TtEBWARY 2,I95$ THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Ohio State Swimmers Drown
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Seven Meet Marks Broken;
Cleveland,'Konno Win Two
'M' Net View Brightens
With IBromberog's Return
By BOB MARGOLIN
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Ohio State's
talented tank crew surged from
behind to defeat Matt Mann's
fighting Michigan natators 52-37
in a dual meet here last night.
The final score belied the true
intensity of the competition. After
the first four events, the Wolver-
ine swimmers held a six point ad-
vantage, but Ohio State's supre-
macy in the diving sent the men
of Mike Peppe on their way to vic-
IT WAS A record-smashing per-
formance from the opening gun as
seven meet marks fell before the
churning swimmers. Ford Konno,
300-yard medley relay: won
by Michigan (Jones, Davies,
Benner). 2-Ohio State. Time
2:49.0. (new meet record).
220-yard free style: won by
Konno (OSU), 2-Jeffries (M),
3-Agnew (OSU). Time 2:06.6.
(new pool record).
50-yard free style: won by
Cleveland (OSU), 2-Hill (M),
3--Martin (M). Time 22.2
(new meet record).
150-yard individual medley:
won by Jones (M), 2-Carlisle
(M), 3-Prata (OSU). Time 1:
Fancy Diving: won by Clot-
worthy ,(OSU), 2-Marino (0-
SU), 3--Walters (M).
100-yard free style: won by
Cleveland (OSU), 2--Hill (M),
3-Benner (M). Time 49.6 (new
200-yard back stroke: won
by Taylor (OSU), 2-Oyakawa
(OSU), 3-Chase (M). Time
2:07.2. (new meet record).
200-yard breast stroke: won
by Davies (M), 2--Holan (O-
SU), 3-Elliot (M). Time 2:16.3
(new record meet).
440-yard free style: won by
Konno (OSU), 2-Jones (M),
3--Jeffries (M). Time 4:31.S.
(new pool, meet and Big Ten
breakers. The 300-yard medley re-
lay team of Burwell "Bumpy"
Jones, John Davies and Tom Ben-
ner covered the distance in 2:49.0
to establish a new meet mark. This
race, the first of the evening, was
decided by a gnat's-eyelash as the
Buckeye trio of Jack Taylor, Bruce
Holan and Cleveland made a terri-
fic but futile bid for victory.
"BUMPY" JONES put the Wol-
verines into the r lead in the
fourth event, the 150-yard indi-
vidual medley, as he negotiated
the distance in the time of 1:34.0.
He was pressed by teammate Rusty
Carlisle. Jones and Carlisle with
their one-two punch in the 150 in-
dividual medley gave the Wolver-
ines a 21-15 advantage going into
the fancy diving.
Ohio's diving duo of Bob Clot-
worthy and Joe Marino then
took first and second to put the
Buckeyes into a lead which they
never thereafter relinquished.
Jimmy Walters, the promising
freshman diver for the Wolver-
ines, came in behind the Ohio-
Ohio's strength in the back
stroke was very much in evidence
as Jack Taylor and Yoshi Oya-
kawa took first and second. Tay-
lor's time of 2:07.2 was a, new
Michigan-Ohio State dual meet
record. The Wolverines' John
Chase finished third.
MICHIGAN'S co-captain John
Davies and Bruce Holan of the
Buckeyes hooked up in a spec-
tacular duel in the 200 yard
breaststroke. It was on the last
stroke that the Wolverine star
achieved victory. He had trailed
Holan by as much as six yards at
one point in the race. His time of
2:16.3 was another meet record.
Co-captain Stu Elliot came in
Ohio got a break in the 400 yard
fre style relay when Don Hill of
the Wolverines failed to complete
a turn legally. This resulted in dis-
qualification of the Michigan en-
LATE HOCKEY SCORE
Toronto 3, New York 1 1
Michigan tennis coach Bill
Murphy stole a little of the winter
sports spotlight recently with his
announcement that co-captain
and number one singles ace Steve
Bromberg will probably be avail-
able for action in the 1952 court
Bromberg, a freshman in the
Law School, had previously been
uncertain whether or not his
studies and final exam schedule
would allow him to take part this
season. The early exams posed
the biggest problem, but it now
appears that subject to faculty
approval the aggressive Wolverine
veteran will play in both the regu-
lar season and the Big Ten cham-
pionships at Northwestern, June
... double winner
THIS YEAR'S tennis team
promises to be one of the best in
the Conference. The squad prac-
ticing daily under Murphy's care-
ful eye includes five regulars from
the team which finished second to
Michigan State last season.
In addition to Bromberg they
are Mike Schwartz (co-captain),
Jack Smart, Gene Barrack and
Bob Curhan. Junior Jay Webb
and Sophomores Ray Walmouth
and Jim Stevens appear to have
the inside track for the sixth
The Wolverine netters will get
off to a running start for the
regular season with several prac-
tice matches during spring vaca-
tion. The annual spring jaunt to
the south will include contests
with Rollins College, Florida State
College and any other group
Murphy can line up.
Last year the Wolverines sur-
prised the experts by running up a
10-2 record including seven Con-
ference wins. The only losses came
from the Spartans and Illinois.
Only Al Hetzeck was lost by Michi-
gan via the diploma route.
The 1952 schedule follows:
April 26 Indiana here
30 Western Michigan here
May 3 Northwestern there
10 Illinois here
13 Michigan State there
17 Notre Dame there
20 University of Detroit here
24 Ohio State there
29-31 Western Conference
Championships at Evans-
Michigan hoop captain Jim
Skala needs a total of 26 points in
the two remaining games against
Michigan State and Purdue to
reach a three year mark of 500
The 6-3 forward from Chicago,
who leads all Wolverine scorers
with a 20 game output of 224, also
has a Big Ten record of 271 tallies
in 38 contests.
Breathing hot on Skala's neck
for 1951-52 team honors is sopho-
more center Milt Mead. Playing
in every one of Michigan's six wins
and 14 losses, the Bay City pivot
operator has meshed 221 scores-
three less than his captain.
Weekend hoop activity saw
sophomore forward Ray Paviche-
vich hit double figures for the first
time this season with an 11-point
effort at Madison. With only elev-
en points, Pavichevich will become
the sixth Wolverine hoopster to
reach the century mark.
Also of note was forward Jerry
Stern's first appearance in a var-
sity struggle. A" 5-11 freshman
from Cleveland, Stern racked up
seven tallies in the loss to-Ohio
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High-Scoring Contests Feature
First-Round IM Cage Playoffs
Low scores were the exception
rather than the rule in last night's
intramural basketball games as
fraternity "B" teams swung into
the first round of playoff con-
Sigma Alpha Epsilon provided
the biggest score of the evening in
drubbing Phi Sigma Delta, 41-8,
in a first place playoff battle.
Dave Kestel dunked in 20 points
to pace the winners' attack. The
SAE's air-tight defense held the
losers at bay all night while its
fast-breaking offense tallied al-
most at will.
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IN SECOND PLACE battles Zeta
Beta Tau and Phi Kappa Psi
emerged victorious. Both squads
won by a scant five point margin,
ZBT beating Alpha Sigma Phi,
33-28, and Phi Kappa Psi down-
ing Pi Lambda Phi, 37-32.
The Phi Psi's were forced to
come from behind in the final
period to drop the stubborn Pi
Lams. Dick Briggs bagged eight
for the winners and Larry Levy
equalled his mark for the losers.
A switch from man-to-man to a
zone defense stopped the Pi Lams
cold late in the game and allowed
Phi Psi to grab the win.
ZBT LED most of the way in
posting its win. Center Harry Blum
hooked in 16 counters to pace both
fives in the scoring column.
Tonight Michigan students will
havena chance to take out their
wrath on the faculty in the annual
student-faculty sports program
scheduled to begin at 7:30 at the
Sports Building. Volleyball, pad-!
dleball, water polo, basketball.
handball, bowling, squash and bil-
liards are among the events sche-
duled. The public is invited.
Other "B" basketball scores:
Sigma Phi Epsilon 37, Theta Xi 36
Zeta Psi 22, Alpha Epsilon Pi 20
Sigma Nu 29, Delta Chi 18
Delta Upsilon 22, Phi Kappa Sigma 20
Phi Delta Phi 3, Phi Alpha Kappa 0
Time Event Place
4:30 P.M.-Bowling........................... ULion
4:00 to 6:00 P.M.-Billiards........................Union
7:30 P.M.-Basketball........... .... ... .... . .IM Building
7:30 P.M.-Water Polo ................. . . . . . .IM Building
7:30 & 8:30 P.M.--Handball .................. . . IM Building
7:30 & 8:30 P.M.-Paddleball . . .. . . . ...... . . . ..IM Building
7:30 & 8:30 P.M.-Squash . . ... . ....... . .... ... ..IM Building
7:30 P.M.-Volleyball.,.... . ..,............... . .. IM Building
8:30 P.M.-Volleyball . . ..... . ... . . .... ..... ..IM Building
All freshmen interested in
trying out for the freshman
track team report to assistant
coach Elmer Swanson today at
4:00 p.m. at Yost fieldhouse.
Don Eaddy 2
*Dick Williams I
Ray Pavichevich 2
*Bob Jewell I
John Codwell I
Bob Topp I
Jack Levitt I
*Lost to Squad
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