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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24,1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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give Michigantwhat seemed to be
a comfortable advantage.
But the hard skating Tigers,
k coupled with the rarefied atmos- K:.
phere of the Rockies got to the.*.
Michigan team in the second peri-
od, and were able to get back in
contention. Two goals by Bob
McCusker and one by Ron Laugh-
lin knotted the count at 4-4. DON HUTTON
McCusker scored at the 3:51 . scores twice
mark and the Wolverines then
held off the Tigers till the latter
stages of the period.
HesInjured L AW n
Around the 13 minute mark
Michigan goalie Lorne Howes suf- Fra
fered an ankle injury while mak- e
ing a save, After a delay in the 3s T te
game, Howes returned to action,
but less than a minute later Wh1I tih

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Lfee Leads Wolverines
In Easy 100.60 Victory
(Continued from Page 1)
their free throw attempts they
with 15 points His defensive play lost their shooting eye and wound
up with a .606 average.
was equally as good as he snared Looked Sharp
several wayward Kent S t a t e The starting five looked veryI
passes. sharp in its ball handling and had
The Wolverines hit on 40 of its fast break under control. Kent
their 96 shots for a fine .417 per- State at one point in the game
:centage but after a good first half atmtdafl or rs u
in which they made 70 percent of- the home team soon discouraged
their efforts.
The victory boosted the Wolver-
ines above the .500 mark with
three wins and two defeats. The
loss sent Kent State homeward
bound with its sixth loss in seven
games.

Laughlin peat him to narrow th
margin to one goal.
This scoring play was hotly pro
tested by the Michigan player
and Coach Vic Heyliger. claimin
that Laughlin was offside whe
he took the pass that led to th
goal.
'M' Takes Brief Lead
The game Wolverines, who stil
have yet to earn a single point i
the Western Intercollegiate Hock
ey League, forged back into th
lead early in the third period o
a goal by Dickie Dunnigan. Bu
shortly afterward, the clever Scott
goal came at 6A45 and the clinch
give the Tigers the edge. His firs
a sophomore, beat Howes twice t
er at the nine minute mark.
Michigan battled back in des
peration, swarming around Tige
goalie Howard Viger, but couldn'
put the. elusive disc into his net
In the last minute of play, Hey
liger pulled-Howes from the Mich
Igan net, but McCusker spoile
that bit of strategy by firing hi
third goal of the night into th
open cage.
H-o ckey
FIRST PERIOD: Goals--
Michigan-Switzer (Buchana
(McIntoch) 7:31, 3-Michiga
11:00; 4-Michigan-Hutton
SECOND PERIOD: Goals--
Colorado-Laughlin-14:00; 3-
THIRD PERIOD: 1-Michigan
3:51; 1-Colorado-Scott 6:45;
orad6"-Mc7Musker 19:00.
SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS
'M'A thlete
(Continued from Page 1)
waiting in line all night long fo
the weekend series tickets.
The anti-climax came a wee
later at Colorado Springs whe
Michigan was able to beat Ted
again. 7-5, for its sixth NCAA
hockey championship in nin
years.
Spring brought Michigan's usua
fine showing in baseball, track
golf, and tennis. It was in the
latter, on May 26, that Michiga
again won the Big Ten champion
ship along with the track team.
MacKay on Davis Cup Team
Captain Barry MacKay wo
both the singles and doubles titles
COMING FRIDAY
Trapped ...
by Ute Revenge!
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Lambda Chi Alpha edged Sigma.
Phi Epsilon, 31-26, to win the I-Mt
social fraternity swimming title
yesterday at the new men's pool.:
Outcome of the meet was not
decided until the last event, the
75-yard medley relay. LCA held
a 25-23 lead going into this race.I
After overcoming an early Sig
Ep lead, LCA's relay team of Bill
Graham, Jim Knowlton. and Gary
Sprague won going away. They
finished in record time of :38.3,
half a second better than the pre-
vious standard.
Individual Winners
Individual winners for Lambda
Chi Alpha included Knowlton in
the 25-yd. breast stroke, Sprague_
in the 50-yd. freestyle, and Stan
Head in the 25-yd. freestyle.
LCA's Bill Graham added a sec-
ond place in the 25-yd. backstroke,
.which was won by Sig Ep's Buzz
Gutowsky.
The losers' 100-yard relay team,
consisting of Thad Ketchum,

Centutry Mark!
MICHIGAN FG FT PF TP
Burton, f-c 6 1 1 13
Dunlap, f 1 0 1 2
Kramer, f 6 3 3 15
Tarrier, f 4 3 2 11
Gualtieri, f 1 0 0 2
Tillotson, f-c 5 0 2 10
Lee, f 9 5 2 23
Lewis, g 2 1 0 5
Raisor, g 0 2 1 2
Wright, g 5 1 3 11
Shearon, g 1 4 0 6
TOTALS 40 20 15 100
KENT STATE FG FT PF TP
Raybuck, f 3 4 3 10
Birt, f 6 2 3 14
O'Connor, f 1 1 3 3
Edmunds, c 5 2 4 12
Miller, c . 0 0 1 0
Gorsline, g 0 2 3 2
Snider, g 0 0 0 0
Gorman, f 0 0 1 0
Benes, f-g 2 1 2 5
Johnson, g 6 2 3 14
Thomson, f 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 23 14 23 60

MICHIGAN DAILY
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LINES 1 DAY 3 DAYS 6 DAYS
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Figure 5 average words to a lin~e.
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11 :00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241
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at
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328 E. Liberty NO 3-0224
?S47
REGISTERED female pet Siamese. By
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UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS, AND ALL
THROUGH THE HOUSE - They'll
carry the portable radio you give
them for Christmas. We carry a com-
plete line of famous GE radios, from
transistors to console models. Also
1957 model GE television sets includ-
ing portables priced from $99.95 and
up. Also a good selection of record
players.
IDEAL RADIO SHOP
"Authorized G.E. Dealer"
1531 Miller Ave. Phone NO 2-3660
)S27
MANY MONEY SAVERS
Flannel slacks, 100% wool gabardine
and flannel, assorted colors, $10.95;
plaid shirts, $3.88. Many other gift
items.

XMAS GIFTS
9x12 COTTON RUGS
$29.95
Many variety of colors to choose from.
SMITH'S FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington
Open NO 3-5536
Open Monday evening until 8:30
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A Picture to Remember
Is a Gift to Remember
RENTSCHLER STUDIO
Fine photography'since 1890
319 E. Huron
)S20
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TELEPHONE SALES - It's easy. We
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our phone at desk in our office. Call
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)H71
NATIONALLY ACCREDITED Ann Ar-
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full time, one part-time commercial
or trainee artist beginning January.
Previous commercial art experience
helpful but not essential. Call NO
8-8757 for appointment. )H70
CARRIERS for the Michigan Daily.
Openings available now and after
Christmas vacation. Excellent pay.
Morning hours. No collecting. Call NO
2-3241 and leave message for Dick
Alstrom and I will call you. )H67
WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part-
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Company.
Phone NO 8-9382. )H20
STUDENTS: Male or female can build
a profitable permanent business in
spare time. $50.00 investment and un-
limited earning. Give best time for
interview. P. o. Box 207, Howell,
Mich. )H61
MISCELLANEOUS
FOX MOTEL
(Formerly Boyd's)
2805 E. Michigan HU 2-2204
)S4
WANTED TO RENT
3 QUIET STUDENTS need furnished, 3
man apt. for second semester or
longer. Call NO 3-0521, ext. 253. )L5
YOUNG LADY desires to obtain an
apartment to live in with another
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ter. Call NO 3-5557. )L4
REAL ESTATE
THE BUTTS & SWISHER CO.
REALTORS
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facilities for 4 male students. Call
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for 3 or 4 persons. On campus. NO
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL

USED CARS
ENGLISH Sunbeam Talbot - 2 Door
Sedan, dark gray, leather upholstery.
High gas mileage. Fine condition. NO
3-8361 after 6 P.M. )N76
For a MERRY CHRISTMAS, 10:30 toE
11:00, 1050 on your dial - Lawrence
Welk, Christmas Morning.
Courtesy of DON PRINGLE
DODGE-PLYMOUTH
331 S. Fourth Ave. )N75
'49' PACKARD
Four door. New tires. Excellent mechan-
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1948 MERCURY sedan, deluxe acces-
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no rust. $189. Phone NO 3-5519. )N52
1956 FORD, V-8, Ford-O-Matic, fully
equipped. $1850. Call NO 2-2783 af-
ter 6 p.m. )N32
CHRYSLER '51, four door, beautiful
condition, 200 H.P., V-8, new nylon
tires, 16 miles flash gal. Call NO 2-
8436 eves. )N74
TRANSPORTATION
RIDERS WANTED - Connecticut via
turnpike route. Leaving Saturday
morning. Share expenses. Call NO 3-
0009 after 5 P.M. )G17
DRIVING TO DOVER, New Jersey Fri-
day afternoon. Riders wanted to
share expenses. Call NO 2-1866 after 6
P.M. )G18
DRIVERS WANTED to Olympia, Wash-
ington. Two new Plymouth station
wagons, about early January. Car ex-
pense reimbursed. Telephone days
NO 2-4561. )G16
FLY TO MIAMI-Round trip $79.61
plus tax. Plane will leave 8:00 Decem-
ber 22. Will leave Miami at 9:00 P.M.
January 2. Lunch included. Phone NO
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BUSINESS SERVICES
FOREIGNERS-Would you like to im-
prove your English? Private lessons
given by a teacher during vacation.
Call NO 2-0325. )J40
EXPERT FOREIGN and Sports Car
Service. Nye Motor Sales, Inc., 514
E. Washington, NO 3-4858. )J19
TYPEWRITER REPAIR & service pick-
upand delivery. Moseley Typewriter
Service. 204 N. 4th Ave. NO 3-5888
)J22
RE-WEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
rewoven. Let us save your clothes.
Weave-Bac Shop, 224 Nickels Arcade.
)J2
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Drop in for a free demonstration any
time. Write or phone for a free book-
let "Questions and Answers About
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BETTER VISION
CENTER
Your occulist prescriptions filled

LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Man's Elgin wrist watch with
steel ease & band. Reward. Phone
NO 8-7723. )A71
E _ _ FOR SALE
USED BIKE - two months old; rea-
sonable. Call Richard Stauffer, NO 2-
8372. )B162
RARE VIOLINS
and Bows
All Accessories. Strings, Repairs
Maddy Music
508 E. William
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) B74
SIAMESE-Stud Service. Call Mrs. Pe-
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CHRISTMAS
DECORATIONS
AT
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215 South Fifth NO 3-5616
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H I-Fl
STEREO DEMONSTRATION
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Audio Supply Loboratories
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forget someone? There's still time to
take care of him by phoning us. We'll
be open all during vacation, too. Stu-
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Campbell & Son Bakery
With a cheery little rhyme
We would like to say
Have a bright & happy holiday time
.Joyous in every way.
MERRY CHRISTMAS
HAPPY NEW YEAR

UP 'N AT 'EM--Michigan's
George Lee (35) leaps in the air
trying to score for the Wolver-
ine cagers

MUST BEAT PITT:
cresters Set
For Wilkes-Barre Meet

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e George Cress, Gutowsky, and Tom two times witi a first and second
Allen, also won their event. The Michigan wrestling team, place team award.
under the watchful eye of coach . One Change
Cliff Keen, is hard at work in pre- This year"s tournament has
Sta tstiCSparation for the annual holidaybeen changed, in that no high
-Colorado-Villeneuve 2:30; 1- tournament at Wilkes Barre, Pa. school wrestlers will be allowed
n) 5:50; 2-Michigan-Rendall The 25th tournament held by The team will leave Ann Arbor
n-Hutton (Mclntoch, Rendall) Wilkes College on Dec. 28-29, will on Dec. 27, and drive to Wilkes
Mclntoch, Rendall) 15:00. be bigger and better than ever Barre. They will stay at the stu-
-Colorado-McCusker 3:10; 2- with over 300 entrants expected. dent dormitories.
-Colorado-McCusker 19:51, It is the largest open tourna- Title Threats
i-Dunnigan (Switzer, McDonald) ment in the country in terms of Last years regulars, Dan Deppe
2-Colorado-Scott 9:00; 3-Col- entries. and Jack Marchello will try to'
This is the third time our grap- annex their respective weight divi-
piers have entered the competi- sion championships as will Larry
tion, having returned the last Murray, Lloyd Hamady, Carl
Lutomski, Bob Weber, and Joel
OF '56Baird.
The Wolverines expect their
toughest competition to come'
sE d SuccessYear from the University of Pittsburgh,
S Ecwhich finished third in the NCAA
last year, plus Penn State, Syra-
cuse, and Cornell.
- as Michigan continued to gain as the game that replaced the spark Rodriguez Hurt
x a tennis power. He was then to of light to the season, it was IWrestling captain Mike Rod-
start his world tour as a member Minnesota 1956 that blew out the riguez will not be making the trip
k of the Davis Cup team. candle. due to the shoulder separation
Although not representing the And the smoke of these five that is currently mending, but he
h University, the tall senior was to highlights, among the many of is expected to be in shape for the
become a big local news story all 1956, will linger on. second semester.
! summer as he represented the ------------------- -----------
United States in international
l competition. PROGRAM OF CHRISTMAS CAROLS
Summer brought another big
local event when Look Magazine by the Choir of the FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH j
n"exposed" the Big Ten Conference ;
and also attacked Michigan's end 'n
Ron Kramer for a grant-in-aid
that he had received from the Uni- of unusual interest with
versify.-'
ert nMiss Mary Lewis of Detroit as guest, Soprano soloist.
n The article appearing at the end DdR l atrodrco
of July seemed to fit in with the Donald R. M. Patterson, director
recent national trend of scattered First Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenau.
attacks on athletic financial aid.
a K athloeticfinaiaelfaThurs., Dec. 20, 8:30 P.M. Public is invited
Kramer Proves Himself . -
,But it too, had a good ending I__________ ______ _
as Kramer "weathered the claims" -
I and continued to prove himself all I

I AM A stunning dressy black coat
with ermine Peter Pan collar, and
ermine trim on pockets, size 12. Al-
though I cost my owner $125, she Is
giving me away for $40. Will some-
one take me home for Christmas? NO
2-3061. )F97
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single breasted, $18, or new silk shawl
collar, $25. Overcoats $18. Write to
Michaels Tailoring Co.. 1425 Broad-
way, Detroit, Michigan, for free de-
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CORSAGES, Cocktail Lites, Air Fresh
Candies. Stuart Nye hand wrought
silver & copper jewelry. Fur acces-
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ENDING TONIGHT
AClfred
HITCHCOCK...

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UNUSU
Shows at
Feature 1:

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norous
ian
Based on the novel
by Daphne du Maurier
LAURENCE
OLIVIER
JOAN
ONTAINE
UAL TIME SCHEDULE
1:00-3:30-6:05-8:45
20 - 3:50 - 6:30 - 9:00

during the football season that he
was an exceptional football player
besides being one of the out-
standing all-around athletes in
the history of intercollegiate
sports.
The finial major Michigan event
of 1956 would almost have to be
a football game. The choice of
which one is not easy. with the
Michigan State, Minnesota, Iowa,
and Ohio State contests all hay-
ing their importance.
In the overall picture. Michi-
gan's 20-7 loss to Minnesota on
Homecoming Day in Ann Arbor.
October 27. was the most signifi-
cant. Michigan with one of its
finest teams in years was "blitzed"
out of title contention.
Although Ohio State 1956 was

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