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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1950 PAQE

Hawaiians,

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Volleyball

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Track Squad LOOK OUT CITY COLLEGE:
To Run Xmas 'M' Five Shows Coi
Time TroalS hBy TED AE
Tim e trials The Michigan basketball team B l VO
earned for itself a measure of vin- Bow yv
dication in last weekend's whirl- To ]M eet J
Track fans will get their first wind hardwood action.
view of the 1951 Wolverine track After absorbing considerable In an announce
squad tonight at 7:00 p.m. at Yost abuse from the press and fans for day afternoon, t
Field House when the cindermen their alleged lack of playing abili- Club emphasized1
go through their paces in the an- ty, the Wolverines s t o r m e d no tickets for t
nual Christmas time trials. through with a resounding 58-37 Special will bes
The mile run will le the feature conquest of a favored Butler quin- fornia.
event, with Don McEwen, ace tet on the latter's home floor. Any students d
Michigan distance runner vieing Then they moved on to Raleigh portation,. wheth
with Aaron Gordon, John Ross, where they shocked the nation's or one-way eithi
frosh sensation, Bob Hall, Doug third ranked team, North Carolina cago or Los Ange
Parks and Al Jones. . State, before dropping a 65-62 chase their tick
Another top race will be the two overtime decision. advantage of thes
mile run, with Bob Hickman and * * * slon of the sales
George Christgnsen clashing for THESE PERFORMANCES were office in the Ac
winning honors recorded by a club which appear- Building will be
ed spotty as it lost its first two a.m. to 4:30 p.m
Also of special interest will be A r eetng r-
the debut of Fritz Nilsson, Swedish games and won its third. They A meeting of e
weight man, who 1s groomed to gave Michigan a current mark of ning to travel on~
taeuth slack due to gramey two victories against three defeats. ine Club's specialt
take up the slack due to Charley ..uled to take plac
Fonville's graduation. Nilsson is A juggling of the lineup ap- night in the Uni
a freshman and thus won't be able parently touched off the out- interest will bed
to be in, varsity competition until burst. Tom Tierman, six-foot- clarified by Larry
next year. one reserve from Kankakee, 11- m f hc

istant Improvement

yagers
T'onight
ement yester-
he Wolverine
the fact that
the Pasadena
sold in Cali-
esiring trans-
er round-trip
er from Chi-
les, may pur-
ets by taking
special exten-
speriod. The
Administration
open from 8
. today.
veryone plan-
the Wolver-
train is sched-
ce at 7:15 to-
on. Points of
discussed and
Bloch, chair-
s Special Trip

pack points with a cat-like man-
euver. His relentless fast break
eventually wore down Charlie Mur-
ray who was guarding him and
caused the latter to foul out
shortly after the overtime period
begin.
Skala caught fire in the sec-
ond half and jolted the eventual
winners with six long one-hand-
ers from the left side to push
the visitors intosa 50-44 lead
with eight minutes left.
In the late stages, however,
Michigan players showed the ef-
fects of travel and the pressure of
two consecutive contests. with
quick-breaking offenses.
Nevertheless, they came off with
a moral victory and sent a weary
State team to its dressing room
jubilant over a hard-fought deci-
sion.
THE WOLVERINES reverted to
strict control ball in contrast to
their opponents. The result was
satisfactory in view of the fact
that North Carolina went into the
game sporting an 85 point aver-
age.
If Michigan had elected to run
along with the Wolfpack the
score would probably h a v e
mounted considerably.
Victory over Butler was espe-
cially sweet because the local press
had billed the contest as a tune-
up for the impending Indiana
Classic. Michigan was lightly re-
garded at best.
After the debacle Bulldog coach
Tony Hinkle was publicly quoted as
being ready to bench his seniors
to give his youngsters a chance.
BUTLER'S SHOOTING percent-
age was the lowest of the year.
In addition the Bulldogshmuffed
18 of 29 chances at the free throw
line.
The Wolverines are still having
trouble on charity attempts them-
selves.

Foresters Fall
In Independent
Volleyball Tilt
By DICK SEWELL
A determined Hawaiian volley-
ball squad captured its second
straight Independent League title
last night by downing the For-
esters, 4-2, in the final round of
the championship playoffs.
The strong Forester outfit pro-
vided the stiffest of competition
for the winners, and three of the
games went into overtime periods
before they were decided.
THE PEPPERY Hawaiians got
off on the right foot by winning
the first game, 18-16. The woods-
men won the second and fourth
battles to keep in the contest, but
the not-to-be-denied Hawaiians
scored victories in the last two
contests to register their triumph.
This was the second time in
a row that the Hawaiians had
defeated the Foresters in volley-
ball finals.
The Hawaiians proved that a
good defense is the best offense
as they consistently made near
impossible returns: Sparking the
champs to victory were Larry
Wong, Wallace Tom and George
Chang who inspired their mates
with their fine play.
ED YOUNG, Forester captain,
was a thorn in the Hawaiian's side
all night, and he collaborated with
Howie Richmond, Sandy Jones
and John Basset to keep in the
fight.
The Presbyterians nosed out
Robert Owen, 4-3, to win the
second place playoff spot. The
score changed hands several
timesand all points were hotly
contested.
Hawaiians I coasted by Wes-
leyan at the long end of a 4-2
score to take the third place posi-
tion. The fourth place berth was
easily won by Michigan Christian
Fellowship who shut out Roger
Williams, 4-0.

Psi U Edges By Chi Psi
For Swim Crown, 30-27

By, GENE MACKEVICH
Sigma Phi Epsilon won their
their third consecutive volleyball
championship by defeating Phi
Delta Theta, 4-1, while Psi Ppsi-
lon replaced Theta Chi as the I-M
fraternity swimming champ by
knocking off Chi Psi, 30-27.
Sig Ep, lead by play-maker
Chuck Eden, had relatively little
trouble in getting by the Phi Delts.
After Eden and company took the
first two games of the four-out-
Freshman football numeral
winners of 1950 should report
to Wally Weber on Wednesday,
Thursday or Friday for a short
interview and to secure a copy
of the current squad picture.
-Wally Weber:
of-seven series, the losing sextet
showed a brief spurt of the flash
and teamwork that had earned
for them a play-off berth.
LEAD BY RON Fort and Earl
Keim, Phi Delt fought to a 15-13
win in the third game. But for
the remaining two games, it was
all Sigma Phi Epsilon again.
Other 'important squad members
responsible for their team's third
consecutive volleyball champion-
ship were Fred Auch, Dave Cam-
bell, Bob Ohiheiser, Chick Cast
and Ross Pfalzgraff.
Psi Upsilon downed a stub-
This Week
BASKETBALL
Dec. 22-Stanford University.
at Ann Arbor at 7:30 p.m.
HOCKEY
Dec. 21-Western Ontario
University at Ann Arbor at
8:00 p.m.
Dec. 22-Western Ontario
University at Ann Arbor at
8: 00 p.M.

born Chi Psi tank squad by three
points to capture the fraternity
swim crown.
The victors jumped off to a
four point lead by copping the
opening 100-yard relay event. Tony
Bandyk, Dave Hunt, Bill Huf-
ferd and John Hunt won with a
:47.3 clocking, a touch ahead of
the losers.
* * *
FOR THE WINNERS Bandyk
took the 50-yard free-style event,
while Hufferd and Pete Shaw cap-
tured one-two positions in the 25-
yard free-style race.
Chuck Kolb and Bill Parshall
captured first places in the 25-
yard breast and back strokes, re-
spectively, for Chi Psi. Parshall,
Kolb and Bill Diener completed
the duel meet by winning the 75-
yard medley relay for the losers.
Red Wings Win, 6-1
DETROIT -(AP)- Detroit's Red
Wings crept to within a point of
the National Hockey League-lead-
ing Toronto Maple Leafs last night
as they spanked the Chicago Black
Hawks, 6 to 1, in a one-sided game
before 10,038 fans.

Bo MeMillin
QuitsLions
DETROIT-(P) --White-haired
Alvin "Bo" McMillin, head coach
and general manager of the De-
troit Lions, resigned from the Na-
tional Football League club yes-
terday.
"Bo" in a three page announce-
ment paid tribute "to a number of
directors and stockholders who
supported me and have been for
the Lions, win, lose or draw and
who worked,-not talked-a good
game."
Edwin J. Anderson, president
of the football club, said an
"amicable settlement" had been.,
reached on McMillin's contract,
which called for $30,000 a sea-
son.
McMillin's surprise announce-
ment came after weeks of behind
the scenes activity in which a large
anti-McMillin faction within the
management worked for his dis-
placement.
There was no immediate an-
nouncement as to his successor,
but Anderson said he expected it
would come within 48 hours.
McMillin had been under fire
since mid-season when his team
skidded to three straight defeats.
It finished strong for a 6-6 record.

SPORTS
Night Editor: BOB VOKAC

linois, and Bob Olson cracked
the starting five in both events
and injected the fight germ into
their teammates.
Tiernan teamed up with Jim
Skala at forward and took advan-
tage of his opportunity by whip-
ping 26 points through the net-
ting, 16 of them against State.
OLSON BOUNCED back for a

Committee.

UIULP a

second try at
debut against
was a tower
bounding and
the Wolfpack

guard after a shaky
Toledo recently and
of strength in re-
ball control. Against
he played from the

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Conjinued from Page 2)
Events Today
Wesley Foundation: Do-Drop-
In, 4 p.m.
Roger Williams Guild: Christ-
mas Tea at the Guild House, 4:30-
6 p.m.f
Lutheran Student Association
Caroling Party: Meet at the Stu-
dent Center, 1304 Hill Street, at
7:30 p.m.
University Lutheran Chapel and
Gamma Delta will have -"Carols
by Candlelight" in the Chapel at
8:30 p.m., followed by Pastor and
Mrs. Schelps' annual Christmas
Tea.
Michigan Christian Fellowship:
Bible Study, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall
(Fireside Room). Topic: Romans,
chapter twelve.
Congregational, Disciple, Evan-
gelical and Reformed Guild: Sup-
per Discussion, Guild House, 5:30
p.m. Phone 5838 for reservations.
W.A.A. Square and Folk Dance
Club, Meeting' in W.A.B., 7:30-
9:45 p.m.
The English Journal Club: 8 p.-
m., East Conference Room, Rack-
ham Bldg. Symposium on Love's
Labours Lost. Panel: Kenneth
Wilson, Saul Maloff, Merle Brown
and Father Brennan. Moderator:
Harold Orel.

Hillel: Meeting, 5 p.m., Lane
Hall, to organize a Hillel film so-
ciety and series of films for the
coming semester. Interested mem-
bers or prospective members are
invited.
Bridge Tournament: Union, 7:30
p.m.
Research Club: Meeting, 8 p.m.,
Rackham Amphitheatre. Papers:
"The Structure of Thin Films on
Solids," by Lawrence 0. Brock-
way, Professor of Chemistry.
"Language Living and Dead:
Comments on Decent Develop-
ments in Understanding Elamite
and Persian," by George G. Cam-
eron, Professor of Near Eastern
Cultures and Chairman of the De-
partment of Near Eastern Studies.
Undergraduate Botany Club:
Meet at the home of Prof. E. U.
Clover, 1522 Hill, 7:30 p.m.
Tau Beta Sigma: Meeting, 7 p.-
m., Harris Hall.
Michigan Arts Chorale: Meet
at Lane Hall at 7 p.m. to go Car-
oling. Girls have 12 o'clock per-
mission.
Greek Students' Association.
Christmas Party at the Interna-
tional Center, 8:15 p.m. Movies
and special program.
Sociedad Hispanica: A n n u a 1
Christmas party, 8 p.m., Grand
(Continued on Page 5)

opening whistle until he fouled out
wiith four minutes of regulation
time left.
The spirit of that pair carried
over to big Leo VanderKuy who
has been accused on occasion of
lethargic cage performances. He
turned in two of his most in-
spired efforts defensively as well
as on attack.
If Leo can sustain that attitude
many of Michigan's basketball
worries will be at an end.
NORTH CAROLINA'S All-
American, Sam Ranzino, was a
one-man gang and earned the vic-
tory with a sterling exhibition of
finesse in every phase of the game.
He was constantly ready to con-
vert a Wolverine error into Wolf-

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