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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BUT DEFENSE HURTS:
Michigan Hoop Offense Fast Indiana Q
SetsScoring Standard Loom Big Teu
By DAVE LIVINGSTON only 19 while missing 18. Pitts-
His Wolverine cagers rolled up burgh made good on 24 of 38 * **
85 points-the highest total in charity tosses. By DICK LEWIS
Michigan basketball history-Sat- The most encouragng sign was (Third in a Series)!
urday night, but Coach Bill Perigo the way Perigo's boys came storm- Off last season's performance,
still has plenty to be unhappy ing back in the final period to in- Indiana's court combine is ac-
about. sure their second straight come- corded a good chance of taking all
Whl e te boys in Maize and from-behind victory, the marbles in the chase for the
Buweedmigith mot* * *Western Conference title bunting. ""' = :;
baskets since Michigan humbled WHILE THE Maize and Blue as Mao scrn hnrsi te
Chicago, 81-23, in 1946, Pittsburgh a team was rarely hitting with 1951-52 league campaign went to
was scoring 78 points in defeat. any degree of consistency, there the fast-breaking Hoosiers, who
seemed to always be at least one wound up fourth in the standings
AND THE Panthers are a far man hot enough to hold up Mich- with a creditable 9-5 slate.
cry from the scoring machines igan's end of the scoring fiasco.- . . *.
the Wolverines will face in the Substitute forward John Cod-
next couple of weeks as they go well and center Paul Groffsky, who charges scored 1035 points in 14
on the road to tangle with three turned in his second outstanding games to establish a Big Ten tan-
of the Big Ten's most potent teams performance in two games, pro- dard, an e d 281 e throws
-Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana. vided the spark needed to pull the to set another league mark. In-
The Pitt-Michigan tussle was Wolverines up from the eight
dIana also aced the loop witha
strictly fast-break from the point deficit they faced as the last son apeage o p w349.
word go-'run, shoot, shoot some quarter began.
more, and let the defense take Guard Ray Pavichevich hit five Big reasons behind the Hoos-
care of itself. field goals in the opening stanza ier scoring splurge which was
The Wolverines needed 103 to get Michigan off to a fast lead, 22nd best in the nation were
shots to sink 33 field goals and while Don Eaddy finally began freshman center Don Schlundt
amass their record point-total, hitting in the second and third and sophomore forward Bob
while Pittsburgh connected on 27 periods to help keep his mates in Leonard, both of whom were
of 79 attempts for a slightly bet- the contest. among the top ten point-getters
ter percentage. * C* in conference play. DON SCHLUNDT
** * TWO-GAME .SCORING sTATISTICS ... towering Indiana center
FG FT PF Pts These two are the standouts of
THE RaCE-HORSE type of ball Eaddy .............. 13 7 8 33 a ,veteran Bloomington five which *U*o * d
game was manifested at the foul Groffsky............ 11 9 7 31 loses little from a team that rack- SCHLUNDT also amassed the
line, where 75 free throws were Pavichevich .....10 5 7 25 ad u 16 victories in 22 outings mazing field goal percentage of
taken as the officials called a to- Mead...............10 2 22 uat season.2i 45.3, meshing 131 shots from the
tal of 47 fouls. Codwen............7 7 4 I s. * floo' in 289 attempts.
Michigan again was markedly Lawrence........... 3 7 7 13 THE 6-9 SCHLUNDT is rated as Eighth place in the Big Ten
deficient at the foul line, hitting Schlicht ............0 0 1 0 one of the brightest prospects to scoring parade fell to Leonard,
hit Big Teil basketball circles in a 6-3 performer who has two
over a decade.
In his initial year, he ranked
/.." ' :<"44th high scorer in the country LionS Troiince
Swith 131 field goals and 114
foul shots in 22 games for 376 o Retain H oi
An output of 244 markers for
a 17.4 average over league tussles Quarterback Bobby Layne pass-
gave the 205-pound South Bend obby ne s s-
ar 1f i pivot operator an honorable men- e h eri in n tpcs
~ tion berth on the all-conference er to the National Conference
honor unit. championship Sunday as Detroit
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Leonard's 15.1 average output t
was largely responsible for In- e
diana's late-season success af-S
ter a poor start.
The departure of first-stringp
guards Sam Miranda and Bob it
Masters through graduation, and f
the premature loss of back-court S
operator Sam Esposition to the o
pro ranks are sure to cause a dent
in the Hoosier armor.
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BUT COACH McCracken cali
call on a host of seasoned reserves
to fill the gaps, and has starting a
forward Dick Farley back from l
the aggregate that rolled up 95 a
tallies in a game with Ohio State s
and converted 38 of 42 charity a
tosses against Northwestern. t
Farley notched 119 league n
markers last season and cur-- o
rently teams up in the front t
court with Chuck Kraak, a 6-5
jump-shot artist.+
Leonard has moved back to1
guard, and has as his running
mate sophomore sensation Burke+
Scott, a 6-foot deadeye who paced
Indiana's opening-season 95-561
verdict over Valparaiso with a 16-
point output.
Also prominent in Hoosier plans s
is Lou Scott, 6-10 junior center a
who registered 11 scores against p
Valpo. He was one of six Indiana h
cagers to hit in double figures. t
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Chicago Bears t
I on First Place .
walloped the Bears, 45-21, scoring
on four of Layne's aerials.
Detroit's elusive end Cloyce Box
gathered in two Layne passes, one
for 29 yards and the other 271
yards, for first period tallies.
ANOTHER toss to Box in the;
second period added a score and;
in the third stanza Layne hit Jim
Doran in the end zone with his
final TD pass.
With the floundering Dallas+
Texans as the only obstacle left
in their path, the Lions are
practically assured of a tie for
first place. The Los Angeles
Rams remained deadlocked with
Detroit by defeating Green Bay,I
45-27, and will have tough op-
position for their final game in
the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Cleveland Browns retainedI
their usual first place post in the
American Conference with a 10-0
whitewash of the Chicago Cards.I
The Eagles stayed in the running,
one game behind, trampling the*
Texans by a 38-21 margin.
PRO STANDINGS
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
W L T Pet.
Detroit 8 3 0 .727
Los Angeles 8 3 0 .727
San Francisco 6 5 0 .545l
Green Bay 6 5 0 .545
Chicago Bears 4 7 0 .364
Dallas 1 10 0 .091
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
Cleveland 8 3 0 .727
Philadelphia 7 4 0 .636
New York 6 5 0 .545
Pittsburgh 5 6 0 .455
Chicago Cards 4 7 0 .364
Washington 3 8 0 .272
OTHER SUNDAY RESULTS
Pittsburgh 24, San Francisco 7
Washington 27, New York 17
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Wolverine Puck Squad
Faulty Despite Victory
By PAUL GREENBERG when he slammed the puck in
The Wolverine hockey squad from 20 feet out on the left side.
.idn't look like world-beaters in - Captain Johnny Matchefts
-heir convincing 6-1 victory over and Doug Mullen, center of the
mbattled St. Lawrence University third line, both picked up a pair
Saturday night.
Although the puckmen breezed oassidi
past the thrice-defeated Larries Mascarin and Doug Philpott
In convincing fashion, their per- each scored one goal and defense-
ormncestill left a lot to be de& men Reg Shave and Alex McClel-
ired. Opening "cold" against one lan both got credit for an assist
f the top Eastern teams, the STILL, the Wolverines misse
Wolverines didn't start looking several wide open opportunities at
ike the team of old until part way the St. Lawrence nets. Speedy
mito the second period.
* *George Chin was loose in front of
ICE MENTOR Vic Heyliger said the nets at least four times and
fter the game that "the team missed by inches on his scoring
ooked ragged, the passing was off attempts.
nd the boys fluffed quite a few In the injury department, the
coring opportunities." Heyliger Maize and Blue got off lightly
added that for the most part these BotheHaas and McClellan picked
roubles could be laid to "opening up head cuts during the evening;
night jitters" and would be ironed but they were all right after the
ut in practice sessions during game.
he week.
The scoring tally sheet show-
ed five of the Wolverines tied for
first place with two points each "A L
and a quartet of pucksters with
one counter. The most impres-
sive single performance was
turned in by John McKennell,
The red-headed Toronto senior
cored two goals, one of them on
an unassisted play in the third
period. The crowd went wild as
he took the puck the length of
he ice, faked three St. Lawrence
defensemen right out of their FIRST 9
kates and slipped the rubber over
he goal line.
EARL KEYES and defenseman
Jim Haas each accounted for two
Hoints on a goal and an assist,
Haas' tally coming on a solo flight vmu V U

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VOLL"BALL
Michigan 4, Allen-Rumsey 0
Strauss 4, Fletcher 1
Huber 4, Kelsey 2
Taylor 4, Chicago 2
Scott 4, Winchell :3
Adams 4, Hayden 1
Wenley 4, Anderson 2
Williams 4, Van Tyne 2
Cooley 4, Reeves 1
Hinsdale 4, Gomberg 3
Chi Phi 4, Lambda Pi Alpha 1
Phi Sigma Kappa 4, Phi Kappa Tau 2
HANDBALL
Delta Sigma Delta 3, Phi Alpha Kap-
pa 0
Phi Chi defeated Phi Epsilon Kappa
(forfeit)
Law Club defeated Alpha Omega (for-
feit)
Alpha Kappa Kappa defeated Phi
Delta Clhi (forfeit)
ALL-CAMPUS HANDBALL
Frank Wolowitz and Bob Spatz 2,
Tom Fabian and Bud Stein 0
Jerry Rovner and Len Pearlman 2,
Hanley Gurwin and Gene Curtis 0
Bill Keeler and Chuck Good 2, Dave
Smith and Jim Deland 0
Frank Putich and Jim Skala defeated
Pat Phillips and Ron Fichler (forfeit)
Frank Dawson and George Gryka de-
feated Noel Bissel and Armin Tufer
(forfeit)
ICE HOCKEY
Sigma Phi Epsilon 4, Phi Gamma Del-
ta 3
Sigma Chi 7, Hinsdale 3
Kappa Sigma 3, Flyers 0
Chi Psi 9, Newman Club 1

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