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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY sr

OSU Upsets Min
Illini, 57-50; In 0
Gophers Win
Lim
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 14-(A')-O
Ohio State upset Illinois tonight,
57-50, with a second-half splurge (Conti
of 35 points in a spotty Big Nine - ___-
basketball game. Harris, kn
The, bouncing Bucks turned the apiece and
trick with a complete reversal of a ten-mini
form in the final half. During that Earlier in
wild period, they hit 14 of 33 at- Hodgins an
tempts at field goals. In the first Lindegard's
half, the Bucks hit only eight of Gophers N
35 attempts. It took ij
Dick Schnittker, ace Ohio State 37 seconds
forward, changed pace right along for Minn
with his mates. In the first half fourth goal
he was colder than the ice which one up on
covered the ground outside, sink- Then at 5:5
ing only one of 11 shots. But, he game on ic
connected for six of 10 in the final ing Hodgins
half and with eight free throws puck past
paced the winners with 22 points. McDonald.
Al Renfre
CHICAGO, Feb. 14--(/P)-Lofty Blue in the
Jim McIntyre rolled in 21 points goal of the
to hike his eight game total to overtime p
289 points in the Gophers' four verines we
victories and four setbacks, and game ended
lead his team to a 53-51 win over scoring asT
a game Northwestern. with four f
Lagging 31-23 at halftime hap- The Gop
less Northwestern forged into a in the fast
51-51 deadlock with one minute Hodgins ne
left. Chet Tomezyk, flashy Gopher of the open
guard, then raced under the hoop Grant had
for a lay-up in the last seconds to breakaway.
decide the issue,. McMillan E

Outlast

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Sextet;

riesota Nets Two Goals
vertime To Cop 5-4 Tilt
r : 1. .'
degard Scores Twice in Last Period,
cc in Overtime to Sh ie for Gop1ers

CagersWin
Cagers Take Over Second
Slot in Conference Standing
Suprunowicz Sparks Win with 17 Points;
Score Largest Against Purdue This Year

69-5

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nued from Page 1)
otting the score three
forcing the game into
ute overtime period.
the final session, Bill
Ld Jerry Remole set up
first tally.
otch First Overtime
ust three minutes and
in the overtime period
esota. to score their
of the evening and go
the Wolverine sextet.
54, the Gophers put the
ce with Lindegard tak-
s' pass and flipping the
Michigan goalie Jack
ew kept the Maize and
running with his only
evening at 9:25 of the
eriod when the Wol-
re shorthanded. The
d, however, without any
Michigan went all-out
orwards and a goalie.
hers drew first blood
t moving game, when
tted the puck at 2:54
ing stanza after Wally
missed the net on a
vens Count

Gordie McMillan evened the
count less than three minutes lat-
er, taking Renfrew's pass to bea
Gopher netminder Ken Austin.
Rough play marked the open-
ing of the second period with four
penalties being handed out. With
Frick off the ice for slashing, Dick
Starrak gave the Wolverines a one
goal margin, flipping a beautiful
shot past the Minnesota goalie at
12:15 of the middle session .
Gacek Makes It 3-1
Waly Gacek made it 3-1 six
minutes later tallying on passes
from M Milian and Renfrew,
Michigan's last goal until Ren-r
frew's counter in the overtime
stanza.
Minnesota came out fighting in
Uhe, third period and dominated
the play through most of the pci--
iod. The Wlverines had several
chances en breakaways, but they
couldn't seem to get the puck a--
cio>s the crease.
At the horn ending the third
period, the Wolverine pucksters
were jubilant, feeling that they

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and easily looped the ball through
the net.
Harrison played his usual ster-
ling game at guard. He took very
few shots, but made every one
count to give him his 13-point
total.
Wisniewski Gets Hot
Irv Wisniewski starred in the
waning minutes of the game when
Coach Ozzie Cowles sent his re-
serves into the game. He slipped
in five points in the last minute
to bring his count for the night
to nine, third high for the Wol-I
verines.
The game was an unusually
clean affair in the first half, espe-
cially. The Wolverines were the
principal offenders committing
nine personals in the first period.
Purdue was caught only three
times, and Michigan made but
one of these charity tosses.
The battle was close in the first
ten minutes of the game, but
Michigan swished ten points to
Purdue's three in the next five
minutes to take a 25-15 lead. The

tomorrow evening they face a
strong and unpredictable Indiana
quintet. which Cowles regards as
the cruciai test of Michigan's title
hopes.

'Siiper'-D per'

LEADING SCORERS-A1 Renfr w and Mack Suprunowicz led
the hockey and basketball teams in scoring last night as Renfrew
notched a goal and two assists in a losing cause and Suprunowicz
netted 17 points to pace the cagers to victory over Purdue.
Jayvee FiveSe*ores 49.-24

Purdue
Caudell, f
Axness, f
Williams, f
Butturfield, f
Horn, f
Butchko, c
Banks, c
Berberian, g
Thiessen, g ,
Hartman, g
Totals
MICHIGAN
Sulrunowicz, f
MacIntosh, f
Mikulich, f
McCaslin, f
Wierda, f
Stettlebauer, f
Roberts, c
Wisniewski, c
Harrison, g
Elliott, g
Morrill, g
TOTALS

G
5
4
4
2
0l
3
0
1
0
1
20
G
8
3
3
0
0
0
4
4
4
0
2
28

F PF
1 4
0 1
5 4
0 4
1 1
5 0
1 0
3 2
0 3
0 0
16 15
F PF
1 0
1 5
0 2
0 2
0 0
0 0
0 2
1 3
5 3
3 4
2 1
13 22

'TP
11
1 8
13
[4
11
11
a1
5
10
a2
556
TP
D 17
7
w6
0
1 U
8
19
13
[3
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had climbed the playoff berth byf
the 3-3 tie. But it was decided to jfl " I
play one ten-minute overtime per-
iod in order to settle the game one
way cr another. Bert Katzenmeyer's Michigan
Smith Shnes on Defense jayvee squad, featuring half a
Ross rith, sophomore defense- dozen varsity footballers and an
man from Toronto, was the Wol- equal number of associates, open-
verine stair of the evening. His ex- I ed with a rush, and coasted to a
cellent work in the Michigan zone 49-24 victory over Michigan Nor-
kept the Gophers at bay during mal yesterday afternoon at the
most of the evening. Yost Field House.
Puck men To y irst o Two
Tilts with California Tomorrow

With the Big Nine mythical
championship safely under wraps
in the Michigan hockey camp by
virtue of the squad's three wins
in four starts over Minnesota, Vie
Heyliger's lads will be out Mon-
day night to show the westcoast
that Michigan produces more than
just a top-flight gridiron aggre-
gation.
The mid-western representative
to the NCAA tournament in Col-
orado will be decided in March
when Michigan plays host to
Michigan Tech in two games.
Coach Julius Schroeder will
bring his California skaters to
Ann Arbor to finish up a stren-
uous road jaunt which began
February 4. In the most impor-
tant games on the road trip, the
Bear met Colorado College in
the first of the away games
played.
By winning the two games, 6-5
and 12-4, Colorado clinched the
far-western representative's spot
in the NCAA tourney, and, along
with Dartmouth, will meet the
mid-western team in Colorado
Springs next month.
The Ivy League's representative
is till undecided, but it is al-
most a certainty that it will be
either Boston University or Bosi on
College.
Monday night's game gill be
the second between California and
the Wolverines, Michigan having
won the first match last year on

California ice, 8-1. The third
game of the series will be played
Tuesday night.
Coach Schroeder's Bears will be
at full strength for the games fol-
lowing the return of Larry Colli-
son, high-scoring left wing,Cwho
has picked up 11 goals and six
assists this season. The rest of the
fii'st line will be made up of Pat
Finnegan at center ice and Cy
Cardiff on the other wing. This
trio has accounted for over two
thirds of California's total point-
age.
Jim McIntyre and Hugh Du-
berly will start at the defensive
positions for the visitors and
Ian Watson will be in the goal.
Michigan's pilot, Vic Heyliger,
will counter with his high-scoring
first line of Gordie McMillan, Al
Renfrew, and Wally Gacek. Con-
nie Hill, Ross Smith and Dick
Starrak will alternate in the de-
fensive slots
800 tickets for each game are
still available at the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building and it is
stressed that students should
bring their I.D. cards with them
at time of purchase.

.'. 1 1 l rouerma ers beg;
net though and
-- -- ---- -to 29-23 at the h
With center George Poretta, Michigan Stretch
pacing a well balanced attack, ac- Michigan he
counting for four baskets and two lead with fifteen
free throws, the Jayvees encount- then went to wo
ered little difficulty. game iced at
Jayvees Master Backboards mark leading by
Biggest factor in the easy Wol- From then on
verine victory was their mastery make one, I'll m
of both backboards. Dick Kemp- Cowles began pu
thorn, Bob Holloway, and Bump serves and Purdu
Elliott along with Jim Manilla and on the heat in a
Captain Al Topping captured a salvage a lost ca
vast majority of the rebounds to The Wolverines
completely bottle up the Michigan to sit back and
Normal attack. pressive showing<
The Hurons' leading scorers
center Roberts and guard McNary,
tallied only six points each on
two buckets and two charity toss-
es.
BOX SCORE
MICHIGAN FG FT P T
Klum, f 31 0 7
Conrad, f 1 0 3 2 t1
Elliott, f 1 1 0 3
Royce, f 2 0 0 4 I
Peterson, f 0 0 0 4
Poretta, c 4 2 3 10
Holloway, c 3 1 1 7
Erben, g 2 0 2 4
Manilla, g 1. 2 2 5
Yerges, g 0 1 3 1
Topping, g 1 0 0 2
Kempthorn, g 2 1 2 3
20 9 16 49 2
NORMAL FG FT P T
Tsehiphart, f 1 0 1 2
Campbell, f 0 1 4 1
Wells, f 1 1 4 3
Foglef 0 1 0 1
Roberts, c 2 2 1 6
Berg, c 1 1 3 3
McNally, g 2 2 3 6
Savag'e, g 0 2 3 2
7 10 19 24

an to dent the
closed the gap
half.
es Lead
ld a five-point
minutes to go,
rk and had the
the ten-minute
a margin of 49-
it was a "you
ake one" affair.
tting in his re-
e began putting
vain attempt to
,use.
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Indiana Cone
From Behind
To Upset Iowa
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Feb. 14
-(AP)-.Indiana came from away
back tonight to knock Iowa's hb6&
ketball team out of a first-place
tie with Wisconsin in the Big Nine
standings. The Hoosiers won, 49
to 47, after trailing by 11 ponts at
the half.
Don (Tex) Ritter, chunky In-
diana forward, popped in two free
throws in the last minute for the
Hoosiers' final margin.
Iowa outscored Indiana from
the field by two goals, 19 to 17,
but made only nine of 21 free
throws while the Hoosiers were
converting 15 of 23.
The Hawks ran up a 31-20 lead
in the first half and seemed head-
ed for an easier victory than their
61-51 triumph over Indiana four
weeks ago. Then the Hoosiers
came back with a balanced attask
which had the crowd of 10,056 on
its feet most of the last period.
Indiana led for the frst time 4f-
ter 13 minutes of the second half.
Guard Lou Watson's long one-
hander put the Hoosiers on top 41-
40. Iowa tied the score at 43-43
and again at 47-47 before Ritter
pitched the winning free throws.
Little Murray Wier of Iowa, av-
eraging better than 22 points a
game, got 23 tonight on 10 field
goals and three free throws. Iis
mates were stone cold, though,
and six points was the best any of
them could do.
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