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TUESDAY, DECEMREP., , lqiR,

TH E MWiCAN Di',ilY

PACT VI-WIVIr.

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Starrak's Final Perio
Tally Clinches Deadlo

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Toledo,

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Cagers Hit id-Season
Stride in SeasonOpener

(Special to The Daily)
TOLEDO, Ohio - A last period
goal by defenseman Dick Starrak
gave Michigan's hockey team a 2-2
tie with a strong Toledo Mercury
squad here last night.
The game, played before 3,500
fans, was a benefit contest, spon-
sored by the Old Newsboys' Good-
fellow fund.
STARRAK notched his game-
tying marker at 9:09 of the final
session when the Wolverines held
a six man to four advantages.
Michigan center Gordie McMillan
took the puck on a face off in the
Toledo zone and fired it over to
Al Renfrew. Renfrew passed it to
Starrak who blasted in a high 30
foot, shot.
It was a rough game all
around, 17 penalties being called
by the referee, seven going to
the Wolverines and 10 to the
Toledo sextet.
Michigan missed their chance
to wrap the game up late in the
final period. With about one min-
uate to go Gil Burford broke into
the clear with no one to beat but

Mercury goalie Bun Nicholson,
but slipped just as he was shooting
and his mis-guided shot was eas-
ily turned aside.
* *, *
THE WOLVERINES jumped off
to a one goal advantage after the
game was only a minute old as
Wally Grant took Burford's pass,
skated over the blue line all alone
and blasted in the shot from about
10 feet out.
Both teams battled on fairly
even terms until 19:45 of the
opening stanza when Toledo
wing John McGrath took a
third rebound and fired the
puck past goalie Jack McDon-
ald. Orville Smith and Barney
O'Connell, who fired the first
two shots, got assists on the
score.
The Mercury's went one up in
the second period, when O'Connell
grabbed another third rebound
during a scramble in front of the
Wolverine net and slipped it in
at 14:29. Jack Kernahan was
I given the assist on the tally.

Sports
Calendar
BASKETBALL
Toledo University - Satur-
day, Dec. 11, 7:30 p.m., at Yost
Field House.
Pittsburgh - Monday, Deco
13, 7:30 p.m. at Yost Field
House.
HOCKEY
Windsor Spitfires-Saturday,
Dec. 11, 8:00 p.m., at the Coll-
seun,
SWIMMING.
Annual Swim Gala - Satur-
day afternoonhandnevening,
Dec. 11, at the Intramural
Building.
Not Official Yet
Michigan will not recognize any
one All-American team this year,
it was announced today.
Coach Ben Oosterbaan and ath-
letic director Fritz Crisler will con-
sider the numerous teams select-
ed by the major magazines and
news services and make the offi-
cial decision as to this year's
Michigan All-Americans from
them.

Grantland Rice, dean of Ameria-
can sportswriters, named Michi -
gan's Dick Rifenburg, Alvin Wis- :.
tert, and Don Tomasi to the 1948
Look magazine All-America foot-
ball teams.
Rifenburg held down one of the
ends of the first eleven, Wistert
was selected as a second team
tackle, and Tomasi was voted to a
third team guard position.
MEMBERS OF THE Look All-
America team were chosen for
their all round football ability.
Although none of the Wolverine
players chosen had the opportun-
ity to play both offensive and de-
fensive positions, Rice was confi-
dent of their ability to perform -
equally well in either capacity.
Rice was assisted in this year's :
selection by 440 outstanding
football writers representing all
of the major newspapers in the
country. T' backs,7
Other men chosen for first team Sitko, r
positions were: end, Art Weiner, Califor
North Carolina; tackles, Leo No- gia.
mellini, Minnesota; Leon Hart,
Notre Dame; guards, Bill Healy, End-I
Georgia Tech; Joe Henry, Army; Tackle-
Center, Chuck Bednarik, Penn; Ca

WA Y 'TA GO BLUE:
Rice Names Rife,' Wistert, Tomasi

Gtvu'd-Paul Burris, Oklahoma
Cen er-William Yeoman, Army
Guard-Martin Wendell, Notre
Dame
Tackle-Alvin Wistert, Michigan
End - Warren Huey, Michigan
State
Back-Norman Van Brockin, Ore-
gon
Back - Charles Justice, North
Carolina
Back-Arthur Murakowski, North-
western
Back-Francis Rogel, Penn State
THIRD TEAM
End-Daniel Garza, Oregon.
Tackle-Chester Fritz, Missouri
Guard-Dominic Tomasi, Michi-
gan
Center - Clayton Tonnemaker,
Minnesota
Guard - Vern Sterling, Santa
Clara
Tackle-William Koch, Princeton
End-James Martin, Notre Dame
Back-Arnold Galiffa, Army
,Back-Elwood Petchel, Penn State
Back-Robert Stuart, Army
Back-Jack Cloud, William &
Mary

In crushing Michigan State, 66-
33, Saturday night, Michigan gave
evidence that wresting the Big1
Nine cage crown from the Wol-
verines was going to be an ex-
tremnely difficult job.
Coach Ernie McCoy emptied the,
bench, using three and four sophs
on the floor for much of the hast
half, but the Spartans were uni-
able to get anything resembling
a scoring parade under way.
THE NEW MEN, forwards Leo
Vander Kuy and Bob Olson, and
guards Bill Doyle and Chuck Mur-
ray, all showed up well in their
initial foray in college basketball.
McCoy commented on the
coolness the team showed. "They
had a lot of poise, and were in
there fighting all the way," he
said.
The Wolverine mentor ex-
plained that the squad's poise was
one important factor in the dif-
ference between the team that
whipped the Spartans Saturday
night, and the one that lost to
State early last season.
"Michigan State's biggest weak-
ness was a lack of offense at cen-
ter," he continued.
* * *
McCOY EXPLAINED that the
whole Spartan offense depends
on the pivotman as a pointmaker
and in setting up plays.
The Wolverines displayed a
varied offense, with everyone
getting into the scoring act, and
only one man, Bob Harrison,
"nakingn'ore than 10 points.
_-it

Forward Mar k Suprunowicz,
who led the Maize and Blue at-
tack in Conference play last year,
was handicapped by an injury
which necessitated taping his
chest and shoulders, and therefore
got only three points.
YET MICHI GANwas able to roll
up 66 points, a total which they
reached only twice last year.
Lanky Bill Roberts, the Wol-
verines' six-foot seven-inch cen-
ter, played what was probably
the finest game of his career.
He tallie donly seven points, but
was busy most of the time taking
the ball off the backboard and
feeding it to his teammates.
- * * *
ANOTHER STANDOUT was
Hal Morrill, who alternated be-
tween guard and forward. Besides
scoring nine ponts, making him
second high point man for the
Maize and Blue, this Flint product
teamed with Roberts to give Mich-
igan complete domination of the
backboards.
DO YOU KNOW ... that there
were five Army players named to
the Associated Press All-American
eleven.
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Hamilton Accepts Post
As Pitt Athletic Director

Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
ember8 of the University. Notices
the Bulletin should be sent in
pewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Satur-
days.)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1948
VOL. LIX, No. 65
Notices
Student Tea: President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to
students from 4 to 6 o'clock, Wed.,
Dec. 8.
School of Education Testing
Program: The results of the tests
will be available on Wednesday
and Thursday, Nov. 8 and 9, in the
School of Education offices, 1431
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University Elementary School.
Students may get their scores and
a folder of explanation on these
days.
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 complete the 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'trequisitions 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
be awarded.
Predental Counsel: Students in
the College of Literature, Science,

and the Arts who are preparing
for the study of dentistry and who
wish to be considered for admis-
sion to the next entering class in
the School of Dentistry should
make contact with the Preprofes-
sional Adviser, Prof. A. H. Stock-
ard, 210 University Hall, as soon
as possible. Appointment for in-
terview can be arranged by tele-
phone, 3-1511, extension 2530, be-
tween the hours of 9-11 and 2-5,
Monday through Friday.
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.
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
spring semester.
Graduating Seniors and Gradu-
ate Students: A representative of
the General Electric Company will
give a talk at 5 p.m., Wed., Dec.
8, 1400 new Chemistry Bldg., for
graduating seniors and interested
graduate students. He will speak
on the operation and function of
the Company. Anyone interested
may attend.
Mr. Walter W. Bishop, of the
Piasecki Helicopter Corporation,
Morton, Pennsylvania, will be in
Rm. 1079 E. E., Wed., Dec., 8, to
interview mechanical, civil, elec-
trical, and aeronautical engineers
for the following groups engaged
in helicopter work: Structures,
Rotor blade design, Power trans-
mission, Power plant and electri-
cal, Controls, Stress analysis and
vibration, Aerodynamics, Flight
Test.
Obtain application blanks in

Rm. 1079 E.
and fill them
possible. The
is posted on
Board.

Engineering Bldg.,
out in advance if
interview schedule
the Aero Bulletin

Mr. Thomas Courtney, of Mc-
Donnell Aircraft Corporation, St.
Louis, Missouri, will interview on
December 9 and 10 Aeronautict.l'
Civil and Mechanical Engineering
students graduating in February.
Interviews will be held in Rm.
1079 E. Engineering Bldg., and ap-
plication blanks may be picked up
in Rm. 1079.
The Bureau of Appointments
announce the following interviews
for Thurs., Dec. 9:
The Aetna Casualty and Surety
Co. will have a representative here
to interview men for sales posi-
tions.
Winkleman's Dept. Store will
have a representative here to in-
terview both men and women for
their store management training
program. Most of the jobs will be
in the Detroit area. Further in-
formation and appointments may
be obtained by calling Ext. 371.
The National Research Council
of Canada announced employ-
ment opportunities for graduates
and postgraduates in science and
engineering. They are especially
interested in receiving applica-
tions from Canadian students.
Further information may be ob-
tained at 201 Mason Hall.
As previously announced, the
Detroit Civil Service Commission
will be here on Tues., Dec. 7th, and
they are interested in interviewing
medical technologists also in ad-
dition to the other specialities
listed. Appointments may be made
in the office at 201 Mason Hall.
The Public School System of
Anchorage, Alaska, is looking for
teachers of the following subjects:
(Continued on Page 4)

PITTSBURGH - (P) - Navy
Capt. Tom Hamilton today accept-
ed Pitt's athletic directorship and
the University hailed his decision
as "an early visit from Santa
Claus."
The 42-year-old Naval Academy
Athletic Director will report here
Feb. 1 as Director of Physical Ed-
ucation and Athletics, a new title'
at Pitt. That date coincides with
the date Navy Secretary John L.
Sullivan agreed to allow Hamil-
ton to retire.
HAMILTON'S SALARY here re-
portedly will be about $15,000 un-
der a contract which a Pitt source
doubted would be for longer than
five years. Contract signing may

occur within the next fortnight.
Hamilton previously was sched-
uled to be a guest of The Monday
Quarterbacks at their banquet
here Dec. 15.
The Navy war and athletic
hero telephoned his acceptance
to Pitt chancellor Rufus B.
Fitzgerald. This action ended a
week of speculation over wheth-
er the Navy would permit him
to retire to a civilian job.

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Ad

...

Hamilton announced in Wash-j
ington he was retiring from, the
Navy after 25 years of service to
devote all of his time "to the de-
velopment of youth."

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