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AY, FEBRUARY 19, 1952

T"H E MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

Wolverines Eke Out One-Point Win over Wis

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HOPES STILL ALIVE:
Sextet's Future Hinges on North Dakota
n a * *

r By BOB LANDOWNE
The, Wolverine hockey team
will have its eyes keenly peeled
toward the Rockies this week.
The Maize and Blue pucksters
will be rooting for the North.Da-
kota team that will be visiting
that area to play a two-game
series with both Colorado College
and Denver, who are now dead-
locked with Michigan in a three-
way tie for the leadership of the
Midwest Coll eg1ia t e Hockey
League.
AT PRESENT both Denver and
Colorado have 8-2 records which
give them 16 points. On the
basis of two points for each win
Michigan also has 16 points in
league play, but has lost three
times.
In order to be able to defend
their NCAA championship in
this year's tournament in
March, the Wolverines must
finish either first or second in
the league to get invited to the
playffs.
If the Iodaks can dump each of
Michigan's two rivals once, that
would precipitate a final three-
way tie. If one of the contending
teams was to lose twice, it would
drop to third place and out of
tournament consideration, leaving
Laugh With
MSC SPARTAN
BUY TODAY
JOKES -CARTOONS
LAUGHS, TC.

hung on in Saturday's contest un-
til they finally ended up with
their overtime victory.
* * *
THE PRESSURE was visible in
the first period as the Tigers led
1-0 on Omer Brandt's first of
three goals.
Once John McKennell tied
the score on a tough angle shot
near the end of the period, the
Wolverines loosened up and
showed their best hockey in the
middle stanza.
Jim Haas was the offensive
standout of the period. A fancy
stickhandling defenseman, Haas
scored one goal and beautifully
set up another.
He helped Michigan to a 2-1
lead at the one-minute mark of
the second period when he man-
euvered the puck through most of
the Colorado defense before cen-
tering the puck in front of the
goal where Doug Mullen had no
trouble slapping it past goalie
Ken Kinsley.
BRANDT'S SECOND goal tied
it again only to have George Chin
give Michigan the lead again, 3-2.
Then the Wolverine defense
lapsed long enough to allow two
goals for the Tigers within 70
seconds.
But Haas took over again and
deadlocked matters with a late
period tally.
After Brandt turned in the hat
trick the Wolverines trailed 5-4,
but Chin became a temporary
hero when he tied it with five
minutes to play.
THEN RON MARTINSON made

'M' Cagers
Freeze Ball;
Win, 5 6-55
(Continued from Page 1)
In the third stanza the Badgers
collected 22 points, while the Wol-
verines hit for 13. This gave Wis-
consin a six point edge, 51-45, go-
ing into the final period. In the
last ten minutes, 11 tallies, against
only four for the losers, was
enough for a Maize and Blue vic-
tory.
THE NIGHT'S scoring honors
went to Wisconsin's All-American
candidate, Ab Nicholas, who hit
on four field goals and eight free
throws for a 16 point total.
Captain Jim Skala and Bad-
ger center Paul Morrow were
runners-up with 15 tallies eaolb'
For the second consecutive
game, the Wolverines played with
only seven men. The starting five
of Lawrence and Eaddy at the
guards, Skala and Ray Paviche-
vich at the forwards, and Milt
Mead at center was supplemented
only by guard Bob Topp and cen-
ter John Codwell.
COACH Ernie McCoy had only
praise for all the players, but spe-
cial mention might be given to
sophomore forward Pavichevich.
"Pav," though scoring only four
points, came up with an unusually
large share of Michigan rebounds
in the 40 minutes he played.
The Wolverines also gave an ac-
creditable account of themselves
percentage-wise from the floor
and the free-throwv line. They hit
on 18 out of 24 charity tosses for

Hill, Jones Triumph Twice
In Win over Michigan State

The varsity tank team ended a
two-year Michigan State swim-
ming dominance over the Wolver-
ines last Saturday with a well-
deserved 52-41 victory.
Matt Mann's charges grabbed
seven first places, while the Green
and White natators -could take
only the backstroke, diving and
400-yard free-style relay.
* * *
OUTSTANDING IN Michigan's,
winning effort were Don Hill and
Burwell "Bumpy" Jones.
Hill not only defeated the
Spartans' All-American sprint-
er, Clark Scholes, but also
equalled his own pool records
in both the 50 and 100-yard
free-style events.
"Bumpy" Jones bested Michi-
gan State's other All-American
free-styler, Bert McLachlan, in
bothe the 220 and 440-yard races.
The Michigan sophomore sen-
sation was pressed by the Spar-
tan star in the 220, but in the
longer distance Jones coasted in
with plenty of water between him-
self and McLachlan. The time for

the 220 was 2:09.7, while Jones
was clocked at 4:42.5 for the 440.
THE VICTORY was Michigan's.
sixth of the season and the twen-
ty-seventh in 29 dual meets with
Michigan State.
The Wolverines' margin of
sctory was only one point less
than Ohio State's 53-40 thump-
ing of the Spartans a few weeks
ago. Buckeye mento Mike
Peppe kept his galaxy of stars
in check while beating Michigan
State, but it must be said that
Matt Mann also held the score
down through the same mea-
sures.
The genial Michigan mentor
was ceremoniously tossed into the
Intramural Pool at the conclusion
of the meet by his jubilant Jata-
tors.
Coach Mann will send the squad
into a dual meet with the Bain-
bridge Naval Training station to-
morrow night at 8:00.
LATE HOCKEY SCORE
Detroit 4, Boston 2

RON MARTINSON
... Saturday's hero
Michigan in one of the two top
spots.
The present situation of hope-
ful waiting on the part of the
Maize and Blue squad was
brought on by the series split
with the Colorado Tigers this
past weekend.
The strong Tiger sextet almost
completely eliminated the Wol-
verines,,but Vic Heyliger's men'
The Michigan-CREW!!
our Collegiate-Cuts are
TRY ONE!!
The Daseola Barbers
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BADGER BALLHAWKS-Tom Ward (51), Ab Nicholas (8) and
Dick Cable (39) give Wisconsin plenty of aerial power in play
depicted above. Ray Pavichevich, Michigan forward, braces
himself for the downward action soon to come. Wolverines, by
virtue of a four and a half minute freeze in the final period,
nipped the Badgers, 56-55, to climb into eighth place in the West-
ern Conference.
BIG TEN ROUNDUP-
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the Maize and Blue into the lead field-goal attempts for a 36.5
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MCHL Standings
TEAM W L GF GA Pts.
Colorado College 8 2 " 65 33 16
Denver 8 2 60 37 16
MICHIGAN 8 3 66 37 16
North Dakot* 5 3 42 28 10
Michigan State 3 8 31 67 6
Minnesota 2 .7 39 47 4
Michigan Tech 0 9 28 82 0
GAME TONIGHT

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Wisconsin collected 17 of its 26
free throw tries for a 65 per cent
marl, and hit on 19 of its 71 two-
pointers, which comes out to 26
per cent.
Deep Freeze
WISCONSIN (55) FG F PF ip
Carpenter, F 3 1 2 7
Cable, F 3 1 3 7
Stracka, F 2 1 3 5
Weisner, F 4) 0 0 0
Morrow, C 6 3 5 15
Dahlke, GC t 0 2 .0
Johnson, CC 0 4 0
Nicholas, G 4 8 2 16
Seifert, G 1 1 3 3
Ward, G 0 2 4 42
TOTALS 19 17. 25 55
MICHIGAN (56) FG F PF P
Skala, F 7 1 3 15
Pavichevich, F 2 0 2 4
Mead, C 2 4 5 8
Codwell, C 3 3 4 9
Eaddy, G 4 4 4 3 12
Lawrence, G 1 6 1 8
TOTALS 19 18 18 56
*ISCONSIN 16 13 22 5-55
MICHIGAN 22 10 13 11-56
Free throws missed: Wisconsin-
Carpenter 2, Cable, Stracka, Morrow
2, Nicholas 2, Ward. Michigan-
Skala 2, Mead 2, Eaddy 2.

By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Ilinois,
led by John Kerr's 20 points, kept
up with Iowa in their torrid Big
Ten title race last night by beat-
ing Indiana, 77-70.
Indiana's whole starting fivej
fouled out in the last two minutes'
in a desperate attempt to get the
ball from the stalling Illini.
* * *
IOWA 75, OHIO STATE 62
COLUMBUS, Ohio - C h u c k
Darling, Iowa's six foot, eight inch
center, scored 26 points to lead
his team to a 75-62 win over Ohio
State University in a Big Ten
basketball game last night.
Iowa thus managed to hold
on to a tie with Illinois for the
Big Ten lead.
Darling now leads Big Ten
scorers with 262 points, only 16
short of the Big Ten season rec-
ord. Iowa has four more games.
MINNESOTA 60, MSC 58
EAST LANSING, Mich. - For-
ward Dick Means dropped in a
desperation basket with three
seconds left to play to give Min-
nesota a 60-58 basketball win over
Michigan State last night and run

the Gopher win, streak to seven in
a row in Western Conference play.
PURDUE 72, NORTIWESTERN
65
LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Central
Carl McNulty's 24 points and a
four-minute stall lifted Purdue
out of the Big Ten basketball cel-
lar last'night with a 72-65 victory
over Northwestern.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCORES
Toledo 63, Wayne 61
Pittsburgh 62, Notre Dame 60
Seton Hall 68, Oklahoma City 52
William and Mary 86, Virginia Tech
76
Vanderbilt 83, Georgia Tech 58
Boston College 84, Boston University
69
Davidson 79, North Carolina 71
Wake Forest 67, South Carolina 58
Western Kentucky 92, Evansville 58
Oklahoma 65, Nebraska 59
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