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SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wrestlers, Hoopsters in Action Today

Wolverine Matmen Battle
Ohio State at Columbus

_ By HERB COHEN
With two regulars out of the
lineup due to illness, the Michi-
gan wrestling team journeys to
Columbus today to face a strong
Ohio State squad in the last dual
meet of the'season.
Both Larry Nelson, Conference
champion at 123 pounds, and 137
pounder Jack Gallon will be forced
to miss the trip due to sickness.
NEVERTHELESS, the Wolver-
ine lineup should not be too weak-
ened for Coach Cliff Keen has
able substitutes in Joe Atkins at
123 pounds and Andy Kaul at 137
pounds.
The meet is the final test of
the season for the Wolverines
who up to now have won five,
lost two and-tied one. The Buck-
eyes although they have been
having their troubles this sea-
son, and have not quite the won-
lost percentage of Michigan,
still will provide some sturdy
opposition for Cliff Keen's
charges.
Last year when the two teams
collided, sparks really let loose in
probably one of the most exciting
matches to be held in Yost Field
House. The final score was 12-12,
and both teams went away hap-
py, still carrying the undefeated
records with which they went into
the match.
The Buckeyes are headed by
five returnees from last year's

team: Fred McLean at 167 pounds,
and Ronald Lax, Buckeye 147
pounder, both finished second in
the Big Ten last year. One seven-
ty-seven pounder Jack Milligan

Doug Mullen
Scores Four
In Eas Win
Fifteen Penalties
Called in Fracas
(Continued from Page 1)
goal of the night early in the third
period, to open the gap to 5-1,
State got that one -back very
quickly when McCormick scored
on a short screen shot.
That was al for the Spartans.
After Pelow made it 6-2 Michi-
gan, Mullen turned the 'hat
trick" at 12:49. He then got his
fourth goal just fourteen see-
onds later.
The 22 year old Mullen, a recent
father of a baby girl, is the sixth
Wolverine to score the "hat trick"
this year. His four goals were not
tops for one game this season be-
cause Captain Keyes and John
* *

SPLASHING SOPH:
Versatile Bumpy Jones
Paces Swimming Squad

ANDY KAUL
. . . replaces Gallon
and 130 pound George Molodet
also placed in the Western Con-
ference last year, finshing fourth
and third respectively. The fifth
Buckeye veteran is Deno Cangalis,
a very capable wrestler who is sure
to give Wolverine Jot Atkins a
good battle.

123 POUNDS
130 POUNDS
137 POUNDS
147 POUNDS
157 POUNDS
167 POUNDS
177 POUNDS
HWT.

* * *
Michigan Ohio State
Atkins Sangalis
Nalan Molodet
Kaul Stavole
Space Lax
Lee Gettings
Holcombe McLean
O'Shaughnessy Milligan
Dunne Whitacre

By IVAN KAYE
The main cog in Michigan's
highly successful 1952 swimming
machine has been the sensational
sophomore Burwell "Bumpy"
Jones.-
"Bumpy" still holds five of the
seven Detroit city swimming rec-
ords. He is national outdoor AAU
champion in the individual medley
with a time of 1:52.2.
In his first appearance as a
member of the varsity last Decem-
ber 16th, ,he broke the state AAU
and Michigan pool record for the
440 yard free style with a mark
of 4:41.4.
Michigan's venerable tank
teacher, Matt Mann points to
"Bumpy" as an example of a tire-
less worker. All "Bumpy" ever says
when I ask him what he wants
Illinois Cagers.
Begin Big Ten
Stretch Drive
CHICAGO-()-First-place Illi-
nois tomorrow night begins its Big
Ten basketball home-stretch drive
against three also-rans, any, one
of whom could deprive the Illini
of a clear-cut title.
The Illini (10-1) first encounter
Purdue, tied for last with (3-9),
at La Fayette, Ind. Monday night,
they are host to seventh place
Northwestern (4-8). Saturday
night, Mar. 8 Illinois closes at
Wisconsin (3-8).
* * *
CONCEIVABLY, runner - up
Iowa (10-2) which plays at
Northwestern tomorrow night and
closes at home Monday against
Wisconsin could back into a title
share, or even the undisputed
championship.
Two Iowa victories would give
the Hawkeyes a final 12-2 rec-
ord and put the pressure on the
Illini closing at Wisconsin five
days after the rest of the con-
ference has finished.
Even third-place Minnesota
with 10-3 still has a mathematical
chance to beat out Illinois, al-
though the Gophers miust win to-
morrow night's finale at Indiana
(7-5) for the possibility.

to do in practice is 'You name it,
coach'."
The Wolverine mentor further
adds, "'Bumpy' is concentrating
on the individual medley, but he's
willing to swim the back stroke or
any of the free style events from
50 yards to a guarter mile. He is
the kind of athlete a coach has
to hold in, rather than push."
These words from the dean of
swimming coaches give some in-
* * *

Michigan Gymnasts Vie
Ywith Unbeaten Spartans
By DAN FOGEL
The Michigan gymnastics team will try to assume the giant-
killer role tonight, when they meet a highly favored Michigan State
squad in Yost Field House at 9 p.m.
The flying rings and high bar events will be held in the Intra-
mural Sports building at 7:00 with the rest of the competition resum-
ing at 9:00, following the Ohio State track meet.
PRE-SEASON favorites for the N.C.A.A. team championship, the
Spartans possess an unblemished competitive record so far this sea-
son. Included among State's victories is a 53-43 defeat of Illinois,
defending Conference champs, who earlier this season leveled Michi-
gan by the score of 62%-321/.
Pacing the MSC attack will be Olympic hopefuls Bob Fel-
deimer and Carl Rintz. Captain Feldeimer, one of the top gym-
nasts in collegiate ranks, placed third in the all-round conference
competition and ninth in the National AAU championships last
year.
* * * *
COACH NEWT LOKEN'S charges, led by freshman Harry Luchs
will be strongest in parallel bars and tumbling events. Luchs and
Mary Johnson are the chief threats in the parallel bars event while
Duncan Earley, Don Hurst, and Frank Adams head the Maize and

BUMPY JONES
. . . nifty swifty
* * *
sight into the reasons for the phe-
nomenal success enjoyed by Jones.
Until Wednesday night's D'ual
Meet loss to the Ohio State Buck-
eyes he had not been beaten in a
Big Ten race, but he was forced
to settle for second place behind
the great Ford Konno in the 440
yard free style event.
The Michigan star could not be
denied in the individual medley,
however, and he thus kept intact
his record of having won at least
one event in each dual meet.
"Bumpy" and the Michigan
squadmare presentlyhengaged in
preparing for the comning Big Ten
Swimming Championships to be
held at East Lansing in the Michi-
gan State College pool March 6,
7, and 8.
The Wolverines will be rated
behind Mike Peppe's Ohio State
unit in the quest for the confer-
ence crown, but with such "clutch"
swimmers as Jones and John
Davies the Maize and Blue nata-
tors might yet spring an upset and
come up with top laurels.

Blue performers in tumbling.
Michigan will be without the services of Dick Bergman
usually participates in the flying rings.

who

DOUG MULLEN
... Spartan slayer
Matchefts turned in the feat earli-
er this year against Michigan
Tech.
s . .
GOALIE Willard Ikola also
showed the 1,858 Spartan fans an
impressive performance as he
turned back 32 shots, many in
spectacular fashion.
Coach Vie Heyliger's men now
have a 17-4 season's record. They
have beaten MSC three times now,
and will try to make it a season's
sweep when they meet the Spar-
tans at 8 o'clock tonight in the
Michigan Coliseum.
* * *
FIRST PERIOD: I-Michigan, Keyes
(McKennel), 3:24; 2-MSC, Olsen
(Mayes, King), 7:39; 3-Michigan,
Cooney (Philpott, Chin), 12:08; 4-
Michigan, Philpott (Cooney, Chin),
17:36.
Penalties-Michigan: Haas, Cragg
andtShave; Michiban State: Olsen,
all two minutes.
SECOND PERIOD: 5-Michigan, Mul-
len (Heathcott, Shave), 6:30.
Penalties -- Michigan: McClellan,
Haas, Pelow and Shave; Michigan
State: Nicoli and Olsen, all two min- ,
utes.
THIRD PERIOD: 6-Michigan, Mullen
(Martinson, Shave), 3:55; 7-MSC,
McCormick (Passerini, Raz), 4:17; 8-
Michigan, Pelowi (Keyes); 4:56; 9-
Michigan, Mullen (Heathcott, Haas),
12:49; 10-Michigan, Mullen (Heath-
cott), 13:03.
Penalties-Michigan:vHaas, two
minutes and Pelow five minutes;
Michigan State: Lord, two minutes
and McCormick, five minutes.

OLYMPIC PROSPECT HERE:
Michigan Track Squad To Meet OSU

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By ED SMITH
With an eye on next week's
Big Ten Championship at Cham-
paign, the Wolverine thinclads
will take on the Buckeyes of Ohio
State at Yost Fieldhouse tonight.
No longer the power that they
once were, the Buckeyes have been
weakened for the indoor season
by the loss of middle distance
runner Len Truex.
TRAVELING with the Buckeye
squad is Otis Chandler, American
Olympic prospect in the shot put.
Chandler, late of Stanford, is cur-
rently stationed at an Air Force
base near Columbus, and will take
part in an, exhibition contest with
Roland Nilsson, Michigan's gigan-
tic Swede. Chandler is capable of
hurling the shot over 57 feet.
Though Chandler's heaves
will not count in meet competi-
tion, the Buckeyes have another
fine shot putter in the person
of Joe Morgan. Morgan, a rarity
among shot putters, throws the
shot left handed. Two weeks
ago at the Michigan State relays
he finished second, close behind
Nilsson.
Tonight will be Captain Don
McEwen's farewell appearance in

Yost Fieldhouse, and he will close
out his indoor career as a Wol-
verine at Champaign next week.
This evening McEwen will run in
onlyhis specialty, the two mile.
MOST LIKELY the closest
race will be the 440. Here Ohio
State's Gene Cole will be pitted
against Michigan's Jack Carroll
and Bill Konrad. Cole's outstand-
ing performance was a 48 flat
quarter which he turned in while
still in high school.
The Buckeyes have fine per-
formers in two other events. In
the high jump Peron Dubard, a
freshman, will match his height
with the Wolverines' Beb$Evans
and Howard Liverance. In the
Milwaukee Journal Meet Du-
board cleared the bar at 6 feet
6 inches, a height that neither
Wolverine has yet approached. -
Another good Ohio State bet
is the pole vault. State's Jerry
Welbaurn has cleared better than
fourteen feet, while thirteen feet
is the ceiling of the Maize and
Blue vaulters.
ENDSTONIGHT
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"DISTANT DRUMS"
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