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SECTION TWO-PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN BILLY

DECEMBER, 5, 1956

SECTION TWO-PAGE EIGHT TUE MICIIIGAX DILLY DECEMBER, ~, 1951

SI X-TIME NCAA CHAMPS:
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254 games played.
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Kathryn Hulme-The Nun's Story .............$4.00 nual tournament
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Christmas Cards and 'pprappins to both coach and
I To leters who have worn
frem 5+e and is Blue on the ice do
Those men on your gift list will years.
always appreciate any of the wide Heyliger's recor
BUY AND SAVE at range of toilet articles and good hockey coach puts
grooming aids available. Casey Sn in
An electric razor in a smart case Brown and Bud W
will always delight him. There are ball and Phog Al
also a number of famous-name They are all Simi
State St. at North University ter-shave lotion an ospect but one.
for the men. The above men
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Hockey

BENNETT
e sports world,
are known as
one team repre-
it certainly is
oach Vic Heyli-
nure as coach,
ave won 190 of
the nine years
as held its an-
to determine
college hockey,
er failed to gain
ate.
those nine years
have reigned as
50 and 1954 did
p to victory.
'tribute
nds as a tribute
the many play-
n the Maize and
wn through the
d as collegiate
him on par with
baseball, Paul
ilkinson in foot-
en in basketball.
ilar in every re-
tioned have al-
with an abun-
from which to
hile he has had3
rial, usually has
depth on his
31
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years, he hasn'tE
or 13 men with
Despite this, he1

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THWARTED-Michigan's Tom Rendall (12) is thwarted as United States Olypmic goalie Don Rigazio stops his shot in action last
winter in Detroit's Olympia. Former Minnesota star Johnny Mayasich (extreme right) of the Olympians moves in to help out in a game

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brushes or a manicure kit in a
leather case are handsome and
useful gifts.
A novelsgift is dry skin cream
and lotion to protect him against
the cold chapping weather. Other
toilet articles such as a gift box
of shaving needs also make pleas-,
ing gifts.

draw; Heyliger, wi
good quality mates
never had much
squads.
Few To We
For the past two
had more than 12
which to work. D

won by the Olympians, 4-1.
year's squad has yet to be tested
under game conditions.
According to Heyliger, "The
league is much stronger this year.
It seems to be getting tougher ev-
ery year."
For those who are familiar with
last year's mad scramble, a much
stronger or more evenly balanced
league is hard to picture.
Future Is 'Bright'
From the Michigan standpoint,
a conservative estimate would be

men returning, with only Bill Mc-
Farland, the team's leading scorer,
and Jay Goold, missing from last
year.
Heading the list of returnees
are All-Americans Lorne Howes,
goalie; Bob Schiller, defense and
Tommy Rendall, right wing.
Top notch goalies are a tradi-
tion at Michigan, and Howes is
no exception. Following in the il-
lustrious footsteps of such Michi-
gan greats as Willard Ikola and

For his traveling needs a man has produced national champion
will appreciate a waterproof lined teams each year.
leather and plastic toilet kit. This brings us to this year and
Gifts such as toilet accessories the question, "What are Michi-
for men have be~nqen aceted Ian's chances of repeating ans

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through the ages as necessities champions?" that the future is "bright.," Hal Downes, the lithe nt. has be-
and are always appreciated. It's much too early to tell. This The Wolverines have 11 letter- from Kirkland Lake, Ont. has be-
come the "favorite" of Coliseum
'4mmmZ M T s ; :wg; ; 11*9 71-NA %9 ; Ntrn crowds.
Average Was 2.1 Goals
C His average last year of only 2.1
goals allowed per game in the free
scoring Western Intercollegiate
SHockeyLeague speaks well for his
e e ability.
This Christmas Give Shirts! bRumorshave been flying that
Howes may only be available for
the first semester. There is a good
j chance that he will get his degree
IVY LEAGUE STYLE Sli TS { January, and graduation would
end his playing even though he is
eligible for an entire season's play.
- Should such a situation arise,
Heyliger could call on sophomore
A rRoss Childs without any qualms.
Assorted Plaids and Stripes Childs has been improving stead-
y 2) eily in practice and is developing
Sanforized -WashableW S
restlers See]
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By HANK ROSENBAUM
A third straight Big Ten champ-
wa rm flannelIs- rayons-- cottons ionship will be the goal of the
Michigan wrestling squad this sea-
assorted colors However, the loss of four key
Al r:veterans by graduation will make
So n fo r ized-W ashable it an uphill battle.
Missing from this year's squad
will be John McMahon and Frank
f j Hirt, second place finishers in the
D y Big Ten meet held at Northwestern
SI IIR. T 1 University last year.
Don Haney and Charley Ander-
son, who garnered points for
t Nationally advertised Tru-Vaf .l fourth place finishes in the Con-
ference tournament, will also be
1 gone.
Regular and French cuffs Captain Mike Rodriguez, Con-
ference 157-pound titlist for the
- past two seasons, will be inelgible
for the first semester but hopes
to be ready to go as the squad
heads into the home stretch.
Marchello Back
Big Ten 177-pound champion,
sophomore Jack Marchello will be
back to bolster the team as will
122 E. W ashington St. Dan Deppe. third place finisher
in the 123-pound division.
Max Pearson, 1955 Big Ten 130-
s °a5 pound titleholder will also be in-
Seligible the first semester but is
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faster than Heyliger originally
thought he would.
Rugged Defense Expected
Michigan's defense will be rug-
ged. Headed by Schiller and Capt.
Bob Pitts, this year's defenders are
rated even better than last year
by Heyliger.
Lettermen Neil Buchanan and
Bernie Hanna are also available,
along with sophomore Barrie Hay-
ton, whom Heyliger sees as one of
the best defensemen to come onto
the Michigan scene in years.
MacFarland's gap will be hard
to fill on offense. The big center
from Toronto, a playmaker de-
luxe, is now a prize prospect in the
Detroit Red Wings farm system,
playing with Edmonton in the
Western League.
Entire Line Is Back
The Wolverines have six veter-
an forwards on hand this year,
including an entire line from last
season. The unit is composed of
Neil McDonald at center and Ed
Switzer and Dick Dunigan on the
wings.
After McDonald, however, there
is no experienced centerman. This
situation has necessitated switch-
ing two players, normally wings,
to the center post-Don McIntosh
and Jerry Karpinka.

McIntosh will pivot John Hut-
ton and Rendall. A third line will
have Baden Cosby and Don Gour-
ley skating with Karpinka.
Better Balance This Year
The three attacking uints pro-
vide better balance and greater
depth for this year's squad.
Looking ahead to the second se-
mester, four more players will be
available for the last month of the
campagin. Seasoned performers
Mike Buchanan and Wally Max-
well will regain their eligibility
and Gary Starr and John Rendall,
currently second semester fresh-
men, will be able to play.
But as Heyliger says, the league
is much stronger this year. Michi-
gan Tech, runners-up a year ago,
have their entire team returning,
with the exception of a third
string forward.
Colorado College and Michigan
State had good freshmen teams
last year and Minnesota is always
tough. North Dakota and Denver
will enter strong representatives
and so it goes.
There's a long season ahead -
an 18 game league schedule for
Michigan. The outlook is bright,
but so is it for six other schools.
The ever present element of
time, as always, holds the future.

k Third Big Ten Crown;
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will battle with Deppe for the 123
and 130 pound starting berths.
Sophomore Larry Murray will
try for a position at either 130 or
137. In the 147-pound class, Noel
McIntosh and Rick Schneider are
the top prospects and Bob Weber,
son of freshman football coach
Wally Weber could move into the
157-pound slot in the absence of
Rodriguez.
Sophomore Carl Lutomski and
Vic Hansn head the list of candi-
dates at 177 and junior, Rupert
O'Brien, last year's regular heavy-
weight, will be back.
Also out for the heavyweight
position is Joe Baird, a sopho-
more.
Glass Will Assist Keen
Assisting Coach Keen this year
will be Brad Glass, former Prince-
ton grappler and 1951 NCAA hea-
vyweight titleholder.
Glass, who just finished a three
year hitch in the Navy, will also
be attending Law School. He is
married and has two sons.
A graduate of New Trier high
school in Wilmette, Illinois, Glass

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CHARLES ANDERSON
. . . gone this season
looking for another crack at a
Conference crown.
Coach Cliff Keen will be starting
his 32nd season at the helm. Over
this span Keen has turned out
nine Conference championship
teams, eight second place finishers
and eight squads that wound up
in third place.
There will probably be many
new faces in the Wolverine lineup.

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