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SATURDAY, DECEMAER 15, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

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Pucksters Down Canadian Club

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Early Period Goals Act
As Cushion for Icemen
Ikola Stars in Nets ; Cooney Tallies Twice;
Matchefts, McKennell Get One Goal Each

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Toronto looked their best in
the middle stanza holding a ter-
ritorial edge over the Wolverines,
but Ikola held them off while
his mates doubled the score over
the Blues.
The sophomore goalie stopped
12 shots in this period, his busiest
of the night.
* * *
McKENNELL gave Michigan a
3-0 lead before the three minute
mark on an unassisted goal. The
redhead, who happens to hail from
Toronto, dribbled a shot into the
Terps' Bowl
Bid A rouseos
Coniference*'
RICHMOND, Va. -- iP) -TheI
Southern Conference late yester-
day rejected the University of
Maryland's request for permission
to play in the Sugar Bowl and
probably will place the school un-
der one-year probation for accept-
ing the invitation without league
approval.
Nobody could say immediately
what was meant by one-year pro-
bation. That was to be ironed out
at a meeting of official delegates
to the annual meeting at 9 o'clock
(EST) last night.

open end of the Blues' net after
a melee in front of the goal. I
The shot was deflected off a!
collection of sticks and legs and
barely had enough momentum to
cross the goal line.
Six minutes later, Cooney
scored his second goal on an-
other center alley shot to give
Michigan a 4-0 lead.
Near the close of the period theI
Wolverines thought they had their
fifth goal as Matchefts drove the
puck pack goalie Orr, who had
come out of his nets in an effort
to stop the shot. }
However, Toronto's Jack
Wheldrake swept in behind Orr
and got his stick on the rubber
before it reached the goal. The
Wolverines disputed this play
to no avail, claiming the puck
was in the nets and Wheldrake
carried it out afterwards.
Michigan was content to hang
onto its lead in the third periodr
and it was not until 15:42 that
Red Stephen scored for Toronto.
The teams will meet again to-
night.
S * *
FIRST PERIOD: 1 - Michigan,
Matchefts (McKennell), 3:02; 2-
Michigan, Cooney (Keyes, Chin), 10:47.
Penalties-Michigan: Mullen, Cragg;
Toronto: Fox, Stephen; two minutes
ea ch.
SECOND PERIOD: 3-Michigan, Mc-
Kennell (unassisted), 2:48; 4-Michi-
gan, Cooney (Heathcott, Matchefts),
9:43.
Penalties-Michigan: Cragg; Toronto:
Rope, MacKenzie; two minutes.
THIRD PERIOD: 5-Toronto, Ste-
phen (Henderson, MacKenzie), 15:42.
Penalty-Michigan: Martinson; two
minutes.

LOST-Brown brief case with important
books and notes. Tuesday or Wed-
nesday. Call Lincoln at 2-3219.
LOST Sat. night Wig and Robe, Union
ballroom. g o 1 d Longines bracelet
watch. Call Jackie 22547. Reward.
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RCA VICTOR "45" VICTROLA. Never
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SLIPPER SOX-00% wool, leather soles.
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sales, $3.88. Sam's Store, 122 E. Wash-
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CHRISTMAS TREES cut fresh on order.
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LARGE ASSORTMENT of Christmas
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-Daily-Roger Reinke
GOALIE WILLARD IKOLA STOPS A TORONTO SHOT IN FRONT OF THE WOLVERINE NETS

besets Lion
Passing Ace
SAN F7ANCISCO -VP)- Bobby
Layne, pitching quarterback for
the Detroit Lions, revealed yester-
day that he has been troubled by
a sore arm for the last three weeks.
Layne also revealed that he had
been to nearby Sanoma Mission
to have the flipper treated by Jack
Homel, trainer for the Detroit
Tigers of the American League.
The Texan refused to say
sow his ailing arm felt after
the treatments, but teammates
brought back cheering word from
their secret practice sessions at
outlying Hamilton Air Force
Base.
Layne, they said, was throwing
with an easier motion and more
accuracy than he did against the
Los Angeles Rams Sunday to cap-
ture the lead in the National Foot-
ball League. The 49ers gave the
Lions a 20-10 lesson in their first
meeting, but the Lions clawed back
to the top of the heap by taking
the Rams, 24-22.
Before the 49er game at Detroit
Layne had hit with 17 touchdown
passes in five games. In that one
and the one in Los Angeles he hit
for a grand total of one.
Layne, who has been passing in
alternately hot and cold streaks,
must be up for the coming 49er
contest if Detroit is to advance in-
to the playoffs. Last week's tilt
was the only one thus far in which
Layne was cold and the Lions still
managed to win.

Michigan Natators To Open
Season in AAU Meet Today

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and set with cream rinse $1.00. Hair-
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Periodical Agency, 2-8242. )2M
Continuous from 1 P.M.
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By HERB NEIL
Michigan's promising 1951-52
swimming team makes its first ap-
pearance of the season this af-
ternoon and evening in the big
17th annual Michigan A.A.U. Meet
at the Intramural Pool.
The preliminaries will start at
2:00, while the finals get under-
way at 7:30.
* * *
FOUR Michigan A.A.U. cham-
pionships in the men's division and
three in the women's division,
three handicap events for men and
one for women, a synchronized
swimming demonstration, clown
diving, and two 25-yard free-style
races, one for boys and one for
girls, are all included in tonight's
program.
ThemWolverines have entered
swimmers in all the men's
events, in an effort to see how
they will stack up against their
Big Ten opponents in later
meets.
The competition is expected to
be plenty tough for the hosts to-
day, however, since some of the
best swimmers in the state of
Michigan will be on hand for the
occasion.
MICHIGAN A.A.U. crowns, will
be at stake in the men's 100-yard
breaststroke, 440-yard free-style,
200-yard backstroke, and diving
events.
The pool record of 60.0 in the
100-yard breaststroke may well
be broken in today's meet by
either Michigan's Stew Elliott
or John Davies.

Elliott tied the record in the
preliminaries of this race last year
and then barely beat out Davies in
the final that evening. Jim White,
a former free-styler, will also swim
in the breaststroke today.
* * *
BUMPY JONES, winner of the
440-yard free-style as a high
school senior last year, will at-
tempt to retain his Michigan A.A.
U. crown in this event and perhaps
set a new pool record.
Jones will be supplemented by
Wolverine teammates Wally Jef-
fries and Wayne Leengran in
the distance race.
John Chase, who placed third
in the 200-yard backstroke as a
freshman last year, will be out to
win the race this year. He will face
strong competition from freshman
teammates, John Sampson and
Dyke Purdy, and Basil Considine,
however.
* * *
COACH MATT MANN plans to
enter Charlie Bates and Jim Wal-
ters, both high school state cham-
pions, freshman Bud Herd, and
upperclassmen John Hanrahan
and John Harborn in the diving
competition.
A fast relay race should re-
sult in the 150-yard medley re-
lay, with Michigan State en.
tering a fast team of Bob Dust,
backstroker, Bruce Aldrich,
breaststroker, and Tom Payetta,
free-styler.
The Wolverines wil swim a num-
ber of teams in the handicap race,
with the teams of Sampson,

AFTER THE 14-3 vote was an- Br n/M
nounced, Maryland president H. C. I~ Unan I UY
Byrd lost little time saying the
undefeated Terps intended to keep Coach Cards
their New Year's appointment

LAST T IMES TODAY

with Tennessee whether the con-
ference liked it or not.
Penalty of not more than one-
year probation for playing in a
bowl game was agreed on at a
quickly-called huddle of mem-
ber presidents, one college head
disclosed. He asked not to be
identified pending formal action
on the matter by the conference.
A roll call vote was taken im-
mediately after Byrd had com-
pleted a 26-minute address giving
in detail his school's position on
the bowl issue. He said Maryland
"acted in good faith" in accord-
ance with past conference proce-
dures when it accepted the Sugar
Bowl invitation.
Byrd met in a closed session
with other presidents of the
conference's 17 schools a few
minutes later. Presumably, the
meeting was called to determine
what the penalty for playing in
the bowl game over the league s
protests would be. The parley
was called at Byrd's request.
He told the other presidents:
"Now that you have said we
can't go, I want to know what you
are going to do. We are planning
to go."
CLEMSON, ONE of the other
two schools voting to permit the
Terps to play in the game, is in
virtually the same position as
Maryland.tClemsonhas accepted
an invitation to meet Miami or
Florida in the Gator Bowl at Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Clemson's case had not been
brought before the annual meet-
ing in yesterday's session. Only
South Carolina strung along
with Maryland and Clemson in
the voting.
Acceptance of the bids by Mary-
land and Clemson defied a bowl
ban voted by member school presi-
dents last Sept. 28.

CHICAGO - (M- Terry Bren-
nan, former Notre Dame halfback
and coach of Mt. Carmel's Chicago
city high school football cham-
pions, has become a strong can-
didate for the head coaching job
of the Chicago Cardinals.
Walter Wolfner, managing
director of the Cardinals who is
screening applicants to succeed
Curly Lambeau, said yesterday
he was "impressed" after inter-
viewing the 23-year-old Bren-
nan.
In three years of coaching Mt.
Carmel, Brennan's teams won two
consecutive city titles.
Also among the Cardinals can-
didates are two veteran coaches,
both of whom were out of foot-
ball last season. They are Norman
(Red) Strader, formerly of the
New York Yanks, and Ray Flaher-
ty, who coached the Washington
Redskins, New York Yanks and
the old Chicago Hornets.

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JOHN PAYNE - RHONDA FLEMING -FORREST TUCKER
STARTS SUNDAY

I-M ROUNDUP:
Handball, Hockey Enter Sports Picture

Competition in three minor
sports made its presence felt inl
IM circles last week with activity
getting under way in two sports
and nearing completion in an-
.~other.
Handball reached the final and
semi-final stages in resident hall
I and fraternity competition.
* * *
HINSDALE HOUSE advanced to
the final round against Kelsey by
virtue of their 3-0 shutout of Tay-
lor on Monday. Kelsey earned the

final berth by a 2-1 win over
Lloyd.
Fraternity handball play
moved into the semi-final round.
Delta Tau Delta will meet the
Delta Kappa Epsilon quartet in
one match while Sigma Phi Ep-
silon will take on the winner of
the Sigma Alpha Mu-Pi Lambda
Phi match in the other.
An eight team hockey loop en-
ters its second round of competi-
tion next Monday at the Coliseum.

....

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ENDS SUNDAY *

THE LEAGUE is a campus wide
affair that features both resident
hall groups and fraternity teams.
Although organized through the
IM, the results bear no relation to
the regular IM standings.
Games are played every Mon-
day night at the Coliseum with
varsity players John McKennell
and Bob Heathcott serving as
referees. Competition will con-
tinue in round robin fashion un-
til Feb. 25, when the top four
teams will enter a championship
playoff.
Teams entered in the loop are:
Prescott House, Kappa Sigma, Sig-
ma Nu, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Strauss
House, Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi
Kappa Sigma, and a combined
Alpha Sigma Phi-Chi Psi sextet.
Regular IM bowling competition
neared the starting date with its
qualifying rounds coming to a close
this weekend. The teams roll
against each other at the Union
on the basis of their performance
during the qualification period.

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