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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, I950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1950 PAGE

Untried M' Cagers Drop Opener to Miami,

44-36

Vanderkuy's
15 Markers
Top Scoring
By GEORGE FLINT
Miami University parlayed a
basketball two-platoon system.in-
to a ragged but decisive victory
o v e r Michigan's inexperienced
Wolverines at Yost Fieldhouse last
night.
The score was 44-36.
POOR REBOUNDING and slop-
py ball-handling on the part of
the Maize and Blue enabled the
Redskins to take a half-time lead
of 25-20, and successfully hold off
the Wolverines' sporadic rallies to
win going away.
The Redskins started a quin-
tet of seniors who build up a
lead of 18-14 with 8 minutes to
play in the first half.
Then Coach John Brickels sent
in five sophs, including a rugged
(6' 7", 260 pounds) center named
Dick Wells, and the Wolverines
were held to six points for the
remainder of the period.
Michigan fared no better in the
second half, as the scrappy Miami
sophomores took the ball away
from Ernie McCoy's men time and
time again to stay four or six
points ahead for most of the last
period.
LEO VANDERKUY, the Wolver-
the Redskins some trouble at the
ines' top scorer with 15 points, gave
start of the period with a field
goal and two free throws.
But then Redskin yearling
Don Knodel, a cool-playing
guard, heated up the Miami at-
tack with three field goals on;
a lay-up, set shot, and one-
hander, and from then on the
issue was never in doubt.
With Knodel upping his high to-
tal for Miami to 11 points with a
free throw and field goal with a
minute and a half left to go, the
Wolverine cause was lost as the
Redskins took a 44-35 lead. Paul
KGeyer's free throw ga--2 Michigan
its final point.
Chuck Murray, the Michigan
captain, played well along with
Vanderkuy, and looked better than
most of the Wolverines in their
10 points.
man-to-man defense. Murray had
Miami's veteran five employed a
zone, while Brickels' sophomore
quintet switched to a man-to-man.

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Soonersi
By The Associated Press
Oklahoma, the country's top
ranking eleven in the final As-
sociated Press poll of the season,
crushed the Oklahoma Aggies, 41-
14, for their 31st consecutive vic-
tory and Southern California up-
set Notre Dame, 9 to 7, on a third
period blocked punt that rolled
out of the end zone for an auto-
matic safety, yesterday.
The Oklahoma Aggies held Ok-
lahoma to a 7-7 first period dead-
lock before 33,000 at Stillwater,
Okla., but then yielded four touch-
downs in the second quarter. The
Sugar Bowl-bound Sooners were
sparked by Claude Arnold who
tossed four touchdown passes.
* * *
A LOS ANGELES crowd of 70,-
177 saw Notre Dame fall before
Southern California to bring a
dismal end to Notre Dame's worst
season since 1933. The Irish, play-
Detroit Mauls
Montreal, 741
By The Associated Press
In the National Hockey League
games last night, the Detroit Recd
Wings romped against the Mon-
treal Canadians, 7-1, at Montreal
before 14,000 fans.
The New York Rangers nosed
out the Boston Bruins, 3-2 while
the Chicago Black Hawks and the
Toronto Maple Leafs battled to a
scoreless deadlock.

Triumph;

Irish

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ing without Coach Frank Leahy
who had to stay home because of
influenza, scored first, but the
Trojans tied it .on Jim Sears' 94-
yard touchdown return of the fol-
lowing kickoff and then won on
their third period safety.
Tennessee, the nation's fourth
ranked team, thrashed its an-
cient rival, Vanderbilt, in what
amounted to a stiff workout for
its Jan. 1 Cotton Bowl date
with Texas. The Vols chalked
up a 43-0 triumph before 28,000
at Nashville.

Penn State nosed out Pitt, 21-
20, at Pittsburgh in their game
that was postponed from last Sat-
urday because of a record snow
fall. With parking lots still blank-
eted by the snow only 7,000 turn-
ed out at Forbes Field.
* * *
GEORGIA TECH and Virginia
both registered upsets in their
rivalry with Georgia and North
Carolina, respectively. Tech dump-
ed Georgia, 7-0, before 50,000 at
Athens, Ga., and Virginia wallop-
ed North Carolina at Charlot-

tesville, Va. in the 55th game
of the South's oldest continuous
rivalry.
In other traditional games Holy
Cross whipped Boston College, 32-
14, at Boston; Alabama drubbed
Auburn, 34-0, at Birmingham;
Louisiana State tied Tulane, 44-
14, before 74,000 at New Orleans;
underdog Mississippi beat Missis-
sippi State, 27-20 at Oxford, Miss.;
Baylor swamped Rice, 33-7, at
Waco, Tex.; and Texas Christian
slashed Southern Methodist, 27-
13, before 55,000 at Dallas.

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ALL WESTERN STARS:
Sooners, OSU Pace All Midwest Team

Congratulations!
WOLVERINES
WOLVEINES1313 SOUT H UNIVERSITY
Conquerors of ___________________________
the West
The DascolaBarbers
Government and Civilian Surplus

Summari
MICHIGAN
Olson, f.
Tiernen, f.
Geyer, f.
Skala, f.
Wvisner, f.
Vanderkuy, c
Scarr, g.
Murray, g.
L. Smith, g.
R. Smith, g.
Lauder, g.
Totals
MIAMI
B. Greisinger
Macklin, f.
King, f.
E. Greisinger,
Peticca, c.
Walls, c.
Green, c.
McPhee, g.
Lanshaw, g.
Knodel, g.
Galey, g.
Totals

es:
FG
0
0
1
1
a
5
0
(Capt.) 3
1
0
0
11
FG
, f. 4
1
0
f. 2
3
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0
0
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5
1
18

FT
0
0
1
0
0
5
0
4
3
1
0
14
FT
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
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1,
1
6

P Total
0 0
0 0
1 3
1 2
0 0
2 15
1 0
1 10
3 5
1 1
0 0
10 36
P Total
2 8
3 2
0 0
3 4
5 7
5 2
0 0
0 0
0 5
3 11
1 3
22 44

CHICAGO-(P)-Oklahoma, the
nation's number one eleven, had to
share laurels with Ohio State and
Notre Dame at two berths each
on a glistening 1950 All-West rn
Football Team selected yesterday
by the Associated Press.
Big Ten champion, Michigan,
placed Tackle Al Wahl on the star-
studded eleven while Michigan
State, Nebraska, Northwestern,
and Illinois each landed one posi-
tion on the mythical midwestern
team.
INCLUDED in the backfield are
Bob Williams of Notre Dame, Vic
Janowicz of Ohio State, Bobby
Reynolds of Nebraska, and Everett
Grandelius of Michigan State.
The lone representative of the
Big Ten champion and Rose
Bowl delegate was Al Wahl, a
217 pound senior, who anchored
the Wolverine forward wall.
Two members of the undefeated
Sooner squad took positions in the
line. Frank Anderson was selected
for an end position and Jim Wea-
therall was picked for one of the
tackles. Representing Ohio State
was guard John Biltz.

COMPLETING the Irish contin-
gent was guard Jerry Groom, who
came near being a 60 minute per-
former. Illinois' Bill Vohaska nail-
ed down the center slot.
The final member is North-
western's Don Stonesifer, who
set three Conference pass catch-
Wahl Selected . .
Al Wahl, Michigan captain
and tackle was selected yester-
day by Paramount News for a
first string berth on their All-
American team, according to
the local theatres.
ing records. The Wildcat was an
overwhelming selection of coach-
es, scouts, and other experts.
Halfback Charley Ortmann and
center Tony Momsen were choices
on the second squad. Also named
on this team were guards Ed Wood
of the University of Detroit and
Don Coleman of Michigan State.

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