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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Detroit Ices Boston; Toronto Defeated

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BOSTON--P)-The high-flying
Detroit Red Wings clicked off their
sixth straight National Hockey
League victory by out-skating the
SBoston Bruins by a 4-1 margin
last night before 8,254 at the Bos-
ton Garden. The Wings bunched
three of their tallies in the second
d period.
* * *

MONTREAL -(P)-New York
and Montreal battled to a one-
all tie last night in a National
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L T Pts.
Toronto 17 7 6 40
Detroit 17 6 4 38
Chicago 11 10 6 28
Montreal 9 15 6 24
Boston 8 15 5 21.
New York 4 13 11 19
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 4, Boston 1
New York 1, Montreal 1
Chicago 3, Toronto 2

Hockey League game before a
crowd of 14,158.
Montreal called up three ama-
teurs from Quebec sexijor and jun-
ior leagues for the game on a
lend-lease basis and one of the
newcomers gave the Montrealers
their lone goal in the second per-
iod. It was whipped in by Bernie
Geoffrion on a long pass from
Tom Johnson.
New York took only six min-
utes to tie the game. Buddy O'Con-
nor flipped over a perfect pass
from right wing that Reg Sin-
clair banged past goalie Gerry
McNeil.

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VanderKuy Leads Michigan to Win;
Oppose NC State Tomorrow Night

TORONTO -(A')- The injury-
riddled Chicago Blackhawks
sparked by fine goal tending and
aggressive play of rookie replace-
ments, last night defeated the Tor-
onto Maple Leafs, 3-2, before 12,-
961 National Hockey League fans.

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INDIANAPOLIS - Michigan's
heretofore feeble offense broke
loose with spectacular fury here
last night as Ernie McCoy's cagers
fought to a 58-37 win over highly-
regarded Butler University.
Butler, who had bested the Big
Ten favorite, Iowa, in an earlier
contest, was helpless before the
Wolverines' dogged man-to-man.
THE BULLDOGS didn't score a
field goal during the first ten min-
utes of the ball game, and were
continually bottled up under the
boards as t h e height-hungry
Maize and Blue used what they
had to the utmost advantage.
Leo VanderKuy led the Mich-
igan scoring with 15 points. But
it was a team victory for the-

Wolverines, tabbed as one of the
weaker clubs in the Big Ten this
season.
McCoy's fighting quintet had a
half-time lead of 32-18. Jim Skala
started them off with a field goal
in the first minute of play, and
from there on the Michigan team
was a far different one from the
"poor little boys" who took it on
the chin from Miami and Toledo
earlier this month.
* * *
EVERY MICHIGAN man took
part in the upset win, with sub-
stitute forward Tommy Tienan
garnering 10 poInts to rank sec-
ond in that department.
The game was remarkable for
poor foul shooting, as Michigan
missed 18 of 37 free throws and

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the Bulldogs converted but 11
of 29.
The high-riding Wolverines will
collide with more top-flight com-
petition tomorrow night as they
travel to Raleigh to meet Everett
Case's lightifig-fast North Caro-
lina State Wolf Pack.
THE LATTER quintet trounced
Temple, 83-61, last night, and in-
dications are that Case has an-
other team similar to last year's
national contender. It is ranked
third in the nation on the Asso-
ciated Press weekly poll.'
Michigan's aggressive defense
was the feature of their victory
here. Although they " showed
more offense than against any
previous opponent, the tight
man-to-man, which the Wolver-
ines alternated with a three-two
zone, had the- Bulldogs tied up
in knots.
The backboard work of Vander-
Kuy, Skala, and Murray was out-
standing as the taller Butler five
had trouble getting off two or
more shots in succession.

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GALLON GRAPPLES-Jack Gallon, Michigan's outstanding soph-
omore wrestling prospect is shown here grappling with his last
night's opponent, BFill Schmitt. Gallon emerged from this match
with a 7-3 victory and three points for his Wolverine teammates.
Gallon is the man wearing the helmet.
Michigan Matmen Roll Past
Toledo Team by 22-8 Count
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MICHIGAN
Skala f
Tiernan f
R. Smith f
Brungtsing f
VanderKuy c
Geyer e
Wisner c
Johnson c
Murray g
Olsen g
L. Smith g
Gutowski g
Lauder g
Scarr g
Totals

G
3
4
3
1
4
0
0
0
2
1
2
0
0
0
20

BUTLER G
Burdsall f 1
Hall f 0
Cranny f 3
Huff f 1
Weidekamp f 0
.Miller f 0
Burgin f 0
Jackson C 1
Houston c 0
W.E.O'Brien c 1
Sturgeon g 0
Fougerousse g 1
Radkovic g 4
Rosenstihl g 0
Wilhoite g 0
Bevelhimer g 1
Totals 13

PF
3
4
1
0
2
4
1
0
4
3
1
2
0
0
25
PF
5
1
2
1
0
4
0
.2
3
0
4
3
3
0
0
0
28

TP
7
10
6
4
15
0
0
1
8
2
5
0
0
0
58
TP
5
0
7
.4
0
0
0
2
3
2
0
2
10
0
0
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By HERB COHEN.
The University of Michigan
wrestling team opened their sea-
son last night with an;iIpressive
224 win over a good, but not good
enough Toledo aggregation.
The Wolverine matmet . came+
through as expected in almost all
weight divisions as they lost only
in the 123 pound and heavyweight
classes, the latter by a fall.
HOWEVER two Michigan men
came through with falls of their
own.
Bill Stapp, the Michigan cap-
tain, came up with a beautiful
pin of Bill Gehring, the Rocket
157 pounder, after, 4 minutes
and 28 seconds of the match
had elapsed.
The other Wolverine pin was
executed by Joe Planck, who, af-
ter 5 minutes and 28 seconds of
his match had gone by, .pinned
both shoulders of his opponent,
Floyd Gadt, to the Mat.
* * *
BUT THESE WERE not the

only Michigan men who looked
good. Everyone showed up well
and even the two Wolverines who
lost put up very good fights in-
deed.
Joe Kosik, who started off the
evening's activities by grappling
with Jack Shire, the Toledo 123
pounder, lost by a close 6-4
score. This was perhaps the
most evenly matched pair of the
meet, and even though Kosik
lost,lhe still gave a very good
account of himself.
The other Wolverine loss was
chalked up by Art (Moose) Dunn.
He was up against stiff competi-
tion in the person of Harry Lanzi,
the Toledo captain and National
Y.M.C.A. heavyweight champion.
* * *
CONSIDERING, this, the Mich-
igan junior looked good, even
though he was pinned after one
minute and one second of the
second period.
Jack Gallon, a newcomer to
the squad, gave Bill Schmitt, a
teammate of his in high school,
a thorough going over as he
won easily 1-3.
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Weight by Weight Summary
123 Pounds-JTack Shirer (Toledo)
defeated Joe Kosik (Michigan), 6-4
(three points for Toledo).
130 Pounds-Larry Nelson (Michi-
Igan) defeated Art Jablian (Toledo),
6-0 (three points for Michigan).
137 Pounds-Jack Gallon (Michi-
gan) defeated bill Schmitt (Toledo),
7-3 (three points for Michigan).
147 Pounds-Dave space (Michi-
gan) defeatedrEarl Courtright (To-
ledo), 4-2 (three points for Michi-
gan).
157 Pounds-Bill Stapp (Michigan
Captain) pinned Bill Gehring (To-
ledo) in 4 min. 28 sec. (five points
for Michigan).
167 Pounds-Bud Holcombe (Michi-
gan) defeated Frank Baumgartner
(Toledo), 6-0 (three points for Mich-
igan).
177 Pounds-Joe Planck (Michigan)
pinned Floyd Gadt (Toledo) in 5 min.
28 sec. (five points for Michigan).
Heavyweights-Harry Lanzi (Toledo
Captain) pinner Art Dunne (Michi-
gan) in 4 mn. 1 sec. (five points for
Toledo).

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CHICAGO -(R)- All-America
back Vic Janowicz of Ohio State
was announced the winner of the
Chicago Tribune Silver Football.
The trophy is awarded each
year to the football player select-
ed as most valuable to his team in
the Western Conference.
Don Dufek, crushing fullback
from the University of Michigan,
was runner-up in the balloting.
Janowicz and Dufek were voted
most valuable by their teammates,
as were selections from seven oth-

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Others honored by their team-
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of Iowa, center Wayne Robinson
of Minnesota, end Chuck Hag-
mann of Northwestern, tackle
James Janosek of Purdue and full-
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a Conference basketball game if
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