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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 1950

SUNDAY. JANUARY 8, 1950

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Wolverine Triumph Gains
Split in Two-Game Series

Smith, Celley, Burford, Heathcott,
Tally Goals in Registering Seventh
4

Brumm
Victory
4:

By BOB VOKAC
The Wolverine hockey club
jumped back into the win column
by slapping down Montreal's Cara-
bins, 5-3, at the Coliseum last
night.
After dropping the initial con-
test Friday night, 4-3, in the two
game series, Michigan's powerful
attack swung into high gear to
give the Maize and Blue a split
with the classy Canadian club.
FIVE WOLVERINES successful-
ly blasted the Montreal defense to
give Coach Vic Heyliger's charges
their five counters.
Aside from the Canadian shift
in goalies from Friday night's
Marcel Auger to George Beau-
cage, both squads used their
same units as in the previous
encounter.
After the Maize and Blue stav-
ed off two concentrated Carabin
drives that gave Wolverine goalie
Jack McDonald a brisk workout
early in the first period, Michi-
gan's stellar defensive star Ross
Smith took a flip from Al Bassey
and drilled home a 30 foot shot to
post the first marker of the game
at 13:39.
IT WAS A REPEAT perform-
ance for Smith as he also broke
the scoreless tie in the first period
Friday night.
The first period had by far
the hottest offensive drives as
McDonald made 15 saves and
Beaucage stopped 10 shots.
The Wolverines point margin
was expanded early in the second
period after Andre Charest was
directed to the penalty box for in-
terference. Standing directly in
front of the rigging after taking
a pass from Gil Burford, Neil
Celley penetrated the Carabin
crease for the second marker of
the game.
FROM HERE ON IN, the second
frame was the scene of fancy Mon-
treal stick handling and passing
as the Canadians quickly closed
the breach. Assisted by George
Hotte, Dennis Lazure drilled home
the first Carabin tally by snapping
a 15 foot shot that wound up be-
hindtMcDonald.
When Smith stepped into the
penalty box at 14:07, Montreal's
slick offense rolled down the
ice to tie up the game when
Jean Giguere's 25 foot marker
landed in the Wolverine net at
15:06. George Emblem handled
the assist.
Breaking the 2-2 tie in.the open-
ing minutes of the third frame,
Montreal's Ray Flynn blasted
home a six foot marker on an
assist from Andre Charest at 4:20.
BUT THE WOLVERINE offen-
sive unit was yet to be heard from
as Burford flipped a backhanded
20 toot shot into the Mpntreal
nets at 6:18 to tie up the game.

Conference
Alters Cage
Regulation
CHICAGO-(P)-The Big Ten
Conference yesterday changed its
two-minute rule in basketball to
benefit a fouling team.
Commissioner Kehneth L.
(Tug) Wilson announced that
henceforth a foul against a shoot-
er in the last two minutes will re-
sult in only one free throw if the
basket is made.
PREVIOUSLY, two free throws
were awarded regardless of
whether or not the basket was
made. This made it possible for
a fouled team to amass as many
as five points, in one crack.
Five points could be made if a
fouled shooter made his basket,
sank his first free throw and
had his missed second gift shot
tipped in for a basket.
The Big Ten is playing a modi-
fication of the controversial na-
tional two-minute rule which en-
ables a fouled team to keep pos-
session after free throwing. The
Big Ten keeps the ball in play,
although two free throws are
charged against all defensive
fouls beyond the exception fixed
today.
KEN BIALKIN, Night Editor

Hogan Third
At Mid- Point
f GolfMeet
LOS ANGELES-(P-Ben Ho-
gan fired a two under par 69 for
a 36-hole total of 142 yesterday to
signal a threat in the Los Angeles
Open Golf Tournament in his ini-
tial comeback try.
Hogan, clipping a stroke off par
with a spectacular 60-foot slant-
ing putt on the fifteenth hole and
another with an eight-foot putt on
the seventeenth, improved on his
73 fired yesterday.
JERRY BARBER of Pasadena
shot his second successive sub-par
round to lead the field at the half-
way point of the tournament. He
had rounds of 69-68-137.
Two strokes back of Barber
was another dark horse, Henry
Ransom of St. Andrews, Ill. The
former Texan, a veteran of more
than a decade of tournament
golf, fired the lowest round of
the tournament to date--a 33-
34-67 for 139.
Ransom was the only one stand-
ing in the five stroke spread be-
tween Barber and Hogan and Ells-
worth Vines. Vines shot a 73 to
tie Hogan at 142 blows.
A stiff fight looms ahead in the
18 hole round today and tomorrow,
but Hogan is still the focal point
of interest.
Gone today was the drama and
tenseness of his return to compe-
tition yesterday for the first time
since he was badly injured in a carI
crash 11 months ago.I

'1' Wrestlers Surprise
Crippled Purdue, 19-9

By CY CARLTON
Michigan's wrestlers routed an
injury-riddledPurdue(squad, 19-9,
yesterday afternoon at Yost Field
House.
Purdue was forced to make the'
trip without the services of four
stars who guided the Boilermak-
ers to last year's Big Ten crown.
Arnold Plaza, Joe Patacsil, Char-
les Farina and Waldemar VanCott,
listed as doubtful starters, were
sidelined with shoulder injuries.
Larry Nelson, star 128 pound
sophomore, turned in the standout
performance for the Maize and

Blue as he pinned Dan Greenberg
of Purdue in 1:27 of the first
period, with a cradle hold. It was
Nelson's second pin victory in two
meets.
In the day's most thrilling bout,
Michigan's Bill Stapp scored a
takedown and two points in the
final two seconds of the last per-
iod of a 155-pound battle to de-
feat Earl D'nAmico, 3-1.
In a 121 pound match, Brad
Stone scored two points in the'
final period to edge Ken Ellis, 4-3'
Stone trailed, 3-2, going into the
final period.
Michigan's Dave Space rallied
in the last two periods of the 136
pound attraction to defeat Bobs
Appleby, 12-9. Space wn the
match by picking up eight points
in the final two periods.
The day's biggest upset occurred
in the 145-pound bout when Pur- -
due's Jack Moreno, a sophomore,
beat Wolverine captain Jim Smith,

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, ROSS SMITH
... Defensive Ace
Wally Grant and Celley were also
in on the play.
After Lenny Brumm's shot
ricocheted off Beaucage's stick,
Bob Heathcott bumped in the
fourth Michigan tally at 11:07.
Brumm was more successful on
his next shot as he connected at
18:49 by drilling home the final
marker of the evening on an assist
from Grant.

-Daily-Ed Kozma
UP AND IN-Leo VanderKuy (28) puts in a one handed jump
shot over wiry Frank Calsbeek (11), star Iowa center. Looking
on are Michigan's Jerry Skala (25) and Mack Suprunowicz (4).
Bob Clifton (24), standout sophomore who tallied 25 points for
the Hawkeyes, also watches.
Wolverines Down Hawkeyes
DespiteHeight Disadvantage

-Daily-Ed Kozma
UUGH.H.H.H.-Eric Yeager, (on
top), Purdue heavyweight wes-
tHer, attempts to gain a take-
down over Michigan's Joe
Planck.

cM' Trackmen Race Through
Time Trials in Practice Runs

(Continued from Page 1)

SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY:
Tidwell Stars as Rebels Take
Senior Bowl Game, 22-13

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., - (R') -
Travis Tidwell spun a football
web of passes that carried his
Rebel all-stars to a 22-13 victory
over the Yankees in the senior
bowl game yesterday.
Charlie Justice of North Caro-
lina and Doak Walker of Southern
Methodist lived up to their press
notices, but Tidwell was even bet-
ter.
S* * *
THE LITTLE Auburn quarter-
back who was named most valu-
able in the South Eastern Con-
ference got the same honor in
this classy field of All-America
and All-Conference players from
every section of the nation.
Tidwell tossed 19 times to
connect on 13 for an amazing
gain of 246 yards. End Art
Weiner of North Carolina
teamed with Tidwell to make a
great combination. He fielded
eight of those throws for 139
yards.
The losing Yankees also had a

great passing team in Paul Camp-
bell, Texas quarterback, and Jim
Owens, Oklahoma end. Campbell
threw 27 times, hit on 18 for 147
yards.
TACKLE Wade Walker of Okla-
homa and center Clayton Tonne-
maker of Minnesota, both All-

America,
held the
rushing.
for only
that was
The
mighty
But it

led a Yankee line that
Rebels to 46 yards by
The Yanks could run
63 against a Rebel line
tough from end to end.
pass defense looked
weak in comparison.
wasn't that nearly so

Get it
011Your
The next issue of Gargoyle will
cast the withering beam of truth
into every, but every, dark corner of
University life.
But, WE NEED YOUR HELP!
There must be some group, organiza-
tion, or activity that you ache to
sound off about. The field's wide
open: Frats, A.I.M., Faculty, Michi-
fish, Thank God It's Friday, or any-
thing else you can think of.j
Humorists, here's your ticket toI
fame!n

much as the accuracy with
which Tidwell, Campbell and
Eddie Lebaron of College of the
Pacific could drop that ball in
the right spot.
Key kick returns by Justice and
Doak Walker added to the thrills.
Walker started the Yanks off to
their first score with a runback
for 57 yards.
JUSTICE opened the way to
two Rebel touchdowns. He went
26 to begin the first drive and 29
to start the last.
Before the Rebels got started,
the Yankees had their scoring
fling. Taking it from D. Walker's
57-yard runback, they moved 32
yards in a hurry. Lynn Chandnois,
Michigan State rammed over from
the four.
Louis Weighs
CharlesFight
LOS ANGELES-(A)-Joe Louis
said yesterday he may consider
boxing Ezzard Charles for the
heavyweight championship next
summer after he returns from an
exhibition tour in this country and
South America.
"I should know by then if I
am in condition to box Charles,"
the retired champion was quot-
ed by his press agent. "I will
definitely decide after the tour."
Louis was in good form Friday
night in his exhibition with Wil-
lie Bean. His next bout on the
tour is with Jim Flood in Seattle
Tuesday. His swing through the
country ends Feb. 7 at Miami,
where he meets Johnny Holman of
Chicago.

tieing up elusive Frank Calsbeek,
center for the Iowa squad. He
kept Calsbeek off balance most of
the evening and the Hwkeiye
scoring leader left the boards with
only eight points to his credit.
DON McINTOSH had a field
day at center and forward and
led the Michigan scorers with 21
points. He left the floor on fouls
with three minutes and fifty sec-
onds left in the game. As he did
Bob Clifton ran over to shake his
hand. The last foul gave Clifton
a shot, which he made.
Mack Suprunowicz tied with
Hal Morrill in the runners-up
slot with 11 points. But Supey's
court play was outstanding.
Time after time he threaded the
ball through the Iowa defenses,
feeding McIntosh, VandcrKuy,
and Doyle under the basket.
On one play Suprunowicz faked
out an Iowa guard and drove in on
the right. As he reached the free
throw circle, he shot the ball in to
Bill Doyle who pushed the ball off4
the board and in for two points.
VANDERKUY SPUN for 10
points, but his best work was on
defense. One favorite Iowa play
was to lob the ball from shooting
position at guard towards the bas-
ket. But the purpose was not to
shoot but to make a pass to Cals-
AP Roundup
COLUMBUS, O. - Ohio State
won its Western Conference bas-
ketball opener from defending
champion Illinois last night. 83 to
62. Ohio State led 38-27 at half-
time in notching its sixth win iri
eight games. Illinois (7-4) now
has lost both its Conference starts.
* * *
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Indi-
ana's hustling Hoosiers last
night ended Wisconsin's brief
lead in Western Conference bas-
ketball standings, 61-59. It was
the tenth victory for I.U.
* * *
LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Northwest-
ern's Wildcats 'nipped Purdue's
Boilermakers last night in an
overtime battle, 60-58, to open the
Western Conference basketball
season for both teams. The siz-
zler was knotted 24-all at the half
and 53-all at the end of regulation
time.
** *
EAST LANSING, Mich.-Notre
Dame joined the growing list of
teams to beat Michigan State in
basketball by marking up an easy
76 to 65 victory here last night.

beek who was to pick it up on thej
run and lay it up.
McIntosh and VanderKuy
kept the shooting wild and the
play worked only once all night.
Michigan built up her halftime
lead of 35-21 to a full 20 points,
but it was mostly the reserves who
did it. The regular five kept the
14 point lead intact, but the re-
serves added six more.
Statistics I

IOWA (46)
Vollers F
Cochrane F
Darling F-C
Riecks F
Calsbeek C
Schultz G
Clifton G
Greene G
TOTALS

FG
1
1
0
0
3
2
8
0

FT PF TP
2 4 4
1 1 3
1 1 1
1 3 1
2 4 8
0 2 4
9 2 25
0 0 0

Yesterday was a busy day at
Yost Field House.
The doors were opened at 12:00
by Coach Don Canham's track
men who found it necessary to
hold their weekly time trials about
three hours earlier than usual to
clear the way for the Wolverine
wrestling team-who in turn gave
way to the opening Big Ten game
of the 1950 Basketball season.
PACING themselves through
their respective specialties, the
thinclads were somewhat handi-
capped by the fact that they have
been able to work out for only
four days since returning from
Christmas vacation.
The outstanding race of the
day was the half-mile, in which
Shel Capp sliced the tape just
one-tenth of a second ahead of
Aaron Gordon to win, as George
Jacobi finished third.
Gordon led the field through-
out the race, but Capp, who had
been matching him stride-for-
stride all the way, broke off the
last turn with a blast of speed,
caught him in the stretch and
nosed him out at the tape.
* * *
JIM MITCHELL, letter-winner
in the hurdles last year, displayed

15 16 17 46

his usual fine form in winning
both timber events, with Wally
Atchison and Don Hoover right
behind him.
In the lows, Bruno Boelster,
sophomore runner who was city
champ in Detroit, showed much
improvement, but tripped on
the last hurdle in his heat after
leading all the way.
The sprinters ran through a
rugged workout/ with Art Henrie
setting the pace in all events.
Henrie was followed across the
finish line by Pierre Miller and
John Wilcox, who battled it out
step-for-step in each race.
AT THE CLOSE of the workout,
five relay teams composed of four
men each, competed in a mile
race. The teams are picked ac-
cording to each runner's specialty,
with the half-milers on one
squad, milers on another, etc.
The indoor track season opens
in Ann Arbor with the annual
running of the Michigan AAU
meet on Saturday, January 28.
Opening meet of the Wolver-
ines' Big Ten campaign will be on
the Saturday of J-Hop weekend,
February 11,- when the squad
faces a powerful Wisconsin ag-
gregation.

MICH. (66) FG
Suprunowicz F 5
McIntosh F 8
Scala F 0
Olson F 1
VanderKuy C-F 4
Wisniewski C 0
Morrill G 4
Murray G 2
Doyle G 1
Gutowski G 0
TOTALS 25
Halftime score:
35, Iowa 21.

FT
1
5
0
0
2
0
J
3
2
0
16

PF'
1
5
1
0
4
0
2
3
1
0
17

TP
11
21
0
2
10
0
11
7
4
66

11-4. t
Jack Powers, another Michigan
conference champ won his 175-.
pound match when his opponent,
Jerry Dasso, was forced to retire
in the first period with a knee in-i
jury. At the time of the injury,
Powers trailed in the scoring, 4-1.
Purdue took the 165 and heavy-
weight matches by close scores.
Chuck Bryant defeated the Wol-,
verines' Don O'Connell at 165, 5-4,
and Eric Yaeger took Joe Plancl#
in the heavyweight match, 4-3.
The meet witnessed by a crowd
of about 1,000 persons, was refer-
reed by Iggy Conrad of Michigan
State.
Planck's and O'Connell's per-
formances were especially credi-
table as both men were wrestling
out of their weight class and both
lost by the narrow margin of a
scant point.
The summaries:
121 pounds-Bradford Stone,
MICHIGAN, defeated Kenneth
Ellis, Purdue, 6 to 3.
128 pounds - Larry Nelson,
MICHIGAN, threw Dan Green-
berg, Purdue, 1:27 of second
period.
196 pounds - Dave Space,
MICHIGAN, defeated Bob Ap-
pleby, Purdue, 12 to 9.
145 pounds - Jack Moreno,
Purdue, defeated Jim Smith,
MICHIGAN, 11 to 4.
155 pounds -: Bill Stapp,
MICHIGAN, defeated Earl
D'Amico, Purdue, 3 to 1.
165 pounds-Charles Byrant,
Purdue, defeated Don O'Connell,
MICHIGAN, 5 to 4.
175 pounds - Jack Powers,
MICHIGAN, defeated Jerome
Dasso, Purdue, by default.
Heavyweight -- Eric Yaeger,
Purdue, defeated Joe Plank,
MICHIGAN, 4 to 3.
"KEEP A-HEAD OF YOUR HAIR"
Our aim is: workmanship -
sanitation -, personnel - service.
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Michigan

Free throws missed: Iowa
-Darling, Clifton 4. Michi-
gan - Suprunowicz, Scala,
VanderKuy 2, McIntosh,
Murray.
Basketball
Results-
NU 60, Purdue 58 (Overtime)
Indiana 61, Wisconsin 59
OSU 83, Illinois 62
Minnesota 74, Marquette 38
Detroit 56, Wayne 43
Notre Dame 76, Mich. State 65
West. Mich. 94, Miami (Ohio) 66
Butler 50, DePauw 49
Ohio North. 63, Detroit Tech 50
Iowa State 50, Colorado 40
Princeton 77, Harvard 42
Columbia 51, Yale 43
Navy 76, VMI 26
Penn. 73, Lafayette 57
CCNY 61, Loyola (Chicago) 46
Army 51, Brown 43
Tulane 64, Georgia Tech 62
Bradley 72, -Drake 57
Georgia 70, Mississippi 52
Temple 55, Syracuse 52
Duke 58, North Carolina State 55

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