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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRED

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1956 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREN
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Ca ers
Lee Scores
27 To Lead
(Continued from Page1)

Trip

Rutler;

Icers

Triumph

other possible ways of getting two
poinits.
But with 13:28 to go, and Butler1
leading 53-47. Wolverine M. C.
Burton connected on two free
throws to start the stirring come-'
back. From then on, Michigan
never trailed by more than four,,
and with 7:25 left, Lee swished
from beyond the keyhole to tie
it up.
"Tillotson followed with a driving
Iayup after Ron Kramer, who
scored 11 and shone on defense,
had stolen the ball, and the Blue
were in front to stay.
1 .During the last four minutes,
the home team put on an effec-
tive stall, which proved too much,
for the visitors as they were drawn
into fouling.
By George'

Slow-Starting
With Four F4
(Continued from Page 1)
was in the penalty box for trip-
ping. Rendall skated in on Red-
men goalie John Swaine and fired
a hard shot which Swaine blocked,
but McIntosh was handy and
knocked in the rebound to wind
up the evening's scoring at 5-2.
The first period, although score-
less, contained a lot of exciting
hockey. Michigan had several
breakaway's which it couldn't
capitalize on due to faulty pass-
ing or overskating of the puck.
Goalie Swaine also did his share
to baffle the drives by blocking
several close-in shots.
McGill had Michigan goalie
Lorne Howes in a tight spot a few
times in the first stanza, but they
were mostly content to fire hard
from the blue line and then follow
up the shot. Michigan's defense
prevented this from working too
well, however.
Redmen Score Twice
McGill's two goals in the sec-
ond period were close in shots
which Howes never had a chance
on. The first one came on a short
shot by right winger Ross Hughes
after he had taken a pass from
Don McDonald. The second came
as the result of some fine stick
handling by George Genereux, as
he pushed by both Bob Pitts and
Bob Schiller to score.
Sophomore Don Gourley got his

Pucksters Trample McGill
ast Tallies in Final Period

MICIGAN FG
Burton. f........ 1
Lee, f-g ....11
Tarrieri,.- --c .. 2
Tillotson, f-...., 6
Kramer,c.........5
Raisor, g.0
Wright.g......8

FT PF TP
5 2 27
4 3 16
1 3 11
0 2 0
2 4 18

-Daily-Peter Song
MOVING IN-Michigan center Tom Rendall skates in for a shot
on the McGill ndt in last night's game which the Wolverines won,
5-2.
Giants Conquer Eagles;
Clinch .division Crown
PHILADELPHIA ()- The New
ork Giants won their first Na- ionship by beating Pittsburgh
tional Football League eastern di- today, and the Baltimore Colts
vision championship in 10 years next Sunday'.
yesterday, crushing the Philadel- SUNDAY'S GAMES
phia Eagles, 21-7, with a bruis- Detroit at Chicago Bears
ing ground attack and a rugged Pittsburgh at Washington
defense. Baltimore at San Francisco
As a result the Giants headed Green Bay at Los Angeles
home for a few days rest and then Chicago Cardinals at Cleveland
10 days of extensive practice for
the NFL championship game Dec.
30 at Yankee Stadium against the
western division winner, either the
Detroit Lions or the Chicago
Bears who meet at Chicago's
Wrigley Field for the honor to-
day.
The Giant victory in their last
regular season game ended any
chance the Watshington Redskins
had to grabthe eastern champ- I
ionship.
Had the Eagles won, the RedFOR liliTAI
skins could have taken the champ-

first goal in a Michigan uniform z
last night when he teamed upz
with Rendall and McIntosh to:
push in the Wolverines one goalS
before the third period.-
Hutton's Eligibility In Questionf
"We should play the whole game
like we played the last one," saidI
coach Vic Heyliger. "We are get-
ting in better shape, however. I
think we missed having Hutton
on the ice. He would have helped
the offense."
Heyliger was referring to sopho-
Statistics,
FIRST PERIOD: Goals-none
Penalties- McGill- McMullan
(hooking 14:05; Michigan-Schil-
ler (illegal check) 5:52; Switzer
(tripping 12:53;
SECOND PERIOD: Goals-1-
McGill-Hughes (McDonald) 6:34;
2-McGill-Genereux (Horsman)
9:25; Michigan - 1 - Gourley -
(Rendall, McIntosh) 12:57;
Penalties-None
THIRD PERIOD: Goals-Mich-
igan-2-Switzer (Rendall, Schil-
ler) 6:15; 3-Switzer. (McDonald)
6:28; 4-Rendall (McIntosh, Schil-
ler) 8:57; S--McIntosh (Rendall)
12:33;
Penalties- McGill- Allmand
(tripping) 10:51; Lawes (tripping)
18:38; Michigan-none

This Week In Sports
Tuesday, December18
HOCKEY-at Colorado
Wednesday, December 19
BASKETBALL-Kent-Yost Field House-8:00 p.m.
HOCKEY--at Colorado
Friday, December 21
HOCKEY--at Denver
Saturday, December 22
BASKETBALL-Pittsburgh-Yost Field House-8-:00 p.m.
HOCKEY-at Denver

more John Hutton. The right wing
missed last night's game because
of a question of his eligibility
which came up. Heyliger figures
that it will be cleared up in time
for Hutton to play out west.
Turn to page four of today's
supplement to read "This
Morning on State Street" by
Steve Heilpern and "Scene
from the Sidelines" by Dick
Cramer.
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Guzek, f..,......13
Mitchell, f........,2
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Cox, g ..,........ 8
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