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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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for their efforts. Time after time
the Bulldogs had the ball stolen
from them or found their shots
blocked.
Michigan's defense combined
with Butler's shooting inefficiency
to hold the visitors to a meager 16
points during the first half. Butler
was able to score on only five of
28 shots in the first 20 minutes of
play, for an 18 per cent shooting
average.
In comparison, Michigan netted
14 of 43 shots during the same pe-

Number Two
BUTLER G F PF TP
Sheetz, f...........0 0 4 0
Guzek, f,...........2 4 1 8
Peterman, f ........1 2 0 4
Ditmire, i ........1 0 0 2
Jung, c .. ........,0 4 0 4
Foster, c.............0 0 4 0
Frohliger, c.........0 4 1 4
Cox, g.............7 4 3 18
Holloway, g.....3 0 3 6
Redenbacher, g ....1 4 3 6
Baldoni, g .........1 2 1 4
Frayman, g ........0 0 0 0
TOTALS.........16 24 20 56
MICHIGAN G F PF TP
Groff sky, f ........5 2 5 12
Lingle, f ..........0 0 0 0
Jorgenson, f....... .4 0 3 8
Kramer, f ..........1 3 2 5
Maentz, f...........0 0 0 0
Williams, c ........6 0 3 12
Barron, g ..........4 8 3 16
Shearon, g .........0 2 2 2
Eaddy, g ...........5 6 4 16
Raisor, g .........,0 0 0 0
TOTALS.........25 21 22 71

from coming close to repeating the
101 point total which they amassed
in defeating Pittsburgh the previous
Saturday.
Scoring honors for the Maize-and-
Blue cagers were spread fairly
even, as center Harvey Williams
and Groffsky scored 12 points each
and forward Tom Jorgenson added
eight tallies to the Wolverine total.
Rebounding Weak
Both squads were weak in re-
bounding during the entire contest.
Michigan managed to gather in 18,
while Butler grabbed 14. The bulk
of Michigan's work under the
boards was done by Williams and
Groffsky, who totaled 11 rebounds
between them.
Kramer, the sophomore forward
who was expected to break into the
starting lineup when he became
adjusted to the change from the
gridiron to the basketball court,
saw considerable action but still
seemingly hasn't rounded into
shape. The -3" cager scored five
points but appeared slow and often-
times somewhat awkward.
Tom Maentz, another forward
who is trying to bridge the gap
from football to basketball, put in
a. short appearance but seemed to
be gaining ability under the back-
boards. The sophomore from Hol-
land, Mich., grabbed two rebounds1
during his brief stay on the court.
In contrast to his seemingly im-
proved play against Pittsburgh,
Williams, another question-mark
cager, was erratic last night, play-
ing brilliantly at times and only
average at others. -
Traber't May
Be Benched,
Says Talbert
BRISBANE, UR)-Unless he shows
marked improvement in the next
four days, Tony Trabert may be
benched and replaced by Hamilton
Richardson in the interzone Davis
Cup finals against Sweden.
Bill Talbert, nonplaying U.S. cap-
tain, indicated as much yesterday
after another doubleheader practicer
session at which special attention
was given to out-of-touch Trabert.
American and Swedish tennis
aces meet on the Hilton Courts here
next Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day for the right to challenge Aus-I
tralia for the international trophy.

-Daily-John Hirtzel
OPEN NET-Montreal's goalie, Cy Guevremont, is drawn away
from his post as teammate, Richard Dupond (7), Michigan's
Jay Goold (9), and several other players search for an elusive
puck.
Dunnigan's 3rd Period Goal,

49ers Edge
Colts in Grid
Battle, 10=7
SAN FRANCISCO (A-The San
Francisco 49ers eked out a 10-7 vic-
tory over the Baltimore Colts yes-
terday in a National Football
League finale that featured bril-
liant defensive line play and stut-
tering offensives.
The 49ers 90-yard march in the
third quarter to the winning touch-
down, scored from a scant yard out
by fullback Joe Perry, offered
slight comfort for what they had
set out to do.
The 49ers-playing before 26,956
plus a national TV audience -
wanted to salvage some glory
from a disappointing season by
springing Perry loose for 140 yards.
That would have given him a new
NFL ground gaining record for
one season.
Perry Misses Record

riod, with Paul Groffsky, Ron Kra-
mer and Eaddy combining to score
four consecutive two-pointers.
Tables Turned
The Wolverines found the tables
turned in the second half, however,
as Cox hit consistently to lead his
teammates to a 37.5 per cent sec-
ond half shooting average, while
Michigan slipped to a mark of 26
per cent. In the end, the shooting
percentages were about even, but
the Maize-and-Blue took 26 more
shots than the Bulldog cagers, and
this told the story.
Butler's ball control game slowed
down the tempo of the contest con-
siderably and kept the Wolverines
Buy and Use
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FREEMAN SCORES 37:
OSU Wins; Iowa Dropped by Missouri

Gives Michiga
MacFarland, Pitts T
For Wolverines; Sch
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the left alley, and while the Michi-
gan defense left him alone, blasted
the puck past the outstretched legs
of Howes.
While the Maize and Blue were
shorthanded, as Neil Buchanan
was sitting in the penalty box with
a two minute penalty for elbow-
ing, Lameroux scored the second
goal for the visitors.- Center Ber-
nard Gratton took a long shot at
Howes, who cleared it onto the
stick of Lameroux. The Montreal
puckster slapped the puck into
the open -net for another Montreal
score.
MacFarland cut the visitor's
margin with a breakaway goal in
the late stages of the opening per-
iod. With the Maize and Blue a
man down, he picked up the loose
puck and headed down the ice.
The lone man between himwand
Guevremont was defenseman Ger-
ald Houle, but MacFarland stick-
handled the puck past him and
went in on Guevremont, who had
no chance to stop the -Michigan
captain's shot from five feet out.
Rendall, Dunnigan
With the Wolverine sextet fight-
ing desperately to knot the count,
Tommy Rendall and Dunnigan
carried the puck into the Montreal

H o k yThe rugged Colts held 210 pound
in H ocke Ti. e "Jolting Joe" to 42 yards for a sea-
son total of 1,049. The record re-
mains with Steve Van Buren of
ally Other Two Goals the Philadelphia Eagles who made
1,146 yards in 1949.
Biller Suffers Injury The Colts scored first on a 20-
yard pass, Garry Kerkorian to
zone. Pitts, who was a trailer on Buddy Young, in the first period.
the play, took a perfect pass from The 49ers narrowed it to 7-3 with
Rendall and slapped a 40-foot shot an 11-yard Gordie Soltau field goal
past Guevremont, who was screen- in the second, before they clinched
ed on the shot and had no oppor- the game in the third.
tunity to stop it.
Schiller Injured NFL Standings
Bob Schiller, Michigan stellar
defenseman, became a casualty EASTERN CONFERENCE
late in the final period when he W L T Pet.
fell and cut his face on the skate Cleveland ........ S 2 0 .800
New York......... 7 4 0 .636
of a Montreal played. He required Philadelphia.......6 4 1 .600
several stitches on his face, and it Pittsburgh........ 5 6 0 .455
was not determined how long he Chicago Cardinals 2 9 0 .182
will remain out of action. Washington . 2 9 0 182

COLUMBUS VP) - Displaying
some uncanny shooting, Ohio
State upset St. Louis, the nation's
12th ranked quintet last night 91-
86, as Buckeye guard Robin Free-
man poured 37 points through the
nets.
Captain John Miller scored 25
points as the unbeaten Bucks won
their third straight and handed
St. Louis its first loss after two
wins.
The taller St.. Louis team could
not cope with the torrid Buck
marksmen, who sank 48 per cent
of their shots. St. Louis made 37
per cent of its tries.
Ohio State has topped the 90-
point mark in each of its three
games this year and is sinking
field goals at an impressive 48
per gent clip.
* * *
Indiana 73, Notre Dame 70
SOUTH BEND, Ind. 0P)-In-
diana's Hoosiers took the lead for
the first time in the last half-min-
ute and slashed a string of 22
straight home basketball victor-
les for Notre Dame's Irish yester-
day, 73-70. It was a rousing start
for the nationally-televised NCAA
series.
Capt. Jack Stephens, 6-2 Notre
Dame senior guard, poured 32
points through the nets but the
ultimate hero of the game was
Hallie Bryant, 6-3 Indiana sopho-
more.
Bryant lofted the basket that
gave the Hoosiers their first lead,
69-68, with less than 30 seconds
left in the game. He scored all of
his 12 points in the second half
after Notre Dame led 42-36 at the
Intermission.
* * *
Missouri 97, Iowa 94
COLUMBIA, Mo. (R)-Missouri
rolled up a home court record
score in defeating the University
of Iowa basketball team 97-94 last
night. Missouri held an eight-
point margin most of the way.
It was 49-39 at the half.
It was Missouri's second vic-
tory in three meetings with Big
Ten teams this season. The Tigers
lost to Illinois, then beat Indiana.
Carl Cain, Bill Logan and Sea-
berg each got 20 points for Iowa.

Illinois 59 ,Oklahoma A&M 53
STILLWATER, Okla. (IP)-Illi-
nois, leading all the way and by
as much as 18 points at one point,
proved too much for Oklahoma
A&M last night in an inter-sec-
tional basketball game 59-53.
Bill Ridley was high for the
evening with 21 points followed
by George BonSalle with 18. Be-=
hind them was Mack Carter, Ok-
lahoma A&M forward, with 16.
It was Ridley's 14 points by him-
self in the first half that broke
the game wide open.
* * *
Minnesota 94, DePaul 84
MINNEAPOLIS (R--Spray-shoot-
ing Minnesota demoralized DePaul
late in the first half and smashed
its week-old school scoring record
for a 94-84 victory here last night.
The output exceeded by one point
the previous Gopher record set last
week in a losing battle against the
same Blue Demons at Chicago.
Dick Garmaker bagged 24 points
for Minnesota and massive Bill
Simonovich, 6-11 Minnesota center,
hit 20 points.
* * *
Wisconsin 77, Oklahoma 66
NORMAN, Okla. (M-Dick Cable,
Wisconsin hotshot, bucketed 28
Scores
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
MICHIGAN 71, Butler 56
Indiana 73, Notre Dame 70
Ohio State 91, St. Louis 86
Wisconsin 77, Oklahoma 66
Missouri 97, Iowa 94
Minnesota 94, De Paul 84
Purdue 81, SMU 75
Illinois 59, Oklahoma A&M 53 E
Temple 59, Navy 55
LaSalle 76, Niagara 75 (overtime)
Bradley 79, Iowa State 67
Penn State 91, Carnegie Tech 75
Columbia 66, CCNY 56
William and Mary 79, North Carolina
76
Wake Forest 100, Virginia 90
Kentucky 73, Xavier 69
North Carolina State 66, Eastern Ken-
tucky 53
Kansas State 70, Wyoming 50
St. Johns 93, Holy Cross 73
Rice 79, Louisiana State 72
Vanderbilt 71, TCU 50
Seton Hall 84, Wheaton 65
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Detroit 4, New York 1
Boston 3, Montreal 0
Chicago 2, Toronto 1

points last night to pace the Badg-
ers to a 77-66 basketball triumph
over Oklahoma which barely man-
aged to stay within shooting dis-
tance because of an 85 per cent
average at the foul line.
Cable, a 6'-2" forward, plunged
in 13 of 16 field goal attempts, an
81 per cent feat, and added two
free throws for his total.
* * *
Purdue 81, SMU 75
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (M - Purdue
inflicted Southern Methodist's sec-
ond defeat of a three-game basket-
ball road trip last night, 81-75, but
Joel Krog of the Texans was high
scorer with 24 points.
Art Barnes of SMU hit three
straight shots early in the game
and the Mustangs rushed into a
124 lead. Purdue caught up at 16-
16, ran up. a 36-26 halftime lead and
stayed on top the rest of the way.
Union Names
.Pool Contest
.Prize- Winners
James Dowling gained first prize
in the recent pool contest sponsored
by the Union Student Offices with
expert pool player, Dr. Harry Car-
ver, accepting the challenge of stu-
dents.
Dr. Carver defeated everyone he
faced, but Dowling gained his prize
by holding the 'master to a-75-66
score. John Stone and Steve Gennes
copped the second and third prizes,
respectively.
Entrants for the forthcoming
straight rail and three cushion. bil-
liards tourneys may sign up at.the
pool room desk this week.
Look Well-Groomed.
for the Holidays?
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
from All-
the Daseola Barbers
nea rMichigan Theatre

STASTICs
FIRST PERIOD: Goals - 1-Montreal-
Roneck (unassist ed) 1:56; 2-Lamer-
oux (Gratton) 10:35; 3-Michigan-
MacFarland (unassisted) 15:52; 4-
Michigan Pitts (Rendall, Dunnigan)
18:42
Penalties - Michigan-Buchanan (el-
bowing) 10:03; Goold (elbowing)
15:37; Montreal-Gratton (handling
the puck) 2:37.
SECOND PERIOD -- Goal-5-Montreal
Landry (Bradley) 2:47
Penalties - Michigan-Rendall (cross
check) 11:33-Montreal-Houle (charg-
ing) 10:46; Perreault (cross check)
17:20.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals--B-Michigan-
Dunnigan (MacFarland) 5:48
Penalties - Mon treal-Landry (hook-
ing and misconduct) 16:26;Ron-
eck (misconduct) 16:26.

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Dertoit............ 8 1 1
Chicago Bea s...7 4 0
San. Francisco .. 7 4 1
Los Angeles........5 5 1
Green Bay........ 4 7 0
Baltimore......... 3 9 0
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 10, Baltimore 7
SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE
Chicago Cardinals at Washington
Detroit at Chicago Bears
Green Bay at Los Angeles
New York at Philadelphia
Pittsburgh at Cleveland

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