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G N laor Mt F v -d uck, sn Former Kentu
Plead Gultyth

icky Cagers
o Conspiracy

Three World Mark Holders
Pace Ohio State Tank Squad
Undefeated Records at Stake in Columbus;
Hill, Jones, Elliott Lead Wolverines Tonight

Four Conference Fives

The chips Will be down tonight
when Michigan and Ohio State,
a couple of perexrnial swimming
powers who have both breezed
through all opposition in the cur-
rent season, clash in a dual meet
in Columbus.
Buckeye coach Mike Peppe,
whose natators had little trouble
whipping Michigan last year, has
another galaxy of swimming and
diving stars, including three world
record holders.
ALTHOUGH Coach Matt Mann
has a greatly improved Wolverine
squad from the one that lost to the
Faculty members who wish
to participate in handball sin-
gles, paddleball singles, or
squash tournaments should en-
ter immediately by calling the
IM office-8109.
-Pat Mueller
Buckeyes last season, Ohio State
will be heavily favored to take
the meet.
In Dick Cleveland, a native
of Honolulu, the Bucks have a
sophomore sprinter who last
Saturday swam a 49.2 in the
100-yard free style to break his
own world mark of 49.3. An-
other star OSU sprinter from
Honolulu is captain Herb Ko-
A third Honolulu resident on
the Buckeye squad is the freshman
sensation Ford Konno, a distance
specialist who weighs only 140
pounds. He holds the world rec-
drd for the 220-yard free style, and
is also Ohio's ace in the 440.
* * *
the Buckeyes is well taken care
of by the famous Jack Taylor and
Yoshi Oyakawa, a freshman who
last summer placed fourth in the
National AAU meet. Taylor holds
both the world record at 100 yards
and the national collegiate mark
for the 200-yard distance.
More trouble is in store for

the Wolverines in the breast-
stroke. OSU's breaststroker, Jer-
ry Holan, beat both of Michi-
gan's co-captains John Davies
and Stew Elliott, in last year's
dual meet. Holan is reported to
be even faster this season.
The Buckeyes have, as usual,
the top divers in the country. Bob
Clotworthy, a 5' 3" junior from
New Jersey, is Big Ten high and
low board champ.
Number two man on the boards
for Ohio is Joe Marino, a former
National AAU and Big Ten title-
EARLY IN THE season Ohio
State's crack medley relay team
of Cleveland, Taylor, and Holan
added another world record to the
Buckeyes' fast-growing collection
when it set a new mark of 2:47.1 in
the 300-yard medley.
Against this imposing array
of talent Coach Mann will rely
mainly on an outstanding group
of freshmen and sophomores,
with the notable exception be-
ing the breaststroke events
where the veterans Davies and
Elliott have been setting rec-
ords for a long time.
The Wolverines will bank heav-
ily on their all-around star, soph-
omore Bumpy Jones, who tied the
national collegiate record for the
150-yard individual medley last
Opposing Cleveland in the
sprints will be Don Hill, a sopho-'
more who chalked up a Big Ten
record in the triangular meet with
Minnesota and Wisconsin when he
swam a 22.5 in the 50-yard free
Basketball Results
Rochester 99, Milwaukee 67j
Western Michigan 70, Toledo 59
Albion 74, Michigan Normal 70
Penn 67, Notre -Dame 66
Hamline 73, St. Olaf (Minn.) 52
Hope 93, Calvin 67
Michigan Tech 78, Northern Michigan

Special to '
Wisconsin ended
six successive Bi
feats with a win
here Monday ni
about a scramble
Conference positic
sue until Michiga
against Purdue
The Badgers'f
tory since Janua
half a game back
Northwestern, an
ahead of the two
pants, Purdue anc
* *
Illinois and Iowa,
Conference fives,
maining starts. TI
up against the
also meet Ohio
the second divisio
After t heV
Michigan Statea
and the Boilerim
Illinois at Laf a
basement occup
Ann Arbor to
probability, whic
main in the cell
But Michigan w
better than it did
sin if it wants to
share of the last
and year in a rov

To Escape Cellar
LEWIS Even more disappointing was
The Daily the play of freshman guard Don!
a steady diet of Eaddy. The 5-11 speedster regis-
g tenag de-oftered two long final-half set shots,
g Ten cage de- but missed 15 other tries for field
2over MichiganI
ght, it brought goals. He played his usual steady
for the last four floor game, however, to pace the
ons that may en flosers with eight assists.
n's season finale * * *
n'e xt Monday ON THE CREDIT side of the!
ledger was the performance of
first league vic- flashy guard Doug Lawrence.
pry 19 put them The Fort Wayne junior spark-
of seventh place ed the ragged Maize and Blue
id half a game attack from his backcourt posi-
basement occu- tion, leading t h e Wolverine
d Michigan. scorers with 15 tallies. He netted
* Mfive of 15 shots from the floor,
RN must face four of them long set shots and
the top Western the other a driving underhand
in its two re-layup.
'he Badgers come Elongated center Milt Mead
same clubs and added ten points even though he
State, leader of sat on the bench for 15 minutes
n. with four personals. This 'gave
Wolverines test 1
a East Lansing All those interested in- en-
akers encounter tering the all-campus table

AP Cage Poll
W L Pts.
1. Kentucky (51) 24-2 953
2. Illinois (16) 17-2 768
3. Kansas State (3) 16-4 490
4. Duquesne (5) 19-1 477
5. St. Louis (3) 20-5 348
6. Washington (9) 22-4 343
7. Iowa (1) 18-2 310
8. Kansas (2) 19-2 287
9. St. John's (2) 20-3 248
10 West Virginia (16 21-2 229

NEW YORK-(M'-Three form-
er' University of Kentucky basket-
ball stars, members of the great
teams that won the National
Collegiate A.A. championships in
1948 and 1949, yesterday pleaded
guilty to a charge of conspiring
with gamblers to shave points in
a National Invitational Tourna-
ment game here in 1949.
Dale Barnstable, Ralph Beard
and Alex Groza were permitted to
plead to a conspiracy charge, a
misdemeanor for which they may
be sentenced to serve up to three
years in the New York City peni-
tentiary. A more serious charge
of accepting a bribe was, in ef-

fect, dropped. Bribery, a felony,
is punishable by a state prison
S. Streit paroled them until
March 28. when sentence will be
The three pleaded guilty of
conspiring to influence the re-
sult of the Invitation Tourha.
ment game with Loyola of Chi-
cago in.Madison Square Garden,
March 14, 1949. Loyola won the
game, 67 to 56.
After that surprising "upset",
Kentucky went on to win the
NCAA championship,



.. . world record holder
Chapman Quits
Pro Baseball
After 11 Years
TUCSON, Ariz.-OP)-Outfielder
Sam Chapman retired from major
league baseball yesterday after 11
years in the big show--all but one
of them with the Philadelphia
Regretfully Cleveland General
Manager Hank Greenberg an-
nounced that he was putting
Chapman on the voluntary retired
list. Chapman was acquired from
the A's last season and had been
used as a utility Indian outfielder.
Chapman said Monday that his
family was tired of having to move
around so much because of his
job with the Indians.
Chapman, who is 35, joined the
Athletics in 1938.

ig for iing


yette, the two
ants clash at
decide, in all
h club will re-
ar alone.
vill have to show
against Wiscon-
avoid at least a
spot for the sec-

team scoring lead shaved to three
markers in the loss at the Wiscon-
sin Field House. He could find
the hoop on only three of 12 shots
from the floor, winding up with
nine points for the evening, and
now has 224 for 20 games.
As Badger guard Ron Weis-
ner put it, "Michigan just didn't
use Skala the right way. When
he got the ball, he was too far
outside to do any damage with
his accurate shooting-eye."

tennis tournament must have
their entries in by Feb. 29.
Play begins March 4.
-Bob Berman
the Bay City sophomore, who
snatched ten rebounds for the
Wolverines, a 20-game total of
221 points.
vichevich turned in perhaps his
best night of the season, tallying
11 scores and hitting on five of
ten field goal attempts.
As usual, the Michigan of-
fense was weakened by the lack
of organized plays and the in-
ability to score from close in.
The Maize and Blue was be-
fuddled by Wisconsin's quick-
moving zone defense that saw
Badger guards constantly hawk-
ing the ball away from the shoddy
Wolverine passing attack,

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Hayden Defeats Wenley, 1-0
To Win IM Water Polo Title

Hayden House defeated Wenley
last night, 1-0, to annex the Resi-
dence Hall water polo champion-'
ship, as Chi Psi and Phi Delta
Theta advanced to the quarter-
finals in fraternity "A" basketball
first-place playoffs.
Captain Duncan Magoon led
Hayden to its title, by netting the
only score in the contest. Magoon
___ also accomplished the same feat
last week when he scored the only
goal against Williams House.
WENLEY made a determined
bid for a tally in the second per-
iod, but fine work by George Daw-
son and Herb Silverman, Hayden's
goalies, held them off.
The Phi Delts gained their
bert hin the basketball playoffs
by beating a below-strength
SAM squad, 40-24.
The Sammies, playing without
the services of two of their start-
ing five, Mark Jacobson and their

Theta Xi 3, Chi Psi 0
SAM 3, SAE 0
Phi Delts won over sigma Nu (forfeit)
MCF 3, Foresters 0
Law Club 3, Alpha Omega 0
Willow Run Rockets 6, Mechanical
Engineers 0
Public Health 4, Willow Run Simu-
lators 2
Museum 4, Zoology 2
Psychology-Sociology 5, Aero Engi-
neers 1

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Anyone interested in enter-
ing the all-campus handball
singles tournament must do so
this week at the Intramural
Bud Turner
ace, Mort Friedman, were just no
match for the powerful Phi Delts.
Duke Layland was high-scorer
for the winners with 14 points, and
Ellsworth Lavine netted eight
points to lead the losers.
IN THE OTHER first - place
playoff match played last night,
Chi Psi edged out Pi Lambda Phi,
37-34. The Chi Psis jumped off to
an early lead in the initial stages
of the game, and were never
They led at the half, 19-13, and
kept a lead of from four to six
points throughout the entire con-
test. The Pi Lams tried to close
the gap in the second half, with a
scoring burst led by Lew Jaffe, but
superior height and rebound con-
trol by the Chi Psis held them at
Jaffe was high-point man for
the losers with 11 points, and all
the Chi Psis contrihuted almost

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