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T HE M IC HIG AN flAtilY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 194G

Toronto Deals Pucksters First Shutout of 54

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Toronto Goalie's Outstanding
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Wolverines Stop Halder as Blues' Leading
Goal-Getter Is Held Scoreless for First Time

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period scoring spree and crashed the
1 Michigan nets three times.
In the opening phase of the tilt,
play was rough on both sides which
resulted in three penalties for each
squad. Jack MacInnes, tending the
nets for the Maize and Blue and Ball
were called on to make many great
saves. Bob Marshall, the big, pop-
ular Michigan defenseman was out-
tstanding defenzsively, giveng several
hard body checks. The period came
to a close with neither team being
Ssable to score.

put up a tougn attle trying to pull In the opening minutes of the sec-,
the game out of the fire. This was ond stanza, Toronto marked which
the first time that Michigan has proved to be the winning goal of
been blanked; this season. the contest. Jimn Bromley took a pass
Michigan's puckmen stopped 'Wallyfrom Bill Kosick, skated past the!
Wolverine defense and pushed aj
alder from scoring any points. It hard, fast shot past MacInnes. I
was the first time this season, that The rest of the time, the visitors
Halder the leading goal-getter for had to play defensively since they
Toronto, has been prevented from were usually one man short. The
tallying. Up until last night's en- Wolverines threatened several times,
counter the star Blues' forward had but were unable to put the puck past
managed to nab at least three goals the Blues goalie. It was fast playing
in each game. again for both teams with the rub-
The first period was character- ber going back and forth and the
istic of probably the fastest hockey defensemen distributing f u r io u s
seen at the Coliseum this year and body-checks.
the Wolverines had control of the From the first whistle of the third
puck more times than the Toronto period until the game ended, Mich-
sextet, but neither team tallied. In igan put on a great battle, fighting
the second period, the Canadian all the way, but failing to break into
squad took the lead with the lone the scoring column. Toronto turned
goal of the stanza, and then the on the power with some speedy skat-
Blues turned on their usual third ing and three passes which clicked.
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Ca ers Face
Badger Fie
T'omorrow
Oosterbaan Expects
To See Tough Battle
Coach Bennie Oosterbaans Wolv-
erine cage team, which returned from
Champaign today following its game
with Illinois, will meet the University
of Wisconsin's quintet at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow on the boards of Yost Field
House.
Tomorrow's game will be the sec-
ond of a home-and-home series be-
tween the two schools and the last
time the Maize and Bluemeet the
boys from Madison this season. In
their first encounter, which was
played a week ago on the Badgers'
home court, the Wolverines came
out on the short end of a 58-57 de-
cision. It was the first Big Ten match
the Badgers won this year.
Commenting on the Wisconsin ag-
gregation, Coach Oosterbaan stated,
"I believe they are one of the most
underrated teams in the nation to-
day. Tomorrow night's game will be
no walk-away for either team. Both
have a 50-50 chance of winning."
Michigan's starting lineup Will be
composed of Glen Selbo at center,
John Mullaney and Bob Harrison at
the forwards, and Dave Strack and
Pete Elliott at the guards.
Tracl ...
(Continued from Page 1)
years ago. The Spartan quartet was
composed of Jack Dodge and Bob
Carrier who ran against Michigan in
1942, and Amion Carter and Bill May-
hew. The Wolverine hurdlers were
Hack Coplin, Bud Wallington, .Neil
MacIntyre, and Elmer Swanson.
The Wolverines took team honors
in the distance medley, sprint medley,
one and two mile relays. Barten who
doubled in both medleys ran espe-
cially well for the Wolverines. Val
Johnson, Bill Hadler, Coleman, Hank
Fonde, Dave Hess, Joe Shea, and Jim
MacFadden were outstanding for the
Wolverines in the relay events. The
Meet had hardly opened when Chuck
Birdsall put the Wolverines in front
with a 60 yard victory in the two mile.
ChuckaLauritsen surprised the fans
with a victory in the pole vault.
Track Summaries
Two-Mile Run-Won by Charles
Birdsall, Michigan; second, Murphy,
Notre Dame; third, Kelley, Notre
Dame; fourth, Hughes, Michigan
State. Time, 9 minutes, 53.7.
300-Yard Dash-Won by James
Fraser, Michigan State; second, Ben-
nett, Ohio State; third, Haidler,
Michigan; fourth, Thompson, Notre
Dame. Time, 32.3 seconds.
Pole Vault-Won by Charles Laur-
itson, Michigan; second, tie between
Wonch and Vosberg, Michigan State,
Moore, Northwestern, and Struble,
Notre Dame. Height, 13 feet.
Distance Medley Relay-Won by
Michigan (Coleman, Barton, Bird-
sall, Thomason); second, Notre
Dame; third, Kansas; fourth, Michi-
gan State. Time, 10 minutes, 32.3 sec-
onds.
75-Yard Dash-Won by Carl Bay-
nard, Ohio State; second Swain,
Michigan; third, Brown, Detroit;
fourth, Coleman, Wayne. Time, 7.8
seconds.
75-Yard High Hurdles-Won by Ed
Taylor, Western Michigan; second,
Swanson, Michigan; third, Seibert,
Ohio State; fourth, O'Neil, Notre
Dame. Time, 9.5 seconds.
Two Mile Relay-Won by Michigan
(Hess, Shea, McFadden, Bob Hume);
second, Kansas; third, Notre Dame;

fourth, Wayne. Time, 8 minutes, 5.9
seconds.
Shot Put, Won by Charles Fonville,
Michigan; second, Ostroot, Michi-
gan; third Simmons, Notre Dame:
fourth Maseio, Ohio State. Distance,
48 feet, 7 % inches.
75-Yard Low Hurdlers, Won by
Bill O'Neil, Notre Dame; second Lar-
son, Michigan; third Shiray, Ohio
State; fourth Seibert, Ohio State.
Time, 9 seconds.
Sprint Medley Relay, Won by
Michigan (Barten, Johnson, Fonde,
Thomason); second Ohio State, third
Michigan State; fourth Notre Dame.
Tine 3 minutes 37.2 seconds.
1,000-Yard Run, Won by Charles
Low, Michigan; second Orfanedes,
0 t. S.; third Smith, 0. S.; four~th La-
grou, Michigan State. Time 2 min-
utes 23.4 seconds.
240-Yard Shuttle Relay, Won by
Michigan State (Dodge, Carter, May-
hew, Carrier); second Michigan;

Fred Green,
Give Victors

Bob Rowe
19 Points

added 19 points between them to the
Illinois total.
Illinois led 30-26 two minutes af-
ter the second half began. Michigan
regained the Ilead 36-35 for ag o-
ment, but Illinois went in front again

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. Feb. 9-(P)-
The University of Illinois basketball
team weathered a dazzling display
of Michigan shooting tonight be-
fore 7,005 fans and defeated the
Wolverines 49 to 44.
The season's largest crowd saw the
lead change hands twice in the first
half and the score became tied three
times as Illinois gradually pared
Michigan's early lead to 22-20 at the
half. Michigan led 20-9 at one time,
after Dave Strack hit four of five
field shots.
In the second half Illinois led al-
most throughout. Jack Smiley, ex-
serviceman, contributed six points,
and a pair of six foot seven inch
freshmen, Fred Green and Bob Rowe,
~asket ball
Summxar, ies

o Illinois, 49-44
Illini Surge Ahead in Second Half
After Michigan Grabs Early Lead

and never
after.

lost its advantage there-

tralian champion, tied for fourth
place with 137 each, Ghezzi shooting
a 67 today while Ferrier hit 69.

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ILLINOIS (49)
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MICHIGAN (44)
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ANorth Carolina 51, Navy 49
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Feb. 9---Jj' ) 'an ' lin4
Bantam Ben Hogan raced in with a Wayne 47, Albion 40
six-under-par 65 on wind-sw-ept Illinois 49, M7ichigan 44
Brackenridge Park course to tie Ohio State 53, Ind2iana 52(overtime)
Byron Nelson for the lead at the half- Michigan State 58, U. of Detroit 46
way mark in the Texas open. The De Paul 62, ilanmline 49
two carded 135 for 36 holes.
Four strokes back at 136 was Art Iowa 43, Purdue 41
Doering, young Denver professional Army 57, Columbia 56
who had tied Nelson with a 64 at the Dartmovth 56, Cornell 53
end of yesterday's first round. Minnesota 52, Chicago 30
Vic Ghezzi of Knoxville, Tenn., and New York U ti i v e r s i t y 62, Notre
Jim Ferrier of Chicago, former Aus- Dame 58

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ABC Tourney
MILWAUKEE, Feb. 9-(P)-A total
of 5,744 teams have entered the 1946
American Bowling Congress tourna-
ment which will open March 14 on
the 74th Regiment Alleys in Buff-
alo, Elmer H. Baumgarten, ABC sec-
retary, announced today.
The entry total is the third larg-
est since the ABC held its first tour-
nament in 1901, Baumgarten said.
Top year was 1940, when 6,073 teams
rolled in the annual event at Detroit.
The Chicago Budweiser team,
which captured the national ABC
crown in 1942 with a 3,131 total, will
not compete this year.
Hockey Results
MICHIGAN TORONTO
Maclnnes G D. Ball
Kuznies C Halder
MacMillan LW Henry
Jacobson RW G. Ball
Iill RD Doyle
Cossalter ,LD Wade
HIRST PERIOD-Scoring:
None. Penalties: Marshall, Gacek,
Celley, Ball, Kosick, Puttock.
SECOND PERIOD-Scoring:
Toronto-Bromley (Kosick) 1:12.
Penalties: Grant, Doyle (two).
THIRD PERIOD-Scoring:
Toronto - Ball (Halder) 5:30,
Doyle (Halder) 8:29, Kosick (Brom-
ley) 18:29. Penalties: Marshall (tow )
Puttock.
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