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THE .nMICHIGAN DAILY

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Jones Ties National Record;
Five Pool Records Broken

LUCHS PACES VICTORS:
'M'Gymnasts Beal
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1 OPCI.L141 CP 1ltU "4&-l 1

: Heathcott Registers Twice
In 6-1 Win over Minnesota
Four Goals in Last Period Clinch Victory;
GophersSingle Score in Third Stanza

(Continued from Page 1)

lini Win
3rd Big Ten
Duel,_67-51
22 Points Made
By Irv Bemoras
(Continued from Page 1)
sparked his team earlier in the
contest, poured in three fast two-
pointers to put the game on Illi-
nois ice. -
In a preliminary contest, Michi-
gan's J-V squad outlasted a stub-
born Selfridge Field quintet, 60-59.

to assist on the tally that was
scored while the Gophers were a
man short as a result of a pen-
alty.
Defenseman Alex McClellan
made it 2-0 at 14:54 on an unas-
sisted tally. McClellan's shot from
the blue line sifted through a host
of players in front of the Gopher
nets and goalie Ross never had a
chance to save on it.
Ross had one of the busiest per-
iods that a goalie could ever ex-
Sports Scores
r° SWIMMING
Yale 67, Cornell 17
Michigan State 54, Iowa State 39
Rutgers 52, Lafayette 32
Navy 48, Columbia 36
North Carolina 68, Virginia Military
Institute 16
Clemson 51, South Carolina 33
Army 60, Fordham 22
Iowa 55, Illinois 38
BASKETBALL
Wisconsin 58, Ohio State 51
Iowa 78, Indiana 59
Fordham 61, Brooklyn College 54
Clemson 89, The Citadel 59
Eastern Illinois State 80, Michigan
Normal 53
Yale 71, Army 52
Northwestern 85, Purdue 83
SWestern Michigan 78, Western Reserve
46
Baldwin-Wallace 94, Ohio Wesleyan 70
Dayton 89, John Carroll 62
Minnesota 55, Michigan State 49
North Carolina State 82, William &
Mary 46
Navy 82, Georgetown 62
Duke 86, Temple 65
Tennessee 76, Mississippi 69
Kentucky 99, Florida 52
St. Louis 71, Detroit 64
Notre Dame 74, Marquette 56
Kansas State 71, Nebraska 36
Cornell 68, Columbia 65 (two over-
times)
$ Duquesne 78, Syracuse 67
Bowling Green 63, Loyola of Chicago
59
Toledo 57, Cincinnati 55
NHL HOCKEY
Montreal 8, Chicago 3
Toronto 5, Detroit 3
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pect to encounter as he turned
aside 15 shots in the first 20 min-
utes of play to keep his team with-
in reaching distance of the Wol-
verines.
Ross ended up with 27 saves to
18 for Ikola.
The game did not count in the
standings of the Midwest Colleg-
iate Hockey League because the
teams will meet in another series
at Minneapolis next weekend.
* * *
SUMMARY
FIRST PERIOD: 1 - Michigan,
Heathcott (Keyes), 5:34; 2-Michigan,
McClellan (unassisted), 14:54.
Penalties - Minnesota; Wogleitner
(high-sticking); Michigan: C r a g g
(hooking).
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: none.
Penalties-Minnesota: Larson (trip-
ping); Michigan: Cragg (slashing),
Pelow (tripping).
THIRD PERIOD: 3-Michigan, Pe-
low (Chin), 0:53; 4-Michigan, Heath-
cot (McKennell, Matchefts),H4:16;
5-Minnesota, Stouerwald (Reihead),
$:53; 6-Michigan, McKennell (Mat-
chefts), 16:39; 7-Michigan, Philpott
(Matchefts), 17:30.
Penalties: None.
Spartans Surprise
EAST LANSING-(P)-Michigan
State pulled a surprise in the Mid-
west Intercollegiate Hockey League
here last night by edging North
Dakota 4-3 for its first win in the
Conference.
The win was more surprising
because North Dakota won 7-2
against the Spartans Friday night.

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BOX
ILLINOIS
C. Follmer, F
Bemoras, F
Hooper, F
Gerecke, F
Christiansen, F
M. Folimer, F
Kerr, C
Peterson, C
Bredar, G
Fletcher, G
Schuldt, G
Baumgardner, G
TOTALS
MICHIGAN
Skala, F
Mead, F
Pavichevich, F
Kauffman, F
Levit, F
Williams, C
Jewell, C
Eaddy, G
Topp, G
Lawrence, G
Brunsting, G
TOTALS
ILLINOIS 22
MICHIGAN 7

* *
SCORE
G
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2
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0
5
1
4
0
24

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1
1
0
0
0
1
3
1
3
0

PF
4
3
4
0
0
0
4
4
3
0
2
0
24

TP
5
22
5
0
0
0
11
3
11
5
3
2
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By HERB NEIL
Michigan'sspeedy natators set,
a new national collegiate record,
tied another national mark, and
broke five Intramural Pool records
in swamping Northwestern, 65-27,
last night in their opening dual
meet of the season.
Ron Gora, Bumpy Jones, Tom
Benner, and Don Hill teamed up
to set a new collegiate mark of
3:22. in the 400-yard free-style
relay. Yale had claimed the old
record on the basis of a 3:24 effort
last year.
IN LEADING off for the cham-
pionship relay team, Gora swam a
50.6 hundred, which is half a sec-
ond better than the pool record for
the 100-yard free-style. The team's
winning mark clipped 5.1 seconds
off the pool mark which Yale re-
corded in Ann Arbor in 1942.
Jones had previously put his
" name in the record books by
tying the national collegiate
record in the 150-yard medley,
which is held by Joe Verdeur,
with a time of 1:30.8. It was
also a new IM pool mark.
Gora and Hill completed the
record-breaking for the evening
by swimming to victories in the
220-yard free-style and 50-yard
free-style races, respectively. Both
were new IM Pool records, bring-
ing to five the number of Pool
marks erased from the board last
night.
GORA SET his record of 2:06.8
in the 220 in the second race of
the meet, beating out teammate
Jim McKevitt by eight yards. The
fast-stroking freshman chopped a

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Illinois-Be-

whole second off the old pool rec-
ord which Bill Smith of Ohio State,
had set in 1944. Gora's time was
only 1.4 seconds slower than theI
world mark for the distance. I
Hill notched his mark in the1
next event with a 22.7 race in the
50, breaking by .1 of a second the
record held jointly by Dick Wein-
berg of Michigan and Wally Ris of
Iowa. Hill's margin over Iowa's
Keith Peterson in the sprint was
a yard.
The Wolverines' other firsts
were recorded by Jim Walters in
the low board diving, John Davies
in the 200-yard breaststroke, Wal-
ly Jeffries in the 440-yard free-
style, and the 300-yard medley
relay team of Chase, Jim White,
and Benner.
300-yard medley relay: I-Miichi-
gan (Burdick, Williams, Ekert). 2-
Northwestern. Time 2:57.3.
220-yard freestyle: 1. Gora (M),
2-McKevitt (M). Time 2:06.8 (New
Pool Record).
50-yard freestyle: 1-Hill (M), 2-
Peterson (NW), 3-Ford (M). Time
:22.7 (New Pool Record).
150-yard individual medley: 1 -
Jones (M), 2-Carlisle (M), 3-Peter-
son (NW). Time 1:30.8 (New Pool
Record).
Fancy diving: 1-Walters (M)
337.3, 2-Bates (M) 303.2; 3-Conn and
Golden (NW) 217.3.
100-yard freestyle: 1-Peterson
(NW), 2-Ekert (NW), 3-McKevitt
(M). Time :52.7.
200-yard backstroke: I - Kivland
(NW), 2-Chase (M), 3-Considine
(M). Time 2:19.
200-yard breaststroke: I-Davies
(M), 2-Elliott (M), 3-Peterson (NW),
Time 2:18.6.
440-yard freestyle: 1-Jeffries (M),
2-Leengran (M), 3-Peterson (NW).
Time 4:53.1.
400-yard freestyle relay: 1-Michigan
(Jones, Hill, Benner.Gora), 2-North-
western. Time 3:22.3. (Betters ..{ool
and National Collegiate record of
3:24.0.
Itrainural Scores
BASKETBALL
Hinsdale 28, Chicago 18
Wenley 23, Gomberg 22
Prescott 26, Kelsey 24 (overtime)
Williams 34, Taylor 26
Strauss 35, Tyler 23
Cooley 33, Lloyd 32
Anderson 29, Adams 27
Allan-Rumsey 24, Huber 22
Wenley 34, Michigan 20
Chicago B 17, Cooley B It
~THELA-

BLOOMINGTON-The rebuild-
ing Michigan gymnastics team
came through with an overwhelm-
ing 661/-29%/ victory over Indiana
here yesterday in their first meet
of the 1952 season.
Harry Luchs led the landslide
for the Wolverines with first
places in both the horizontal bars
and parallel bars, and captured a
second place on the flying rings.
Luchs' terrific performance made
him the top individual performer
in the meet.
MICHIGAN SWEPT the first
two places in four of the six events
and had three men placed in every
event. Coach Newt Loken was
happily surprised at the first rate
performance of such a young, un-
tried squad.

Capt. Connie Ettl, just recent-
ly out of Health Service after
a tonsilectomy operation, was
not expected to be in top form
but exhibited fine form in win-
ning the side horse event and
taking a second in the flying
rings. Luchs and Dick Berg-
mann placed third and fifth in
the rings; Monroe Roland and
Lee Krumbholtz added support
on the side horse by gaining the
second and third spots.
Duncan Erley, a one event
man, showed excellent form as he
triumphed on the tumbling mats
with his specialty. Frank Adams
and Don Hurst helped pile up the
points by capturing second and
third place§ in this event.
MICHIGAN also proved superior

on the parallel and horizontal
bars. Mary Johnson and Lee
Krumbholtz finished behind Luchs
on the parallel bars in the second
and third spots. Luchs teamed up
with Adams and Johnson for the
first, second, and fourth places on
the horizontal bars to help the
Michigan cause.
The gymnastics team will en-
gage Northwestern University in
a home meet next Saturday at
the I-M Building.
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Free throws missed:

moras, Peterson, M. Follmer, Fletcher
2, Mchigan--Skala, Mead, Paviche-
vich, Williams 4, Jewell 2, Eaddy 3,
Lawrence 2.

Hoosier Grap piers Upset '31~l', 17-11

Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - B i g
Harry Jagielski, Indiana heavy-
weight, came through with a 4-2
upset win over Art (Moose) Dunne
of Michigan yesterday, to give
the Hoosiers a 17-11 win over the
Wolverines.
Going into the final event, the
heavyweight division, Indiana
sported a 14-11 lead. A win by
Dunne would have tied the meet,
and a fall would have won for
Michigan.
BUT FATE was not to be denied.
Jagielski, just as his teammates
had done previously in the meet,
came through with a defensive
win.
Even though Michigan had a.

chance right until the end, Wol-
verine points were not too fre-
quent, coming only in the 130,
167 and 177 weight divisions.
Dick O'Shaughnessy, Michigan
l i g h t heavyweight of football
fame, came through with the most
convincing Wolverine triumph
when he pinned his Indiana op-
ponent, Jerry Grummel. This tri-
umph enabled the Wolverines to
carry the decision down to the fi-
nal match.
BUD HOLCOMBE won a very
decisive 6-0 win in the 167 pound
division to give the Wolverines
three more points.
Finally Snippy Nalan, a 130
pound sophomore newcomer
from Mason City, Iowa, deci-
sioned his Hoosier opponent 12-
5, and thus corraled the final
three Michigan points of the
evening.

his first meet at Pittsburgh before
succumbing to Dick Wilder last
night, 4-2.
* , ,
123 POUNDS-Bobby Carlin (Indi-
ana) pinned Joe Atkins (Michigan) at
8:56, five points for Indiana.
130 POUNDS-Norvard Nalan (Mich-
igan) decisioned Harry Arthur (In-
diana), 12-5, three points for Michi-
gan.
137 POUNDS-Dick Wilder (Indiana)
decisioned Jack Gallon (Michigan), 4-
2, three points for Indiana.
147 POUNDS-Jim Ellis (Indiana)
decisioned Joe Scandura (Michigan),
7-5, three points for Indiana.
157 POUNDS-Charles Pankow (Ind-
iana) decisioned Dave Space (Michi-
gan), 7-5, three points for Indiana.
167 POUNDS-Bud Holcombe (Mich-
igan) decisioned Kay Hutsell (Ind-
iana), 6-0, three points for Michigan.
177 POUNDS-Dick O'Shaughnessy
(Michigan) pinned Jerry Grummel
(Indiana) at 5:54; five points for
Michigan.
HEAVYWEIGHT - Harry Jagielski
(Indiana) decisioned A r t Dunne
(Michigan), 4-2, three points for In-
diana.

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Those chosen to participate in this plan
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Under this Cooperative Plan, starting
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For those residing outside of the South-
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Tuition at either UCLA or USC, cover-
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Approximately one hundred Coopera-
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Candidates will be selected by a com-
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