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December 17, 1950 - Image 7

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Michigan Sext e rounces Listless Princetoi

n, Jo-

'M' Swimmers Dominate
Annual Michigan AAU Meet

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Three Wolverines Each Net Pair of Goals

Winning five of nine events, Un-
iversity of Michigan swimmers
dominated the Sixteenth Annual
AAU Meet, held at the Varsity
swimming pool last night.
Title of individual winner ex-
traordinary, however, went to
Bumpy Jones, a high school sen-
ior representing Camp Chikopi.
JONES IS national Scholastic
record holder in the 150-yard in-
dividual medley event, but he
found the 440 free style very much
to his taste as well, gaining a 20
yard margin on Michigan's Wally
Jeffries in 4:51.5.
Don Hill started off the Wol-
verine parade with a 23.5 60-
yard free style. He bettered this
mark in the time trials however,
clipping off an excellent 23 flat
Jones had more trouble in his
specialty, with Wolverine Rusty
Carlisle chasing him right down
to the finish. The time, 1:34.4, is
excellent.for this time of the year.
MICHIGAN 'swept the top two
places in the 100-yard breastroke,
with Stewart Elliott squeezing out
John Davies after a close race in
60.8. Elliott had tied the tank rec-
ord in the time trials with a 60
second effort.
The 150-yard medley relay
50-yard free style for men:
Won by Hill (M) ; 2-Benner (un-
attached); 3-Krause (unattach-
ed); time: :23.5. 440-yard free
style for men: Won by Jones
(Chikopi); 2-Jeffries (M); 3-
Child (M); time: 4:51.5. 100-
yard breast stroke for men: Won
by Elliot (M); 2-Davies (M);
'-Moss (Chikopi); time: 60.8.
150-yard individual medley re-
lay for men: Won by Jones
(Chikopi); 2-Carlisl (M); 3-
Moss (Chikopi,; time: 1:34.4.
75-yard handicap for men: Won
by Garbing (Am. T.); 2-Martin
(M); 3-Reis (M); time: 26.0.
150-yard medley relay for men:
Won by Hill, Spero, Considine
(M); 2-Howell, Eaton, Jones
(M); 3-Drysdale, Moss, Mann
(Chikopi). Diving for men: Won
by Bilders (Det. T.) ; 2-Eyster
(Chikopi); 3-Keller (M); points
333. 200-yard back stroke for
men: Won by Howell (M); 2-
Kahn (M); 3-Chase (M fr.);
time: 2:26.6. 200-yard relay
(handicap) for men: Won by
Hill, Benner, Ferguson, Barrow
(M); 2-Byberg, Weisch, Mar-
tin, Reis (M); 3-White, Leegrin,
Jeffries, Smith (M).
NC State Rips
Temple; Illini
Edges De Paul
By The Associated Press
can candidates, Sam Ranzino of
North Carolina State and Bill Mc-
Kay of Temple University both put
on a scoring show as State kept
its record clean of defeats with
an 83 to 61 victory last night.
It was Temple's first loss of the
season after five consecutive tri-
umphs. Ranzino had 23 points
while McKay collected 29 counters.
CHICAGO - Illinois' well-bal-
anced basketball came from be-
hind in the last five minutes for
a thrilling 69-68 win over De Paul
in the opener of a Chicago Stad-
ium double-header before 12,000
last night.
LEXINGTON - Seven-foot Bill
Spivey turned in a masterful per-
formance here last night as un-
beaten Kentucky blasted Kansas
from the nation's basketball elite
with an astounding 68-39 victory

before a crowd of 13,000.
It was evident from the start
that Spivey had ClydesLovelette,
the fabulous Kansas skyscraper,
bottled in a jug and the stopper
in his hand. The giant Kentuck-
ian, meanwhile, was scoring freely
and wound up with 22 big points.
* * *
MANHATTAN-Indiana Univer-
sity won its fourth straight basket-
ball game of the season last night
with a 58-52 triumpth over the
Kansas State Wildcats, who took
their second loss in six starts.
sity of Minnesota basketball team
crmbined an airtight defense,
height advantage and superior
marksmanship to vanquish Pitts-
burgh's touring quint 72-43 last
night before 5,225 spectators.

went to Michigan as Hill, Dick
Spero, and aBsil Considene edg-
ed past fellow teammates Dave
Howell, Milton Eaton, and Kay
Diving, too, went according to
form. Fletcher Gilders from De-
troit Turners won the event with
333 points. He also received the
most points from the judges for
one drive, 26, out of a possible 30.
It was on a full twist, one-and-a-
half. George Eyster, member of
last year's team, was second with
315.5 points.
MICHIGAN'S Frank Keller took
third with 288.8 points. Keller
scored consistently high on all his
dives, giving promise of steady im-
provement later in the season.
All dives were optional, and
each contestant had the choice
of using either the high or low
Surprise event of the meet was
the 100-yard backstroke. Howell
of Michigan defeated Bernie Kahn,
and John Chase, also of Michigan,
in 2:26.6. This indicates consider-
able improvement for Howell, since
Kahn is the varsity number one

Vic Heyliger's Michigan hockey1
squad made a clean sweep of the
Princeton series defeating the
easterners 10-2 at the Coliseum
last night.
An estimated 2,000 fans sat in
on the contest which saw three
players John McKennell, John
Matchefts, and Neil Celley net-
ting two goals apiece behind the
astonished Tiger goalie, Jim 0'-

red head batted the disk behind
O'Neil. ,.
At 7:03 of the same period
McKennell flipped a pass to
Naylor, who netted his first
goal as a member of the Wol-
verines. Within three minutes
the Tigers counted on a thirty
footer from McDonald Mathey.,
Center Paul Pelow meshed his
second goal of the Princeton ser-
ies later in the period on a long
shot which eluded O'Neil. The
fourth Michigan goal was ner-

THE FOUR remaining Wolver- haps the easiest as Celley and
ine counters were scored by Paul Burford skated in on a helpless
Pelow, Gordon Naylor, Bob Heath- O'Neil, who became easy prey
cott, and Gil Burford. for Burford's shot.
In comparison to Friday eve- * * *
ning when the visitors displayed OFFENSIVE minded Michigan
a fast passing attack, the Tig- tallied four goals in the second
ers appeared weary and listless stanza with McKennell delivering
in the final of the two game the opening blow scoring at 1:08.
series. After Heathcott meshed Michi-
The game became so one-sided gan's sixth goal, Neil Celley came
in the third period that coach through with a beautiful solo ef-
Heyliger sent his three defense- fort to increase his team's margin
men Bob Heathcott, Alex McClel- to 7 to 1.
lan, and Graham Cragg into the Receiving the puck at the blue
forward lines. line, Celley skirted past the two
* * * defensemen and blasted the
JOHN MKENNELL, the star of puck past out outfaked goalie.
Friday's tussle, renewed his offen- Matchefts completed the scor-
sive tactics early in the first per- ing for the period at 19:17.
iod. At. the five minute mark the The deluge continued in the
McKennell line appeared for the remaining period with Celley and
initial time and at 5:40 the fiery Matchefts adding the second of

their pair of goals. Mathey corn,;
pleted the Princeton offensive op-,
erations hitting for a counte
early in the stanza. This w. his
second tally of the evening,
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first shot on the net to disappef
into the mesh, the Maize and
Blue goalie, Hal Downes, turned
in several sparkling efforts- to
chalk up his most impressive-game
of the season.
Downes was aided by a strong
lefense which kept the Princ=
ton attackers at bay for most of
the contest.
* * *
First Period: 1-Michigan, McK nnel
(unassisted), 5:40; 2-Michigan, Nay.
lor (Keyes, McKennell), 7:03; 3-Prince-
ton, Mathey (Weedon, Montgomery);
9:48; 4-Michigan, Pelow (BAssey), 14:11;
5-Michigan, Burford (Celley), 16:01.
Second Period: 6-Michigan, MoKen-
nell (Heathcott), 1:08; 7-Michigan,
Heathcott (Celley), 3:55; , -Michigan,
Celley (Heathcott), 9:55; -Michigan,
Matchefts (unassisted), 10:17.
Penalties-Heathcott (board check-
ing), 2 minutes; Pelow (elbowing,'2
Third Period: 10-Princeton, M tbe
(Weedon, Montgomery), 2:10; 11-Mich-
igan, Matchefts (McKennell) 7:30; 12-
Michigan, Celey (Burrford. Eassey), 6:35.
Penalties--McClellan (interference), 2
minutes; Heathcott (illegal body check)
2 minutes.

-Daily-Roger Reinke

Browns, Rams Favored In Playoffs
By The Associated Press (th aswlasoermulpobm,-
CLEVELAND-When the four the Chicago Cardinals and the as well as other mutual problems,
top teams in the National Foot- Philadelphia Eagles, while they will be discussed at a joint meet-
ball League take the field today have run over a number of op- ing of faculty representatives and
to decide the contestants for next ponents exactly equal to that athletic directors at Riverside,
week's championship contest, it number beaten by the Browns. Calif., on Jan. 2.
will be the first time that a double In Los Angeles the Rams of Commissioner Victor 0.
playoff such as this has ever oc- that city and the Bears froum that Schmidt of the Coast group an-
cured, great midwestern metropolis, Chi- nounced the meeting after con-
Here in Cleveland the New York cago, will clash in another all or ferring here with commissioner rom ischer s
Giants will be seven point under- nothing encounter. Kenneth L. (Tug) Wilson of the
dogs to a team that they have * * * Big Ten
already beaten twice this year, the THE BEARS, even with the B TnMh *
Cleveland Browns. presence in their lineup of such The session fonows the Michi-
* * notable players as Johnny Lu- gan-California football game atF
THE BROWNS, undisputed jack, Bulldog Turner and Sid Pasadena on Jan. 1, and will pre-
champions of the now defunct Luckman, have been installed by -4
All-American Conference for four "the men who know" as 6%/2 point1
straight years, will enter the game underdogs. Bowl l R+ l'" G ILBER T
with a team that has run over They have undoubtedly been in- T
ten teams this year and has only fluenced by the great seasons en- Players, coaches and fans
lost to the aforementioned Giants' joyed by several Los Angeles will gather at the Michigan
-twice. players such as Tom Fears, Nor- Union tomorrow at 12:45 p.m. 4
man Van Brocklin, and Bob Wat- jutpirtih ovrns CHOCOLATESi
The Giants, primarily a de- fielda who a parked just prior to the Wolverines
fensive team, have lost to only Rams all year to their many vic- departure for California and
Ramsall ear o teir any ic- the Rose Bowl.
__________________________ -tories.
The games will both be broad- The Marching Band will lead
TBowl Train Sale an expected crowd of thousands
Stop Tuedayin te Mchign fght ong. Paama Very Best -
born. The Browns vs. Giant in the Michigan fight songs.a
Stops Tuesday game will begin at 1:30 and the
The Wolverine club announc- Los Angeles vs. Chicago game cede the formal winter meeting of Chocolate-Covered Salted Pecans
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January 7. Accommodations Minnesota 72, Pittsburgh 43 "It was felt that the presence Deluxe Assortment of . R
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