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FEBRUARY 11, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PAGE

TO,Tops Lambda Chi;
hi Delts, Sig Eps Win

By KEN COPP
The second round of "A" fra-
ternity basketball was completed
last night with many high scores
being rolled up in the twenty con-
tests.
Phi Delta Theta, downed Phi
Kappa Tau 76-11 with Jack Cor-
bett dropping in 19 points for the
victors. Two other games provided
wide point margins as Howard An-
drews put in'20 points to aid Al-
pha Delta Phi in its 75-20 con-
quest of Chi Phi.
* * *
PI LAMBDA PHI repeated its
performance of the first round by
rolling up another terrific score as
it whipped Tau Kappa Epsilon 71-
19. 'Football player Gene Knutson
had a good night as he sunk 14
points to help his Sigma Chi team-
mates beat Delta Sigma Phi 65-18.
The late evening contests pro-
vided the close games with the
victor not being determined un-
til the closing minutes. Sigma
Nu played good ball all the way,
but Sigma Phi Epsilon had too
much steam in the last minutes
as it won 47-32.
Alpha Tau Omega, which is the
defending champion, had a real

battle on its hands as it struggled
with Lamba Chi Alpha to edge out
a favorable 34-29 score.
Delta Upsilon produced another'
impressive total by stopping Tau
Delta Phi 60-26 with Nate Pierce
sinking 16 markers. Delta Tau
Delta won easily as it dropped Tri-
angle 56-15 with Jack Pinney loop-
ing in 22 scores.
I-M CAGE SCORES
Alpha Phi Alpha 43, Kappa Sigma 30
Alpha Tau Omega 34, Lambda Ceti Al-
pha 29
Alpha Delta Phi 75, Chi Phi 20
Pi Lambda Phi 71, Tau Kappa Epsi-
ion 19
Chi Psi 48, Phi Sigma Kappa 26
Delta Upsilon 60, Tau !Delta Phi 26
Sigma Chi 65, Delta Sigma Phi 18
Phi Delta Theta 76, Phi Kappa Tau 11
Delta Tau Delta 56, Triangle 15
Sigma Alpha Mu 46, Theta Xi 20
Psi Upsilon 24, Sigma Phi 22
Phi Kappa Sigma 38, Alpha Epsilon
Pi 21,
Sigma Phi Epsilon 47, Sigma Nu 32
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 29, Delta Kappa
Epsilon 14
Phi Sigma Delta 39, Acacia 29
Zeta Beta Tau defeated Theta Delta
Chii (Forfeit)
Beta Theta Pi defeated Zeta Psi
(Forfeit)
Phi Gamma Delta defeated Kappa Nu
(Forfeit)
Theta Chi 31, Phi Kappa Psi 19

Wolverines
Face Weak
MSCSextet
(Continued from Page 1)
MSC, however, has proven an
extremely dangerous aggregation
on occasion.
LED BY sophomore center John
Mayes, the Spartans extended both
Colorado College and-Denver into
overtime sessions, before dropping
the decisions, and lost by two goals
or less to three other Midwest
Hockey League opponents.
Mayes scored four goals
against league leading North Da-
kota, while his club dropped a
5-4 heartbreaker. This goal scor-
ing splurge ties him with several
players for the top single game
performance in league play this
season.
Michigan will be playing tonight
for the first time without Earl
Keyes, who has used up his col-
lege eligibility, and, to compensate
Entries for the all campus
squash singles tournament must
be presented at the I-M office
by February 12. The tourna-
ment is open to all male stu-
dents, and begins on Febru-
ary 16.
-Sheldon Chambers

By DICK LEWIS
Those who had any doubts about
Illinois" chances for a third
straight Big Ten basketball crown
left Yost Field House Monday
night with quite a different outlook
on things.
It took only ten minutes plus
to show the nearly 6,000 specta-
tors who swarmed over the State
Street sports arena that the tal-
ented Ilhini, an all-veteran outfit,
could beat Michigan as they
pleased.
* *.*
EVEN WITH second-stringers
playing almost half the ball game,
Coach Harry Combes' well-round-
ed charges scorched the nets for
92 points, a new Field House rec-
ord. The former mark was set ear-
lier this season when Indiana
topped the Wolverines, 91-88.
Add to the steady Illinois
shooting, which averaged 36 per
cent, a ragged rebounding and
passing performance by most of
the Michigan performers and
you have the main reasons why
the Orange and Blue duplicated
its 30-point triumph at Cham-
paign.
In spite of Michigan's poor
showing, two proven players turned
in creditable showings while a
AP Poll Led

'M' GIVEN CAGE LESSON:
Record Setting Illini Eye Championship

couple of Wolverine newcomers
looked quite promising.
VETERAN GUARD John Cod-
Iwell,recently switched to the back-
court post, and sophomore center
Paul Groffsky were the lone Wol-
verines who could dent the twines
with any kind of accuracy.
Codwell replaced slumping
Don Eaddy at one of the guard
positions and paced the Maize
and Blue point-getters with 19
markers. This output was in line
with the scoring prowess that
Codwell has evidenced in the
past month. He also led Michi-
gan scorers in the loss to MSC
with 17 tallies.
Groffsky's 15-point total, em-
bellished with a yeoman job of
rebounding and ball-hawking,
was even more amazing than most
on-lookers realized.
* * *
DRIVING in for a layup in the
first quarter, Big Grof badly in-
jured the heel of his left foot and
Coach Bill Perigo asked if he'd
like to sit on the bench for a while.
Groffsky refused, finished out the
contest with the painful foot in-
jury.
Trainer Jim Hunt has built a
special foam rubber cushion to
absorb the pain.
Perigo was also heartened by
the effort of 6-8 sophomore center
Harvey Williams, who was com-
peting in his first varsity action.
William sank four field goals,
converting a short hook short on
his first shot from the floor.
* * *
THE GANGLING Williams, how-
ever, left something to be desired:
in defensive and rebounding play,
indicating that he needs quite a
bit of seasoning.
That 6-foot guard who found
the range with a jump shot and
set shot midway through the
second period was sophomore
Jerry Stern, a second-year man
from Cleveland. Stern played
briefly in three games for the
SCORING STATISTICS - 14 GAMES

Wolverines in 1951-52 and was
making his second appearance
of the current campaign.
So futile was the Maize and Blue
defense that the home forces coin-
mitted only 17 personal fouls, far
below their astronomical total that
last week rated fourth in the na-
tion.
In 14 contests now, Michigan has
been tagged with. 351 infractions,
a 25.1 average per outing. Only
Kansas (27.1), John Carroll, Ar-
kansas and Clemson rate above
the Wolverines in this department.
With Illinois' 92-point harvest,
Michigan's opponents total points
scored soared to 1086, or 77.6 a
game. Perigo's quintet has 978 on
the season for a 69.9 average.
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pct.
Indiana 10 0 1.000
Illinois 8 2 .800
Mich. State 7 4 .636
Minnesota 8 5 .615
Ohio State 6 6 .500
Wisconsin 5 6 .455
Northwestern 4 8 .333
Iowa 3 7 .300
MICHIGAN 2 8 .200
Purdue 2 9 .182

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for his departure, Coach Vic Hay-
liger has moved Ron Martinson up
to the first line with John Mat-
chefts and Doug Philpott.
MARTINSON, who broke his leg
two weeks before the season start-
ed, has seen only limited action
so far. This will be his first regu-
lar appearance with a line.
Jim Haas, George Chin and
Pat Cooney compose the second
line and Doug Mullen will con-
tinue to center the third com-
bination with Bert Dunn and
Telly Mascarin on the wings.
Louis Paolatto, Reg Shave and
Alex MaClellan will see most of
the action on defense with Mullen
doing occasional duty in spot as-
signments, Willard Ikola will be
in the nets.
* * *
HOCKEY STATISTICS

By Seton Hall
NEW YORK-(1P)-Seton Hall
once again tops the college basket-
ball heap, and it looks like it will
continue to ride high until next
month.
The undefeated Setonians were
picked first in the weekly Asso-
ciated Press poll for the fourth
straight time with Indiana second,
Washington third and LaSalle
fourth. That was the order a week
ago and there was no reason for
any change as all won during the
past week.
SETON HALL (22-0) has eight
games to go, and the only danger
spot here seems to be Villanova,
beaten previously by the Seton-
ians, 84-76.
Indiana (12-2) and Washing-
ton (20-1) are ready to move in
any time Seton Hall falters.
Neither team has lost since Dec.
13. Indiana, winner of 10
straight in the Big Ten, has
eight left, all against confer-
ence rivals. Washington "has six
left, and LaSalle (18-2) has
seven.
Seton Hall piled up 32First place
votes and 598 points from the 75
sports writers and broadcasters
who participated in the poll.

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