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Coach McCoy was the play of
his reserves in the game. Van-
der Kuy, a 6' 5" sophomore
from Holland, Mich., looked
very impressive in his first ap-
pearance in varsity uniform. He
looks like he will fill the shoes
left vacant by Don MacIntosh
VanderKuy plays a forward-
center position much like the way
MacIntosh operated last year.
MURRAY, DOYLE, and Olson
also played an excellent and
'heads-up brand of ball. Since six
of the men on the present team
Michigan's jayvee cage
squad showed their varsity
brethren the way yesterday af-
ternoon when they took a 55-44
decision from Michigan State
at Yost Field House.
The conclusion of the first
half foundthe quintets locked
in a 27-27 tie, and, for a while
in the final half, the lead con-
tinued to seesaw.
Then Dick Rifenburg, who
didn't start the game for the
Maize and Blue, caught fire,
and the Wolverines pulled into
the lead, never to be headed.
.re seniors, four of them starters,
the impressive performance of
these sophomores assures Michi-
gan of a bright future in the com-
ing basketball seasons.
An unusual but highly com-
mendable note was the atti-
tude of the crowd. One of Coach
McCoy's hopes this year is that
Michigan will not only have the
top cage team in the Confer-
ence, but the best cage crowd.
The attitude of booing the of-
ficials is not a sign of the kind of
crowd McCoy wants. Last night's
behavior was just about right.
The only serious howl the fans
Due to a typographical error,
yesterday's Daily had gridders
Dan Dworsky and Ed McNiell
)00 dollars richer than they ac-
tually are . . . the scholarship
award given to the outstanding
students on the football team
is 100, not 1,000 dollars . . .
made was in regard to a new rule
the Conference is trying out this
THE PLAYER who commits a
foul is supposed to raise his hand.
The Michigan State offenders
were a bit reluctant to do so, but
after some encouragement fromt
the audience they complied.
The fans demonstrated their
non - partisanship when Hal
Morrill came down with a loud
slap when he blocked the ball
on one play. The referee did not
call a foul, and lots of the crowd
thought he should, since they
thought Morrill had hit the man
instead of the ball.
This was the only serious heck-
ling the crowd -did, which shows
that Michigan can fulfill McCoy's
desire for being the top school as
far as fans go.
Indiana 61 DePauw 48
U. of Pittsburgh 40 Penn State33
Yale 72 Rutgers 52
Cornell 43 Gettysburg 40
Ohio State60 Butler University 48
Toledo 27, Oklahoma 14.
Clemson 20, Citadel 0.
Alabama 55, Auburn 0.
Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the Preslaent, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
DICK HURST, Night Editor
In Coast Debut
SAN BRUNO, Calif.-UP)-Ci-
tation, one of the world's greatest
racehorses, increased his all time
winnings to $833,350 today with a
victory over four other three-
year-olds in the $5,000 challenge
purse at Tanforan.
Bold Gallant ran second and
Jockey Eddie Arcaro piloted the
highly favored Citation to victory
in the excellent time of 1:12 for
the six furlongs-n a muddy
It was the west coast debut of
the Calumet star.
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Montreal 3 New York 1
Chicago 6 Toronto 4
Detroit 3 Boston 2
preceding publication (11:00 am. Saatr-
SINDAi, ECEMBER 5 i9jg
VO L XA No. 6;
Saudent Tea: President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to
students from 4 to 6 o'clock, Wed.,
Faculty of the College of Litera-
tare, Seienve, and the Arts: The
Decem ber meetiing of the Faculty
for the academic year 1948-49
will be held Mon., Dec. 6, 4:10
p.m., Rm. 1025, Angell Hall.
1. Consideration of the minutes
of the meeting of November 1, (pp.
2. Memorial for Professor Cecil
3. Consideration of reports sub-
mitted with the call to this meet-
a. Executive Committee -
Professor J. W. Eaton.
I. Executive Board of the
Graduate School-Associate Pro-
fessor 1. K. Sparrow.
c. Senate Advisory Committee
on University Affairs--Professor
J. W. Eaton.
d. Deans' Conference -Dean
5. New business.
Fraternity and sorority presi-
deuts are reminded that monthly
membership reports for November
are duty imrndiately in the Office
of Student Affairs, Rm. 2, U. Hall.
Tlh fourth Freshman-Sopho-
more conlerenee xw\ill be held Mon.,
Dec. 6,. ,nm. 20:39 N.S. Bldg., 7:30
p.m. Professor W. F. Ramsdell will
speak on temporary summer em-
ployment and will acquaint begin-
rung foresters with the, forestry
alumni association and the work
of some of our graduates. Fresh-
men. are expected to attend and
sophomores are especially invited
to this meeting.
Graduate Students who have
not taken the Graduate Aptitude
Examination or the Graduate Rec-
ord Examination must take the
former on Dec. 8 in the Rackham
Lecture Hall at 4:30 p.m. The ex-
amination will take about three
hours and there will be an inter-
val for dinner from 6-7 p.m. New
graduate students on the campus
should comple tthe examination
so that the results may be avail-
able to their advisers. The $2.00
fee for the examination is to be
paid at the Cashier's Office, 104
South Wing, before noon on Dec.
8. Veterans' requisitions should be
signed by the Graduate School
representative before presentation
to the Cashier.
CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES
in February must complete this re-
quirement or the degree will not
Housing over the Christmas va-
cation for women students who
wish to remain in Ann Arbor may
be arranged through the Office of
the Dean of Women. Women liv-
ing in University residence halls
will receive information through
their house directors. Women who
live outside University residence
halls should apply at the Office of
the Dean of Women to reserve
space in the Michigan League
League Housemothers are noti-
fied by the Office of the Dean of
Women that any women students
referred by the Office of the Dean
of Women are eligible to sign con-
tracts as soon as possible for the
Women students taking part in
the production of the Gilbert
Sullivan performance, "The Yeo-
men of the Guard.-
Late permissions will be extend-
ed by the Office of the Dean of
Women as follows: December 6, 7
and 8-11 p.m. and December 9-
Women students attending a
performance of the Gilbert & Sul-
livan production, "The Yeomen of
the Guard," will have late permis-
sion until one-half hour after the
close of the performance.
University Community Center
Sun., Dec. 5, Interdenomina-
tional church program:
10:45 a.m., Church and nursery.
4:30 p.m., Discussion, followed
Mon., Dec. 6, 8 p.m., Sewing
Current Events Discussion.
Group: "The Crisis in China."
Everybody welcome. All present'
Wed., Dec. 8, 3:45-4:45 p.m.,
Church-sponsored week day playj
group for primary children.
Thurs., Dec. 9, 8 'p.m., Ceramics,
Sat., Dec. 11, 3-5 p.m., Wives'
Club tea honoring President and
Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven. All
University people in Village in-
Doctoral Examination for Frank
Stiling, English; thesis: "A Com-
mentary on Byron's Don Juan,
Cantos VII-X," Tues., Dec. 7, W.
Council Rm., Rackham Bldg., 7:30
p.m. Chairman, W. G. Rice.
Orientation Seminar: Professor
Rainich will discuss the Euler For-
mula at 2 p.m., Monday, Rm. 3001
Political Science 52-Examina-
tion: Wed., Dec. 8, 10 a.m. Sections
1, 2, e and 5 in Room 231 A.H.
(Knappen, Eldersveld and Bret-
ton). Sections 4, 6, 7, and 8 in
Room 1025 A. H. (Vernon and Ab-
The Boston Symphony Orches-
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Quintet's Early Season Form
Draws Praise from McCoy
Suprunowicz, f .......1
Morrill, g ............2
Harrison, g ..........5
Wisniewski, c ........1
Elliott, g .............2
O2lson, f ..............1
Murray, g ............0
MICHIGAN STATE g.
Rapchak, f ..........3
Granack, f ...........4
W iulf, c ..............2
Waldron, g ..........2
Dawson, g ...........0
Steffen, c ............0
Jordan, g ............0
Stevens, f ............0
Lumsden, c ..........1
Snodgrass, g ........1
Patela, f .............0
f. pf. tp.
1 1 3
0 4 8
3 3 7
5 2 9
4 4 14
1 3 31
0 0 4
2 4 4
1 0 7
0 0 4
0 1 2
1 1 1
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By BEV BUSSEY
Daily Feature Sports Editor
For Coach Ernie McCoy, the
game was an auspicious start to
his head coaching career, while
for MSC mentor Ben Van Alstyne,
it was a disheartening sight to
see his boys lose for this is Van
Alstyne's last year at the helm.
After the game, McCoy an-
nounced that he was "darn proud
of the boys." In fact, the starting
five was sent to the locker room
five minutesbefore the end of the
game, and they were used spar-
ingly twelve minutes of the last
Captain and center Bill Rob-
erts, who looks like a different
player compared to his first
game last year, commented that
Michigan State lost control of
the backboards right from the
The big difference between the
Spartans and the Wolverines
showed up on the shot chart. All
but two of MSC's tries were made
from under the basket. Michigan's
attack varied between dog shots
and long buckets from back and
According to Van Alstyne,
Michigan State was completely
demoralized when they came out
for the last half.
* * *
The Michigan cagers inherit-
ed the blue "superman" capes
At 41 Games
ansville College's Purple Aces end-
ed a string of 41 straight football
victories for the Missouri Valley
Vikings, 13 to 7, today in the First
Annual Refrigerator Bowl Game.
Seventy-five hundred fans wit-
nessed the end of the longest
string in the country.
Finesse and hard running pro-
duced an Evansville touchdown in
the first quarter and the aces add-
ed their other rparker with a 94-
yard march in the second period.
Missouri Valley, undefeated
since 1941, failed to get inside
Evansville's 40-yard line in the
first half. It bogged down on the
of the championship football
team. Maybe these provided in-
Bump Elliott, who handled the
PA job last night, announced,
"Elliott scored at last," when
brother Pete netted his first field
goal after ten minutes of the last
* * *
While waiting outside the Field
House, the crowd was entertained
by portable radio announcements
of the Notre Dame-Southern Cal
Tues., Wed., Thur. -
(Ann Arbor High School)
Tickets $1 .20 and 90c, tax incl.
and at the door before performances
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DRESSMAKING - ALTERATIONS
Formals a Specialty - Prices Reasonable
205 East Ann 2-2020
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing done
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
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BOUGHT AND SOLD - Men's used
clothing by Ben the Tailor at Sam's
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Big reductions in women's and
children's used quality clothing
"Newly New Department"
109 East Washington 2nd Floor
The Answer To Your Radio Problems
STUDENT RADIO SERVICE
Owned and Operated by Students
Economical Service - All Work Guar.
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Win a radio in the 1949 Michiganensian
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DOUBLE ROOM for men student,
available now or Feb. Call at 1218
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VACANCY for 2 male students in a suite
of rooms. 811 E. Ann, Phone 2-2052.
WEEK-END GUESTS? Rooms available
in private homes. Call student Rm.
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For Good Accommodations
Bring your overnight or
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TWO Boston Symphony concert tickets.
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BABY BED in good condition. With 30
by 54 mattress. Box 159, Mich. Daily.
STATISTICS tutor needed by Psych.
student (elementary). Ypsi 1018W or
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RIDE for 2 to Buffalo or Rochester
around Dec. 18th. Call Dr. Meinhod,
Orthodontic Clinic, Kellogg Founda-
tion Institute. )1W
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Brown alligator coin purse, be-
tween Law School and Union. Con-
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Call 6552. )4L
LOST: Ronson Whirlwind lighter, sil-
ver-colored, "K" initial. Reward. Box
161 Mich. Daily. )6L
LOST-2 Parker "51" pencils. One blue
and gold other grey and silver. Finder
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LOST-Wednesday between 12:30 and
1 :30. One pair white lambs wool mit-
tens between Roberts Gifts, McLean's,
Calkins-Fletchers, and Post Office. I
need them more than you! 2-4471,
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LOST-A blue loose leaf notebook and
Geology lab manual at Gokenbach's
between 7 and 8 a.m., Wednesday,
December first. Will the person who
took them by mistake please return
to Bill Riggins, 819 E. University, or
call 2-1147? )5L
ZEISS Ikon Camera, model Super-B.
Excellent cond. $200. Call 2-9667. )84
1949 RENAULT CAR. Reasonable. A-1
shape. Call 9297, 7-10 p.m. or Sunday
afternoon. 432 S. Division St. )86
RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIRS-
Quick, competent servile by experts.
Aero Radio, 335 S. Main, Ph. 4997. )4
SOME GOOD SEATS STILL AVAILABLE
The Gilbert-& Sullivan Society
Yeo en of the Guard
- Dec. 7,8, 9
..13 7 24 33I
Halftime score: Michigan 35,
Michigan State 18.
Free throws missed: Michigan
13, Suprunowicz 2, Roberts, Mor-
rill, Harrison 2, Vanderkuy, Mik-
ulich 2, Doyle 2, Olson 2. Mich-
igan State-19. Granack 3, Wulf
4, Waldron, Robbins 5, Dawson,
Steffen 4, Snodgrass.
NEEDED: Female English major1
laborate on a novel on my
If interested, contact R. L.
N-43, Law Club.
The Gift Sh'itll Remember From
COUSINS ON S'TATE STREET
is one of our beautiful perfume . bottles
with the new plastic cylindrical
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Gold Bottle $2.39 )17S
For Out-Of-This-World Gift Lingerie
at Down-to-Earth Prices Do Your
Shopping for Mom, Sis, and Roomie at
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )18S
Any Make Any Model
Small down paynent will deliver
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A select group of regular
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Especially chosen for the
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DOUGLAS H. HARRIS, Jeweler
Has an excellent selection of
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A large stock of Christmas
GREETING CARDS and NOTE PAPER
Can be found at the
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For that young brother or sister.
The Perfect Gift for Christmas.
Visit Our Children's Book Dept. Now!
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A "MUST" ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST
Christmas cards and
Christmas wrappings from
O. D. MORRILL'S
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STUDENT and wife desire ride to Flori-
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COUPLE desires ride to N.Y. Share
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Evansville one-yard line
fourth quarter but scored
the game after a 71-yard
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