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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NC

State

Edges

Michigan

in

Orertime,

Scala Deadlocks Game in Final Minute;
Ranzino Sinks Clincher in See-saw Battle

Special to The Daily ,
RALEIG[ - Michigan's upset
crazed Wolverines fought unde-
feated -North Carolina State down
to the final gun and even beyond
before succumbing to the Wolf-
pack 65-62 in overtime.
The Wolverines, showing phe-
nominal improvement with each
game, knotted the see-saw battle
for the ninth time on a long set

verting a foul and quickly fol-
lowing it up with a driving lay-up
to give the Wolfpack a big three
point margin.
After Michigan had missed an
attempt at closing the gap the
southern team put on the freeze
in an attempt to eat up the
remaining time.
The Wolverines scrapping wild-
ly, finally stole the ball. This
time they made it count as Leo
VanderKuy broke free and tallied
from close in.
* *.*
REVERTING once more to their
delaying tactics North Carolina
shook Bob Speight loose under
the basket and he converted to
again widen the gap to three
points.
With the clock showing only
a little over a minute left Jim
Skala curled in a lay-up to put
the underdog, Wolverines once
more within striking distance.
As the seconds ticked away
Michigan battled gamely to re-
gain possession of the ball but
this time the Wolfpack made their
freeze stick.
IN THE FINAL seconds North
Carolina passed the ball to Speicht
who was left standing free under

the basket daring the mad scram-
ble for possession of the ball and
he sunk a simple lay-up at the
final horn to give the Wolfpack
a 65-62 victory.
High scoring, honors for the
game, however, went to North
Carolina State's 'Slingin' Sam
Ranzino who caged a total of 27

markers
of shots.

on an amazing variety

.' * *
MICHIGAN G
Skala F ............ .8
Tiernan F ...........8
Geyer F............0
.Vanderkuy C........7'
Murray G ............1
Olson G ..... . 1
GutowskiG .........0
Smith G ............0
TOTALS .........25
* * *
N. C. STATE G
Ranzino F ..........12
Cook F ..............0
Speight F ... .3
Horvath C ..........2
Goss C..............1
Bubas G............I
Brandenberg G ......1
KukoyG...........2
TOTALS 24

Sophs Pace
'M' Sextet's
Win Streak
Young blood provided by sopho-
more centers John McKennell and
John Matchefts gave the Wolver-
ine hockey team the needed spark
to sweep a two game series from
the Princeton Tiger4 over the;
week-end.
McKennell, fast becoming the
"people's choice," sent home six
goals in the Michigan 11-6 and
10-2 wins over the hapless Tigers.
* * *
THE OTHER sophomore mid-
dleman, John Matchefts, meshed
three goals to bring his total to,
five for the three contests played
thus far.
Also playing a huge part in
the successes was Vic Heyliger's
classy right winger, Neil Celley.
Celley counted four goals and
four assists.
By collecting eight points over
the week-end, Celley now leads
the Wolverine offensive gunners
with 11 points on five goals and
six assists.

Phi Epsilon Kappa Captures
Professional Volleyball Title
Phi Epsilon Kappa dropped the washed Phi Alpha Kappa, 4-0,
defending champs, Phi Delta Phi, to take third place. The Phi
last night, to take the Professional Kap's were unable to score more
Fraternity Volleyball title. than eleven points on the Delta
The victors took the first two Sig's as they dropped four games
games by identical 15-11 scores, 15-8, 15-3, 15-11, and 15-10.
dropped the third 10-15, but came
back to win the final pair and The fourth place title went to
take the first place crown. Alpha Rho Chi, who took the mea-
* * * sure of Alpha Chi Sigma. The
SECOND PLACE laurels went to architects took all four games in
the Phi Chi's, as they topped a the best out of seven series, win-
fighting bunch of Alpha Kappa ning 15-13, 15-6, 15-12, and 15-10.
Kappa's 4-1. Phi Chi scored a 15-8 With volleyball out of the pic-
win in the opening game, were ture, the pro's will be concentrat-
edged 13-15 in the second, but .
downed the AKK's in the next ing on Bowling and handball. The
three, 15-11, 15-7, and 15-12. handball finals will k: held next
Delta Sigma Delta white- Thursday night.

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-Daily-Roger Reinke
ROSE BOWL BOUND-Al Wahl, captain of the Wolverine foot- -
ball team, wears the wreath presented to him yesterday at the
rally before the Big Ten Champions entrained for the Pasadena
classic.

Halftime score: N.C.. State 30, Mich-
igan 28. End regulation game: N.C.
State 58, Michigan 58. Free throws
missed: Skala 2, Tiernan, Vander-
kuy 3, Murray, Smith, Ranzino, Cook,
Speight 2, Horvath, Goss, Bubas,
Brandenberg.

-Daily-Jack Bergstrom
JIM SCALA
.... ties score
shot by Jim Skala in the final
minute of regulation play and
forced the highly-touted southern
team to muster all their finesse to
come out on top in the overtime.
* * *
WITH THE scoreboard reading
58-58 North Carolina's All-Ameri-
can Sam Ranzino opened the ex-
tra fie' minute period by' con-
s.

AP SPORTS ROUNDUP:
Henrich Quits Active Play;
NCAA Reviews Subsidy Rule
NEW YORK - (A') - Tommy NEW YORK -(A)- The na-
Henrich, a member of the New tion's colleges will be asked next
York Yankees since 1937 and one month to modify the subsidy rule
of the game's most feared bats- to permit grants-in-aid, above the
men, decided to hang up his glove regdlar scholarships, to athletes.
yesterday rather than play on an Atproposed amendmetto the
injured knee. He accepted 'a job Aprosdaemntoth
on the coaching staff of the World controversial code, which gov-
Champions. erns financial aid to athletes, is
Tommy, known as "Old Reli- included in a report to members
able" for his timely hitting and of the National Collegiate Ath-
slick play in right field and at letic Assbciation.
first base, played very little the The latest proposal would per-
past season. mit special grants for board and
The knee, injured in the spring, meals of needy cases on the con-
pained him severely each time he dition the NCAA is kept tppraised
had to make a quick turn or stop. of the aid through regular item-
So, at 34, the old Massillon, O., boy ized accounts,
has chosen to call it a career. He The present code limits aid to
will be the fourth man on mana- tuition and incidental institution
ger Casey Stengel's coaching staff. fees. It also forbids athletic scho-

SECOND PLACE in the scoring
department belongs to McKennell,
who has chalked up four assists
in addition to his six goals for a
total of ten points.
Defenseman'Bob I eathcott
takes the third slot ith eight
points on three goals and five
assists.
Problems in regard to his de-
fensive corps still besets coach
Heyliger. Eddie May, who broke
two ribs in the Auto Club tussle,
is a question mark. Heyliger hopes
that his star defenseman will re-
turn for the Boston College and
Boston University games.
* * *
GOALIE Hal Downes seems to
be adjusting himself in the nets.
After the Tigers showered him
with six goals in the opener of the
series, Downes played a steady
game in the second tilt to give
Wolverine followers a better out-
look on the defensive situation.
Western Ontario, a team which
gave Michigan a hard battle last
season before bowing 5-4, will be
in town Thursday and Friday for
a two game setto.
LATE BASKETBALL SCORES
Kansas State 77, Wisconsin 58
Missouri 54, Arkansas 32
Iowa 63, Notre Dame 60
Beloit 84, Washington 69

Kentucky Leads AP Hoop
Poll; NC State Takes Third

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NEW YORK - (AP) - Unbeaten
Kentucky, a stunning 68-39 win-
ner over Kansas, is the No. 1
college basketball team in the na-
tion, according to the first Asso-
ciated Press poll of the season.
Five straight wins convinced 93
of 165 voting sports writers and
sportscasters that coach Adolph
Rupp's unbeaten Wildcats are tops
at this stage of the. campaign.
BRADLEY and North Carolina
State, winners of six straight
through Saturday's games, each
received 20 first place votes. Brad-
ley took second position on points,
1,302 to 1,105.
Indiana and Oklahoma Ag.
gies, another pair of unbeaten
clubs, followed next in order.
City College of New York, which

won both the NCAA and Invita-
tional Tournaments last spring,
was sixth. CCNY was upset by
Then came Long Island Univer-
sity, unbeaten in three starts, Mis-
souri, UCLA and Toledo.

SECOND TEAM
11. Kansas (4-1)..........
12. Washington (4) (4-0) ......
13. St. John's (5-1)...........
14. Notre Dame (4-0).........
15. Brigham Young (5-1).
16. Cincinnati (3-0) ........
18. Villanova (4-0)..........
19. Cornell (2) (5-0) ..........
20. Kansas State (1) (4-2) ....

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(Continued from Page 2) in new South Quadrangle offices:
Dr. Robert C. Angell, Chairman,
from 12 p.m. Fri., Dec. 22, 1950 Room 1815; Departmental Office,
until 8 a.m., Mon., Jan. 8, 1951. Room 1817; Dr. Lowell J. Carr,
Students are hereby reminded Room 1806; Dr. Lillian Cohen,
that changes in license plate Room 1809; Dr. Ronald Freedman,
numbers are to be registered at Room 1811; Dr. Gerhard Lenski,
the Office of StudentAffairs im-, Room 1809; Dr. J. Masuoka, Room
mediately. 1811; Dr. Peter Ostafin, Room
1805; Mr. Leonard Blumberg,
Offices for Sociology Depart- Room 1808; Mr. Harry Dillingham,
ment: As of Tues., Dec. 19, the Room 1808; Mr. Alex Fanelli, Room
following members of the Depart- 1810; Mr.'Harry Greenblatt, Room
ment of Sociology will be located 1810; Mr. Harry Sharp, Room
1808; Mr. Falph Spielman, Room
1805; Mr. Robert Tropp, Room
1805.
(Continued on Page 4)

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