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THE MCHIGAN DAILY .

TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1957

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANUARY 8,1957

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SCORES
1-M SCORES
"A' Basketball
Hayden 32, Allen-Rumsey 30
Wenley 48, Anderson 13
Michigan 36, Williams 22
Reeves 28, Kelsey 20
Cooley 29, Gomberg 22
Van Tyne 52, Strauss 39
Chicago 42, Huber 39
Greene 28, Winchell 20
"B" Basketball
Winchell 40, Greene 21
Scott 38, Wenley 13
Adams over Hinsdale, forfeit
Van Tyne 49, Taylor 35
Chicago 29, Lloyd 19
Williams 41, Strauss 8 ,
Kelsey 20, Huber 18

Hoosiers Top
By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Archie
Dees poured through 28 points
last night as Indiana University
defeated Wsiconsin, 79-68. to win
its second Big Ten Conference S
victory.
Wisconsin has been whipped
twice in league play
Indiana's tall players controlled
the backboards and out-rebound-
ed the Badgers, 75-38. Dees pulled
down 23 points while Dick Neal,
a 6'5" senior starting his second
game for the Hoosiers. got 26.
Neal collected 10.
Indiana, never trailing, moved
away to a 21-12 lead after 10 min-
utes. but the Badgers closed the
gap to 25-24 with six minutes to
go in the first half
Illini Top Iowa
CHAMPAIGN Ill.-Hiles Stout,
George BonSalle and Roger Tay-
lor led a second-half surge which
enabled Illinois to come from be-

Badgers; Dees Gets 28

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hind and beat Iowa's defending
Big Ten basketball champions
last night, 81-70.
Iowa. which now has lost its
two opening Big Ten games, had
a 31-29 lead at halftime as cen-
ter Tom Payne, who was the
night's high scorer with 28 points,
got 10 of his total in the first 20
minutes.
Meantime, Stout, BonSalle and
Taylor had combined for only sev-
en points - three, two and two
respectively.
They found the range in the
second half - Stout adding 14,
BonSalle 10 and Taylor 10. In ad-
dition, Harv Schmidt scored nine
of his 13-point total in the final
half.
The Hawkeyes took brief leads
on three different occasions at
the start of the second half but
then Stout, Schmidt and BonSalle
led a rally in which Illinois scored
13 straight points to go ahead,
49-39. {
OSU 75, Purdue 68
COLUMBUS. Ohio-Ohio State
University's Bucks poured it on in

the closing minutes to defeat the
Purdue Boilermakers 75-68 in a
Big Ten basketball game before
9,500 fans last night.
It was a see-saw battle until,
with 4:17 left in the game, OSU's
Jim Laughlin iced it with a one-
hander from 20 feet out. After
that the Bucks held onto the lead,
until the final whistle.
Notre Dame 82, NU 61
EVANSTON, Ill.-Notre Dame,
paced by Captain John Smyth's
28 points, last night avenged an
earlier basketball loss to North-
western by trouncing the Wild-
cats, 82-61.
Smyth, aided by Tom Hawkins.
and John McCarthy, pulled the
Irish back from a 14-8 deficit ear-j
ly in the opening minutes en route!
to avenging an earlier 75-60 loss
last month.

Spartans Give Up One Point
During Final Five Minutes
(Continued from Page 1)
The squad managed to get through
Then State's Larry Hedden got the contest with only Tillotson
Shot and Michigan began to suffer u ou but Le Shearon and
from aslgtlpe ni]Jm Randy Tarrier were all carrying
frma slight lapse d~nitl Jim
Shearon, who hadn't started 'the four personals in the final tight
game but was in for most of the moments of the game.
second half, dumped in three of As far as points went, however.
his classic jump-shots. Michigan's fouling didn't hurt too

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JUMPING JACK - Sophomore guard Jack Lewis resists the ef-
forts of Michigan State's Pat Wilson to tally two of the 10 points
he contributed to the Wolverines' 74-69 victory last night at East
Lansing.

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BIG TEN
BASKETBALL STANDINGS

By PALL BORMAN
Bthe Canadiens who won both of
Last weekend's games saw the their games over the weekend.
Boston Bruins slip down another Aided by their star center, Jean

Ohio State
Indiana
Minnesota
Northwestern
MICHIGAN
Illinois
Purdue
Mich. State
Iowa
Wisconsin

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Pts.
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152
91
75
138
169
140
140
130
122

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118
136
88
54
142
161
146
142
157
154

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notch in the National Hockey
League standings, while the Mon-
treal Canadiens moved up to
challenge the Detroit Red Wings.
Bruins, Tie, Lose1
The Bruins, who lost first place
to Detroit at the start of the new
year, had a disastrous weekend in
which they could only muster a
tie with the lowly Chicago Black
Hawks while losing to the Toron-
to Maple Leafs, and dropped to
third.
Moving up to second-place were

'Beliveau, who leads the NHL
scoring race with 56 points, the
"Flying Frenchmen'' moved into
the challenging slot, one point be-
hind the Red Wings.
Beliveau tallied the only score
of Saturday night's game with the
Red Wings to give Montreal a 1=0
shutout over the league leaders.
Sunday night the Canadiens won
by a 3-2 margin as they edged
the New York Rangers in a game
which saw Beliveau injured.
Detroit managed to hold its

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slim one-point lead over Mon-
treal' and two-point lead ,ver
Boston by edging Toronto, 2-1,1
Sunday, on a third-period goal byI
John Bucyk.
Toronto gained two points over
the weekend to move into a tie
with the New York Rangers for
fourth place, the final playoff
slot. The Maple Leafs beat Boston
and lost to Detroit while the Ran-
gers lost to Montreal in their only
encounter.
Nine points behind the tied
fourth-place teams are the Chi-
cago Black Hawks, who have won
only eight games this season, The
IHawks, however, in the past week
held Boston and Montreal to ties.
Beliveau Sidelined
Coming games in the NHL find
Toronto at New York on Wednes-
day, and Boston at Detroit and
Toronto at Montreal on Thursday.
It is doubtful that Montreal's
Beliveau will see action Thursday
because of his severely-sprained
hip.

Two free throws by Ron Kram-
er made the score fairly com-
fortable again, 69-61. with five
and a half minutes to go.
It was here that State put on a
great show of aggressiveness while
Michigan decided it was wise to
freeze. The results: eight points
for the Spartans. one free throw
for the Wolverines, but just the
free throw that was needed.
The Michigan victory, although
close and wrapped up by its hair-
raising finish, produced quite a
few encouraging factors.
One excellent turn of events was
the return of George Lee to im-
pressive figures in the scoring
column. The sophomore guard had
been somewhat. off his form for
the past few weeks, but looked very
strong last night, both on the
boards and in dumping in his 20
points, which took both team and
game honors.
Also encouraging was the ex-
cellent play of Pete Tillotson. Til-
lotson was extremely aggressive on
defense and displayed his deadly
shooting eye as he made some nice
jump shots and several lay-ups
for 15 points.
Guard Jack Lewis, who came
out of the unknown to gain a
berth on the starting five, dis-
played a lot of poise and passed
off beautifully several times to
set up easy lay-ups for his taller
teammates.
The general teamwork and ball-
handling of the whole team also
seemed improved at various points
in the contest. Many such scoring
plays were set up last night instead
of the usual shoot and rebound
type of play. The .450 shooting
average of the team was very
creditable.
The fouling situation still
plagued the Wolverines, however.

MICH. STATE G
Ferguson, f .... 7
Hedden, f...... 7
Anderegg, f .... 2
Bencie, c .......3
Green, c ...... 3
Quiggle, g......5
Wilson, g....... 0
Scott,-g........1

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3-4
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much as State was unable to cap-
italize well, and also they were
guilty of one more infraction than
were the Wolverines.
A point worth mentioning was
the verbal beating Kramer took
from the State fans. All 11,000 of
them booed him on his first foul,
Nothing to It

MICHIGAN G F P
Tillotson, f 7 1-2 5
Lee, f-g........ 8 4-9 4
Kramer, e......2 2-2 3
Burton, g....... 2 1-3 05
Lewis, g........ 2 6-7 0 1
Tarrier, f....... 3 1-1 4
Shearon, g...... 3 1-3 4
Totals ..,-....27 16-27 20

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16
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9
9
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Totals .......28 13-23 21 69
MICHIGAN........ 35 35-70
Michigan St. ...... 40 29-69
and wouldn't let him rest after
that. At one crucial point late in
the game, Kramer went to the line
to shoot two.
The booing he had been hearing
all night rose to a tremendous yell
as he prepared to shoot. Kramer
merely set himself and plunked in
both shots. After this incident his
play under the boards was mag-
nificent. The fans had made a
mistake.

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North Carolina continued their
domination of the Associated
Press' college basketball rankings
yesterday, with the two unbeaten
powers combining to head all but
nine of 83 ballots cast by sports-
writers and sportscasters partici-
pating in the fifth weekly poll.
Pre-Season Choice
Wilt Chamberlain and the Jay-
hawks, rated first in preseason
estimates and No. 1 in each ac-
counting since, drew 45 first-place
votes and 732 points on the usual
basis of 10 points for first, nine for
second, eight for .third, etc.
North Carolina again held the
runnerup position, topping 29 bal-
lots and winding up with 684
points.

Kentucky, twice-beaten but al-
ways powerful, held third place
followed by Southern Methodist,
Louisville, Vanderbilt, Iowa State,
UCLA, Seattle and Illinois.
Although the makeup of the top
10 remains the same, the align-
ment shifted as a result of Illi-
nois' 91-88 loss to Minnesota Sat-
urday.
Illini Drop
The Illini dropped from fifth to
tenth with the others moving up
or holding fast. Biggest advance
was from ninth to sixth for Van-
derbilt, which handed Tennessee
its first loss Saturday.
The top teams with first place
votes and won-lost records
through games of Saturday, Jan.

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12.
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14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Seattle (2) (11-2) 141
Illinois (6-2) 136
Okla. City (1) (8-2) 114
Oklahoma A&M (7-1 98
Wake Forest (10-3) 82
Canisius (10-1) 79
Duke (7-3) 74
Tennessee (8-1) 67
St. Louis (7-4) 54
West Virginia (9-3) 48
Minnesota (5-3) 39
Western Kentucky (6-3) 37

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5, in parentheses:
1. Kansas (45) (10-0)
2. N. Carolina (29), (11-0)
3. Kentucky (4) (9-2)
4. Southern Meth. (11-1)
5. Louisville (1) (8-2)
6. Vanderbilt (8-1)
7. Iowa State (8-1)
8. UCLA (11-1)

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684
535
427
301
251
220
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Ford Cops LA Open-
LOS ANGELES 0P)-Doug Ford
smashed through a massed scor-
ing jam late yesterday afternoon
to win the $35,000 Los Angeles
Open Golf Tournament with a
last round score of 69 and a 72-
hole total - of 280.
Winner of many major golfing
events in the nation but never this
one before, the .33-yr.-old Ford
picked up the $7,000 top money
wtih rounds of 69-71-71-69-280,
under par for the par 36-35-71
Rancho Golf Club Course.
Heading into the last nine holes
of the wintertime classic, Ford
was one of 13 players bunched
within a two-stroke spread. There
was still another threesome to
finish when the Mahopac, N.Y.,
pro putted out on the crowded
18th green.
He had known for four holes
that par on it would give him the
victory by one shot over Jay He-
bert, who had come In . earlier
with a 67 for 281.
Ford settled down and got the
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