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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Illinois

owerhouse

Swamps

Michigan,

96

-66

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Kerr, Bemoras, Peterson,
Follmer Pace Illini to Win

(Continued from Page 1)
the Wolverines held the fast-
breaking Illini attack at a 24-24
stalemate.
Combes threw his anxious re-
serves into action in the final
quarter, and the second string-
ers responded with a point-hap-
py attack that at one-time
promised to hit the century
rark.
Alate Wolverine freeze prevent-

I-lW
BRIEFS

ed this however, and Illinois had
to be content with the third high-
est tally ever racked up in Con-
ference history. Its 96-point out-
put just missed the Huff Gymnas-
ium standard by two points and
was seven counters off the Big
Ten mark held by Iowa with 103.
- *
THE ILLINOIS victory meant
first place in the league standings
which the Illini now hold jointly
with a 1-0 slate.
Michigan is 'once again in its
familiar basement position with
two losses in as many starts.
Perigo threw nine of his 11-
man travelling squad into the
contest in an attempt to stein the
powerful Orange and Blue tide.
Mead, the 6-7 forward from Bay
City, registered 16 tallies to pace
the losers' in the scoring column.
GROFFSKY followed with 14,
while Codwell chipped in with an
even dozen. So frustrated was the
Wolverine shooting, that Perigo's
five could take only 60 shots from
the floor.
The Maize and Blue made 21 of
the field goal attempts, but these
were not nearly enough to outdo
the 38 of 102 shots put in by the
fighting Illini.
* * *
THE BOX SCORE
MICHIGAN G F PF TP
Codwell F 2 8 3 12
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Lions, Rams
Tie for Top;
Browns Win
The Detroit Lions and the Los
Angeles Rams fought to a final
deadlock in the National Football
Conference with weekend victor-
ies, necessitating a "sudden death"
playoff game.
A 28-14 win over the Pittsburgh
Steelers Sunday threw the Rams
into a tie with the Lions, who
trounced the Dallas Texans the
day before by a 41-6 margin. Both
teams have a 9-3 record.
THE sudden death playoff slat-
ed for Dec. 21 in Briggs Stadium
had been agreed upon several
weeks ago in case the stalemate
materialized.
Reliable Bobby Layne showed
his usual brilliance as he spark-
ed the Lions to a 14-0 lead and
then retired from the game in
favor of quarterback Jim Hardy.
SNARING TD aerials of 77, 41,
and 40 yards, Box set a new
Lions' record for touchdown re-
ceptions in one season with 15.
Leading the National Football
League in scoring at the end of
Saturday's game, Box was edged
out of the championship by
Gordon Soltau of the 49ers, who
kicked a field goal and three ex-
tra points Sunday for a season
total of 94 points, four more
than Box.
Los Angeles had trouble in
downing the Steelers but Bob
Waterfield, rounding out his pro

The Wolverine hockey squad
was both brilliant and sloppy in
its'6-3 win over Toronto Saturday
night.
Alex Mc Clellan and Jim Haas,
Michigan defensemen looked great
both on offense and defense
against the Blues, and goalies
Willard Ikola and Bill Lucier did
a fine job in the nets, stopping 26
shots.
The third line, which had been
an enigma from the start of the
season when Ron Martinson was
* * *

Michigan Defense Draws
Praise in Toronto Game
Wolverine Sextet Displays Both Good, Bad
Hockey; As First, Third Lines Carry Offense

Michigan House, West Quad-
rangle, slammed Hinsdale, East
Quad, to a 4-3 defeat last night
at the I.M. Building to take the
I.M. residence hall volleyball
. championship.
After Hinsdale had tied up the
games at 3-3, Michigan easily
captured the final and winning
game, 15-9.
q HINSDALE won the first game
15-12, and Michigan came back'
with a 15-8 game. The third game
was an overtime, going to hins-
dale 18-16. The Michigan team
went ahead in the fourth and fifth
games, winning 16-14 and 15-11.
One more game went to the
Hinsdale 15-11, then Michigan
coasted through the final game.
Adams defeated Wenley 4-3, to
cop' the second place volleyball
championship, while Cooley of
East Quad beat out Williams 4-2
in the third place finals. Strauss
House won over Huber of South
Quad in the fourth place finals 4-1.
* * *
IN THE all-campus handball
doubles Nonny Weinstock and Bill
Riekels defeated last year's cham-
pions, Frank Wolowitz and Dave
Spaatz, in two straight games
21-16 and 21-7, to take this year's
,crown.
Sigma Chi splashed its way to
the fraternity dual swimming
finals by defeating Phi Kappa Tau
37%-19:.
Sigma Chi will meet .Sigma Nu,
who won over Sigma Phi Epsilon
tonight 29-28, tomorrow night at
7:30 in the I.M. pool.

JOHNNY McKennell, left wing
on the Matchefts-Earl Keyes-
McKennell combo kept up his first
game performance by tallying two
goals and an assist against
his home-town school. McKennel
leads the team in goals scored,
having caged the rubber four
times,
Keyes, whose mid-year grad-
ation will be sorely felt, scored
the first goakof the evening with
scarcely three minutes gone and
picked up an assist later to put
his seasons total at four.
Defenseman Haas and third-lin-
er Mullen are the other skaters
who have tallied four points
ON THE SOUR side, the highly-
touted second line with Doug
Philpott at center and Pat Cooney
and George Chin on the wings
didn't look at all good. Their
passing was off and their general
play was lacklustre.
The junior trio had better
start to click before the Wol-
verines pay their vacation vis-
it to Colorado and Denver or
Michigan won't have a chance
to go anywhere in the Mid-
west Hockey League.
The second line isn't the only
one that could use work on pass-
ing, several scoring opportunities
were wasted against Toronto be-
cause one or another of the Wol-
verines decided to try a solo dash
instead of passing off.

DON CANHAM
« .. coach turned author
Hill Readies.
Trojans for
Rose 13owl
LOS ANGELES-A'P-Southern
California's football team will pre-
sent a few "innovations" in its
attack against Wisconsin in the
Rose Bowl, Coach Jess Hill prom-
ised Monday.
* * *
"WE ARE going to work on a
few innovations ourselves which
I hope will improve our game,"
Hill declared.
Hill scored pre-game odds
which favor the Trojans by a
touchdown.
He said he believes Wisconsin
probably is the best ground gain-

By DIANE MOWREY
Don CanhamE Michigan's track
coach, became an author this fall
with the publishing of two books,
one on track, and the other on
field techniques.,
Track Techniques Illustrated and
Field Techniques Illustrated are
two of a new series published byQ
the Barnes Sports Library espe-
cially for the beginner and inex-
perienced coach. The books tell!
"how" with the illustrations and
coaching advice going% hand in
hand.
** *
CANHAM was asked by A. S.
Barnes & Co. to write the freely
illustrated books and will have a
third one out on cross-country
next spring.
Going into his fifth season as
Michigan's head track coach,
Canham is well qualified to write
books on the sport. A cham-
pionship high jumper as an un-
dergrad, he later- became assist-
ant coach and received a thor-
ough schooling in the develop-
ment of track material before
his appointment as the Wol-
verines' head man.
One of Michigan's greatest track
athletes, Canham captained the
1941 team. He was four times Big
Ten champion and also won the
NCAA crown in the high jump in
1940. He still holds both Wolver-
ine indoor and outdoor records.
h __-__________________

Canham,'M' Track Mentor,
Writes Two Coaching Books

CANIAM became coach at.Kan
kakee, Illinois, following his grad'-
uation from Michigan. In 1942 he
entered the Army Air Force as a
privatenand was discharged with
the rank of captain 42 months
later. He- became assistant track
.coach at Michigan almost immed-
iately.
Canham became a keen stu-
dent of the coaching methods
of the late E. C. (Billy) Hayes
of Indiana, whom he believes
was the finest coach of middle
and long distance runners who
ever lived.
How well he fitted his study
into his own plans is evidenced
by the fact that his athletes have
established Michigan, Big Ten,
NCAA, Drake, Kansas and South-
ern relay records. The 1952 and
1953 teams are the strongest to
come out of Ann Arbor in many
years.
Canham was raised in the Mich-
igah track tradition of balanced
'squads and he has the insight and
the patience to develop strong re-
serves, that seem to come from
nowhere to pick up valuable
points.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Wisconsin 75 Iowa 70
Loyola New. Orleans 52 Valparaiso 41
Sexton Hall 77 Louisville 66
Kansas State 81 San Francisco Uni-
versity 60

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Mead F
Kauffman F
Groff sky C
Schlict C
Eaddy G
Lawrence G
Pavichevich G
Topp G.
Totals
ILLINOIS
Dutcher F
Follmer F
Hooper F
Makovsky F
Kerr C
Peterson C-F
Baumgardner C
Bredar G
Bemoras G
Schuldt G
Plew G
Wright G
Sterneck G
Totals
ILLINOIS
MICHIGAN

4 8
1 2
5 4
1 0
'1 1
3 1
3 0
1 0
21' 14
G F
1 0
6 5
0 2
2 1
7 2
5 3
2 0
6 2
6 3
0 2
2 0
1 0
o00
38 20
24 25 24
18 10 24

4 16
4 14
1 2
3 3
1 7
1 6
0 2
21 66
PF TP
0 2
4 17
4 2
0 5
4 16
3 13
3 4
2 14
2 15
1 2
0 4
1 2
0 0
24 96
23-96
14-66

Freshman football numeral
winners may call for their
sweaters this morning at Yost
Field House.
--Henry Hatch
career this season, retired in fa-
vor of Norm Van Brocklin after
one of his aerials was intercepted
and run back for a Pitt tally.
* * *
VAN BROCKLIN tossed three
scoring passes in leading the Rams
to the win, filling the quarterback
slot ably.
With the yardage picked up
against the Steelers Dan Towler
succeeded the Giants' Eddie
Price as the circuit's top ground
gainer with 894 yards in 156
carries.
In the American Conference the
Cleveland Browns backed into the
title as they were edged, 37-34, by
the New York Giants.
* * *

Fre throws missed: Michigan-Cod-
well 5, Mead, Kauffman, Groff sky 5,
Schlict 4.'
Illinois-Dutcher 3, Bemoras 2,
Bredar, Peterson, Follmer.

ALEX MC CLELLAN
... makes Blues blue
* * *
lost through injury looked strong
-as did the first-string trio, but
the flashy second line was medi-
ocre.
COACH Vic Heyliger had the
third line combination of Doug
Mullen, Telly Mascarin and Bert
Dunn on the ice throughouta good
part of the contest and they
played fine hockey. Mullen, the
fiery red-head junior center and
Mascarin, sophomore wing-man
each scored a goal and Dunn got
an assist.
Dunma and Mullen teamed for
one of the evenings neatest
neatest scores when the rangy
transfer frdm the University of
Montreal scintillated standing
room only crowd on a spinning
pass to Mullen who scored from
close in.
The potent and fancy skating
first line again proved its class by
tallying nine points against To-
ronto. In the two games played so
far this season, Captain Johnny
Matchefts leads the team in scor-
ing with six points on one goal
and five assists.

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TORONTO, in the past the ing team the Trojans will have
number one ice power in Canada played. He ridiculed the point that
never seriously threatened to take UCLA defeated the Big Ten co-
the James Thompson cup back champions, 20-7, pointing otit that
across the border with them. one of their stars, Harland Carl,
The impotent Blues will have was unable to appear in that
to take a back seat this year to game, and that ,UCLA benefited
the Montreal and McGill sextets- from a couple of game breaks.
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