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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Burdsall-Led Butler Squad
Defeats Wolverines, 63-tm

,;

j Continued from Page 1) j
Ray Stewart threw in 14 counters
from his center position to tie
Skala for runners-up honors.
The biggest local threat of the
evening came early in the thirdf
quarter when Ernie McCoy's cag-
ers pulled to within 34-43 of the
victors.
With big "Stick" Williams bat-
ting in four rebounds, the Wol-
verines appeared on the way until
breakaway dashes by Stewart,
Burdsall and Jim Crosley hoisted
the score to 51-34. Again in the
final stanza with Skala, Williams
and Kauffman leading the parade,
Michigan threatened to get back
in the game. A semi-freeze by the
visitors put the brakes to such
goings on and averted frantic last-
minute tries by the McCoymnen.
Both squads used a man-to-man
defense and played fire-wagon
style when the occasion permitted.
Late in the game the Wolverines
This Week
HOCKEY
Thursday, Dec. 20, Denver,
8 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 21, Denver, 8
P.M.
BASKETBALL
Thursday, Dec. 20, Pennsyl-
vania, 8 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 22, Colorado.
8 p.m.
modified their defense to permit
double teaming Burdsall, and suc-
ceeded in holding him to )nly one
basket in the last quarter.
TOM TIERNAN played for the
first time this season and gave
one brief flash before retiring. A
scant ten seconds after entering
he tallied on a one-handei outside
the key.
McCoy toyed with several line-
ups in an attempt to find a win-
ning combination. He started with
Don Eaddy and Ray Pavichevichi
at guards, Williams at center and

Sigma Phi Epsilon, on the of-'
fense throughout the 45 minute1
playing time, swept to an impres-
sive 9-0 victory over Prescott
House in I-M hockey play last
night.
Goalie Joe Lowrey coasted to an
easy shutout as Lorne Norton led
the Sig Eps by scoring the hat
trick, while Joe Hipfel and Roger1
Maugh both pushed two goals
past the harassed Prescott goalie.I
IN OTHER hockey contests. Chi
Psi led by Pe Ga-is, who scored
two goals, tied Phi Kappa Sigma
4-4. Sigma Nu overpowered Kappa
Sigma.'?-l, and Phi Sigma Kappa
tied with Strauss House, 3-3.
The Law Chli slammed its,
way to a stunning 4-0 shutout
victory over Nu Sigma Nu in the
professional fraternity volley-
ball championships last night. In
a second place playoff, Alpha
Chi Sigma defeated Phi Delta
Phi, 4-1.

Wildcats Rout
St. John's Five
LEXINGTON - P- Kentucky
sash ed St John's 81-40,hr
sahdS.Jh'514,rlast night in a ba-ttile of the na-
tion's No. 1 and 2 basketball
powers.
Cliff Hagan, a leaping, twist-
ing young man with a damag-
ing right hand, and little Bobby
Watson, fired 25 points apiece
in Kentucky's unexpected rout.
Hagan and Frank Ramsey con-I
trolled the rebounds on both
boards and little Watson fired
from the outside to humiliate St.
John's, previously unbeated in five
starts.
COLLErG: AISKETIBAT.
Florida 69 ia i 65
Georgetown 88 'atholic U. 44
American University 50 Roanoke 44
Boston ('ollege 70 Roston University
48
Wisconsin 55 St. Louis University 54
Bowling Green 94 Loyola of the
south 69
No<r- Idame' i Loyola of Chicago 57
Ten «eise e 61 Clemson 52
Kansas State 9, .amline 73
Iowa 60 Washington (St. Louis) 53
Vanderbilt 55 Texas Tech 49
Alabama 80 Mississippi 7i9
Louisiana State university 59 Texas
South Carolina 84 Wake Forest 64

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-Daily-Roger Reinke
ORVIS BURDSALL
*

Skala and Mead at forwards, but In other playoff contests. Phi
substituted freely, particularly at Chi and Delta Sigma Delta beat
guard. Alpha Kappa Kappa and Psi Ome-
Officials' whistles tooted at a ga by identical 4-0 scores.
better than one-a-minute clip
throughout the contest. In all 46 N THE semi finals of fraternity
violations were called, 26 for Mich- Handball, Sigma Alpha Mu blank-
iganand 0 fo Buter.ed Sigma Phi Epsilon, taking both
igan and 20 for Butler. geeet an th dobe
. Williams was the only player on single events and the doubles
either team to leave the game via match. In residence handball, Kel-
the personal foul route. He col- sey House won the hard way, just
lected his fifth with less than eking past Hinsdale House 2-1.
three minutes to go. Dave Yates, of Kappa Sigma
fraternity, winner of the 123 lb.
MICHIGAN fraternity wrestling championship
FG FT T PF defeated Bob Smith, winner of the
Eaddy 1 It2?residence hall championship in
Lawrevch 0 0z 4that weight class for the all-cam-
Mead :3 3 9 > pus crown by pinning him in four
Skala 5 4 14 2 minutes flat.
F Williams 5 ? 2 miuts a
r Topp 0 1 1 2
Kauffman 5 2? 12 4I
Tiernan 1 0 1 2 7 !'"t- IOLIIAYS
Levitt 0 0 0 1 '
runstinook Your For Tose
Total 20 13 53 26 Special Occasions -
BUTLER 8 BARBERS4
FG FT TP P1' INI
Greve 1 3 5 3 I1
Roephe4 210
Burdsali 91105 THE DASCOLA BARBERS
12 5?29 4
Stewart 5 4 14 4 Near Mich 'iTeater
S Crosley 1 1 3 2 I .. - _
!Radkovic 1 0 2 I)-0
Zobbe 0 0) 0 1
EHollaway 0 0 0 2
Total 24 15 63 20
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--Daily-Roger Reinkhe
GOING UP--Ralph Kauffman (14) and Milt Mead (23) try to tip in a loose ball at the Michigan
basket as an unidentified Butler defender jumps against them. Moving in to assist are Jim Skala
(under basket) and Bob Topp (33) for the Wolverines, and Bill Roepke (24) and Orvis Burdsall
(15) of the victorious Bulldogs.

Lions Lose;
Rams Take
Loop Crown
The Los Angeles Rams, repre-
senting the National Conference,
and the Cleveland Browns, winner
in the American loop, will give a
repeat performance of their 1950
championship game when they
tangle in the professional football
version of the World Series in Los
Angeles Sunday to decide this
year's National Football League
champion.
The Rams earned the-privilege
by downing Green Bay 42-14,
while the San Francisco 49ers
were busy upsetting the Detroit
Lions, 21-17, and the Chicago
Bears were losing to their cross-
town rivals, the Cardinals, to the
tune of 24-14.
Even though it was the Rams
that finally ended up in first
place, the big game last Sunday
was between the Lions and the
49ers.
Here Detroit fans saw the van-
ishment of a 16 year dream when
"spoiler" quarterback Y. A. Tittle
sneaked two yards for the victor's
third and winning TD with three
and a half minutes left in the
game.
Final Slaiiigs

KINER LEADS SLUGGERS:

Musial Cops Batting Title for Fifth Year

NEW YORK-(P) -Stan (Thel
Man) Musial, sensational St. Louis'
Cardinal outfielder-first baseman,'
walked off with a hatful of 1951
National League offensive honors
including the official batting title.
F i g u r e s released yesterday
showed that Musial compiled a
.355 figure which gave him his
fifth batting crown. He has play-
ed 10 seasons in the Majors, all
with the Redbirds. Only two other
National League greats, Hans
Wagner with eight, and Rogers
Hornsby, with seven, have won
more championships. Both were
righthanded hitters. Musial is the
only lefthander to lead his League
more than three times.
* * *
THE 30-YEAR-OLD Donora,
Pa., slugger was at the head or
near the top in all other depart-
ments where the bat is essential.
He accumulated the most total
bases, 355; tied with Gus Bell of
Pittsburgh for the most triples,
12; and shared the runs scoring
honors with the Pirates' Ralk Kin-
er at 124.
Musial now holds the record
of leading his league in three-
baggers five times and in runs
scored for eight consecutive
years. His .347 lifetime mark is
the highest in the Majors.
Stan didn't win any other indi-
vidual honors but ranked second
with 205 hits and fourth with 108
runs batted in and 32 home runs.
His 30 doubles were up among the
leaders.
AS HE HAS done in each of the
six years he's been in the league,
Kiner clouted the most home runs,
42. That tied a Major League rec-
ord held by Babe Ruth and en-

abled the 29-year-old Californian'
to retain the distinction as the
only player to lead his league ini
homers every year he's been in it.1
New York's Cinderella Giants
boasted two individual leaders in
big Monte Irvin and team cap-;
tain Alvin Dark. Irvin led the
league with 121 runs batted in
and Dark was high man with 41
two-baggers.
Although the Philadelphia Phil-
lies dropped from first to fifth,
Richie Ashburn, their fleet cen-
terfielder, enjoyed his best season.
Runner-up to Musial with a .344,
mark, Ashburn collected 221 hits
including 181 singles, both top fig-
ures. Outfielder Carl Furillo of theI
Dodgers went to bat the most
times, 667, while only four players,
Furillo and Gil Hodges of Brook-
lyn, Earl Torgeson of Boston and
Ashburn, took part in all their
team's games.
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stole the most bases, drew the
most walks and batted in the most
runs. The Dodgers won every-
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