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Wolverines Overpower Fighting Michigan State Five
Jake Townsend CloseGuading CrsseFingers, Rabbit's Foot
Leads Varsity MichiganState (21) FG FT A TP And Sunday Prayer For Smick
lt . 12 ,P int* Osterink f, . .. . .... rft . . .40 0 0 238 0
i 1nts Kraft k. 0 Sad-Visaged Danny Yearns: ing room wail.
Darush , c ... 1 0 0 4 2sys "Of course if I can't go, there'si
Wolverines Pile Up Large Callaghan, g........ 1 1 0 2 3 For Basketball Journey nothing to do about it," sighs Danny,
McShannock, g.... ..1 0 0 0 2 To west Coast trying to maintain an indifferent at-
Lead Despite off Night Carpenter. g ........0 1 0 1 1 estCoatitude. But one easily detects how
And Stubborn Defense I- - - - By IRVIN LISAGOR hurt the big boy will be if the -doc-
_____Tc tals .........8501 11tors say "no.,"
Tctls. .. . .. .. .85 1421 Reposed on a University Hospital tr a n.
(Continued from Page 1) Michigan t(34) FG FT A P TP bed in 4-private tonight is a sandy- With his eye on that trip, Danny
Townsend, f .........5 2 5 0 12 haired young man who has his fin- kept mum about the injury after theI
hand, looked overcautious. Time Thomas, f ..........2 0 0 3 4 gers crossed, a rabbit's foot hidden Ypsi encounter, but the pain even--
and, timedi threwraw-c ha ns. T r Barclay, f ........ ..0 0 0 '0 0 under his pillow and a -Sunday prayer tually bested him and he reported it i
poitsi n bhd pases or aited so Gee, c.. ..........1 0 0 2 2' on his lips-all directed at one ob- to the team doctor. Now he spends
long to throw the ball that the passes Fishma, g.........3 3 0 2 9 jective, that highly coveted basketball his time mumbling incoherently as he
lacked any element of deception. On Long, g ..............0 0 0 2 0 trip to Seattle, Wash., during the hol- contemplates the knee and thinking
IPatanelli, g .. 3 0 0 6 iday recess. up ways and means of convincing the
the whole, however, the Wolverines e li . . . 0 0 a doctors that he's primed for action.
plydgo al eedn nterIBeebe, a...............0 1 0, '0 1 The sad-visaged fellow is Dan dotr hth'1rmdfrato.
played goodball,adepending on thTeir , V 'An' dril he a t enadwonthe gridiron, forward on'
supericr height and ability to out-- - - - - Smick, Mieriir~an's triple-threat ath- A n ntegiiofrado
SteSrts.Totals......14 6 5 12 34 lee h i elo uthske the hardwood and fast ball artist on
h rScore at half: Michigan 14, Mich- when he took a bad spill in the North- the diamond mound, Smick gives
To vnsend once again was the igan State 10. westtern football game. In last week's h p ie o jnin e eect raksof
standout player for Michigan. HisMihgnsie-term ,ofw m1
screen plays failing in the face of Officials: John Schommer (Chi- cage combat against Ypsi he aggra- there have been only four in Wol-
t cago) refere; EddiePowtreree-haveedbeen nonly fourasinrcWol-
Van Alstyne's defense, Jake took his cago), referee; Eddie Powers (De- vated the hijury and was forced to verine history. But at present his
well-deserved pivot shots hitting for tit), umpire. enter the hospital for treatment, lone concern is that knee. And thel
12 points and came through with six Free throws missed: Michigan' Berth Practically Cinched trip, of course.f
ossists to boot, thereby accounting in State E (Garlock 2, Dargush, Callag- Danny's basketball play against __
'cme way for 10 of the Varsity's 14! han, McShannock, Carpenter 3), Yysi, when he revealed unusual i
field goals. Michigan 12 (Townsend 3, Gee 6, Pat- adroitness in passing the ball, and. ca s Lead
Dargush Rough anelli 2, Beebe). otherwise handled himself creditably, ;
-- had practically cinched one of the Ipe Aaa
Capt. Johnny Gee, on the other tenberts pethe iAtianNessurge
atsufferedfr heroughha DIZZY EAN TOURNEY that leaves for the coast and a three- NASSAU, Bahamas, Dec. 12.-(Al)-
dling of Ben Dargush, Michigan State BRADbENTON, Fla., Dec. 12.-()-- game series against the University of Bushy haired Henry Picard took a
renter, and had an all-around bad Lloyd Gullickson, St. Petersburg pro- Washington on Dec. 21, 22 and 23. four-stroke lead today in the $4,000
night, hitting only one basket. Herm fessicnal, equaled the course record Now the impaired knee arouses Nassau golf open with a 63 that was
Tishman played odd basketball but today with a six under par of 67 to doubt as to whether he will be ready j five under par.
collected nine points. Matt Patanelli ;in the $50 first prize in the open for the trip. Dan, who hails from Tied behind the Hershey, Pa. pro
hit for six markers and held Garlock division of the Dizzy Dean Golf Tour- Hazel Park, has been no farther west at 67 were Ralph Guldahl of St.'
to five at the expense of four per- nament. Bobby Doak of Bradenton, than Minneapolis ,and longs to see Louis, winner of the recent Augusta
sonals for himself, putting him out 116-year-old Florida amateur, posted those wonderful sights pictured in the and Miami Biltmore opens; Paul
of the game near the end. j a 68 to win first prize in the amateur pamphlets Ray Roberts, the Varsity Ruan ofm New ork Haen, New
Ed Thomas, playing his second division. Doik won a wrist watch. trainer, has nailed up on the dress- nton of Grand Junction, Col., and
game for Coach Cappy Cappon, had Bill Melhorn of New York.
hdsT.C.U. IN COTTON BOWLThe field of 95 golfers will play 36
DALLAS, Texas, Dec. 12.-P(A")- more holes tomorrow and finish the
Despite reports to the contrary, 4 Texas Christian University, which 72-hole tournament Monday in quest
Danny Smiok; sophomore basket- defeated Santa Clara 9 to 0 at San of the $800 top money.
ball center andend on the grid RECTORYFrancisco today, was invited tonight Eight golfers finished the day even
team, will be allowed to practice to meet Marquette in the Cotton Bowl with par 68, including Joe Belf ore of
during theconing }week and take here Jan. 1. Detroit.
the Westernrip -topSeattle if his
Indiana 43, Miami 13.
Purdue 35, Bradley Tech 25.
Ohio State 42, Denison 16.
Illinois 44, Depauw 24.
Central State Teachers 27, Albion
Fordham 36, Yale 33.
Springfield 35, Columbia 34.
Cornell 47, Alfred 24.
Penn 24, Harvard 31.
Hillsdale 31, Jackson Jr. College 25.
Western State 39, Olivet 27.
Eastern Kentucky 31, Transylvania
Missouri 38, Washington (St.
N. Dak. State 33, Minnesota 29.
Earlham 33, Butler 27.I
Cincinnati 41, Wilmington 21.
IDetroit 58, Adrian 7.
Oakland City 32, Anderson 25.
Dake 42, Denver 20, overtime.
Coe 28, Grinnell 26.
Wisconsin 39, Marquette 21.
Brown 48, M.I.T. 20.
Chicago 31, Carroll (Wis.) 28.
Depaul 41, Pitt 37, overtime. f
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