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- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Pucksters

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ILLINOIS CHIEF THREAT:
Tn1 i l'w Sprinters Face

Strong Opposition

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Rulemakers
Crack Down
On Roughing
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
W. Va.-(O)-College football rule-
makers tried to make it clear yes-
terday they want unnecessary
roughness stopped.
The NCAA rules committee re-
worded the regulation to get across
the idea it wants flagrant violators
of roughing rules thrown out of
the game.
IT ALSO ACTED to charge a
team with a time out for sending
in a player just to punt. This is
the only change made in the sub-
stitution rules which are the basis
of the two-platoon system.
Under the new rules, a player
may be banned from the game
and his team penalized 15 yards
for striking with the forearms,
elbows or locked hands. Before,
15 yards only was the penalty.
The Rules Committee also sub-
stituted the word "shall" for
"may" in making a flagrant viola-
tor of the personal foul rules sub-
ject to disqualification.
"THIS MAKES it mandatory in-
stead of discretionary," explained
Fritz Crisler, chairman of the
committee. "It also will impress
on both officials and coaches that
the penalty is meant to be severe."
The rulemakers also revised
the section on clipping and pil-
Ing on.
The penalty for illegal defensive
holding also will be more severe,
15 yards instead of five.

Kansas Still
Rated First,
OverIllinois
NEW YORK - (R) -Duquesne's
fast improving and unbeaten bas-
ketball team moved into the top
10 for the first time this season
in the Associated Press poll as
Kansas held on to its No. 1 rank-
ing by a narrow margin over Illi-
nois yesterday.
Duquesne (11-0), Kansas (13-
0), Illinois (11-0), Iowa (11-0)
and St. Bonaventure (9-0) are the
only major college teams still able
to boast perfect records. All five
are in the top 10 as Duquesne
jumped from 16th to seventh
place.
The law of averages caught up
with previously undefeated Indi-
ana and Seton Hall during the
week. Indiana was beaten by
both Ohio State and Iowa while
Siena knocked off Seton Hall .
Indiana dropped from 4th place
to 14th and Seton Hall slipped
from 9th to 12th.
Illinois actually received more
first place votes than Kansas this
week, 23 to 22, but the Kansans
accumulated enough second and
third place votes from the sports
writers and sportscasters to nose
out the Illini, 790 to 773. Points
are based on 10' for first, nine for
second, eight for third and so on.
1. Kansas (22) ................. 790
2. Illinois (23) .................. 773
3. Kentucky (9)................714
4. Iowa (6) ..................... 517
5. St. Louis (3) ................ 414
6. St. Bonaventure (9).......... 326
7. Duquesne (4) ................307
8. Washington (6) .............. 295
9. Kansas State (3)............281
10. West Virginia (13)............ 192

Irish Hoopsters Drop MSC,
56-48;_Stephans Tallies 18
By DICK LEWIS and ously steal the ball, which was a
GENE MACKEVICH direct result of a full court press.
EAST LANSING -- It should
only happen to Michigan. THE SPARTANS' heads-up-play
Notre Dame completely out- proved to be their best opportunity
played Michigan State here last to gain possession of the ball, since
night to coast to an easy 56-48 the Irish controlled both boards
triumph, throughout the contest.
The South-Benders fought
IN AVENGING an early sea- through a pressing Spartan de-
son 12 point setback, the fighting fense in the third period, widen-
Irish led at one point by 17 mark- ing the gap to 13 points at the
ers in breezing to their tenth win end of three sessions, 44-31.
in thirteen contests. Carey hit with three quick hook
The Spartans, who now boast shots as the final period opened
an 8-3 record, meet the Wolver- but Stephans, who was the high
ines at Ann Arbor this Saturday man for the night with 18 markers
night. began to find the hoop again.
Coach Pete Newell's aggressive A late Spartan spurt cut a 54-37
charges were miserable from the deficit to 54-46 but Stephans hit
field. Let by center Bob Carey's on a drive in and his teammates
13 point effort, the Spartans were stalled the rest of the way to ic
held to six two-pointers in the the verdict for Notre Dame.
first half, and wound up with sev- F
enteen in 66 attempt Bertrand ,F........4 4 1 12
Leslie, F0............ 1 4 1
MICHIGAN STATE took a 7-2 Gibbons, F.......... 3 4 4 10
advantage early in the opening Rosenthal, C........5 0 4 10
quarter but the Irish fought back Lewinsi, C.........31 0 0 2
Strasser, G.......... 0 3 2 3
to tie the score three times and Stephens, G ........ 9 0 4 18
salvage a 12-12 deadlock after the Totals ........... 22 12 19 56
first ten minutes.
sICHIGAN STATE G F PF TP
The Spartans were stone-cold Furseth, F.........3 3 0 9
in the next stanza. The home Eckstrom, F ........ 0 0 1 0
team could find the range for Bower, F............2 1 3 5
only eight tallies, while Notre Carlson, F...........1 0 3
Dame, behind the shooting of Carey, c.............6 2 3 14
guard John Stephans, hit for Macmaster, C........o 0 2 0
seventeen and a 29-20 lead at Wesling, G ..... 0 0 1 0
Stauffer, G.......... 1 3 1 5
intermission. Means, G.......... 0 0 3 0'
One of the major factors which Ayala, G............ 1 0 3 2
kept MSC's hopes alive in the first Schlatter, G......... 1 1 1 3
half was their ability to intercept Totals ........... 17 14 22 48
sloppy NID passes and to continu- Free throws missed: Notre Iame-
________ Stephens 4, Rosenthal 2. Lewinski 2.

Win Means
League Tie
With Denver
A strong Maize and Blue sextet
will take to its home ice at 8:00
tonight to try to make it two
straight victories this season over
arch-rival Michigan State.
The game 1s an important one
for the Wolverines, since it offers
them a chance to pull into a tie,
with Denver for the Midwest Col-
lege Hockey League lead.
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The second in a series of articles
concernin the prospects of the Mich-
igan track team. Today's article cov-
ers the short distance events.
By JOHN JENKS
Concensus of opinion has it that
Coach Don Canham will have to
spend the between-semester vaca-
tion touring the wilds of Canada
f'or ringers if Michigan is to be
successful in the short distance
events.
While the other squads, parti-
cularly Illinois, are loaded for bear
in the dash activities, the Wolver-
ine cinder contingent is slightly
hurting in this important depart-
ment.
THE 60 YARD DASH provides
a reasonable picture of the situa-
tion. Illinois has Joe Gonzales,
who won the indoor 60 and the
outdoor 220 last year.
Northwestern has James Gol-
liday, the national AAU and
Big Ten champ in the 100; while
Michigan State lays claim to
Art Ingraham, runner-up to
Golliday in the 100.
Michigan's ablest representa-
tive, Bill Konrad, was pressed to
finish fifth in the Western Con-
ference finals last spring. An even
sadder outlook is furnished by the
thought of the almost complete
vacuum behind Konrad.
THANKS TO a very promising
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Cirilo McSween on the basis of
last year's indoor performance.
Ohio State's Gene Cole, Iowa's
Gary Scott, and Wisconsin's
Leroy Collins followed McSween
across the tape in that order.
It is hard to tell how the Wol-
verines stand up against other Big
Ten team in the hurdles. The loss
of an outstanding performer such
as Don Hoover can't be brushed
aside.
HOWEVER, Van Bruner, who
finished third behind Hoover and
State's Jesse Thomas, both of
whom graduated, will be bacl , as-
sisted by capable Wally Atchison.
Junior Stielstra and Bruno Boel-
stera lends added support to this
event.
The chief competition will
come from John Anderson from
Illinois. Anderson, a South Am-
erican, ran the 120 lows in 14.2
in the Pan American races. This
time is better than anything
turned in in the Big Ten during
the last three years, according
to Canham.

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DENVER currently is on top by i
two points, but has played one
more game than Michigan.
Michigan State is in fourth
place in the ice loop, and if the
first game played this season
between the two schools is any
indication, State will probably1
find it quite difficult to move up;
in the standings tonight.
Michigan opened its current'
campaign with a lop-sided 11-1
victory over the Spartans at East
Lansing. It was a real rough-
house affair which featured more
penalties and brawls than goals
and at times looked more like a
wrestling match than a hockey
game.
* *
MICHIGAN STATE comes into
town out for revenge for their
earlier loss, and fresh on the heels
of their 4-3 upset of North Dakota
last Saturday night.
This gave them a split in their
series. Michigan might take a
warning from this, since they
were held to a split by this same
team over Christmas vacation.
The Wolverines will be at full.
strength for tonight's contest.
George:Chin and Pat Cooney are
both reported fully recovered from
minor injuries and ready to see
full-time action.
** *
CHIN SAW limited action in last
weekend's Minnesota series, since
he was suffering from a groin in-
jury. Cooney, sophomore spark-
plug of the team, was injured Fri-
day night and didn't dress for Sat-
urday's game.
Coach Vic Heyliger plans to
start his third line of Ron Mar-
tinson, Doug Mullen, and Bob
Heathcott. Heathcott is in the
midst of a hot scoring spree.
He's gotten five goals and one
assist in the last two games and
as a result now heads the team
scoring race with 18 points.

BILL KONRAD
.. . dash hope
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sophomore, Canadian Jack Car-
roll, and lettermen Al Rankin and
Joe LaRue, the 440 is in better
shape than the 60. At least one
of the trio should be able to place
in the indoor finals, a feat that
eluded the squad last year.
Illinois, as usual, has the num-
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Bertrand. Michigan State - Stack-
house 4, Furseth, Bower, Ayala.
Studies Cause
Williarns Loss
To CageSquad,
Michigan basketball Coach Er-
nie McCoy revealed yesterday that,
Dick (Stick) Williams, first-string
center on the varsity five, has quit
the cage squad due to the pressure
of studies.
The 6-7 pivot man has been
a Wolverine regular since the
second semester of last season.
He was a transfer from Vander-
bilt University.
Williams' withdrawa'l leaves Mc-;
Coy with only three veterans on
his green team, Captain Jim Skala,
Doug Lawrence and Carl Brun-
sting.
Playing in the final half of last
year's Big Ten campaign, the 22-
year old Detroiter chalked up 42
points, all in Conference games.
"Stick" has played in all eleven
games this season, scoring an even
hundred points for a 9.1 average.
His best performance this winter
came in the first Conference game
with Indiana, scoring 16 counters
as the Wolverines absorbed a 58-
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