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mL m1 THE MICHIGtAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

Wolverine

Cagers

Overwhelm Kellogg

Field

Five,

50-17

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Michigan Five Completely Onu(plays
Hap less Flyers To Rack Up Fifth Wii

'-7

Bob Geahan Paces
Team with 11 Points
By MARY LU HEATh
Swamping a completely outclassed
Army quintet, 14 Michigan cagers
went on a scoring spree last night in
the Field House to overwhelm a Kel-
]og Field outfit by a lopsided 50-17
score in a contest which saw 18 min-
utes of the first half elapse before a
single Kellogg Field goal had been
registered.
When the Army boys finally did
adjust their shooting sights, they
were able to rack up only ten points
via the field goal route. The Wol-
verines, on the other hand, were con-
necting with the basket all the way,
and never relinquished the lead aft-
er the first minute of play, when f or-
ward Bill Gregor knotted the count
at 1-1 with a free throw.
Kellogg's first double-point came
when Blutcher Gibson netted a long
shot from the middle reaches of the

floor, and Kellogg failed to score
again until seven minutes of the sec-
ond half had passed, when Gibson
again connected. The only other
Kellogg field goals were evenly dis-
tributed between Leland Gaumer,
Chuck Schmidt, and Elmer Hallock,
who collected one apiece.
Top scorer for the Wolverines and
for the evening was center Bob Gea-
han, who racked up 11 points. He
was followed by John Mullarjey, who
accounted for eight markers, and
Don Lund, who chalked up his high-
est total of the year with seven points.
Michigan led at halftime, 26-7, as
they barraged the Kellogg Field
basket mercilessly. Halfway through
the period, the Wolverines staged an
attack which netted them seven
straight field goals and 16 points.
Morrie Bikoff collected three of these
field goals, and Ted Berce and Mul-
laney connected for two each.
This was the steadiest forward
march of the evening although at the
beginning of the second half Michi-

gan notched five consecutive field
goals and 11 Wolverine points before
Kellogg hit the basket.
Kellogg enjoyed a height advantage
over Michigan at the outset, baut the
passing and shooting accuracy of
the Army outfit was particularly er-
ratic. The Wolverines, who were puz-

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what a difference those lovely
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and joy as I breeze along.
Better g et yourself a pair of
HIALEAHs today,.

BENNIE OOSTERBAAN

zled by the zone defense used by
Romulus Air Base in Friday night's
contest, were obviously untroubled
by the same kind of defense as em-
ployed by the Kellogg outfit.
The Wolverine ball-handling was
convincing, and a great improvement
over the Friday night showing. Walt-
er Kell, the Michigan guard, who has
been outstanding in previous con-
tests, again impressed fans with his
alertness and scrappy play.
Ho Hum! J

Rule Revisions
May H amper
T-Formation
Forearm Blocking
Held To Be Too Rough
On Opposing Linemen
CHICAGO, Dec. - .-(/P)-If Big
Ten coaches have their way, the her-
alded T-formation won't be such a
successful hit-and-run attack.
At their annual winter meeting
here this week, the coaches put the
finger on the forearm block which
enables linemen to punch holes--
literally and figuratively-in oppos-
ing lines, a sine qua non of the T
attack.
Although almost all of the Western
Conference teams featured the T
attack last fall, the coaches generally
felt that offensive tactics involving
thefrearmd blockusere becoming
This type of block permits offensive
linemen to take off~on the snap of
the ball from a semi-crouch rather
thanthe nfundamentaltthree-point
arms flush on the chest or face of an
opponent.
As a result, training rooms were
reporting more and more cases of
bruised and battered physiognomies.
Centers benefitted particularly in use
of the forearm block, needing only
one arm to hand back the ball to the
T-formation quarterback.
At any rate, the Big Ten mentors
listed elimination of this tactic fore-
most among five recommendations to
be submitted to the National Football
Coaches Association in Columbus, 0.,
Jan. 12-13.
Most liberal of the five proposals
was a suggestion that the National
Rules Committee study a plan
whereby length of a football game
would be determine by fou yerods
minute quarters.
Acting Coach Carroll Wdos o
perimented with this idea during
spring practices
Hoppe Increases Lead in
Three-Cushion Title Play
NEW YORK, Dec. 9-IP)-Willie
Hoppe, defending champion from
White Plains, N. Y., today virtually
eliminated R alph Greenleaf of De-
troit from the National Three-Cush-
ion Billiard Championship tourney,
winning 50 to 38 in 41 innings.
It was Greenleaf's second defeat
against four runs in the round-robin
affair in which, each prticiawn play
and lost one.
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personal or office use. Hurs ar-
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obligation.
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William at State Ph. 7831

SPINE- TINGLING SHOW:
Diving Star T o Appear in Swim Gala

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"Larry Griswald is definitely going
to appear at the Swim Gala, held at.
the Michigan pool, Saturday, Dec. 16,
Swimming Coach Matt Mann stated
today.
"The World's Greatest Diver,"
who is now affiliated with Billy
Rose's Acquacade~ will present his
whole spine-tingling routine as a
climax to a full program of aqua-
events.
The 1944 Swim Gala is again being
presented in conjunction with the
Michigan State AAU Championships,
which gained so much favor last
year. -'
Competition will be keen in the
six championship events and the
three open handicap races, with 150
entries already reported. All regis-
tered AAUJ athletes can enter, up

DUCHESS OF YODK LIPSTICK

until the entry deadline, which is set
for Dec. 10.
The championship events will
include the 50 and 220-yard free-
style, the 100-yard sprint in the
backstroke and breaststroke events,
a 200-yard freestyle relay, and
also competitive diving. The open
handicap events consist of the 75-
yard handicap, the 75-yard indi-
vdual medley handicap, and the
'5-yard women's handicap.
These AAU events will give Michi-
gan fans their first chance to see the
Wolverine natators in action. Mann's
squad annexed the Western Confer-
ence championship last winter.
Captain Mert Church and Chuck
Fries, the two Maize and Blue ace
freestylers, are expected to con-

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pete in their particular events,
while Heini Kessler, Conference
breaststroke champion, will enter
his specialty.
Griswald's performance, alone,
would make the Gala an event on
the " must" list, but coupled with
that, the amount of fine swimming
and keen competition which the show
has to offer, makes it an event which
is sure to be one of the high spots Of
te winter season.
Boston Beats T oronto
TORONTO, Dec. 9-/P)-The Bos-
ton Bruins tightened their hold on
fourth place in the National Hockey
League standings tonight by defeat-
ing Toronto, 5 to 3, before 12,490
fans.

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Bowermasi
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Gaumer, c
Schmidt,
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