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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Wolverne s

BIG TEN NEWS:
To Illini-Huske Tilt Called Bowl 'View

Toronto Whips
Bruins To Tie
.NHL Leaders
Les Canadiens Play
At Detroit Saturday
By The Associated Press
TORONTO-(MP)-Toronto's Ma-
ple Leafs outscored the Boston
Bruins, 4-2, with a third period
drive here last night, and moved
into a first place tie in the NHL
with Montreal and Chicago.
The loop's other foir teams
see action tonight, with Detroit
playing a squad of ex-Red Wings
in Chicago suits in the Windy
City, and New York takes on
Montreal in the Forum.
The top three outfits all have,
won two and lost one.
The Red Wings return to the
Motor City Saturday night to tan-
gld in Olympia with Montreal-
,Canadiens, who eliminated the De-
troit regular season champs last
spring from the Stanley Cup play-
offs.
4 The Red Wings are still with-
out the services of defenseman
Leo Reise, who will be convalesc-
ing from an ankle operation for
another week at least.
Montreal goalie Gerry McNeil
suffered a cut scalp which required
several stitches in a practice ses-
sion early this week, but the little
net wizard is expected to be ready

Michigan Cagers Open Drills
For Tough 22-Game Schedule

By WAYNE DeNEFF
On the shoulders of six letter-
men and a promising group of
freshmen and sophomores rests
the hope of rescuing Michigan
from the Big Ten basketball cel-
lar.
L a s t season the Wolverines
dropped 15 of 22 contests and in
1949-50 lost 11 of 22. This two-
year slump followed a 1947-48 Big
Nine championship and a third
place berth in 1948-49.
* *.
PRACTICE STARTED this week
for the varsity under the direction
of Freshman Coach Dave Strack.
Head Coach Ernie McCoy is work-
ing with the football team and
will not direct basketball practice
unitl next week.
Captain Jim Skala, Dick Wil-
liams, Doug Lawrence, Tom
Tiernan, Carl Brunsting and
Paul Geyer are the lettermen
that will form the nucleus of
the 1950-51 hoopsters. Skala
and Tiernan are seniors and
the others juniors.
Top sophomores are Ray Pa-
vochevich of East Chicago Roose-
velt High school, Milt Mead of
Bay City Central and John Cod-
well of Houston. Texas.
* * *
A LARGE CROP of freshmen
started practicing two weeks ago
and will be cut as the Dec. 1 op-

top scorer, Leo VanderKuy, got
his diploma alogg with Captain
Charlie Murray and Bob Olsen,'
guards. Lyle Smith, a sopho-
more member of last year's
team, is in the Navy.
This will be Coach McCoy's
fourth year at the Wolverine bbs-
ketball helm, although he has
been on the coaching scene here
since 1940.
FOLLOWING their opener with
Central Michigan, the Maize and
Blue wait two weeks before battl-
ing Butler, December 17. Then,
following five tilts with non-con-
ference teams, they meet Indiana,
January 5. With the exception
of one, all the remaining games
are Big Ten conference engage-
lents.

1951-'52
Wolverine
Cage Schedule
DECEMBER
Saturday 1-Central Michigan, there
Monday 17-Butler, here
Thursday 20-Pennsylvania, here
Saturday 22-Colorado, here
Thursday 27-Penn State, there
Friday 28--Pittsburgh, there
JANUARY
Tuesday 12Princeton, here
Saturday 5-Indiana, there
Monday 7-Iowa, here
Saturday 12-I11inois, here
Monday 14-Minnesota, there
Saturday 19-Michigan State, here
Monday 21-Northwestern, here
FEBRUARY
Saturday 2-Marquette, there
Saturday 9-Northwestern, there
Monday 11-Iowa, there
Saturday 16--Minnesota, here
Monday 18-Wisconsin, here
Saturday 23-Ohio State, there
Monday 25-Wisconsin, there
MARCH
Saturday 1-Michigan State, there
Monday 3-Purdue, here

GRID RESULTS:

Delta

Sigs,

IM Champs, Fall

To Strong Tau Delts, 13-12

Polish Offense
For Important
Saturday Start
The Wolverines, in anticipation'
of a high-scoring contest with
Iowa Saturday afternoon, concen-
trated on sharpening up their of-
fense in yesterday's practice at
Ferry Field.
With departure for Iowa City
set for this afternoon at 5:27 aft-
er a short practice, the Michigan
gridmen appear confident of ex-
tending their offensive power
shown last Saturday into the Iowa
game. The squad will leave by
train and spend tonight in Chi-
cago.
* *
IF YESTERDAY'S scrimmage
against the reserves is any indi-
cation of what Michigan will dis-
play Saturday, the Hawkeyes can
expect little different from the
greeting accorded the Hoosiers
last week.
The Wolverines will need
every bit of their potent offense,
however, since Iowa has shown
plenty of scoring punch in its
first three games.
After scoring only 16 points in
their opening game against Kan-
sas State, the Hoosiers tallied 30
points against Purdue in a losing
cause and 34 points last week
against Pittsburgh.
* * *
WITH FRANK Howell out for
at least several weeks, Coach Ben-
nie Oosterbaan alternated Wes
Bradford, Don Oldham, and Tom
Witherspoon at the right half slot
in yesterday's drill. The three
wingbacks worked with Ted Top-
or at quarter, Bill Putich at left
half, and Don Peterson at full-
back.
Putich was hitting ends Low-
ell Perry and Fred Pickard with
his passes for substantial yard-
age against the reserves, while
Peterson was crashing through
the line for sizeable gains.
The offensive lines looked very
impressive yesterday as they op-
ened up big holes in the opposing
line for the backs to dash through.
Defense was not neglected in
the pratcice as the Wolverines
prepared for the running of half
back "Dusty" Rice, Iowa's sopho-
more sensation, and fullback Bill
Reichardt, and the passing of
quarterback Burt Britzman.

By ROD COOK
The Big Ten will get a preview
of how it may fare in the Rose
Bowl next New Year's Day when
power-packed Illinois takes on the
Washington Huskies at Seattle
Saturday.
The Huskies have a sturdy squad
which flattened Oregon, 63-6, last
week and they are expected to be
no pushover for the Fighting Illi-
ni.
ILLINOIS GOES into the game
minus the services of two left
halfbacks, Claude Taliaferro and
Ronnie Clark. In addition, Coach
Ray Eliot is worried that first
string quarterback Tom O'Connell
may not be able to start because
of a damaged knee.
One player which Eliot defin-
itely is not worried about is
elusive Johnny Karras, the Con-
ference's leading scorer with
seven touchdowns in three
games.
OSU has no injuries, but is a
little groggy after having been
beaten by Michigan State and then
outplayed and tied by Wisconsin.
* * *
IN THE Hoosier camp, the bad
medicine of the day was the show-
ing of the movies of the Michigan
* * *
Return of Benson,
Carey Helps MSC
EAST LANSING-P)--Bob Car-
ey and Wayne Benson will both be
back in Michigan State's lineup
when the Spartans face Penn
State Saturday at State College,
Pennsylvania.
Benson missed both the Ohio
State and Marquette games after
injuring a knee while making a
long gain against Michigan. Al-
though playing only two games,
Benson still has the most yardage
of any State fullback.
Carey, Captain and star end,
has been out of action since the
first half of the Ohio State con-
test with a bruised leg.

game. Coach Clyde Smith did not
spare the whip in pointing out the
numerous errors made by his
squad during the contest.
The Indiana squad is in fine
shape physically and is fighting
mad, so if the fumblitis and
numerous offside penalties can
be smoothed out in practice, the
Buckeyes may be in for another
nasty surprise at Columbus Sat-
urday.
Another squad which has been
plagued by red handkerchiefs is
Northwestern. In last week's game
with Minnesota which the Wild-
cats won handily, 21-0, there were
four offside penalties and two for
backfield illegally in motion, while
in the Army game Northwestern
lost 60 yards on such penalties.
S* *
THE WILDCATS have a fine
running game, paced by fullback
Chuck Hren who ripped for 138
yards in 21 tries against the ad-
mittedly-weak Minnesota line.
Minnesota has been having
difficulties this year, but indi-

cations of better things to come
may be seen in the makeup of
the team. The present defensive
unit has seven freshman regu-
lars, and Coach Wes Fesler may
throw even more yearlings
against Nebraska.
Wisconsin, which will face Pur-
due this weekend, is without the
services of Bill Gable, a fine of.-
fensive guard. Furthermore, with
three halfbacks on the injured list,
former JV player Jerry Will has
been moved up to stabilize the
wobbly Wisconsin backfield.
BIGGIE MUNN, MSC mentor,
having seen two games won by his
"second string" backfield, com-
posed of three sophomores and one
freshman, still intends to start his
veteran outfit against Penn State,
The reason for this seems to
be that it was the softening up
job done by the veterans which
enabled the youngsters to smash
for the winning touchdowns.
Penn State is not expected to
provide too mucb opposition
against the Spartans.

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Graduation has plucked three
bright stars from the Michigan
basketball scene. Center and
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By ROG WATSON
Tau Delta Phi, spearheaded by
Moe Katz, edged Delta Sigma Phi,
last years' fraternity football
champs, 13-12 in a thriller that
was in doubt until the final gun.
When the game ended the de-
fending champs were on the Tau
Delt five-yard marker with two
downs to cover the distance. Katz
had snared a pass from Gene
Curtiss in the end zone to put the
Tau Delts out in front, but Delta
Sigma Phi quickly came back on
a 20 yard pitch from Milt Heath
to Dale Bryant to tie it up at six-
all.
BOB MOORE tallied again for
the Delta Sigs on a 25 yard end
around lateral after four minutes
in the second half. The Tau Delts
rallied and tied it up again on
Gene Curtiss's 40 yard dash down
the sidelines on what started as
a pass play.
Curtiss passed to Katz for the
extra point and it proved to be
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the winning margin when time
ran out.
Phi Kappa Psi downed Alpha
Epsilon Pi, 7-0, on a pass from
Dave Settle to Paul Keurger after
Settle received the ball on a triple
reverse.
JERRY HASTINGS' running
and passing provided the punch
as Delta Chi ground out a 14-6!
decision over the stubborn Beta
Theta Pis. Hastings' long run set
up one touchdown and he caught
a pass for one and passed for the
other. Jim Cape gathered in two
aerials from Hastings for the
points after touchdowns.
Pi Lamda Phi defeated Chi
Phi, 13-7, on passes from Jerry
Rovner. Rovner hit Jerry Hirsch
for six points and Jules Belkin
for another one plus running
for the other Pi Lam score on
an end sweep. Chi Phi tallied
on a 25 yard run by Lee Krum-
holtz.
Sigma Chi displayed an air
tight defense to roll over Phi
Kappa Sigma, 19-0. Jerry Davis
passed to Paul Fancher for two
Sigma Chi markers and ran 25
yards for the other.
SAE won over Chi Psi on plus
11 yards in an overtime period
after a 6-6 deadlock had forced a
playoff. Ron Will passed to Stu
Ward for the Chi Psi score and
the SAE's scored on a short jump
pass.
Phi Rho Sigma overpowered Phi
Delta Chi 22-6 in the only profes-
sional fraternity contest of the
day. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Tri-
gon, and Sigma Pi forfeited to
Sigma Alpha Mu, Kappa Sigma,
and Phi Delta Theta, respectively.

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