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Special to The Daily
MADISON - Michigan hoisted
itself into eighth place in the
Western Conference basketball
race here last night by upsetting
third place Wisconsin, 52-50.
Leo VanderKuy shocked the.
partisan crowd with a field goal
which broke a 50-50 deadlock with
four seconds remaining to play.
THE CLIMACTIC SHOT, a pivot
from in close, gave the big center
Kentucky Tops
AP Poll; Illini
Move to sixth
By The Associated Press
Illinois, battling for the Big Ten
championship, made the largest
strides this week in the associated
press basketball poll which is still
dominated by mighty Kentucky.
* * *
THE ILLINI, who took over the
conference lead with a 71-65 vic-
tory over Indiana last Monday,
Sophomores interested in ob-
taining the position of Sopho-
more Manager of the varsity
baseball squad should report to
Yost Field House after 3:30
p~m. any afternoon this week.
--Bob Randolph
jumped from tenth place to sixth,
replacing St. Louis, which fell
four notches.
Kentucky, loser of only one
game in 25, held firm to the
No. 1 position, followed again by
Oklahoma A. and M. (25-1)
and Columbia (19-0), the only
major unbeaten team in the
country,
Then in order came Kansas
State (18-3), Bradley (2-64), Illi-
nois (17-3), Indiana (16-3), North
Carolina State (25-4), St. Johns
(20-3) and St. Louis (20-6).
* * *
THE FINAL poll will be con-
ducted next week, when most of
the regular season schedules are
completed. Bradley as No. 1 in
the final poll last year.

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a total of 22 points and individual
scoring honors.
It was Wolverine success
number three against nine
league setbacks, enabling the
victors to pass Ohio State (3-11)
and Purdue (3-10). The Buck-
eyes were idle last night while
the Boilermakers were losing to
Northwestern, 84-83.
In other Big Ten action last
night Indiana kept its title hopes
flickering with a 63-53 decision
over Iowa and Minnesota ripped
Michigan State, 56-39.
MICHIGAN had to make a
great comeback to earn the nod.
With just six minutes left to play
in the game the Badgers were sit-
ting atop a 50-42 margin but fail-
ed to add a single point the rest
of the way,
Meanwhile, the Wolverines
rippled the netting four times
in the next four minutes to set
the stage for VanderKuy. The
tying points came on a basket
by Dick Williams who scored a
total of 11. They stalled for 1:49
before attempting to start a
scoring play.
Michigan opened the scoring in
the first half but the lead see-
sawed back and forth until Wis-
consin assumed a 24-21 command
at the 17 minute mark.
THE WOLVERINES crashed
through with a five point flurry
capped by Bob Olson's jump shot
to walk off with a 26-25 halftime
advantage.
* * *

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Celley Sets Fast Hockey Pace
To Tie Burford's Point Record

MICHIGAN
Skala, f
Lawrence, f
Tiernan, f
Williams, f-e
Vander Kuy, c-f
Olson, g
Murray, g
TOTALS
WISCONSIN
Clinton, f
Anderson, f'
Markham, f
Dahlke, c
Carpenter, c
Nicholas, g
Van Dien, g
TOTALS
HALF TIME SC
Wisconsin 24.

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Michigan

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You never would have thought
that he had just tied Michigan's
individual hockey scoring record
from seeing Neil Celley in the
Wolverines' dressing room after
Saturday night's rout of North
Dakota.
The "Seal", as his teammates
have labeled him, sat calmly on a
bench and quietly unlaced his
skates.
4 4 4
NOT A WORD, not even a smile
emmitted from the soft-spoken
senior from Eveleth, Minn., who'
had just tied teamate Gil Bur-
ford's mark of 64 points set during
the 1949-50 season.
And Burford, who is not far
off his last year's record setting
pace himself with 56 points thus
far, as happy for his linemate
with whom he has been paired
since both were sophomore
standouts two years ago. I
"He certainly deserves the hon-
or," said Burford, "he's been play-
ing great hockey all season long."
ANYBODY who has had the
pleasure of watching Celley play

And with three more games left
on the Michigan schedule, Celley
will have ample opportunity to}
turn his hockey mastery loose on
an even higher scoring record. 1
ODDS N' ENDS-Michigan will
have to take its next three games
if the 1950-51 sextet is going to
macth its predecessor in reaching
the magic 20 game mark in regu-
lar season competition (not in-.
cluding the NCAA tournament-'
Michigan hit the 20 mark in both
the 1947-48 and 1948-49 seasons,
but it took NCAA tourney games
to pick up the twentieth victory
both years).
While this year's NCAA tourney
teams will not be officially chosen
until the first week of March, the
four squads that will receive bids
seem to shape up this way: Mich-
igan and Colorado College (both
for the fourth straight year) from
the Western district, and in the
East four teams must still be con-
sidered in contention for the two
remaining bids.
The Detroit Red Wings, who
worked out on Michigan Coliseum
ic last Friday morning due to the
unavailability of Olympia Sta-
dium, will be in Ann Arbor again
March 13 to face the Wolverines
in the annual exhibition game be-
tween the two teams.

hockey for Michigan would be in-
clined to agree with Burford.
A cool competitor who never
seems to get rattled on the ice,
Celley is a smooth example of
stick handling and skating fin-
esse.

EDITOR'S NOTE-This is the first
in a series of stories spotlighting the
Western Conference Track and Field
Championships, scheduled for March
2-3 in Champaign, Illinois).
By BYRLE ABBIN
Illinois' Dan Laz will take over
the spotlight held so long by
Michigan's Charlie Fonville as the
Big Ten's top field performer as
he soars to possible record break-
ing heights this Friday and Sat-
urday at the Illinois Armory in
the Big Ten Indoor Track and
Field championships.
The ace pole vaulter, who just
two weeks ago set an American
indoor record of 14'81/", is almost
a virtual cinch to break his Con-
ference record of 14'3%" set in
last year's indoor meet.
LAZ LEADS Illini vaulting con-
tingent which is one of the strong-
est ever entered by one team in
any conference meet. Following
close on his heels are Dick Cole-
man, who has done 14', and Dick
Calisch, a steady 13'6" performer.
Only Tom Carroll of Minne-
sota and Jerry Welbourn of
Ohio State are given much
chance of breaking this block
of Illini vaulters. Outside chan-
ces to place are Ed Brown of
Indiana and Michigan's Tom
Emblad and Rus Osterman.
Indiana looms as the other field
powerhouse, having a good possi-
bility of taking two firsts-in the
high jump and shot put.
CLIFF ANDERSON, the Hoosier'
weight man, is highly favored in
the shot put, having consistently
bettered 50 feet, and with a top
mark of 52'5(A')" so far this year.
Tom Bleckwenn of Wisconsin
and Illini Bill Barnum appear
Anderson's main competition,
both of whom leave the shot at
a 49' clip. Wolverine Tom John-
son, Hal Bersehet of Illinois, and
Jim Robeson of Indiana are
other top contenders. Anderson
and Robeson have played the
last two years in Big Ten indoor
competition.
Hoosiers Jim Harper and Dave
Norton, Ralph Schaeffer of OSU,
and Dick Kellnam head the high-
ly competitive high jump event in
which no one is a distinct stand-
out. Harper is a slight favorite
although the other three men-
tioned jumpers placed in the In-
door Conference meet last year.
MICHIGAN'S LOWELL PERRY,
Abe Dunn and Art Kurtz of North-
western, and Bill Decker of Illi-
nois have performances that could
place them among the pointget-
ters, but their showings have not
been consistent enough to defi-
nitely label them top seeded.
Michigan State, entering in

their first Big Ten Track Meet,
have a very good chance for at
least one first place in the per-
son of Jesse Thomas, in the
broad jump.
The speedster, who ably dou-
bles in football, heads a field of
jumpers who are close in per-
formances, but mediocre as far
as good distance is concerned.
(Tomorrow: Dashes and Hurdles)

NEW YORK - (P) - Middle-
weight Champion Ray Robinson,
The Boxing Idol of Europe, yes-
terday announced he will defend
his newly won crown in Paris this
BULLETIN
NEW YORK - (P)-District
Attorney Frank S. Hogan an-
nounced last night the arrest
of another former Long Island
University basketball player,
Nat Miller, the ninth player to
be seized -in the growing bas-
ketball bribe scandal.
May with his entire purse about
$25,000 going to the Cancer So-
ciety of France.
The 30-year-old Harlem dandy
said he will receive one Franc for
meeting Kid Marcel, 34-year-old
French Middleweight Champion,
in a 15-rounder in the Palace of
Sports sometime between May 14
and 20.
Manager George Gainford
said Sugar Ray was asked to ap-
pear by Madame Vincent Auriol,
wife of the French President.
Madame Auriol is head of the
French Cancer Society.

FREE THROWS MISSED: Michi-
gan: Williams 2, Skala, VanderKuy 2,
Murray. Wisconsin: Clinton 5.

E PLURIBUS KEENMEN:
Matmen Finish Season Without Defeat

By BOB CARPENTER
Michigan's varsity mat masters,
finished their regular season last
Saturday with nine wins, no de-
feats, and one tie, which consti-
tuted the Wolverines' first unde-
feated season since 1944.
However, Ohio State proved to
be the fly in the ointment as they
tied the Maize and Blue 12-12 in
the finale for both squads during
the regular season.
WHAT IS even more depressing
is the fact that the Buckeye tie
would have been almost impossible
if Casey Fredericks, their mat
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mentor, hadn't 'starved' three of
his stars so they could each wrestle
in a lower weight division.
In doing this, Fredericks eli-
minated his regular 137 pounder,
who had been the weakest link in
the formidable Ohio State mat
lineup, and replaced him with
Ronald Lax, who had sparkled at
147 pounds during the previous
portion of Buckeye salte. This
proved to be a wise move for Lax
outpointed Michigan's Joe Scan-
dura by a decisive 15-4 margin.
Crafty Fredericks then placed
Bryce Keough, who wrestled at 157
all season and placed second in the
Conference last year, against Wol-
verine regular, Dave Space. This
also paid off as Keough staved off
Space's last minute rally and out-
pointed him 7-3.
* * *
THIS ENABLED Fred McLean,
who placed second in the Con-
ference Championship at 167 last
year, to grapple with Michigan's
captain, Bill Stapp. This effort was
rewarded too, as McLean squeeked
by Stapp for a thrilling 9-7 victory
that wasn't finally decided until
after the match, When two points

were added to the Buckeye's total
for riding time.
However, Fredericks wizardry
In shifting down these three
weight classes was bound to
weaken the Buckeyes in the
welter and light-heavyweight
divisions.
He had to put an inexperienced
sophomore by the name of Ken
Kistner against Wolverine regular
Bud Holcombe. Holcombe promptly
proceeded to throw Kistner all
over the mat, and almost nailed
him in the final few seconds.
S* *. *
MANY IN THE partisan crowd
thought he had the hapless Buck-
eye pinned, but time gave out just
as the referee was about to thump
his hand on the mat, signifying a
fall.
In the 177 pound class, Michi-
gan's Joe Planck virtually re-
peated Holcombe's efforts as he
tossed Ohio's Jack Milligan
around at will, but could not
quite glue Milligan's elusive
shoulders to the mat.
However, despite the one-sided-
ness of these two matches, the
Wolverines' only held a slight 12-9
edge over the dangerous Buckeyes.

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