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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY '25, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan Pucksters Complete Nodak Swe

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CelleyTiesScoring Record;
NCAPlayoff Bid A Foreseen
By KEITH MILLER in a minute, one being from forty
The Wolverine puck chasers al- feet out.
most assured themselves of a :e«u-
Western NCAA playoff berth last McCLELLAN scored once again
night as they drubbed North Da- before Celley counted his record
kota 12-4 at the Coliseum. tying marker. Celley's goal was
With three regular games re- the climax of smooth passes from
maining on the Michigan slate, his linemates, Matchefts and Bur-
Vic Heyliger's men are in first ford.
place in the race for two playofffod * «
spots. The Maize and Blue rate FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Bur-
as favorites in forthcoming bat- ford (Celley), 5:15; 2-North Dakota,
ts wvitMichian Srtatemng d-Wilson (Noah), 9:45; 3-Michigan,
tles with Michigan State and McKennell (Keyes, Cragg), 18:05; 4-
Michigan Tech. North Dakota, Johannson (Dickin-
son), 18:33.
A SPARSE CROWD of 1,900 Penalties - McKennell (checking
fans witnessed the second North center ice), Keyes(misconduct), 10
Dakota tilt, which saw left wing- , B. May (cross checking), Mat-
er Neil Celley tie Gil Burford's cs checking).
scoring record of 64 points. SECOND PERIOD: 5-Michigan,
The Eueleth, Minnesota, flash Matchefts (BurKord, Celey), 3:30;
6-Michigan, Bassey (Keyes, McKen-
scored two goals and two assists nel), 7:48; 7-Michigan, Celley (Mat-
to equal his teammate's mark chefts, Heathcott), 9:07; 8-Michigan,
of last season. Contrary to Daily Burford (Heathcott), 9:55; 9-Michi-
lastgan, McClellan (McKennell, Bassey'),
records Celley's four point ef- n13:31; 10-North Dakota, Noah (El-
fort did not place him over the liott), 15:04.
64 points. Official scorers credit Penalties-Naylor (high sticking),
Celey with one less assist. Noah (holding).
THIRD PERIOD: 11-Michigan,
In addition to Celley, four other May (Marmo, Naylor), 7:03; 12-
Wolverines netted a pair of goals. 8:04; 13-Michigan, McClellan (Heath-
The quartet included Eddie May, cott), 10:41; 14-Michigan, Celey
Alec McClellan, Johnny Mat- (Matchefts, Burford), 14:02; 15-
chefts, and Gil Burford. Remain- Michigan, Matchefts (Burford), 16:02.
16-North Dakota, Wilkie (Lund,
ing goals were chalked up by Dickinson), 19:47.
Johnny McKennell and Al Bassey. Penalties-none.
MICHIGAN walloped the Sioux
to the extent that every player
except Skippy Stuhldreher tallied IwRa
a goal or an assist. Gil Burford 3 ) W W
was credited with two goals and
three assists to take honors.
The initial period saw each
club score two goals with Bur- Iawkeyes .1Roll1
ford caging his first counter at
5:15. With Johnny MeKennell '7 n
sitting in the penalty box, the Wolverines forced the play andery Pa
thus scored with a man short. Special to The Daily
At 9:54 Ted Wilson tied the IOWA CITY-A flood of bas-
game for the Sioux. However, the kets in the second half submerged
"Toronto Terror," Johnny Mc- Michigan here last night, and car-
Kennell, executed a beautiful play red the Iowa Hawkeyes through{
to put the Maize and Blue in to a 70-48 win.I
front at 18:05. McKennell out- After the Wolverines had held
faked the defense and flipped the down the fast-breaking Hawkeyes
disc behind goalie Rudy Lindbeck.I to a half-time score of 26-26, Rol-
* * * lie Williams' crew broke the game
WITHIN THIRTY seconds the open on the spectacular shooting
Sioux knotted the count for the of Ev Cochrane, who garnered five
last time when Ken Johannson push shots in a row, and one of
l xoi:e away from the pack to Iowa's twin towers, captain Frank'
te in on a defenseless Hal Calsbeek.
nes. The Wolverine goal ten--«* «* «

* * *

* * *

* * * * * *

Big Ten Continues TV Ban

CHICAGO-(P)-The Big Ten
yesterday continued its ban on
live Football Television, deferred
action on proposed varsity eligi-
bility for Freshmen, and indicated
it would renew Rose Bowl compe-
tition only on its past terms.
The League's Faculty Represen-
tatives, policy-making group ap-
proved recommendation of the
Athletic Directors to maintain the
loop ban on Football Video, but
ratified the Directors' proposal to
Televise all other sports.
THE QUESTION of making
Freshmen eligible for varsity play,
already adopted by the Southern
and Pacific Coast Conferences,
was tabled until next spring.
Kenneth Little of Wisconsin,
Secretary of the Faculty Repre-
sentative group, said it was his
opinion the conference would
renew the Rose Bowl pact only
if the Big Ten could limit a
school to one Pasadena appear-
ance every three years.
Little's comment came ,shortly
after the Big Ten named a com-
mittee to meet with a Pacific
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Coast Conference delegation I
Chicago next weekend to discus
renewal of the Rose Bowl agree
ment.
* M.
ALTHOUGH the Athletic Direc
tors voted 5 to 4 (with the chair
man abstaining) to waive th
Freshman r u 1 e requiring on
year's residence for athletic com
petition, the Faculty Representa
tives decided, 6 to 4, not to con
sider the subject at this time.
Little said the matter would
be considered again at the
League's May meeting and that
if the war situation then was
more pressing, Freshmen prob-
ably would be made eligible for
varsity competition.
The Faculty. Representative
also marked time on setting
conference policy to cope wit
the death of the N.C.A.A.'s "Sanit
Code." The Conference has bee
undecided whether to relax it
own strict limits on financial ai
to athletes, or to keep its presen
standards and play a footba
Schedule solely among its ow
members on a round robin basi4

-Daily-Roger Reinke
WOLVERINE DEFENSEMAN ALEX McCLELLAN, WHO ACCOUNTED FOR TWO OF MICHIGAN'S 12 GOALS, CLASHES THE
NORTH DAKOTA NET IN A FUTILE ATTEMPT TO PUT THE PUCK PAST NODAK GOALIE RUDY LINDBECK.

GARkGO0Y LE

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Drop

Wolverines,

70-48

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in Second Half;
ces 'M' Attack
for another layup. Cochrane
tapped in a follow-up. Cochrane
struck oil on still another push
shot. Darling varied the proce-
dure with a hook. Calsbeek
tapped one in.
By this time the Hawkeyes were
ahead by 19 points, 53-34, and
there was no question about the
outcome.
WHILE THE Hawkeyes were
winning at home, Indiana's Hoo-
siers, whom they play at Bloom-
ington tomorrow, took the measure

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came out at least ten feet in
.iattempt to halt the Sioux at-
t_: er, but to no avail.
One of the rare misconduct
.~.:dam was iifl ,>td ul-on cen-
rr Earl K;yes in the firs, stan-
z4 when he put up a vigorousj
protest over a boarding penalty
to Johnny McKennell. The ref-
eree sent Keyes to * the sinbin
for a ten minute siesta, during
which time Michigan was al-
lowed to place a substitute on
the ice.
Any hopes that the visitors pos-
sessed of winning the tussle blew
out the window in the second
frame as Michiganhnetted five
goals while holding the North Da-
kotans to one counter.
MATCHEFTS opened the fes-
tivities at 3:30 as he received a
pass from Burford in front of the
goal and easily flashed the red
light. Bassey and Celley scored
goalmouth counters .within two
minutes of each other and then
Burford tallied one of his usuals
as he skated in alone from the
blue line.
McClellan finished the Wol-
verine fireworks for the period
at 13:31 when he hit the cage
from the blue line. John Noah
scored the Sioux third goal at
15:04 on another long shot.
Five more Michigan goals and
a single North Dakota tally
brought the final score of 12-4.
Eddie May netted two shots with-
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THE WOLVERINES, helpless
before the rapid-fire onslaught,
managed only one field goal, by
Leo VanderKuy, between the 15-
minute mark and the five-minute
mark. During that freezing ten
minutes, the Hawkeyes were rack-
ing up every conceivable type of
shot, pushing the score from 35-32
to 63-38 during the interval.
Calsbeek was the big man on
offense for Iowa. He scored six
field goals and seven of seven
free throws for 19 points. The
eagle-eyed Cochrane wound up
with 15 points, seven of which
were shots from the field.

of Purdue, 68-53, to keep their con-
ference chances alive.
Big Ten leading Illinois, paced
by Don Sunderlage, drubbed Ohio
State, 89-69. Sunderlage had 34
points for the evening.
Michigan will travel to Madison
tomorrow for a contest with Wis-
consin's Badgers. The Wolverines
I still bask in the none-too-sunny
depths of the Big Ten cellar with
two wins and nine losses.
* * *

VanderKuy was the
able to find the range
gan, caging 17 points.
s ,s :

only man
for Michi-

MICHIGAN
Skala f
Gutowski f
VanderKuy f
Brunsting f
Steinberg f
Williams C
Lefitt e
Geyer c
Tiernan g
Murray g
Olson g
Lawrence g
TOTALS

G
2
0
5
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
4
0
14

F
1
0
8
1
0
2
2
0
2
3
1
0
20

PF
1
0
5
1
0
5
1
0
2
3
2
1
1

By GEORGE FLINT
Seeing Ross and Bob Hume at a
recent time trial of the present
cinder squad brought to mind the
fabulous exploits of these lithe be-
spectacled distance runners.
With the running of Den Mc-
Ewen the last two seasons, and
Herb Barten before him, the do-
ings of the Hume brothers have
been pushed into the background
in recent Wolverine track history.
, * * *
BUT THEY weren't in the back-
ground back in 1944-45.
These were the twin wonders
of Big Ten track. They pushed
the concept of brotherly love to
its utmost fruition-running
nearly every mile race in a dead
heat.
That's a difficult thing for cin-
der stars to do. Generally they're
a pretty proud lot, and hate to
share their medals with anyone-
brother or no brother.
THE SIGHT of the Hume broth-
ers at the finish of the long, pun-
ishing mile, arm in arm as they
broke the tape, elicited gasps of
surprise from many fans who came
from foreign fields to view the
Wolverines' 1944 track squad in
action.
That was the same team
which boasted of the Michigan
Gehrmann Wins ...
NEW YORK-OP)-Don Gehr-
mann beat Fred Wilt in the mile
again-this time by three inches
in 4:08.6 -- and Joe Deady, 'the
Georgetown University demon
sophomore, broke his own five-
hour record by running the 1,000-
yards in 2:11.7 in the IC4A games
tonight.
The triumph was Gehrmann's
39th straight trimuph in the mile
since the Olympics in 1948 and,
except for last year's Wanamaker
affair, probably his closest. His
margin over Wilt wasn't more
than three inches. The New York
AC star also was caught in 4:04.6.

record-holder in the quarter-
mile, Bob Ufer, and superlative
hurdler Elmer Swanson, who
now coaches the Maize and Blue
freshmen.
The Hume twins pulled one of
their most spectacular feats at the
outdoor Big Ten Championships in
1944.
THAT DAY, Ken Doherty, Mich-
igan mentor at the time, needed
eyery possible point to insure a
victory over the challenging Illi-
nois squad, led by the midget
whirlwind, Buddy Young.
So Doherty gave the spur to
the Hume boys, and they pro-
ceeded to run a total six and
one-half miles between them,
which in itself must be some
kind of record.

THE BROTHERS finished in
their usual dead heat in the mile,
winning in 4:25.6.
Ross Hlume won the two mile.
His brother Bob took second in
the 880, behind a 1:54 effort by
the Illini's Bob Kelsey.
* * *
BOB ALSO PLACED third in the
two mile, giving the brothers Hume
a total of 21 points for the after-
noon. Michigan-won the meet with
70.
Although the competition wasn't
so rough in those, latter days of
the recent world war, the Hume
boys were among the classier run-
ners in Michigan history.
Notwithstanding their fine dis-
tance performances, it's a cer-
tainty that they own one record in
the Wolverine history book. They
finished in more ties than any
other two runners before or since.

All that
either.

footage wasn't in vain,

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MICHIGAN used a zone to bottle
up the Hawkeyes in the first half.
During that period, the up-and-
down Iowa aggregation could only
score nine times from the floor.

Tennessee 74, Georgia 62
Cornell 71, Harvard 50
Bucknell 82, Colgate 76
Penn 83, Georgia Tech 77
St. Joseph's 75, Temple 67
Tampa 94, Miami U 74
Mt. St. Mary's 62, Hampden-Sny-
ney 53
Maryland 65, VMI 46'
Vermont 60, Massachusetts 48
Hope 83, Kalamazoo 71
Alma 78, Hillsdale 63
Eastern Illinois 84, Michigan Nor-
mal 51
Indiana 68, Purdue 53
Albion 48, Adrian 43

Western Michigan 66, Ohio U. 59
Wisconsin 35, Michigan State 29
Minnesota 73, Northwestern 68
Miami Ohio 65, Western Reserve 58
Dayton 63, Baldwin Wallace 53
Toledo 72, Louisville 66
North Carolina State 101, George-
town 83
Kentucky 89, Vanderbilt 57
Alabama 79, Florida 61
Columbia 82, Navy 62
Princeton 70, Dartmouth 69
Missouri 57, Oklahoma 45
Auburn 92, Mississippi State 85
Bradley 53, Tulsa 51
Nebraska 55, Colorado 48

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