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DAY, DECEMBER 2, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAIII~T
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WOLVERINES SKINNED:
Michigan Upset in Cage Debut

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Applicants are needed to fill
positions as junior and sopho-
more hockey managers. Those
interested report to the Coli-
seum at 3:00 p.m. Monday.

DO YOU KNOWe..that Mich-
igan has the best all-time West-
ern Conference-football record?
The Wolverines have won 148,

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Mead Tilt's Top Scorer
In Sad 60-43 Setback

LOWELL PERRY
. . . players' choice
Perry Named
AlM-idwest
Offensive End
Zatkoff, Johnson
On Defensive Team
CHICAGO - UP) - Michigan's
Lowell Perry was named first string.
offensive end, and teammates Tom
Johnson and Roger Zatkoff were
picked on the defensive squad of
an All-Midwest team selected for
the Chicago Tribune by players in
the area.
The lineups:
FIRST TEAM: ENDS, LOWELL
PERRY, MICHIGAN, and Jim Mut-
scheller, Notre Dame; TACKLES, Don
Coleman, MSC, and Jim Weatherall,
Oklahoma; GUARDS, Chuck Studley,
Illinois; Don MacRae, Northwestern;
CENTER, Clinton Knitz, Purdue;
BACKS, John Coatta, Wisconsin, Vic
Janowicz, Ohio State, John Karras,
Illinois, and Bill Reichardt, Iowa.
DEFENSIVE TEAM: ENDS, Hal
Faverty, Wisconsin and Leo Sugar,
Purdue; TACKLES, TOM JOHNSON,
MICHIGAN, and Chuck Ulrich, Illi-
nols; GUARD, Chuck Boerio, Illinois;
LINEBACKERS, ROGER ZATKOFF,
MICHIGAN, Deral Teteak, Wisconsin,
and Bob Held, Ohio State; BACKS,
Jim Ellis, MSC, Al Brosky, Illinois,
and Vic Janowicz, Ohio State.

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gave the Chippewas control of the
backboards. Don Eaddy of the'
Wolverines, sunk four long set
shots to account for eight points.
Captain Jim Skala of the
Maize and Blue fouled out with
two minutes and fort'y-five sec-
onds left in the game. Two min-
utes earlier, "Stick" Williams
had his fifth foul called and
was forced to retire.
Coach Ernie McCoy cleared the
Wolverine bench, employing all of
the fourteen men who made the
trip to Mt. Pleasant.
* * *
WITH TWO minutes remaining
the Chippewas started to freeze
the ball. The Wolverines tried
checking down the floor,, but it
was to no avail.
The Michigan cagers will be
idle until December 17, at which
time they will play host to the
Butler University squad at the
Yost Fieldhouse.
The Wolverines will open their
fourteen game Big Ten campaign1
on January 5 against Indiana Uni-
versity at Bloomington.

BOX SCORE
MICHIGAN (43) G
Skala, F.............2
Mead, F.............6
Codwell, F.........0
Levitt, F.....G......2
Nash, F............ 0
Williams, C........1
Allen, c.............90
Jewell, C............ 0
Lawrence, C........ 0
Pavichevich, G ...2
Eaddy, G........... 4
Topp, G.............0
Cook, G.............I
Kaufmann, G....... 0
TOTALS......... 16

CENTRAL (60)
Doyle, F ...........
Kelly, F............
Moore, F...........
Atkinson, F.......
Decker, F.........
Showalter, F.......
Knoll, C............
Charzan, C.........
Reimer, C.........
Dulac, CC..........
Parfitt, G..........
Graham, G.........
Webb, G..........
Wenzel, GC.........
TOTALS.........

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Notre Dame
Slides Past
Southern Cal.
IGuglielni Passes
Irish to 19-12 win
LOS ANGELES - f(') - The
Fighting Irish of Notre Dame,
marching in ghost-like fashion 61
yards for the winning touchdown
through the gloom of a fog-filled
stadium, defeated their old rivals,
the Trojans of Southern Califor-
nia, in the final minutes yester-
day, 19-12.
Led by green shirted fteshman,
Ralph Guglielmi, and three sen-
iors winding up their, careers at
Notre Dame, the Irish broke a
12-all deadlock with only six min-
utes left to play on a drive that
would not be denied.
HALFBACK John Petitobon
swept right end on a pitchout for
the final eight yards, and soon
thereafter the visitors from South
Bend left the Coliseum to the
cheers of most of the 55,783 fans,
rejoicing in their 14th victory in
this silver anniversary battle with
the Trojans.
This payoff punch was the
breaking point for a Trojan team
that was favored from the start
and on top through most of the
game.
But the Irish never seemed to
know they could be whipped. Twice
they came from behind to tie the
score before going out in 'front for
the winning points.
The windup of the season left
the Irish with seven wins, two de-
feats, and or* tie.

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LATE NHL RESULTS
Montreal 4, Chicago 2
Toronto 8, New York 2

College Sports Results

EAST
Navy 42, Army 7
Boston College 19, Holy Cross 14
SOUTH
Georgia Tech 48, Georgia 6
Louisiana State 14, Tulane 13
Tennessee 35, Vanderbilt 27
Mississippi 49, Mississippi State 7
Alabama 25, Auburn 7
MIDWEST
Oklahoma 41, Oklahoma A & M 6
Tulsa 34, Detroit 20
Kansas 41, Missouri 28
SOUTHWEST
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Texas Christian 13, Southern Metho-
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Texas Tech 28, Hardin Simmons 21
FAR WEST
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Notre Dame 19, Southern California 1t

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Cornell 80, Clarkson 36
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Iowa 72, Western Michigan 68
North Carolina State 89, Furman 53
Duke 85, Temple 48
Wisconsin 48, Marquette 46
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Bowling Green 76, Gustavus-Adolphus
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