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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Wolverines
Take, Keep
Early Lead ;>
Matchefts, Cooney,
Keyes Score Twice
(Continued from Page 1)

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against a MSC team that had had
the fight pretty well beaten out
of it.
* * *
THE WILD CONTEST was the
first on the schedule of the new
Midwestern Collegiate Hockey
League, and Michigan gets two
points for its win in the league
standings.
Sophomore Johnny Cooney got
the first goal of the game and the
season for Michigan as he blasted
a ten footer past Spartan goalie
Del Reid after two minutes of
play.
AFTER THAT Michigan State
was never in the game, although
the Spartans tied the score briefly
with their only goal while Michi-
gan's Bob Heathcott was serving
a tripping penalty.
Steve Raz bagged the Spartan
marker on an angle shot which
bounded off the stick of Wol-
verine Reg Shave past goalie
Willard Ikola at 5:15.
Johnny Matchefts got that one
back at 7:54 when he finished off
a power play pass from John Mc-
Kennell, and the Wolverines were
off to the races. When Matchefts
scored, Spartan Derio Nicoli was
serving a penalty for putting
Michigan's Doug Philpott tempor-
arily out of action with an errant
elbow.
The start of the contest was
held up ten minutes because
Ikola, was hit in the lip by a
flying puck in pregame practice,
and he had to be stitched up.
Heyliger replaced Ikola midway
through the final stanza with
freshman Bill Lucien. Both Ikola
and Lucien turned in flashy per-
formances, making 17 stops alto-
gether.
Scoring honors were divided be-
tween veterans Captain Earl Keyes,
Matchefts, and John McKennell,
who garnered four points apiece.'
The scoring was evenly distributed
between sophomores and veterans,
with five newcomers, Philpot,
Cooney, Ron Martinson, Doug
Mullen, and George Chin bagging
points.
" *
SUMMARIES
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Coo-
ney (McKennell, Keyes), 2:03; 2-
MSC, Raz (Mayes, Lord), 5:15; 3--
M i c h i g a n, Matchefts (McKennell,
Keyes), 7:54; 4-Michigan, Philpot
(Matchefts), 13:21; 5-Michigan, Coo-
ney (Heathcott, Chin), 14:15.
Penalties-Michigan: Heathcott (2),
Chin, Matchefts (2), Cragg, McClel-
lan; MSC: Nicoll (2), McCormick, Lord
(all 2 minutes); Raz (5 minutes).
SECOND PERIOD: 6 - Michigan,
Matchefts (Philpot), 9:45; 7-Michi-
gan, Keyes (unassisted), 12:46.
Penalties-Michigan: Heathcott (2),
(both 2 minutes).
THIRD PERIOD: 8 -- Michigan,
Heathcott (McClellan), 6:46; 9-Mich-
igan, McKennell (Matchefts), 11:27;
10-Michigan, Chin (Cooney), 14:54;
11-Michigan, Keyes (McKennell), 17:-
18; 12-Michigan, Mullen (Martinson,
Heathcott), 19:57.
Penalties - Michigan: Mullen (2),
Pelow (2), McClellan; MSC: McCor-
ick, Mayes (all 2 minutes). Match
major penalties. Michigan: Matchefts;
MSC: Nicoll.

JV Cage Squad Scores
Impressive 85-36 Win
Special to The Daily Stanford with six points apiece,
HILLSDALE - Michigan's JV Bill Wisner with five, and George
basketball team soundly trounced Dutter with four points.
Hillsdale JV here last night, 85- - For Hillsdale Bud Hageman
36, with Bob Jewell's backboard scored nine, while Ron Apple-
play and Dave Kauffman's excel- dorn chipped in with eight tal-
lent shooting pacing the Wolver- lies, to lead the losers.
ine Gagers. Michigan was able to capitalize
It was the first game of the sea- on less than half of its foul shots,
son for the Michigan squad, and however, making 12 out of 27
after Jewell led the Wolverines to tosses from the free throw line,
a 21-1 lead with some neat tip-in Krupp was most effective in this
work they were never headed. department, scoring on five of his
Quarter scores were 22-16, 44-22, six charity tosses.
and 67-27' The JV contest was a prelimin-
Coach Dave Strack substituted ary to a varsity game between]
Coac Dae SracksubtittedHillsdale and Kent State, which
his Michigan men freely and all Hillsdale won. 73-5.i
contributed to the scoring. Kauff- -Hilldalewon73-5
man was high with 20 points.
Jewell had 14 and Bruce Allen 12. Nine Seniors
Big Mr. Jewell did not con-
fine his efforts to the offensive
backboard but also took com-
mand of the Hillsdale board.
This was a major factor in the The presentation of 'M' rings
Dales inability to register more to th% nine seniors on the 1951
than 36 tallies. Wolverine football team will high-
The Wolverines hit on a high light the proceedings at the annual
percentage of their shots. Dave grid bust in Detroit tonight.
Krupp and Tom Tiernan, with 11 The banquet, somewhat a fabu-
and seven points, respectively, fol- lous affair in itself, will officially
lowed Kauffman, Jewell, and Al- bring to a close Michigan's 1951
len in the scoring column for the gridiron campaign as coaches and
Iichigan cagers. players alike rehash the high
points of the season for the benefit
OTHER SCORERS for the Wol- of Detroit's alumni.
verines were Sid Cook and Thad, Mike Gorman of the Flint
Journal will be toastmaster for the
program in which Coach Bennie
' Oosterbaan will introduce his al-
VOLLEcore ready well-known staff and the
VOLLEYBALL players who carried Michigan's
Hlawaiians "A" 4, Foresters 0 hopes on the gridiron this year,

Don Peterson
On BlueTeam
Don Peterson, Michigan's star
fullback, was named to the
North squad for the December
29 Blue-Gray grid contest yes-
terday.
This was one of many laurels
won by the Wolverine senior,
Last week Peterson was voted
the most valuable Michigan
player of the year. During the
season he gained 549 yards in
152 attempts for a 3.6 yards
per try average.
In addition to his successful
running game Peterson added
191 yards on completed passes,
connecting on six of his 12
throws. One of these passes
resulted in a Wolverine touch-
down. Peterson scored four six-
pointers himself in addition
during the season.
O t h e r Blue gridders an-
nounced yesterday were Leon-
ard Bartek, Penn State guard,
and Frank Middendorf, Cincin-
nati pivot man. Yankee Coaches
also chose two more backs, Don
Leahy of Marquette and Rollie
Strehlow of Wisconsin.

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-Daily-Roger Reinke
RON MARTINSON, WOLVERINE WING, TEMPORARILY OUT OF COMMISSION IN MSC NET
NEOPHYTE NA TA TORS:
Newcomers Aid Wolverine Swimmers

(Third in a series of articles deal-
ing with the 1951-52 Michigan swim-
ming team. Today's article covers
the- freshmen and sophomores.)
By DAVE LIVINGSTON
"Conservatively, they are the
best group of freshmen and sopho-
more swimmers we've ever had."
So speaks Michigan's assistant
swimming coach, Matt Mann III,
with regard to the underclassmen
on this year's Wolverine squad.
COACH MANN, who helps his
dad, Matt Mann II, guide the des-
tinies of Michigan's perennially
Judge Shelves
Cases Against
Organized Ball
CINCINNATI -(4)- Baseball's
reserve clause survived another
test yesterday when U.S. District
Judge John H. Druffel dismissed
two cases attacking it.
He based his action on the opin-
ion of Chief Justice Oliver Wendell
Holmes, who in 1922 held that
baseball is a sport and not a com-
modity in trade or commerce.
THEREFORE, Judge Druffel
said, he had not jurisdiction to
hear the suits of Walter J. Kowal-
sky, New York City, and Jack Cor-
bett of Los Angeles.
He added, however, that he
dismissed the actions with the
understanding that an appeal
would be taken to the Court of
Appeals, sixth district.
Kowalsy, the baseball property
of the Brooklyn Dodgers, asked for
$150,000 damages, charging that
use of the reserve clause by the of-
ficials kept him from advancing in
his profession.

strong swimming teams, pointed
out that everything is well covered
by the freshmen and sophomores
except the breaststroke.
One of the leading free-stylers
is Burwell "Bumpy" Jones, who
will swim the 440, the free-style
relay, and the medley relay in
the Michigan A.A.U. meet slat-
ed for December 15 at the Intra-
mural Pool. Jones, a second
semester freshman, is the Na-
tional A.A.U. record holder for
300 meters.
Ronny Gora, another freshman
free-styler, placed second in the
National A.A.U. 100-meter event
last summer. He will swim the 75-
yard free-style and both the free-
style and medley relays in the
coming Michigan A.A.U. meet.
SOPHOMORES Don Hill and
Tom Benner are a couple of other
free-style sprint men who will bea
competing in the shorter distances.
Hill placed fourth in last sum-
mer's National A.A.U. 100-meter
race and anchored the winning

medley relay that was disquali-
fied. He is the Michigan A.A.U.
50-yard title-holder.
Backstrokers include John
Sampson and Dyke Purdy, fresh-
men, and John hase, a sophomore
Sampson, Pennsylvania state

.D

All men interested in enter-
ing the all-campus "21" tourna-
ment, beginning December 17,
should submit applications to
the I-M building by Friday, De-
cember 14.
-Bob Berman
champ in high school, will go the
200-yard distance and will swim
in two relays in the A.A.U. meet.
* * * .
IF HIGH SCHOOL records mean
anything the Wolverines should
have at least three good divers
coming along. Charlie Bates, a
freshman, was twice the Michigan
state diving champion, while an-
other first-year man, Jim Walters,
was a two-time title-holder in Illi-
nois.

Hawaiians "C" 4, MCF 0
PhiEpsilon Kappa 6, Tau Epsilon
Rho 0
Michigan Coop 4, Nelson House 3
Turks 6, Dental Material Lab 0
Psychology-Social Research "B" 6
Arabs 0
ASPA won over Gamma Delta (for-
feit)
WATER POLO
Wenley 1, Prescott 0
Fletcher won over Gomberg (for-
feit)
Tyler won over Taylor (forfeit)
Adams won over Greene (forfeit)

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