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WHEN IM TALKING was inaugurated late last spring, a plea was
made for printable contributions from the readers. At first the
response was good, but as the column became established, reader coop-
eration gradually faded away.
So once again the plea goes out. It you have anything (and
we mean anything) that you consider interesting, and it faintly
resembles intramural news, send it in to The Daily, care of the
sports department. This should apply particularly to the athletic
managers of the various organizations, as they are responsible for
getting publicity for their respective outfits.
Until that glorious day arrives, however, when we will be buried
under an avalanche of reader responses, we shall continue to be the
chief dispenser of the straight scoop from Czar Earl Riskey's office.
One of the tasty tidbits ready for print is the latest IM news release
which states that all independent basketball teams should sign up in
the immediate future so that the schedule can be arranged.
Volleyball is in its final stages, folks, and some red-hot aggrega-
tions are scheduled to clash next week. The unbeaten Phi Delts (22-0)
will face an equally potent Pi Lamb squad (22-2) in one of the semi-
final tilts, while the ZBT's take on the Delts in the other match.
Adams House Volleyball Favorite
RESIDENCE HALL volleyball has one more round to play before the
playoff stage is reached. The heavy favorite is Adams House, which
has a current record of 24-0 and which has the distinction of being
undefeated during the last two seasons. This includes league play, the
playoffs and an exhibition series last year, and league play this year.
The All-Star football teams for the fraternity, residence hall and
independent leagues are in the final stages of selection, according to
high IM sources. Fraternity bowling will begin this weekend with
qualification rounds for all participants on Saturday and Sunday.
Although wrestling will not start until December 10, the workout
stage for that sport is in its last days.
If everything goes as planned, there will be a big faculty-
student night in intramural sports early next semester. The win-
ners of basketball titles in each of the leagues will play f aculty
squads, while matches will be held in volleyball, handball and
paddleball between selected students and faculty members. Final
arrangements still have to be made, but Commissioner Riskey
figures that such activity should further student-faculty relations.
The different method used in volleyball of selecting playoff op-
ponents met with considerable approval by intramural enthusiasts.
Formerly playoff teams were matched by drawing names out of a hat,
but now Riskey does the job. Under the old system poor teams could
draw a bye while the good clubs knocked each other off. As it is
now, the teams are seeded like tennis players in a tournament, and the
poor squads get eliminated at once.
* * * a
Acci Win Tan De

Illini and Stanf ord Place Six Mlen
On Mchigan 's All-Opponent Team

* * *

* * *

MSC Lands
Two Berths
On 1st Team
The two Rose Bowl teams, Illi-
nois and Stanford, dominated the
selections on Michigan's all-op-
ponents football team as chosen
by the 1951 Wolverines in a spe-
cial poll for The Daily.
Members of the Michigan var-
sity rated by position the eleven
best players they facedtall season.
From this balloting the eleven
leaders were ranked on the first
team with the runners up being
placed on the second string.
BOTH THE Illini and the In-
dians, ranked fourth and eighth
respectively, on " the Associated
Press poll, placed three men on
the first team while second-rank-
ing Michigan State put two men
on the first string.
The Wolverines showed a lik-
ing for the first name "Charles"
in picking three linemen from
Illinois on the first squad. They
were Chuck Ulrich at tackle,
Charles Studley at one of the
guard berths and Chuck Boerio
at center.
Boerio, a linebacker supreme, is
listed at center although he sees
action on defense entirely. He
was the only purely defensive
player to gain first team recogni-
STANFORD KEPT intact its
tremendous passing combination
of quarterback Gary Kerkorian
and end Bill McColl on the Mich-
igan-selected team and added
Norm Manoogian, a brilliant
guard, to the first squad.
Michigan State's All-Ameri-
cans, end Bob Carey and tackle
Don Coleman also rated tops
with the Wolverines for the
Spartans' first team represen-
The other first team berths went
to Iowa's great Bill Reichardt at
fullback, the durable Vic Janowicz
of Ohio State at one halfback po-
sition, and at the other Minne-
sota's sensational sophomore, Paul
Giel, the Big Ten's new total of-
fense record holder.
* * *
REICHARDT, who personally
accounted for m o r e yardage
against Michigan than the entire
Wolverine ground attack, was the
only player to be named on every
ballot. Pat Gedman, the second
team fullback was chosen as a
halfback by the Wolverines, but
was returned to his listed position
on this team.
Illinois, Indiana and Ohio State
practically ran away with the
second team by each landing three

Heyliger Rebuilds Wolverine Pucksters

. . . Minnesota triple threat . . . Stanford passer
First Team
Player Position School Ht. Wt.
Bob McColl (Senior) .............. End. . Stanford 6' 4" 225
Don Coleman (Senior) .......... Tackle. .MSC 5'10" 185
Chuck Studley (Senior) ......... Guard, . Illinois 5'11" 191
Chuck Boerio (Senior) .......... Center, .Illinois 5'11' 191
Norm Manoogian (Junior)......Guard.. Stanford 5'10" 197
Chuck Ulrich (Senior) .......... Tackle. . Illinois 6' 4" 219
Bob Carey (Senior) ...............End. .MSC 6' 5" 215
Gary Kerkorian (Senior) . .Quarterback. . Stanford 5'11" 182
Paul Giel (Sophomore).......Halfback..Minnesota 5'1" 185
Vic Janowicz (Senior)........Halfback,..OSU 5' 9" 181
Bill Reichardt (Senior)........Fullback. . Iowa 5'11" 205
SECOND TEAM-ENDS: Sherwin Gandee, OSU; Frank
Wodziak, Ill. TACKLES: Julius Wittman, OSU; Dick Logan,
OSU. GUARDS: Don MacRae, NU; Danny Thomas, Ind. CEN-
TER: Mel Becket, Ind. QUARTERBACK: Tom O'Connell, Ill.
HALFBACKS: Johnny Karras, Ill.; Vince Pisano, MSC. FULL-
BACK: Eugene Gedman, Ind.
Don Swartzendruber, Iowa; Bob Joslin, OSU; Bill Fenton, Iowa;
Don Dahoney, MSC. GUARDS: Thor Ronemus, OSU. CEN-
TERS: Wayne Robinson, Minn.; Ed Leo, Cornell. HALFBACKS:
Al Brosky, Ill.4

Hockey pucks have been rattling
around the Coliseum in ever-in-
creasing tempo the past month as
puck coach Vic Heyliger rebuilds
his NCAA Champion Michigan
squad for its season opener next
Wednesday at Michigan State.
The 1951-52 edition of the Wol-
verines will probably have eight
new names in the lineup to re-
place Neil Celley, Gil Burford
(one-two in scoring last year), Al
Bassey, and Joe Marmo, forwards,
and goalie Hal Downes who grad-
uated last spring.
NOT ONE of Michigan's three
high-scoring forward lines is left
intact from 1950-51, and Heyliger
has been busy fitting the new tal-
ent into combinations with veter-
ans Captain Earl Keyes, John
Matchefts, John McKennell, and
Eddie May.
I Defensively, the situation is
bright. Willard Ikola, highly
rated sophomore goalie, will more
than fill Downes' skates. De-
fensemen Bob Heathcott, Alex
McClellan, and Graham Cragg
are returning lettermen. ,This
trio is bolstered by sophomores
Reggie Shave and Jim Haas.
"Prospects are for better team
balance, with lower scoring games
this season," Heyliger says.
Heyliger has about settled on
three lines and two defense com-
bos, and, barring unforseen de-
velopments, these individuals will
make up the 15 man squad to face
CENTERING the first line will
be Keyes, who is probably the best
playmaker and most versatile man
on the squad. Last year Keyes was

** 5-Wednesday, Michigan State.
8-Saturday. MONTREAL, HERE
14-Friday-TORONTO,, HERE
15-Saturday, TORONTO, HERE
**2Thursday-DENVER, HERE
**21-Friday, DENVER, HERE
** 4-Friday, North Dakota, there I
** 5-Saturday, North Dakota, there
**1i...Friday, MINNESOTA, HERE
12-Saturday, MINNESOTA, HERE
**16-Wednesday, MSC, HERE{
**18-Friday, MINNESOTA, HERE
19-Saturday, MINNESOTA, HERE
** 8-Friday, Michigan Tech, there
9-Sat., Michigan Tech, there
**15-Friday, COLORADO, HERE
**16-SaturdayCCOLORADO, HERE
22-Friday, MC GILL, HERE
23-Saturday, MC GILL, HERE
29-Friday, Michigan State, there
1-Saturday, MSC, HERE
**Denotes games that count in the
standings of the newly formed
Midwestern Collegiate H o c k e y
fifth in team scoring with 18 goals
and 22 assists, but statistics are a
poor indication of the 155 pound
junior's real value. He kills pen-
alties, sets up plays, and has even
played goal on occasion.

Sophomore George Chin, a
Canadian speedster, has the nod
at right wing, while another
soph, Pat Cooney is Keyes' left
wing. Cooney has been slowed
recently by a groin injury,
The second line will include jun-
iors Matchefts and McKennell,
third and fourth highest scorers
last year. Matchefts, the center,
tallied 55 and McKennell bagged
53 points. Their right wing will be
Doug Philpot. An injured hand
has hampered Philpot in early
"MATCHEFTS looks even better
right now than he did at the end
of last year, and he should be a
big help," says Heyliger,
Eddie May is the only exper-
ienced hand on the third line,
and he played defense most of
last season. A senior, May is ex-
pected to play one wing of the
trio centered by Doug Mullen.
Ron Martinson is the other
Other forwards who may break
into the lineup as the season wears
on are holdovers Paul Pelow and
Gordie Naylor, plus Telly Mas-
carin, a freshman from Windsor.

Texas Loses To Aggies;
Marion Hired by Browns

By climaxing a dramatic come-
back with a win in the final event
on the program, Acacia swam to
a narrow 29-28 victory over ATO
last night in the IM building.
Trailing 25-23 going into the
medley relay, the Acacia team
gained the win when its medley
trio of Dan Dow, Bud Strout, and
Dick Osborne, splashed to a nar-
row victory in the time of 40.8.
Phi Gamma Delta almost
staged a similar comeback when
its medley team matched the
Sigma Nu threesome stroke for
stroke only to have the event
end in a dead heat-giving Sig-
ma Nu the dim 29'/ to 27x.
Wayne Lr nbert, Bill Gay, and
Larry Mill( provided the Sigma
Nu power )y stroking to wins in
the 25 f .d 50 yard free style
events and the 25 yard back stroke
In other tank meets, Sigma Phi
Epsilon churned its way to a 33-

24 win over SAE. Herb Snyder
turned in a 14 second win in the
breast stroke for the Sig Ep's to
come within a tenth of a second
of the IM record. The other meet
saw Beta Theta Pi take the mea-
sure of Theta Xi 32-25.
IM Resuls I
Allen Rumsey 5, Tyler
Hayden 6, Taylor 0
Greene 5, Kelsey 1
Strauss 3, Gomberg 3
Winchell forfeit over Huber
Williams 6, Alchigan 0
uber forfeit over Winchell
Fletcher forfeit over Lloyd
Mich. Co-op 5, ASPA 1
Alpha Omega 2, Delta Sigma Delta 1
Tau Epsilon Rho 3, Phi Delta Phi0
Alpha Chi Sigma 2, Phi Cid 1
Law Club forfeit over Psi Omega
Phi Delta Chi forfeit over Alpha Kap-
pa Kappa
Nu Sigma Nu forfeit over Alpha Kap-
pa Psi


Wolverine Swim Team Looks Forward
To Long Season With Air of Confidence

(Second in a series of articles deal-
ing with the 1951-52 Michigan swim-
ming team. Today's article covers
this season's schedule.)
Michigan's perennial strong
swimming team looks forward to
another successful season which
gets underway with the Michigan
A.A.U. meet on December 15 at
the Intramural Pool.
Included in the long schedule
which continues until April are
seven dual meets and a triangular
meet. The season will be climaxed

-Texas A&M wound up its foot-
ball season into one frenzied aft-
ernoon and beat its greatest rival,
Texas, 22-21, today in a wild, rib-
cracking game that saw members
of the two teams come to blows
in the finish.
A crowd of 40,500 went wild as
A&M staved off two mighty
Texas drives in the last minutes
and June Davis missed a field
goal from the Aggie 30-yard line
with 10 seconds to go.
The Aggies started the scoring
but Texas tied it up 7-7 at the end
of the first quarter, then Texas
took a 14-7 halftime lead.
The Aggies won the game in the
third period with 15 points on two
touchdowns and a field goal.
ST. LOUIS--OP-Marty Marion
was back in St. Louis major league
baseball today.
The smiling thin man, fired only

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(M' Riflemen
To Be Hosts
At Shoot Meet
This Saturday afternoon at 1:30
there will be a rifle match between
Michigan, Ohio State, and Michi-
gan State on the Michigan ROTC
rifle range.
This inter-sectioanl meet will
be a preliminary to the Big Ten'
championship match, where the
winner will face the victors of thej
other sectional competitions.
THE WOLVERINE squad will be
at a slight disadvantage, since
this will be their first shoulder-
to shoulder match of the season.
The squad is composed of
George Beckwith, Charles Reinke,
Harmon Nine, Bill Zayanchowski,
and Jim Ryan.

by the Big Ten, N.C.A.A., and Na-
tional A.A.U. meets.
WITH A NUMBER of returning
lettermen and many fine fresh-
men and sophomore prospects, the
Wolverines hope to improve upon
last year's third place finish in
the Conference meet and 6-3 dual
meet record. Michigan's 1950-51
Big Ten record in dual meet com-
petition showed only two victories
against three losses, however.
The season's opening AA.U.
meet will give Coach Matt Mann
an indication of how well his
swimmers will fare in the later
collegiate meets. Entries are
expected from all over Michigan,
with Michigan State led by free
styler Clark Scholes expected to
enter a number of men.
After the Michigan A.A.U. meet
the Wolverines will battle seven
of the nine other Big Ten schools,
meeting all but Illinois and In-
diana. The Conference meets will
be interrupted only by an appear-
ance of Bowling Green in Ann Ar-
bor on January 18.
OHIO STATE and the Spartans
again loom as the Wolverines' big
stumbling blocks to Big Ten lau-,
rels. Both schools walloped the
Michigan natators by identical 55-
29 scores in dual meets last year
and finished ahead of the Wol-
verines in the Conference meet.
The Buckeyes, who captured
the Western Conference title
last year with a record 129
points, promise to be as strong

as last year if not stronger.
Michigan State, on the other
hand, lacks the depth which the
1950-51 squad possesses.
Iowa, which was the third team
to down the Wolverines in dual
meets last season, is sandwiched
in the Michigan schedule between
the Buckeyes and MSC meets.
* * *
THE REST OF the Big Ten
swimming teams have individual
stars but lack the all-round bal-
ance of Ohio State, Michigan
State, Michigan, and Iowa. Min-
nesota has an excellent free-styler
in John Rebney, while Northwes-
tern also claims a number of good
9-Minnesota and Wisconsin, Min-
23-Iowa, there
27-Ohio State, there
6-7-8-Big Ten meet, East Lansing
27-28-29-N.C.A.A., Princeton
3-4-5-National A.A.U., Undecided


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recently as manager of the St.
Louis Cardinals, signed not one
contract but two with the St. Louis
Browns for a three-year hitch.
One contract was as a coach and
the other as a player.
THAT'S BECAUSE Marty feels
sure that he is about to overcome.
a bad knee and back which last
season kept him from his 11-year
stand in the Cardinal infield where
he became known as Mr. Short-
Owner Bill Veeck, himself full
of smiles at the signing today, ex-
plained that while Marion was
nailed down by two contracts, he
could leave the Browns anytime
he gets a chance to manage a ma-
jor league club.
Boston 1, Detroit 1
Montreal 5, Toronto 1


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