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January 19, 1961 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1961-01-19

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-Daily-Len Lofstrom
SCORING LINE IN ACTION-Red Berenson (dark Jersey) fires on
the North Dakota goal as Larry Bab6ock (No. 5) and Al Hinne-
gan (No. 15) await rebound. This trio has scored 32 of the 56 goals
scored by Michigan this season.
Tidwe-" Pacing 'M' Cagers;
Fourth in Big Ten Scoring

Montreal Routs Chicago;

75 per cent efficiency because of
a leg injury suffered in the Wichi-
ta game, 6'3" Tidwell pushed in
24 points against Indiana, as the
Wolverines lost 81 to 70. Illinois
controlled the backboards against
Michigan, but they couldn't con-
trol Tidwell as he notched 24 in
another losing effort. In his last
encounter against Michigan State,
Tidwell scored 20 points to again
stand out in a losing cause.
Fast and agile with a 6'7" frame
to match, Terry Dischinger, Pur-
due's Olympic star, leads the con-
ference scorers for the second
straight week. A 41 point perfor-
mance against Northwestern in
the Boilermakers' Big Ten opener,
together with a 29 point splurge
against Minnesota gives Dischin-
ger a 35 point average, which is
hard to challenge.
Recognized as the foremost per-
former on any collegiate quintet
6'8" Jerry Lucas, another Olympic
standout, ranks second behind
Dischinger in points scored with a
32.5 average. Lucas played only
30 minutes in the Buckeyes' win
over Illinois, but managed to tally
on 14 of 17 field goal attempts to
wind up with 35 points. He also
missed four minutes of the North-
western game but still finished
with 30 points. The top-ranked
Buckeyes are the country's only
undefeated major college team.
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