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SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DMTLV

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M' Cagers Meet Iowa

Tonight

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western Conference Foe

-Daily-Ed Kozma
NO GOAL-Michigan Defenseman Graham Cragg turns aside a
shot by Montreal's ace right wing, "Frenchy" Giguer, as goalie
Jack MoDonald watthes from the nets. Giguer scored twice for
winners.

* * * *

By HAROLD TANNER
Emerging from a nine game
non-conference slate with a sairly
creditable record of six wins,
Michigan's c a g e r s embark on
what promises to be a rugged 12
game Big Nine slate tonight when
they entertain the Iowa Hawk-
eyes.
Gametime for the opening con-
ferenrce clash in Yost Field House
t.a5 }: v set for 7:30.
TFE HAWKEYES present a
toumidabie opening ga nid opp-n..
e .t. for the Wolverinre as they
,rjn- a record of eig it wins and
or e lst a string of s~x straig:t
t. r, 1r:s and a ji p)ia -per -
g',- a-,erage into Ain Arbor.
I- was lone setback came .0l
ti l, l:rds of Lawroui"e Teci,
54-19 :n the third g:me of the
s.-:ii.t Since then the Hawvk-
:Yc tient has rot" etotwivin
t. LI.pbs over Oregon and single
vicirie over Wescin Reserve.
NotreT Dame, Carnegi Teb,
ad Utah State.
Outstanding performer so far
this season for the Hawks has
been six-foot, seven-inch center
Frank Calsbeek, with .147 points
for a 16.3 average. Cais beek
hooped 29 points to pace the
Hawks in their 63-62 victory over
Michigan last year.
* * ,*
RUNNERUP to Calsbeek in the
scoring parade is forward Bob
Vollers with a 14.7 average. Vol-
lers, only other reguiar returning
from the '48-'49 array, has cli,.ed

Smith, 'urford, assey
'Tally in '31' Hockey Loss

(Continued from Page 1)
goal mouth to Burford who ram-
pied it home easily.
RAY FLYNN narrowed the count
x at 19:02 with an unassisted tally
from the far right corner that de-
flected off Goalie Jack McDonald's
tick.
But in the final session the in-
* ,.vading Canadians dominated the
play practically throughout with
Gigeur getting two quick mark-
}'ers at 2:49 and 3:39.
The classy Carabin right-winger
trilled the puck from about 15 feet
for his first tally. No assist was
given on the play.
A THE TIE BREAKER came a lit-
tle later when Gigeur pickedI the .
,puck off the boards and cleanly
beat McDonald from about 30 feet.
The going was a little faster
"and rougher 'il the period rolled
past the half-way mark, but the
Wolverines could not get 11ast
the stout Montreal defense.
Albert Day increased the margin
to 4-2 at 14:15 when he blasted
one into the rigging from his right
wing at about ten feet. The score
dulminated some nice passing be-
tween the onrushinig Carabin line.
The Holverines turned on the
. pressure in the waning moments
of the contest, but the Montreal
defensemen were content to lay
back and protect their margin.
Al Bassey finally connected at
9 :35 to give Michigan one last

chance for a tie and keep the fans
in their seats. The play followed
a scramble in the Montreal zone in
which Bassey grabbed a loose puck
and golfed it from about 30 feet
out in front of the crease.
Auger turnea aside 28 attempts
by the Holverines while McDon-
ald was called on to make 22
saves. Defensemen Ross Smith and
Graham Cragg sparkled for the
losers with some nice stick work
and checking.

on 37.5 per cent of his field. goal
Rounding out the first five for
the invading Iowans are Ever-
ett Cochrane at -forward and
IRobert Schulz and Robert Clif-
ton at guards. Cochrane at six-
three and Clifton at six-three
combine with Calsbeek to give
the Iowans plenty af leight un-
der the boards.
Although their record is not as
impressive as that of the Iowans
and other Big Nine schools, the
Wolverines have displayed flashes
of brilliance in their pre-confer-
ence slate.
THE MAIZE and Blue hold the
only victory recorded over North
Carolina State this year and al-
though rated an underdog won
the consolation round of the Big
Seven tourney after dropping a
Michigan's home basketball
floor will look quite "rah-rah"
for tonight's game with the
Iowa Hawkfyes.
The out-of-bounds= area of
the fieldhouse court has been
painted blue. The center circle
is also blue with a yellow M'
super-imposed on it. Addition-
al flood lights have been in-
stalled to illuminate the court.
one-point decision to champion
Missouri in the opener. The other
two defeats were inflicted by To-
ledo and North Carolina State.
Coach Ernie McCoy has sig-
nified his intention to string
along with the same starting
five that brought home the
goods in the final two games of
the Big Seven tourney.
This quint finds Captain Mack
Suprunowicz and Don McIntosh
at forwards, Leo VanderKuy at
center, and Hal Morrill and
Charlie Murray in the backcourt.
Suprunowicz and VanderKuy are
the lone regulars returning from
last year's Wolverine team that
annexed third place in the con-
ference.
Top reserves almost sure to see
action are Jima Skala, soph for-
ward, and Bill Doyle and Bob Ol-
son, guards.

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By JERRY BALBUS.
Fresh from their victory over
Toledo, the Michigan wrestling
team will have its first real test
of the season against a strong
Purdue sqiuad, defending Con-
ference champs, at 3:00 p.m. to-
day at Yost Field House.
The Boilermakers will send to
the mats a team that has lost
only one man from last year's
squad which took the Conference
championship and national hon-
ors. It will be the Boilermakers'
first outing of the season.
CAPTAINING the Gold and
Black team is Arnold Plaza, the
outstanding 121-pound college
wrestler in the nation. Last year,
he not only took the Conference
title but also the NCAA and was
captain of the All-American
wrestling team.
Plaza will take an undefeated
record of 21 straight victories
in dual competition on to the
mats with him when he faces
Brad Stone, Wolverine varsity
wrestler at 121 pounds.
Another Conference titleholder
for Purdue is Joe Pastascil, 128
pound champ. Pastascil .meets
Larry Nelson, star sophomore who
won his first varsity match
against Toledo last week by pin-
Iing his -opponent in the second
period .
THEt WOLVERINES also boast
of two Conference titleholders,
both of whom are wrestling in
the next higher weight class this
year.
Jim Shmith, captain of the
Maize and Blue matmen and
136-pound Conference champ,
will face Joe Paratore in the
145-pound tussle.
Michigan's other champion is
Jack Powers in the 165-pound
class. Powers, wrestling at. 175
pounds, will face Waldemar Van
Cott, Big Ten runner-up, last
year.
* * *
THE -136-POUND clash finds
Dave Space representing the Wol-
verines and Charles Farina for
the Blue and Gold if the latter
has recovered from a recent knee
injury.
Two switches will take place-
in the Michigan lineup. - Bill
Stapp, who wrestled at 165 last
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week and pinned his opponent,1
will face Co-Captain Henry
Detert in the 155-pound tussle.
Don O'Connell will be wrestling
at 165 this week, instead of 155.
IN THE heavyweight class
Coach Keen is still undecided as
to whom he will choose to wrestle
against'Purdue's Walter Silvestri.

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McCoy, Orwig Hope Cagers
Can Match '29 Performance

By GEORGE FLINT
History might conceivably re-
peat itself for two of Michigan's
brightest athletic stars this bas-
ketball season as Wolverine coach
Ernie McCoy and his assistant,
Bill Orwig, lead an up-and-down
squad into the Big Ten Title fight.
Twenty-one years ago, McCoy
as .captain and Orwig as a clever
forward led theMaizeand Blue
to a conference championship -
and when the season started no-
body had given them an outside
chance to do it. Now it's 1950 in-
stead of 1929, and the Orwig-
McCoy duo wil be sitting prayer-
fully op the bench as the curtain
is raised on the Big Ten net
drama.
THIS TIME they'll be counting
on such boys as Mack Supruno-
wicz and Leo VanderKuy to up-
set the applecarts of the contend-
ing .teams, Indiana, Illinois, Min-
nesota, and Wisconsin.
But in the 1928-29 season
the present Michigan coaches
were out on the floor turning
the trick themselves. After two
early season setbacks, the Mc-
Coy-led cagers came with a
rush, and the next-to-last con-
ference tilt found them breath-
ing down the necks of the first-
place Wisconsin Badgers.
The Wolverines had to turn
back Ohio State's rough-and-
ready Buckeyes to force the Badg-
ers to a showdown in the final
game, and it was the Orwig-
McCoy combine, that was in a
large measure responsible for a
teeth-rattling 27-26 win.
ORWIG'S aiazing passing and
timely scoring was the game's
feature, while the always steady
McCoy was a big factor in stop-
ping such Buckeye stars as Wes
Fesler, the present grid coach at
Ohio State.
As it turned out, the victory
over the Buckeyes presaged the
play of the much-improved
Wolverines in the titular battle

with Wisconsin. They whipped
the rangy Badgers, 37-22, to
close out a remarkable season
for a team that wasn't rated
good enough to grab a fourth in
the Big Ten campaign.
It's a good bet that Ernie and
Bill would welcome some of that
Frank Merriwell hocus-pocus as
they seek to improve last year's
third place position and possibly
- just possibly - garner a Con-
ference crown.
Pin Gridders
With Cheating
On Exams
WAKE FOREST, N.C.-(A')-
Wake Forest College lost six foot-
ball players yesterday after the
sextet had been accused of cheat-
ing on pre-Christmas tests.
Three were expelled and three
were placed on probation, but none
will be eligible to play under the
Gold and Black colors again, the
Wake Forest Student Council an-
nounced.
* * *
THOSE EXPELLED were All-
Southern guard Ray Cicia of An-
sonai, Conn.; tackle Bill George of
Morrisville, Pa.; and reserve tackle
George Sniscak of Lansford, Pa.,
said a college spokesman.
Plabced on probation were:
All-Southern halfback Bill Gre-
gus of Toledo, O.; Bill Whilhimy,
sub halfback from Ansonia,
Conn., and Dick Medlecot, sub
guard from Bethlehem, Pa.
All of the six had at least one
more year of eligibility.

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