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PATHE NEWS - "FRANK & JESSE JAMES" - Chapter 2
Quits To Take
my Conzelman, coach of the Chi-
cago Cardinals professional foot-
ball club of the National League
handed in his resignation yester-
day to Mrs. Charles Bidwill.
Conzelman for the last two
years has been working off sea-
sons with the D'Arcy advertising
agency of St. Louis. A spokesman
said he had decided to quit foot-
ball to devote full time to the ad-
A fun-loving, affable personal-
ity, white - maned Conzelman
brought color to the Cards and
eventually the National , League
Championship as well. That was
in 1947, when Charlie Trippi-a
$100,000 investment fnade by
owner Charlie Bidwill before he
died-helped drive the club to its
Wolverine Matmen Open
The Illinois wrestling team in-
vades Ann Arbor tonight and will
be greeted by a determined Michi-
gan squad, which will have its first
taste of a tough season of compe-
Coach Cliff Keen says the wel-
come mat will be out for all stu-
dents and faculty members with
identification cards and other
Ann Arbor residents as well at
Yost Field House at 7:30 p.m.
There is an admission charge for
those without identification cards.
THE TEN MATMEN from
Champaign, who met Michigan
State at East Lansing last night
in the season's opener for both
squads, loom as one of Michigan's
toughest foes of the year. Last
year they tied with Iowa and the
Wolverines for second place in the
Captain Bob Betzig's tussle
with conference champion Ken
Marlin of the Illini in the 155
pound class will probably be
the standout match of the eve-
ning. Marlin will be trying to
prove that he deserved the rat-
ing of champion while the
Maize and Blue performer will
until 5 P.M.
NOT SO INNOCENT . .
But a Whale of a Lot of Fun!
Tro e- ristsr
be out to avenge his loss to
Marlin by a disputed decision in
the conference meet of last'
The first meeting of the night
will find Wolverine John Keller
on the mat with Dick Picard at
121 pounds. At 128, in the next
match, will be Michigan's scrap-
py redhead, Byron Dean, against
Dale Nelson of Illinois. In the 136
pound .class, newcomer Tom Mil-
ler will take on Bob Strange of
the Orange and Blue.
JUST BEFORE the Marlin-
Betzig encounter, Jim Smith, last
year's conference and NCAA
champ at 136 pounds, for -Michi-
gan, will wrestle at 145 against
Joe Garcia, who was second in
that class in the conference last
year. At 165 pounds, Coach Keen
will send either Chuck Nichols or
Phil Carlson -against Norm Pat-
terson of the Illini.
A couple of Illinois football
players will probably hold down
the top weight divisions. Bill
Vohaska will go at 175 if the
meet is not too close. However,
if Bill is tired from last night's
meet, or if the Illini need points
badly, Gil Gaumer will be pitted
against Wolverine Jack Powers.
The big task offstopping Chuck
Gottfried, Illinois' captain and
defending conference champ,
will be in the hands of heavy-
weight Byron Laskey. .
There will be plenty of good
seats available tonight at the Field
House, so why not come down in
order to see some real action.
In Sanity Code
NCAA heard yesterday that
steady progress has been made in
enforcement of its year old ethi-
cal or sanity code.
The chairman of the compli-
ance committee, Clarence F.
Houston of Tufts College, report-
ed to the Association, "The great
majority of the active members
of the NCAA appear to be con-
ducting their athletic programs
on a sound and ethical basis and
well within the requirements of
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BUT HE CONCEDED that
some schools are ignoring the
code, or are violating some of its
sections, and there are others,
"Who by reason of tradition or
pressures, size, location or other
reasons, are encountering diffi-
culties in the transition period."
'M' Five Cast
In Gopher Tilt
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to show improvement, along with
Mack Suprunowicz at forward.
Captain Bill Roberts, who has
been nursing his injured knee
along through the vacation warm-
up, will have to soar to the heights
tonight if he is to match Mc-
Intyre. "Spider" is four inches
shorter than the Gopher center,
an unusual situation for the 6 ft.,
6 in. lad.
BUD HARRISON and Pete El-
liott, Michigan's All - Conference
Fresh from a battle with winter
weather in Wyoming, Michigan's
hockey team returns to the ice
tonight when they take on a
Queens University sextet at 8:00
o'clock in the Coliseum.
The Wolverines will be putting
a 19 game undefeated streak on
the block in this contest. The last
time a Michigan sextet was de-
feated was by Minnesota last Feb-
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SO FAR. THIS season, the Maize
and Blue pucksters have com-
piled a record of seven victories
and three ties in ten games. The
j contest scheduled for last night
with Queens was called off be-
cause of the delay the team run
into while returning from theirl
Wolverine mentor Vic Hey-
liger will send a power-packed
veteran squad into the tilt, the
first played in 1949 on home ice.
Leading the way for Michigan
will be the top line of Gordie Mc-
Millan, Captain Al Renfrew and
Wally Gacek. For the third suc-
cessive season, McMillan is lead-
ing the Wolverines in scoring with
a point total of 24.
GACEK AND RENFREW are
close behind with 19 and 16. with
Renfrew leading the team in
scoring with 12 goals.
The second line is only slight-
ly ,less prolific, Gil Burford,
Wally Grant and Neil Celley
comprising this trio. Burford
has notched 17 points, while
Grant and Celley have each
chalked up 16.
On the third line will be Sam
Stedman, Len Brumm and Al
HERB RUSKIN, NIGHT EDITOR
Bassey. Although this trio has not
seen much action so far this sea-
son, they constitute a real threat
out on the ice.
AS IN THE PAST, Michigan's
strong defense will be Connie Hill
and Bob Fleming on one com-
bination and Ross Smith and Dick
Starrak on the other. John Grif-
fin will also be available for de-
Jack McDonald, having a
good year in the nets for Mich-
'Ma Sextet Meets Queens
In Contest at Coliseum
Hockey Team Returns from Western Trip
Still Undefeated in Ten Starts This Season
igan, will be in goal again, with
Paul Milanowski as a spare.
It has been McDonald along
with the stellar play of the de-
fensemen that has kept the op-
ponents from tallying more than
the 24 goals netted against the
Wolverines this season.
TONIGHT'S CONTEST will be
the only one of the year with the
Queensmen for Michigan as there
seems little likelihood of finding'
a spot on Michigan's crowded
The last time Michigan played
Queens was in the 1946-47 season,
when they defeated them twice,
2-1 and 6-1.
Michigan State 68, Marquette
Virginia 79, Maryland 43
Texas A &M 58, Texas Chris-
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... hampered by injury j
guard combination for the past
two years, will have their hands
full tonight. The Minnesota reg-
ulars swished 45 points in the first
half of the Colgate match last
If the Wolverine defense
holds true to form, however, the
Gophers won't see that many
counters all night. Michigan
leads the mid-west in defense,
and is fifth in the nation, with
a 40.9 average.
The other five men McCoy car-
ried to supplement his starting
combination are Irv Wisniewski,
Leo VanderKuy, Bill Doyle, Bill
Mikulich, and Hal Morrill.
McCoy will shift his playing
combinations at will to try to up-
set the Gophers. His defensive
pattern of man-to-man or zone
will vary with what Minnesota
throws at the Wolverines.
by Ed Louhon
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WANTED TO BUY
BABY'S Play Pen in reasonable price
and condition. Phone 2-2035. )2J
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Gold Longines Watch, leather
strap, on Friday, Dec. 17. Call Don
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LOST--Pearl and diamond engagement
ring. Reward. Box 169, Mich. Daily.
LOST -- Tuesday afternoon, 1 brown
fur-lined man's glove on campus or
Thayer St. Please phone K. Yost,
G839. ) 7L
LOST--Ladies' Waltham Watch, Jan. 5.
Initials engraved on back. Ph. Ruth
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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
Store, 122 E. Washington. ) 5B
Any Make Any Model
Small down payment will deliver
OFFICE EQUIPMENT SERVICE CO.
1116 S. Univ., 2-9409 111 S. 4th, 2-1213
"NEARLY NEW" QUALITY CLOTHING
Coats, $9-$25 Suits, $7-$25
Dresses, $2-$10 Skirts, 'B1-$8
Also other miscellaneous apparel
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1947 CROSLEY-2-door sedan, seaweed
green, circus red wheels, radio and
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6 in giant with Ringling Brothers
Circus who complained of too much
headroom and traded for a smaller
car. Front and rear bumper guards,
license plate holder, and steering
wheel at no extra charge. 40 miles
per gallon. $550 will buy it.
PHIL HANSON USED CARS
3060 Washtenaw Ave. Phone 2-7833
MALE student desires roommate, phone
SINGLE near campus for male student.
Double for couple. Ph. 2-5128. )1R
BIG ENOUGH for Two. 22 foot tandem
trailer coach parked in camp near
city bus lines. No mansion, but it's
cozy. For sale or rent. Phone 5849.
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miles or so out. Have car. Grad stu-
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FACULTY MEMBER and wife need
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TRAVELERS bicycle for sale. Call .
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ARGOFLEX E, coated 14.5 lens. Like
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TUXEDO, size 38, pants 32-33. Single
breasted, excellent condition. Call
1581 Sudbury Ct., Willow Run.
COUSINS on State Street
A Special Selling
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TUXEDO, size 36, $15 and size 39, $20.
Davenport in good condition, $35.
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