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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NATIONAL SPORT TRAIL:
Minor Leagues Vote Down Bonus Rule

By The Associated Press
ST. PETERSBURG -- (P) -The
Sbonus rule was scuttled by base-
ball's Minor Leagues yesterday by
unanimous vote.
At the end of a lengthy closed
session it was announced that
George Trautman, president of
the National Association of Minor
Leagues, had been voted a new
five-year contract.
Salary remained the same at
$35,000 yearly. Trautman's old
contract still had a year to go,
but the Minors scrapped it.
The Largest
Display of
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with your name
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and up
ULRICH'S

Some 43 big leaguers, 25 in the
National and 18 in the American,
will be vitally affected if the Ma-
jors do the expected and also toss
out the bonus next week.
MONTGOMERY, ALA.-
Two powerful teams, complete
except for two Yankee stars, have
been chosen for the 1950 Blue-
Gray grid classic here Dec. 30.
Northern coaches Ray Eliot of
Illinois, George Munger of Penn
and Rip Engel of Penn State said
they expect to fill out their 24-
player Blue squad in the next day
or two.
TheGrays boast an All-Ameri-
can passing combination - Ala-
bama's Eddie Salem to Army End
Dan Foldberg.
Four standouts who made either
the first or second all-Big-Ten
teams this year will help man the
rough Yankee forewall.
They are end Eony Climek,
tackle Al Tate and guard Char-
les Brown, all of Illinois, and
Tom Watson, Ohio State flank-
man.
Here is the Northern player
roster up to date:
ENDS - Louis Roberts, Penn;
John Smidansky, Penn State;
Tom Watson, Ohio State; Tony
Klimek, Illinois.
TACKLES - Rudy Cernoch,
Northwestern; Albert Tate, Illi-

nois; Lloyd Hill, Brown; Ray
Mantone, Villanova.
GUARDS - Charles Brown and
Leo Cahill of Illinois; Warren Da-
vis, Colgate; Cince Di Grande,
Cornell.
CENTERS - Ray Wietecha,'
Northwestern; Sam Greenawalt,
Penn.
BACKS - Dave Skrien, Minne-
sota; Bob Petruska, Wisconsin;
John Glorioso, Missouri; Dick
Flowers, Northwestern; Bill
Rhoads and Alan Corbo, Penn;
Vince O'Bara, Penn State; Chuck
Taylor, Cornell.
MINNEAPOLIS-Bud Wilkin-
son, football coach at the Univer-
sity of Oklahoma, yesterday
Hockey tickets will be sold
at the ticket office in the Ath-
letic Administration Building
from 8:30 to 4:30 p.m. today
and from 5 p.m. to game time
at the Coliseum.
-Don Weir
turned down a similar post at the
University of Minnesota.
Ike Armstrong, athletic direc-
tor, said Wilkinson had told him
in person he was not in a position
to accept the head grid coaching
job, from which Bernie Bierman
resigned last month.
"President James L. Morrill, at
my request, also telephoned Wil-
kinsoni at Norman, Okla., but was
turned down," Armtsrong report-
ed. He said Dr. Morrill had also
talked with President Cross of
Oklahoma butwithoutsuccess.
Armstrong quoted Wilkinson as
saying he appreciated the chance
to return to Minnesota, his alma
mater, but that his contract had
three more years to run at Okla-
homa and carried a no-release
clause.
PRO HOCKEY
Boston 3, Montreal 0

Four Ex-Miehigan Stars
Spark Motor City Sextet
Heyliger's Squad Faces Rough Opposition;
Former Red Wing Bolsters Mowers' Crew
By BOB ROSENMAN Downes is expected to start i:
Michigan's Wolverines will op- Michigan goal.
en their 1950-51 hockey season to- In event anything happen
night when they face a star-stud- Downes, Heyliger will call or
ed Detroit Auto Club at the Coli- ward Earl Keyes to move int
seum in a game scheduled to get goal tender spot. Such a
under way at 8 p.m. would necessitate shifting
The contest, marking the inau-
guration of Michigan's 30th sea- j .
son of hockey competition and uI1 k Givers
the 7th since Vic Heyligerstook
over the helm of the Wolverines, M P R t n
promises to be one of the most in- M P atin
teresting and hard-fought games CHICAGO-P)-The Ch
of the year,
* * go Tribune said last night f
Don Dufek, Michigan's I
hALL TOLD, six ex-Michigan back, had been selected by
hockey stars and one former De- baadesetedbs
troit Red Wing great are listed on teammates as their "most
the roster of the Auto Club, a uable" 1950 football player
member of the International The Tribune annually c
Hockey League. ducts a contest among Big
schools for the conferer
Of the six Wolverines playing most valuable player. Di
for the Auto Club sextet, two- will compete with eight o
Al Renfrew and Connie Hill- team selections for the I
are not expected to be in uni- award.
form, since they will probably
be broadcasting the game over fenseman Eddie May into
a local radio station. niion vaen hv yemm

DOWN AND OUT-Nick Barone is on the canvas kayoed in the
11th round by Heavyweight Champion Ezzard Charles at Cin-
cinnati, Ohio. Charles, who is making his first title defense since
his fight with Joe Louis, stands over the challenger.
COAST WANTS CHANGE:
New Bowl Agreement
TopsBig Ten Agenda

NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD'S
Wild's
Santa
offers-
FRIDAY'S FAVORITES - Accessor r
Any man will place these essential accessories among his
favorites. A welcome gift for this Holiday season will be a
selection from our excellent collection of leather goods and
jewelry.
Dopp-Kit, weekend kit, top grain cowhide.........$10.00
Prince Gardner' billfolds withrconcealed money
pocket, removable picture case .... ....$5.00
Leather jewel boxes ........................ $5.00
His Zodiac sign on. a tie holder and cuff link set ... .$5.00
NLWILD S MJ
ttnte Street on the Campus

By ROGER GREENBERG
When they start discussing re-
newal of the Rose Bowl Agreement
at the Big Ten winter meeting now
going on in Chicago, chances are
the main points of contention will
be tickets, automatic qualification

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN)

The Daily Official Bulletin is an
official publication of the University
of Michigan for which the Michigan
Daily assumes~ no editorial responsi-
bility. Publ ation in it is construc-
tive notice to all members of the Uni-
versity. Notices should be sent in
TYPEWRITTEN form to Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3 p.m. on
the day preceding publication (11 a.-
m. Saturdays).
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1950
VOL. LXI, No. 63
Notices
Instructors of Engineering
Freshmen: Ten-week grades for

SEMI-ANNUAL

Engineering Freshmen are now
due in Dean Crawford's Office.
School of Education faculty
meeting will be held on Monday,
December 11, at 4:15 p.m., in the
University Elementary School Li-
brary.
Scholarships. The American In-
stitute for Economic Research of
Great Barrington, Massachusetts,
announces an increased number of
fellowships to be awarded next
spring. Undergraduate and grad-
uate students should write for ap-
plication blanks which should be
submitted as soon as practicable.
Transcripts of college records may
be supplemented shortly after the
end of the present term by a state-
ment of grades for courses now be-
ing taken. The closing date for ap-
plications will be March 1, 1951,
and applications will be processed
in the order of receipt. Awards
will be made about April 1, 1951.
For further information and ap-
plications call at the Bureau of
Appointments, Room 3528, Admin-
istration Bldg.
List of approved social events
for the coming week-end:,
December 8 -
Am. Society.Civil Engr., Kappa
Delta, Martha Cook, Sr. Class-
School of Nursing, Zeta Tau Al-
pha.
December 9 -
Acacia, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha
Kappa Kappa, Beta Theta Pi, Chi
Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Tau
(Continued on Page 4)

of the champion, and spring prac-
tice limitations.
The present pact with the Paci-
fic Coast Conference expires af-
ter the New Year's Day meeting
between Michigan and California.
* * *
IN THE renewal pact, the Big
Ten will demand a sizeable in-
crease in the number of tickets
consigned to its representatives.
The present allotment of 14,500
has proven to be wholly inadequate
to meet the student and alumni
obligations of t h e contending
team.
The Coast Conference main
point of debate will be over get-
ting the Big Ten champion au-
tomatically selected by the Rose
Bowl in any renewal agreement.
On this point it has probably
been agitated by the California
sportswriters.
As things now stand, a Big Ten
team can only go to Pasadena once
in every three years.
"MARC IA"
Copyrght, MID.WEST "
1947, y " °" eaitires, inc. 4

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The other four, however, Wally
Gacek, Ross Smith, Lou. Paolatto,
and Bob Fleming, will be in action
against their former teammates.
In addition, Carl Liscomb, an ex-
Red Wing, will also assist in giv-
ing the Wolverines their first, and
probablyhone of their toughest,
tests of the year.
Coach Johnny Mowers, who.
tended goal for the Re Wings
until the advent of Harry Lumley
in 1944, will probably start a front
line composed of Gacek at center,
and Carl Evans and Harvey Raney
at the wing positions.
S* *
DEFENSIVELY, little Ross
Smith, a collegiate All-American
for Michigan last year, plus
Fleming and Paolatto will be
available.
Mowers will have two goalies
available for duty against the
Wolverines, Fred Sparks and Bob
Fisher, though Sparks will get the
starting nod.
Heyliger will not be so well
off, however, since his only
regular goalie, Hal Downes, has
just recovered from an attack
of the flu that had him con-
fined to Health Service for a
short spell.
Despite his weakened condition,

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