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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1952

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TREMI

I U I

'M' Icemen
Nip Toronto
Sextet, 6-3
(Continued from Page 1)
than a minute later the Blues
made the score 4-2 when Norm
Dysart converted on passes from
Al Fasan and Dave Hargraf.
Then Matchefts pulled the
play of the game as he set up
McKenneli 'perfectly and the
little red-head carried out his
part with dispatch, faking goal-
tender Ben Walker right out of
his pads to flash the red light
at 16:03, and Michigan left the
ice at the end of the second
frame ahead 5-2.
Bill Lucier, a fine net-minder in
his own right, came out at goalie
for the Wolverines in the third
period when Heyliger decided to
let starter Ikola take it easy. Lu-
> cier got his taste of action right
away as Bob Logue picked up an'
errant Michigan pass and caged
the disk unassisted at 2:50.
* * *
THEN DOUG Mullen ended the
evening's scoring as he slammed
one in from in close on a neat set-
up by wing Bert Dunn. After Mul-
len's score at 5:01 the game erupt-
ed into an exhibition of sloppy
skating and fighting.
The most amusing part of the
shoving and poking came when
Toronto defenseman Jim Machin
got 'in a scrape with the injured
Michigan skater Ron Martinson.
Martinson, who has been laid up'
with a broken bone in his foot,
was sitting at the scorers bench
when Machin got in a tie-up on
the boards right in front of him
and then decided to vent his
wrath on the sidelined Wolverine.
The eleven game win streak ex-
tends to the last seven regular
season contests of last year as,
L wellas the two games that the
Maize and Blue took in the NCAA
championships and this season's
opener with St. Lawrence.
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Keyes
(Matchefts, McKenneli) 2:5; 2-To-
ronto, Primeau (unassisted) 3:18; 3--
Michigan, Matchefts (Keyes) 14:05.
h Penalties: Michigan - Matchefts
(kneeing). Toronto - Kent (illegal
body check). Both two minutes
SECOND PERIOD: 4 -- Michigan,
McKenneli (Matchefts) 1:14; 5-Mich-
gan, Mascarin (Haas) 12:23; 6 - To-
ronto Dysart (Fasan, Hargraff) 13:15;
7 -Michigan McKenneli (Matchefts,
McClellan) 16:03.
Penalties: none.
THIRD PERIOD: 8-Toronto, Logue
(unassisted) 2:50; 9--Michigan, Mul-
len (Dunn, Haas) 5:01
Penalties: Michigan-Keyes (hold-
ing Hfaas (roughing) Matchefts
(slashing). Toronto-Wilkes (rough-
ing), Logue (tripping). AU two min-
utes.

Hill Breaks Mark
In Freestyle Race
Kahn Equals Backstroke Record;
Jeffries, Walters Victors in Meet

Iowa Hands Michigan
First Basketball Loss

-Daily-Bruce Knoll
COONEY FOILED-Toronto goalie Jack Ross saves on Michigan's
left wing, Pat Cooney (8), in the Coliseum. The Wolverines won
their second straight game of the new season and their eleventh
victory, counting nine last spring.
Wolverine Wrestlers Triumph
Over Toledo In Initial Contest

Special to The Daily
The University of Michigan
wrestling team got off to a flying
start last night with an 17-11 vic-
tory over a powerful University of
Toledo squad at the Rocket Field-
house in Toledo.
The matmen's initial triumph of
the 1952-53 campaign was a bit-
ter and hard-fought contest that
wasn't decided until the final
match when Michigan heavy-
weight Dick O'Shaughnessy scored
a resounding triumph over To-
ledo's Dick Torio.
* * .
AFTER THE Rocket's Steve
Kerlin had beaten Michigan's Joe
Atkins in the 123 pound division
to give Toledo an early 3-0 lead,
Wolverine Captain and Big Ten
130 pound champion Snip Nolan
started the Michigan scoring with
a one-sided 13-3 decision over Dick
Leffler..
Nalan's win was the highest
scoring and most decisive of the
entire contest. After Nalan's
victory, Michigan went on to
win the next three matches to
lead, 14-3. Miles Lee scored his
decision in the 157 pound divi-

I

sion with a

pinning of Russ

Zacarria.
After Toledo took the 167 and
the 177 pound matches the score
narrowed to 14-11. However, Dick
O'Shaughnessy, former Big Ten
177 pound champion who moved
up to the heavyweight class this
year, won the final match of the
night with an easy 6-0 decision.
Michigan's three veterans, Cap-
tain Snip Nalan, Miles Lee, and
Dick O'Shaughnessy were clearly,
the outstanding performers of the
meet. Other Wolverine victors were
Andy Kaul in the 137 pound class
and Joe Scandura in the 147 pound
division.
The final results were:
123-Steve Kerlin ,Toledo) de-
feated - Joe Atkins (Michigan)
11-7.
130-Snip Nalan (Michigan)
defeated Dick Leffler (Toledo)
13-3.
137-Andy Kaul (Michigan)
defeated Paul Boyko (Toledo)
7-2.
147-Joe Scandura (Michi-
gan) defeated Bill Miller (To-
ledo) 4-1.
157-Miles Lee (Michigan
pinned Russ Zacarria (Toledo)
8:10.
167-Don Wem (Toledo) de-
feated Ron Horne (Michigan)
5-2.
177-Ed Kanzi (Toledo) pinn-
ed Harold Holt (Michigan) 4:52.
Heavyweight-Dick O'Shaugh-
nessy (Michigan) defeated Dick
Toro (Toledo) 6-0.
I.

By IVAN KAYE
Don Hill, ace Wolverine sprint-
er, smashed the state record for
the 50-yard freestyle last night
to highlight theeEighteenth An-
nual Michigan A.A.U. Swimming
Meet held in the pool at the In-
tramural Sports Building.
The Cincinnati junior covered
the distance in 23 seconds flat to
clip two-tenths of a second from
the old mark set by former Michi-
gan star Dick Weinberg in 1949.
* * *
ANOTHER "M" man, backstrok-
er Bernie Kahn, tied the A.A.U.
record of 59-1 seconds in the 100
yard event which had been set
by Harry Holiday in 1947.
Captain Wally Jeffries swept
to victory in the 440-yard free-
style in the time of 5:01.7.
Burwell "Bumpy" Jones, who
paces the varsity in this race,
was forced to refrain from com-
petition due to an infected
tooth.
In a pre-meet ceremony, Coach
Matt Mann introduced Olympic
swimmers John Davies, Ron Gora,
Bumpy Jones and Jack and Bert
Wardrop to the crowd.
THE SNEAK preview of the
Michigan varsity revealed the
pressing need for a breaststrok-
er, but encouragement could be
gained from the strong perform-
ance of the hitherto undermanned
diving crew. Jimmy Walters ran
away with the honors, and Bud
Hurd and Charlie Bates showed
improvement over last year's per-
formances.
SUMMARIES
440-Yard Freestyle: 1-Jeffries (Mich.
igan), 2-O'Rtielly, 3-Leengran (Mich-
igan). Time 5:01.7.
150-Medley Relay: 1 - Detroit Rec-
reation (Conley, Boulter, Curtis, Gar-
bus), 2-Michigan "F" (Considine,
Wayburn, Benner), 3-Michigan "A"
(Jeffries, Miller, Dow). Time: 1:23.4.
(Race was handicapped)
100-Yard Backstroke: 1-Kahn, 2-B.
Wardrop, 3-Kruthers. Time 59.1.
(Ties Michigan AAU record set by
Red Wings Get
Woman Prexy
DETROIT - (P) - Marguerite
Ann Norris, who never has seen
the Detroit Red Wings play in
Olympia Stadium here, yesterday
became president of both the Red
Wings and Olympia Stadium.
The 25-year-old Miss Norris, a
graduate of Smith College, suc-
ceeds her late father, James D.
Norris, as head of the Detroit
National Hockey League Empire.
The youngest of four Norris child-
ren, she was chosen at a meeting
of the heirs in Chicago.

Basketba
Southern Illinois 59 Central
Michigan 53
St. Louis University 64 Wash-
ington State 60
Kansas State 82 Indiana 80
Butler 63 Ohio State 60
Wayne 92 University of De-
troit 84
Minnesota 71 Nebraska 62
Purdue 87 Wabash 64
Maryland 52 West Virginia 45
Morris Harvey 78 Concord 60
Penn 74 Delaware 69
St. Joseph's 70 West Texas
State 46
Virginia Military 61 Lynch-
burg College 53
New York Univ. 91, Lafayette
81

Holiday Of University of Michigan in
1947.)
50-Yard Freestyle: 1-Hill (Michi-
gan), 2-Ellis (Detroit Recreation, 3-
Ryan (Southeastern High School).
Time: 23.0. A new Michigan AAU
record, breaking the old time of 23.2
made by Dick Weinberg of the Uni-
versity of Michigan in 1947.)
100-Yard Breaststroke: 1-Bolter (De-
troit Recreation), 2-White, 3-Sharpe,
Time: 1:02.7.
Diving: 1-Waiters (Michigan), 2-
Bates (Michigan), 3-Hurd (Michigan).
Winning Score: 565.9.
100-Yard Individual Medley: 1-
Alsobrook (Kronk A.C.), 2-Ryan
(Southeastern High School), 3-Reinke
(Detroit Recreation). Time: 1:09.5.
(A new state record.)
200-Yard Freestyle Relay: 1-De-
troit Recreation (Frederick, Sillers,
Ellis, Curtis), 2-Michigan "C" (Ben-
ner, Jeffries, Dow, Chase), 3-Michigan
"B" (Kahn, Leengran, Reigel, R.
Jones). Time: 1:45.3. (Race was han-
dicaped).

(Continued from Page 1)
goals and scored 12 points him-
self in the process.
With Codwell gone, sophomore
center Paul Groffsky took up the
scoring slack with a air of hook
shots and a rebound. ay Pavich-
evich chipped in a long set shot,
but the Wolverines were still 14'
points off the pace.
* * *
AT THIS juncture Ralph Kauff-
man caged a free throw, captain
Doug Lawrence hit with a long
set shot and Pavichevich counted
with a rebound to close the gap
to 62-51 as the period ended.
Lawrence was on the scoring
end of a fast break as the final
round opened, but that was as
close as Michigan got until late
in the quarter. Spurts of eight
and five tallies put Iowa com-
fortably ahead, 78-64, with two
minutes and ten seconds re-
maining on the scoreboard.
Still the Maize and Blue was
not finished. Little Eaddy, Mich-
igan's top point-getter with a to-
tal of 21, and lanky forward Milt
Mead dented the twines from all
over the floor to cut the deficit to
seven points, 78-71.
FOLLOWING three Hawk char-
ity tosses, Eaddy and Mead com-
bined for four more scores to cut
the winner's cushion to 81-75 with
only 25 seconds left.
Guard Ken Buckles, who reg-
istered 16 on the evening, went
all the way on two driving lay-
ups to put an end to any Michi-
gan hopes of pulling the contest
out in the waning moments.
Buckles was one of four Hawk
cagers to hit in double figures.
Thompson with 21, Davis, who
collected 19 on four field goals and
LATE HOCKEY SCORES
Detroit 3, Toronto 1
Montreal 3, Chicago 0

HERB THOMPSON
... leading Iowa scorer

Scores

Niagara 70, Lemoyne 67
Navy 88 Yale 73
Penn State 62 Washington
and Jefferson 50
Miami (Ohio) 65 Pitt 64
North Carolina State 88 East-
ern Kentucky 75
Richmond 74 Clemson 60
McCrary Eagles 72 Wake For-
est 70
Western Michigan 80 Loyola
(New Orleans) 63
Duke 89 Tennessee 82
Auburn 87 Birmingham
Southern 61
William and Mary 87 Virgin-
ia 71
Columbia 64 Rutgers 55

field goals.
MICHIGAN
Codwell, F
Kauffman, F
.Topp, F
Mead, F
Allen, F
Groffsky, C
Schlicht, C
Pavichevich, G
Lawrence, G
Brunsting, G
Eaddy, G
Totals
IOWA
Thompson, F
Jensen, F
Davis, F
Hettrick, C'
Miller, C
Mau, C
Buckles, G
McBride, G
Jarnagin, G
Totals
MICHIGAN
Iowa

* *
FG
4
I
0
4
0
5
1
3
2
7
27
FG
7
0
4
2
2
1
7
0
5
28

eleven of 18 free throws, and Jar-
nagin'S 13 counters paced the
Iowa attack which looped in 27
of 87 shots from the floor.
* * *
FOUR Michigan hoopsters also
found the double-figure brackets,
but two of these and one other
Wolverine* were waved out of the
game with five personals. The of-
ficials blew the infraction whistle
33 times on the Ann Arbor com-
bine.
Eaddy added 22 to his team
leading point-total which now
has reached 55 in three outings,
while Mead funnelled through
14, Codwell meshed 12 and
Groffsky amassed ten on fve

FT
4
2
0
6
1
0
0
1
1
0
E
23
FT
7
0
11
2
3
1
2
0
3
29

PF Pts.
5 12
5 4
3 0
4 14
a 1
0 2
3 7
4 5
6 a
4 22
33 77
PF Pts.
3 21
1 0
4 19
3 a
0 7
3 3
3 16
1 0
5 13.
23 85

12 14 25 26--77
21 25 16 23-35

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FAMINE'S END:
Lions Swamp Dallas, 41-6;
Assured of First Place Tie

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DETROIT - (MP) - End Cloyce
Box grabbed 77, 41 and 40 yard
touchdown passes yesterday and
ushered the Detroit Lions--title
starved for 17 years - to a first
place finish in the National Con-
ference of the National Football
League.
LThe Lions ripped the last-place
Dallas Texans, 41 to 6.
BOX'S LIONS, bottled up until
two Bobby Layne passes connected
in the second quarter, then began
a nervous wait of 27 hours to see if
the defending champion Los An-
geles Rams could make it a two-
way tie and force an extra game
with the Lions by whipping the
Pittsburgh Steelers today.
The expected drubbing of the
feeble Texas orphans took place
* * *
Browns Seeking
Seventh Straight
Gridiron Crown
NEW YORK -(p)- The Cleve-
land eleven shoots for lucky seven
today when the Browns meet the
New York Giants as the National
Football League's scheduled season
--perhaps the wildest in history-
comes to a close.
A victory, or even a tie, by the
Browns will give them their sev-
enth straight league or divisional
title.
ONLY Philadelphia (7-4) has a
chance to tie the Browns (8-3) in
the American Conference. That
can come about if the Eagles win
in Washington and if the "riches-
to-rags" Giants, racked by injur-
es, can upset the Browns at the
?olo Grounds.
In this case, the Browns and
Eagles each would have an 8-4
record and send them to Phila-
delphia for a playoff next Sun-
day to determine who faces the
National Conference winner.

before only 12,452 overcoated
fans-smallest crowd here in
10 years-but could prove costly.
Quarterback Layne, Lion spark-
plug, was led limping from the
field with a stretched ligament
just before the halftime intermis-
sion and could miss any tie-
breaking or championship game.
IT WAS' Layne who broke a
scoreless deadlock of 16 minutes.
He ended a 57-yard drive by pass-
ing to Box who lateralled to Pat
Harder who streaked to the end
zone on a play that covered 18
yards.
The second touchdown, also a
Layneproduct, was just as dra-
matic. The Lions had stopped
the Texans on the 23. On the
first play, Layne floated the
ball straight down the field. Box
looked back over his shoulder,
grabbed the ball and outdistanc-
ed two defenders on the 77-yard
play that crushed any hopes
of the Texans.
Box broke a Lions' season rec-
ord for touchdown passes by go-
ing three ahead of the dozen
caught by Leon Hart last year.

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