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,TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'UNBEATEN ILLINI NEXT:

Ohio State Upends Hoosiers;

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Darling Paces Iowa Attack;
Mead, Skala Lead Michigan;

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Dro 15-14
Meet to Pitt
Michigan's grapplers sustained
two losses over the recent holiday
vacation, only one of which was
reflected iU the record books.
In losing to a good Pittsburgh
team Saturday night 15-14, the
Wolverines suffered an even more
important loss when Miles Lee,
sensational 157 pound sophomore,
was forced to forfeit his match
because of a dislocated elbow.
LEE, WHO IS highly regarded
by the Michigan coaching staff,
was leading his opponent at the
time of the injury. It is expected
that he will be out of the lineup
for a major part of the season.
Larry Nelson, who is on the
sick list with an injured knee,
was also unable to appear in the
Pittsburgh meet.
* * *
MICHIGAN points were earned
in the match by Jack Gallon lt
137 pounds, Captain Bud Hol-
combe at 167 pounds, Dick
O'Shaugnessy at 177 pounds and
Art Dunne in the heavyweight
division, all of whom won, and
also by Dave Space who earned
stwo points with a tie.

Wolverine Athletes Busy
Over Christmas Holiday

Michigan State,
S4COLUMBUS .Ohio
5.4 6 Sate's lowly Buckeyes upset un-
defeated Indiana, ranked fourth
in the Associated Press poll, 73-72.
last night. Indiana had won eight
A PLstight games. The Buckeye vic-
j tory was its third in nine starts.
P oll Two field goals by reserve guard
Dean Cook made the score 72-71.
13 S With three seconds to go Ohio
y State reserve forward Tommy
Hague got a free throw, but
a sas Fissed. ick Dawe recovered the
Sballin the scramble and put in the
winning points.

Illini Also Win
EAST LANSING-/P)-Michi-
gan State blasted its way into
the win column of the Western
Conference basketball race last
night by throwing a barrage of
baskets to overpower Nor'th-
western 82-49 before a crowd of
8,184.
CHAMPAIGN. Ill.-(.)-Unde-
feated Illinois, trailing 30-20 in
the second quarter, broke loose in
the last half last night to trim
Wisconsin 53-49 for its second
successive Big Ten basketball vic-
tory and its ninth of the season.

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While most students were set-
tling down to turkey with the
trimmin's, the Wolverine basket-
ball and hockey squads were car-
rying on a stiff holiday competi-
tive schedule.
The cage squad put together
some high scormg Yule season
basketball to pull out three of its
five encounters.
* *4 *
A SIX-POINT SPURT in the
fourth period carried the Wolver-
ines to their first victory of the
season, a 58-55, triumph over
Colorado.
The quintet then made one of
their finest efforts of the year
in bowing to Penn State, 62-60,
in the opening round of the
Steel Bowl Round Robin Tour-
ney, having given the top de-
fensive five in the nation the
scare of its life.
In the consolation round of the
tournament, the Maize and Blue
recorded an easy 66-52 win over
Virginia.
* * *
SCORING on 42 per cent of its
shots, the Wolverine five started
the New Year off right by crush-
ing Princeton 62-44. -
Indiana's unbeaten Hoosiers
proved too much for Michigan
in the Big Ten opener for both
teams at Bloomington Saturday
night.

In scoring their eighth succes-
sive triumph, Indiana had its
hands full with captain Jim Skala
and center Dick Williams who ac-
counted for a total of 36 markers
in the 58 to 46 loss.
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IN HOCKEY, the formerly
bright picture for Vic Heyliger's
Wolverines has clouded over as a
result of two losses in the last four
games, both of which were worth
two points in the Midwestern
Hockey League standings.
The second night misery (all
Wolverine losses this season
came the second game of a
series) plagued the Maize and
Blue Saturday at North Dakota
as the Nodaks downed the
NCAA champs , 4-2, after Hey-
liger's lads had triumphed by an
identical 4-2 count the previous
night.
The victory was North Dakota's
first over Michigan in four years
and eleven contests, and also the
Northmen's initial win in league
play.
AFTER SINKING Denver, 7-5,
Thursday, December 21, the Wol-
verines fell victim to the second
night jinx and succumbed, 5-4, to
the Westerners when a spirited
rally fell just short of knotting the
score in the third period.
Coach Neil Celley's Denver out-
fit, conquerors of Minnesota New
Year's day, remains in a tie with
Michigan for first place in the
league standings. Both have six
points, but Denver has a game in
hand.

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THE LOCALS were consider-
ably hampered by the limited play
of lanky center Dick Williams who
picked up three personal fouls in
44 * 44

last four minutes when the Hawk-
eyes began freezing, the second
half was better played all around.
The Wolverines shook men loose
for clear shots at the hoop on sev-
eral occasions, and shot averages
improved accordingly.
Michigan's success at the foul
line showed marked improve-
ment over earlier appearances,
14 of 18 tries finding their way
through the basket. The Iowans
managed to net only 12 of 26
charity tosses.
Still experimenting to find a
winning five on his youthful squad,
Coach Ernie McCoy tried several
combinat*ns. He started with
Entries for the All-Campus
Badminton Singles Tournament
are now being accepted at the
I-M building. Entries will close
Wednesday afternoon, January
9.
--Vic Boukaert
Skala, Ray Pavichevich, Williams,
Lawrence and Don Eaddy. The
second half opened with Skala,
Eaddy, Bob Topp, Mead and
Jewell in the Harness.
In a preliminary game, the
Michigan Jayvees lost a thriller
to the University of Detroit re-
serves, 58-53.
* * *

NEW YORK--UP)-For the sec-
ond straight week. unbeaten Kan-
sas tops the nation's college bas-
ketball teams in the Associated
Press poll of sports writers and
sportscasters.
Settling down to its regular
schedule after winning the Big
Seven Tournament, over the holi-
days. Kansas thumped Oklahoma
for its 11th consecutive victory.
KANSAS drew 38 firsts on the
102 ballots that produced a shuf-
fling but no upheaval in the first
ten places.
Illinois, racing past Minne-
sota to make its record 8-0,
clung to second place with 21
firsts. In point score, based on
ten for first, nine for second
and so on, Kansas led Illinois,
812 to 774.
Six of the first 10 teams are un-
beaten. They are Kansas (11-0),
Illinois (8-0), Indiana (8-0), St.
Bonaventure (7-0). Seton Hall
10-0) and Iowa (8-0),
These records include games
through Jan. 6.

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I' Natators Pace West
In 25-11 Win over East

IOWA
Davis F
Thompson'
Jarnagin F
Darling C
Clifton G
Greene G
Stenger G
Buckless G
Totals............
MICHIGAN
Skala F
Pavichevich F
Jewel F
Williams C
Mead C
Lawrence G
Eaddy G
Topp G
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Indiana (3)
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Seton hall (5)
Iowa (2)
SECOND TEN
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Scoring a man in every event
the Michigan natators paced the
West to a 25-11 victory over the
East in the thirteenth annual
East-West swimming meet at Fort
Lauderdale, Florida, on December
30.
The Wolverines, who open their
Conference schedule against
Northwestern in the Intramural
Pool Saturday evening, participat-
ed inthe East-West meet while
spending the Christmas vacation
in Florida.
BUMPY JONES, Don Hill, Tom
Benner, Stew Elliott, Ron Gora,
Jim White, John Sampson, Rusty
Carlisle, and John Chase placed
in the winning cause for the West.
Jones turned in winning per-
formances in both the 400-
meter free-style and the 150-
meter individual medley. He also
swam the backstroke leg on the
300-meter medley relay team
which placed third in the meet.
An Ohio State trio of Jack Tay-
lor, Gerald Holan, and Frank

Dooley won the medley with a
time of 3:19.5.1
Hill and Gora swam on the win-
ning 200-meter and 400-meter
free-style relay teams. They
teamed up with Ken Peterson of
Northwestern and Bill Nicholson
of Iowa in the 200-yard relay and
swam with Nicholson and Dick
Cleveland of Ohio State in an-
nexing the longer race.

Score by quarters:
Iowa 15 11 20 8-54
Michigan 10 14 13 9-46
Free throws missed-Iowa-Davis 2,
Thompson 3, Jarnagin 1, Darling 2,
Clifton 1, Greene 2, Stengre 1. Michi-
gan-Pavichevich 1, Jewel 1, ead 1,
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