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'iliE 3IICtlI(iAN iJAILIf PAGE THREE

: ucksters Face Montreal Cara bins Here

Tonight

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H ebert Back as Wolverines
Play Last Exhibition Series

COOLEY, GOMBERG TIE:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wins
Fraternity Wrestling Title

YVES HEBERT
. back in action

LATE HOCKEY SCORES
Botn 2, Ccagor 1
Montreal 2, Toronto 0

By PHIL DOUGLIS
Renewing one of the most color-
ful series in collegiate ice hockey,
the University of Montreal' Cara-
bins move into the Coliseum to-
night for the first of two games
against Vic Heyliger's surprising
Wolverine outfit.
Tonight's and tomorrow night's
games, both of which are slated
to start at 8:00 p.m., will be the
last exhibition series for the Mich-
igan squad, which moves into
Western Hockey League competi-
tion over the Christmas holidays
out in the Colorado Rockies.
The game will mark the sea-
son's debut of Michigan winger.
Yves Hebert, who has been out
with a concussion for several
weeks. Hebert will play as an al-
ternate on both lines.
- Carabins Top Laval
Michigan, which last week
trowig off the underdogsh role
and trampling McGill twice, will
face an even stiffer challenge this
weekend. Montreal, under the
guidanceof thur Therrieid fAt h n, has
on of the t ronestas inall
sity of Quebec, last year's Canad-
ian Conference champions.
The "Flyn Frenhme" of
Montreal dropped thei nother
game, a tight 5-3 loss to mighty
Toronto University, but Therrien
has brought his club a long way
since then.
Studded with veterans, Mon-
treal has given Michigan fits in
recent years. The Wolverines are
on the losing side of a 4-3-1 over-
all mark with the Carabins, the
last series in 1952 producing a
split. Michigan won the frt, game
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Montreal stormed back to take
the second tilt, 4-2.
sectacula ersthat0 collegehockey
has produced. The Montreal team,
made up almost entirely of fiery
French Canadians, plays a wide-
open, no holds barred style of
hockey, and on the basis of last
week's series against McGill, it ap-
pears as if Michigan has the
horses to run right with the Cara-
bins.
Veterans Return
Therrien has at least six mem-
bers of "Les Carabins" back that
played here against Michigan two
years ago. Goalie Cy Guevremont
will once again be in the nets, and
suc star aGeld Houe, Br
ques Day, Simon Senecal, and
Vitor Marchessault are .back
Two new finds also brighten the
iMontreal picture. Therrien has ac-
quired Gilles Daoust, the captain
of the Laval University champion-
ship team of last year. Daoust
transferred to Montreal to study
Another rookie sensation is
Claude Dagenais, a 170 pound cen-
ter who has impressed many ex-
perts with his flashy play.
For the Wolverines, it will be a
rad for aifthe brilliant swep
of the McGill series was just an
accident. Heyliger warns that
Michigan has never swept two
series from Canadian teams in the
same year--even in the national
championship era, but he added
that "We'll give 'em a real battie."
Mcowan.,

CLAUDE DAGENAIS, RUGGED MONTREAL CENTER,
WILL MAKE HIS DEBUT HERE TONIGHT
In Pre-Season Tourney

a to point vitoryilast night t
cpthe soia fraternty wetlin
championship at ten yM build
ing, while Gomberg and Cooley
houses fought to a 20-20 tie for
the Residence Hall. crown.
In the fraternity division1, Alpha
Tau Omega trailed the winners,
31-33, while Sigma Alpha Mu was
third with 16 points. In the Res-
Idence Hall division, Taylor house
was third with 14 points.
The fraternity championship
was decided early in the eveni.ng
in the 157 pound tussle. In this
match, Harry Athanson of Phi
Delta Theta got the decision over
ATO's Themie Majoros, dashing
ATO's last hopes for a tie with
SAE.
SAE Triumphs Twice -
SAE had two individual cham-
pions. Bill Juergens pinned SAM's
Dick Moss in the 130 pound class
and Lou Onders pinned his fra-
ternity brother John Kuchka in
thInhevResidence tHall division,
the champion Cooley and Gom-
berg houses took two and one- ti-
tles respectively. Cooley's Cal At-
wood pinned Gomberg's Earle
cown and inrantall Cooley final,
Bing Lsau defeated teammate Di.-
ego Enciso for the 123 pound ti-
tIe. Gombergs only champ was
Dick MacQueen, who pinned Al-
len-Rumsey's Glen Gale for the
137 pound laurels.
Other fraternity title winners
were the 123 pound champ, Bill

Siegel of SAM, who defeated The-
ta Chi's Carlos Anderson, 137
pound king John Bowen of ATO,
who pinned teammate J. Jacobs,
147 pound winner Don Fitch,
of Delta Tau Delta who de-
feated Chuck W/arner of ATO, 167
pound champ Rex Steele of Phi
Kappa Psi who pinned Dick Heine-
man of Theta Xi and in the 177
pound class, Paul Richardson of
Sigma Nu pinned Harry Carry
Carson of Delta Chi.
SOther Champions
Other residence hall champions
included 1130 pound champion Dick
Sumrerwell of ams, wo bde-
featd Bil Tyamaof Gmbeg,
147 pound king Mill Hunter of
Taylor wh decisioned Mike Bar-
Fred Beaver of Allen-Rumsey, who
pinned Dave Price of Scott, and
for the heavyweight title, Bob
Fontenesi of Strauss p i n n e d
George Armelagas of Adams.
Phi Delta Theta took the fourth
place team itl in he sal fa
sey took fourth honors in the res-
idence hall competition.
71 . Unlverslt

Rubs It In!
PHILADELPHIA -IP-It may
have seemed that Coach Ken
Loeffler was trying to add in-
suit to injury the other night
when NCAA basketball cham-
pion LaSalle trounced 'little
Penn Military College 94-39.
Late in the game with La-
Salle 50 points ahead, Loeffler
inserted All-America Tom Gola.
Afraid that some people
might misunderstand, Loeffler
explained that a photographer
"asked me to put Tom back in
so he could get more pictures
of him."
BannsterQuit
LONDON (JP)-Roger Bannister,
first man to break the four-minute
mile, announced last night he is
retiring from international com-
petition.
Bannister, 25, who ran the mile
in 3:59A4 at Oxford last May to be-
of thyear, recently qualifiedhas
a doctor.
Any chances that he would come
back into training and meet Lan-
dy in the Olympic Games in Mel-
bourne in November 1956 appear
nowstionbe completely out of the

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By JACK HORWITZ
For the first time in the history
ofMichiga wrestling, Coach Ciff
tournament before the opening of
the regular season competition.
Keen has accepted an invitation
to enter the Wilkes College Invita-
tional Tournanlent, to be held in
Wilkes-Barre, Penn.,'on December
29 and 30.
Preceeding the tournament,
Keen, who is president of the Na-
tinal Asocisaton of Coaches, will
This clinic will be held on De-
cember 28.

Another prep school titleholder,
Max Pearson, will take over in
the 137-pound class. Pearson, the
1953 Academy School champion,
formerly wrestled in the 130-pound
class. At 130 this season, Keen will
have veteran Frank Hirt and An-
derson.
Rodrigez Back
In the 157-pound division, Mike
Rodrigez will wrestle. He was in-
ured mos soflast season and wa

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e IAbout fifteen grapplers will
travel to Wilkes-Barre for the
D ies t 58tournament. Heading the list is
captin ndyKdul, Western Con-
WASHINGTON (P) - Bill Mc- ference 137-pound champion. Aft-
Gowan, the most durable umpire er capturing the 137-pound title at
in major league history, died yes-. East Lansing last spring, Kaul
terday after suffering his second captured fourth place in the NCAA
heart attack in less than a week. Ichampionships in his weight class.
He was 58. This season, Kaul will wrestle in
tThe peppery little McGowan re- theu147rweight division.il ee-
cut short his career. He had been tered in the 147-pound class in
an American League umpire f or the 23rd annual tournament. Ha-
30 years. ney, who alternates between the
From the time he joined the compiled a 7-1 record so far in
American League in 1925, McGow- 147 and 157 weight divisions, has
an didn't miss an inning for 16%V his college career.
54 consecutmied as nearly 400 promsing sophomores tothe tour-
games more than the playing rec.. ney. Dan Deppe, who has replaced
ord achieved by the late Lou Gehr- 'Charles Anderson in the 123-
ig of the New York Yankees. ,pound class, will be the only en-
- trant in his weight class. He is a
COLLEGE BASKETBALL former high school champion and
Wayne 65, Michigan Normal 64 held the Long Island title in 1953.

F acuity-Family INite
Faculty-Family Night will be
held this Saturday night at the
Intramural Building, from 7:30-
10:00 p.m.
Children must be accompa-
nied by adults.
Ten and NCAA championships.
However, Keen feels that he is
ray for action and will be a
Rounding out the rest of the
squad to travel to the meet will
be John McMahon, in the 167
weight division, Tom Krause or
Dick Hill, in the 177 class, Paul
Melgaard or John Wrondumn, in
Bill Klesar, in th hevyweight
class. .
After the Wilkes-Barre trip, the
Maize and Blue squad will return
home to prepare for the Confer-
ence opener with Purdue on Janu-
ary 8. -

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NY's IBerra
Wins MVP
NEW YORK (P) - Larry Yogi
Berra, the New York Yankees'
slugging catcher, yesterday became
the sixth two-time winner of the
AmericanwaLeague's most valuable
In a close vote of a 24-man
committee of the Baseball Writ-
ers Association, Berra edged a pair
of Cleveland Indians, outfielder
Larry Doby and second baseman
Bobby Avila.
named most valucabei chis league
in 1951.
Doby, who led the league in
home runs, took second place with
210 points and Avila third with
203. Orestes (Minnie) Minoso of
the Chicago White Sox was
fourth with 186 and Cleveland's
Bob Lemon, top pitcher in the
voting, fifth with 179.
SPOR TS
PHIL DOUGLIS
Night Editor

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North Carolina 88, South Carolina 67
North Carolina State 99, Penn State 77
NBA LATE SCORE
syracuse 120, Boston 1417
New York 98, Philadelphia 96

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Faculty
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