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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3,1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Hockey,

Cage

Squads

1955-56

Seasons

Wolverine
leers Face.
McGill Here.
Weather Cancels
Last Night's Tilt
Bad weather has reduced the
Michigan-McGill weekend hockey
series to only one game-to be
f played tonight at the Coliseum at
8 p.m.,
The McGill team was originally
scheduled to be here last night,
but their plane was grounded yes-
terday afternoon in Toronto. After
notifying Michigan Coach Vic
Heyliger, McGill made plans to
travel by train and arrive here at
noon today," in plenty of time for
tonight's contest.
Since the game is a non-Western
League one, no attempt will be
made for rescheduling.
Ticket Manager Don Weir an-
nounced that students who bought
tickets for last hight's game can
either get a refund or save them
for the first game-only-of the
Denver University series on Tues-
day, Dec. 13.
Tickets on Sale Early
Tickets for tonight's contest can
be purchased at the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building starting at
8:30 a.m. Advance sale will also
be at the Coliseum after 5 p.m.
Tonight will be the first chance
r for Wolverine fans to view Hey-
liger's highly touted squad, which
will be seeking to get off to a fast
start this season in defense of its
NCAA hockey crown.
Two vitally important Confer-
ence series will follow. Next week-
end Michigan travels to Grand
Forks to play strong North Dakota
University. Only three days later,
the Heyligermen return to Ann
Arbor in what, perhaps, could be
the biggest two games of the year
against Denver University.

Oen
Tonight-
'M' Quintet
Invades Pitt
In Opener
Sophs Tillotson,
Wright to Start
{?; r .. What's in the future for Michi-
gan's basketball team this year?
h Tonight's season opener with
Pittsburgh at the Smokey City
should begin to give a ,hint of what
the Wolverine potential is, al-
though the game can't paint a
complete picture.
in facing Pitt. the Wolverines
pay' meeting the same caliber of
plyfound in the Big Ten.
Also, Ron Kramer, Michigan's
big hope at center, has been prac-
ticing for only 12 days. Extra-
ordinary athlete though he is, this
is not enough time spent to get
himself completely into shape.
Game Tests Sophs
The game will show however,
TohnHirzei how Michigan's two sophomores,
ohnHirzel Pete" Tillotson and Billy Wright,
'ten men react under actual game condi-
right Billy tions. It will show just how ready
ams, Ron Kramer is for basketball. If Jim
h tonight. Barron is allowed to play, it will
show how much his knee really
hinders him during actual action.
It will also give a view of Michi-
gan's offensive and defensive
d " smoothness, showing whether they
lay are as yet an integrated group or
Michigan is slightly favored in
ard-winning tonight's game, and stands 7-2
will present in the series.
The Wolverine starting five of
ow and high Tom Jorgenson and Wright at the
vill give an guards, Kramer at center, and
diving, and Jerry Stern and Tillotson at for-
ng routines wards will meet a Pittsburgh
the varsity squad "improved" over last year.
Michigan whipped the Panthers
e show will 101-71 at the last meeting.
vent featur- Two Pittsburgh cagers that the
ateur divers. Wolverines will be especially wary
r act with a of are center Bob Lazor, 61611, and
ie dive right Joe Fenwick, a sharp shooting
fast as pos- guard who's been around for three
years.

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WOLVERINES LOOK UP-to a successful 1955-1956 season, they hope. Shown are the
who figure to enter most prominently in Michigan's basketball plans this year: (left to ri
Wright, Captain Tom Jorgenson, Jerry Stern, Randy Tarrier, Pete Tillotson, Harvey Willi
Kramer, Milt Lingle, Jim Shearon and Jim Barron. They open their season at Pittsburg

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State AAU Swim Meet Here Tot

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By AL WINKELSTEIN

Everything from a gala water
show to the initial debut of the
season for the Wolverine swim-
ming squad will feature the 21st
annual Michigan AAU Swimming
Championships at the I-M build-
ing today.
The program is divided in two
parts, with the' qualifying events
scheduled for 2:30, and the finals
along with a swimming variety
show at 8:30.
Competing against the varsity
swimmers will be several outstand-

SPORTS
Night Editor'
STEVE HEILPERN

.Aw

ing members of the freshman
squad, and many of the top swim-
mers throughout the state.
Returning from last year's squad
will be two of the outstanding
swimmers in the nation, Jack and
Bert Wardrop.
Jack made national headlines
last season when he bested Ohio
State star Ford Konno, and set
the world's record in the 400-yard
individual medley.
Bert, one of the most versatile
performers on the varsity, is the
choice to cop the 200-yard indi-
vidual medley, although he may
receive stiff competition from
freshman Darrell Heinrich.
Woolly, Hanley Fine Prospects
One of the top races on the
program should be the 100-yard
freestyle, which pits two of the
top freshman swimmers against
three returning lettermen. Carl
Woolly and Dick Hanley, both

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Opening of Art Exhibit by Women's Group
of Ann Arbor Art Association
Concert of ?music by Vivaldi, Bach and others
by Camilla Heller Doppmann, cellist,
William Doppmann, pianist
SUNDAY, DEC. 4, 3 P.M.
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U.S. Olympic Hockey Official
Plians for Game With Michigan

freshmen, and rated as tremend-
ous prospects, will vie for the hon-
ors against co-captain John
O'Reilly, Harrison Wehner and
Fritz Meyers, ally lettermen.
Jim Thurlow, one of the top
swimmers on last year's squad will
be paired against another top
freshman, Dick Alsobrook, in the
100-yard breaststroke.
Thurlow, along with Myers and
co-captain Mike Delaney will race
in the 100-yard butterfly.
The "show" part of the program
owwill include such events as water
ballet, comedy swimming, and fan-
cy and comedy diving. The Michi-

Hockey fans keep the date-Jan.
11, 1956-in mind.
At a press and radio luncheon
in Detroit yesterday, plans for the
big game on this date between
Michigan and the U.S. Olympic
team were announced.
The Olympia in Detroit will be
the scene for the classic struggle
between what conceivedly could be
the two "best" amateur hockey
teams in the country today.
Bob Ridder, a vice-president of
the Amateur Hockey Association
of the U.S. and manager of the
Olympic Hockey Club, made the
following statement:
"Knowing Michigan's power as
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will be the strongest competition
we will face before we reach Eu-
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squad."
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Ridder also mentioned that he
feels the Olympic team this year
should be "the best American team
that ever went abroad."
Arrangements will be made in
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transportation to Detroit and back
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