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, JANUARY 15, 1954

'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JAUR 1,154TEMIHGN AL

asketball Squad Meets
parta n Hoopsters Here

Five 'M'Thinclads
To Run in Boston
Carroll Faces Whitfield and Rhoden;
Two Mile Relay Team to Compete

IT'S A FACT THAT Vic Heylig-
er, Maize and Blue Hockey coach,
set a Michigan ice record while
starting on the Michigan puck
squad. Heyliger played in 1935-36-

37setting the record of 116 goals
for a career. This record held for
14 years until Gordon McMillan,
a protege of Helyiger, set a new
mark.

ITS A FAT THAT George
Chin, outstanding Wolverine wing
on Coach Vic Heyliger's puck
squad, captured the individual
scoring laurals for the Michigan

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squad during the 19
In addition to this, ht
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N.C.A.A. tournament
and Blue won its t
title.

Michigan State's Spartans sport-
ing a 6-3 record journey to Ann
Arbor to face the Wolverines this
Saturday evening at eight o'clock.
The most recent of the Spartan
triumphs was a surprise win over
f" the highly touted Illini five, 60-59.
Leading the MSC attack was for-
. ward Julius McCoy who tallied 27
points as against the Illini high
scorer John Kerr who notched 22
markers.
McCOY HAS BEEN a real boost
to Coach Pete Newell's quintet.
The sophomore sensation, who
stands 6-2, has tallied 148 points
in nine games for a 15.1 percent-
age.
Other Spartan wins have
come over Creighton, Marquette,
Southern California, Pittsburgh
and Kansas State, all by com-
fortable margins.
In its other Big Ten contest,
the Iowa Hawkeyes took the meas-
ure of the Spartans by. a 73-63
score. MSC's other two defeats
came at the hands of Southern
California and UCLA on their

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recent trip to the west coast about
Rose Bowl time.
,, * *
IN THE Lansing five's scoring
race, Al Ferrari, the Brooklyn,
New York product, again leads the
pack. The 6-2 junior has dropped
in 136 markers in eight encounters.
Last year Ferrari was instru-
mental in the two loses handed
the Wolverines by Michigan State.
In the second encounter he con-
tributed 25 points to be high scor-
er of the evening.
Besides McCoy and Ferrari,
the MSC starting five consists of
Bob Armstrong 6-8 at the cen-
ter post, Keith Stackhouse 6-1
and Bob Devenny 5-11 at the
guards.
The Wolverine hoop schedule
has listed three tilts before next
semester. After MSC, the Maize
and Blue five faces Washington
University of St. Louis here on
the 30th of January.
Then Bill Perigo's squad travels
to Champaign to meet Illinois on
February 6th and then come back
to Ann Arbor for a return engage-
ment with Iowa on February 8th.

By DAVE ,LIVINGSTON
Coach Don Canham and five<
Wolverine thinclads open the in-
door track season against some of
the nation's toughest competitionj
tomorrow night in the Boston Gar-
den.
Jack Carroll and a two-mile
relay team of John Ross, John
Moule, Roy Christianson, and Al
Lubina will carry the Michigan
colors into Boston's star-studded
Knights of Columbus meet.
Track Schedule
FEBRUARY1
1 Western Michigan and
Michigan State Normal here1
6 Michigan AAU Relays here
13 Michigan State Relays theref
20 Illinois theret
27 Ohio State here
5-6 Big MARCH
5-6BigTen Meet, Champaign

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CARROLL, as the only collegiE
entered in the 600 yard run, wi
be up against such cinder great
as defending champ Mal Whit
field, the Olympic titlist at 80
meters, and former Morgan Sta
star George Rhoden, who holi
the Olympic 400 meter crown.
Carroll placed second to Whit-
field in the event last year
beating out Rhoden and the
Jamaican star Herb McKinley
Rhoden won the event in both
1951 and 1952.
The Michigan team faces th
best in the East in the two mil
relay. Fordham will field one c
the best quartets in the countr
while such perennial track pow
ers as Georgetown, Villanova, Se
ton Hall, Penn, and Manhatta
all have top-notch teams entere
LUBINA, a junior who previous
ly has run primarily in the longe
distances, will lead off for th
Wolverines followed by senior
Christianson and Ross with Moul
a junior, in the anchor position
Both Ross, Big Ten indoor
mile champ, and Moule were
members of a M~aize and Blue
quartetthat set an American
four mile relay record two years
ago, while Ross was also on the
team that holds the world dis-
tance medley record.
Next weekend a group of Wol
verines will return to the Eas
for the Philadelphia Inquires
GamesFriday and the Washing
on Evening Star Games Satur-
lay.
* s s
WHILE PLANS are as yet in
definite because of possible con-
licting exams, Canham hopes t
enter a mile relay team and hurd
er Van Bruner at Philadelphia
with a two mile relay team, Grant
Scruggs in the 600 yard run, and
.eorge Lynch in the 1000 com-
>etng at Washington.
The complete Wolverine squad
Pill get its first taste of competi-
ion February 1 when it takes on
Vestern Michigan and Michigan
Normal in a Yost Field House
riangular meet scheduled for 7:30
On February 6 the Field House
vill be the scene of the annual
ichigan AAU Relays.

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