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13, 1951

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Icers Battle Montreal

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Low Blows
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NEW4 YORK -- (A) - Ezzar'
Charles chopped down Lee Om
with his merciless slashing blow
last night to stop the Buffal
playboy in 1:19 of the tenth rounc
of his sixth World Heavyweigh
title defense at Madison Squar
Garden.
Although several of the lea]
Cincinnati Negro blows strayed be
low the borderline to drawa
stream of boos, the Champion ha
Oma in a bad way from a bar
rage of head punches when Refe
ree Ruby Goldstein stopped it.
J GOLDSTEIN penalized Charle
in the fifth and eighth for low
blows and he warned him in th
flrst and second rounds of th
interesting contest. The fight wa
much better than the six to on
odds against Oma promised. The
gallery mob screamed at ever
blow Charles drove into Lee's body
after the early warnings.
Two officials had Charles out
front when the battle was stop-
ped before Oma ever was knock-
ed off his feet. Referee Gold-
stein had it 7-2, giving Oma
only the rounds he got on fouls
Judge Charley Shortell had it
6-3 for Charles and Judge Frank
Forbes saw it 4-4 with one even,
going into the tenth. The AP card
showed it for Charles 6-2-1. The
34-year Oma, tiring, badly after
the fifth round, caught the fancy
of the crowd of 11,504 that paid
$54,185 by his ability to shake off
Charles' Sunday punches.
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TIME AFTER TIME, Ezzard
landed right hand leads flush on
Oma's jaw only to have the chal-
lenger back off and counter.
The end came inexpectedly
although it didn't seem Oma
could continue to take the ham-
- mering Charles blows much
longer without going down.
Charles burst from his corner,
infuriated by $he boos and his in-
ability to drop Oma. Two jabs
were followed by a right to the
jaw, then cames eight searing left
hooks $o the head without return.
Oma, trying to dance away, was
obviously in a bad way. When an-
other hook drove him into full re-
treat, Goldstein folded him in his
r arms and led him to his corner.
In many states this would go in-
to the record books as a technical
knockout but New Yor does not
recognize a technical knockout.
Stock Named
Grid Manager
Leon Stock '52, was named sen-
ior manager for the 1951 Michi-
gan football season, it was an-
nounced yesterday.
Also named on the grid mana-
gerial staff were Gerry Dudley,
Pelham, New York; Bob Fremlin,
Milford; Bob Grew, Blissfield; and
Chuck Weigand, Gowanda, New
\York. They will serve as next fall's
junior managers.
Stock, who was a junior mana-
ger this season, is from Detroit.
He succeeds Bill Searle, Winnet-
ka, Ill., in the senior post.

Controversial Sanity Code
Abolished at NCAA Meeting
DALLAS--W)-The sanity code of the National Collegiate Ath-
letic Association was killed last night.
The controversial regulation covering financial aid to athletes
was knocked out of the NCAA constitution and control of such aid
to athletes was returned to individual schools and conferences. The
code lost by a vote of 130 for and 60 against.
** *' *
THE AMENDMENT as passed was presented by Ed Parsons,
Athletic Director of Northeastern University of Boston. The amend-
ment returns enforcement of the code to schools and conferences
themselves and retains a part of the constitution which forbids re-
cruiting. The recruiting clause was kept in, it was reported because
eastern colleges wanted it and would support the amendment spon-
sored by the Southern Conference if it were retained.
When Dr. Hugh C. Willett of Southern California, President
of the NCAA, announced the result of the vote there were cheers
all over the room.
The sanity code had provided that athletes could get their fees
and tuition under a scholarship but would have to work for room,
board and laundry.
* * * *
MANY OF THE SCHOOLS said there were not sufficient jobs on
the campuses for athletes to earn their room and board, also thaw an
athlete who made his courses and participated in football did not
have time to work.
The code had been in effect since January, 1948.

Michigan Overcones Final
PeriodDeficit To Knot Score
By KEITH MILLER them in the face, the Maize and
Pandemonium reigned supreme Blue made a brilliant comeback
at the Coliseum last night as the in the second frame dropping the
Michigan Wolverines battled from puck past Auger on three occa-
behind to gain an eight all draw sions to tie the Carabins at five
with the Montreal Carabin puck- goals apiece going into deciding
sters.twnymnes
The two clubs meet again to- twenty minutes.
night at the ice palace at 8:00 The "Canadian Comet," John
a heMcKennell, raced past the de-
p.m. in a game that should draw fense to score Michigan's third
anot er capacy crowd. goal at 1:32 of the second per-

BILL STAPP
e'MV' Matmien
se
e Face Indiana
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yHere Today
By CY CARLTON
Cliff Keen will send his Maize
and Blue grapplers after their
first Big Ten triumph of the young
season tonight when the Michigan
matmen meet Indiana at Yost
t Field House at 7:30.
The Wolverines are undefeated
* in two dual meets this season
while Indiana whalloped Arkansas
State in their one practice meet
l of the year.
*1 * *
INDIANA appears in the pro-
cess of rebuilding this season and
has only four lettermen avail-
able for the eight weights.
Returning lettermen are Har-
ry Arthur, Dave Miller, Russ
Keller and Charles Hurley.
Arthur, wrestling at 123 pounds
was undefeated in dual competi-
tion last season and will meet Joe'
Kosik, who in his first year of
varsity competition for Michigan,
has so far split two dual matches.
* * *
MILLER will wrestle at 130
pounds opposing Larry Nelson
who is undefeated in dual meet
competition.
At 167, Keller will oppose vet-,
eran Wolverine grappler Budt
Holcombe who was rested inC
last week's meet with Pitts-
burgh. Hurley will oppose Art
Dunne in the heavyweight di-
vision. t
At 137, two sophomore stand-t
outs, Jack Gallon for Michigan
and Bud Bales for the Hoosiers,
will grapple in what shapes up as
the closest match of the evening.
RAY REASON will take the
mats for the Hoosiersat 147
pounds -opposing Dave Space,
conference runnerupin the 137
division last season, who also satv
out last week's match with theJ
Panthers.
At 157, Bill Stapp, Michigan
captain and defending confer-
ence runner-up at that weight V
will oppose Charley Thompson, b
a soph, with no dual meet ex-
perience.2
Joe Planck, veteran Michigan c
177 pounder will oppose Indianaa
newcomer Tom Wollenweber in J
the lightheavy division. a

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Michigan Natators Face
Powerful Spartan Squad

By JERRY FANGER
Coach Matt Mann takes the lid
off his varsity Wolverine swim-
ming team this afternoon at Easi
Lansing as t h e high-spirited
Maize and Blue squad faces a very
powerful Michigan State team ir
a Big Ten dual meet.,
This is the first year that the
Spartans are eligible for Confer-
ence swimming, and they made
quite a splash in their first meet
when they walloped Northwestern
55-29 last Saturday.
TODAY'S MEET will be a real
test of the Michigan squad's
strength.
One of the main reasons for
the respect given the State
squad lies in the ability of a
Spartan speed merchant named
Chuck Scholes.
Against Northwestern last week
he did the 50 yard free style in
:23 flat. In flying across the pool
in that time he bettered by one-
tenth 0o a second the :23.1 Big Ten
record set by Waldeman Tomski
of Michigan back in 1940.
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DICK MARTIN, Jim White, and
Johnny Reis are the Wolverines
that have to swim against Scholes
in the 50 yard free style.
There is another boy at State
that might cause the Maize and
Blue a little trouble, and that's
Harold Shoup. Shoup s p e d
across the pool in 2:15 flat in
the 200 yard back-stroke against
the Wildcats.
Pitted against Shoup will be
veteran Bernie Kahn, along with
Jack Arbuckle, Jim Peterson, and
Dick Howell.
* * *
SHOUP ALSO is the big gun in
the 300 yard medley relay. He
tear .ed up with Jim Quigly and Al
O)r ans to beat Northwestern in
2: 8. Michigan's medley team con-
sts of Kahn, Stewart Elliott, and
ither captain Dave Neisch or
Johnny Reis. The Wolverines are
slight favorite to take this event.

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Leading 220 free styler for the
Spartans is Bert McLachan
whose last time was recorded
at 2:12.5, which is a very fast
bit of swimming. Michigan's
Luis Childs, Reis, and Walt Jef-
fries will have a hard time in
this race.

By TED PAPES
Michigan will go after its sec-
ond victory in four Conference
basketball games tonight when it
meets league-leading Illinois at
Champaign.
The contest appears to be the
most severe assignment of the sea-
son so far for the Wolverines.
They will be called upon to halt
an Illini combination which has
swept aside Wisconsin, Minnesota
and Iowa.
** *
MICHIGAN was beaten by Wis-
consin and Northwestern and
holds its lone decision over Pur-
due. Both the Wolverine setbacks
were narrow decisions, however.
The pacemakers have found
their principal strength in bal-
ance of height and scoring abil-
ity. Their starting five averages
six-four.
Examination of t h e team's
point-making record discloses that
five players have registered more
than 100 points in 11 starts. The
leader is Captain Don Sunderlage
with 158.
SUNDERLAGE is a guard and
incidentally is the first team's
shortest man (6-0)- Alnsidl him

ing up nine decisions. Only De-
Paul and Toledo have been able to
stop them.
MICHIGAN, on the other hand;
measures six-two on the average
and has concentrated scoring
among three players, Leo Vander-
Kuy, Jim Skala and Torn Tiernan.
Guard Charlie Murray has 78
points but most of them came on
free throws.
The fifth starter, Bob Olson,
has been offensively inconsistent
but continues to crack the line-
up for his rebounding ability. It
can be expected that Bill Putich
will spell him part of the time
at the other guard position.
Following tonight's encounter
the team will move on to Minnea-
polis where it is scheduled to play
Minnesota Monday night.
Big Ten Cage
Lead at Stake
In Tilts1 Today

A SELLOUT crowd of approxi-
mately 3,800 screaming fans saw
the Wolverines overcome an 8-6
deficit in the last six minutes of
play. Gordon Naylor and Gil Bur-
ford netted the final two goals
with the latter's score coming at
16:36.
Since Canadian collegiate
rules allow no overtime the con-
test ended after the usual three
periods.
Montreal held the upper hand
throughout most of the game as
Captain Andre Charest provided
most of the spectacular heroics
with an evening's effort of five
goals and two assists.
* *
OVERSHADOWING Charest's
feat was the outcome of the third
stanza which saw Vic Heyliger's
puck chasers all but tallying the
deciding marker behind goalie
Auger.
The Wolverine marksmen in
addition to Burford and Naylor
were John Matchefts and John
McKennell, who dented the
twine twice, Paul Pelow and
Graham Cragg.
The first period started sane
enough with the teams tied at two
goals apiece after eleven minutes
of play. Ray Flynn got the Mon-
treal scoring underway at 3:06
when he batted the disk behind
goalie Hal Downes.
* * *
WITHIN a minute and a half
the count was knotted as Paul
Pelow blistered a twenty footer,
which Auger stopped with his
stick; but the puck bounced over
the astonished net minder's head
into the goal.r
Matchefts put the Wolverines
ahead for the only time in the
evening's festivities at 8:46, but
Charest struck back at 10:59 to
knot the count. '
The curly-headed Charest dom-
inated the remaining minutes of
the first frame sending home
three goals before . the buzzer
sounded.
WITH A 5-2 SCORE staring

iod. Matchefts and Cragg net-
ted the fourth an dfifth Wol-
verine markers with Cragg tying
the count with a forty footer at
15:00.
All aspects of defense went out
the window in the third period as
each sexte tfought to gain the
Tickets for tonight's hockey
game between Michigan and
Montreal will go on sale at the
Athletic Administration Build-
ing at 8:30 a.m. till noon. Sales
will continue from 2 p.m. at
the Coliseum till game time.
-Don Weir
edge. Louis St. Pierre and Me-
Kennell scored within fifty sec-
onds at the 12 minute mark to
keep the tussle tied.
ST. PIERRE and Charest each
flashed the red light to set the
stage for the Wolverines last ditch
stand. Charest netted his final
goal at 13:14.
Naylor tallied at 15:20 and
Burford sent the crowd into an
uproar as he broke away from
the Montreal defense and dash-
ed in on Auger to sink the eve-
ning's final goal at 16:36.
SUMMARIES
FIRST PERIOD: 1--Montreal, Flynn
(Charest, Mongeon), 3:06; 2-Michi-
gan, Pelow (unassisted), 4:31; 3-
Michigan, Matchefts (Celley, McCle1
lan), 7:46; 4-Montreal, Charest (Mon-
geon), 10:59; 5-Montreal, Charest
(Mongeon, Flynn), 11:04; 6--Montre-
al, Charest (Lalonde), 16:14; 7-Mon-
treal, Charest (Flynn), 16:52.
Penalties-Vernier (tripping) 2 min-
utes.
SECOND PERIOD: 8-Michigan,
McKennell (Keyes, Bassey), 1:32; 9-
Michigan, Matchefts (Burtord), 12:43;
10-Michigan, Cragg (Mc ennell),
15:00.
Penalties-Marmo, St. Pierre (high.
sticking); Naylor, St. Pierre (rough-
ing), all 2 minutes.
THIRD PERIOD: 11-Montreal, St.
Pierre (Flynn), 11:17; 12-Michigan,
McKennell (Keyes), 12:36; 13-Mon-=
treal, St.Pierre (Charest),.12:57;14
--Montreal, Charest (Mongeon), 13:14;
15-Michigan, Naylor (Pelow, Mar-
mo), 15:20; 16-Michigan, Burford
(Celley), 16:36.
Penalties-Pelow, Charest (rough-
ing), 5 minutes.

The visiting team is usually an
underdog as far as diving competi-
tion goes. Michigan will be no ex-
ception in this meet. Ken Coyle,
top driver in the Wildcat meet,
will be showing his form fo:
State, while ever improving Jin
Hartman and Frank Keller will di
the backflips for Michigan.
OMANS, who did the 200 yard
breast stroek in 2:26.5 last week,
will have plenty of competition
from Michigan's Johnny Davies,
Rusty Carlisle, and Elliott.
White, Martin, and Neisch of
the Wolverines should pace the
field in the 100 yard free style.
State's George Hoogerhyde,
however, will be ample competi-
tion. His time against North-
western was 52:3.
In the gruelling % mile race
Michigan will be represented by
Jeffries, Childs, and Wayne Loen-
gren.

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With Washingt
WASHINGTON--)-The na-
tion's top track stars compete in
the fourth annual Washington
Evening Satr games tonight, and,
as usual, the milers threaten to
run off with most of the head-
lines.
Don Gehrmann, the former
University of Wisconsin star, will
try to repeat the victory he won
in the mile last year.
HIS CHIEF competition is ex-
pected to come from Sweden's
Alf Holmberg (now at the Uni-
versity of Tennessee), J o h n
Stayton of Purdue, and Curtis
Stone of Philadelphia's Shanahan
Catholic Club.
The mile here has but one
shortcoming: Fred Wilt, the
fast-travelling FBI man, is
staying in New York to coni-
pete in the metropolitan A.A.U.
senior championships.
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in the backcourt is Rod Fletcher, new member Michigan State can
an excellent rebounder. s put leaders in the Big Ten bas-
The front line is composed of ketball race tonight as they face
forwards Clive Follmer and Irv the loop's two unbeaten contend-
Bemoras with giant Bob Peter- ers, Illinois and Indiana respec-
son centering them. tively.
As a team these players have A full five-game conference card
outscored their opposition an av- is on tap, also including Wiscon-
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wa (1-1) at Northwestern (1-1),
and Purdue (0-2) at Minnesota
easn O ens (1-1).
The game of the evening will
. Zee T~n . .tbe the Champaign, Ill., appear-
on Meet Tonight high-fing Illn who haesept
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" high-flying Illini hos haveswp
to wins over Wisconsin, Minne-
It was Wilt who put on that sota, and Iowa in three league
great finish with Gehrmann in starts.
the Wanamaker mile last year. Indiana (1-0), sixth ranked in
This was the race that was so the AP's weekly national poll, in-
close it took track officials al- vades East Lansing, Michigan to
most a full year to decide the face the formidable Spartans,
winner. The verdict: Gehrmann. whose loop efforts to date include
* * * a 67-62 win over Northwestern and
BUT THERE'LL be more than a 53-52 shading by Wisconsin.
the mile to keep the customers Losses by Illinois and Indiana
entertained. No less than nine could push Wisconsin, favored
A.A.U. champions will be per- over Ohio State, into a fire-place
forming here. tie with the Illini at 3-1 each.

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Jan. 13, from 9 P.M.-1 A.M. in
Barbour- Waterman Gyms.
It's as informal as a dance can
be-wear your loudest shirt and
blue jeans. Relax before finals.
The tickets cost $3.50 per couple
-and can be purchased at the
door tonight at the dance. The
evening's entertainment includes
Paul Layoie and his orchestra
plus two intermission programs
packed with prizes and laughs.
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