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PAGE THREE

SATURDAY, SANITARY 12, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Swimmers
To Take On'
NU TQ night
Coach Matt Mann's Wolverine
natators will swim their first dual
meet of the current season and at
the same time open Big Ten com-
petition when they clash with
Northwestern tonight at 8:00 p.m.
at the Intramural Pool.
In twenty-seven years of tank
rivalry between the two schools
the Wildcats have been able to
out-swim the Wolverines in only
three meets, and haven't been able
to turn the trick since 1931.
Tonight Coach Mann will send
his Wolverine swimmers against a
Northwestern t e a m composed
largely of freshmen and juniors.
Wildcat coach Bill Peterson has
just five lettermen left from last
year's squad which lost only to
Michigan State in seven dual
starts.
Heading the list of returning
lettermen is free-styler Buddy
Wallen, who placed in three events
in the 1951 Big Ten champion-
ships. His specialty, the 220-yard
free-style event, should be one of
the best races of the meet as he
will be competing against a couple
of Michigan's highly touted young-
er swimmers, freshmen Ron Gora
and Jim McKevitt.
Other Wildcats who could give
the Wolverines some trouble are
Jim Erkert and Keith Peterson,
free style sprinters who both
placed in the Big Ten meet last
year, and back-stroker Bob Kivel-
len.
One of the events to watch will
be the 400 yard free style relay, in
which a Michigan team made up
entirely of freshmen and sopho-
mores is going to shoot for the
pool and national collegiate record
for the event.
Indiana Gets
Grid Mentor
BLOOMINQTON, Ind.-('P) -In-
diana University got a new foot-
ball coach yesterday, Bernard
Anthony (Bernie) Crimmins, a
brown-haired Irishman from Lou-
isville, Ky.
He will take the place of Clyde
Smith, who resigned in mid-season
last fall but carried on as coach
until the season ended.
The former Notre Dame play-
er has been backfield coach at
Notre Dame since 1945. He
played with the Fighting Irish
from 1939 through 1941.
Crimmins was given a five-year
contract and will have the privi-
lege of naming six assistant.

High Flying lMinois To Face
Wolverine Cagers Tonight
Michigan's win-hungry basketball team will have everything to
gain and nothing to lose when they meet an unbeaten Illinois power-
house tonight at Yost Field House.
The center jump is set for 8:00 p.m.
* * * *
PICKED BEST in the nation by the United Press and second by
the Associated Press this week, the Illini have waltzed to nine straight
victories including Conference wins over Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The Wolverines' record stands at three triumphs and six
losses, including Big Ten reverses at the hands of Indiana and
Iowa. However, Coach Ernie McCoy's hustling young cagers have
been getting closer each time out and tonight may be their night.
If the local hoopsters are to engineer an upset they will have to
do it against a team that has averaged 68.1 points a game while hold-
ing nine opponents to a 57.4 average.
PACING THE HIGH scoring Illini squad are forward Irv Bemoras
and 6-9 center John Kerr. Both have scored 108 points this season
for a 12.0 average.
The three other members of the starting five, Rod Fletcher,
Bob Peterson and little Jim Bredar have all hit at a better than
nine point a game clip. By using these five players Coach Harry
Combes can field a team averaging over 6-5.
Captain Fletcher, Bemoras and Peterson are all veterans who
helped the Illini to the 1950-51 Big Ten crown and into the finals of
the NCAA tournament in New York last year.
PICKED ON many pre-season All-American cage squads, Fletcher
poured 290 points through the hoop last winter to place third on the
Illinois squad. Peterson and Bemoras also topped the 200 mark last
year.
McCoy will probably string along with the same starting line-up
he used against the Hawkeyes: Captain Jim Skala and Ray Pavich-
evich at forwards, either Dick Williams or Milt Mead in the pivot slot
and Don Eaddy and Doug Lawrence at the guard posts.

Heathcott 's Three Goals
Sparks NarrowVictory

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Bob Heathcott's third goal of
the contest with less than four
minutes to play gave Michigan a
5-4 Midwest College H o c k e y
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a tight Coliseum battle last night.
Heathcott's hat trick, first by a
Wolverine this campaign, sparked
Coach Vic Heyliger's outfit to its
sixth victory in ten starts. The
same foes clash tonight at 8:00
in the Coliseum in a non-league
affair.
SHARING SCORING honors
with Heathcott, NCAA all-star de-
fenseman now playing center,
were linemates Doug Mullen and
Ron Martinson. Mullen bagged
the other two Maize and Blue
goals, plus two assists, and Mar-
tinson garnered two assists.
The clincher by Heathcott at
16:29 of the final stanza was
a sharp angle shot from the
right boards that bounded into
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goalie Larry Ross. Heathcott
swiped the puck at center ice,
passed to Mullen, took a return
pass just inside the blue line,
and zoomed in for the payoff
goal.
The play of Heathcott's line
pulled the Wolverines out of a
figurative fire kindled by the
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LED BY the line of John Maya-
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CONFERENCE DEBUT:
Revamped Hoosiers To Test Matmen

Coach Cliff Keen's wrestling
squad, losers in their only meet so
far this season, will attempt to
get into a winning stride this
evening as they open their con-
ference season against a re-
vamped Indiana aggregation at
Bloomington.
Indiana has already seen Big
10 action, beating Wisconsin 15-
11. In their other action this
season, the Hoosiers succumbed
19-14 to a powerful Waynesburg
College team.
THE INDIANA squad has two
starters remaining from last year's
meet against the Wolverines, Har-
ry Arthyr at 130 pounds and Dick
Wilder at the 137 pound spot'
Hoosier Coach Charlie Mc-
Daniel has a group of talented
newcomers on whom he will de-
pend in the other weight brack-
ets as he attempts to get re-
venge for the 23-8 shellacking
his charges suffered at the
hands of Michigan last year.
Wolverine Captain Bud Hol-
combe, Dave Space, and Larry Nel-
son of this year's mat squad all
scored impressive victories in the
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sier in short order and will try
for a repeat performance against
Kay Hutsell in tonight's match.
C * *
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his opponent and forced him to
forfeit (the wrestler's equivalent
of boxing's technical knock out),
will nove up from the 147 pound
weight where he scored his suc-
cess to the 157 pound bracket and
face Indiana's Charles Pankow.
Nelson won't try to repeat his
victory because of an injury he
suffered in the Pittsburgh meet.
The meet against the Panthers
garbled Coach Keen's plans bad-
ly and it will be interesting to
note how the team will do with
all the switching around.
t A bright spot in the evening's
festivities will be the Wilder-Jack
Gallon rematch in the 137 pound
division. Last year the two drew

in an extremely hard-fought con-
test.
THE OTHER returnee from
last season's meet with the Hoo-
siers is heavyweight Moose Dunne
who is anxious tougetrevenge for
the defeat he suffered at the
hands of Chuck Hurley.
Hurley isn't back, so Moose
will have to be content with
working over Harry Jogielski,
Indiana's new big man.
In the shifted Michigan line-
up it will be Joe Scandura re-
placing Space at 147 pounds. He
will meet Coach McDaniel's Jim
Ellis. Joe Atkins, filling the big
shoes of Nelson, will find himself
going against Bob Carlin.
Arthur, the Indiana 130 pound
contender faces Scrappy Skip
Nalan and Jerry Grummel will
wrestle gridder Dick O'Shaugh-
nessy in the light heavy divi-
sion.

BOB HEATHCOTT
. . .three time winner
iod, and ag, in the closing 20
minutes, the Wolverines came
from behind once and broke 2-2,
3-3, and 4-4 ties to annex the win.
TWICE IN the contest Michigan
found itself two men short for a
minute as the result of penalties.
The second time Minnesota cashed
in to knot the count, 3-3, early in
the second period. Tom Wogleit-
ner, in all alone, bounced one off
Ikola's pads into the net. Heath-
cott and Jim Haas were in the
sin bin at the time.
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Mul-
len (Shave, Martinson), 4:08; 2-Min-
nesota, Bearfoot (Stouerwald), 10:22.
Penalties-Michigan: Cooney (in-
terference), Matchefts (illegal check);
Minnesota: Bearfoot (illegal check),
all 2 minutes.
SECOND PERIOD: 3 - Minnesota,
Dougherty (unassisted), 2:33; 4-Mich-
igan, Heathcott (Keyes, Chin), 5:13;
5-Michigan, Mullen (Heathcott), 5:-
31; 6-Minnesota, Wogleitner (Tschi-
da), 7:47; 7-Michigan, Heathcott
(Mullen, Martinson), 18:25.
Penalties - Michigan: Heathcott
(tripping), Haas (charging), both 2
minutes.
THIRD PERIOD: 8 - Minnesota,
Mayasich (Dougherty), 10:53; 9-Mich-
igan, Heathcott (Mullen), 16:29.
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Hit by ineligibility and illness
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