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SUNhflAY, MARCHI 5, 1950

THE MICHIGA DAILY

. . .. . .......... . .

Michigan Loses Big

T en Swim

Title

ToOSU 93-6

'M'Cagers
Sink Purdue
To Cellar
(Continued from Page 1)
the backcourt and corners. As a
result rebounds were kept well in
control by the winners.
Purdue managed to close the
gap for a 20-20 deadlock at the
11:52 mark but McIntosh hit a
hook shot attempt and the Wol-
verines slowly pulled away to a
36-29 advantage at the inter-
mission.
As the second half got under
way, holes in the Boilermaker de-
fenses began to open and Michi-
gan players found themselves with
clear shots on several occasions.
They built up a ten point margin
with a flurry of baskets, the most
spectacular of which was an over-
the shoulder score on the dead run
by Suprunowicz.
* * *
WILLIAMS began hitting on a
series of long two-handers from
center court but was unable to
carry the attack alone. Hal Mor-
rill and VanderKuy joined their
captain in scoring regularity which
kept their team out of reach.
It was the final contest for four
other Wolverines, McIntosh, Mor-
rill, Wizniewski and Al Martin.
These five were on the floor when
the game ended.
In the accuracy department
Michigan was successful on 31.7
per cent of its shots against 24
per cent for the losers. The Wol-
verines converted 18 of 30 free
tosses.
Cellar-Bait

Record Crowd Sees Michigan Hockey
Team Hammer Huskies Again, 6-1

* * *

* * *

Ohio State Sets New Scoring Record Illini Smash

,.

By BOB SANDELL
Neil Celley led the rampaging
Wolverine puckdchasers to their
twentieth victory of the season
last night before a record crown of
over 3600 at the Coliseum.
For the second straight night
the invading Huskies of Michigan
Tech fell before a relentless Wol-
verine attack. This time it was
6-1.
,* , *
CELLEY POKED in two goals
in the initial period and added
an assist in the final stanza, while
Gil Burford managed to tie the
scoring record of 61 with a single
tally.
The victory also gave Michi-
gan ;undisputed possession of
the Michigan Press Trophy,
emblematic of hockey suprem-
acy in the state.
The Wolverine attack was
hampered considerably by ten
penalties, while the Huskies had
seven called on them, two in the
last three minutes.
*' * *
AFTER four and a half minutes
of furious action in the first per-
iod, Celley stick-handled his way
beautifully past two Tech defense-
men and skated right in on goal
to beat Goalie Jack Noblet easily.
The Engineers capitalized on
Graham Cragg's interference
penalty to quickly tie it up at
7:40.
Ted Olson rifled a high hard
one past Jack Mclnnes from 50
feet after leading thesonrushing
Huskies down the ice.
* * *
CELLEY and Lennie Brumm
then scored in quick succession to
put the contest away for the Wol-
verines.
Celley slapped in a rebound at
8:34 and Brumm slipped the
puck past Noblet from about 15
feet straight out at 8:53.
Marc Olson was sent off for in-
terference at 13:07, and the Wol-
verines made it hot around the
Tech goal for practically the whole
two minutes with no success.
THERE WAS no scoring in the
middle period with the action see-
sawing up and down the ice.
Neither team was able to take
SAP Roundup_
NEW YORK-Columbia shat-
tered Holy Cross' 29-game basket-
ball winning streak tonight by
downing the Crusaders, 64-54.
* * *
PEORIA, Ill.-Bradley's Braves,
the nation's no. 1 team in the As-
sociated Press poll, pulverized
Drake 92 to 63 tonight to win
their 12th consecutive basketball
victory and wind up their regular
season with a 27-3 record.1

advantage of seven penalties
dealt out by the two referees.
Burford struck fast in the fi-
nal session. At 1:59 Gil made
his record tying marker, a long
fifty footer from just inside the
blue line. Celley was given an
assist on the play that raised
the count to 4-1.
Bob Heathcott and Paul Pelow
teamed up at 4:08 for the fifth
Wolverine marker. Heathcott's
shot caromed off the post out of
cage but it was declared a goal
after a lengthy Tech protest.
Ross Smith, playing his usual
sterling defensive game, ended
the scoring at 11.21 with a long 45
foot angle shot that was deflected
into the nets by Defenseman Bob
Monahan.
Marc Olson started a rumpus
near the end of the contest that
brought a whole host of police-
men on the ice to quell the up-
rising. Olson was given two-
2 minute roughing penalties and
was escorted out of the game.

* * *

By GEORGE FLINT j
The Mike Peppe-coached Ohio
State Buckeyes swept to their sec-
ond straight conference swimming
championship last night at the
I-M pool, and in so doing set a
new Big Ten scoring record.
The Ohioans racked up a total
of 93 points, six more than the
previous standard, to easily sub-
due the second-place Michigan
Wolverines, who finished with 65.
*, * .
IOWA WAS third in the meet
with 46, while Purdue collected 30
for fourth place.
The Buckeyes won the cham-
pionship on the strength of seven
first-places, including a triple win
by their sensational sophomore,
Jack Taylor.
Taylor completed the trio of
wins by taking the 440-yard free
style last night, touring the dist-
ance in 4:45.5. Taylor earlier had
taken the 1500-meter free style
and the 150-yard backstroke.
YESTERDAY'S meet started off
with a pair of records being set.
Since the 100-yard backstroke and
100-yard breaststroke are new
events on the conference program,

the winning times stand as meet
marks.
Ohio State's Bill Sonner won
the backstroke in 59.1, edging
Everett Brooks of Purdue. Ber-
nie Kahn of Michigan stayed
with Sonner for 75 yards, but
had~,to be content with a third
ahead of Joe Prata and Gordon
Leaf of Ohio State.
The Wolverines' old reliable,
Charlie MVoss, came up with a new
pool record in the 100-yard breast-
stroke, posting a time of 1 minute
flat.
IOV{A'S BOWEN Stassforth
brushed by the 200-breaststroke
winner, Everett Dunlap of Purdue,
to grab second. Stew Elliott and
Jon Davies of the Maize and Blue
we-re fourth and fifth, respective-
ly.
The 100-yard free style turn-
ed out to be a real battle, with
Iowa's Rusty Garst beating out
Ohio's Frank Dooley by an eye-
lash and a half.
Garst had a 52.2 clocking, as
Herb Kobayashi of the Buckeyes,
Dave Tittle of Michigan, and John
Eckert of Northwestern were all
close to the leaders, but got third,
fourth, and fifth respectively.
* * *
MICHIGAN'S 440 duo of Gus
Stager and Matt Mann III were
closing in on the Buckeyes' Taylor
at the finish of that race, but
went out too slow to make up the
supple Ohioan's 1/4 pool length
lead at the 300-yard mark. Stef-
anos of Ohio State and Mike Kos-
metos of Purdue were fourth and
fifth.
The Buckeyes really piled up
the markers in the high board
diving, with the trio of Bruce
Harlan, Joe Marino, and Jack
Calhoun performing flawlessly
for the first three places. Har-
lan had 421.1 points, Marino
394.4, and Calhoun 379.85.
Chuck Chelich of Northwestern
and George Eyster of the Mann-

men had 349.8 and 342.05 for
fourth and fifth.
. * * - *
MICHIGAN'S Charlie Moss be-

came the night's only double win-
ner with a victory in the 150-
yeard individual medley. Moss
stayed ahead of the threatening
Jose Dalmores of Ohio to win in
1:31.7. Duane Draves of Iowa,
Larry Meyer of Indiana, and Joe
Prata, another of those pesky
Buckeyes,ncompleting the point-
gathering quintet.
The Ohio State squad closed out
the evening with a roaring victory
in the 300-yard medley relay,
chalking up a time of 1:52.8.
The Ohio trio of Sonner, Bal-
mores, and Dooley closed fast to
beat the Iowa team. Purdue, Mich-
igan, and Indiana finished behind
the leaders in that order.

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N"W; Badgers
JIt Minnesota
CHICAGO-O'P)-Illinois, spar
ed by Wally Osterkorn's 23 poin
roared to a 69-52 win over Nort
western and a neweseason poi
record in a Big Ten basketh
finale before 12,000 at the Chica
Stadium last night.
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS-(P)-Wiscon'
beat Minnesota last night 60 to
in a Big Ten basketball game aft
trailing the Gophers 37 to 29
the half. A crowd of 12,861 s:
the game.
Rehfeldt wound up with 2
points for the season, eight shi
of shattering the Conference R
cord set by Murray Wier of Iom
The Badger ace was shooting f
29 points but was bottled up in t
first half and held to 14 points

MEN'S GLEE CLUB

NEIL CELLEY
... two quick ones

BOILERMAKER BLUES:
Purdue Snares Mlat Crown; 'MV' Third
C. ____

PURDUE (60)
Axness F
McNulty F
H. Williams F
Horn F
B. Williams F
Butchko C
Butterfield C
Greiner G
Westfell G
TOTALS
MICHIGAN (70)
Suprunowicz F
Wisniewski F
McIntosh F
VanderKuy C
Morrill G
Skala G
Murray G
Martin G
TOTALS

FG FT PF TP

4
2
7
1
3
0
6
1
24

3
0
3
0
0
5
1
0
0
12

1
4
1
4
5
1
3
0
19

11
4
17
0
2
11
1
12
2
60
TP
19
4
13
16
8
4
5
1
70

By CY CARLETON
(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY - Michigan's'
wrestlers could do no better than
tie for third in the final session
of the Western Conference
tourney yesterday as Purdue's
Boilermakers ran away with the
team crown, taking five of the
eight championships contested.
Purdue won the crown with a;
total of 33 points, Ohio State was
second with 16. The WolverinesI
shared third place with Minne-I
sota's Gophers, each having 15
points.
BOTH MICHIGAN MEN in theI
finals failed to win Conference1
crowns.
In the 136 pound final, Davec
Space went down before Pur-
due's Charlie Farina, 8-2. Never
ahead in the bout, Space was
easily outclassed by the more
experienced Farina.
It was the same story in the
155 pound final as Michigan's Bill
Stapp lost an 11-2 battle to Wis-1
consin's sensational sophomore1
Don Ryan. Ryan took the leadt
from the first takedown and neveri
was headed as he won going away.t
Ryan was undefeated in nine
bouts during regular season dual
meet competition.
WRESTLING in the consolation
final for third place, Captain Jim
Smith of the Maize and Blue won
his easiest victory of the tourna-
ment as he took the third 145
pound spot without taking off his
bathrobe.

Bob Dwyer of Illinois was un-
able to make weight and thus for-
feited to Smith.
Jack Powers took third place
in the 165 pound weight class
when he defeated Wisconsin's
Bob Lessl, 3-2, With a third
period upsurge.
Behind, 2-0, going into the final
stanza, Powers registered an es-
cape and a takedown in the last
half of the period to take the
bout and third place in the Big
Ten.
PURDUE'S FIVE titles came in
the 121, 128, 136, 145, and 165
pound entries, despite the hoots of
a violently anti - Boilermaker
crowd.
Arnold Plaza, Purdue ace, won
his fourth consecutive 121pound
title as he decisioned Minne-
sota's Mike Tatone. Plaza was
never headed after the first
period of the bout.
In the closest match of the day,
Purdue's Joe Patascil nosd out
Allan Rice of Minnesota, 3-2, -to
take the 128 pound crown. Rice
is former 136 pound champ of the
Conference.

DESPITE the intense booing of
the crowd, Waldemer Vancott
was awarded the 165 pound title,
by referee's decision, after he tied
with Ohio State's Fred McLean,
1-1. Vancott was runner-up in
the 175 pound entry last year. ,
Joe Scarpello, Iowa's Olympic
star took his fourth 175 pound
title, as he decisioned North-
western's Tom Ragouzis, 4-1.
Scarpello, wrestling with ease
and confidence, was ahead all
the way.

PROFESSORS NOTICE
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writing Red quick-drying ink. " It is the size of a regular wooden
pencil, 6 inches long-lasts 2?/2 times longer than any other Ball
Point Pen. " Those who have one, say it is wonderful.
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OFFICIAL
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Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University.cNotices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 2552
Administration Building, by 3:00 p.m.
en the day preceding publication
t11:00 a.m. Saturdays).
SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1950
VOL. LX, No. 103
Notices
Student Tea: President and
Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to
students from 4 to 6 o'clock on
Wed., March 8.
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Meeting,

Mon., Mar. 6, 4:10 p.m., 1025 An-
gell Hall.
AGENDA
1. Consideration of the minutes
of the meeting of February 11,
1950 (pp. 1579-1581).
2. Consideration of reports sub-
mitted with the call to this meet-
ing.
a. Executive Committee, Prof.
B. 0. Thuma.
b. Executive Board of the Grad-
uate School, Prof.rClark Hopkins.
c. Senate Advisory Committee
on University Affairs, Assoc. Prof.
C. H. Fischer. No report.
d. Deans' Conference, Dean
Hayward Keniston. No report.
3. Announcements.
4. New business.
Glasses Found: Several dozen
pairs of used glasses have been
delivered to the Health Service.
Students who wish to inspect them
for possible recovery, see Miss Par-
sons, Tel. 2331.

J-Hop Pictures. Reprints may
be picked up at the.Adminis;ra-
tion Bldg. from 10-4 on Tues. and
Wed. of this week.
Kothe-Ilildner Annual German
Language Award offered to stu-
dents in courses 31, 32, 33, 34, 35,
and 36. The contest, a translation
competition (German-English and
English-German) carries two sti-
pends of $30 and $20 respectively,
and will be held from 3 to 5 p.m.
Tues., March 28, Rm. 108 Tappan
Hall. Students who wish to com-
pete and who have not yet handed
in their applications should do so
immediately in Rm. 108 Tappan
Hall.
Ben and Lucile Braun Scholar-
ship: This scholarship is available
to undergraduate men or women
students who have been residents
(Continued on Page 4)

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