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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1950

TIHE. MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Faces Unbeaten Princeton Six lT

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Senior Line
Sparks Good
TigerOutfit
By KEITH MILLER
An undefeated Princeton sextet
will make its initial appearance
beyond the Appalachians since
1935 when it meets the Wolverines
in the first of a two game Friday-
Saturday series at the Coliseum
tonight.
Both contests will commence at
the usual 8:00 p.m. starting time.
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HERALDED as the best Tiger
outfit since 1941 when it won the
Quadrangular League -champion-
ship, Princeton is undefeated in
two starts. Michigan downed the
Detroit Auto Club in its lone game.
The Princeton Alumni and
the New York Athletic Club were
the Tiger victims by the scores
of 12-1 and 5-4 respectively.
The Wolverines stopped the
Orange and Black last season 8-5
with Gil Burford netting four
goals and Neil Celley hitting for
three tallies.
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COACH Dick Vaughan's top line
of this campaign composed of
t Don Mathey at center and Ernie
Montgomery and captainCharles
Weeden at the wings notched four
goals in the Wolverine triumph
over the Tigers.
In addition to this all-senior
trio, Vaughan possesses another
dangerous scoring threesome in
sophomores Hank Bothfield, Bill
Gall, and Gene Cleaves.
Defensive assignments will be
handled by four letter winners.
Alex Mills will pair with John
Bryan while Cabell Woodward and
John Hoffman will form a second
rear guard force. All but Hoffman
stand over six feet.
THE GOAL TENDER will prob-
ably be Jim O'Neil, last year's net
minder for the Tigers.
Coach Vic Heyliger will start
his top line of John Mathefts at
center with Gil Burford and Neil
Celley at the Kings. Limited to
three. defensemen because of the
loss of Eddie May, Heyliger will
statrt Bob Healhcott and Graham
Cragg;
Protecting"the goal will be Hal
Downes, who has recovered from
a touch of the flu which he in-
curred last week.

'M' Rose Bowl Traveling Squad Named

TIGER TWOSOME-Don Mathey (left) and Captain Charles
Weeden (right), starting forwards in Princeton's all-senior line, <
return to harrass the Wolverine pucksters. Last year Mathey push-
ed two scores into.the Michigan nets while Weeden accounted for
one, but these'efforts didn't prove great enough as the Maize and
Blue pounded out an 8-5 victory. This year, however, the Tigers
possess an even stronger squad which is expected to provide lots
of trouble.
NO BREEZE:
Toledo Grapplers Paced
By YMCA Title Holders}
Michigan's wrestlers expect no send Floyd Gadt to the mats.
breather against Toledo in the Gadt, although only a sopho-
opening match of the 1950-51 more, is another YMCA product
grappling campaign tomorrow ev- who placed second in the nation-
ening. al tourney last season.
The Rockets are coming to town The 137 and 157 weight classes!
with an experienced aggregation, are filled by two Ohio YMCA title-
liberally sprinkled with YMCA holders, Bill Schmidt and Earl
championssandrunners-up and Courtright, respectively.
expect to give the Michigan mat- Frank Baungartner, another
men plenty of worries. Sophomore from Toledo is starter
for the Rockets at 167 pounds.,
Baungartner battled his way to a'
TOP MAN of the Toledo mat third in last winter's national,
aggregation is Harry Lanzi, unde- YMCA tournament.

Press Split,
On Grid TV
Difficulties'
NEW YORK-(AP)-Is television
a menace or a boon to college foot-
ball?
Does it offer greater threat to
the small, ivy clad institutions
than it does to the big, walloping
universities with 140-piece bands?
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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS has
attempted to answer both ques-
tions through a poll of the na-
tion's football writers and sports
casters, as a public service to the
hundreds of athletic directors who
are awaking nightly in a cold
sweat.
The ballots are in-a bushel
basket of them--and it must be
admitted at the outset that the
results are discouraging. The ex-
perts don't know. That is, they
are split up so many ways it is
impossible to place a finger on
what they do think. The athletic
directors will have to handle
their own hot potato.
A count shows there are at least
184 writers and radiomen who feel
that television, if left unbridled.
will spell the doom of college foot-
ball. Only trouble is, some of them
think it will destroy only the lit-
tle fellows; other that the big
schools are in the greater danger.
A whopping 168 declare their
opinion that football TV isn't
going to hurt anybody at the
gate. Many of the number, in
fact, see in the new art a sales
force which will in time create
thousands of new fans and force
schools to build bigger stadiums.
The remainder of theballoteers
decline to take a firm stand one
way or the other, stating frankly
that they don't have the foggiest
idea what television will do to foot-
ball, or saying it depends upon
which section of the country you
Imean.,

Michigan's 1950 Rose Bowl
squad continued practice in the
cramped quarters of Yost Field-
house yesterday with the chief
emphasis on contact work.
Earlier in the day Coach Bennie
Oosterbaan officially announced
the names of the 44 Wolverine
gridders who will make the trip
to Pasadena for the Rose Bowl
game. They will leave for the Coast
Monday.
IN AN EFFORT to strengthen
and toughen muscles without
causing further injuries, no out-
side drills have been held except-
ing a brief running session early
in the week.
Despite running on the hard
ground in the Field House and
over the frozen turf outside,
none of the key injuries which
plagued several Wolverine start-
ers during the season have been
aggravated:
Chief concern centers about Don
Dufek, Leo Koceski, and Rog Zat-
koff, all of whom suffered leg in-
juries of one sort or another dur-
ing the season.
. But by indications from the
drills all three Wolverines seem
to be in top shape as they ran
through practice with the re-
maining members of the squad
without noticeable difficulty.
The Rose Bowl traveling squad k
ENDS-Harry Allis, Oswald Clark,
Merritt Green, Lowell Perry, Frederick
Pickard, Leslie Popp, Bud Reeme.
TACKLES-Bruce Bartholomew, John
Hess, Tom Johnson, William Ohlenroth,
Ben Pederson, Dick Strozewski, Capt.
Allen Wahl
GUARDS - Donald Dugger, Allen
Jackson, Thomas Kelsey, Peter Kinyon,

Eleven Continues Light Drills;
Depart for West Coast Monday

-AP News Photo
AWARD WINNER-Vic Janowicz, Ohio State University halfback,
poses with the Heisman trophy at New York which is emblematic
of the outstanding college football player of the year.

Wings 4, Brtins 21
By The Associated Press
Detroit climbed another rung in
its fight for the National Hockey
League lead with a dully played
4-2 win over Boston's Bruins last
night at Detroit.
Meanwhile at Chicago the To-:
ronto Maple Leafs kept pace with
the Red Wing surge by trouncing
the Black Hawks, 7-1.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Wilberforce State (Ohio) 87
CCNY 59 Washington State 43
North Carolina State 65 East-
ern Kentucky 64 (overtime)
West Virginia Tech 65'Davis
& Elkins 591
Kentucky 85 ,Florida 37
Western Kentucky 103 Tampa
70
Missouri 50 Texas Christian 45
LIU 75 Georgetown 66
Toledo 73 Niagara 70

feated heavyweight who holds the
YMCA National Title. -Rted by
many experts as the best wrestler
in the United States, regardless of
class, Lanzi, a native of Newton,
N. J. will be favored to conquer
Michigan heavy Art Dunne in
their match.$
At 177 pounds, the Rockets will

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 2)
Omicron Pi, Alpha Phi, Alpha Xi'
Delta, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Gam-
ma, Gamma Phi Beta, Hiawatha
Club, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Phi Delta Phi, Phi
Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Tau,
Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma Chi, Sigma,
Phi Epsilon.,
December 16 -
Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Kappa
Kappa, Alpha Kappa, Psi, Alpha
Omega, Alpha Rho Chi, Alpha.
Sigma Phi, Betsy Barbour Hse.,
Chi Phi, Chi Psi, Cong. IDisc.
Guild, Delta Chi, Delta Sigma
Delta, Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Tau
Delta, Delta Zeta, East Quadran-
gle, Hawaii Club, Hayden Hse.,
Helen Newberry, Hinsdale Hse.,
Jordan Hall, Nakamura Co-op
Hse., Nelson House, Pi Lambda
Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa
Sigma, Phi Rho Sigma, Pi Beta

Phi, Psi Omega, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta
Tau, Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi, Sig-
ma Pi, Tau Delta Phi, Theta Del-
ta Chi, Triangle.
December 17 -
Delat Delta Delta, Inter-Co-op-
erative Council, Kappa Alpha
Theta, Phi Delta Phi, Sigma Chi,
Theta Xi.
Employment:
The Eli Lilly & Company an-'
nounces positions available for
candidates with a B.S. degree in'
pharmacy, chemistry, chemical
e n g i n e e r i n g, pharmaceutical
chemistry, bacteriology; M.S. de-
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ch e mi s t r y,chemistry, organic
chemistry; and Ph.D. degree in
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chemistry, physiology, biochemis-
try, and chemical engineering
(Continued on Page 4)

IN THE lighter weights, the
Rockets are anchored by another
third place finisher in nation-wide
YMCA competition, Jack Shire
who grapples at 130 pounds.
These men will spark a tough
Toledo squad which will be out
for Wolverine hides, tomorrow
night, to avenge last season's 25-9
licking at the hands of the Keen-
men.
Tomorrow's match will be the
only pre-Christmas competition
for the Maize and Bluc matmen,
who are scheduled for another
home go on January 6th. At that
time, Pittsburgh will furnish the
opposition.
LATE BASKETBALL SCORES
Tri-State 64 Detroit Tech 53
William and Mary 70 Hamp-
den-Sydney 46
South Carolina 94 Furman 42
Stetson 105 College of Charles-
ton 44
Buffalo 54 Delaware 38
Marietta 70 Steubenville 51
Lincoln 70 Franklin & Mar-
shall 46
Catholic U. 82 Randolph-Ma-
con 73

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