THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1951
SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1957
Shooting Accuracy Cited
As Wolverines' Main Fault
Returnees.Bolster 'M' Wrestling Crew
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By HANK ROSENBAUM 1
verines back up with the top'
A new note of optimism was squads in the Conference.
present at the Michigan wrestling "I was very pleased with every-
practice after a successful jaunt one's performance," commented
to Iowa City last Saturday. i coach Cliff Keen, "but I also rec-
The grapplers returned not only ognize that tht forfeit played a big
wthagictryperreusdlnyoney part in the victory."
with a victory over previously once- Keen was referring to the 130-
beaten Iowa, but also with a rise lb. match in which Dan Deppe
In spirits, Hcollected five team points because
Returnees Help his opponent was unable to com-
The return of captain Mike pete.
Rodriguez, Max Pearson and Steve Forfeit Makes Difference
rnq Ann- ' ,-+ +mto heWnl- Th forfeit onttwo mre
than those awarded for a deci-I
sion, provided the margin of vic-
The climax of the meet came ;(
in the final match with Michigan
trailing, 12-11. Heavyweight Steve A
Zervas, who was competing for the All candidates for baseball,
first time this season, faced un- track, and baseball managerships,
beaten Gary Kurdelmeier. are asked to make themselves
known this week.
'Excellent Performance' Baseball coach Ray Fisher wants
In what Keen'termed "an ex- all baseball players to sign up at+
eellentperformance,"Zervas cap- Yost Field House as soon as pos-
tured the decision, 5-2 to give the, sible.
Wolverines the meet, 14-12. All freshman track candidates
The matmen are awaiting the are to report to Lynn Doherty at
arrival of Michigan State Satur- 4:30 this afternoon at the Field
day. The Spartans tie touted to be, House.
one of the favorites in the comning Baseball managers should con-
Conference tournament. tact Bruce Bennett at NO 2-4401,
The meet will take place at 3 209 Wenley, or at the Field House
p.m. at Yost Fieldhouse. from 3-5 p.m. on Feb. 18 or 19. k
By JOHN HILLYER
If you're going to practice,
there's nothing like practicing
against the best.
With this adage in mind, Mich-
igan's struggling hockey squad will
take time out from the Western
Intercollegiate Hockey L e a g u e
front to play host to the power-
laden Detroit Red Wings of the
National Hockey League tonight
at 8:00 at the Coliseum.
Ninth in Series
This evening's contest will be
the ninth staging of the annual
exhibition, always a colorful part
of the Ann Arbor winter sports
And once, just to make it inter-
esting, the Wings bowed to the
Wolverines, 9-7. That was in 1948.
As a rule, the pros usually have
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FEATURED TONIGHT-Michigan hockey fans will be able to see
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tonight at the Coliseum when the Wolverine hockey team hosts
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the great Gordie Howe, will probably form the starting front line
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most potent scoring combinations in hockey.
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things their way, as might be ex-
pected, although they always know
they've been in a hockey game.
Listening to Michigan coach Vic
Heyliger talk, one gathers that a
good stiff session against top-
flight competition is definitely in
line for his men.
Against Minnesota last weekend
at Minneapolis, where the icers
lost, 7-3, and won, 4-3, poor shoot-
ing told the story, Coach Heyliger
'We Outplayed Them'
"We couldn't put the puck in the
net," he explained simply. "We
outplayed them badly both nights,
but we just couldn't score when
we had the shots.
"The second night we just barely
won, although we had 61 shots,"
he observed. "Of course, penalties
killed us in the first game. But
we've got to start finding the
range, or we're going to whip our-
selves," he concluded.
Heyliger plans to use a few
freshmen against the Red Wings,
but stressed the fact that the
Blue will, as usual, be going all
out to win.
But it will take some doing. De-
troit, in first place in the NH73;,
sports one of the top lines in the
game-Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay
and Norm Ullman-and has tre-
W L T Pts. Left
Col. Coll. 7 3 0 11 10
Mich. Tech. 6 3 2 9% 10
N. Dakota 9 30 9 12
Denver 5 5 1 9 6
MICHIGAN 5 4 1 6% 10
Minn. 4 10 0 4 10
Msu 3 11 0 4 6
mendous depth to back up this
threesome, with such stars as Red
Kelly, Alex Delvecchio, Metro Pry
stai, Marcel Pronovost and Dutch
Hall Won't Play
The Wings' regular goalie, Glenn
Hall, probably will not play, ac-
cording to Heyliger, and they are
expected to pool the talents of a
netminder from one of their top
farm clubs and their assistant
trainer, the colorful "Lefty" Wil-
son, who annually amuses wit-
nesses of the game with his antics
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But both will be well protected,
since the Wings boast of the best
defensive team in the League.
They've been scored upon just 112
times in 52 contests.
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