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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1955;

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Basketball Team Opens at Pitt

lAl' Tankmen Expected
To Dominate State AA U

Big Turnout

Watches

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Pavichevich, Groffsky Lead
Quintet; Williams at Pivot
Maize and Blue Cagers Open on Home
Floor Tuesday Night Against Valparaiso

As in past years University of
Michigan swimmers will again be
expected to dominate the State
A.A.U. meet, to be held this after-
noon and evening in the pool at
the Intramural Sports Building.
The Wolverines stand on display
for the first time this season with
what is rumored to be a power-
packed squad. Although the nata-
tors are not yet at their peak spec-
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tators will have a chance to see the
new faces on the team and formu-
late opinions as to the tapke's'
chances for the coming season.
TWO 'M' SWIMMERS, Don Hill
and Jim Walters will be out to de-
fend titles garnered in the 1952
epic. Hill flashed through the 50-
yard free style in 23.0 seconds for
a new A.A.U. record while Walters
captured the diving crown by out-
pointing two other Michigan men,
Charlie Bates and Bud Hurd. All
three are again competing for the
Maize and Blue.
Backing up Hill in the 50-yard
freestyle is a. formidable field
including Tom Benner, Bumpy
Jones, Bob Knox and Pete Dow.
The 220-yard freestyle event fea-
tures Ron Gora and Jack Wardrop
while 'M' natators John Chase,
Jim Kruthers, and Bruce Ward-
rop handle the .100-yard back-
stroke competition.

Ice Victory'
(Continued from Page 1)
McFARLAND'S second tally
came out of a scramble near the
McGill net. Philpott tapped the
puck to Lou Paolatto who centered
out to McFarland, who in turn'
sent the puck home. MacArthur's
tally followed only 21 seconds lat-
er, at 17:24 of the period as he
blinked the red light after taking
a pass from Mullen.
Cooney bagged his "hat-trick"
at 6:44 of the final period to
wind up a fruitful evening of
scoring for the Wolverines.
Again- it was Mullen and Chin
getting the assists on Cooney's
goal.
The only other goal of the con-
test was stored by McGill's John-
son with assists going to Ron Ro-
bertson and Pete Jotkus at 16:25
of the period. As before, Michigan
was again a man short at the time.
The goal was scored on Bill Lucier,
who replaced Ikola in the Michi-
gan nets early in the last period.
IKOLA AND Lucier both played
brilliantly as time after time great
saves kept the puck out of the Mi-
chigan goal. Many times Ikola
made sensational stops of McGill
attempts, even when the Redman
was in alone on a breakaway.
Besides the great offensive
work, the Michigan defense rose
to the occasion as Haas, Paolat-
to, and Dunn kept the McGill
forwards bottled up most of the
night.
Tonight the same two teams will
battle it out again at the Coli-
seum and this time the McGill
squad will be out to atone for last
night's shellacking. The face-off
is at 8 p.m. and if last night's
game is any indication of what's
to come, it should be. an exciting
contest.

By WARREN WERTHEIMER
Tonight marks the opening of
the 1953-54 cage season for the;
Wolverine hoopsters as they en-
counter the Pitt Panthers in the
Smoky City.
The home opener will be next
Tuesday against Valparaiso.
* * *
BILL PERIGO, starting his sec-
ond season as basketball mentor
at Michigan, is extremely hopeful
that his charges will better last
year's record of 6 won and 16 lost.
For tonight's contest, he will
open up with Captain Ray Pa-
vichevich and Jim Barron at the
guards, Harvey Williams at cen-
ter, Paul Groffsky at one for-
ward spot and one of three men
at the other forward. Either Tom
Jorgenson, Milt Mead, or John
Codwell will pair up with Groff-
sky depending in part on the
Panther's opening lineup.
College Sports
Editors Name
Grid All-Stars
The 1953 All-Big Ten football
team was announced last night by
the sports editors of the Western
Conference college papers.
The first team included Do-
honey and Bill Fenton of Iowa
at ends, George Jacoby of Ohio
State and Stravos Canakes of
Minnesota at tackles, guards Jan
Smid of Illinois and Cal Jones
of Iowa, and Jerry Hilgenburg
of Iowa at center. The backfield
was made up of Geil, Caroline,
Ameche, and LeRoy Bolden of
Michigan State.
Hockey Statistics

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TODAY thru Sunday
EVERY DAY
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Despite the fact that he is not
starting, Don Eaddy is slated to
see plenty of action, it being Peri-
go's plan to rotate his threeI
guards. Bruce Allen, reserve for-
ward and Jay Vawter, 6-8 sopho-
more center are the other two
players making the trip.
THE WOLVERINES, who con-
quered Pitt last season, 85-78, will
have a distinct height advantage.
Aside from Vawter, who figures
to see little action, Williams meas-
ures 6-8, Mead stands 6-7 while
Groff sky and Codwell are listed
at 6-4. Ernie Bryant and Dave
Duessel at 6-5 are the tallest Pan-
ther cagers.
Pitt is rebuilding this year in
two ways. They will be led by a
new coach, Bob Timmons, and
only four lettermen return from
last season's squad. Timmons
took over when the famed Dr.
H. C. Carlson retired last spring.
Of the four who earned their
'P' in basketball last year, two
were starters on the 1952-53 Pitts-
burgh five. Dutch Burch, this sea-
son's captain, who averaged just
under 12 points per contest and
Dick Deitrick, just out for prac-
tice after a season as end on the
football team, will be the players
around whom Timmons will try
to build his '53-'54 quintet.
THE OTHER lettermen are
Duessel and Bernie Artman, who
saw mostly spot action last year.
Up from the freshman squad are
Sutton Tait, a rugged rebounder,
Tod Matthews and Gene Cercone,
two small hard-driving forwards
and Bryant who operates out of
the pivot.
Timmons expressed himself as
being far from satisfied with the
Panthers performance in a pre-
season exhibition against the
Goodyear Wingfoots. The Wing-
foots, an AAU semi-pro five, top-
pled Pitt by a 64-43, count a week
ago.
The new coach has been exper-
imenting with different combina-
tions during the past week in an
effort to come up with a starting
lineup for tonight's game.
* * *
WHILE THE game at Pittsburgh
will not be on the radio in Ann
Arbor, most of the Wolverines' 22-
game schedule will be aired lo-
cally.
All of the home games and all
of the Conference away games
with the exception of Iowa are to
be broadcast. Stations WUOM and
WHRV will carry the games with
the former feeding the games to
the Ann Arbor station. Bill Flem-
ing, sports director of the Univer-
sity station will be the sportscaster.

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FOR SALE
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Huron Motor Sales. Ph. NO 2-3163.,
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BRAND NEW Webcor phonograph and
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ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$6.88. Box,
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1952 PACKARD - Standard four door.
Excellent condition. $1350. Call Ted
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WOMAN STUDENT wanted to share in-
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FOR RENT
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OUR CHRISTMAS TREE
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(or ours) and we will furnish the
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Purchase Camera Shop, 1116 S. Uni-
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RADIO-PHONOGRAPH table combina-
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1946 FORD Station Wagon. New tires,
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TWO DOOR, 1949 Ford Custom Eight.
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NEW AUTO, deluxe, overdrive. Delivers
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DOUBLE COIL SPRINGS-$8.00; Steel
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Hostess chair, good springs, needs up-
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Coal hot water heater, $5.00. Swervil
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1952 CHEVROLET 2 dr., power glide,
11,000 actual miles. Fully equipped.
Huron Motor Sales. Phone NO 2-3163.
)192B
1948 CHEV. 4 dr. One owner. Radio and
heater. Very clean. Huron Motor
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FOR SALE-Pontiac Sedan, only 6200
mileage-$135. Drive home Christmas.'
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BABY PARAKEETS-Various colors, $8
each. New and used cages and bird
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FIRST PERIOD-1-Michigan-Coo-
ney (Mullen, Chin) :41; 2-Michigan-
McFarland (Philpott) 5:26; 3-Michi-
gan-Philpott (unassisted) 8:15; 4-Mi-
chigan-Cooney (Chin, Haas) 13:05.
Penalties: Michigan-Philpott (hold-
ing) 2:15; Mullen (hooking) 7:33; Mc-
Farland (interference) 14:06. McGill--
Robertson (high-sticking) 6:23.
SECOND PERIOD-5-McGill-Bour-
goin (Johnson) :40; 6-Michigan--
MacArthur (Paolatto, Philpott) 17:03;
7-Michigan-MacArthur (Mullen, He-
bert) 17:24.
Penalties: Michigan-Dunn (inter-
ference) :32; Mullen (holding) 5:50;
McGill-English (charging) 9:54.

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