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)aY, rUR2ua1x , THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverine Sextet Freezes Out North Dakot

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Michigan Natators Face
Buckeyes Today at IM

By BOB LANDOWNE
At 3 p.m. this afternoon, swim-
rding fans will be treated to the
top dual meet of the short Mic'ii
gan home season when Ohio State
chailey ges the Wolverine nata-
tors in the IM pool.
The Buckeyes sport both the
J j50 Big Tep and NC AA Cham-
pVonshifs and though highly fav-
ored to win today's contest they
have been promised a tough battle
by Matt Mann and hi;s swimmer.
ONLY THE back stroke is con-
s:dered a "sure thing" for tha
Buckeyes who are represented in
this event by the sensational Jack
Taylor, who holds the American
Intercollegiate record for 100
yards, and Bill Sonner, who is
Conference champion at that dis-
tance.
In the breast stroke, however,
the Wolverines can possibly ov-
ercome this deficit. The ever-
improving Stu Elliott will team
up with the dependable Austral-
ian, John Davies, in an attempt
to beat out a strong OSU entry
in JoseBalmores.
In the free-style events, the
feature race will probably develop
' between Chuck Stephanos of Ohio
State and "Michigan's Wally Jef-
fries in the 440, and also possibly
in the 220. Luis Childs can also be
a threat for Michigan in the 440
f now that Taylor is concentrating
on the back stroke and won't ap-
pear in this event.
AT 220 YARDS, Bunny Nakama
of OSU and Wayne Leengran and
John Ries of Michigan may be pos-
sible point-makers for their re-
spective squads.
The sprints will also be a battle,
while overall strength in this cate-

CHUCK STEFANOS
. . . free style threat.
gory will decide the important 400
yard relay.
The Wolverines boast a strong
foursome in Captain Dave Nei-
sch, Dick Martin, Jim White and
Bob Byberg. Ohio State will pre-
sent Herb Kobayashi and Frank
Dooley to combat this group,
supported most likely by Bruce
Ransom and Dick Webber.
Michigan divers Jim Hartman
and Frank Keller will gamely try
to break into the famous spring-
board dynasty consistently built
by Buckeye Coach Mike Peppe,
which is led this year by Joe Mar-
mo who, as a sophomore last year,
placed second to the great Bruce
Harlan in the Big Ten champion-
ships.
Iarlan, as well as Hobart Bil-
lingsley, Jack Calhoun and John
Simpson have left the OSU diving
scene, but Peppe is sure to have
able replacements for them.

Rough Iowa
Five Meets
'I'? Tonight
Wolverines Still
Seeking_3rd Win
By TED PAPES
Three becomes the magic num-
ber for Wolverine cagers at Iowa
City tonight.
They will try for the third time
to record their third Conference
decision when they meet Iowa's
Hawkeyes who rule as favorites
to push Michigan further into the
loop basement.
The Hawks are in a third place
knot with Wisconsin, which Mich-
igan visits on Monday night. Like
the Badgers they have won six
while losing four against league
opponents.
ILLINOIS OWNS TWO victor-
ies over Iowa. Indiana and North-
western accounted for the other
pair of Hawkeye setbacks.
The Wolverines must battle a
taller quintet, one which aver-
ages better than six-four, led
by Frank Calsbeek( 6-6) who is
the captain and forward. He
has tallied 15.3 points per game
so far.
His running mate is Chuck
Darling, center, who also has pro-,
duced better than 15 per contest.
The other forward is Herb
Thompson.
* * *
THE HOME TEAM'S lineup is
completed by guards Murray Rost
and Bob Clifton. The latter will
be remembered as the star of last
year's Michigan-Iowa clash here.
In the last six meetings be-
tween the two schools at Iowa
City the Hawkeyes have won
five. If the visitors manage to
break the trend tonight they
will do it with the Big Ten
team which rates lowest in ac-
curacy from the field.
Michigan is saddled with a pa-
thetic percentage of .262. It's free
throw average of .563 is also the
league's lowest.
Just who will play for Ernie
McCoy tonight is not certain.
Doug Lawrence and Dick Wil-
liams may get another chance
or Bob Olson and Tom Tiernan
could get the call.
Jim Skala and Leo VanderKuy
on the front line and Captain
Charlie Murray are almost sure
starters. They give the team its
small measure of stability.
VanderKuy's personal record
shows a gapie average of 14 points
and a shooting percentage of .309
which isn't bad for a last place
club.

t

McKENNELL FLASHES VICTORY SMILE AFTER DENTING SIOUX NET FOR A GOAL
Ohio Wrestlers Threaten Michigan% Too
By HERB COHEN the same weight classification,
One defeat in two complete he came in second. This year
years of intercollegiate wrestling, he was elected captain of the
and that one by only one point (to team, and so far has compiled an
Michigan in 1950, 14-13) is the al- undefeated record at 157 pounds.
most phenomenal record of a
power-packed Ohio State aggrega- He will have to face Bill Stapp,
tion. the Michigan captain, who is cer-
This same "Buckeye" team in- tam to give him a good battle. In
tends to add one monc WolveriĀ«: ..all probability this will be one of
hide to its already impressive list the test matches of the season.
when it does battle with a deter- * *
mined bunch of Michigan wrest- BUD HOLCOMBE will oppose
lers this afternoon at 4:15 in Yost Fred McLean in another goad
Field House. match at 167 pounds. Both wrest-
* * * C,::icrs have been beaten only once
MICHIGAN COACH, Cliff Keen, ti er ndee huhMe-
ha year, and even though M-
has worked hard to prepare his Lean finished second in the Con-
men for this match which he term- ference last year Holcombe is ex-
ed the toughest one of his coach- pected to show up well.
ing caieer (which extends back 26
ya)BILL MILLER In the Heavyweight division fans
years).BIL ILE
But even with this hard work, . . . heavyweight champ. who attend the meet will have a
chance to see one of the best

McEwen Betters Own Mark
As Thinclads Outpoint Normal

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mnarkable race all the way, con-
sidering the way he felt. He did
not feel up to par at the start,
and the added burden of extreme
pressure naturally hurt his time
somewhat."
CONTINUING on, Canham said,
"Don didn't pour it on soon enough
in the second mile, and he ran
the' second mile a little slower
than at first planned. However,
to be sure of a nine minute two
mile he must run a 4:28 first mile,
and whenever he feels up to that,
. he can break the coveted nine
minutes."
Actually McEwen has run a
' faster two mile, having set a
NCAA record of 9:01.9 last year
in an outdoor race that con-
sisted of eight 440 'yard laps in-
stead, of the indoor sixteen 220
laps.,
Michigan Normal took an early
lead in the team competition, but
three sweeps by Michigan, in both
hurdles and the two mile, cut
short any faint victory hopes the
Hurons had.
SHOT PUT: 1-Kovzman, MSN; 2-
Johnson, M; 3-Miller, MSN; Dis-
tance: 47'9%"
ONE MILE RUN: 1-Parks, Af 2-
Moring, MSN; 3-Aylmer, MSN; Time:
4:20.7.
60 YARD DASH: 1-Bibbs, MSN;
2---Konrad, M; 3-Keyes, MSN; Time:
06.4.
440 YARD DASH: 1-Gilliam, MSN;
2-LaRue, M; 3-Rankin, M; Time
:50.2 (McConnor disqualified for cut-
ting into lane too soon).
65 YARD HIGH HURDLES: 1-Hoo-

ver; M; 2-Van Bruner, M; 3-Mitch-
ell, M; Time :08.1.
TWO MILE RUN: 1-McEwen, M;
2-Hickman, M; 3-Gorddn, M; Time
9:04.6 (breaks McEwen's world indoor
dirt track record of 9:06.9 set in 1950).
HIGH JUMP: 1-Three way tie be-
tween Perry, M; Bryant, M; and
Bibbs, MSN; Height 5'103"-
880 YARD RUN: 1-Whiteaker, M;
2-Hyde, M; 3-Beck, MSN: Time 1:58,
65 YARD LOW HURDLES: 1-Hoo-
ver, M; 2-van Bruner, M; 3-Mit-
chell, M; Time :08.1.
POE VAULT: 1-Emblad, M; 2-
Harrower, MSN; 3-Gessel, M; Height
13'.
BROAD JUMP: 1-Soble, M; 2-
Brock, MSN; 3-Porterfield, MSN;
Distance 22'5V2".
MILE. RELAY: 1-Michigan State
Normal College (Parks, Aylmer, Gil-
liam, McConnor); 2-Michigan; Time
3:23.7.

Gymnasts Oppose Ohio State
In First Home Test of Season

By JOE EPSTEIN
Michigan's first home meet of
the 1951 gymnastics season will
begin at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon
in the Small Gymnasium of the
Intramural Building.
The opponent-Ohio State Uni-
versity; the dope sheet-the Buck-
eyes seem to have the upper hand.
hand.
* * *
THE WOVERINES will rely
substantially on the services of
the same team which lost to Min-
nesota at Minneapolis last week-
end-Ed Buchanan, Connie Ettl,
Stick Davidson, Don Hurst, Jeff

Knight, Bob Checkley, Wally Nie-
mann and John Mills. Addition-
al performers for the Maize and
Blue will be Bob Wyllue, Fred
Thompson and Mark Neville.
Buchanan, who for three years
has consistently eclipsed all
opponents on the trampoline,
will face serious competition to-
day in the form of Dennis Har-
get of OSU. Harget, an excep-
tional trampoline artist, also
participates in the tumbling
contest.
Buckeye Coach Joe Hewlett
brings with him to Ann Arbor a
fine group of seasoned gymnasts.
N e w t Loken, Michigan men-
tor, reports that the Wolverines,
smarting from last week's Gopher
loss, have made a conscientious
effort to improve their routines,
and should present tough compe-
tition for the visiting team.

Big Ten Bans
Live Grid TV
CHICAGO-(AP)-Big Ten ath-
letic directors yesterday voted
against live football television for
another year but approved live
telecasting of basketball and all
other sports.
The recommendation must be
approved by the Conference's fac-
ulty representatives who meet to-
morrow.
The ban follows the same ac-
tion taken by the Big Ten last
year and the 1951 moratorium
by the NCAA in January.
The athletic directors' action
specified the Conference may join
the NCAA for only controlled live
football television for experimental
purposes (NCAA leaders meet in
Chicago next week to discuss con-
trolled projects of live football
telecasting).
Today's action puts on record
for the first time the Big Ten's
approval of on-the-spot telecast-
ing of basketball and also of
various Conference championship
meets. However, in the case of
title meets, all Conference mem-
bers as well as the host school
must approve. Wrestling ,swim-
ming, fencing, track, golf and ten-
nis are among a dozen sports that
can be televised.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Kentucky 88, Georgia 41
Loyola of Chicago 55, Marquette 54
Duke 84, North Carolina 72
Utah 59, Denver 54
Texas 51, Baylor 43
Louisiana State 51, Tulane 46
Hofstra 67, Dartmouth 47

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