.M.U.
Back-Charlie Justice, N. Car.
Back-Clyde Scott, Arkansas.
Back-Jackie Jensen, Calif.
Basketball
Results
NATIONAL BASKETBALL
LEAGUE
Anderson 86, Detroit 60

Annual Exhibition Game
Provides Action and Fun
Detroit Scores Eight Goals in First Period;
Howe's Five Goals Highlight Wild Evening

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Michi gan Mariners Nab
Second Place in Regatta

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By HERB RUSKIN
They called it hockey, but it was
the zaniest version ever seen at
the Michigan Coliseum.
The Detroit Red Wings and the
Wolverines gagged through three
periods last night, with the Wings
winding up on the long end of the
11-5 score.
Only the opening session could
be called anything close to hockey,
as the two teams exchanged goal-
ies and a line to give the more
than 1300 fans in the Coliseum an
evening's entertainment.
IT RANGED from the awarding
of a Michigan sweater to Detroit
captain Syd Abel by the Wolver-
ines to fights and scrambles with
the officials taking no notice.
Michigan and Detroit gave
the game its general tenor by
exchanging goalies before the
start of the game and then
switching starting line-ups at
the close of the first period.
Detroit turned on the heat in
the first stanza with an eight goal
outbuf'st, but that was the last
really serious hockey for the ev-
ening.
From then on, it was every man
for himself.
BOTH TEAMS tripped, held and
generally did everything that
would ordinarily find them in the
penalty box, but last night got on-
ly cheers and laughs.
Finally toward the middle of

SPORTS
MERLE LEVIN, Night Editor
the second period Abel was
chased for tripping, but only af-
ter his victim Ted Lindsay had
lain on the ice for a minute or
so. When Abel was sent to the
penalty box, Lindsay remained
on the ice, shaking with laugh-
ter.
Of all the Wings, Harry Lumley,
playing goal for the Wolverines
seemed to be having the best time.
He clowned around and on several
occasions left the nets to join in
the fracas to the general amuse-
ment of the fans.
THE FINAL period lasted 22
minutes instead of the usual 20,
with Detroit playing the last few
minutes without a goalie.
Detroit ended the scoring 20
seconds after the period should
have ended, Leo Reise netting
the tally as teammate Jerry
Couture was sitting on Michigan
defenseman, Ross Smith, lying
prostrate on the ice.
Besides the amusement, the ov-
erflow crowd saw some pretty good
hockey, as both teams showed
brilliantly at times. Michi-
gan looked very good on oc-
casions and gave promise of being
as good as last year's National
Championship squad.
Starting Lineups

Michigan's Sailing Club came
away from the shores of Lake
Michigan last week with second
place in the Northwestern Fall In-
vitational Regatta.
The Wolverines were edged out
in their quest for the top spot in
the overall competition by a
strong Yale squad.
THE COVETED Timme Angs-
ton Memorial Trophy was award-
ed to the Bulldogs. Yale's Bob
Monetti and RoytCarter were the
leading point-getters in the A
division and were instrumental in
the victory of the Easterners.
Finishing second in the A
class were Michigan's Ray
Kaufman and Renate Oppen-
heimer. It was a different story
in the B division, as Wolverine
representatives Gorden Nelson,
Ned Stewart and Danny Cor-
tapassi headed the list of scor-
ers.
The host Northwestern Club
finished second in the Mid-West
Competition, and had to settle for
third spot in the country-wide

ROSS SMITH
...sat on

meet. Third place among the Mid-
western crews went to Notre
Dame.
Ivy League schools participat-
ing for the first time in this out-
standing Midwestern intercollegi-
ate sailing event were Yale, Cor-
nell, and Wesleyan University of
Connecticut.
Other participants included:
Northwestern, Notre Dame, Pur-
due, Ohio State, Minnesota, Chi-
cago, Michigan State, Ohio Wes-
leyan, De Pauw, and Dennison.
HOLIDAY
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BAA
Washington 66, ProvidenceI
Baltimore 90, Indianapolis'
Boston 88, Philadelphia 87

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Indians Acquire Papish,
CHICAG O-)--The Chicago
White Sox yesterday announced
the trade of pitcher Frank Papish
for two Cleveland Indian pitchers,
Ernest Groth and Bob Kuzava.
The 32-year-old Papish, a left-
hander, had ben regarded as a
potential White Sox mound star
the past two seasons. Last season,
however, he only won two and lost
eight because of ailments.

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Akron 78, Hillsdale 45
Hope 69, Percy Jones Hospital
42
NYU 67, Baylor 47
Olivet 43, Tri-State (Ind.) 31
St. John's 67, Tennessee 45
Dubuque (IA) 55, Wisconsin
Tech 38
North Carolina 68, Lenoir
Rhyne 51

All men on the Varsity Foot-
ball Squad are requested to call
the Athletic Office today re-
garding passes for the Lions
game this Sunday.

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LW

FIRST PERIOD-1. Detroit;
Reise (Gee) 5:50; 2. Detroit, Pav-
elich (Gauthier, Howe) 8:48; 3.
Detroit, Howe (Stewart), 9:40; 4.
Detroit Howe (Pavelich), 10:26; 5.
Detroit, McFadden 17:38; 6. De-
troit, Lindsay 18:37; 7. Detroit,
Gauthier (Pavelich), 09:17; 8. De-
troit, Lindsay (Pavelich), 19:40.
SECOND PERIOD--9. Michi-
gan, Renfrew (McMillan) 6:55; 10.
Michigan Howe (Lindsay), 12:23;
11. Michigan, Gacek (Stewart,
McMillan) 13:48; 12. Michigan,
Howe (Lindsay) 18:45. PENALTY:
Abel 2 min. for tripping.
THIRD PERIOD-13. Michigan,
Howe (Lindsay) 2:43; 14. Detroit,
Couture (Horeck and Gee), 9:47;
15. Detroit, Celley 12:11; 16. De-
troit Reise, 18:30. PENALTIES-
Hill 2 min. for tripping; Couture
2 min. for holding.

DETROIT
McDonald
Quackenbush
Stewart
Abel
Howe
Lindsay,

Collier's 1948 All-America
Selected by top authorities,=-
the members of Collier's
59th Annual All-America
football team are the best
of the current gridiron stars.
See them today in our windows!
The showing is exclusive with us.
Congratulations!
AL WISTERT
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