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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1948

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mousy, Kaftan

Too Much or Wolverines

To Handle

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Ketucky Tops
Columbia in
NCAA Opener
NEW YORK, March 18-(/)-
Kentucky's potent Wildcats
smothered Columbia's Ivy Leaguel
champions, 76-53, tonight in thej
first semifinal game of the Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic Asso-1
ciation Eastern playoffs.
A capacity Madison Square
Garden crowd of nearly 18,5001
was on hand for the doubleheader
attraction. which also featured a
game between Holy Cross' defend-
ing NCAAA titleholders and
Michigan, the Big Nine champion.
The opening contest was a
hard-driving affair a bit on the
rough side. The scoring starts of
both teams went out in the sec-
ond half on personal fouls.
"Wah Wah" Jones, Kentucky's
point-making ace, was ejected
about midway the last hfalf after
ringing in 21 points. Walter Bud-
ko, who set a new individual scor-
ing record at Columbia this year,
went out shortly afterwards, af-
ter tallying 17.
Columbia held its own for the
first eight minutes before Ken-
tucky, taking advantage of its su-
perior height and experience,
started pulling away steadily.

Michigan Fades Rapidly
After Close First Period
Suprunowicz Tops Losers with 14 Points;
Zone Defense Impotent Against Crusaders

NO EXPE RIENCE YEDEDEI:
Dislike of PEM Made Johnson Star

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away from him. Finally, with
four minutes to play, Elliott
went out on personal fouls, and
Cousy gave him an affectionate
handshake in parting.
Don McIntosh and Bill Robeits
assumed the role of pivotmen
against the Crusaders and they
each were able to rack up ten
points.
The Wolverines. got off to a
good start and after grabbing the
21, 16 lead wero unable to score
as the men from Boston caught
them and went ahead fast.
Michigan did its best to stop
the Crusaders with a zone, but
Tigers Drop
Close Contest
To Braves 6-
BRADENTON, Fla., March 18-
(/)-Making their 11 hits count
heavily against a Detroit Tiger
"scrup" lineup, the Boston Braves
took a 6 to 4 exhibition baseball
victory before 919 fans here to-
day.
Detroit almost matched the
Braves in the hitting column, get-
ting 10 off Warren Spahn and
Ed Post, both lefthanders, but
lacked the clutch punch, leaving
13 runners stranded.
The Tigers were under direction
of Coach Bill Sweeney as Man-
ager Steve O'Neill remained in
Lakeland because of a swollen
ankle.
Tiger outfielder Vic Wertz will
also be on the shelf for a few
days with a sprained ankle suf-
fered sliding home yesterday on
an inside-the-park home run.
Illinois Figlt
Probe Delayed
CHICAGO, March 18-(W)-The
Illinois Athletic Commission today
postponed until Monday action on1
a 23-day suspension of profes-
sional boxing proposed by Gov-
e rnor Dwight Green.
The delay was caused by the ab-
sence of member Roy Keehn, who
is ill.
The other two commission
members, however, took action to
suspend indefinitely Mike Spinelli,
New York, manager of the boxer
Sam Baroudi of Akron, Ohio.
whose ring death here Feb. 21
precipitated criticism of the com-
missionand state boxing code.
a nt *a ns Witt, 4-1

Cousy and Kaftan were so dead-
ly with their long, set shots thatI
even Elliott was unable to cope
with the situation.
Early in the second when it be-
came apparent that the zone was
useless, the Maize and Blue!
switched to a man to man which
halted Holy Cross temporarily.
Near the end of the contest
both teams began to substitute
freely with both squads using all
their available men.
The usually adept Wolverine
subs were ineffective this time,j
however, and the Crusaders pro-
cecded to make it a rout.
Columbia held its own with
Kentucky through the earlyl
stages, trailing only 14-15 after
the first ten minutes. But the
Wildcats pulled away to a 38-24
lead at the half and kept going.
Jones registered 21 points for
Kentucky before he was expelled.
Walter Budko, Columbia's record-
setting point makers, led his team
with 17.

By MORT ELDRIDGE
Val Johnson s presence on the
University of Michigan track team
as their 440 yard specialist is due
to a pair of amazing chances.}
When Johnson entered Michi-
gan in the spring of 1944 he had
behind him a record which was
very unusual for a future track
star. Coming from Detroit afterl
graduating from Northwestern
High, Johnson had no experience.
in track. He had never run in high
school and had no idea of joining
the track squad.
However it was here that the
first coincidence sprang up. As do
.1 freshmen Val saw before him
the unpleasant prospect of PEM.
This, needless to say, did not ap-
peal to him and in looking around
for a way out he hit on the idea
of going out for track.

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BOB COUSY

Here, unlike the storybook
heroes, Val was not immediatel.
snapped up as a great prospect.
but instead started building him-
self up to run, not the 440. but the
mile. All spring he ran the mile
and the following fall (1944)
started running the 60 yard dash.
Then by chance Coach Doherty
who was on his way to the Mill-
rose Games, began wondering who
he could use in the mile relay.
Johnson's name came to mind and
Doherty wired to Michigan to have
Val start working out for the 440.
Johnson first saw action in the
spring of '45 when he ran on the
Michigan mile relay team in the
LUUt O. rfCI fI m eet,
A senior in the literary school,
val today has run the third fast-
est 440 indoors in U. of M. history.
His time was 48,8 as compared to

BOX SCORE
Michigan (45) . G
Suprunowicz, f ......7
McIntosh, f ..........4
We~Caslin, f ..........0
Mikulich, f ..........0
Wisniewski, f...... ,..0
Roberts, c...........3
Harrison, G,.........2
Elliott, g ............2
Morrill, G...........0
Wierda, g...........0
Bauerle, g ..........0
Stottlebauer, g ......0

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Bob Ufer's form'er Conference rec-
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Breidenbach's time of 48:7.
Val expecting to reach his peak
this spring has hopes of smashing
the Michigan record outdoors of
47 flat in the 440. This record'was
set by Breidenbach when he
knocked 1:7 seconds off his indoor
mark.
As well as running the 440 out-
doors Johnson figures in the 100,
220 and mile relay. In the 220 he
also ,has hopes of breaking the
Michigan record of 20:9. So far
he has run it in 21.5 seconds.
The reson for these hopes are
twofold: this is the first year he
has been in condition all year,
hawing pulled a muscle in the fall
o: '45 and being out of school in
the fall of '46.

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Totals ............18 9 15 45
Holy Cross (63) G. F. P. TP
Oftring, f...........5 0 1 10
Cousy. f ............9 5 3 23
O'Connell, f ..........0 1 1 1
Forman, f ............0 0 0 0
Graver, f ............0 0 0 0
Dolan, f ............0 0 0 0
Kaftan, c ............7 1 3 15
Bollinger, c ..........1 0 0 2
Curran, g ..........2 1 1 5
Mullaney, g ..........2 1 0 5
McMullan, g.........1 0 1 2
Laska, g ............0 0 0 0
Totals.............27 9 10 63
Score at halftime: Holy Cross
34; Michigan 27.
Free Throws Missed: Michigan
-Morrill 2, Harrison 2. Holy
Cross-Cousy 4, Kaftan 3, For-
man, Graver.

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