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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2,1952

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Marquette
Stung with
80-72 Loss
(Continued from Page 1)
Wolverines to reach double fig-
ures.
The Maplewood, New Jersey
performer notched 15 points, 13
of them coming in the first half,
and was the leading Michigan re-
bounder with eleven grabs off the
boards.
* * *
KAUFFMAN, another second-
year man, teamed up with Groff-
sky to spark a rally that brought
Perigo's charges even, 37-37 after
twenty minutes.
The two totalled 15 markers in
the second session, eight of
these coming on six free tosses
and a fast break layup by Kauff-
man, who wound up with 13 on
the evening.
Sparkling shooting by the other
two high point men, Mead and
Go Perigo'
MICHIGAN

Conference
Individual
Statistics
(FINAL FOR 1952)

BADGER OFFENSE BEST:
O'Connell Breaks 11 Big Ten Records

RUSHING (275 Net Yards)
Rushes Net
Ameche, fb, Wis 146 721
Kress, hib, Mich 101 497
Schmaling, fb, Pur 110 492
Gedman, fb, Ind 110 475
Hay, fb, OSU 105 451
Giel, hb, Minn 125 429
Bachouros, hib, Ill. 82 405
C. Hren, fb, NU 126 389
Bruney, lib, OSU 76 312
Carl, hb, Wis 43 302
Lauter, hb, NU I 72 302
BALZHISER, fb, MICHI 67 291
De Moss, hb, IA , 59 275

Avg.
Rush
4.94
4.92
4.47
4.32
4.30
3.43
4.94
3.09
4.11
7.02
4.19
4.34
4.66

PASSING (35 Attem
Borton, qb, OSU 7
Samuels, qb, Pur
O'Connel, qb, Ill
Thomas, qb, NU 7
Haluska, qb, Wis ]
D'Achille, qb, Ind I
KRESS, hb, MICH
Swanson, qb, Min
Giel, hb, Minn
Britzmann, qb, Iowa
TOTAL OFFENSE
(400 or More Yards)
O'Connell, qb, IIl
Thomas, qb, NU
Borton, qb, OSU
KRESS, hb, MICH
D'Achille, qb, Ind.
Haluska, qb, Wis
Samuels, qb, Pur
Giel, hb, Minn
Ameche, fb, Wis
Schmaling, 4b, Pur
Gedman, fb, Ind
Hiay, fb, OSU
Bachouros, hb, III

pts)
Att Comp Yds TD
135 75 961 8
116 71 809 8
191 108 1308 6
134 67 1091 9
126 74 899 6
121 62 818 3
59 31 391 3
37 15 290 4
65' 28 355 3
55 19 267 2
*

By DAVE LIVINGSTON
Wisconsin and Michigan shared
major statistical team honors on
Big Ten gridirons this season, but
the Illini passing wizard, Tommy
O'Connell, stole the statistical
show as he chalked up 11 confer-
ence individual records.
The pitchin' quarterback set
* * ,,
SINGLE GAME
Longest Punt-96 yards, Geo. O'Brien,
Wisconsin, vs. Iowa, 10-18-52.
Most Yards Rush*ng-rl8, Ted Kress,
Mich., vs. N.U. 10-18-52.
Most TD Passes-4, Dale Samuels,
Purdue, vs. Ill., 10-25-52 (tie).
Most-Yards Passing.-306, Tom O'Con-
nell, Illinois, vs. Iowa, 11-8-52.
Most Pass Completions - 22, Tom
O'Connell, IIlipoIs, vs. Iowa, 11-8-52.
Most Yards, Pass Catching-190, Rex
Smith, Illinois, vs. Iowa, 11-8-52.
Most Passes Had Intercepted-6, Tom
O'Connell, Ill., vs. Ohio, 11-15-52.
Most Passes Intercepted-3, Burt Ha-
ble,Wis., vs. Minnesota 11-22-52,
and Fred Bruney, 1O1i rvs. Michi-
gan, 11-22-52 (Tied record).
SEASON
Field Goals-3, Paul Schwvaiko, Wis-
consin (6 games).
Passes Attempted-191, Tom O'Con-
nell, Illinois (7).
Passes Attempted, Per Game-15.4,
Tom O'Connell, Illinois (7).
Passes Completed-108, Tom O'Con-
nell, Illinois (7).
Passes Completed, Per Game-15.4,
Tom O'Connell, Illinois (7) (Also
broken by Jim Haluska, Wis.,. 12.3
and Dale Samuels, Pur., 11.8).
Passing Yardage-1308, Tom O'Connel,
Illinois (7) (Also broken by Dick
Thomas, N.U., 1091 (7)).
Passing Yardage, Per Game-187, Tom
O'Connell, Illinois (7) (Also broken
by Dick Thomas, N.U., 156).
Net Yards Gained-1294, Tom O'Con-
nell, Illinois (7).
Net Yards Gained, Per Game-184.8,
Tom O'Connell, Ill., (7).
Pass Receptions-36, Rex Smith, Il-
linois (7) (Also broken by Joe Col-
lier, N.U., 34, and John Ryan, Ill.,
31).
Pass Receptions, Per Game-5.1, Rex
Smith, Illinois (7).
Pass Receiving Yardage-650, Joe Col-
lier, N.U. (7).
Pass Receiving Yardage, Per Game-
92.9, Joe Collier, N.U. (7).
Touchdown Passes Caught -- 7, Joe
Collier, N.U. (7).

new marks for total yardage gain-
ed, pass attempts, pass comple-
tions, and passing yardage, among
others, but surprisingly he ranked
no better than third among Big
Ten passers who were rated on the
basis of yardage, touchdowns, total
completions, completions average,
and interceptions.
* * *
JOHN BORTON of Ohio State
grabbed the hurling honors, just
shading Purdue's Dale Samuels.
Close behind O'Connell were Dick
Thomas of Northwestern and Wis-
consin's Jim Haluska, helping to
make up the greatest quintet of
throwers ever to compete in the
same league.
Badger sophomore Alan Ame-
che failed to better the 774 yards
he gained rushing last year, but
the flashy fullback racked up
721 yards in one less game to
pace all conference ru ers.
Illini end Rex Smith gathered
in 36 tosses-mostly from O'Con-
nel-to crack the old Big Ten
record in that department.
* * *
OTHER INDIVIDUAL leaders
were Chuck Hren of Northwestern
with eight touchdowns, Buckeye
Fred Bruney with six pass inter-
ceptions, and Ken Miller of Illi-
nois with a punting average of
40.2 yards.
Wisconsin's Rose Bowl bound

Badgers paved their way to
Pasadena by rolling up 2,493
yards in six conference games.
This gave the Big Ten co-chgm-
pions a total offense average of
415.5 yards per contest, eclipsing
their own record set last year.
* * *
MICHIGAN ranked as the lead-
ing defensive team in the Western"
Conference on the basis of op-
ponents' yards gained, points,-and
first downs. The Wolverines were
particularly stingy in giving up
yardage, allowing their oppon-
ents an average of only 258.8 yards
per game.
Wisconsin was right behind the
Maize and Blue with a yardage al-
lowance of 259.2.
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I-M RESULTS
VOLLEYBALL
Van Tyne 6, Chicago 0
Hinsdale 6, Strauss 0
Michigan 5, Anderson 1
Huber 4, Scott 2
Reeves 3, Allen-Rumsey 3
Gomberg 6, Green 0
Williams 4, Taylor 2
Adams 6, Fletcher 0
Hayden defeated Lloyd (for-
feit)
Kelsey defeated Winchell (for-
feit)
HANDBALL
Alpha Kappa Kappa 3, Law
Club 0

Kauffman, f
Codwell, f
Groffsky, f
Allen, f
Mead; c
Schlicht, c
Eaddy, g
Pavichevich, g
Lawrence, g
MA
Dunn, f
Schulz, f
Basarth, f
Seva, f
Schwab, f
Wittberger, c
Van Vooren, g
Sievers, g
Wilson, g
Gill, g
MARQUETTE
MICHIGAN

FB FT
3 7
1 3
5 5
0 0
7 2
0 0
6 2
2 4
2 5
26 28

MQUETTE
1 4
0 0
3 5
1 0
2 1
4 7
8 6
2 1
0 2
2 0
23 26
19 18 19
12 25 19

PF Pts
5 13
1 5
3 15
0 0
5 16
1 0
5 14
4 8
4 9
28 80
3 6
3 0
4 11
4 2
4 5
2 15
4 22
3 5
4 2
0 4
31 72
16-72
24-80

-Daily-Don Campbell
CAGE BALLET-Paul Groffsky (17) of Michigan and Bob Van Vooren of Marquette strike classic
poses on the basketball court in Yost Field House. Groffsky aided the Wolverines' winning cause
with 15 points.I

Restricted Program Satisfies
NCAATelevision Committee

Eaddy, kept the locals on even
keel over the next ten minutes.
S* .s
EADDY DUNKED in four field
goals before fouling out with 1:18
to go in the third session. This
gave him a 14-point total.
Mead, in addition to pacing
Michigan- scorers with a HS-point
harvest, did a tremendous job
in holding down Russ Wittber-
ger, vaunted 6-6 Marquette cen-
ter.
The Hilltopper giant connected
on only three of 19 shots from the
floor, but tossed in seven of eight
attempts from the foul line for 15
good ones. s
s S S
WITTBERGER'S frequest ap-
pearances at the charity stripe
were indicative of the rough ac-
tion and frequent whistle-blowing
that marked the contest.
No less than 59 personal fouls
were dished out by the eagle-
eyed officials, 28 of these catch-
ing the home squad which lost,
three players via the five-foul
route.
Foul shooting was way off on
both sides. Michigan converted
on 28 of 49, while Marquette pour-
ed through 26 of 42.
The fast-breaking Wolverine
attack connected on 26 of 84
chances from the floor for 31
per cent accuracy, while the Mil-
waukee squad could manage only
23 of 77 for a .298 percentage.
Broken-down scoring statistics
show that. Mead hit on seven of
14, Eaddy went six for twenty,
Groffsky funnelled through 5 of
19 and Kauffman made three 8f
13 shots.
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Total
No Yds
223 1294
167 1057
180 950
160 888
154 864
146 859
145 858
190 784
146 721
110 492
111 475
105 451
83 426

NEW YORK-(P)--The Nation-
al Collegiate Athletic Association's
10-man television committee clos-
ed a two-day session Monday with
a hint that it favors continuation
of restricted college football tele-
vision in 1953.
Without making a specific rec-
ommendation, the group said it
had made a thorough survey of re-
sults of the 1952 program under
which one game each Saturday was
televised, and found "it worked
satisfactorily."
THIS FINDING, a prepared an-
nouncement added, was "on the
basis of opinion surveys and the
overall reaction of the public, press
and the colleges themselves."
The committee said it also stud-
ied various plans for distribution
of television money and would
meet later to formulate a final
conclusion.
Several alternate plans for
televising of college football
games which have been suggest-
COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCORES
Michigan 80, Marquette 72
Augustana 65, Knox 60
Chicago Teachers 92, Roosevelt 47
Indiana 95, Valparaiso 56
Iowa 62, Butler 52
DePauw 81, Franklin 60
Valparaiso 104, Hope 68
Phillips 66ers 66, Okla. City U. 63
Central State Teachers, Wisconsin
84, Michigan Tech 75
McKendree 93, Vincennes, Ind. 64
Rio Grande 92, Bluefield W.Va. 63
Luther, Ia. 78, Platteville, Wis. State
76

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ed during the past month were
evidently turned down by the
committee. One such plan, sug-
gested by H. O. (Fritz) Crisler,
of Michigan, would call for the
televising of eight games each
week, one in each region of the
country.
Moose Krause, Athletic Director
at Notre Dame, also had recom-
mended that the NCAA loosen up
on the restrictions of television
and allow four games to be tele-
vised each week in six areas.
The committee heard comments
from two officials at Notre Dame,
a school which along with the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania has long
been an opponent of restricted
television. Representing Notre
Dame were Krause and Father
Edmund Joyce, vice-president of
the institution.
The group will make recommen-
dations to the NCAA convention
at Washington, January 8-10.

MVichigan Daily
Grid Selectors
Average_.681
Paul Greenberg, sports night ed-
itor, topped the board of Michigan
Daily grid pickers by a three-game
margin over the ten-week selection
period.
Greenberg amassed a .702 per-
centage with 99 winners in 141
picks, three better than his near-
est rival, Ivan Kayes. Kaye's 96
winners equalled the staff consen-
sus.
Here are the pickers and their

Avg.
Per
Play
5.80
6.33
5.28
5.55
5.61
5.88
5.92
4.13
4.94
4.47
4.28
4.30
5.13
TD
4
t 7
1
4
2
2
1
3
3
1

PASS RECEIVING
(18 or More Receptions)
No
Smith, e, Ill 36
Collier, e, NU 34
Ryan, e, 111 31
Flowers, e, Pur 27
Joslin, e, OSU 26
PERRY, e, MICH 22
Fisher, hb, Ind 22
Witt, hb, Wis 20
McBride, e, Iowa 19
Grimes, e, OSU 18

Yds
515
650
422
356
319
295
266
254
296
204

tl

records:
SELECTOR
Paul Greenberg
Ivan Kaye
Consensus
Dick Buck
John Jenks
Dick Sewell
Ed Smith
Ed Whipple
Bob Margolin
Dave Livingston
Dick Lewis

W
99
96
96
38
93
93
92
92
91
36
89

L
42
45
45
18
48
48
49
49
50
20
5 ?

Pct.
.702
.681
.681
.679
.660
.660
.652
.652
.645
.643
.631

G.B.
3
3
18%
6
6
7
7
8
201,
10

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