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DECEMBER 9, 1956

THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

PAGL TIMIM

DECEMBER 9,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TItREE

i'Vebraska

Downs

Cagers,

736-0; Icers

ictorious

'Vichigan Trails from Start
:n Game.Delayed by Snow

SPORT SHORTS:
Pitt Defeats Miami Eleven, 14-7

By The Associated Prs

'4f

Special To The Daily
LINCOLN, Neb. -- A harrowing
is ride and some generally trying
>nditions led to a disappointing
1-60 defeat of Michigan's basket-
1ii team by Nebraska's Corn-
iskers here last night.
After last night's loss to Wichi-
, the squad went to Kansas City,

tion made this almost totally in-
effective in the second half, throw-
ing their shooting accuracy off
and making for an unusual
amount of fouling.
Nebraska, meanwhile, banked on
greater speed, and it payed off.
Jim Kubacki, a 5'10" guard, led
the Cornhuskers' attack with 21
points, 13 of them on foul shots,
and played a brilliant court game.
Burton Hits 21
Bill Perigo's five were led by
sophomores M. C. Burton, who was
also responsible for 21, and George
Lee, who still ranks as the team's
leading scorer with 57 points.
The contest was tight in the'
first half, with Nebraska hitting
on two free throws after the period
had ended to take a two-point
lead.
This was the trend until about
five minutes into the, second half,
when the home team began to run
circles around the tired travellersI
from Ann Arbor, gradually build-
ing up an insurmoutable lead.
Fouls, of course, hurt a great
deal. In addition to Kramer,
Randy Tarrier left on fouls at 9:55
into the second half, Pete Tillotson
with about 4:00 left, and Jim
Shearon with about 3:00 left to
play.
[ Snowed Under

MIAMI, Fla.-Pittsburgh gained play in the final period, Tommy
a 14-7 upset victory over Miami's Lewis, second string quarterback,

previously unbeaten Hurricanes
here yesterday.
With onily three minutes left to

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LOOSE PUCK-Goalie Lorne Howes stops a shot by Toronto's Clare Fisher in the final period of
last night's game at the Coliseum. Defenseman Neil Buchanan comes up to clear the puck (shown
by arrow) as the Wolverines win, 4-3.
olverines Halt Late Toronto a

FIRST PERIOD: Goals--Mehi-
gan-Swltzer-(McDonald, Schiller)
9:j5.
Penalties-Toronto-Watts (hook-
Ing) 7:57; Michigan-Hutton (hook-
ing) 11:46; Toronto-Elik (illegal
body checking) . 12:52; Michigan-
Switzer (hooking) 13:09; Toronto-
Brodie (slashing) 14:05; Michigan-
McDonald (slashing) 15:40; Toronto
-Whyte (tripping) 19:43.
SECOND PERIOD: Goals-2-
Michigan-Buchanan (Rendall, Mc-
Intosh) 3:36;a3-Toronto-Fisher
(Anderson, Elik) 4:45; 4-Michigan
-McIntosh (Hutton) 15:18; 5-
Michigan-Karpinka (Hutton, Pitts)
19:36.
Penalties - Michigan - Buchanan
holding) 4:02; Michilgan-Schiller
(elbowing) 4:36; Toronto-MacDon-
aid (roughing) 10:25; Michigan-
McDonald (roughing) 10:25; Toron-
to-Anderson (hooking) 12:38; To-
ronto-Brodie (charging) 13:56;
Michigan-Hayton (tripping) 16:44;
Toronto-Elik (boarding) 17:31.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals -6-To-
ronto-Elik (Linseman, Anderson)
15:08; 7-Toronto- Anderson (Linse-
man 19:27.
Penalties-Michigan-Rendall (11-
legal checking) 2:27; Michigan Ren-
dal (roughing 11:20; Toronto-Sta-
cey (roughing) 11:20: Toronto-Elik
(tripping) 12:38; Michigan-Rendall
(tripping) 16:20.
Saves: Howes 31, Cecutti 17.

rammed into the end zone for the"
second tally.
Miami scored just before the end
of the first half, with quarterback
Sam Scarnecchia sneaking into the
end zone. The Panthers, who will
meet Georgia Tech in the Gator
Bowl, went 59 yards with the sec-
ond half kickoff for their first
score.
Refuses Trotters
SAN FRANCISCO-Big Bill Rus-
sell, former All-American cager at
the University of San Francisco,
and just back from the Olympic

Games, rejected a professional
offer from the Harlem Globe-
trotters yesterday.
He is said to be considering an
offer from the Boston Celtics. The
Globetrotter offer was supposedly
for $30,000 a year.
Pro Football
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 38, Green Bay 20
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Detroit
Chicago Cards at Chicago Bears
Cleveland at New York
Baltimore at Los Angeles
Philadelphia at Washington

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(Continued from Page ")

GEORGE LEE
.. -stars with Burton

aere they were grounded, due to
ow and ice conditions. and had
take a bus all the way to Lin-
In, the game starting about an
mur-and-a-half late.
Kramer Plays
Ron Kramer made the trip with
ie team, being unable to fly to
9w York for the Look Magazine
l-America party because of the
eather conditions. He scored
ur field goals and two free
trows, fouling out with about
ve minutes to play.
The Wolverines had a size ad-
tntage, but their fatigued condi-
5,oviets Win
56 Olympic
Ueam Til
MELBOURNE (J)-The flame
led yesterday on the biggest of
1 Olympic games and the Rus-
ans tucked the unofficial team
tle under their belts.
The Russian team total was
iked to 722 after their 1-0 soc-
r victory over Yugoslavia yes-
rday, while the United States
nished second with 593. Australia
as third, followed by Germany,
ungary, Italy, and Great Brit-
in.
The Russians earned 37 gold
edals, 29 silver, and 33 bronze
)r a total of 99, compared to the
,merican total of 74, which in-
Luded 22 gold medals-11 col-
cted in track and field compe-
ition.
Kenneth "Tug" Wilson of Chi-
ago, president of the U.S. Olym-
ic Committee said that "we don't
onsider ourselves the second
ports nation of the world be-
ause of what happened here. We
pread-eagled men's track and
feld, which is, after all, the core
f these games, and we won those
ports on which we concentrate.
We are very proud of the per-
ormances of our athletes. But
,here is a lesson to be learned.
t is that -we must put a greater
mphasis on some of the fringe
ports such as gymnastics and
xreco-Roman wrestling. in which
he Russians scored heavily."
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at close range they just couldn'tl
maneuver the puck past the cle-
ver Howes.,.
Michigan's attack picked up
momentum in the second stanza.
Neil Buchanan increased the ad-
vantage to 2-0 by whipping a
30-ft. screen shot into the To-
ronto goal at 3:36.1
But shortly afterward, Buchan-
an and Schiller went to the pen-
alty box within a minute of each
other. Toronto made good use of
the advantage, with Clare Fisher1
scoring on a nice passing play with
Mike Elik and Brian Anderson.
I--

Carrying the attack into the
later stages of the period, Michi-
gan pushed home two goals to
clinch the game. With Duncan
Brodie in the penalty box, Mc-
Intosh scored the third goal, be-
ing set up nicely by John Hutton.}
Karpinka scored the clincher
at 19:38 on a play started by Cap-
tain Bob Pitts. Toronto outshot
Michigan 12-9, but again the Wol-
verines showed more polish a-
round the net.
The third period was a nip and'
tuck affair for 15 minutes, with
both squads missing golden op-
portunities to add goals. Then

Elik and Anderson netted quick
goals to put the pressure on the
fast tiring Michigan team.
Coach John Kennedy used six
forwards in the last 30 seconds,
but Howes and the Michigan de-
fense held them off. It was a rough
and tumble2game throughout with
a total of 20 penalties assessed.

MICHIGAN FG
Tarrier, f.........1I
Burton, f.........6
Tillotson, f-c .... 1
Kramer, c.........4
Lee, g-.-....... 5
Wright, g ........ 0
Shearon, g........ 0
Dunlap, f.........0
Gualtieri, I 0......0
Lewis, g ........... 0
Raisor, g.......... 0
TOTALS..........17
NEBRASKA FG
Eckwall, f........ 4
Smidt, -....... 3
Parsons, c........ 2
Reimers, g........ 4
Kubacki, g........4
Arwood, f.........0.
Wells, g .....*..... 0
Doebele, I.....0
Howard, e ...... 1
TOTALS .....,.....18

FT
6
9
1
2
4
1
9
0
0
0
1
26
FT
7
1
6
0
13
1
1
2
6
37

PF
5
3
5
5
3
3
5
0
0
2
e
31
PF
3
5
4
4
1
1
0
5
3
26

TP
8
21
3
10
14
1
2
0
0
0
1
60
TP
15
7
10
8
21
1
2
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