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THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Finally at 19:04 Pat Cooney
stole the puck from the Spartans
just alongside of their nets and
rammed the disc past Del Reid for
the lead that the Wolverines never
relinquished.
COACH Vic Heyliger's men then
added a trio of goals in each of
.the remaining periods to breeze
to the hard earned victory.
Doug Mullen and McKennell
led the Maize and Blue goal-
getters with two apiece, but the
team's leading scorer, Bob
Heathcott kept up his pace with
three points on a goal and two
assists.
The second period was the
;quietest 20 minutes of the night,
but it saw the Wolverines move
Oh Come Now!
IONIA.Mich. - (AP) - Here's
how quarterback Al Dorow of
Michigan State would compare
All-Americans Vic Janowicz of
Ohio State and Dick Kazmaier
of Princeton:
If Janowicz, one of the great-
est football players I've ever
seen, had played with us he
would have run wild. Kazmaier
probably wouldn't have made
the Michigan State first team
last year. He ran straight up
in comparison to Janowicz who
drove through with his head
down."
into a commanding 4-0 lead before
4 the Spartans' John Mayes beat
Willard Ikola in the Michigan nets
for State's only score.
* * *
PRIOR TO that Mullen, Mc-
Kennell and George Chin had tal-
lied for the Wolverines. Mullen's
goal came on his own rebound af-
ter he received the puck on a
cross rink pass from Heathcott
who had stolen the rubber at the
MSC blue line.
McKennell and Chin notched
their goals within a minute and
a half of each other. McKennell
was credited with his score be-
caase his stick was the last to
touch a deflected screen shot
that Reggie Shave sent toward
the Spartan net from 30 feet
out.
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cott found an open net and Mul-
len and McKennell added their
second tallies in that order.
The period was also marked by
the second fight of the evening
this one between Jim Haas of
Michigan and Bill McCormick of
MSC. Both were banished accord-
ing to the mandatory NCAA rule
on fisticuffs.
* * *
FIRST PERIOD: 1 - Michigan,
Cooney (unassisted), 19:04,
Penalties-Michigan: Chin (board-
ing), McKennell (high stick), Keyes
(tripping); all two minutes. Michi-
gan: Matchefts (fighting); MSC:
Passerini (fighting); both five min-
utes, match misconduct.
SECOND PERIOD: 2-Michigan,
Mullen (Heathcott), 4:01; 3-Michi-
gan, McKennell (Shave, Pelow), 9:52;
4-Michigan, Chin (Cooney, Ilaas),
11:25; 5-MSC, Mayes (Raz), 19:29.
Penalties-MSC: Barry (boarding);
two minutes.
THIRD PERIOD: 6 - Michigan,
Heathcott (Martinson, Keyes), 4:36;
7-Michigan, Mullen (Heathcott),
11:29; 8-Michigan, McKennell (Phil-
pott), 16:16.
Penalties-MSC: Raz (high stick);
two minutes; Michigan: Shave (un-
necessary roughness), five minutes;
Haas (fighting); MSC: McCormick
(fighting),tboth five minutes, match
misconduct.

By DICK SEWELL
While the rest of the campus is
busy taking and recovering from
final exams Michigan's scarred
hardwood warriors will take the
court in four Big Ten contests and
one non-league encounter.
The Wolverines will meet Mich-
igan State this Saturday, and
Northwestern on Monday, January
21, in home games; and are sche-
duled to do battle with Marquette
on Saturday, February 2, North-
western again on Saturday, Feb-
ruary 9, and Iowa on Monday,
February 11 in away tilts.
* * *
BOTH HOME GAMES will start
at 8:00 p.m. at Yost Fieldhouse.
The battle with the Spartans
looms as a real toughy for Mc-
Coy's young charges. MSC will
come to town with a 8-3 season
mark. Last year the Green and
White handed the Wolverines
their lumps on two occasions,
wining 49-36 and 43-32.
Pacing the Spartan attack are
forwards Keith Stackhouse and
Bill Bower. Footballer Bob Carey
once again holds down the center
berth.
ON THE OTHER side of the
picture, the MSC offense is the
most powerful in recent years.
Northwestern found this out early
this season when Michigan State
trounced them 82-49 to establish a
new Jenison Fieldhouse record.
The Wildcats' roster mirrors
Michigan's lack of experience.
Coach Harold Olsen can claim
only three returning lettermen

from a squad that finished
fourth in last year's Big Ten
race. Captain Bernie Brady is
the only regular returning.
* * *
IOWA, CURRENTLY tied for
the Big Ten lead with Illinois, will
give the Wolverines a second
SAM Triumphs
Sigma Alpha Mu had little
trouble winning the fraternity
handball championship yester-
day as it whipped Delta Kappa
Epsilon in two straight events,
2-0.
Nonnie Weinstock easily took
the singles title and the "Sam-
mies" doubles team of Bart
Mann and Dave Kauffman also
won decisively.
chance to pull an upset when the
two teams clash at Iowa City.
In the first game this winter,
the Hawkeyes stopped the locals
by a 54-46 count with big cen-
ter Chuck Darling leading the
way with 17 timely markers.

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Move To Eliminate Extra Point Two Frosh

Defeated by NFL Execiuves

NEW YORK-(/)-The National
Football League Rules Committee,
in effect, last night rejected pro-
posals for elimination of the point
Texan's Offer
To uy nGrid
Yanks Fails
NEW YORK-(/)-A bid by an
unidentified Dallas man to buy,
the New York Yanks' franchise in
the National Football League and
transfer it to Texas has been re-
jected, a spokesman for owner Ted
Collins said today.
"IT IS THE first concrete offer
we have received," Collins' attor-;
ney, Myron Engelman said. "It
was transmitted to us by Bert Bell
(NFL commissioner). Mr. Collins
said we should forget it."
Collins, a radio producer who
has lost a reported $1,500,000
dabbling in pro football in Bos-
ton and New York, is reported
insistent on staying In New
York, when- nis club drew only
76,027 in six home games last
season.c

after touchdown and for a sudden
death playoff of tie games.
The committee voted 7 to 5 in
favor of eliminating the extra
point and making each touchdown
count seven points but a 10-2 vote

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IWalters, Bates Lead
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Michigan Tech 69 Northern Michi-
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Toledo 62 Wayne 60
Detroit Tech 69 Assumption 53
Pro Basketball (NBA)
Minneapolis 108 Boston 94
Milwaukee 77 Baltimore i t
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Chicago 6 New York 4

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niecessary or passage. A pair cf freshman, Jim Wal-
ters and Charlie Bates, have
COMMISSIONE R Bert Bell, stepped to the forefront of Michi-
ho recommended both changes, gan's somewhat inexperienced
id the proposed rules changes roster of divers.
ould still be brought up at Fri- Walters, a former Illinois State
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Backing up Walters and Bates
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ork Giants. high school diving experience at
Meanwhile, a spokesman for Bristol, Connecticut.
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COACH MATT Mann's squad
will face Bowling Green tomorrow
night at the season's second dual
meet. This non-conference coin-
*petition will enable the diving en-
try to gain valuable experience for
the big battles with Michigan
State and Ohio State next month.

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