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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1961

gix THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1961

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Three 'M' Gridders on
Big Ten Scholastic Team

Wolverine Second Half Stops Pioneers

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CHICAGO () - Michigan and
Northwestern each earned three
berths on the ninth all-Big Ten
academic football team announc-
ed Saturday.
The team, requiring that a
member have a "B" or better scho-
lastic average, was. picked joint-
ly by the American People En-
cyclopedia and the College Sports
Information Directors of Ameri-
ca.
The three Michigan men select-
ed for the team were tackle Jon
Schopf, who is a history major;
halfback Bennie McRae, major-
ing in physical education; and
fullback Bill Tunnicliff, an edu-
cation major.
Eickhoff Repeats
Quarterback Bob Eickhoff of
Northwestern, a pre-medical stu-
dent, is the only repeater from
the 1960 honor team.
On the 1961 team are ends Jack
Elwell of Purdue and Tom Per-
due of Ohio State. Elwell is a

physical education major and
Perdue, a major in commerce.
Tackles are Schopf and Jim
Wheeler, Minnesota, a pre-theol-
ogy student.
Boyd Melvin of Northwestern
and Brian Moore of Wisconsin
were the two guards chosen. Mel-
vin majors in education and
Moore in electrical engineering.
Besides Eickhoff, Northwestern
has another pre-medical student
in the lineup. He is center Larry
Onesti.
Judge Dickson, a pre-law stu-
dent at Minnesota, was named as
McRae's running mate at half-
back.
The selections were announced
by Big Ten commissioner Bill
Reed. The final selection was
made by a panel of sports writers.
McRae, Elwell, and Onesti were
also all-conference first team se-
lections.
Onesti, Elwell, and Perdue were
also captains.

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the team played it worst ball of
the season in the opening minutes
of the first half. "They were a
study in slow motion." he said,
referring to the first part of the
game. He attributed this to a let-
down after playing so well against
Butler and not winning last Satur-
day night.
Denver Balked
The Michigan errors in the open-
ing minutes were not taken full
advantage of by Denver. Despite
losing the ball several times with-
out scoring, Michigan was only
down ten points at Denver's larg-
est lead. The Wolverines moved
from a 24-14 deficit to within
three points of Denver at 24-21.
Cantrell started the comeback
with two points, making the score
24-16. A free throw by Harris, and
Denver Downed
MICHIGAN FG FT PF TP
Oosterbaan 12-25 3-7 3 27
Cole 4-13 3-5 0 11
Harris 2-10 3-3 1 7
Hall 4-9 3-5 3 11
Cantrell 7-16 2-3 0 16
Brown 1-2 0-0 0 2
Eveland 0-1 0-0 0 0
Herner 0-1 0-0 1 0
Totals 30-77 14-23 8 74
DENVER FG FTPFTP
Oglesby 5-10 1-1 3 11
Vezie 5-18 1-1 4 11
Williams 1-4 1-1 0 3
Hodge 10-19 0-0 3 20
Mohrman 3-6 1-2 0 7
Paluska 0-1 0-0 0 0
Moe 1-4 1=2 2 3
Reynolds 3-4 0-0 1 6
Mumma 1-3 0.0 2 2
Totals 29-69 5-7 15 63
Halftime Score: Denver 32, MICHIGAN
31
Pro Standings
NFL
WESTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
Green Bay 10 3 0 .769 367 206
Detroit 8 4 1 .667 246 231
San Francisco 7 5 1 .583 322 245
Baltimore 7 6 0 .538 275 283
Chicago 7 6 0 .538 274 267
Los Angeles 4 9 0 .308 246 309
Minnesota 3 10 0 .231 250 355
EASTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
New York 10 3 0 .769 361 213
Philadelphia 9 4 0 .692 334 273
Cleveland 8 5 0 .615 312 263
Pittsburgh 6 7 0 .462 295 267
St. Louis 6 7 0 .462 259 267
Dallas 4 8 1 .333 212 346
Washington 0 12 1 .006 140 368
AFL
EASTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
Houston 9 3 1 .750 466 226
Boston 8 4 1 .667 372 313
New York 7 6 0 .538 277 355
Buffalo 6 8 0 .429 294 342
WESTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
San Diego 12 1 0 .923 396 178
Dlallas 5 8 0 .385 299 319
Denver 3 11 0 .214 251 432
Oakland 2 11 0 .154 221 411

a jump shot each by Oosterbaan
and Cantrell left the Wolverines
three 'points behind.
Denver Scores Twice
Denver picked up two fast bas-
kets before Cantrell scored a two
pointer and Oosterbaan dumped in
two shots. This pegged the score
at 28-27 with Denver leading.
Oosterbaan sandwiched a jump
shot in between two Pioneer bas-
kets which put the Wolverines
three points back.
Bob Brown narrowed the Denver

lead to one point with a set shot
from the corner with 27 seconds
left in the half. Moments later,
after the halftime buzzer had
sounded, he lay on the court hold-
ing his leg. He had to be helped
into the dressing room.
Coach Strack said after the
game that Brown had a badly
sprained ankle. His possible loss
for any number of games would
hurt the Wolverines who need
strong and tough bench strength.
Coach Strack said.

Atthe 19th Hole
with Fred Steinhardt
Sports Questions-1961??
As several sporting friends of mine would say en Francals
JoyeuxN ! And I would like to bid adieu to the old and usher
in the new by attempting to settle once and for all some of the
perplexing questions which have nagged sports fans througout 1961.
In keeping with the generous, thankful spirit of the holidays,
I hereby dedicate this column to a few of the countless figures
of sport who have brightened the sports year with their per-
formances on and off the playing field. So here's SEASON'S
GREETINGS: To the Detroit Tiger bullpen and the Michigan
pass defense. To Tom McNeeley, the 8th ranked junion Golden
Gloves heavyweight with a lot of heart, and to Cus D'Amato,
if Sonny Liston doesn't meet him in a dark alley first.
To Chico Fernandez, a pennant-Winning shortstop if there ever
was one, and to the Washington Redskins aand the enterprising
owner G. Preston Marshall, one hell of a guy. To the leaders of
the "Break up the Phillies Crusade," and to the AAU. To the best
college football coach, Duffy Daugherty, to the best basketball coach,
Branch McCracken, and' to Aaron Wagman. And finally, to my
readers.
All set? We'll warm up with an easy one. Here goes: Q- What
college has had the best football and basketball teams in the
country for two years running? A- Travel due south on U.S. 23
until you hit Broad and High Streets. That's midtown Columbus.
Q- How many times did Johnny Callison of the Philadelphia Philles
strike out in an exhibition against the Phils class D farm? A- Four.
Q- Would Don Lund's financial position be noticeably improved if
he was cut in 10 per cent on all of the bonuses doled out to
players he helped develop? A- Not much at that tax bracket ... Q-
How many apples did Duffy munch after the Minnesota game?
A- Ask Duffy.
Q- What lesson was learned in 1961 by many basketball schools?
A- If a boy takes money under the table to go to a school in 1958
there is no guarantee that he won't shave or dump in 1960 . ..-
What song are Duffy Daugherty and Woody Hayes recording? A-
"I'll be Home for the Holidays" . . . Q- How many friends does
Brian MacClowry have on the football staff and the band scholarship
committee? A- How many points did Michigan score on the afternoon
of October 14? . . . Q- What has been Murray Warmath's favorite
song these past two dizzy seasons? A- "Humpty Dumpty Sat on a
Wall"...
Q- What ad appeared in the Detroit News the day after
Thanksgiving? A- Will trade two Fords for one Cadillac, contact
G. Wilson, Det. Football Co." . . . Q. What is Folletts Holiday
Special? A- How to Get into College," by Reggie Harding
(refused, Tennessee A & I) and Henry Carr (refused, Iowa). ed.
Harvard Press .. . Q- Who was the best halfback in the Big
Ten in 1961? A- Dave Raimey.. . Q- How many apples did
Duffy munch between jokes after the Purdue game? A- Ask
Duffy.
Q- What will improved Michigan need to guard against Ohio
State's fast break? A- A gun. . . Q- Duke, UCLA and Purdue are
all rated ahead of Michigan in the Top 20. What else do they have
in common? A- Your guess is as good as mine. . . Q- What is the
surrest formula for predicting the college destination of blue chip
Michigan high' school athletes? A- The ones who can read and
spell go to Michigan. The ones who can only read go to MSU. The
ones who can't do either go to Iowa ...
Q- What Michigan halfback expected to challenge for all-
Aferica honors in 1962 may leave school for the lucrative playing
fields of Canada? A- His name has been mentioned already in this
column.

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UP, UP AND AWAY!-Michigan guard Bob Cantrell leaps high
to send the ball basketward during the Wolverines' 74-63 con-
quest of Denver last night. Cantrell accounted for 16 of Michigan's
points.

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This Week in Sports
THURSDAY
Basketball-Michigan vs. Bowling Green, here, 8 p.m.
FRIDAY
Hockey-Michigan vs. North Dakota, here, 8 p.m.
Wrestling-Michigan vs. Indiana, there.
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