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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MATERIAL FOR McCOY:
Montreal EdgesSpI
SophomoreSBrig
* 5 m Michigan's basketball horizon who comes fi
does not look good, but brighter is a fine re-I
times are not far off. sively and:d
Lazure's Last-Minute Score Gives With only four returning vet- .
erans on the squad, three of whomn Mead is o
Carabins Split in Two Game Series have seen very limited action in and probabl
past seasons, Coach Ernie McCov why the W

hten 'M' Hoop Picture

-Daily-Roger Reinke
MARCEL AUGER SAVES ON MICHIGAN FORWARD PAT COONEY
Puck Comment Centers on Offside Play

By ED WHIPPLEj
Ice scrapings in the wake of
this weekend's two-game Michi-
gan- Montreal series :
Everyone who was in the Coli-
seum last night, including the
players, had comments on the off-
side play that nullified what
would have been the tying goal
for the Wolverines with three sec-
onds remaining in the game.
With the score 5-4 in Montre-
al's favor, Pat Cooney, assisted
by Earl Keyes, swept in to score,
but Cooney was called offside at
the Carabin blue line in the
closest of decisions, and his goal
didn't count.
In the dressing room after the
contest Cooney was emphatic but
not the least bit bitter in stating,

"I didn't think I was offside, but"
that's what the referee called it,
and that's the way it stands."
Most of the other Wolverines
were uncertain about the deci-
sion, and they were content to
let it go as "one of those things."
That about summed up the at-
titude of Coach Viv Heyliger,
who immediately turned his at-
tention to next week's invasion
of tough Toronto, saying to the
team, "we've got work to do,
boys."
Heyliger said he thought the
Wolverines were hurt considerably
by a let-down in the second period,
when Montreal tallied three times
to Michigan's none.
Last night's loss was Michi-

gan's first in eleven games, stret-
ching back to last springand in-
cluding two NCAA champion-
ship wins. Toronto turned the
trick last in February, beating
the Wolverines, 5-4.
Midway through the first per-
iod of Friday's contest, Montreal
played with seven players for half
a minute, but officials failed to
note it. Penalty for having too
many men on the ice is two min-
utes.
Although American college rules
provide for a ten-minute over-
time in case of tie, deadlocks with
Canadian teams are not played
off. Hence, had Michigan tied last
night's game, no extra period
would have been played,

(Continued from Page 1)
It was in the midst of one of
these Michigan attacks that La-
zure broke away after taking a
pass from Claude Dagenais. Only
one Wolverine defenseman was
back but Lazure shot from about
15 feet out and the puck caught
the upper righthand corner of the
net behind Ikola.
T H E WOLVERINES gamely
tried to tie the count in the wan-
ing minutes. Coach Vic Heyliger
pulled Ikola from the nets with
55 seconds remaining and put six
forwards on the ice.
The Wolverines were not suc-
cessful with this maneuver des-
pite the fact that most of the
3500 fans thought they had tied
the score with just three seconds
to go. Most people, including
Coach Heyliger, apparently did
not hear an offside whistle that
was almost inaudible amidst the
pandemonium.
Montreal thereby gained a split
of the two game series. After the
first period lead that the Wol-
verinse gained, it seemed that they
would repeat their victory of the
night before.
AT 10:15 Ron Martinson caught
the Montreal defense completely
off guard when he took a pass at
center ice from Alex McClellan
who was deep in Michigan ice.
Martinson skated the rest of the
way all by himself and skillfully
beat Auger.
Osterman Gets
Vacant Berth
'on BlueSquad
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - (gp)_-
R u s s e 11 Osterman, 170-pound
Michigan end, yesterday was add-
ed to the North roster for the Dec.
29 Blue-Gray footballgame.
Osterman will fill a vacancy
caused by Jerry Hanifin, St.
Bonaventure back, dropping out.
He'll team with ends Chris War-
ringer, who starred in the Pitts-
burgh Panthers' 21-7 upset of the
University of Miami Friday night,
Columbia's Wesley Bomm, Pat O'-
Donahue of Wisconsin and Bill
Carey. Michigan State.

Three minutes later, with each
team a man short because of
penalties to McClellan and Mon-
treal's Andre Charest, George
Chin flicked a loose puck into
the Montreal cage to make the
score 2-0, Michigan.
Apparently the Wolverines were
victims of a letdown in the second
period because of an eight minute
delay brought about by an injury
to Ikola.
The Michigan goaltender was
hit in the head by the puck on a
screen shot and was taken to the
dressing room for repairs before
the game continued.
Upon his return the Wolverines
could not get their attack going
and Montreal took the lead with
two goals by Charest and the first
of Bruneau's two markers.
SUMMARY
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Mar-
tinson (McClellan), 10:15; 2-Michi-
gan, Chin (Philpott, Haas), 13:16.
Penalties - Michigan: P h i I p o.t t
(crosschecking), McClellan (charg-
ing); Montreal: Charest (tripping),
A. Day (slashing); all two minutes.
SECOND PERIOD: 3 - Montreal,
Charest (Leduc), 4:53; 4-Montreal,
Charest (unassisted), 6:54; 5-Montre-
al, Bruneau (Qusnel), 15:11.
Penalty-Montreal: Quesnel (trip-
ping). two minutes.
THIRD PERIOD: 6-Michigan, Pe-
low (Mullen), 6:53; 7 =- Michigan,
Matchefts (unassisted), 7:21; 8-Mon-
treal, Bruneau (Quesnel, C. Hotte),
8:09; 9-Montreal, Lazure (Dagenais),
17:37.
Penalties--none.

is brightening the Wolverines' fu-
ture basketball trail with sopho-
mores, six of them in all.
LEADING THE Maize and Blue
sophomore parade are Ray Pavich-
look will be looking brighter in
who comes from Houston, Texas,
the first stringers for starting po-
sitions are Syd Cook, Bruce Allen,
and Bob Topp.
Dave Nash, a 6'4" second year
man from Grand Rapids, was
slanted for varsity action this
season, but recently enlisted in
the Armed Service.
Pavichevich comes from East
Chicago, Indiana where he gained
all-state recognition as a high
school guard.,Weighing 170 pounds
and standing an inch under six
feet, Ray is fast developing into
one of the squad's best play-mak-
ers and a steady all-around floor
man.
CODWELL ALSO figures prom-
inently in Coach McCoy's plans.
The 190 pound, six foot forward,
The PERSONALITY Cut
Suave -
Individualistic -
Smart -
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The Daseola Barbers
LIBERTY NEAR STATE

look will be1
the not-too
Standing 6'
either the pi
tions, can shy
hand, and ca
than his sha

rom Houston, Texas,
bounder both offen-
ifensively.
one more reason-
y one of the best-
olverine's cage out-
looking brighter in
o-distant f u t u r e.
7", Mead can play
vot or forward posi-
hoot well with either
an usually get better
are of the rebounds.

ther strengthened by Topp, (6'2"),
and Cook (6'1''). The former
played on Kalamazoo Central's
two championship teams a few
years back, while the latter gained
his cage experience at Ann Arbor
High School.
THE OHTER second year man
to make the fifteen man squad is
Bruce Allen, who, like Mead, can
play either center or forward. Al-
len stands 6'5" and hails from

The guard position will be fur- Grosse Pointe High.
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