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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hawkeyes Trample Maize an Blue Cage

rs, 82-5

Iowa, Illini
Still Knotted
In BigTen
Special to The DaiLy
IOWA CITY-Iowa's Hawkeyes
kept pace with Illinois in the Big
Ten basketball race last night by
handing Michigan a decisive 82-59
setback.
The victory was the seventh in
eight league contests for the
Hawkeyes, while the loss dropped
the Wolverinec to one-half game
from the loop cellar with a 2-6
record..
IOWA was led by 6' 8" center
Chuck Darling, whose 29 points
gave him a new school record of
405 points, six more than Murray
Weir's season total set four years
ago.
The Wolverines jumped off to
an early lead, but, the home
team went ahead a few seconds
before the end of the first quar-
ter.
Michigan seemed to be in the
contest until halftime when the
teams walked off the court sepa-
rated only by eight points. Three
quick baskets by Darling put the
Hawkeyes 22 points ahead shortly
after the third period began, and
Iowa coach Bucky O'Connor be-
gan to substitute freely.
MICHIGAN scoring honors
went to Tom Tiernan who collect-
ed 12 points on four field goals
and the same number of free
throws. Captain Jim Skala and
guard Don Eaddy also hit double
figures by collecting 11 points and
10 tallies, respectively.
Coach Ernie McCoy tried in
vain to get some scoring punch in
the front line by using a total of
six forwards. Milt Mead played
the entire contest at center for
the Maize and Blue.

Cagers Vacate Basement
As MSC, Wildcats Fall

An even split in four between
semesters basketball tilts enabled
Coach Ernie McCoy's cagers to
emerge from the Big Ten cellar
and threaten three teams for
leadership of the second division.
But the Wolverine hopes were
weakened by the loss of freshmen
Bob Jewell, Ralph Kauffman and
Dick Powless. The trio was de-
clared ineligible for second semes-
ter play due to scholastic difficul-
ties.
THE WOLVERINES s c o r e d
their most decisive victory by
trouncing Michigan State, 50-36,
in a thrill-filled struggle at Yost
Field House.
In chalking up its first Wes-
tern Conference success, Michi-
gan packed more punch in a 21-
point third period than it could
muster in a meagre 12-point
output for the entire first half.
Freshman guard Don Eaddy
and sophomore center Milt Mead
ignited the third period surge
which caught the Spartans with
a minute to go.
EADDY found the range with
two long set shots just before the
session ended to give the Wolver-
ines a 31-28 margin which they
never relinquished.
Michigan dropped a two-point
home court decision to Northwes-
tern and then travelled to Evans-
ton to snatch a two-point win
from the Wildcats.
Paced by Chicago forward Larry
Dellefield, Northwestern held off
a last-minute Maize and Blue
rally to top the Wolverines, 59-57.
Following deadlocks of 19-19
at the quarter and 33-33 at the
half, Northwestern took a 54-40
lead with four minutes left in
the third stanza and held the
Wolverines at bay the rest of
the way.
Michigan overcame a 13-point

Northwestern advantage to defeat
the Wildcats, 71-69,,on the Evans-
ton hardwood.
The Maize and Blue rallied to
knot the count at 68-all with three
minutes to go, and clinched the
contest a minute later as Captain
Jim Skala, high scorer with 21
tallies, hit from the floor with a
one-hander. Diminutive Doug
Lawrence added an insurance free
throw in the waning seconds.
In a non-contest test following
a 12-day layoff, Michigan dropped
a 64-57 decision to Marquette at
Milwaukee.

Big Ten
Standings
W L

Iowa................
Illinois..............
Minnesota............
Indiana..............
Michigan State ......
Ohio State .......,...
Northwestern......
Wisconsin ...........
MICHIGAN...........
Purdue .............

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7
7
4
4
4
4
T.
2
2

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1
4
5
6
5
6
7

-Pct.
.875
.875
.70
.500
.444
.444
.400
.286
.250
.222

JOHN MATCHEFTS
... a costly ineligibility

FOURTH STRAIGHT:
Wolverine Matmen Beat
Iowa; Take Six Matches

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MICHIGAN
Pavichevich, F
Tiernan, F ........
Levitt, F.........
Brunsting, F ......
Codwell, F........
Skala, F..........
Mead, C.........
Eaddy, G........
Lawrence, G .......
Cook, G..........
TOTALS .......
IOWA
Davis, F ..........
Thompson, F ......
Cochrane, F.......
Jarnagin, F.....
Fritz, F......
Adams, F........
Diehl, C-..........
Darling, C.........
Hettrick, C.......
Maul, C..........
Clifton, G........
Greene, G........
Buckles, G ........
McBride, G........
Stark, G ...........
Rost, G ......
Ridley, G
TOTALS........
Iowa ....... 19 :
Michigan ....16 7

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28 82
20-82
11-59

Box Score

Michigan's hustling grapplers
wrecked their fourth straight be-
tween-semesters opponent last
night when they defeated a good
but not good enough Iowa team,
18-6.
The Wolverine matmen were
never headed as they grabbed off
six of eight matches, with only
Snip Nalan and Captain Bud Hol-
combe biting the dust.
In the first between semesters
meet, Toledo took it on the
chin from the Wolverines, 20-8
as the Rockets' Lanzi brothers
carne through in the two heavi-
er weights and garnered all of
Toledo's points.
Next Michigan defeated an al-
ways powerful Purdue team, 21-3
in the first home meet of the
season. Jack Moreno, a Boiler-
maker veteran, salvaged the only
Purdue win.
Only 1 a s t Friday Michigan
eame up with perhaps the tough-
est win of all when they beat out
a strong Illinois team, 15-9.
* * .
123 POUNDS-Larry Nelson (Michi-.
gain) defeated John Engelby (Iowa)
11-2, three points for Michigan.
130 POUNDS-Phil Duggan (Iowa)
defeated Snippy Nalan (Michigan),
4-0, three points for Iowa.
137 POUNDS-Jack Gallon (Michi-
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7-2, three points for Michigan.
147 POUNDS-Dave Space (Michi-
gan) defeated Charles Woodruff
(Iowa), 12-2, three points for Michi-
gan.
157 POUNDS-Miles Lee (Michigan)
defeated Arnold Schnoebelen (Iowa),
9-1, three points for Michigan.
166 POUNDS-Don Heaton (Iowa)
defeated Bud Holcomnbe(Michigan),
5-0, three p~oints for Iowa.
177 POUNDS-Dick O'Shaughnessy
(Michigan) defeated Dean Lansing
(Iowa), 12-3, three points for Michi-
gan.
HEAVYWEIGHT - A r t (Moose)
Dunne (Michigan) defeated George
Myers (Iowa), 6-4, three points for
Michigan.

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