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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

LaSalle, Bonnies Advance
To NIT Semi-Final Round

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-LaSalle and St.
Bonaventure stormed into the
semi-finals of the National Invi-
tation Basketball Tournament last
night and sharpshooting Holy
Cross cut down Seattle's popular
little scrappers, 77-72, in a belated
first round game at Madison
Square Garden.
LaSalle upset fourth-seeded St.
John's of Brooklyn, 51-45, while
St. Bonaventure, third-seeded,
squeezed out a 70-69 verdict over
Track Frosh Win
Special to The Daily
MOUNT PLEASANT - A
group of freshmen Michigan
* thinclads downed the Central
Michigan varsity here last night
by a 61 1/3 to 42 2/3 score.
Wolverine winners were John
Moule in the mile (4:28), Ross
Coates in the 60-yard dash
(6.5), George Rockwell in the
two-mile (10:27.5) and Bren-
nan Gillespie in the pole vault
(12 feet).
crippled WesternKentucky in an
unusual fray featured by wild ral-
lies and counter rallies.
* 9 *
BUT THE SRO crowd of 18,310
reached the peak of frenzy in the
final game when it attempt-.
ed to cheer wee Johnny O'Brien
and 1}is far west teammates to an
upset triumph over the taller and
obviously superior eastern quintet.
They saw O'Brien add to his
season's honors, however, by set-

ting a tournament record for
free throws, sinking 15 out of
18. The Seattle whiz, held in
check by the taller Crusaders
from the floor, wound up with a
total of 21 points.
This was disappointing to the
crowd which had expected more of
the little fellow who tallied 1,030
during the regular campaign-the
only collegian in history to rack up
more than 1,000 points in a single
season.
* * *
ST. JOHN'S outscored La Salle
from the floor, with 17 field goals
to 14, but the Philadelphians capi-
talized on free throws in the rough
and tumble game that saw a total
of 64 personal fouls, 42 of them
by St. John's.
St. Bonaventure went on a wild
scoring binge in the third quarter
for its one-point victory over
Wesern Kentucky.
LATE BASKETBALL SCORES
N.A.I.B.
Montana State 82, American Interna-
tional 66
Murray (Kentucky) State 72, Cen-
tenary 46
James Milliken 101, Elon 60
Indiana State 79, Dickinson 72
Whitworth 71, Wisconsin State 60
Hamline 91, Tampa 65
Other Scores:
Columbia 67, Cornell 46
Kansas State 79, Oklahoma 58
Kansas 72, Colorado 55
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Washington 4, Detroit A
New York (A) 7, Boston (A) 4
Cleveland 4, New York "A" (N) 0
New York "B' (N) 15, Chicago (N) 3
Cincinnati 10, Philadelphia (N) 4
St. Louis (N) 8, Boston "A" (N) 5
Philadelphia (A) 10, Boston "B" (N) 4

I-M
BRIEFS
Ten "A" team and ten "B" team
games were played in the initial
round of the residence halls' bas-
ketball play-of1s last night at the
IM building.
The top games in the "A" league
were played between Gomberg and
Adams houses and Taylor and
Michigan houses.
4 * * *
IN A HARD FOUGHT contest a
fine Gomberg team edged a very
smooth Adams house five, 24-23.
Bob Woschnitz led his team to vic-
tory with a nine point output, but
he had to share scoring honors
with Adams' Al Fey who equalled
his opponent's score.
In another thrilling contest,
Michigan house squeaked by
Taylor house by a single point
after leading by six at half-
time. Michigan's Dick Busk led
all scorers with fourteen points..
In bowling Sigma Alpha Mu,
last year's champions, advanced to
the quarter-finals by downing Pi
Lambda Phi 2519-2368. Nonny
Weinstock was high man for the
Sammies rolling a 560 series, fol-
lowed by teammate Dave Kauf-
man with 534. Kaufman's 205 took
high game honors.
BASKETBALL SCORES
"A" Games
Allan-Rumseye31,4Anderson 24
Cooley 34, Tyler 24
Fletcher 34, Chicago 30
Gomberg 24, Adams 23
Hinsdale 32, Prescott 25
Huber 25, Hayden 20
Kelsey 41, Greene 15
Michigan 27, Taylor 26j
Wenley 43, Strauss 19
Winchell 38, Williams 36
"B" Games
Allan-Rumsey 28, Gomberg 18
Anderson 28, Tyler 9
Cooley over Kelsey by forfeit
Fletcher 37, Hinsdale 18
Greene 33r, Wenley 22
Hayden 30, Strauss 14
Huber 29, Prescott 27
Michigan 15, Adams 14
Williams 37, Chicago 19'
Winchell 25, Lloyd 19

Wolverine Sextet Gets Conference Track Meet
d tSaw Four Records Fall
Rid t N CA A1 Trn i~ Thost track enthusiasts who top performers were lower
were lucky enough to get ducats men and will be around for ae
for Saturday's Big Ten meet in 1era orear

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s.

Opens Against
St. Lawrence
Little St. Lawrence University,
of Canton, N.Y., has been picked
to oppose Michigan Thursday in
the first semi-final of the 19521
NCAA hockey tournament, Wol-
verine menton Vic Heyliger said
yesterday.
Michigan was named by a 4-1
vote Sunday by midwest League
coaches to join Colorado College
as the second western playoff rep-
resentative, while St. Lawrence
(enrollment: 1400) and Yale were
Entries for the all-campus
men's doubles tournament in
badminton must be in by
March 12. The tourney starts
March 14.
--Bob Berman
designated at the same time by,
the easternaselection committee.
Winners of the semi-finals meet
Saturday for the championship.
THIS MARKS the fifth straight
year that Colorado and Michigan
have been invited to the Colorado
Springs festivities. The Wolverines,
defending champions, also copped
the title in 1948. Neither Yale nor
St. Lawrence has hit the tourney
trail previously.
An eighteen-man Michigan
party is slated to depart from
Willow Run on the Broadmoor
Special at 1:15 p.m. tomorrow,
Heyliger said.
Beside himself, manager Chuck
Hyman, and trainer Carl Isaacson,
Heyliger named a traveling squad

that includes goalie Willard Ikola,
defensemen Jim Haas, Reg Shave,
Alex McClellan, and Graham
Cragg; wings John McKennell, Ed-
die May, Paul Pelow, Doug Mullen,
Ron Martinson. George Chin, and
Pat Cooney: centers Earl Keyes,
Bob Heathcott, and Doug Philpott.
* * *
CHALKED on the blackboard in
the Coliseum dressing room yes-
terday was the score: "St. Law-:
rence 4, Toronto 2." the signifi-
cance of that score being Toronto
is the only The the two Colorado
combatants have in common.
Michigan defeated Toronto twice'
here, 6-4, and 4-1. Heyliger says,
"A word to the wise is sufficient."
The "Larries" and Eli's are rat-'
ed second and third, respectively,
in eastern circles, but both got the
not when Boston College, the top-.
ranked outfit, was withdrawn from
consideration because of a squab-
ble over a proposed playoff.
Michigan ended its fifth 20-
game season in as many years
by downing Michigan Tech here
last weekend, 11-4, and 4-3. Last
year's NCAA championship team
had a similar record, winning
20, losing four, and tying one.
However a glance at the final'
scoring statistics shows this year
the Michigan goal production fell
off from last season's record-break-
ing accumulation.
FINAL TEAM SCORING TOTALS

The 1951-52 aggregation has
tallied 148 times in 24 games, as
compared to 197 for 25 starts last
year. However this is balanced by
the defensive totals of 66 goals
against the current campaign,
as against 97 a year ago.
Iowa's Darlig
Leads Big Ten
All-Star Team
..CHICAGO, -WP)- Five differ-
ent schools won berths on the
1952 all-Big Ten basketball team
picked by Conference coaches.
Sole unanimous choice was
Iowa's all-America center, Chuck
Darling, who re-wrote the league
record book this season.
Champion Illinois contributed
guard Rod Fletcher, who missed
a sweep by one vote. The other
guard was Ab Nicholas of the
Three diving events will be
held tonight at 9 p. m. These
will be for all-campus, general
and professional fraternities.
--Earl Riskey
lowly Wisconsin team which up-
set Illinois and runner-up Iowa in
its last two starts. Nicholas is the
only repeater from the 1951 AP all-
star team.
Honored at forwards were Paul
Ebert, Ohio State's scintillating
sophomore, and Purdue's hustling
Carl McNulty.
The all-star lineup:
FIRST TEAM
Forwards-Paul Ebert, Ohio State,
and Carl McNulty, Purdue.
Center-Chuck Darling, Iowa.
Guards-Rod Fletcher, Illinois, and
Ab Nicholas, Wisconsin.

Champaign will be talking about'
the spectacle they witnessed for3
the next ten years.-
It will probably be a long time
before two such powerful, evenly
matched teams collide again in
Western Conference indoor com-
petition.
MICHIGAN AND ILLINOIS so
completely dominated the meet
that together they won 10 of the
even dozen events and grabbed
111 3/5 of the 180 total points.
Their equality was brought out by
the fact that each captured five
firsts.
It will probably be even long-
er before the record book will
take the beating it took Satur-
day. In. all, four conference
marks fell by the wayside in a
timer's field day.
John Ross lowered the boom on
the mile record to chop' off a
whole second and give Michigan
one record effort. Illinois claims
two record performance, one in
the high jump, the other in the
half-mile, while Iowa's sterling
mile relay team accounted for the
final mark.
BUT .PERHAPS the most re-
markable thing about the meet
was the fact that so many of the

Of the 11 individual event
winners, no less than six are
freshmen or sophomores. Three
of them, Jack Carroll, Fritz
Nilsson and Ross, all sopho-
mores, are Wolverines. Carroll
runs the 440, Nilsson handles
the shot, and Ross is an 880
and mile man.
Ron Mitchell, record breaking
high jumper from Illinois, is only
a freshman, while teammate Wil-
lie Williams. who finished first
in the 70-yard low hurdles and
second in the dash, is a sopho-
more.
Northwestern's Jim Golliday,
still a freshman, rounds out the
youngster brigade. Golliday took
first in a tough 60-yard dash
field, but didn't break any recolds
in the process, which is slikhtly
irreg~ular for him.
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Bob Heathcott
Earl Keyes
Pat Cooney
Doug Mullen
George Chin
John McKennell
John Matchefts
Doug Philpott
Ron Martinson
Jim Hals
Alex McClellan
Paul Pelow
Reggie Shave
Graham Cragg
Eddie May
Telly Mascarin
TOTALS

G
13
16
17
18
16
15
14
8
6
5
6
.7
1
0
4)
148

A
29
21
18
16
18
19
13
15
16
14
8
5
9
4
2
0
207

Pts. Pm
42 30
37 8
35 28
34 18
34 10
34 15
27 26
26 4
24 20
20 29
13 57
11 19
11 20
5 24
2 0
0 2j
355 310

SECOND TEAM
Forwards-Irv Bemoras, Illinois, and
Ed Kalafat, Minnesota.
Center-Don Schlundt, Indiana.
Guards-Bob Clifton, Iowa, and
Bob Masters, Indiana.

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