THE MICHIGAN DAILYTs
MOFFS BEGIN THURSDAY:
'M' Icers Meet Clarkson
Cole Elected To Lead olverine Cagers
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By JIM BERGER .
e fate of the Michigan hockey
. for the upcoming National
glate Athletic Association
nament has been decided.
eWolverines will play Thurs-
night against Clarkson Tech.
igan Tech will play St.
ence on Friday night. Satur-
will see 'the winners playing
he evening while the losers
play a consolation game in the
arkson and St. Lawrence were
ted last weekend after the
ern College Athletic Confer-
Tournament in Boston. St.
rence defeated Clarkson in the
chigan coach Al Renfrew was
ed with the drawings. "I am
y we are playing Thursday
t; it will give us the day's
I think we got a break in
chigan Tech now faces the
situation as Michigan faced
le Western ,Collegiate Hockey
ciation playoffs, two weeks
ago in Ann Arbor. The Huskies1
must play twice in two nights.
Both Clarkson and St. Lawrence
have faced only one WC-A team
this year-Michigan State. The
Spartans defeated St. Lawrence
twice by a score of- 3-2. Clarkson
shutout Michigan State, 3-0 in the
According to Renfrew, Clarkson
has a good team. "They've lost
only two games this year and one
was last Saturday against St.
Lawrence," he said, "The other.
time they were upset 2-1 by Bos-
According to Renfrew, St. Law-
rence, who finished second in
last year's NCAA Tourney, lost
their first string goalie earlier in
the season. He returned to action
last weekend in the ECAC Cham-
Michigan has participated in 10
straight NCAA championships,
starting in 1948 (the year of the
inception of the tournament).
Never has a Michigan team which
has .reached the finals ever failed
to become National Champions.
Michigan won the tournament,
six times. The Wolverines haven't
been selected for the NCAA play-
offs for the past five years (Ren-
frew's tenure as coach). Renfrew
was an active player on the '48
team and captained the '49 team.
By TOM WEBBER
Tom Cole, scoring and rebound-
ing leader of the Michigan basket-
ball team this year, was selected
by his teammates to captain the
Cole, a 6'7" forward, succeeds
Jon Hall in that capacity.
Cole started very slowly but fin-
ished with a rush to take the team
scoring championship after John
Oosterbaan had led for most of
the year. His high point came
when he sank a last second free
throw against Iowa to give Michi-
gan its first Big Ten win of the
Nick Armelagos, Wolverine grap-
pler who had never set foot on a
mat in varsity competition before
he came to Ann Arbor, has been
selected to the captaincy of next
winter's Michigan mat crew.
Armelagos, Allen Park junior,
was slowed by a leg injury this
winter and didn't see a great deal
The captaincy appointment came
at the close of a second-place
winter for Coach Cliff Keen's mat-
men - a five-point barrier sep-
arated the Wolverines from Iowa's
Hawkeyes in the Big Ten meet.
Corriere, Kellerman Travel
But the season isn't quite over
Named as Captain
yet for two of Michigan's finest-
a pair of seniors with Big Ten
individual championships under
their belts on their way to Still-
water, Oklahoma, and the NCAA
Meet on March 23. This season's
captain Don Corriere and three-
time conference champ Fritz Kel-
lerman will be representing Michi-
gan in the national meet at 167-
and 137-pounds respectively.
"Like most of the teams that
will be competing in the NCAA
Meet, we place our emphasis on
individual competition," comments
Coach Keen. "The majority of the
schools send only a couple of their
top stars, and therefore team com-
petition is kept to a minimum."
Armeilagos, a 115-pounder last
year, was forced to move up a
weight to 123-lbs. and later up to
130-lbs. He wrestled in a meet
against Navy at Annapolis at 130-
lbs. and lost. He also wrestled in
one home meet against Pittsburgh
and tried. After this, he suffered
an injury to his leg and was in-
capable of competing in further
meets for the duration of the sea-
He succeeds Don Corrier as Wol-
He ended the season by scoring
20 or more points in four of the
last five games.
Cole is the third straight Illi-
nois player to be selected as cap-
tain, following Hall and John Tid-
well. He is a former all-Stater
Optimistic of Next Year
Cole promises that next year the
team will do a lot better. "We
have almost everybody coming
back and a real strong freshman
team. (Bill) Buntin will help out
Coach Dave Strack offered rea-
sons why Cole always emerges as
the statistical leader. "Tom isn't
noticeable out there but he always
comes up with the big play. He's
there tipping in a shot or making
a free throw or grabbing a re-
bound. He's not flashy but always
at the right spot."
Strack also gave his side of the
dispute during the Purdue game
Saturday. The argument started
when Michigan's John Harris was
called for charging into Terry
Harris was a little disgruntled
at the call, but Strack really
erupted when the referee awarded
two shots to Dischinger on what
was apparently an offensive foul.
"I was arguing because the refs
said they didn't know whether
Harris had possession- of the ball
or not-not even the one who call-
ed the foul," Strack said. "They
asked Hall and the Purdue players
and the official timer and finally
decided to give the shots to Disch-
inger," added an angry Strack.
THE BELL T ELEPHONE COMPANIES
SALUTE: DON PICKARD
Soon after his return from the Army two years ago, Don
Pickard began managing a telephone public office in
Chicago. Because of his skill in handling the public rela-
tions tasks of this job, Don was transferred to a new job
in the Public Relations Department. Here his public office
expetience comes in very handy as he works with other
departments of the company to promote the kind of service
that lives up to customer 'expectations.
Don Pickard of the Illinois Bell Telephone Company,
and other young men like him in Bell Telephone Companies
throughout the country, help bring the finest communica-
tions service in the world to a growing America.
TEAM LEADER-Tom 'Cole, shown here jumping for a rebound
against Purdue, has been elected Captain for next year's basket-
ball team. Cole led all Michigan scorers this year.
BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES
Cincinnati Knocks Off Bradley, 61-46
By The Associated Press
... elected captain
New York (A) 7, Washington 3
New York (N) 8,, Chicago (A) 4
Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 4
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 1
Kansas City 4, Baltimore 1
Detroit 9, Minnesota 7
Los Angeles (N) 5, St. Louis 4
San Francisco 6, Houston 1
Cleveland 5, Chicago (N) 4 (12 inn.)
Los Angeles (A) 7, Boston 3
Cincinnati vs. Baltimore at Miami (n)
Los Angeles (N) vs. Milwaukee at
New York (N) vs. Pittsburgh at
Chicago (A) vs. Philadelphia
defending NCAA basketball cham-
pions spun a defensive web around
cold-shooting Bradley last night
to defeat the Braves 61-46 in a
playoff for the Missouri Valley
Bradley's nearest approach in
the second half was 34-31 with
five minutes gone after Chet
Walker had dropped in two free
throws and a corner shot to in-
spire the temporary spurt.
In rapid order, Tony Yates, Wil-
son and Houge scored and midway
in the last half Cincinnati was
crusing easily at 46-35.
Bradley's 46 points was one 'of
its lowest productions in its mod-
ern era and, emphasized Cincin-
nati's pressing man-to-man de-
fense which had Walker as its
target and held the 6-6 two-time
All America to 18 points. Laverne
Tart had 15 points for Bradley.
* * *
LEXINGTON, Ky.-Speedy, ag-
gressive Butler upset nationally
eighth-ranked Bowling Green last
night, 56-55 in the first round of
the NCAA Mid-East Regional
Guard Jerry Williams gave the
Indianapolic crew the victory by
coolly sinking two free throws with
18 seconds remaining.
Bowling Green's Bob Dawson
sank a layup to cut it to 56-55 but
after Butler threw the ball away,
Bowling Green was unable to score
in the time remaining.
Bowling Green, Mid-American,
Conference champion, entered with
a 21-3 season record. Butler, an
at-large entry, showed the form
which brought it 17 victories in its
last 18 outings.
* * *
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Detroit's
Dave Debusschere tossed in 38
points in a losing .effort tonight
as Western Kentucky downed the
Titans 90-81 in the first round of
the NCAA Mid-East basketball
Debusschere, averaging better
than 25 points a game, carried the
brunt of the Detroit attack but
got little support.
Western Kentucky hit 32 of 68
from the field for 47.1 per cent
and this helped overcome an ad-
vantage taller Detroit held in re-
An organization meeting for
the newly-formed fencing club
will be held tonight at 7:15 at
the Women's Athletic Building.
The meeting is open to any-
one interested in fencing.
bounding. The Titans hit a cool
31.3 per cent on 30 of 96.
The winning Hilltoppers' were
led by sophomore Barel Carrier
with 26 points.
Senior Bobby Rascoe, expected
to dual Debusschere for scoring
honors, had 25 and Jim Dunn
PHILADELPHIA - New York
University, coming on strong' in
the second half after a sluggish
start, defeated Massachusetts 70-
Press Confere nce
Union Board and SGC Candidates
Sunday, March 18, 7:30 P.M.
3rd floor conference room
sponsored by Union Student Affairs Committee
50 last night in the opening round
of eastern regional play in the
NCAA basketball tournament. B'y
winning the Violets advanced to
the semifinal Friday night at Col-
lege Park, Md.
The game was tied six times in
the first half and the best lead
NYU could muster was four points.
They came on two Mield goals in
the last 39 seconds to give the
Violets a 32-28 halftime lead.
Barry Kramer, NYU's second
leading scorer, topped the Violets
with 15 points. Tom Boose was
runnerup with 14, 12 of them coin-
ing in the second half when the
Violets began to run awry.
Huber 'A',9 'B'
In IoM Action
By GEORGE WHITE
Question: What does one do
when his basketball team "gets
cold" from the floor?
The answer to this and other
squeemish questions was all too
clearly spelled out last night in
IM basketball as the two top "A"
squads, Huber and Gomberg, over-
came their shooting problems and
won while their "B" counterparts
did not, and failed.
Usually steaming Huber hit a
meager percentage of their floor
shots and it took ace bomber Rich-
ard Horning to keep them ahead
of the pressing Reeves squad. Cap-
tain Roger Chatterton came
through with the Huber solution
by applying his own style of indi-
vidual fast break coupled with pre-
cision accuracy at the foul line.
While the Reeves crew kept in
the game against the powerful
Huber team by slowing down their
screaming speed, they had no de-
fense against Chatterton.
The tree-tall Gomberg 5; led by
Ron McClease, downed Scott 52-34
with balanced scoring and impec-
cable board-sweeping. Scott tried
to slow the fast-breaking Gomberg
team with a tight defense and it
might have work had not Dennis
Ali and Bill Stawsk found the
range from outside. Alix and
Stawski finished with 11 and 10
for their evening's work leaving
the "Big Red" team unbeaten in
five starts. Center McClease drop-
ped in 11. Dave Rundfull and John
Maden kept Scott in the battle
with 12 and 11 points respectively.
Jack Lindquist was the man for
Michigan in their 50-45 drubbing
of Wenley. Lindquist, in addition
to his 16 points, 'effectively kept
the Wenley crew at bay by clear-
ing both defensive and offensive
In spite of big Tom De Ward
(6'7") for Huber "B" on the
boards, he was only -one man and
time began to tell as Reeves closed
a nearly lead and led at halftime,
'A' RESIDENCE PLAYOFFS
Huber 39, Reeves 31
Gomberg 52, Scott 34
Michigan 5, Wenley 45
Kelsey 59, Cooley 31
Hinsdale 33, Lloyd 28
'B' RESIDENCE PLAYOFF
Kelsey 33, Huber 31
Reeves 44, Gomberg 42,
Michigan 36, Cooley 30
Scott 30, Taylor 28
Detroit 121, Chicago 116
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