FMIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1949
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Trophy at stake. This year,
however, the Windy City date
has been cancelled due to diffi-
culties in securing the Chicago
Wolverine mentor Vic Heyliger
intends to use practically the
same combinations that swamped
McMaster in the season opener in
attempting to add to the Michi-
gan successes of the past two
THE FRONT line of Neil Celley,
Gil Burford and Wally Grant,
which racked up 15 points against
McMaster on eight goals and sev-
en assists, will get another chance
to add to their honors under the
pressure of the Blues' high-scor-
ing forward trio.
To stop the powerful Toronto
attack will be the everdeadly
Ross Smith and sophomore Gra-
ham Cragg alternating with Bob.
* Flemming and Eddie May, who
combined with goalie Jack Mc-
Donald to provide no end of
frustration for McMaster's of-
fensive attack last week.
During the vacation period
Michigan will be host to Brown
University in a two game series
Dec. 21 and 22. Three away games
complete the Wolverines' holiday
schedule-another series of two
games with North Dakota Dec. 28
and 29 and a New Year's Eve en-
gagement with the Sarnia Hockey
Close to Trade
WASHINGTON - (R) - The
Washington Senators and New
York Yankees were closer than
ever to making a trade late yes-
Only a secondary player on
each team is holding up the four-
for-two transaction which would
send first baseman Eddie Robin-
son, and another Senator to the
Yankees in exchange for George
(Snuffy) Stirnweiss, Dick Kry-
Koski, Don Johnson and an un-
'M' Flies South To Battle
N. Carolina State Quintet
Rejuvenated Wolverine Five Faces Tough
Foes as Guest in Missouri Valley Tourney
By TED PAPES
Wednesday night's surprising
basketball developments have made
possible a Merry Christmas for
everyone associated with the Mich-
igan cage squad.
It is an entirely different team
which is now busily preparing it-
self for a series of holiday court
engagements preliminary to the
opening of the 1950 Western Con-
ference campaign in January.
CARRYING THE impetus it
gained from the 73-48 rout of
highly regarded Butler, Michigan
will carry the fight to Raleigh,
where the Wolverines meet North
Carolina State in two games on
December 19th and 20th. The trip
will be made by air.
The travelling squad was list-
ed yesterday. It includes guards
Hal Morrill, Chuck Murray, Bob
Olson, Bill Doyle, and Tom Tier-
nan; forwards Jim Skala, Don
McIntosh, Mack Suprunowicz;
COLLEGE TRY-Jimmy Doyle,
Butler guard, jumps high in the
air, attempting to block a shot
of Michigan's Mack Supruno-
wicz in Wednesday's game at
Yost Field House.
centers Lee Vander Kuy and Irv
Wisniewski; and reserves Al
Martin, Les Popp, Bill Putich,
and Dick Frame.
Upon their return the Wolver-
ines will disband for an abbreviat-
Three Michigan, Men
In Post-Season Tilts
Michigan will have represen-
tatives in three post season
classics to be played during the
holidays. Center Bob Erben is
playing in the North-South
game, Dick Kempthorn and
Wally Teninga in the East-
West, and Lloyd Heneveld in
the Blue-Grey game.
ed celebration of Christmas, then
resume hard work in anticipation
of the Big Seven Meet at Kansas
City, December 27-30.
THIS YEAR Michigan is the
guest team of that conference for
its annual tournament.
Against the Butler Bulldogs
the Wolverines made few mis-
takes. Every variety of shot from
everywhere on the floor seemed
to find the range of Michigan's
basket. Captain Suprunowicz
finally broke loose with some of
his typical high-scoring antics
and provided the needed spark
McIntosh had another excellent
performance. He showed himself
capable both at the center posi-
tion and at forward. Jim Skala
continued to improve and will be-
come a big threat when he acquires
a bit more experience.
But the most heartening per-
formance was turned in by Michi-
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Canham's Trakmen Finish
Time Trials, Head for Homne
TODAY and SATURDAY
rWestrnun-Law Days !
It's a well-earned rest that both
Coach Don Canham and his in-
door track squad will receive when
they head home today.
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AS THEY finished fall and early
winter workouts with their annual
Christmas time trials last night,
Art Henrie, Canham's ace sprint-
er was nosed out in the sixty by
fast-stepping John Wilcox.
Henrie proved his versatility,
however, by topping the field of
In the broad jump, Wally Atchi-
son, sophomore who shows lots
of promise, jumped to the first
place slot, and Ed Ulvestad, hold-
er of the Michigan Varsity record,
cleared the best height in, the pole
CHARLIE FONVILLE displayed
his usual fast-stepping y.form as
he beat Pete Dendrinos in the
shot. Just how good Charlie will
be this year still remains a ques-
Jim Mitchell, sophomore hur-
dle ace last year, ran through a
couple of rapid flights in the highs
and lows, beating out his last
year's running mate, Don Hoover,
with Atchison running 'third in
* * *
THE GRADUATION of Herb
Barton has paved the way for
John Lindquist, letter-winner last
year, Garth Kirkendall and George
Jacobi, who finished in that order
in the half-mile last night.
Justin Williams, the team's
captain, won a special mile and
one-half race by outdistancing
Bruce Vreeland, letter-winner in
the two-mile last season.
Don McEwen, sensational soph-
omore distance man, won the mile
with ease as he beat a field of four
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NOW ad SAT.!
By GEORGE FLINT I
Tropical breezes and warm sun-
light will be the lot of twenty-six
members of the Michigan swim-
ming team during the next two
weeks, as Matt Mann's charges
journey to Fort Lauderdale,
Florida to participate in the an-
nual Swimming Forum of the
Collegiate Swimming Coaches As-
The forum, which lasts from
December 19th to 31st, will in-
clude discussions in stroke tech-
nique each morning, a giant
water show on Christmas day,
and an East-West meet on the
* * *
THE AFFAIR is
N JANE COWL
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 President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
on the day preceding publication
(11:00 a.nm. Saturdays).
FRIDAY, DEC. 16, 1949
VOL. LX., No. 70
Graduate School offices in the
Rackham building will not be open
on Sat., Dec. 24.
Dec. 24, and Saturday morning,
Closing hours in women's resi-
dences Jan. 2, 1950, will be 11 p.m.
Please post this notice.
Applications for fellowships and
scholarships in the G r a d u a t e
School for 1950-51 are available in
the offices of the Graduate School,
Rackham Building. Students in-
tending to apply, or to renew a
previous application, are asked to
obtain the forms as soon as pos-
sible. Competition closes Feb. 15,
Library hours, Christmas vaca-
tion: During Dec. 16 andbJan. 2,
the General Library will be open
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. with the ex-
ception of the periods from Satur-
day to Monday, Dec. 24 to 26 and
Dec. 31 to Jan. 2.
The Divisional Libraries will be
open on short schedules, the usual
hours being 10-12 noon and 2-4
p.m. They will be closed Satur-
days, Dec. 24 and 31, and Mon-
days, Dec. 26 and Jan. 2. Schedules
will be posted on the doors.
Exceptions are as follows:
Architecture Library, closed Dec.
Astronomy Library, closed Dec.
Chemistry Library, closed Dec.
Dentistry Library, 9-12 noon
and 1-4:30 p.m.
East Engineering Library and
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jointly by the Coaches Associa-
tion and the Fort Lauderdale
Chamber of Commerce. Chairmen
are Ed Kennedy, representing the
coaches, and Malcolm Carlisle,
representing the Fort Lauderdale
Approximately 250 athletes
from such schools as Purdue,
Ohio State, Iowa, Northwestern,
Yale, Duke, Cornell, North
Carolina,, and Georgia Tech will
take part in the festivities.
Michigan's delegation of twen-
ty-six is the largest at the forum.
The Wolverines will compete on
the side of the West in the big
meet on December 28th. Relays
of all types feature this meet,
which is more of a sectional
competition than an individual
THE MEET itself is held at the
municipal pool in Fort Lauder-
dale, while the discussions take
place at the Pine Crest School's
natatorium. Demonstrations of
new strokes and variations of old
ones are on the agenda for these
Michigan mentor Matt Mann
will be one of the discossion lead-
ers in the morning sessions,
handling the free-style stroke
problems and techniques. Other
well-known coaches who will lec-
ture on phases of the sport in-
clude Bob Kiphuth of Yale and
Dick Papenguth of Purdue.
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