THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Best Ever... Until
WO FIRSTS, two seconds and a fourth--not a bad haul for one
weekend of Big Ten action. In fact, the winter of 1959 is the best
one that Michigan athletic teams have had in quite a while.
Granted, back a few years ago the track and wrestling teams were
perepnial winners, and swimming and.gymnasticsswere right up there,
but the fifth Michigan team in Big Ten action-basketball--wasn't
doing too well.
So the 1959 season will be remembered'not only for the top per-
formances, but also the general balance of the five winter athletic
But not so fast. A look to the future will show that 1959 may be
only a stepping stone to something better. 1960, 1961, and maybe for
quite some time things could be even rosier.
Let's examine a few of the 1959 squads, and project on to next
A Couple of Winners . .
SPORTING the greatest swimming team in the history of the Big.
Ten, as shown 'by the 148-point total, the Wolverine natators'
next goal is to top the record NCAA point total. This will then prove
that Coach Gus Stager has assembled the greatest swimming team in
collegiate history. Of course, not too many people feel this have to be
As for next year, consider some of the new stars that have come
up in the last few months: Frank Legacki, Ron Clark, John Urbanscok,
Andy Morrow, and many other sophomores. Things look pretty good
for the next few decades-any team that can practically discard itsi
older stars in favor of the new and still win meets has little to fear.
Michigan's other champion, the newly-crowned Big Ten track
titlists, are also in pretty good shape for the future. The stars that'
brought the surprises at Madison were also primarily sophomores: Tom
Robinson, Tony Seth, Les Bird, John Gregg, Fred Montour, Bryan
Gibson, Marsh Dikerson, Dick Cephas, Wally Schafer, Dave Martin
and Don Chalfant.
These 11 sophomores outscored Illinois, the second-place Big TenI
team, by themselves. And don't forget, coach Don Canham has another
'fine group of freshmen this year.
So it looks like there are a couple of repeat performances comingE
next winter in track and swimming-not to mention the Big Ten out-
door track meet this spring.
Two. More Contenders .. .
MICHIGAN'S gymnastics and wrestling teams, both going into lastr
weekend's big meets with some chance of winning a title, didn'tt
share the success of track and swimming. But'they have nothing to be
Coach Newt Loken's gymnasts were able to repeat their fine dual-
meet performance of a week earlier, and Illinois' stars proved thatS
experience (particularly that gained in the Olympics) is valuable.
Second place any other year would have been very pleasing to Lokeng
and his crew, and after the initial disappointment wears off, thes
gymnasts will be content to wait till next year. Yes, next year, when--z
finally--BOTH Abie Grossfeld and Don Tonry will have graduated
and the Illini will no longer have any "superstars."s
The "next year" cry may also be part of the wrestlers' repertoire.s
With six of the eight slots filled by sophomores at Iowa City last
weekend, coach Cliff Keen can count on much improvement betweenf
now and next March. Of course, the victorious Gophers also are a
sophomore-studded team. It looks like .the Wolverines will have theirC
work cut out for them next'year, but with a year's experience added
they could, come out on the top rather than the bottom end of another
close race for he title honors.
And the Hopefuls ..1
COACHBILL PtRIGO, on the other hand, is not looking forward to
Next year. The second place finish achieved through Saturday'st
victory over Minnesota is Perigo's top finish since taking over the 'M't
cagers, and a duplication next year is not expected by most fans.
The big guns of this year's squad-M. C. Burton and George Lee-
are graduating, along with Gordie Rogers, one of the many centerss
tried by Perigo this winter. But the other three starters are returning,t
and the fine shooting-eye of -John Tidwell, plus Terry Miller's play-
making and Lovell Farris' work on the boards will certainly help in thet
'future. The improved play of sophomores Rich Robbin, Gary Kane andi
Rich Donley also indicates that Perigo may have a team that couldc
jell into a squad capable of matching this year's. But how does one
replace Burton and Lee? The answer to this is the key to next year.
The remaining winter team-hockey-did not have . the successr
granted the other five this year, but coach Al Renfrew is another whof
is looking up to 1959-60. With a fine freshman squad, and the majority
of the varsity returning, the Michigan icers should be-along with thet
others-near or at the top next year.
Of course, it would be nice to have a league to compete in. Andi
this problem is one getting serious attention from Michigan and other
institutions' athletic heads at present. Either a Big Ten or anothera
Western league should be on the books by next winter. Just in times
for the Wolverines to capture the title again if all goes well.s
1959 was the best winter ever in Michigan sports-but 1960 should
make even another revision in the record books.s
. TV, fish and future
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