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SUNDAE', DECEMBER 5, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MacFarland,
Rendall Pace
Pucksters
(Continued from Page 1)
side. At 17.42 MacFarland took a
pass sequence from Rendall and
Goold and again "soloed" by out-
racing the defense.
McGill Dominates Second
The second period, due mainly
to the brilliant offensive drive of
Guy Bourgoin and defensive spark
of Captain Phil Samis, was dom-
inated by McGill. The Wolverine
offense seemed to lag under the
big lead, and play became sloppy.
The first score for McGill came
on a beautiful unassisted shot in
the left hand upper corner by the
speedy Bourgoin. It appeared that
the game might be tight, after all,
as a hard Bourgoin shot at 8.13
trickled between the legs of Howes,
ending the period with the score at
4-2.
Michigan rallied back in the third
period to put, figuratively, the
game "on ice." An apparently
tired McGill squad seemed fired
up, but the Maize and Blue were
equal to the task. Beautiful defen-
sive work by Howes and the hard
checking Bob Schiller, whose play
has added needed life to the de-
fense, set the stage for the for-
ward line to "explode" once again.
Schiller Scores
Schiller, himself, started the fi-
nal period scoring with a bullet
screen shot at 15.10 from the blue-
line. Ten seconds later Dick Dun-
nigan had the first goal of his Var-
sity career on a breakaway down
the right side. Rendall finished the
scoring on another right-side shot,
this time crossing in front of the
goal mouth and pushing the puck

Wolverines Conquer Pitt,
101-71; Eaddy Top Scorer

(Continued from Page 1)
Collectively, Michigan made 32
field goals out of 95 attempts,
slightly better than one out of
three. From the foul line the Wol-
verines collected 37 of 51.
Pavlick Leads Pitt
For the Panthers, captain Ed
Pavlick led his squad as he scored
18 points. Pitt, off on its shooting,
could hit only 22 of 94 attempts
from the field, a percentage of
.234.
The game, a loosely played af-
fair, was broken up by the Wol-
verines late in the first half. The
Maize, and Blue whipped 13 points
through the hoop in the last four
minutes of the half, while holding
Pittsburgh to two meagre field
goals. Eaddy, with eight points,
six of them doming as a result of
fast breaks, led the outburst.
After the intermission, Michigan
took up right where they had left
High Flying!

off. Holding the Panthers score-
less for the first five minutes, it
soon became just a question of by
how many points the Maize and
Blue would win.
Top Heavy Margin
Fine regounding and superb
passing enabled the Wolverines
to run up a top heavy victory
margin. The Perigo-coached quin-
tet outfought the Panthers in the
"battle of the boards," picking up
11 more rebounds than the Pitts-
burgh squad. Harvey Williams was
high in the game as he snared
seven.
The expert passing of Michigan
brought the crowd to its feet on
several occasions. Many easy lay-
ups resulted from accurate tosses.
Groffsky and Jorgenson were most
notable in this department.
Ron Kramer, having but one
week of practice under his belt,
tired quickly and played only
about 10 minutes. In all, 10 Mich-
igan cagers saw action.

PAGE THRER
Late Score
Gains Colts
22-21 Wint
13-Yard Field Goal
Upsets Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (P)-The Balt
more Colts kicked their fifth field
goal with 12 seconds left in the
game to literally boot the Los An-
geles Rams into submission yes-
terday 22-21, in a wierd and ex-
citing battle.
As 30,744 fans looked on in as-
tonishment at the rapid change of
complexion in the game, quarter-
back Gary Kerkorian, injured in
the first half, came off the bench
and kicked a 13-yard field goal
for the precious winning points,
Suddenly facing defeat after
leading almost the entire way, the
Colts traveled 75 yards in the
waning moments on the dead-eyo
passing of rookie quarterback,
Cotton Davidson, from Baylor.
Kerkorian Turns Tide
Davidson, with his club behind
19-21, fired seven consecutive
strikes to send the Colts roaring
down to the Ram five. As the
seconds ticked off, Kerkorian
came in to defeat the Rams.
The dissension-troubled Los
Angeles club, torn in a rift with-
in the coaching ranks, suddenly
came to life in the fourth quarter
and scored two touchdowns.
It looked like the Rams had
united long enough to win thi
nationally televised game but the.
Colts would not give up and came
back to hand the Rams their
fifth loss of the season.
An important share of the vic
tory, aside from the dramatic
final seconds placekick, belonged
to halfback Bert Rechichar, who
kicked three field goals.
Baltimore ........3 10 6 3-22
Los Angeles ......0 7 0 14-2if
Baltimore scoring: Touchdowns
--Taseff. Conversion-Kerkorian:
Field goals-Rechichar 3, Kerkor-.
ian 2.
Los Angeles scoring: Touchdowr
-Quinlan, Boyd, Towler. Conver-
sions-Fears, Richter 2.

-Daily-Dean Morton
WITH MICHIGAN GOALIE Lorne Howes out of position, 'M'
lineman Jerry Karpinka (8) is successful in "playing goalie" by
keeping an unidentified McGill lineman from pushing the puck
into the corner of the cage.
Irish Top SMU, 26-14,
As Gug lielmi, Heap Star

-Daily-Dean Morton
ANOTHER MICHIGAN BASKET-Paul Groffsky (37), Wol-
verine captain, outraces the entire Panther squad to score an
easy layup. Don Eaddy (33) looks on as the Maize and Blue
edge a little closer to the century mark.

PITTSBURGH F
Pavlick, f.......... ..8 1
Riser, f.....35
Zimmovan, f ........ 3
Tait, f...............
Lewis, f.............. 0
Lazor, c............
Duessel, c ........... 13
Lepkowski, g ........ 13
Fenwick, g.........
Resutek, g .......... 0

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3
1
0
2
1
2
2
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in.
Coach Vic Heyliger was quite im-
pressed by the team's showing. Al-
though he feels "the biggest work
needs to be done in bringing the
puck out of our own zone," he feels
that the passing and the individual
performances, especially of line-
menMacFarland, Rendall, and de-
fensemen Schiller and Bob Pitts,
has been particularly encouraging.
Heyliger expects next week's se-
ries with a dangerous University
of Montreal team here in Ann Ar-
bor on Friday and Saturday to be
a good test of the capabilities of
his still undermanned and still in-
experienced icers.
STATISTICS
FIRST PERIOD-1-Michigan-Ren-
dall (Goold) 0:51; 2-Michigan-Mac-
Farland (Dunnigan) 2:25; 3-Michi-
gan-Karpinka (Rendall, MacFarland)
15:49; 4 -- Michigan -- MacFarland
(Goold, Rendall) 17:42.
Penalties: Michigan-Schiller (trip-
ping) 8:16; MacFarland(unnecessary
roughness) 10:27; Schiller (elbowing)
12:09; Goold (cross check) 17:51.
McGill -- Robertson (unnecessary
roughness) 10:27; Samis (illegal
check) 13:47; Constable (cross check)
15:13; Alimond (hard check) 16:35;
Dibble (cross check) 19:22;
SECOND PERIOD: 5-McGill-Bour-
goin (unassisted) 8:13; 6-McGill--
Bourgoin (unassisted) 18:19;
Penalties: Michigan-Schiller (cross
checking) 0.52; MacFarland (cross
check) 10:14; Pitts (board check)
10:43; MacFarland (10 minutes mis-
conduct) 10:43; Goold (roughing)
13:57; McGill-McMullan (roughing)
13:57; Bourgoin (tripping) 16:00.
THIRD PERIOD: 7 - Michigan -
Schiller (Rendall, Pitts) 15:10; 8-
Michigan - Dunnigan (Karpinka)
15:20; Rendall (Schiller) 18:49.
Penalties: Michigan-Goold (board
checking) 7:06; Buchanan (high stick-
ing) 16:45; McGill-Samis (interfer-
ence) 12:50; Bourgoin (board check)
18:11.
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By The Associated Press
DALLAS - Notre Dome's pow-
erful line smothered Southern
Methodist's ground game yester-
day as slick Ralph Guglielmi and
Joe Heap led the Fighting Irish to
a 26-14 victory before a roaring
crowd of 75,504 at the Cotton
Bowl.
Notre Dame popped an eye-
opening passing offense after re-
ceiving the opening kickoff, strik-
ing for a quickie at 4:13 of the
first period with Guglielmi's pass-
ing accounting for 59 of the 73
yards moved in seven plays. The
Irish had been shoved back to the
SMU 27 by a loss and a penalty
after Jim Morse returned the
kickoff 23 yards to the SMU 40.
Heap Scores First
Guglielmi hit end Paul Matz,
caught Heap with another and
then sta~rtled the big crowd with
a short jump pass to Dan Shannon
who fought his way 15 yards to the
15. Morse's quick thrust through
the middle, and Schaefer's four-
yard smash set it up for Heap's
four yard scoring burst over left
tackle. Schaefer's placement was
wide.
With Roach, who wasn't sup-

posed to be able to pass, throwing
forwards to Doyle Nix and Ray
Berry, SMU drove to the Irish 25
where Notre Dame was penalized
15 yards for roughing up Berry
on a pass completion. On the
first play, Roach "kept" and burst
through tackle for the touch-
down. Bernt's placement gave
SMU the lead 7-6 as the period
ended.
Notre Dame penetrated to the
SMU 32 and 41 but was stopped
twice in the second period. After
Morse punted out of bounds on the
two, Roach kicked the ball 60
yards from the line of scrimmage.
Back on their own 32, the Irish
shredded SMU's big line to go
62 yards in 12 plays, using only
one pass, and took the lead on
Guglielmi's three- yard sneak.
Schaefer's conversion was good.
Scannell Surprises
Trailing 13-7 at this stage, SMU
was forced to punt from the SMU
19, and sophomore end Scannell
blocked Roach's kick. Scannell
picked up the ball and raced 19
yards to the goal with only 1:12
of the half remaining. Ed Cook's
placement failed.

Show, g............... 1
TOTALS ..........22
MICHIGAN G
Groffsky, f-e........5
Jorgenson, f........5
Kramer, f............1
Mgentz, f ............1
Lingle, f............ 0
Sharland, f .......... 0
Williams, c..........4
Barron, g .. ...2
Eaddy, g.............9
Shearon, g........... 5

F PF TP
23 54
0 3 10
4 0 6
0 1 0
3 5 17
13 5
4 3 28
3 1 5
27 27 71
F PF TP
2 4 12
6 2 16
2 3 4
0 1 0
0 10
12 0 16
2 3 20
7 2 17
37 23 101

BIG TEN HOOP CONTESTS:
Illinois, Indiana, Top Foes; MSC Loses

CHICAGO - Ron Sobieszcyk
stole the ball for a basket with
17 seconds remaining in an over-
time to give De Paul a thrilling
94-93 victory over Minnesota in
the Gophers' opening game at the
Chicago Stadium last night.
The De Paul-Minnesota game
was forced into the five-minute
extra period on three straight bas-
kets by sophomore Gerald Lind-
sley, the last with 10 seconds of
regulation time remaining.
The Gophers' had two 25-point
scorers in Chuck Mencel and Dick
Garmaker, the latter going out on
fouls with about five minutes left.
* * *
ILLINOIS 77, MISSOURI 49
CHAMPAIGN - Illinois stifled
Missouri's scoring attack last
night and sped off with a 77-49
victory. Forward Bruce Brothers
paced the Illinois assault with 21
points.
Missouri failed to score a field

goal until center Bob Reiter pump-
ed one in with 9 minutes of the
first half gone.
Brothers was aided by Bill Rid-
ley who fired in 8 baskets and 4
free throws for 20 points. Illinois
center George BonSalle, who
sprained an ankle in workouts
earlier this week, left the game
after the first half having scored
but one goal.
Illinois moved to a 33-19 half-
time lead and pulled out ahead,
5 1-26, shortly after the second
half started.
In chalking up their second tri-
umph of the season, the Illini hit
.470 from the field to .182 for Mis-
souri.
DETROIT 84, MICHIGAN ST. 78
EAST LANSING-The Univer-
sity of Detroit basketball team
staged a surprising upset last'
night by tying highly regardedI
Michigan State 74-all at the end

of regular play and then fighting
on to win 84-78 in the five minute
overtime.
During the first half, Detroit
controlled the ball to smother the
MSC running attack and led 31-
28 at the intermission.
Forward Juliuus McCoy, who
made 31 points last week, went
out with a sprained ankle during
the half to hurt the Michigan
State chances.
The Michigan State guards
started hitting in the second half
and at one point MSC had an 8-
point lead.
INDIANA 77, VALPARAISO 66
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana's de-
fending Big Ten champions opened
t h e i r pre-conference basketball
campaign last night with a 77-66
victory over a deliberate Valparai-
so team. Wally Choice of Indiana
and Ed Eckart of Valpo tied for
scoring honors with 29 points
apiece.

TOTALS.........32

4

Late Scores

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Iowa 89, Loyola (Chicago) 79
Northwestern 87, Western Michigan 63
Notre Dame 72, Wisconsin 61
IDePaul 94, Minnesota 93
Ohio State 98, Butler 80
Pennsylvania 69, Purdue 68
Navy 81, Yale 69
NBA BASKETBALL
Philadelphia 79, Syracuse 73
Fort Wayne 90, New York 88
Boston 110, Rochester 102
NHL HOCKEY
Boston 6, New York 3
Toronto 1, Detroit 0
COLLEGE HOCKEY
North Dakota 4, Michigan State 3

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