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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MVichigan

Cages Stirprise

Pitt in

Opener,

75-55

Sophomre Tidwell Tops 'M' Scorers;
All-America Hennon High for Panthers

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was trying to set up Hennon to
score, was the turning point."
The coach, pleased especially
with his defense, credited Tidwell
for guarding Hennon very well.
Lead at Half
When Tidwell left the playing
floor with a couple of minutes re-
maining in the game, Hennon had
connected on only eight of his 29
goal attempts. The Panthers' final
tally was boosted by eight-for-
nine at the free throw line.
Securing the blitzkrieg margin,

the Wolverine five became strong-
er than ever. By halftime they
were out in front, 40-23.
Tidwell and Miller, with 16 and
11 points respectively, were the
main cogs in the rolling, 40.5
shooting percentage of those first
20 minutes.
The second half was just a mat-
ter of playing out the clock. Hen-
non dropped in a push shot at the
start of the period, closing the gap
to 15. But Pitt never came closer.
Burton and Tidwell kept up
their consistent scoring and Lee

(By the A horof "Raly Round the Flag, Boys!"and,
"Barefoot Boy with Cheek.)

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THE GIFT HORSE
I know how busy you are-studying, going to class, catching
might crawlers-.but let me interrupt your multifarious activi-
ties-studying, going to class, helping old grads find their
dentures after Homecoming-to remind you that busy as you
are-studying, going to class, searching for meat in the dormi-
tory stew-time and tide wait for no man, and the Yuletide will
soon be upon us. Busy or not, we must turn our thoughts to
Christmas shopping. Let us, therefore, pause for a moment in\
our busy schedules-studying, going to class, rolling drunks--
to examine a number of interesting gift suggestions.
We will start with the hardest gift problem of all: What do
you give to the person who has everything? Well sir, there fol-
lows a list of a half dozen gifts which I will flatly guarantee the
person who has everything does not have;
1. A dentist's chair.
2. A low hurdle.
S. A street map of Perth.
4. Fifty pounds of chicken fat.
5. A carton of filter-tip Marlboros.
6. A carton of non-filter Philip Morris.
*Wrhat?" you exclaim, your young eyebrows rising in wild
Incredulity. "The person who has everything does not have
cartons of filter Marlboros and non-filter Philip Morris?" you
shriek, your young lips curling mockingly. "What arrant non-
sense !" you rasp, making a coarse gesture.
And I reply with an emphatic no! The person who has every-
thing does not have filter Marlboros and non-filter Philip Morris
--not for long anyhow-because if he has Marlboros and Philip
Morris and if he is a person who likes a mild, mellow, fresh,
flavorful cigarette-and who does not? eh? who does not?-
why, then he doesn't have Marlboros and Philip Morris; he
smokes them. He might possibly have a large collection of
Marlboro and Philip Morris butts, but whole Marlboros and
Philip Morris? No. An emphatic no!
Now we take up another thorny gift problem: What do you
buy your girl if you are broke? Quite a challenge, you will agree,
but there is an answer-an ingenious, exciting answer! Surprise
your girl with a beautiful bronze head of herself I

joined in with a 12-point total for
the second half.
Three Help Team
The trio helped push the team
out in front, 50-29, with 14:30 tq
play. At that point, Perigo chose
to break up his iron man starting
crew as Tidwell received his
fourth foul.
Pitt put on a press, but Hennon
also got his fourth personal sec-
onds later - a final blow to any
faraway Panther hopes.
Perigo used this opportunity to
test his bench for experience. He
sent in juniors Lovell Farris and
Dale Kingsbury and sophomores
Rich Miller, Dick Donley, Rich
Myers and Rich Robins.
Coach Bob Timmons of Pitts-
burgh also unloaded his bench in
Statistics
a talent search.,
Michigan FG FT PF TP
Burton, f 4 7-10 3 15
Lee, f 6 5-10 4 17
Farris, f 0 0-1 1 0
Donley, f 0 0-0 0 0
Rogers,,c 2 2-4 2 6
Myer, c 0 0-0 0 0
T. Miller, g 5 1-1 4 11
Tidwell, g 8 6-10 4 22
Kingsbury, g 1 0-0 1 2
Robins, g 1 0-0 2 2
R. Miller, g 0 0-1 1 0
TOTALS 27 21-37 22 75
Pittsburgh FG FT PF TP
Fridley, f 6 1-4 4 13
Sawyer,!f 2 4-4 4 8
Maser,f 0 0-0 1 0
Sutyak, f 0 0-0 2 0
Mills, a 0 3-7 4 3
Kondrad, c 1 0-1 2 2
Hennon, g 10 8-9 4 28
Mesher, g 0 0-0 1 0
Simpson, g 0 0-1 1 0
Shay, g 0 1-3 2 1
Mauro, g 0 0-0 1 0
TOTALS 19 17-29 26 55
Indiana _Tops
Drke Five;
Iowa Wins
By The Associated Press
Big Ten basketball got off to a
hectic start last night with de-
fending champion Indiana de-
feating a young Drake team from
the Missouri Valley Conference 68-
59 in Bloomington.
Studded with sophomores, the
Hoosiers connected on 28 of 64
shots from the field for .483. While
Drake's Bob Tealer led the scoring,
his team couldn't match the deadly
Indiana quintet.
In Iowa City, youthful Sharm
Scheuerman made a successful
head basketball coaching start
yesterday as his Iowa Hawkeyes
trounced Colorado 67-46.
Iowa wasted little time in tak-
ing a commanding lead on its way
to an 80th consecutive home court
victory over a non-conference op-
ponent. The Hawkeyes led by
seven points with six minutes
played in the first half and were
ahead by 18 points 39-21 at half-
time. They slowly increased that
edge to 25 points late in the game.
Purdue, touted to be a strong
competitor for the Conference
title, was nipped in the bud by
Kansas, 96-83 in Manhatten, Kan.
Bob Boozer, pre-season All-Ameri-
can choice scored 45 points for the
winners.
Northwestern's Wildcats, also
figured in the Big Ten race, rolled
over Western Michigan, 102-60 in
a non-Conference run-away.

Toronto Defeats 'M' Hocke
As Gruelling Thanksgiving
Special to the Daiy for the game as he was forced to g
TORONTO-Michigan's fatigued remain in bed with flu. Goaliel
hockey team completed a four Ross Childs was used sparingly asd
game Thanksgiving tour by losing a forward throughout the gaime
7-2. to Toronto last night to relieve the overworked mem-"
The undermanned Wolverines bers of the first and second lines.
were once again slowed down by Jim Coyle took Childs place ath
recurring injuries and illness as goal
they were able to win only one of l Returns
the four games, while losing two Bob White returning to actiont
and tying one. played both forward and defense
Opener in St. Lawrence in effort to overcome the man-1
The tour opened Thanksgiving power shortage.i
evening at St. Lawrence where the For the first two periods thet
Wolverines, skating at full game was close and hard fought
strength, tied the Larries, 4-4. The with Toronto ahead 3-2 but, the
following night the Wolverines powerful Canadian squad scored
whipped Clarkson 6-3 at Potsdam, four times on the tired Wolverines
N.Y. for their lone victory. in the third period.
Returning to St. Lawrence on Barrie Hayton scored both Mich-
Saturday night, the Wolverines igan goals in the second period on
played without the services of Bob screen shots from the blue line.
White, who had flu and Dale Mac- "We played pretty well but we
Donald, who was ejected from the were just too tired during the third
game in the first period, and were period. It was the same story at
soundly whipped 7-3, as the gruel- St. Lawrence Saturday night. Four
ling schedule of three games in games in five days is too gruelling
three nights caught up with the 11 of a schedule for an undermaned
man squad. squad like ours," Michigan Coach
Lose In Final Period Al Renfrew commented.
Michigan was in the game until "We played real well in the
the final period when the numeri- first two games, but we couldn't
cally superior St. Lawrence squad keep up the pace demanded for a
scored four goals to wrap up a really successful trip."
victory. 4 oot og
Last night's encounter followed Toronto Tough
much the same pattern as Satur- "Toronto has a fine team and
day night's game and the Wol- they may be the best team we'll
verines were also dealt another face all year. We don't like using
severe blow in the injury column. Childs at forward but, it looks like
Star sophomore Pat Cushing suf- he'll have to play there for a
fered a separated shoulder early while, anyhow. Coyle will play
In the game and will be out of
action for a month.
Tom Wilson also failed to dress PHOTOGRAPHY
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goal. He played at Clarkson and
looked pretty good." Renfrew con-
cluded.
Highlights of the tour were the
first two games. In the opener
MacDonald scored two goals in
helping the Wolverines gain a 4-4
tie with St. Lawrence,
The Clarkson victory featured
the play of senior John Hutton,
who scored one goal and assisted
on four others, and Coyle whose
first appearance in the nets for
the Wolverines was a winning one.

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Squad, 7-2
Tour Closes

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-Daily-Peter Anderson
IMMOVABLE OBJECT, IRRESISTABLE FORCE -Pittsburgh's
All-America guard, Don Hennon,, attempts to round corner man-
ned by John Tidwell, Michigan's sophomore star, in the Wolverine's
75-55 home opener. Both players were high scorers for their
respective teams, Hennon getting 28 and Tidwell 22.
olverineSailing C lub
Ti akes-1Angesten Crown

!keep On Your
Toes With NV6Z
W en the student body sits
in class all day, getting numb
at both ends, be crazy like
a fox. Keep on your toes with
NoDoz. Be alert for late-hour
studying and hep on late
dates. Safe as coffee and mw 4
more convenlient.
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By BUZ STEINBERG
Michigan's Sailing Club took top
honors at the Timmie Angesten
MVemorial Championship races in
Chicago's Belmont Harbor during
Thanksgiving vacation.j
This was the first time in four
years that Brown University has
not won. It is the only time since
the origination of these races that
Michigan has won.
'M' Wins
In previous years it had been
customary for eastern schools to
cop first place, but the well-guided
Michigan team took the top spot
with 187 points.
Wisconsin nosed its way into
second place with a total of 161
points. Brown was shoved into
third place with a 155 point total.
The other scores in order were:
Indiana, 131; Purdue, 119; Mar-
quette, 115; Northwestern, 110;
Cincinnati, 105; University of De-
troit, 102; and Ohio State, 97.
Badgers Take Early Lead
On Friday, the first day of the
races, Wisconsin surged ahead of
the field with an eight point lead
over the temporary second-place
Michigan team. Saturday high
winds forced the postponement of
the races till Sunday when the
meet was to be completed.
Sunday the Michigan squad
went on to sweep eight first places
in thirteen events. This was the
punch that was needed to knock
out Wisconsin and to tumble
Brown from their former throne.
Bryan Mitchell of Wisconsin

was top individual scorer in 'A'
events with a total of 98 points.
Second to him was Michigan's
Dexter Thede with 92 individual
points.
In 'B' events Otto Scherer of
Michigan managed to earn 95 in-
dividual points.

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SCORES

Oh, I know you're not a sculptor, but that doesn't matter. All
you have to do is endear yourself to your girl's roommate, so
she will be willing to do you a favor. 'then some night when
your girl is fast asleep, have the roommate butter your girl's
face-quietly, so as not to wake her-and then quietly pour
plaster of Paris on top of the butter and then quietly wait till it
hardens and quietly lift it off-the butter will keep it from
sticking-and then bring you the mold, and you will pour bronze
in it and make a beautiful bust to surprise your girl with!
Remember, it is important-very important-to endear your-
self to the roommate, because if anything should go wrong,
you don't want to be without a girl for the holiday season.
.tax8 zShulma.
Your gift problem is no problem if you will give Marlboro#
to your flter smoking friends and Philip Morris to your non-
flter smoking friends. Both come in soft pack or flip-top
box; both are made by the sponsor of this column.

College Basketball.
N',Carolina State 70,GPenn State 54
Georgia Teachers 72, Georgia Tech 64
Kentucky 91, Florida State 68
r Duquesne 63, Carnegie Tech 43
Cincinnati 93, Indiana State 64
Kansas 65, Rice 49
Eastern Kentucky 78, Miami (O.) 73
Georgia 76, Clemson 59
Kent State 53, Youngstown 51
(overtime)
Albion 71, Tri State (Ind.) 58
Memphis State 105, Cattanooga 56
West Virginia 76, Furman 67
Iowa State 63, South Dakota St. 56
Seton Hll 80, Rider 59
Detroit 77,,Assumption (Windsor,
F (ant.) 50
Nebraska 85, N.W. Missouri State 44
Creighton 69, Monmouth 40

VOLLEYBALL
Independent
Latvians 6, Forester 0
Cooley Elders 6, Newman 0 (forfeit)
1207 6, TEP 0
Evans 6, Bard Corp 0
Gomberg Older Element 6, Frederick 0
Wesicyans 6, Rabble Rousers 0
Psi Kids 5, Owen Coop 1
Residence Hall
Cooley 6, Anderson 0 (forfeit)
Kelsey 4, Wenley 0
Adams 4, Huber 2
Gornberg 4, Chicago 1
Michigan-Van Tyne (not played)
Alen Rumsey-Lloyd (not played)
Williams 4, Scott 2
Reeves-Hinsdale (not played)
Hayden 4, Taylor 1
Strauss-Greene (not played)
Handball
Professional Fraternity
Phi Rho Sigma 2, Alpha Chi Sigma Z

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