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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Icers Face McGill Tonight as Winter Sports

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Intramural Scores

Opening of Basketball Season
Recalls Glory of 1948 Crown

Two-Day Series To Be Held at Coliseum;
'M' Hockeymen Lack Experience, Depth

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%X~i Fourth-Place Playoffs
First-Place Playoffs Delta Kappa Epsilon defeated
Sigma Alpha Mu 4, Phi Delta Kappa Sigma (forfeit)
Theta 0 Phi Kappa Tau defeated Delta
Lambda Chi Alpha 4, Theta Chi 0 Chi (forfeit)
Zeta Beta Tau 4, Delta Tau Del- Faculty
ta 1 Public Health 3, Business Admin-
Phi Lambda Phi 4, Chi Phi 0 istration 3
Air Force 6, Geology 0
Second-Place Playoffs Psychology A 6, Physics 0
Phi Gamma Delta 4, Tau Delta Sociology 4, Engineering 2
Phi 2 Social Research 5, Natural Re-
Sigma Phi Epsilon 4, Phi Sigma sources 1
Delta 3 Political Science 6, Cooley B 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4, Alpha Tau HANDBALL
Omega 0 Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, Theta Chi 0
Chi Psi 4, Sigma Nu 1 Pill Pushers 3, Evans Scholars 0
Alpha Kappa Kappa 3, Phi Alpha
Third-Place Playoffs Kappa 0
Phi Kappa Psi 4, Acacia 2 Nu Sigma Nu 3, Tau Epsilon Rho 0

By PHIL DOUGLIS
As Michigan prepares to open
its 1954-55 basketball season against
Pittsburgh tomorrow night, the
memories of many Wolverine cage
fans sweep back through the years
to a cold March night in 1948.
It was on that evening that Mich-
igan basketball reached' its mod-
ern day pinnacle, its last claim

gain the Big Nine basketball cham-
pionship.
Iowa, led by diminutive Murray
Weir, constituted the last stum-
bling block to the fired up Wolver-
ines, and the Cowles squad pro-
ceeded to remove the obstacle with
dispatch.
At half time, Michigan led, 29-
22, and the title seemed within
grasp, but as the seconl half
opened, the Iowans came roaring
back to knot the score at 31-31.
The Wolverines had become panic-
stricken and Missed on 14 straight
field goal attempts, plus a pair of
free throws.
Substitutes Help
Suddenly Cowles called a time
out. Off the bench raced substi-
tutes Hall Morrill and Boyd Mc-
Caslin. Teaming with the great
Mark Suprunowicz, Bill Roberts,
and Pete Elliot, the pair sparked
the Wolverines to their first title
since 1929.
As the crowd went wild, Michi-
gan dumped in eight straight
points, and the Hawkeyes were a
broken outfit. With the lanky Rob-
erts turning in some nice defens-
ive work, the Wolverines coasted
home the victors and champions.
A wild celebration was touched
off, and Michigan had seen a bas-
ketball night that it will long re-
member. It had seen a basketball
champion crowned. Today, nearly
seven years later, it is still waiting
for another.

By DICK CRAMER
Michigan begins its rugged three
month long winter sports schedule
tonight as the Wolverine hockey
team opens its 1954-55 season in
the first of a two game weekend
series with the McGill University
Redmen at 8:00 at the Hill street
Coliseum.
Coach Vic Heyliger, whose
squads have earned berths in each
of the past seven National Colle-

Baltzan. Each contributed two'
goals when McGill won the second
game of last year's series with the
Wolverines.
Other holdovers for the Redmen
from last year are forwards Pete
Jotkus, Gord Currie, Jack McMul-
lan, and Guy Bourgoin and de-
fensemen John Henderson and
Frank Slavin. In addition, Pete
Constable is back as a forward.

known of the returning skaters,
McFarland, whose style closely
resembles that of eDtroit Red
Wings' Gordie Howe, scored 44
points last season on 26 goals and
18 assists in 21 games.
Last year on the freshman team
Rendall was rated as one of the
bast forwards ever to enter Michi-
gan. If he can live up to this bill-
ing, Rendall may give Michigan

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MARV SUPRUNOWICZ
.. . led 1948 cage team
to fame before taking a sickening
plunge downward into the depths
of the Big Ten standings, where
it has remained ever since.
M' Smashes Iowa
March 2nd, 1948 saw Ozzie
Cowles' Wolverines smash Iowa,
51-35, before over 9,000 screaming
Yost Field House fans, and thereby

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Sophomore
Strengthens
Tank Squad
By BOB JONES
Virtually buried under the press
notices of the world's two fast-
est individual medley swimmers,
Michigan's Fritz Myers is poten-
tially one of the best medley men
in the country today.
A sophomore, Myers will make
his collegiate swimming debut to-
night in the Michigan AAU Meet
at the varsity pool. Although he
has been overshadowed by the
record-breaking performances of
his teammates Bumpy Jones and
Jack Wardrop in his specialty,
Myers has turned in medley times
which last year would have plac-
ed him among the top ten swim-
mers in the country.
As a freshman, the versatile
Ann Arborite covered the 150 yards
in 1:34.8. This clocking, were
freshmen eligible, would h'ave giv-
en Myers ninth place on the Col-
legiate All-American Team.
Dangerous in Sprints
Like most individual-medley-
men, Myers is a dangerous oppon-
ent in other events besides his
specialty. His backstroke time as
a freshman of 1:00.9 is fast in
any man's tank. He is a respec-
table sprinter also, having record-
ed times of 24 seconds flat in the
50 yard free-style and :52.6 in the
century sprint.
This versatility will give Myers
a chance to show his ability often
and in a variety of events in his
future career for the Maize and
Blue. Coach Gus Stager has him
entered in four events for to-
night's meet: the 50 yard free, the
100 back, and the two relays.
Myers is "home-town talent,"
something rare in Michigan ath-
letics. His high-school swimming
career was splashed out on the
Ann Arbor High team, where he
Tickets
Tickets for both of this week-
end's hckey games will be on
sale today at the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building until
4:30. After 5:00 the tickets will
be sold at the Coliseum. Prices
are 60 cents for students with
ID cards, $1.00 for non-student
general admission, and $1.50
for reserved seats.
sparked the squad with his med-
ley performances, and competed
in the free-style and backstroke
as well.
High School All-American
He placed third in the state
meet in the individual his senio
year with a time of "about 1:40.'
This clocking gave him 18th place
on the Interscholastic All-Ameri-
can Team. He swam on the Ann
Arbor 200 yard free-style relay
which placed 14th in the nation.
A hard-driving comeptitor, My-
ers has the necessary strength,
ability and ambition to take him
to the top. He is in the unique
position of having to beat his own
teammates to gain that summit.

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giate Athletic Association post-
season championship tournaments,
will present a small, relatively in-
experienced team for these two
non-league games. M i c h i g a n
doesn't start play in the Western
Hockey League until December 17
when it travels to Colorado College
for the first of two tilts.
Only Five Lettermen
The Wolverines 13-man varsity
roster lists only five lettermen and
of the entire group there is one
senior, three juniors, and nine
sophomores.
In contrast to Michigan's green
squad, McGill has nine returning
lettermen and several very prom-
ising newcomers available for ac-
tion in the games which are expect-
ed to be definite indications of the
strength of both teams.
Leading the invaders from Mon-
treal will be Ron Robertson, who
'was voted his team's most valu-
able player last year, and Dick
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after a year's absence from the
team.
Three McGill Rookier
Among the many newcomers for
McGill are defenseman Phil Samis
and forwards Paul Dingle and War-
ren Alimond. Samis, has starred in
Canadian amateur hockey ranks
while Dingle and Alimond have had
several years of experience on the
squads of St. Francis Xavier Col-
lege and Loyola College, respec-
tively.
Last year McGill, coached by
"Rocky" Robillard, gained an even
split in its two encounters with the
Wolverines, both of which were
played before near-capacity crowds
here in Ann Arbor.
Departed Wolverine right wing
Pat Cooney scored the hat trick in
sparking his team to an opening
7-2 triumph over the Redmen, but
an early McGill lead in the second
contest proved enough for the Ca-
nadians to win, 7-5.
McGill Wins First Game
This year McGill got off on the
right foot in its first game. In a
tuneup for the series with yet-to-
play Wolverines, the Redmen
whitewashed the Loyola Warriers,
5-0. Baltzan, Bourgoin, Jotkus, Con-
stable, and McMullan. were the
scorers.
In Michigan's hopes for a suc-
cessful beginning of its ice season
much is expected of the two Wol-
verine centers, Captain Bill Mc-
Farland and Tom Rendall. Best

more hope for a better season than
the size of the squad promises.
Sophomores Flank MacFarland
Flanking MacFarland in the Wil-
verines first line tonight will be
two sophomore wingmen, George
Dinningan and Jerry Karpinka.
With Rendall at center, the sec-
ond line's wing positions will be
manned by two lettermen, Jay
Goold and Neil Buchanan.
Another veteran forward, Yves
Hebert, will be missing from the
lineup this weekend because he
has not fully recovered from a con-
cussion suffered last month in a
collision with freshman Doug Ru-
dolph during practice.
The absence of Hebert may -be
somewhat offset by the recent ad-
dition to,the squad of sophomore
Baden Cosby, 155-pound wingman
from Gravenhurst, Ontario. Cosby
will probably see occasional action
against McGill.
Howes To Start
Another sophomore of whom
much is expected is goalie Lorne
Howes. He has been given the nod
over veteran Bill Lucier for to-
night's starting assignment in
front of the net.
The three other newcomers to
the Wolverine squad-Bob Schiller,
Bernie Hanna, and Bob Pitts-will
alternate at the two defense posi-
tions.
Tonight will mark the seventh
battle between McGill and Michi-
gan. Thus far in the series, each
team has won three games.

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