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VY DECEMBER 8, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

COURT CASE UNSOLVED:
McCoy Still Pondering Cagers' Abilities

By TED PAPES
Despite the fact that Michigan's
basketball campaign is two games
old, Coach Ernie McCoy still does
not have a reliable basis for evalu-
ation of the material he has at his
disposal.
The season opener at Michigan
State last Saturday cannot be re-
garded too seriously. Its main
function was to elminate early-
season bugs which are bound to
crop up among the players. Fortu-
nately the Wolverines had enough
drive to win that one by th-ree
points.
* *
TUESDAY NIGHT'S affair with
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Liberty near State

Miami Uhiversity was nothing
more than an exercise for Michi-
gan. Performances of individuals
against the Redskins, whether
SPORTS
JOHN BARBOUR, Night Editor
good or bad, had to be taken with
a grain of salt. McCoy will still
have to wonder how his charges
will react under serious pressure.,
The fact that Miami was so
badly outclassed did give thej
Wolverine mentor a chance to
look beyond his top, five men.
Until that game he hid concen-
trated on forwards Mack Su-

prunowicz and Don McIntosh,
guards Hal Morrill and Chuck
Murray, and Leo VanderKuy at
the pivot position.
Bob Olson and Bill Doyle re-
.eived the opportunity to display
their talents against the Redskins.
Olson succeeded on two of three
attempts from the field and added
one free throw. He made a few
floor errors but he was not able to
iron out bugs against State. Doyle
made one point.
JIM SKAIrA'S work at forward
was noteworthy. He was among
the starters and wasted no time
getting into the scoring parade,
proving that he knows his way
around the basketball court. Mc-
Coy must be impressed with his
natural ability.
In yesterday's practice at the
Yost Fieldhouse, Skala was in-
volved in the most important ex-
periment of the season thus far
He was switched to guard along-
side Hal 'Lefty' Morrill and in
combination with the front line
of McIntosh, VanderKuy and
Suprunowicz.
Cage observers have secretly
been hoping that McCoy would use
that setup. If it works out, the
Wolverines will boast potent scor-
ing punch at each of the five po-
sitions. In time the Skala-Morrill
duo may help Michigan fans for-
get the loss of Pete Elliott and
Bob Harrison.

CANADIAN CLUB ICED:
McMaster Hockey Luck Poor at 'M'
By BOB SANDELL But McMaster has *quite a few one of the stars of the Hamill
McMaster University brings a veterans returning on the squad Tigers' team that won the Sen
hockey team to Michigan this Sat- this year and they might not be Ontario Hockey Association cha
urday that has made rather a dis- the pushover that they have been. pionship four times while he a
mal showing against Vie Heylig- Four of the Marauders have played on the squad.
er's powerful Wolverine puck here the last two seasons and in- McMaster will also bring arou
teams of the past four years. elude the goalie, Don Sheppard, eight new men with them tl
The Maroon and Gray Maraud- linemen Neil McGee and Dennis have obtained most of their ex
ers managed to squeeze in a couple Barnes, and Defenseman Bob rience witil the Jr. OHA or ot
of ties in 1939 and '40, but since Crofoot. amateur loops in Canada that hi
the series was renewed in 1946 the * * * make that country the hoc
Heyligermen have completely out- IN ALL THERE are nine return- capital of the world.
classed the Canadians from Ham- ing lettermen with experience
ilton, Ontario. against some of the toughest col- LATE HOCKEY SCORES
* * * lege hockey competition in this Detroit 2, Boston 1
THE SCORES of the four country and Canada. McGee, in- New York 2, Chicago 1
games starting from that year, cidentally, scored the only goal for
13-6, 11-4, 13-1, and 14-1, add up the Marauders in the 13-1 rout of
to an impressive total of 51 goals two years ago.
for the Wolverines or a 12.7 av- McMaster already has one
erage as compared to but 12 mark- game under their belt, having
ers for McMaster and a three goal whipped Waterloo last Satur-
per game average. day, 5-1. It marked the debut
Neil Celley and Lenny Brumm of the Marauder's new coach,
should receive the McMaster Stan Robertson.
icemen with open arms since Robertson is a- well-known fig-
both of them fared pretty well ure around Hamilton since he was
against the Marauders last year.
Celley poured in three goals for T e i
his second of three "hat tricks" Louis
he performed throughout the
campaign and Brumm managedDOm a
to snag his initial goal in col- inIteyroio
legiate hockey competition.
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Suggestions for HIS gift!

-Daily-Alex Lmanian
HANDS OFF PLEASE-Leo VanderKuy, Michigan center, at-
tempts to unravel himself and break away from two Miami play-
ers while two other Redskins, Dick Kretch (22) and Jim Hecka-
man (32) look on. 'M' height proved too much of an obstacle for
Miami as Michigan won handily, 79-48.

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day night will wind up with
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he five handicap events for
,rday will be the 150-yard
ley relay, 200-yard free style
y, and 75-yard free style for
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er 14; and 50-yard free style
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* * *
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team has to wait for not only his
handicap, but also the handicaps
of the other three team members.
In the 440-yard relay, the first

of possibilities, is Luis Child, Mich-
igan. freshman who represented
Colombia in the '48 Olympics as
a free styler. Last summer he took
three seconds off the American
long distance record when he won
that title.
* * *
APPROXIMATELY 150 entries
have been received for the Gala,
from colleges, high schools, clubs
and individuals throughout the
state. Afternoon preliminaries will
speed up the evening program,
which begins at 8 and which Matt
Mann assures will be completed
by 9:30.
AP Sports
Flashes
PHILADELPHIA - For yelling
"fix" and then admitting he didn't
know the source of the charge,
Lightweight Champion Ike Wil-
liams yesterday was fined $500 by
the Pennsylvania Athletic Com-
mission for actions "detrimental
to boxing."
LATE BASKETBALL SCORES
Carleton 59 MacAlester 45
Penn State 74 Susquehanna 44
Muhlenberg 73 Fordham 56
Pennsylvania 71 Swarthmore 65
Navy 61 Penn Military 35
Lenoir Hhyne 79 North Carolina
78. (3 overtimes)

MATT MANN
... coach playing host
* * *

man on;
as long
start of

a team could have to wait
as 25 seconds after the
the race.

The 50-yard free style handi-
cap for boys under 14 should
provide a few surprises. The
youngsters are entirely capable
of turning in fast times. Adolf
Keifer, who is appearing on the
program Saturday, set an Olym-
pic back stroke record when he
was 16.
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