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SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Kentucky Trips
Michigan State
Breaks Jinx, Snaps
MSC Winning Streak
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING, Jan. 12-A jinx
which has held the University of
Kentucky without a victory on Mich-
igan State College's basketball floor
was broken here tonight as the Wild-
cats ended a three-game M. S. C.
winning streak by handing the Spart-
ans a 55-44 trimming.
Kentucky's victory put the Wild-
cats one up on Coach Ben Van Al-
styne's Spartans. The count now
stands at five wins for the Kentuck-
ians and four for State.
The Michigan State team held the
lead for only nine minutes of the
first half, then the Wildcats knotted
the score at 14-14. From then on, it
was all Kentucky. The visitors led at
the half, 29-17, and held an 11 point
advantage most of the way.
Kentucky's ball-stealing guard,
Ralph Beard, led both teams'in scor-
ing by banging in eight field goals.
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Michigan Evens Swim Score
With Sailor Mermen, 46-3 8
Matt Mann III Takes First in Two Events;
Medley Team Avenges Earlier Setback
By The Associated Press
GREAT LAKES, Ill., Jan. 12 - Matt Mann II, son of the University of
Michigan swimming coach, won two events today as the Wolverine natators
stroked out a 46-38 decision over Great Lakes Naval Training Station tonight.
Mann copped his distance free-style specialties, the 220- and 440-yard
events to again lead the Wolverine tankers to victory. Both of his winning
efforts came over Sailor Tommy Gastineau with Wolverines Charley Moss
in the 220 and Neville Adams in theC -
440 taking thirds. Dick Weinberg of Michigan, swim-
The Wolverines who only a week ming the 50-yard free-style event,
ago had dropped a close 43-41 de- churned to another upset win when
cision to the Sailors won six of the he beat out the Sailors' Bobby Bur-
isnn evenths adiledrs pn earlythton and Paul Giddes. Burton haci
nie events and piled up an early taken the 50-yard event against
lead to ease in well ahead of the Blue- Michigan last week.
jackets.-" The Wolverines 300-yard medley re-
Bob Sohl of the Wolverines, turned lay team also turned the tables on
in the night's biggest upset by win- their Bluejacket conquerors of last
ning the 200-yard breaststroke event week. The combination of breast-
ahead of Sailor Chuck Solberg and stroker Bob Matters, backstroker Wil-
ahead of HeinirCuKeleSolberghad lard Metcalf and free-styler Charley
teammate Heini Kessler. Solberg had Fries was too much for the Sailors.
won handily last week. Canja, Evans Win Diving Again
-_-__ -__ -- Divers Alex Canja and Gil Evans
of the Wolverines put on their cus-
tomary one-two exhibition in winning
the high-board diving title from
1 j~' u t Bluejacket Carl Quaintance. Canja
and Evans scored over the Bluejacket
diver last week on the low board.
Walt Ris, star Great Lakes free-
styler, repeated his 100-yard win
EA t GIFT! over Weinberg and Fries.
one - we offer you Sweet Revenge!
iets in all styles, 300-yard Medley Relay-Won by
tes. Michigan (Matters, Metcalf, Fries).
220-yard Free-Style-Mann (M);
DN BRACELETS Gastineau (GL), second; Moss (M)
3.25 to $18.00 plus tax third.
50-yard Free-Style - Weinberg
N BRACELETSM); Burton (GL), second; Girdes
N BRAELETS'(GL), third.
6.00 to $20.00 plus tax Diving-Canja (M); Evans (M),
second; Quaintance (GL), third.
U BRACELETS 100-yard Free-Style--Ris (GL);
Weinberg (M), second; Fries (M),
at $12.00 plus tax third.
150-yard Backstroke - Weedan
(GL); Gastineau (GL), second;
Metcalf (M), third.
200-yard Breaststroke - Sohn
h (M);; Solberg (GL), second; Kes-
sler (M), third.
440-yard Free-Style-Mann (M);
Gastineau (GL); second; Adams
E R T Y ST R E E T (M), third.
400-yard Free-Style Relay-Won
by Great Lakes. (Girdes, Johnston,
Burton and Ris).

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Morris, King Spark Northwestern Attack;
ieighi Advantage Overcomes Wolverines

SCORING LEADER-Center Gor-
don MacMi¢an, the Wolverine's
top scorer, added three points in
Friday night's 5-4 win over Colo-
rado College, to raise his season to-
tal to 24.
Michig an Sextet
Defeats igers
In First Game
Al Renfrew's Marker
Climaxes Late Rally
Special to The Daily
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.,
Jan. 11 - With Al Renfrew's sudden
death goal in overtime breaking up a
terrifically fought, rough-and-tumble

By The Associated Press
EVANSTON, ILL., Jan. 12-North-
western University's Wildcats system-
atically ripped Michigan's defense
to shreds during the first- 30 minutes
tonight then swept on to their seventh
straight basketball victory, 60-41.
iichigan, lacking height to handle
rebounds undre the basket, made a
battle of it wsil into the second half
when the Wildcats, paced by Max
Morris, All-Ccnference center ,a year
that left no doubt of the eoutcome.
ago, steadily pulled ahead to a lead
The Cats held only a 21-14 lead at
the half, and didnt attain a ten-point
margin over the Wolverines until af-
ter almost ten minutes of play fol-
lowing the intermiscion.
Morrie, who moved up to forward
this season to make room for lanky,
six-foct, seven-inch Leroy King,
dumped in ten field goals for 20
points. King, himself, scored 17 points.
It was mostly the lack of one tall
player that put Michigan behind soon
after the game started. The Wolver-
ines consistently worked the ball in
for shots, and during the first few
minutes were able to follow, but
couldn't connect.
But once the first ten minutes of
the second half were gone, both their
offense and defrynse collapsed com-
pletely and the Wildcats made a
Down Ao cain
NORTHWESTERN G F P TP
Morris, F. 10 0 3 20
Lindgren, F. 0 0 1 0
KingC. 6 5 3 17
Tourek, G 2 2 4 6
Wheeler, G. 1 0 3 2
McTaggert, G. 6 0 1 12
Worthington, G. 1 0 3 2
Lofgrcn, F. 0 1 0 1
Carter, F. 0 0 1 0
TOTALS 26 8 16 60
MICHIGAN F F P TP
Harrison, F. 5 1 2 11
Strack, F. 6 0 2 12
Selbo, C. 2 3 3 7
Elliott, G. 0 2 1 2
Mullaney, G. 1 2 1 4
Feinberg, C. 0 0 1 0
Walton, G. 0 0 0 0
Kell, G. 2 1 2 5
TOTALS 16 9 12 41
Half Time Score: Northwestern 21,
Michigan 14.
Free Throws Missed: Northwestern
Morris, King 2, Tourek, Wheeler,
McTa ggert 2, Worthington; Mich-
igan-Harrison 2, Strack, Selbo,
Elliott 3.
Officials: Gil Johnson (Wiscon-
sin) Umpire-Lyle Clarno (Bradley).
Over ine Win

rout of the affair.
It was Northwestern's second Big
Ten victory, and the loss was the third
for Michigan, against two Confer-
ence wins.
Hoosiers Trim Iowa
In Big Ten Upset
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 12, UP).
Coach Harry Good's Indiana Hoosiers
threw a monkey wrench into Iowa's
bid for its second successive Western
Conference basketball championship
tonight as they bumped the Hawkeyes
from the ranks of the undefeated,
45 to 39.
The Hoosiers ran up an 8-0 ad-
vantage in the first three minutes
and never were behind. They virtually
assured their third Conference vic-
tory in four games with a ten-point
burst at the outset of the second half.
Indiana led, 19-15, at intermission.

National Pro Magnates
Approve Sudden Move
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, Jan. 12 - The Na-
tional Football League's champion-
ship Cleveland Rams moved their
franchise to Los Angeles today in a
surprise switch that laid the battle
lines for a finish fight between the
National and the new All-America
Conference in what are regarded as
the three top professional gridiron
cities in America,
Grocery store magnate Danny
Reeves, the Rams' owner, asked for
permission to take his titleholders
to Los Angeles, explaining he has
wanted a pro football club there since
1937-four years before he entered
the National.
The rest of the loop's club-owners
gave the move their immediate bless-
ing, because by it the National now
will have clubs in New Lork, Chicago
aid Los Angeles, where the hottest
war for gate receipts and drawing
power is expected.

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contest, Michigan's hockey team won
the first of a two game series with
Colorado College Friday night and [
ran the Wolverine victory string to
eight straight games without a de-
feat.
Michigan had to win the hard wayr
as Colorado jumped off to a one goal
lead in the first 20 seconds of play
and held a 4-2 edge going into the
final stanza. Coach Vic Heyliger's
sextet rallied to tie the contest, how-
ever, in the third period while holding
Colorado College scoreless. Renfrew's
game-winning goal came in just one
minute, 25 seconds over the regula-
tion time.
Tiger Goalie Is Sensational
The Wolverines might have won
more easily but for the fact that the
Maize and Blue had three goals
called back. Colorado College's goalie
Bob Scarlett played a miraculous
game in the nets, saving on a near-
record 61 shots, while Michigan's
Jack McInnes was credited with 30
saves.
Seven times Celley broke in the
clear on Scarlett, only to have the
Tiger goalie smother his shot each
time.
After center Howie Husion put Col-
orado College in the lead, Celley tied
the count, taking a pass from Walt
Grant and Wally Gacek. George.
-Ewonus put the Tigers ahead again
at the 18 minute mark with Husion.
getting an assist.
Wolverines Rally to Tie
Lew Meier added another marker
for Colorado College as the second
period began, and after MacMillan
scored his first goal, Husion beat
Maclnnes again to run the count to
four for the Tigers.
Grant's goal to start the final frame
cut the Tiger's lead to one goal. With
less than six minutes to play, Ren-
frew and Chet Kuznier set up Mich-
igan's tying goal as MacMillan rifled
the puck past Scarlett.

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(Grant, Gacek) 11:10.
2nd period-Colorado College-
Mier (unassisted) 3:25, Husion
(Chammey) 19:30. Michigan -
MacMillan ([lill, Renfrew) 12:30.
3rd period - Michigan - Grant
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