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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 4, I;51

lichigan Pucksters

Beat

MSC,

9

6;

uintet

Loses

* * f

Two Records Shattered
In Eighteenth Ice Victory

By ED WHIPPLE
Michigan's usually potent hockey
squad turned in a lack-luster per-j
formance irn the Coliseum last
night, but it was still good enough
to whip a weak Michigan State
sextet 9-6 and smash two all-time
Wolverine season scoring records.
Neil Celley bagged three points
on one goal and two assists to'be-
come the highest scoring Wolver-
ine in history for a single season.
THE TRICKY left winger assist-
ed John Matchefts in the first tally
of the game at 4:44 of the firstj
period to break Gil Burford's mark
of 64, set last year.
Also shattered by Michigan's
nine goal output was the 1949
standard of 179 goals in one sea-
son.
AlsBassey meshed a rebound over
prostrate Spartan Goalie Del Reid
after a shot by Johnny McKennell'
at 15:45 of the second stanza for
the record breaking seventh Wol-
verine marker.
* . *
CAPTAIN BURFORD followed
with two third period tallies that
ran the current total to 182, with
at least two contests to be played.
Matchefts and Bassey ac-
counted for the initial Maize and
Blue scores prior to the ten-
minute mark of the opening per-
iod before Connie Buck of MSC
took advantage of a defensive
letdown to even the count at
16:46, cashing a setup by Ray
Brooks.
CELLEY KEPT UP the good
work at 7:44 when he took a pass
from Matchefts at center ice, out-

skated the defense, and put the
rubber behind Reid with a beauti-
ful fake.
McKennell finished off a tan-
dem rush with Bassey at 9:56,
and the Toronto Terror cruised
around the Green and White de-
fense six minutes later and
caught the far corner of the net
with a backhand blast to account
for the remainder of a five goal
Wolverine second period.
Individual scoring honors for the
ragged contest went to Matchefts,
who garnered five points. Bassey
had four, while Burford, McKen-
nell, and Celley rounded out Maize
and Blue point-getters with three
each.
Left wing Buck paced MSC's
12th setback with the three-goal
hat trick. Teammate Brooks also
had three points, on two counters
and an assist.
FIRST PERIOD: 1 - Michigan,
Matchefts (Burford, Celley), 4:44;
2-Michigan, Bassey (unassisted),
8:47; 3-Michigan State, Rebou (un-
assisted), 10:27; 4-Michigan State,
Buck (Brooks), 16:46.
Penalties-McKennell, Doyle, Stuhl-
dreher.
SECOND PERIOD: 5-Michigan,
Matchefts (Celley), :31; 6-Michigan,
Celley (Matchefts), 7:44; 7-Michigan
State, Buck (unassisted), 9:37; 8-
Michigan, McKennell (Bassey), 9:56;
9-Michigan State, Brooks (unassist-
ed), 14:30; 10-Michigan State, Buck
(Rebou), 14:47; 11-Michigan MaKen-
nell (Bassey), 15:05; 12-Michigan,
Bassey (McKennell), 15:45.
Penalties-none.
THIRD PERIOD: 13-Michigan,
Burford (Matchefts), 1:17; 14-Michi-
gan, Burford (Matchefts), 7:46; 15-
Michigan State, Brooks (Rebon), 9:44.
Penalties - McClellan, Carlson, Cel-
ley, Northey.

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-Daily-Roger Reinke
N McKENNELL BEATS MICHIGAN STATE GOALIE DEL REID FOR SECOND PERIOD GOAL

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-Daily-Ed Kozma
TWO ANXIOUS HOOSIERS WATCH AS VANDER KUY SCORES TWO POINTS FOR MICHIGAN
Cagers Scuttled by Hoosiers, -5742;
Miss 23 of 33 from Free Throw Line

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By JOHN JENKS
Indiana parlayed class with
Michigan's inability to sink free
throws into a winning combina-
tion last night as the Hoosiers
handed the Wolverines a 57-42
setback before 5,000 fans in Yost
Field House.
The smooth-working Hoosiers,
paced by the clever ball-handling
of Billy Garrett, broke into the
lead after eight minutes of play
and gradually pulled away to a
24-17 half-time spread.
* * * -
MIDWAY IN the second stanza,
Garrett collected his fourth foul
and was removed from the battle
scene. Indiana temporarily lost
its poise and Michigan made its
only serious bid of the contest at
that point, cutting the Hoosier
lead to five points.'
But the Indiana aggregation
soon collected itself, piled up a
comfortable 15 point margin,
and coasted on to its eleventh
Conference win. The defeat
was Michigan's ninth in 12 Big
Ten contests.
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thetic. Paced by Captain Charlie
Murray, who missed nine of 11
gift shots, the quintet was able to
compile the unenviable record of
sinking only 10 of 33 free throws.
INDIANA; on the other hand,
dumped in 11 of its 16 one point-
ers, but Bill Tosheff, who cur-
rently holds the Big Ten free
throw record of 25 straight, wasn't
awarded any of the 16 shots.
Tosheff hit the hoops seven
times from out, however, to tie
with teammate Bill Garrett and
Michigan's Leo VanderKuy for
the night's scoring honors with-
14 points. Bob Masters with nine
and Sain Miranda with eight
points were close behind in the
Hoosier, scoring.

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Michigan just about matched its
free throw performance during
that interval, making seven of 33
shots for a poor .210 average. In-
diana sank nine of 37 attempts for
a meager .248 figure.
IT WAS ANOTHER story in the
second half. The Hoosiers popped
in 14 of 28 floor shots for a tre-
mendous fifty per cent average.
The Wolverines improved some-
what in. the final period, hitting
nine of 33 attempts for a still
none-to-respectful 27 per cent.
Michigan's cagers play host
to the University of Iowa here
Monday night in a game they
are forced to win if they don't
want to finish the season in the
Western Conference celler.
With only three wins the best
Michigan could hope for would be
a tie for last place with Ohio
State. A win over Iowa, who
knocked off the Wolverines '7-48
earlier in the season, would give
the quintet its fourth victory and
prospects of eighth place berth.

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had much
the initial

of a
half.

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Big Teni
Standings

W
Illinois 12
Indiana 11
Iowa 8
Wisconsin 7
Northwestern 7
Minnesota 7
Mich. State 5
Purdue 4
Michigan 3
Ohio State 3

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1.
2
s
6
7
7
10
10
11

PCT. PF
.923 940
.846 830
.615 851
.538 732
.500 968
.500 830
.385 616
.286 928
.231' 670
.214 910
RESULTS

OP
826
690
778
736
1001
799
641
1017
767
1020

INDIANyA (57) FG,
Tosheff, f...........7
Brown, f...........0
Buck, f.............0
Hili, fI..............2
Luft, f.............0
Robins, f...........0
Garrett, c...........4
Miranda; g..........4
Masters, g ......... 3
Ring, g............. 3
TOTALS .........23
MICHIGAN (42) FG
Skala, f, c............ 3
Williams, , c.......4
Brunsting, fI.........2
Tiernan, f..........1
Geyer, f............ 0
Gutowski f. .. 0
Vander Kuy, c, f .. 5
Olson, g............1
Murray, g...........0
Lawrence, g .........0
Smith, g............0
TOTALS......... 16

FT
0
1
0
0
0
6
0
3
1
11
FT
3
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
2
1
10

PF '
3
5
1
4
0
9
4
3
4
2
26
PF
3
4
1
1
0
0
1
0"
5
0
0,
14

TP
141
1
57
4
0
0
14
s
s
7
57
TP
S
S
4
2
0
0
14
2
2
0
42

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LAST NIGHT'S

Purdue 64, Wisconsin 61
Illinois 80, Northwestern 76
Iowa 63, Michigan State 52
* * *
MONDAY'S GAMES
Iowa at Michigan
Illinois at Michigan State
Wisconsin at Indiana

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