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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1951

T1HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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OSU, Badgers, Illinois
.Dominate Big Tent Poll
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-(P)Third-place Wisconsin took six positio
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'Two Week Vacation Gives
Cagers Chance ToImprove
With the next basketball games cheduled for a week from Mon-.
day, Michigan's once-beaten hoopsters will have plenty of time to
smooth out the rough spots revealed in last Saturday's loss to Central.
Both on the offense and defense the Wolverines failed to give
the performance of which they are capable. First game jitters, lack of
experience and failure to adjust to the strange floor were painfully
evident in the battle with the Chippewas.
e' * * *
MICHIGAN found itself outshot from the floor and foul line and
deprived of its share of rebounds. The Wolverines cashed in on only
11 of 19 free throws as opposed to 24 of 32 for the Chips, and as a
result yesterday's practice session at Yost Field House included an
extensive charity toss drill.
Adding to Coach Ernie McCoy's woes was yesterday's report
that Dave Nash, a top sophomore forward from East Grand
Rapids, had enlisted in the navy. The six-foot four inch forward
had figured prominently in McCoy's rebuilding program and saw
action against Central Michigan.
Ten new men took part in the season's opener and most per-
formed creditably considering the situation. Lanky Milt Mead, a sopho-
more forward, showed signs of good things to come by scoring 16
points on six fielders and four free throws.
"Twenty-one more games and no place to go but up," about sums
up the Wolverine hardwood picture.
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MSC, Montreal Contests Rams Take Lead in NFL
To Test 1M' Supremacy With 42-17 Win over Bears

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on the 1951 All-Big Ten football team selected yesterday by sports
editors of the conference schools.
Michigan, who completed its season in fourth place, was repre-
sented by end Lowell Perry and tackle Tom Johnson. Purdue, who
finished the year in runner-up position, failed to place a man on eithe

Keyes, May, Matchefts, McKennell Form
Nucleus of Wolverine's New Offensive Unit
________._* . *
By ED WHIPPLE
How good is the 1951-52 Michi-
gan hockey team?
Wolverine followers should find
an answer this week in tomorrow's
opener at Michigan State and Fri-
day and Saturday clashes hereq
with Montreal.
COACH VIC HEYLIGER isn't
the type to go out on a limb with
preseason predictions. He restricts
his comments mainly to the cali-
ber of the opposition ("it will be
tough this year") and says simp-
ly, "We're rebuilding," in reference
to Wolverine potential.
(At the beginning of last sea-
son Heyliger also was "rebuild-
ing," but the reconstruction
didn't keep Michigan from win- EARL KEYES
ning 20 of 25 regular season . . . versatile captain
tilts and the NCAA champion- * * ,
ship.) varsity competition this year),
This week's action will show that calculate to raise Spartan
how successful Heyliger has been stock from its low ebb of 1949
in replacing Gil Burford and Neil and '50.
Celley, graduated stars who have "The 17-1 days are gone for
carried a big share of the scoring sometime," says Heyliger. in ref-
load for the past two seasons. erence to the Spartans. (Michi-

The Los Angeles Rams fought
their way into first place in the
National Conference of the Na-
tional Football League Sunday
when they crushed the Chicago
Bears, 42-17, while their West
Coast rival, the San Francisco
49ers, was busy handing the De-
troit Lions a 20-10 setback.
In other games Cleveland crush-
ed the Chicago Cardinals( 49-28;
the New York Giants blanked
Pittsburgh, 14-0; Philadelphia
whipped Washington, 35-21; and
the New York Yankees won their
first NFL game, 31-28, over Green
< Bay.
TWO SECOND half touchdown
passes by the 49ers' number two
quarterback, Y. A. Tittle, enabled
the "giant-killers" from the coast
to drop the Lions into second
place, one-half game behind the
victorious Rams.
Although San Francisco has
only a 5-4-1 record for their
season's efforts, they have de-
feated such outstanding teams
as the Cleveland Browns, the
Rams, and now the Lions.
The 49ers scored first on a 90-
yard march which was started on
short passes thrown by Frankie
Albert and was climaxed by John
Strzykalski's one yard plunge.

AFTER THE intermission Tittle
connected through the air twice
for TDs, one a 23-yard flip to Bill
Jessup and another to Joe Arenas,
while Bobby Layne tossed a touch-
down pass to Dorne Dibble in the
third quarter for the Lions' only
TD.
The Los Angeles Rams spot-
ted the Bears a 14-0 first quar-
ter lead, then handed them a
42-17 beating at Wrigley Field
before the largest Chicago pro-
fessional crowd of the year,
50,286.
Two quick Bear touchdowns,
both scored by quarterback John-
ny Lujack, gave the partisan
crowd a distorted picture of things
to come. Immediately after Chi-
cago's second tally, the Rama
came back in a big way when Bob
Waterfield hurled a 91-yard TD
pass to Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch.
The powerful Cleveland Browns
scored in every period to crush the
last place Chicago Cardinals, 49-
28. The Cards were behind, 42-0,
when they made their first score
in the third quarter.
The New York Giants kept alive
their slim hope of overtaking the
Browns by turning a fumble and
an intercepted pass into two
touchdowns to defeat Pittsburgh,
14-0.

the offensive or defensive team.
* * *
OFFENSE
Ends - Perry, Michigan, and
Faverty, Wisconsin.
Tackles - Ulrich, Illinois and
Johnson, Michigan.
Guards-Studley, Illinois and
Mac Rae, Northwestern.
Center-Robinson, Minnesota.
Quarterback-Coatta, Wiscon-
sin.
Halfbacks-Giel, Minnesota, and
Karras, Illinois.
Fullback-Reichardt, Iowa.

* * *
DEFENSE
Ends-Gandee, Ohio State, and
O'Donahue, Wisconsin.
Tackles-Logan, Ohio State, and
Smith, Wisconsin.
Guards -Kennedy, Wisconsin,
and Teteak, Wisconsin.
Linebackers - Boerio, Illinois,
and Heid, Ohio State.
Halfbacks - Janowicz, Ohio
State.
Safety-Brosky, Illinois.

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USING VETERANS John Mat-
chefts, John McKennell, Captain
Earl Keyes, and Eddie May for the
Admission to Michigan hock-
ey games this season for stu-
dents and coupon book holders
will be 60c, according to ticket
manager Don Weir.
General admission tickets
will be priced at one dollar.
Tickets will be on sale the day
of the game at the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. After 5
p.m. on game days tickets will
be sold only at the Coiseum.
Weir added that on game days
the ticket office will remain
open through the lunch hour
as a service to those who can-
not get to the office during
regular hours. In the advent of
a two game series on a week-
end, tickets for both contests
may be purchased on Friday.
foundation, Heyliger has built his
new forward lines with newcomers
George Chin, Doug Philpot, Doug
Mullen, Ron Martinson and Pat
Cooney, all sophomores.
While the big concern last
year was defense, this campaign
the Wolverines are well set for
rear guards. At the 1950-51
season opened, only Graham
Cragg had had any appreciable
defense experience, and a new'
goalie was needed.
This season Michigan has hold-
overs Cragg, Bob Heathcott, and
Alex McClellan, plus Willard Ikola,
a talented sophomore goal tender,
for the defense corps. Soph de-
fensemen Reg Shave and Jim
Haas, plus the above mentioned
players, cause Heyliger to state,
"We'll have better team balance
this year."
MICHIGAN STATE, stronger by
far than it has been the past two
seasons, and Montreal, one of the
top three Canadian college outfits,
make a valid yardstick to measure
how the Wolverines should fare
this year. The Spartans have
tuned up for Michigan with two
easy triumphs over Ontario Agri-
cultural College, and they have
vowed an intention to "knock off
some of the big teams-Michigan,
North Dakota, Denver."
MSC mentor, Amo Bessone,
who moved f r o m Michigan
Tech this year, has gathered a
flock of Canadian freshmen
(freshmen are all eligible for

I-M Scores
VOLLEYBALL
Hawaiians 4, Roger Williams 2
Wesleyan 4. Actuarys 3
Phi Delta Phi 4, ASCE 2
Delta Sigma Delta 4, Phi Chi 2
Alpha Kappa Kappa 6, Phi Del-
ta Chi O
Kennebury 4, Newman 0
HANDBALL
Lloyd 3, Tyler 0
Kelsey 2, Hayden 1
Taylor 2, Adams 1
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gan beat Michigan State 17-1 here
two years ago.) "In fact," the
genial Wolverine mentor states,
"State figures to be one of the
three teams to beat for Mid-
western Collegiate Hockey League
honors which includes a bid to
the NCAA tournament."
N o r t h Dakota and Denver,
coached by Celley, also are strong
this year, according to Heyliger.
Considering the integration in
the Michigan lineup of' eight
sophomores without previous var-
sity experience who will improve
as the campaign wears on, a cou-
ple of good performances against
the "new look" Spartans and Mon-
treal will make the season outlook
bright indeed.

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