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TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1950
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IIE MiCHIGAN DAILY

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CLOSE MEETING EXPECTED:
Wolverine Swimmers To Meet Strong
Purdue Squad in Conference Opener

Icers Show
Canadians
Top Form
By BOB SANDELL
Vic Heyliger's hockey crew defi-
nitely established themselves as
one of the top-flight college out-
fits in the land last weekend when
they divided a pair of red-hot ice
battles with the Flying Frenchmen
of the University of Montreal.
As expected, the Carabins, col-
legiate champions of all Canada,
displayed some of the finest hockey
ever seen in the Coliseum and put
on a show that Michigan fans will
talk about for some time.
* * * '

Hoosiers Make Strong Bid
As Watson Bags 26 Points
Suprunowicz Scores 18 Points for 'M';
VanderKuy, Morrill Sharp on Defense
c. -----

(Continued from Page 1)

4

COACH HEYLIGER, extremely
well pleasedwith the performance
of his own team, exclaimed, "that
was the best college team we've
ever faced."
It wouldn't be hard to pick out
the outstanding Michigan per-
fornances. Ross Smith and
Jack McDonald turned in bril-
liant defensive jobs, with Smith,
in Heyliger's estimation, playing
the best of his career.
Nell Celley, Gil Burford, and
Wally Grant more than held their
own against Montreal's terrific
DETROIT-(P)---Ed Bagdon
of Michigan State College was
honored last night by the Foot-
ball Writers Association of
America who elected him "Line-
man of the Year."
Bagdon, a guard on Michigan
State's football team last sea-
son, was awarded the Dr. John
H. Outland Trophy by the
writers.

on the Maize and Blue zone de-
fense.
Lou Watson was the Hoosier
big gun, hooping his one-handed
push shot 11 times for a total of
26 points to lead the scorers.
Garrett, Indiana scoring leader
early in the season, was held to a
pair of follow-ups and three free
throws by Michigan's tight zone
defense. He fouled out in the sec-
ond half.
BOTH QUINTS started slowly,
the Wolverine zone holding the
high-scoring Indianans to a 4-4
tie in the first five minutes. The
Hoosiers grabbed a 15-10 lead, but
Michigan meshed nine straight
points to take command. Shooting
by VanderKuy and Skalatpushed
the margin to 33-25 as the half
ended, the Wolverines leaving the
floor under a thunderous applause.
Coach Ernie McCoy's charges
came back after the intermission
to maintain their advantage un-
til midway in the final stanza
when deadly shooting by Watson
and Jerry Stuteville knotted the
count at 49-49 with 9 minutes
and 40 seconds left to play.
Two quick baskets by Supru-
nowicz gave Michigan a short-
lived lead before Watson and
Stuteville combined to push the
count to, 61-58, Indiana. Skala got
a tip-in and "Supy" twisted in a
pivot shot, but Watson's foul try
tied the score with 412 minutes
remaining.
MORRILL'S TWO baskets gave
the Wolverines a lead once again,
but Indiana fought back to knot
the count on Sam Miranda's long
set shot and Chuck Meyers free
toss with little over a minute to
go.
The Wolverines played cau-
tiously waiting for a close-in

shot, finally pushed, the sphere
up, but the ball popped out and
after a wild scramble, Michigan
took the pill out-of-bounds with
the scoreboard reading 31 sec-
onds.
Jim Skala aimed deliberately
from the side and fired, the ball
rolling over the back part of the
basket into the waiting hands ofI
little Murray, the smallest man
on the floor, who two-handed tip-
ped it up, the buzzer sounded, but
the ball was in, fashioning Michi-
gan's most thrilling victory in sev-
eral years and sending Indiana on
the long ride home victims of their
first defeat in 11 games.
Tipped-In

A Purdue Swimming team Arbor which shows strength in
which should be the strongest in the sprint, distance, and back-
many moons will challenge the str'oke' events.
domination of a Michigan squad THE WOLVERINES, faced with
which has yet to lose to the the loss of two top spyinter ,,
Boilermakers in the Wolverines' Dick Weinberg and and Bill Ko-
first Big; Ten encounter this Sat- gen, will be hard-pressed to beat
urday. out the Boilermakers' Dick
Coach Dick Papenguth will Thomas, who was third in the
bring an array of talent to Ann conference last year.
In the distances, the Wolver-
ines will be up against Mike
Fesler igrees Kosmetos, who gained All-
American mention last year and
is reportedly even faster this.
T netain season.
A OBut the Michigan captain,
A t, Ohi State Matt Mann III,c andhGBs Stger,
________who assistant coach Bill Kogen
calls "most improved" of the
COLUMBUS, O.-(,?)-Wes Fes- Maize and Blue mermen, should
ler decided yesterday to remain as give Kosnetos all he can handle
Ohio State University's head foot- and perhaps a little more.
ball coach PURDUE'S Everett Brooks, who
In making his decision, Fesler
accomplished three things:
1-Set AT REST a six-week ru-
mor that he would desert the
Bucks for a $25,000 per year job
in the business world;
2-Killed "on the vine" a
series of prospective booms for
possible successors; ande RflA( IIPR

INDIANA (67)
Stuteville f ...

Tosheff f ...
Hill f ......
Buck f..
Garrett c ...
Meyer c ..
Watson g.
Miranda g ..
Ring g .....

FG
.6
.3
. 1
.0
.2
.1
.11
. 2
.0
.0

Masters g .....

FT PF
6 3
0 4
0 4
0 1
3 5
1 1
4 1
1 3
0 3
0 0
15 25
FT PF
4 3
1 3
0 2
4 5
7 4
3 4
19 21

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18,
6'
2'
0
7
3
26
0
0
0
67
TP
18
10
14
17
7
69

-Daily-Ed Kozma
UP ANDIN-Hal "Lefty" Morill, stellar Wolverine guard, drives in
for a layup midway through the first period of last night's contest.
The other players are from left to right Ring of Indiana, Michi-
gan's Suprunowicz, Tosheff and Watson of the Hoosiers.
Nelson Setting Pace for M'
Grapplers with Two Victories

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3-Assured his future welfare
and security by getting -a $1500
raise to $15,000 a year, and a
board of trustee promise of a full
professorship in the physical edu-
cation department, if and when
lie gives up the coaching job.

won the 50 meter backstroke at
the East-West meet on Christmas
dlay, will meet another greatly im-
proved Wolverine backstroker,
Bernie Kahn, and sophomore
Dick Howell in what should be a
close contest.
Kogen, who handled the team
yesterday in the absence of head
coach Matt Mann, who's attend-
ing the Olympic Games confer-
ence in Washington, also ex-
pressed satisfaction over the im-
provement of Diver George Eys-
ter.
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TOTALS ..- .26
MrICHIGAN (69) FG
Suprunowicz f .. 7
McIntosh f ... . 1
Scala f ........ 5
VanderKuy C 5
Murray g...... 5
Morrill g....... 2
TOTALS ... .25
Halftime Score:I
33, Indiana 25.

Day - Flynn - Charest combination.
The Wolverine trio's back-check-
hag and aggressive play left little
to be desired.
IN 1$RIEF'. . nomination for
' the most improved Wolverine of
the season would go, without ques-
tion, to Lenny Brumm . . . his
spectacular breakaway shot in Sat-
urday's game was only his second
goal of the season, but his defen-
sive work has won the acclaim of
both the fans and Coach Heyliger
...,Upwards of 7000 fans crowded
the enlarged Coliseum to watch
the two weekend tussles, easily a
'e. record.
The Carabins yanked their
goalie in the last minute of the
second game and tried the "foot-
ball play" with a face-off to the
right of the Wolverine nets, . .
they yelled directions to each
other in French which didn't
help the Wolverines figure out
what was going to happen.
« Three of the visitors were re-
ported to have said that they were
surprised that any team in the
States could be as good as Michi-
gan . .. they felt they were lucky
to win Friday.
No alibis offered here but the
fact is that Goalie Jack McDonald
Was slightly under the weather in
Friday's contest and had to spend
the night in the Health Service

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MICHIGAN

Free throws missed: Indiana
-Garrett 3, Masters, Stutevillej
3, Watson 3, Meyer. MICHI-
GAN-Suprunowicz 2, Morrill 5,
McIntosh, Murray, VanderKuy.

After two dual meets, Larry
Nelson, star 128 pound sophomore
4is setting the pace for the Wol-
verine mat squad with two dual
meet pin victories in two at-
tempts.
Nelson won his first varsity
match on December 31, when lie
pinned Toledo's Bill Schmidt early
in the second period and last Sat-
urday, struck fast to throw Pur-
due's Dan Greenerg in. 1:27 of
the first frame.
* * *
FOLLOWING NELSON in the
duel meet won-lost records are
Dave Space and Bill Stapp also
with two victories, but with only
one pin each. Both recorded their
pins against the Toledo Rockets,
and both came from behind on
Saturday to defeat their oppo-
nents, in close decisions.
Space at 136, scored heavily
in the second and third stanzas
to defeat Bob Appelby, 12-9.
and Stapp at 155, scored two
points in the final two seconds
of the last period, to defeat Earl
D'Amico of Purdue, 3-1. Stapp
scored his points via the take-
down route.
Brad Stone, wrestling at 121,
is next in the won-lost derby,
with one win and one tie in two
starts. Stone won his first Big
Ten duel meet victory in the
Purdue match, 4-3.
TWO CONFERENCE champs,
baptain Jim Smith and Jack

Powers have recorded a one and
one record in their first two
meets. Powers, wrestling at 175,
won his first meet of the season
by default Saturday when Jerry
Dasso, of the Boilermakers, suf-
fered knee injuries in the first
period.
Smith failed to recover from
a first period lag and lost an
11-4 decision to Purdue Sopho-
more Hank Moreno, in a 145-
pound match.
Joe Planck and Don O'Connell
showed vast improvement in Sat-
urday's meet as both lost narrow
decisions while wrestling out of
their classes. O'Connell, wrest-
ling 165 is a natural 155 pounder
while Planck wrestling Heavy-
weight, tips the scales at only 175.

I

TENSE MOMENTS:
Basketball Dispute Clarified
By Officils' Verbal Compact

The Standings:

Nelson
Space
Stapp
Stone
Powers
Smith
Planck
O'Connell

Won
2
2
2
1
I
1
1
0

Lost
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1

Tied
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1

Pins
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0

II

By TED PAPES
Here's what happened during
the wild scramble at the players'
bench when the final whistle
sounded to end last night's classic
basketball thriller.
After Indiana center, Chuck
Meyer, put his team into a 67-67
deadlock with the Wolverines
there remained approximately one
minute to play.
MICHIGAN, playing cautiously,
worked the ball around the wheel
looking for an opening. Don
McIntosh's shot was wide and the
rebound was booted out of bounds,
by a Hoosier forward, the ball sail-
ing out of the court and landing
on a wrestling mat behind Michi-
gan's basket.
The timekeeper stopped the
clock with 3, seconds left, abid-
ing by a verbal agreement with
game officials to call time when-
ever the ball leaves the playing
area. The official is required to
give a signal to the timekeeper
in any such situation, but it was
agreed to allow the timekeeper
to act on his own if an official
was not in position to signal the
bench.

Cleo Diehl, claim they gave no sig-
nal. The timekeeper stopped the
clock when he saw the ball leave
the court. Indiana Coach Branch
McCracken thought the clock
should not have been stopped and
protested violently after Chuck
Murray had scored the winning
field goal.
* * * ,
IN ANY CASE the clock is never
stopped during the game for a
mere out-of-bounds play, regard-
less of how much playing time re-
mains. The ball must completely
leave the area of the court, which
it did in the closing seconds.
Afterwards in the visitors' dress-
ing room McCracken commended
Michigan's fine play but added,
"It's tough to lose with the clock
stopped."
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Scores

Basketball Scores:
Northwestern 60, Minnesota 53
Illinois 59, Purdue 54
U of Detroit 64, MSC 56
Connecticut 65, Wayne 47
Lawrence Tech 59, Wright
Field 40
Kentucky 83, No. Carolina 44
Oklahoma 41, Missouri 36
Mississippi 54, Florida 46
Ohio State 70, DePaul 62

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