TRUI DA, DEEMBER 7, 1950 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
M' Quintet Dropped
By BILL CONNOLLY
Daily Sports Editor
In recognizing officially the ar-
rival of two-platoon football, the
Associated Press named Michi-
gan's football captain, Al Wahl,
as one of 22 players selected for
All-American honors for the 1930
For the first time since the AP
began its selection of All-American
gridders in 1926, specialists in of-
fensive and defensive work were
cited, as the team was divided into
two distinct units.
WAHL WAS NAMED on the
first-string defensive squad, while
three other Wolverines, Don Du-
fek; Chuck Ortmann and Lowell
Morry were given honorable men-
ion for their performances in the
Other Big Ten players who
were named to the first teams
are Don Stonesifer, Northwest-
ern offensive end, Ohio State's
Vic Janowicz who was given a
defensive backfield berth and
Illinois' captain and center, Bill
Vohaska, who joined Stone-
sifer on the attacking squad.
Michigan State's Everett (Son-
ny) Grandelius joined Dick Kaz-
mier of Princeton, Bobby Rey-
nolds of Nebraska and Washing-
ton's, Don Heinrich in the offen-
THE ATTACKING unit is char-
acterized by its youth, Grandelius
being the only senior in the quar-
tet. Both Heinrich and Kazmier
are juniors, while Reynolds' ap-
pointment to the AP te'am makes
him virtually a unanimous All-
American choice in his sophomore
Previously the powerhouse of
All -American teams, Notr e
Dame was represented only by
quarterback Bob Williams who
was cited defensively, in con-
trast to the fact that three
Irish players were named to the
top eleven last season.
Previously ranked 1-2-3, re-
spectively in the AP's final poll of
teams, Oklahoma, Army and
Texas were further honored by
being the only schools represented
by more than a single player on
the 22-man first team.
The second teams were made
up of only one Western Confernce
player, John Blitz, offensive guard
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TOLEDO-A game but under-
manned Michigan basketball quin-
tet fell prey to a whirlwind first
half offensive by the Rockets of
Toledo University here last night
and lost its second straight deci-
The score was '62 to 48.
* * *
TOLEDO'S STARTING five roll-
ed up a phenomenal 35-9 budge
There will be a meeting of
the football team today in the
Michigan Union at 5:00 p.m.
All players are urged to attend.
during the first 13 minutes of
At that point coach Jerry
Bush unveil his reserves, al-
lowing the Wolverines to come
to life. The halftime score was
Leo VanderKuy, center for the
losers, was the leading point get-
ter of the evening. He registered
eight field goals and added a free
throw for a total of 17.
THAT WAS ONE better than
the leading Rocket, Carlo Muzi,
could gather. Muzi, a five-f oot-
ten guard, rippled the netting with
six difficult baskets and four char-
ity tosses for his 16 point total.
Toledo's scoring was balanced
with 13 points each going to
Jack Feeman and Bill Walk-
er. Feeman was probably the
smoothest and best player on
the floor, defensively as well as
The Wolverines showed consid-
erable improvement over their
opening performance against Mi-
After they had been rushed off
their collective feet by the Rock-
ets' opening blast, they rallied ef-
fectively and fought hard for ad-
vantages despite the fact that theE
outcome was virtually assured.
JIM SKALA turned in a fine
effort at forward for Michigan. He
found the range for four baskets
and a foul shot for nine points.
In addition he handled the ball
well and covered hisshare of re-
Third best scorer for the Wol-
verines was Lysle Smith with
VanderKuy had one of his bet-
ter nights on the firing line. He
hit on a variety of field attempts
including 'a long one from the
right corner. .
TOLEDO'S FAST start was fea-
tured by the brand of play that
is seen in Madison Square Garden
on tournament night.
The precision accuracy of the
winners was best displayed by
their performance at the charity
stripe. They tossed in 16 straight
foul shots, missing only their
last one with 40 seconds left to
By contrast Michigan muffed
10 out of 16 tries.
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]ob Olson and Frank Gutowski
were the starting guards in the
absence of Captain Chuck Mur-
derKuy 5, Gutkowski 1, Geyer 1, Putich
3. Toledo-Feeman 1.
Student tickets for Michigan's
hockey season opener with the
Detroit Auto Club tomorrow night
will be on sale only at the Coli- 11bs in
seum box office tomorrow evening
from 5:30 until game time. Stu-
dent seats cost $.60 apiece. Re-
served seat tickets for the game
will be on sale for $1.50 at the
Ticket Office in the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building from 8:30 to
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-With Metro Pry-
stai, Jim McFadden and Gaye
Stewart each scoring twice, the
Detroit Red Wings crushed the
New York Rangers, 9-0, last night
before 6,356 National Hockey
League fans, second smallest crowd
of the season.
TORONTO - T h e Toronto
Maple Leafs came through with
a goal each period last night to
defeat the Montreal Canediens,
3-1, before a crowd of 13,366.
The National Hockey League-
leading Leafs stretched their un-
beaten streak to eight games.
BOSTON - Rookie defenseman
Ross Lowe's third period tally en-
abled the Boston Bruins to gain
their first victory in four starts
against the Chicago Black Hawks,
5?4, in a lightening fast National
Hockey League game past night at
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Ohio State 72, Butler 50
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Yale 70, Rutgers 40
Navy 59, Virginia 37r
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