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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THJIO

'M' Pucksters
Toronto Here

By DAVE BAAD
Fresh from five cctys rest fol-
lowing last weekencis rugged se-
ries with McGill, Michigan's hock-
ey team opens a two game set at
the Coliseum tonight against the
Toronto Blues.
The games, played annually for
the Thompson Cup, start at 8:00
p.m.
THE WOLVERINES, shorthand-
ed due to the injury of second'
line right wing Jay Goold in thej
season's opener, will ice a revamp-
ed team in an effort to topple the
{ tough Canadian sextet.
Junior Telly Mascarin, a third
line performer for .the past two
years, has been moved up to the
vacancy along side Bill Mac-
Farland and Doug Philpott.

This leaves Vic Heyliger's NCAA
championship sextet with only two
full lines, but he plans to work in
first line center Doug Mullen and
MacFarland with the remaining
third unit members, Yves Hebert
and Don McArthur. This line will
probably be used mainly in utili-
ty roles.
THE HIGH SCORING first com-
bination of George Chin, Pat Coo-
ney and Mullen continues intact
and the three defensemen, Lou
Paolatto, Burt Dunn and captain
Jim Haas are all ready to go.
A charley-horse whieh ham-
pered the play of Chin in the
series split with McGill has dis-
appeared and the stocky forward

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should be ready to go at top
speed this evening.
Although the Wolverines skated
to an easy 6-3 victory in a rather
one-sided contest last season, re-
tention of the Thompson trophy,
given annually to the winner
of the Toronto-Michigan games,
won't be an easy matter.
A YEAR AGO the Blues came to
Ann Arbor during their final exam
period and had to leave part of
their regular team behind in To-
ronto. A few of the junior varsity
members were moved up to fill the
first team's holes and the team
went down to the loss.
Toronto will - be at full
strength tonight. Its squad in-
cludes seven lettermen plus an
array of outstanding newcom-
ers, including defenseman Lou
Appleby, who played two years
for McGill, and Harry Boyd, who
captained the Blues during the
1946-47 and 1947-48 seasons.
Appleby played a few games for
Toronto last season but never
reached his playing peak. Boyd,
an outstanding center, has been
playing hockey in Europe for the
Faculty night at the Intra-
mural Sports Building will be
held on the second Saturday,
tomorrow, instead of the usual
third Saturday of the month.
Most popular activities fea-
tured for the faculty and their
families include swimming,
badminton, and volleyball,
with such sports as paddleball
handball, and gymnastics close
behind in popularity.
-George Linn
last four years and coach John
Kennedy plans to use the veteran
between classy young wings Don
Cossar and Ross Woods.
* * *
DAVE STEPHEN, who was an
outstanding defenseman two years
ago, will center the first line be-
tween lettermen Ernie Bodnar and
Ken Lawson.
The Blues won their only
league game this season when
they whipped always rough
Montreal last week, 6-4.
This is the twentieth meeting
between .Michigan and Toronto
with the latter picking up eleven
of the victories and the Wolverines
eight. One of the games ended in
a tie.
THE GAME tonight will go a
long way in determining how Hey-
liger's club will fare in next week's
crucial opening Midwest Hockey
League clashes at North Dakota.
Since Michigan has only eleven
able bodied players other than
goalies, condition is going to be a
vital factor ii the outcome of the
games until Goold, out with a
broken knee cap, returns to ac-
tion.
He won't be back in action until
at least after Christmas and then
it will take him time to get in
shape.
PRO BASKETBALL
Syracuse 96, Milwaukee 76
Philadelphia 83, Baltimore 77

By PHIL CHURCH
Gomberg House out-wrestled its
residence hall rivals last night
while Sigma Alpha Mu and Alpha
Tau Omega prevailed in fraternity
competition as nearly 200 fans
filled the wrestling room of the!
Sports Building to witness the in-
tramural championships.
Gomberg's 21 points led Adams
House and CoolevyTHoue, runers-

championships to score a victory
for Cooley.
Jim Mazaticks of Adams
House used his strength to pile
up an 11-7 margin over Bill Cook
of Williams to grab 130 pound
honors. Al Levy of Lloyd proved
that speed could best muscles
as he came from behind to take
the 137 pound title away from

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... to see double duty
Big Ten Curbs
Cage Scouting;
Study Title Tie
CHICAGO - ( P) - Big Ten
Athletic directors yesterday re-
stricted basketball scouting and
discussed curbing football scout-
ing while other proposals before
the conference winter meeting
wer' deferred.
Commissioner K. L. (Tug) Wil-
son said he hopes to make his re-
port on Michigan State's probation
status today before faculty repre-
sentatives.
ATHLETIC directors, mean-
while, delayed action on football
coaches' recommendation of an
automatic method of selecting a
Rose Bowl entry in case of a co-
championship. They said they
would act on the matter at their
spring meeting at Purdue May 28-
29.
The coaches proposed that in
event of a football title tie, the
team making the last appear-
ance in the Rose Bowl be elimi-
nated and, in event neither co-
champion had ever appeared
at Pasadena, the choice be made
by flipping a coin.
The directors put into immediate
effect a limitation on basketball
scouting to one man and to two
games of any Big Ten opponent.
There had been no scouting limi-
tation before in this sport.
* * *
FOOTBALL coaches and direc-
tors discussed the possibility of
trading football game films as a
substitute for part of the present
scouting system.
I-M Scores
VOLLEYBALL
Residence Halls
Allen-Rumsey 4, Williams 3
Cooley 4, Wenley 1
Lloyd 4, Taylor 3
Michigan defeated Huber (for-
feit)
Hayden 4, Strauss 3
Adams 4, Reeves 0
Gomberg 4, Hinsdale 1
Greene 4, Anderson 2
Professional Fraternity
Phi Chi 4, Phi Delta Phi 0
Nu Sigma Nu 4, Alpha Chi Sig-
ma 0
Delta Theta Phi 4, Alpha Ome-
ga 0
Delta Sigma Delta 4, Alpha
Kappa Psi 1

Lloyd Hamady of Reeves House The fraternity 14
up with 16 apiece. Williams House by a 7-4 count. went to Beta Theta
finished third with 14 points. bya_7-4___un_. eBeTt
SIGMA ALPHA MU and Alpha
Tau Omega deadlocked with 20
markers each, with Sigma Alpha1
Epsilon, 17, and Beta Theta Pi, 15,
supplying most of the competition.
Delta Tau Delta ended fifth scor-
ing 14 points. ,
ChampsonGomberg had three
grapplers in action. Ted Knott
was pinned on the first hold by
Earl Marfia of Hinsdale in theCt
157 pound class. Gomberg's oth-
er two entries last night faced
each other in the heavyweight
go, as Ed Zako staged a come-
back struggle to tie mate Paul
Melgarde, 3-3, and then pin-
ned him with 26 seconds remain-
ing in the match.
Three men from co-champion
Sigma Alpha Mu were on the, eve-
ning's card, and two of the three
triumphed to enable the Sammies
to stay in front in the close fra-
ternity race. Enthusiasm reached
its peak when Sammie Al Wolin
pinned burly Themie Majorous of
Alpha Tau Omega after mounting
a four-point lead.
* * *
BILL SIEGEL was the other
Sigma Alpha Mu winner. Siegel
wore out Bob Cutler from Delta
Tau Delta to triumph, 9-2. Dick
Moss was the third Sammie en-
try, but fell to Steve Kott of Beta
Theta Pi, who rallied to take a 5-4 ' Cm
decision. Siegel reigns as 123
pound champ and Kott rules the , "ood
130 pound class. desig
Alpha Tau Omega, although
sharing championship honors /refci
with the Sammies, dropped two These
matches last night and so lost front,
its earlier margin. Marjorous fell Ava
to Wolin in the 157 pound finals lanes
while 167 pound Bob MacMillin
was edged, 2-1, by Dick Heinman introt
of Theta Chi.
The fraternity heavyweight i
crown was copped by Jim Bradley
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon on referee
"Snip" Nalan's decision. Bradley
battled four scoreless minutes with
Chi Phi's Cal Smith.
* * *.
SWIFT 123 pound Diego Enciso
pinnedFheavier George Shiroma of
Williams in the first match of the
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Phil Kearney of Acacia frater-
nity cooly applied a great assort-
ment of holds on Pi Lambda Phi's
Mary Davidson to emerge 137
pound champion on a 3-0 decision.
* * *
JACK WATSON of Lloyd scor-
ed a pair of takedowns on Phil
Spertus of Huber to win the 147
pound title 4-0.

dercock in a fast-moving bout with
Delta Tau Delta's Jack Schaupp.
The 177 pound finals were won
by Cooley's burly Gil Kucera over
Charles Baker from Strauss, and
by Larry Cox of Phi Gamma Del-
ta in a pin on Bud Engel of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon
Larry Youse of Hinsdale was
awarded the 167 pound title over
Adam's Don Dahl on a referee's
decision.

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