Tuesday, January 14, 1961)
THE MICHIGAN DAILY Dn Nin
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'M' cagers disappointing
In conference road debut
By ROD ROBERT
Indiana was the number one
swimming team in the 'country a t
last year by every standard.
They swept the NCAA's by
nearly 100 points. They smashed,
Santa Clara at the AAU's by more
than 60 points. They breezed
through the Big Ten Champion-
ships with a phenomenal 490 NIGHT EDITOR:
points, 151 ahead of runner-up ANDY BARBAS
Eleven of the fifteen men that
contributed to Indiana's record score of 136-120 over Michigan.
346 points at the NCAA's are back. But this type of meet gives an ad-
Six of these swimmers went to vantage to a team with depth, and
the Olympics and took nearly Indiana has an awful lot of that.
every medal in sight. If Michigan is going to win the
Therefore, one can safely say dual meet tomorrow night, how-
that a pretty good team, one with ever, they're going to have to pull
tremendous depth, will be at Matt some upsets. Moreover, they're
Man Pool tomorrow night at 7:30. going to have to upset what
Good, that is, but not so good amounts to a parade of cham-
as to be confident of sinking a pions.
much-improved Wolverine squad. Leading the parace is "Mr.
Last Saturday, after seeing Michi- Everything" Charlie Hickcox, who
gan's performance at the Big Ten came home from Mexico Citywith
Relays, Indiana Coach Doc Coun- four medals around his neck.
cilman admitted, "Michigan could Hickcox won the 200 and 400
give us some trpuble." meter individual medley, took sec-
Indiana won the Relays by a 6nd in the 100-meter backstroke,
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By KEITH WOOD
Michigan's 94-67 loss to Minne-
sota Saturday night could be a
very costly one. As head coach
John Orr puts it, "We will not
play an easier team on the road;
Road games are probably the
number one evil as far as basket-
ball is concerned. At Minnesota
the Wolverines entered Williams
Arena like the Christians entering
the Coliseum. All the advantages
were on the side of the Gophers.
In the first place, the arena it-
self has to be one of the most
poorly lighted facilities in Big Ten
basketball. A team that is not
used to this condition, will have
considerable trouble in adjusting.
Secondly, the Gophers had 6,000
sadistic fans screaming for blood.
An enthusiastic crowd is not es-
sential for a victory, but it sure
does not do any harm.
Thirdly, it seems that the refe-
rees are generally more sympathe-
tic toward the home team. It is
not that they are entirely unfair,
but it seems that the visiting team
is more often than not a victim of
One cannot offer these factors
as excuses for Michigan's humilia-
tion Saturday night. The Wolver-
ines have not exactly been improv-
ing since they entered conference
play. They sweated out two over-
time victories on their home court.
Their 50 per cent shooting from
the field has been decreasing
steadily. At Minnesota they shot a
disastrous 29 per cent. Dennis
Stewart and Dan Fife, who were
The Wolverines, though, do
have the potential to win and win
big. They are a fast team and
generally play a better game when
they run. Minnesota coach Bill
Fitch commented, "When Mich-
igan starts running, they are dan-
gerous. They came out slow, like
most visiting teams. They started
running when we were ahead 8-2,
so Igcalled a time-out. When
Michigan starts running a six
point lead means nothing."
Michigan must also improve its
defense. Even though they were
the second highest scoring team
in college basketball before Sat-
urday night, they have given up
an average of 89 points to the
Saturday night the Wolverine
defense was almost non-existent,
Time after time the Gophers were
able to gain an open shotfrom the
k y. Marry times they just drove
through the open middle.
Michigan was also beaten on
the boards Saturday night. Coach.
Fitch admitted that he didn't
think that the Gophers could out-
rebound the muscular Wolverines,
but they did. Most of the time it
was Rudy Tomjanovich against
three Gophers under the defensive
boards. And Tomjanovich just
cannot handle three men over 6'-
6" by himself.
On the offensive boards, Mich-
igan is guilty of not following
their shots. Usually it is Tomjan-
ovich who follows everybody's
shots. Against Minnesota, the
three big men were able to clog
up the middle to hamper Rudy's
ani was a memper of ne rst
place U.S. 400-meter medley relay.
When asked to comment about,
j his star swimmer, Coach Council-
man simply offered, "Charlie's
phenomenal!" What else could
anyone say about the top swimmer
at the 19th Olympiad.
The other Hoosier Gold-Medal-
ist Don McKenzie astounded
everyone when he won the 100-
meter breaststroke. Those who saw
the Olympics on television proba-
bly remember McKenzie staring in
disbelief at the scoreboard, giving
him first place over the three
favored Russians in a photo fin-
But Sophomore Bill Mahoney,'
Michigan's top breaststroker, ' is
no disbeliever. Mahoney, who went
to the Olympics for Canada, has
watched McKenzie develop into
the world's best. After seeing him
at the Relays in East Lansing
OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALISTS Don McKenzie arnd Charlie Hickcox (right) lead Indiana's in-
vasion of Matt Mann Pool tomorrow night at 7:30. McKenzie won an upset victory in the 100
meter breaststroke, while Hickcox took the 200 and 400 meter individual medleys at the XIX Olympiad.
Bill said, "Now he looks even But back-up man Ulf Gustavsen
stronger than he was at the Olym- could easily fill Southward's shoes.
pics." The Wolverine breaststroker The sophomore Hoosier stuck close
will be swimming McKenzie as to Michigan's top distance man
well as another Hoosier Olympian Gary Kinkead during their leg of
Pave Perkowski in the 200-yard that same relay.
breaststroke. But splits from the Even swimmers at the bottom of
Big Ten Relays give each man an the Indiana roster have the po-
equal shot at first tomorrow. tential to fill the shoes of cham-
Indiana also had two divers at pion Hoosiers.
the Games last fall. Win Young Olympian Hickcox will be sup-
captured a bronze medal in the ported by some very capable
platform diving, while Jim Henry swimmers, who could easily be top
took third in the springboard men on some of the weaker Big
event. Last year at the NCAA's Ten teams. Tom Geiman has been
this duo finished in the top four under 2:05 in the 200 back, while
in both the high and low boards. Steve Ware, and Gorky Gilmore
Indiana's sixth Olympian Ron are close to the two minute mark
Jacks will lead their butterfliers. in the 200-yard individual medley.
Jacks, along with NCAA finalist Even' in the breaststroke events
Steve Borowski, will be chal- where there are two Olympians,
lengin4 Michigan in their strong- Indiana has two more excellent
est event, the 200-yard fly. swimmers in Gilmore and Pete
The sprints will be fast and Dahlberg.
furious, and should determine the!
Bryan Bateman was second in the
50 at the NCAA's last year, and
looked impressive at the Confer- East Division
W L T Pis. GFGA
ence Relays. Councilman has been Boston 23 8 8 54 149 100
very pleased with his speedster so Montreal 23 11 7 53 141 114
«Chicago 23 15 3 49 154 125
far this year. "Bateman is swim- Toronto 20 11 8 48 120 101
ming a lot faster than hesusually New York 21 17 3 45 114 106
does at this time of the season. Detroit 19 16 6 44 137 126
Usuallyhis times don't come down West Division
until later." St. Louis 20 11 10 50 117 82
The distance events had also oakland 14 23 6 34 100 137
looked strong for lastyear'ssNC- Philadelphia 10 20 11 31 86 111
Los Angeles 12 20 6 30 82 115
AA champions, but Fred South- jM'innesota 10 26 7 25 98 144
ward,' Big Ten titlist in the 500 Pittsburgh 9 25 7 25 107 144
and 1650 is not in top form, At Yesterday's Results
the Relays, Southward had to back No Games Scheduled.
off on his 500-yard anchor leg,
because of a painful shoulder with New York Today's Games
teews.orkat Los AngelesI
tendonitis. I Only game scheduled.
So the Michigan tankers will not'
only have to upset the Hoosier
champions, but' keep an eye on
their back-up men.
On paper Indiana looks like
they'll win the dual meet by about
the same number of points that
they took the Relays.
But the margin of difference
could be reduced substantially
with upsets in just a couple events.
A win instead of a loss in a relay,
a first instead of a second, a sec-
ond instead of a third, even a
third instead of a fourth could.
change the outcome of the meet in
favor of the Wolverines.
instrumental in Michigan's early Buckeyes a battle.
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ARE YOU DOING
victories, have slacked off eon-
The schedule for the rest of the
season does not exactly favor the
Wolverines. They must play Mich-
igan State, Iowa, Illinois, Purdue,
and Ohio State on the road, The
last two are Michigan's final
games of the season. Coach Snow-
den emphasizes, "We now must
win every home game to stay in
That in itself is an extremely
large task. They start this Satur-
day with a game against Ohio
State in the Events Building. This
is a must game. The Wolverines
will have to show considerable
improvement to even give the'
THIS SEMESTER FOR
Joe Na math for god
Ha. Ha, Ha.
Tex Maule, number one football writer for Sports Illustrated, is
The Jets won.
Joe Falls, sports editor of the Free Press, can go you-know-where.
The Jets won.
It was a big day for all the little people as the Establishment
took it in the ear once again.
It was a big day for the Mafia, and everyone else who gave 181/2
The Jets won.
So everyone who owes me money - either pay off or stay out
of dark alleys.
It was a big day for bonus babies: Joe. And that day came when
he had them eat their pencils and pads.
It was a big day for getting back at the employer who fired you:
It was a big day for those who were blackballed out of the NFL
(you know, the weaker league): John Sampple.
It was a big day for the boys back at the penitentiary in Nebras-
ka: Winston Hill.
Pick the one that does not belong in the following group -
Nets, Jets, Mets. That's who won.
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