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FMAY, FMRUAR.Y 19, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

VALE THREE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

Hoosiers Lead Big Ten
Hoop Race Despite Loss

Newman Drubs
Roger William~s
Bohine Scores 37 Points in 121-15
Victory; Winners lead 48-6 at Half

Eastern College Hockey
Led by Boston Pucksters

ANN ARBOR'S MOST LISTENED-TO ORCHESTRA
Dancing Tues., Fri., and Sat.

By LaVERNE LANE
After a weekend characterized
by overtime periods, upsets, and
ties for first and third places, In-
diana's fiery five continued to lead
the way in the race for the Big Ten
basketball crown.
Despite the loss of their first
conference game to Northwestern
in one of the biggest upsets of the
season, the determined Hoosiers
bounced back Monday night to
overwhelm Purdue, 86-50. The vic-
tory over Purdue pulled the 1952-
53 NCAA champs out of a tie with
Iowa for the top spot.
THE HAWKEYES, who had
made a brilliant comeback last
Saturday night against the Minne-
sota Gophers, saw their hopes fade
as Ohio State trounced the ob-
viously fatigued Iowans, 77-69, for
the second big upset of the week-
end.
In the Iowa-Minnesota game,
the Gophers were ahead all the
way except in the last five sec-
onds of the regulation game. Al-
though they virtually threw the
game away through a series of
errors, they were doubly handi-
capped when first stringer's
Glen Reed and Dick Garmaker,
highscorer of the game, fouled
out at the beginning of the over-
time and Iowa went on to win

. The Illinois win over Wisconsin
Saturday night in a hectic see-
saw overtime affair pushed the
fighting Illini up into competition
with the Gophers for third place.
The regulation game between the
Illini five and the Badgers ended
in a 59-59 deadlock.
* * *
THROUGHOUT the entire game
there was seldom more than a two
point advantage enjoyed by either
team. Wisconsin's defense failed
in the extra period and Illinois
sailed on to a 70-64 victory.
Minnesota's subsequent win over
the Wisconsin hoop squad edged
the Gophers out of the third place!
tie. This put Illinois and Wiscon-
sin in fourth and fifth positions,
respectively.
Michigan State dropped from
sixth to eighth spot in the con-
ference contest, while Northwest-
ern and Ohio State both netting
two wins over the weekend moved
u pa notch.

BIG TEN BASKETBALL
W L

Indiana..............9
Iowa...................8
Minnesota ............7
Illinois.................6
Wisconsin ............4
Northwestern.........4
Ohio State...........4
Michigan State.......3
MICHIGAN .......
Purdue ...............

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By CORKY SMITH
Delta Theta Phi got off to a
'quick lead in a basketball game
with the Maroons and rolled up a
lop-sided score of 42-4 at the IM
building last night.
Bill Richardson of the Delt five
taxlied 12 points while teammate
John VonLackin put in 11. Also
for the winners Larry King scored
'nine markers and Jim McQuillan
shot six points through the hoops.
* * *
IN AN INDEPENDENT basket-
ball game, shades of Bevo Francis
were evident as Newman Club
walloped Roger Williams by the
phenomonal score of 121-15. Stan
Bohine of Newman Club led his
team with 37 points, as Jim
Schwertzer and Harvey Dean each
racked up 26. Trailing Schwertzer
and Dean were Maurice Ruddy
with 20 markers and Larry West-
flaumper with 10. Bob Prentice of
Roger Williams scored seven points
for the losers.
Michigan Co-op smothered
Nelson International House, 70-
18. Dan Liverson collected 23
points for the winners. Maurice
Binkow and Art Stein also of
Michigan Co-op, tallied 18 and
12 markers respectively. Other
scorers for the victors were Dave
Shiler with 11, and Gerry Dangl
with 8 tallies. Alexander Burr
dropped in three baskets for
Nelson House.
Phi Sigma Delta edged Delta
Chi, 34-33, in a class 'A' game.
Warren Singer scored 13 markers
for the Delta Sigs, while Dave
Sperling put in four. For the los-
ers, Dave Torrance led Delta Chi
with 12 points, followed by Joe

DeMarrias with 10 and Bill Cort-
wright with 8.
* * *
PSI OMEGA defeated Alpha
Omega in another close contest,
29-27. Bill Madden scored nine
tallies while teammate Larry Kin-
stle plunked in 10. Jim Green was
high scorer for Alpha Omega with
13 points.
PhiDelta Phi humbled Phi Rho
Sigma, 48-12, in another profes-
sional fraternity basketball game.
Irv Stenn dropped in 13 points for
the Phids and Jim Patrick fol-
lowed with 8.
Foresters breezed by Standish-
Evans, 31-21, in independent game
last night. Karl Bruder was high
point man for the Foresters with
13 markers, while Larry Gray was
second, dropping in 8 points. May-
nard Nieboer scored 6 points for
the losers.
In the preliminaries of the in-
tramural indoor relays, Phi Delta
Theta took the social fraternity
880 yard relay event in the time
of 1:43.7. Gomberg House placed
first in residence hall division
with a 1:43.2 time. Standish-
Evans, clocked at 1:48.6, was first
in the independent class.
Other scores are:
BASKETBALL
Law Club 48, Alpha Chi Sigma 22
Nu Sigma Nu 42, Alpha Kappa Kappa
19
Delta Sigma Delta 56, Phi Delta Epsi-
lon 16
Fletcher Hall 50, Air Force Cadets 2
Lawyers 43, Philippine-Michigan 26
PADDLEBALL
Theta Chii 3, ATO 0
Phi Delta Theta 3, SAE 0
Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, Beta Theta 0)
Phi Kappa Sigma 2, Alpha Delta Phi 1
Pi Lambda Phi defeated DKE (for-
feit)

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Though the attentions of most
Wolverine hockey fans are cur-
rently focused on Western Hockey
League play, it should be remem-
bered that this league is only half
of the national collegiate hockey
scene.
Eastern hockey is also in full
swing, and twelve teams are bat-
tling it out to represent the east
in the NCAA tourney at Colorado
Springs next month.
EASTERN hockey is played in
King Sparks
Rugged MSC
Hockey Squad
(Continued from Page 1)
The rest of Bessone's aggrega-
tion is almost the same close
checking crew which continually
threw Michigan's fast skating for-
wards off stride in their earlier
meetings.
Senior Gordon King, moved
up to wing to replace high scor-
ing John Mayes, who was declar-
ed ineligible at the beginning of
the winter semester, has been
the big offensive gun for the
Spartans in recent games.
King, who scored two goals
againts the Wolverines last month,
teams with Jimmy Ward and John
Gipp on State's number one of-
fensive unit.
* * *
HEYLIGER will continue to uti-
lize his ten iron men tonight,
switching them around to meet the
various situations.
The first line of Doug Mullen,
George Chin and Pat Cooney,
which Heyliger calls the equal
of any in Michigan history, will
see its usual heavy duty.
The trio has been averaging over
forty minutes a game on the ice
since the mid-season Minnesota
series, Doug Mullen, the team's
leading scorer with 46 points, has
played over three-quarters of some
contests.
* * *
THIS IS DUE to the fact that
he is used extensively to kill off
penalties and on power plays. Chin,
in the second game of the Gopher
set, pulled the fatiguing stunt of
skating in eight straight minutes
of action.
Center Bill MacFarland, with 24
goals and Doug Philpott will team
with either Yves Hebert or Jay
Goold on the second line. Jim
Haas, Neil Buchanan and Burt
Dunn from the defensive combo
and Willard Ikola, much improved
as of late, will tend the nets.
LATE BASKETBALL SCORES
COLLEGE
Wayne 60, Michigan Normal 54
Manhattan 87, St. John's 79 (two over-
times)
Georgia Tech 58 South Carolina 53
Furman 93, Mercer 49
Kentucky 90, Tennessee 63
NBA
Syracuse 91, Fort Wayne 77
New York 69, Philadelphia 60
NHL HOCKEY
Montreal 4, Detroit 2
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two leagues, and the two teams
that go to the Colorado finale are
selected by the ballots of eastern
sports writers. Several indepen-
dent teams are also under con-
sideration for the title bid,
As of last week, three teams
led the east. Leading the field
on the sportswriters ballots were
the Eagles of Boston College.
who have roled up 13 wins
against two losses. The St.
Lawrence Larriesswere second
in the poll, boasting a 9-1
record. Despite a better record,
the Engineers of Rensselaer!
Polytechnic Institute were in the
third spot. The Engineers were
10-0 as of last week.
However, these records are
against eastern foes only. Rens-
selaer dropped three games on a
western swing two weeks ago, a
factor which lowered their rating
considerably. Denver whipped the
Engineers twice, 8-3 and 3-2, while
Colorado College routed them, 8-3.
THE ENGINEERS represented
the east last year at the NCAA,
along with Boston University. This
year, Boston University appears
completely out of the running,
sporting a 3-9-1 mark. Arch-rival
Boston College appears to have
stolen their thunder.
Mediocrity is the keynote
once the remaining eastern
teams are examined. Brown,
Clarkson, and Yale have win-
ning records, but not by much.
The rest of the teams are all on
hte losing side of the ledger.
Such squads as Harvard, Prince-
ton, Boston University, Middle-
bury, and Northeastern are elim-
inated from any NCAA bid.
Summing up the entire situa-
tion, it appears as if the east is
in for a rough time out at the
Broadmoor Ice Palace this March.
WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE
STANDINGS
W L T Pct
MICHIGAN.........9 3 0 15
Minnesota .........12 1 1 14!.
North Dakota ......8 3 1 12
Denver.............6 5 0 10
Colorado College . ...4 7 0 7
Michigan State.1 9 0 2
Michigan Tech ......0 12 0 0
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