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AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1951

Na tutors Score Sweep in State AA U

College Basketball Scores

* *

Jones, Davies, Walters Spark
Tank Team in Show of Power

'1W' Cagers Seek First in of Season;
Meet butler Monday in Home Opener

Michigan State 53, Marquette 48
Seton Hall70,=ona (N.Y.) 60
Villanova 59, Le Moyne (N.Y.) 48
Iowa 48, Missouri 43
Illinois State Normal 69, Michigan
State Normal 46
Indianapolis 83, New York 79
Purdue 82. Louisville 65
North Carolina State 70, Eastern Ken-
tucky 58
Rollins 78, Miami (Fla.) 63
Duke 102, V.W.I. 45
Tennessee 60. Texas A & M 52
Georgia Tech 66, South Carolina 64
West Virginia 39, Maryland 36
Washington & Jefferson 49, Penn
State 46
NYU 58, Cornell 52
Princeton 83, Johns Hopkins 53
Nebraska 72, Fresno (Calif.) State 48
Ohio State 75, Butler 74
Albion 73, Wooster (0.) 52
Detroit Tech 60, Ferris Institute 59

Baldwin-Wallace.83, Hillsdale (Mich.)
60
Alma 99, Soo Tech 82
Wayne 50, Detroit 46
Kansas 58, Southern Methodist 57
Tulsa 66, Loyola 40
Mississippi State 79, Arkansas 39
Penn 90, Swarth more 56
Holy Cross 95, Boston Univ. 70
Springfield (Mass.) 73, Wesleyan 57
Waynesburg 71, Marietta 70
Delaware 81, Rutgers 57
Navy 57, Harvard 54
Bucknell 87, Lehigh 67
CCNY 85, Mitchell Field AFB 74
St. Louis University 71, Wichita Uni-
versity 45
Depauw 62, Indiana 61
LATE NHL SCORES
Detroit 3. Chicago 0
Montreal 3, Boston 1
Toronto 4, New York 1

By IVAN KAYE
Coach Matt Mann's 1951-52
Wolverine swimming squad com-
pletely dominated the twentieth
annual Michigan A.A.U. meet held
last night in the Intramural pool.
Michigan natators grabbed first
place in every men's event, with
Burwell "Bumpy" Jones taking the
440-yard free style and pacing hise
quartet in the 200-yard handicapN
relay to capture the individuali
honors for the evening.t
** *
JONES churned through the 440t
at the record-breaking speed of
4:41.4to set a new pool and Mich-
igan A.A.U. mark. The' previousf
tank record of 4:42.1 was held by1
Jim Smith of the 1944 Great LakesI
Navy swim squad.
Ron Gora and Wally Jeffries
finished behind the former Red-
ford High School star to give,
the Wolverines a clean sweep of
the event.
John Sampson turned in a 2:18.9
time for the 200-yard back stroke
to-capture first place. John Chase1
SPORTS
ROD COOK: Night Editor
and Basil Considine finished sec-
ond and third respectively for an-
other sweep for the Michigan
squad.
s * *
THE 150-YARD medley relay
team of Dave Howell, Jim White,
and Ron Gora annexed first place
with a time of 1:16.9. It was more
of the same with second place, as
the Wolverine trio of Considine,
Benner and McKevitt, edged the
Michigan State entry of Stanley,
Aldridge and Payette.
Jim Walters, former diving
champion of the State of Illi-
nois from New Trier high school,
captured the men's diving with
a total of 272.4 points. His near-

est rival was Louis Michaud of
Michigan State College, who
gathered 246.6 points. Another
Wolverine, John Harbourn, came
in third with 225.25. Walters
executed the evening's best dive
when he got 51.6 out of a pos-
sible 60 points.
The 100-yard breast stroke prov-
ed to be the evening's closest race
with Michigan's John Davies edg-
ing team mate Stu Elliott in the
time of 1:01.2. Ted Boulter of
Detroit Recreation Club trailed
the Wolverine pair.
* * *
THE 200-YARD handicap relay
for men saw another triumph for
Michigan swimmers as the quar-
tet of McKevitt, Ford, Ferguson
and Jones covered the distance in
1:42.4. Placing second was the
team of Hill, Martin, Benner and
Gora, while Reis, Reigel, White
and Jeffries finished third.
In the women's events, Julie
Young of the Women's City Club
of Detroit captured the 50-yard
breast stroke in the time of 33.8
seconds. Janet Hattendorf placed
first in the 50-yard free style han-
dicap with a time of 29.8 seconds.
Judy Keigel took the 25-yard han-
dicap for girls in the time of 15.9
seconds.
SUMMARY
440-yard free style for men: Won
by Jones (M); 2--Gora (M); 3-Jef-
fries (M); time: 4:41.4. 200-yard back
stroke for men: won by Sampson (M);
2-Chase (M); 3-Considine (M);
time: 2:18.9. 150-yard medley relay
handicap for men: won by Howell,
White, Gora (M); 2-Considine, Ben-
ner, McKevitt (M); 3-Stanley, Ald-
ridge, Payette (Mich. State); time:
1:16.9. Men's diving: Won by Waiters
(M); 2-Michaud (Mich. State); 3-
Harborn (M); winning score: 225.4.
100-yard breast stroke: won by Davies
(M); 2--Elliot (M); 3-Boulter (De-
troit Rec.); time: 1:1.2. 75-yard han-
dicaps for men: won by Hill (M); 2-
Reigle (M); 3-Gora (M); time: :35.7.
3-Payotetis; time: :11.6. 75-yard in-
dividual medley for women: won by
Rock (Turners C.C.); 2-Weisenfeld
(J.C.C.); 3-Hattendorf (B.C.S.C.);
200-yard handicap relay for men:
won by Jones, McKevitt, Ford, Fer-
guson; (M); 2-Hill, Martin, Benner,
Gora (M); 3-Reis, Reigel, White,
Jeffries (M); time: 1:42.4.

JOHN DAVIES
Lions Shoot
For League
TitleToday
SAN FRANCISCO - ( P) - The
Detroit Lions can win the West-
ern Division championship and a
shot at the National Football
League crown with a victory over
the in-an-out San Francisco 49ers
here today .
If they come through, they will
f a c e the powerful Cleveland
Browns, eastern division titlists, at
Detroit's Briggs Stadium next
week for the League crown.
* * *
A TRIUMPH would be a perfect
birthday present for Detroit coach
Buddy Parker, who turns 38 the
day of today's big game.
Because of a tie early in the
season with the New York
Yanks, a loss probably would
knock the Lions right out of the
championship picture. Both the
Chicago Bears and Los Angeles
Rams would h1ave to lose or tie
at the same time to keep the
Lions in-and that seems very
doubtful.
Detroit has a 7-3-1 record. The
Bears, who meet the Chicago Car-
dinals, and the Rams, who play
weak Green Bay, each have 7-4-0
marks.

By DICK LEWIS
One of the few basketball teams
that Michigan could beat last year
makes a reappearance in Ann Ar-
bor tomorrow night.
Butler's youthful Bulldogs will
meet the Western Conference cel-
lar dwellers in the home season's
curtain-riser at Yost Field House.
The opening jump is scheduled for
8 p.m.
'* * *
T H I S CONTEST marks the
ninth in a series which dates back
to 1935, Michigan has come out
on top in six of the clashes, in-
cluding the last two in succession.
Butler is one of the few
squads that turned in a record
worse than that of the Wolver-
ines in 1950-51.
The Bulldogs could score only
five wins in 24 efforts, but the Blue
and White five did manage to re-
cord one of the season's big upsets
by edging Iowa, 54-51. They also
dropped seven other frays to Big
Ten opposition, and were out-
scored by 229 points.
* * *
UNDER THE tutelage of coach
Tony Hinkle, now in his 23rd year
at the Indianapolis school, Butler
got off on the wrong foot against
two Big Ten opponents in the cur-
rent campaign.
Northwestern trounced the
Bulldogs, 93-57, in the season's
opener for both squads, while
Illinois outscored the Blue and
White by a 68-57 margin.
This present Butlermaggregate is
young and definitely in the re-
building stage. The roster lists
only five seniors and four jun-
iors-leaving 16 sophomores and
two freshmen on the 27-man team.
* * *
RETURNING lettermen a r e
spearheaded by Orvis Burdsall,
six-foot senior forward from Vin-
cennes, Indiana. The rangy shot-
maker tallied 262 points in 24
outings last season to lead Butler
in the scoring column.
Burdsall also heads the scor-
'ers in 1951 action. He meshed
two field goals and five of nine
free throws against Northwest-
ern, and came back with eight
two-pointers against the Illini.
Another returning letterman

and senior is six footer John Hall,
who holds down the other forward
position. Hall counted with 202
markers in the past season, but
has been held to five foul shots
in the Bulldogs' first two scraps.
Freshmen Wilbur Zobbe and
Keith Greve have been causing a
mildtsensation since making the
varsity.
* * *
ZOBBE, WHO stands 6-5, and
weighs about 200 pounds, led the
Bulldogs w i t h eleven markers
against Illinois, while Greve, a
rangy 6-1 forward, tallied a total
of 15 points against the Wildcats
and Illinois.
Other Bulldog basket-makers
include Mike Radkovic, third
highest scorer last year, juniors
Tom Huff and George Theofan-
is, and sophomores Don Hollo-
way, Harry Porter and Jack Mc-
Kenzie.
Michigan has had 16 days to lick
a humiliating 60-43 setback at'the
hands of Central Michigan, and
will take to its home hardwood
with five letter winners back from
last season's seven win, 15 loss
unit.
* * *
CAPTAIN JIM SKALA cavorts
at one forward slot, while six foot,
seven inch Dick Williams patrols
the key hole post. Tom Tierman
and Carl Brunsting are listed as

reserve forwards, with Doug Law-
rence operating as a substitute
guard.
Sophomore Milt Mead, the
Wolverines' forward and leading
scorer from Bay City, and the
sophomore guard duo of Ray
Ravichevich a nd Bob Topp
round out the starting five.
Another Michigander sure to see
action is Don Eaddy, a freshman
from Grand Rapids who can work
ords.
at either guard or forward.
Wolverine rooters will view a
major rule change in the Butler
fracas. Playing time is now di-
vided into four ten minute quar-
ters, rather than two twenty min-
ute halves as in the past.
All quarters will start with a
jump ball, and there will be a one
minute interval between the first
and second, and the third and
fourth periods.
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Reichardt will receive the Chi-
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