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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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UNSUNG HERO:
Martinson Rated Year's
Most Improved Player
By HOWARD ROBINSON
The most improved player of notice whether he is on or off the
he yearos ice. However, there's never any
th- ea. doubt i h id fteWl
That's the way Wolverine Coach verine the minds of the Wol-
Vic Heyliger described his under- 's opponents
rated wing, Ron Martinson. Ron MARTINSON, a 23 Year old
doesn't grab many of the head- junior in Engineering School from
lines-in fact, many loyal Michi- Eveleth, Minnesota, is a member
gan hocke; fans often fail to of the third line, and according to
Coach Heyliger, he's been the
ruTO -sparkplug that: ias made that line
AReaches into one of the best scoring units
of the team.
A e ae i . Ron got his start on skates
Seiiifinals as early in life. He played his first
hockey when he was eight, and
Pbi Sigs Fall except for two years which he
spent in Korea as an occupa-
tion soldier after World War II,
ATO made a strong second half he's played ever since.
comeback last night to defeat Phi He learned quite a lot in high
Sigma Delta, 28-21, and thereby school, where he was a line-mate
qualify for the fraternity "A" of Neil Celley and Wally Grant,
semifinals, both standout performers on re-
Behind at half-time by the cent Michigan teams.
score of 14-10, the ATO's roared *
back to completely dominate sec- AFTER HIGH SCHOOL, Ron
ond half action and " earn their went to Junior College in Minne-
semifinal berth. sota, from where he transferred
Howie Maturen took scoring to Michigan in his sophomore
honors for the victors with eight year. He sat out last year because
points. Teammates Don Fackler of the NCAA rule prohibiting
and John Maas were runners-up transfer students from participat-
with 6 apiece. Steve Davis tallied ing varsity sports until they com-
6 points for the losers. plete one year of residence.
Other results: The big reasons for Ron's im-
'B' BASKETBALL provement, according to Hey-
TKE 42, Delta Sigma Pi 40~ (over- tiger, have been his hard, steady
time)
Tau Delta Pi 24, Theta Chi (5 practice, and his development of
Phi ,5igma Kappa 34, Alpha Delta pi a real competitive spirit.
20f Ron reported this season' carry-
SAE 36, Tau Delta Chi 14 ing quite a few excess pounds. He
Phi Delta Theta 4, Kappa Sigma 18 went right to work, though, and
ZBT 35, Lambda Chi Alpha 18
Sigma Chi 25, Sigma Alpha Mu 0 quickly got down to playing
Beta Theta Pi 15, Delta Upsilon 13 weight. Along with that, he re-
Phi Gamma Delta 31, Theta Chi 22 placed his usual mild disposition
INDEPENDENT BASKETBALL Wiharlagesveo.
Freshmen Aces 53, Canterbury with a real aggressive one.
Hawaiian 'A' 23, Actuaries 10 Martinson is one of the fast-
Escheators 32, Roger-Williams 14 est skaters on the squad, being
Bye Nots defeated Weslyeyan (forfeit) second only to George Chin.
Won by Newman Club, 41; 2-Wesley-
an Guild, 22; 3-Hawaiians 16; 4- ing column with 7 goals and 13
Foresters, 12; M.C.F., 1; 6-Roger- assists, most of them coming in
Williams, 0. recent games.
FACULTY VOLLEYBALL Besides hockey, Ron still finds
Bus Ad 6, Economics 0
PADDLEBALL time for studies and a home /life.
Phi Delta Phi defeated Psi Omega He's married and is justly proud
(forfeit) of his scholastic achievements
Phi Epsilon Kappa 2, Alpha Rho Chi 0 which include membership in Pi

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UNKNOWNS HOLD KEY:
Breaks MayBring'M' Track Title

The Big Ten swimming meet
which gets under way at the Jen-
ison Field House pool this evening
with the 1500 meter race will be
one of the fastest and most hotly
contested gatherings in the forty-
two years of the meet's history.4.
So fine has been the caliber of
swimming displayed this year
throughout the Western Coner-
ence that many defending cham-
pions, including record holders,
are good bets to lose their Big Ten
titles this weekend.
* * *
HOST MICHIGAN State has re-
ported every available seat sold
out for tomorrow and Saturday
evening's performances of the
greatest aggregation of Big Ten
swimmers ever to compete in the
same meet.
As far as team championship
is concerned, Ohio State has
been rated a shoo-in by the ex-
perts to float away with its
fourth straight Big Ten cham-
pionship. Biggest competition
for the undefeated Buckeyes will

come from Michigan's and Mich-
igan State's natators.
Among the individual defending
champions whose titles are in most
serious jeopardy are Michigan
State's Clark Scholes in the 50
and 100 yard free style; Bert Mc-
Lachlan, also of State, in the 220
and 440 yard free style; and Mich-
igan's Stew Elliott in the 100 yard
breaststroke.
Scholes has been beaten in the
sprints by both Don Hill of Mich-
igan and 100 yard world record
holder Dick Cleveland of Ohio
State. McLachlan's Big Ten rec-
ord of 2:08.4 in the 220 free style
has already been bettered this year
by the Buckeye's great Ford Kon-
no. In the 100 yard breaststroke,
teammate John Davies has been
consistently nosing out defending
champ Stew Elliott.
If Ohio's Jack Taylor attempts
tok defend his 1500 meter title in
this evening's only action he will
find serious competition from Mc-
Lachlan and Konno. Wayne Leen-
gran, Matt Mann's choice to swim
the 65 lap event, will be out to
better his fifth place finish in last
year's race at Minneapolis.

By JOHN JENKS
If Michigan is to bring home
the Big Ten track title from
Champaign this coming weekend,
Lady Luck will play more than a
small part in the festvities.
Though Illinois is the estab-
lished meet favorite, a few lucky
breaks could easily tip the scales
to the Wolverines' advantage.
THE BREAKS could come in
one of two ways. Either misfor-
tune could befall several promi-
nent Ilmini performers, such as
Cirilo McSween and Henry Cryer,
or some of Coach Don Canham's
"second stringers" could make un-
expectedly fine showings.
According to the experts
Michigan's top men will accum-
ulate enough points to bring the
squad within a hair's breadth of
the Fighting Illini, but victory
will hinge on the efforts of the
lesser lights.
Don McEwen is a sure first in
the two mile and will battle it
out with Purdue's Denis Johan-
sen and teammate John Ross in
the mile.
* * *
ROSS AND McEWEN should

finish in the first three, but in
what order they will run, which is
vitally important, only time will
tell. Ross will also step out in the
880 against Illinois' Henry Cryer,
which might well be the top go
of the meet.
Aaron Gordon is figured for
place points in the event and
Chuck Whiteaker is rated as an
outside chance to' do likewise.
Reliable Van Bruner,, Michigan's
ace hurdler, should cop top hon-
ors in the highs, but is tabbed an
uncertainty in the lows. His co-
hort, Wally Atchison, should pick
up valuable place points in the
lows.
THE WOLVERINES' mile relay
team of Bill Konrad, Jack Carroll,
Al Rankin and Dan Hickman is
slated for the number three spot
behind Illinois and Purdue by
those who know.
George Jacobi, who ordinarily
runs on the relay squad, will
not make the tiWp due to a leg
injury he sustained in the Ohio
State meet last Saturdgy.
Michigan will definitely need
the breaks in both the 60 yard
dash and pole vault to avoid a
shutout in those events.

It will take an unexpected per-
formance from either Terry Nulf
or John Vallortigara in the dashes,
or an exce tional leap from Roger
Maugh in the vault to garner place
points in either event.
Having Fritz Nilsson on the
squad is almost like having money
in the bank in the shot put. Large
Fritz should take first easily, but
Tom Johnson, his colleague, is the
marginal man in the event.
The traveling squad:
John Vallortigara, Terry Nulf,
Van Bruner, Wally Atchison,
Jack Carroll, Bill Konrad, John
Ross, Aaron Gordon, John
Moule, Horace Coleman, Fritz
Nilsson, Tom Johnson, Don Mc-
Ewen, Roger Maugh, Howie Liv-
erance, Milt Mead, Dave Heintz-
man, Bob Evans, Chuck White-
aker, Al Rankin, Bill Hickman,
Dan Hickman, Slim Barton.
Rabideau-Harris
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FRED McLEAN
. . . Buckeye bruiser
* * *

Champion OSU Out To Defend
Conference Wrestling Crown

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ASSEMBLY BALL
PICTURES ON DISPLAY
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ADMINISTRATION BLDG.
TODAY 10-4

Tau Sigma, the national honorary
mechanical engineering fraternity.
Ron's steady, improving play is
making him a man to be watched
in Michigan's remaining games
this season, and a big factor in
Coach Heyliger's plans for next
season.t

(Another in a Series)
By PAUL GREENBERG
The Buckeyes of Ohio State,
smarting from a recent- 16-10 de-
feat at the hands of the Michigan
wrestling team will attempt to
defend their Western Conference
championship in the Big Ten
meet that starts here tomorrow
afternoon.
OSU will be led by its captain,
Fred McLean, who last year took
second place in the 167 pound
division and with an extra season
of experience seems a good bet
for topping his division.
* * %.
ANOTHER second place-point-
getter, Ron Lax, returns to action
for the Buckeyes. Also George
Molodet and Jack Milligan are
back to improve upon their show-
Student interested in the
Sailing Club should attend an
open meeting in the Michigan
Union at 7:30 tonight.
--Wiles Converse
ing of last year. Molodet came in
third at 130 pounds and Milligan
took fourth in the 177 pound divi-
sion.
Illinois is another school that
is highly considered as regards
the Big Ten crown in the grap-
pling sport. The Illini have tak-
en the 1951-1952 season as their
"big year" in Western Confer-
ence play and won'i let the
wrestling laurels go without a
big fight.
Coach Pat Patterson's charges
are led by the fine trio of Captain
Marty Schwartz, Norton Compton,
and Dick Read. Schwartz last year
came in second at 177 pounds in
the Conference meet.
DEPENDING on the relative
strength of the brackets, hea eay
compete in either the 167 or 177
pound divisions tomorrow. Comp-
ton and Read are both experi-
enced performers who have shown
well this season.
Compton will wrestle at 137
pounds and Read will appear in
the unlimited division.
The Spartans from East Lansing

are expected to show up at Yost
Field House with a power-laden
squad that is certain to make its
presence felt. State has put the
accent on youth, and the experi-
ment has paid off in grand style.
From the lower weights, the
green and white trunks are filled
with some great young wrestlers.
The Gunner twins, Bob at 123
pounds and Dick at 130 ,Eddie
Casalicchio at 137, Bob Hoke at
157 and Larry Fowler in the
Heavyweight division are the best
of the group.
Federoff Replaces
Priddy at Keystone
LAKELAND, FLA. - (,P) - With
Jerry Priddy, the Detroit Tigers'
Lone holdout, still on the sidelines,
Manager Red Rolfe yesterday
named Al Federoff to play second
base in the early exhibition game.
"Even is Priddy signed today,
he wouldn't be ready," Rolfe said.
"So, we'll give Federoff a shot.
We want to get another look at
him, anyway."
* * *
MEANTIME, the 31-year-old
Priddy waited a fifth day without
learning whether his salary pro-
posal was acceptable to the Tigers'
front office.
Priddy conferred with Rolfe
after yesterday's drill and there
were indications that the salary
differences might be worked out
soon.
"If something doesn't happen
soon. I might as well pack up and
head back home to California."
Priddy said.
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