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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12,1956

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1956 THE MICHIGAY DAILY PAGE SEVEN

wolverine

Sophomores

Lfend
SPORTS SHORTS:

Help

in

Ice

Debut

Tough Toronto Series Helps'
Strengthen Michigan Squad
By SI COLEMANI
and Don Gourley, both right
"It helped Michigan to start off wings, looked impressive in mak-
the season against a tough team." ing their college debuts.
With these words, Coach Vic Heyliger expressed an opinion
Heyliger expressed his opinion on that Michigan is rapidly skating
the recent series with the Univer- into shape. However, they will not
sity of Toronto, and more partic- be in top-notch shapeuntil they
ularly his feelings about the get more games under their belt.
strength of the opponent's team.
Lorne Howes, Michigan's out- As Michigan proceeds to get
standing goalie was judged by sharper, their passing will pick
many observers as the outstanding up. It was a little ragged in Satur-
player on the ice in both games. day's game, but that was probably
Toronto Rough due to the first time on- the ice
Toronto, bringing to Ann Arbor this season under fire.
an extremely well-balanced team Neil McDonald who has been
presented alert and rough hockey having some trouble with his back
to the Wolverines. An indication will be getting into better condi-
of this was an unusually high tion within the next couple of
number of penalties dealt to both games.

S-+ .1 '

Patterson Wins Trophy;
Top Coaching Jobs Open

NEW YORK ({P)-Floyd Patter-
son, the youngest heavyweight
champion in the history of the
prize ring, yesterday was named
winner of the Edward J. Neil Me-
morial Plaque as "fighter of the
year" by the Boxing Writers' Assn.
The 21-year-old former Olympic
champion who climaxed his spec-
tacular rise by knocking out Ar-
chie Moore in five rounds at Chi-
cago Nov. 30, will receive the
award at the association's annual
dinner, Jan. 24.
Patterson was the unanimous
choice of the writers who did not
consider any other nominee.

-Daily-Dick Gaskill
TOM RENDALL-Coach Vic Heyliger plans to shift the high
scoring senior to center position for Saturday's game with McGill.

teams.I
Once again, Michigan's strong
defense displayed fine hockey.1
Toronto's coach, Jack Kennedy,
t commented on Michigan's "good
solid defense." Particularly out-
standing was sophomore defense-
man Barrie Hayton. He gave indi-
cations during the series that he
will be a tough competitor
throughout his hockey career.
Sophomores Star
But Hayton was not the only
sophomore that played well for
the Maize and Blue. John Hutton

Rendall to Center
Heyliger is planning only one
change in his lines for the up-
coming game with McGill this
Saturday night. He expects to
shift Tom Rendall to center on the
first line and have Don McIntosh
and John Hutton on the wings.
One point of interest is that
there were no injuries attained in
the Toronto series, and everyone
is able to practice for the upcom-
ing McGill game and next week's
western trip to Colorado and Den-
ver.

1960 OLYMPICS IN ROME:
Detroit, Tokyo Contest for 1964 Site

The Neil trophy is the most
prized of all boxing awards and
is presented annually to the fight-
er of the year or the man who
did the most to advance the sport
during the year.
* * *
Many Jobs Open
NEW YORK (MP)-With a half-
dozen or so of the best coaching
jobs in college football up for
grabs, the "big name" men of the
coaching profession can expect to
spend a lot of time denying ru-
mors for the next month or so.
With the end of the 1956 college
season, three head coaches with
long and honorable records have
gone into retirement and a half-
dozen others have resigned-or
have been politely fired-at major
colleges.
The list reads like this:
Retired-Lou Little, Columbia;
Don Faurot, Missouri; and Jesse
Hill, Southern California. The last
two are moving into athletic di-
rectors' posts.
Resigned -Ed Price, Texas;
Chalmer (Woody) Woodward,
Southern Methodist; Bernie Crim-
mins, Indiana; Vince Difrancesca,
Iowa State; Lynn "Pappy" Wal-
dorf, California; and John Sauer,
the Citadel.

BERNIE CRIMMINS -recently
resigned Indiana head football
coach leaves door open to suc-
cessor, as he joins other collegi-
ate coaches who have left their
jobs,

Intramural
Scoreboard
I-M VOLLEYBALL
Residence Halls
Greene 4, Strauss 2
Chicago 4, Taylor 1
Van Tine 4, Reeves 0
Huber 4, Kelsey 2
International Center
Philippines 3, India 2
Ukraine 4, Burma 1
China over Africa (forfeit)
SWIMMING
Social Fraternity
ATO 32, Beta Theta Pt 24
Chi Psi 34, Theta Xi 23
Sigma Phi Epsilon 36, Theta
Delta Chi 21

HONG KONG (A)-Tokyo has at
least an even chance of hosting the
1964 Olympic Games, a high Can-
adian Olympic Games official said
yesterday.
Only two cities-Tokyo and De-
troit-at the present are under
serious consideration by the Inter-

MICHIGAN WRESTLING:

Squad Prepares For Holiday Meet

By PETE MARUDAS
Michigan athletic teams are
usually winners and the wrestling
squad is no exception.
Under the expert tutelage of
coach Cliff Keen, the Wolverine
grapplers have compiled an amaz-
ing winning average of .800 during
the last 31 years.
Champs Return
Back with the team this sea-
son will be Big Ten champions,
Mike Rodriguez at 157 pounds and
Jack Marchello at 167.
Rodriguez has only one semester
of eligibility left and will not com-
pete until the second semester.
Lost by graduation were John
McMahon and Frank Hirt who
garnered second place finishes in
the Conference meet and Don
Haney and Charles Anderson who
captured fourth place points.
Wilkes Tournament
The matmen are presently in the
midst of intensive workoixts in
preparation for the Wilkes Tourna-
ment, an annual holiday meet at
Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Reviewing team personnel, Keen
listed the following wrestlers as
top contenders in their respective
weight divisions :
Leading candidates in the 123-
lb. division are letterman Dan
Deppe and promising sophomore
Willard Root. Battling it out in
* the 130-lb. class are Deppe and
another fine sophomore Larry
Murray.
In a three way struggle for 137-
lb. honors are letterman Lloyd
Hamady, Murray, and the versatile
Majors Vote
To Remove
College Rule
CHICAGO () - The major
league club owners, in a surprise
move, voted yesterday to remove
the college rule whereby a big
league club was not permitted to
sign a college player after he had
reached his sophomore year.
Under the old rule put in effect
three years ago, a major league
club could negotiate with a col-
lege player only during his fresh-
man year.
But major league teams signed
players through its minor league
affiliate who was not under the
rule's jurisdiction, and for this
reason the rule was wiped off the
books.

Deppe. In a close fight for the
147-lb. starting position are soph-
omores Noel McIntosh and: Rick
Schneider.
Weber Good Prospect
Apparently all alone in the 157-
lb. class is sophomore Bob Weber,
son of freshman football coach
Wally Weber. Weber or Jack
Marchello, Big Ten Champion, are
probable starters at 167.

Aspiring for the top 177-lb. posi-
tion are Marchello and outstand-
ing sophomore Carl Lutomski. Thej
rough heavyweight division finds
junior letterman Rupert O'Brien,
senior John Wrona, and rugged;
sophomore Joel Baird all vying for
top honors.
Ineligible for competition this
semester is Max Pearson, 137-lb.
Big Ten Champion.

national Olympic Committee, said
E. Howard Radford, assistant chef
de mission of Canada's Olympic'
delegation and members of the
Canadian National Olympic Com-
mittee.
Radford said friends on the IOC
told him during the Melbourne
games, "its a tossup between
Tokyo and Detroit at this point."
Another Canadian source who
asked not to be identified said he
had heard in Melbourne that the
sensibilities of some countries had
been offended by Detroit's recent
offer to pay all traveling expenses
of the Olympic athletes and that
this might tip the scales in favor
of Tokyo.
Decide in June
Radford, interviewed aboard a'
plane flying from Melbourne to
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Hong Kong, said the IOC will meet
at The Hague, Holland, in May or
June with the heads of the Inter-
national Athletic Federation. After
sounding out athletic groups, the
IOC probably will be ready to
make a decision on the 1964 games
site, but will not necessarily an-
nounce it for some time.

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