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then skated in close and master-
fully flipped the puck past the
out-maneuvered Broadbelt.
The final tally came at 16:06
when FacFarland passed the puck
in front of the net whereupon
Maxwell blasted it in.
Meanwhile ensuing events and
high tempers started a scramble
at the blue line. Dunnigan who
was following the play collided

fiercely with Denver's Larry John.
MacFarland skated over after the
score to pull John off Dunnigan
and became engaged in the fight.
What followed was a miniature
battle royale with a triple penalty
as the result. Dunnigan and John
each drew major misconduct pen-
alties of five minutes which ef-
fectively eliminated them from the
remainder of the contest, while

With everyone else "spruced up"
for the Season, be sure you, too
are in a festive mood with some-
thing new and colorful in ties or
shirts for the holidays, from Ernie
Kuohn's.

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MacFarland dreaw a two-minute
penalty for roughing.
Heyliger Exuberant
Coach Vic Heyliger was exub-
erant over the performance of his
team. "When these boys want to
play hockey, they can really get
out there and play," he ex6laimed.
"This is what we've been waiting
for."
"Howes played beautiful hockey,"
he added, in praising the junior
goalie's' nany brilliant saves.
Neil McDonald, who sat out the
game with a wrenched knee, will
return after vacation.
With three weeks to rest up
before their next encounter, a
January 6 battle, at Michigan
State, the Wolverines should be
able to recover from all their in-
juries and return to full strength
as they head into the mnain stretch
of the season.
Pitts Hits
FIRST PERIOD: Goals: 1-Deiver
-Kilbey (Smith) 9:46; 1-Michi-
gan - Switzer (Rendall, Hanna)
17:01; 2-Michigan-Pitts (Mac-
Farland) 19:51.
Penalties: Michigan-Pitts (trip-
ping) 11:57; Schiller (elbowing)
17:48; M. Buchanan (roughing)
18:19; Denver-Off (board-check-
ing) 5:37; Off (interference) 10:49;
Kilbey (elbowing) 17:48; Smith
(roughing) 18:19.
SECOND PERIOD: Goals: 3-Michi-
gan-Rendall (N. Buchanan, Swit-
zer) 0:32; 2-Denver-Kilbey (Mid-
dleton) 12:42.
Penalties: Michigan-N. Buchanan
(unnecessary roughness) 8 :31;
Hanna (cross-checking) 9 : 5 2;
Schiller (board-checking) 12:30;
Switzer (tripping) 16:46; Denver-
Hudson (hooking) 1:22; Off (inter-
ference) 3:31; Kilbey (unnecessary
roughness) 8:31.
TIfRD PERIOD: Goals: 4-Michi-
gan-Pitts (MacFarland) 4:19; 5--
Michigan - MacFarland (Maxwell,
Dunnigan) 7:21; 6 - Michigan --
Maxwell (MacFarland) 16:05.
Penalties: Michigan - Dunnigan
(fighting - five minutes) 16:05;
MacFarland (roughing) 16:05; Han-
na (holding) 19:19; Denver-Kil-
bey (holding) 1:58; Dickson (hook-
ing) 2:43; Raymond (illegal check)
10:51; John (fighting-five min-
utes) 16;05.
Season's Greetings
to All??
Look well-groomed for those
Holiday Occasions
The Dascola Barbers
Near Michigan Theatre

Takes I-M
Swim Title
In a close meet, Williams House
defeated Huber House, 31-26, last
night, to capture the Residence
Halls swimming championship and
the second swimming title in
Williams history.
The score was close throughout
the meet, with the outcome only
certain after Mike Camras and
Ron Deem had placed first and
second in the 25-yard freestyle
race. This enabled Williams to
forge toa 28-20 lead with only the
medley relay to go.
Williams Cops Relay
Williams got off to a lead in
the first event with Deem, Mike
Rubin, Camras and Bob Denison
combining to cop the 100-yard
relay race.
Al McKenzie took an important
first for Williams in the breast-
stroke to offset seconds and thirds
by Huber's Jim Schellenberg and
Gene Correll.
Williams' Bob Denison edged
Huber's Pete Kelley to take the
50-yard free style event.
Huber Pulls Close
Huber House pulled to within
one point of Williams when Dick
Osius and Clark Bassett placed
first and second in the backstroke.
The combination of Bassett,
Schellenberg, and Kalember won
the final event for Huber, the
medley relay, but it wasn't enough
to surmount the lead that Williams
had built up.

Williams

By TED JOSEPH
Many downhearted blue-jerseyed
men walked into the Michigan
dressing room in Grand Forks last
Saturday night, but few were more
disappointed than the man wear-
ing the numeral "3" across his
back.
For Bob Schiller, stellar defense-
man, it was even more disappoint-
ing- -- it shattered his hopes of
having the hockey team go un-
defeated this year.
"North Dakota, with seven games
under its belt, was just in better
condition than we were. With a
little more practice, there is no
telling how far we may go," added
Schiller.
Sidelined By Injury
Now in his second year with the
varsity, Schiller suffered a serious
injury in last season's Montreal
game. It was at a ,time when the
Wolverines needed him most.
A Carabin player accidentally
smashed his skate in Schiller's
mouth, opening a gash requiring
35 stitches to close. The severe
impact of the collision also splin-
tered his cheek bone.
It looked as if Schiller was go-
ing o be out of action for a long
time, but he could not be denied-
he just would not let his skates
hang idle.
After only three weeks of "leis-
ure," he came back with sparkling
stick-play to help lead Michigan
to its NCAA crown last March.
NHL SCORE
Chicago 4, New York 1

"It was the biggest thrill of my
life," said the prematurely gray-
haired junior, a native of Windsor.
Ontario.
Started Early
An interesting sidelight into the
life of Schiller is that he proudly
belongs to a family of nine boys
and seven girls. It was from :hese
brothers that he learned how to
skate at the early age of
four. When he was 12, Schiller
had already broken into organized
hockey.
Schiller attended both Assump-
tion in Windisor and St. Michaels
in Toronto for his high-school edu-
cation. He did not limit his ath-
letics to hockey as he was a' top
Track Meet
Don Canham's track team
will stage an intrasquadmeet'
tonight at Yost Field House.
This will be the first opportun-
ity that the public has had to
see the track men in action.
player in football and baseball.
Oddly enough, teammates Neil
and Mike Buchanan were also his
hockey teammates at St. Michaels.
'Great on Power Plays'
Coach Vic Heyliger claims, "that
Schiller has a lot of natural abili-
ty, one of the best shots in the
country and is great on power
plays. Once he overcomes the
habit of getting out of position
when he goes after the pucl, he
will be one of collegiate hockey's
finest players."

--Daily-Dick Gaskill
ED SWITZER (r.) and Neil Buchanan (third from right) battle with Denver's Blair Livingstone
for control of the puck in center ice midway through the first period of last night's game which
Michigan won, 6-2. Defenseman Bernie H anna. (far left) stands ready to foil any breakthrough
attempt by Livingstone.

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