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Buckeye Swimmers Easy

Winners in Big

Ten Meet

* * *

Michigan Wins Five Firsts;
Ross Sets New Mile Record.

MSC Edges Wolverines
For Second at Lansing
Davies Scores Second Breast Stroke Win;
Scholes Upsets Cleveland in Sprint Event
______- - - - - ----

Nalan, O'Shaughnessy Grab
Conference Grappling Titles

(Continued from Page 1)
set by Wisconsin's Don Gehr-
man in 1949. Stacey Siders of
Illinois came in fourth behind
the Badger's Frank Duis.
Michigan picked up nine big,
ones in the shot put as Tom John-
son got off one of his better heaves
to place second behind teammate
Fritz Nilsson, who won easily with
a 53 feet 7% inch toss.
* * *
BUT THE Wolverines lost them
right back in the pole vault. Illi-
WiDick Coleman and Richard
Calisch parlayed their talents to
sweep first and second, respec-
tively, in the event. Coleman's best
effort was a 14 feet, 3 inch leap.
Another Coleman, this time
Michigan's Horace, took broad-
Jumping honors with a 22 foot,
11% inch performance. Illinois
was blanked in the event, North-
western's Art Kurtz taking sec-
Michigan took a real beating
in the 60 yard dash. Illini Willie
Williams finished behind winner
Jim Golliday of Northwestern who
turned in a 6.2 time, while Michi-
gan was getting shut out.
VAN BRUNER of the Maize and
Blue slipped to the two spot be-
hind Joel McNulty of Illinois in
the 70 yard high hurdles. Team-
mate Wally Atchison came in
fourth behind Henry Gillis of
MSC in the go.
Michigan also got blanked in
the 70 yard low hurdles.
In the high jump the Illini's
Ronald Mitchell broke the Big Ten
mark with a 6 feet 7% inch jump.
Milt Mead placed fourth for the
The last contest, the mile relay,
saw Iowa grab top honors with a
record breaking 3:18.3 perform-
ance. Illinois came in second,,
while Michigan finished third.

One Mile Run-1. ROSS, MICHI-
Wheeler, Iowa; 4. Johannson, Pur-
due; 5. Reynolds, Illinois. 4:09.4 (New
Big Ten and Illinois Armory record,
former record 4:10.4 set by Gehr-
mann, Wisconsin, 1950, and tied by
Truex, Ohio State, 1951).
60-Yard Dash-i. 'Golliday, North-
Western; 2. Williams; Illinois; 3.
Murchison, Iowa; 4. Gonzalez, Illi-
nois; 5. Hesseltine, Iowa. :!06.2.
Broad Jump-1. COLEMAN, MICHI-
GAN, 22 - 1134; 2. Kurtz, Northwes-
tern, 22 - 8; 3. Olea, Michigan State,
22 - 74; 4. Thorpe, Ohio State, 22
-6; 5. Roland, Michigan State, 22 -
440-Yard Run--1. CARROLL, MI-
CHIGAN; 2. Scott, Iowa; 3. McSween,
Illinois; 4. Collins, Wisconsin; 5.
Cole, Ohio State. :48.9.
70-Yard High Hurdles-1. McNulty,
Illinois; 2. BRUNER, MICHIGAN; 3.
Gills, Michigan State; 4. ATCHISON,
MICHIGAN; 5. Anderson, Illinois.
53 - 73; 2. JOHWSON, MICHIGAN,
49 - 3; 3. Morgan, Ohio State, 49 -
3; 4. Berschet, Illinois, 48 - 4%;' 5.
Schiesswohl, Michigan State, 48 - 1.
High Jump-1. Mitchell, Illinois, 6 -
7Y 2. Dubard, Ohio State, 6 - 5%; 3.
Vrooman, Michigan State, 6 - 4%; 4.
MEAD, MICHIGAN, 6 - 37,/; 5. EVANS,
(tie) 6 - 21. (New Big Ten and Illinois
Armory Records; former record 6 feet
7y inches set by Eddleman, Illinois,
Two-1Mile Run-1. McEWEN, MI-,
CHI AN; 2. Ferguson, Iowa; 3. Trim-
ble, Illinois; 4. Lamb, Illinois; 5. Zel-
lers, Indiana. 9:10.2.
880-Yard Run-1. Cryer, Illinois; 2.
ROSS, MICHIGAN; 3. Duis, Wiscon-
sin; 4. Siders, Illinois; 5. Whiteman,
Indiana. 1:52.9 (New Big Ten and
Armory record, former record 1:53.1
set by Gehrmann, Wisconsin, 1949).
Pole Vapult-r1l. Coleman, Illinois,
14 - 3; 2. Caliseh, Illinois, 13 - 8; 3.
Welbourn, Ohio State, 13 - 4; 4-5. Fos-
ter, Illinois, Hight, Indiana, Smith,
Michigan State, Walbaum, Minne-
sota, Pickell, Wisconsin (tie) -13 feet.
70-Yard Low Hurdles-I. Williams,
Illinois; 2. Dietz, Iowa; 3. Taylor, In-
diana; 4. Corley, Illinois; 5. Hughes,
Purdue. :08.1.
Mile Relay-1. Iowa (Boylan, Wheel-
er, Ebert, Scott); 2. Illinois; 3. MICHI-
GAN; 4. Wisconsin; 5. Ohio State.


Special to The Daily
swept to its fourth consecutive Big
Ten swimming title here last night
with a total .of 125 points.
Michigan finished third with 60
points, six behind Michigan State.
The Spartans placed at least one
man in each event, except the 3
meter diving last night, to edge the
Wolverines for second place.
IOWA PLACED a distant fourth
with 30 points, while Purdue fin-
ished fifth with 17. Northwestern,
Wisconsin, Indiana, Minnesota and
Illinois trailed the leaders in that
John Davies and Bumpy Jones
gave the Wolverines their second
and third victories of the meet

...Canadian capers

Illini Win Gymnastics;
Michigan Takes Fourth

Sullivan Paces Champions to
MSC, Minnesota Finish Ahead

Third Crown;
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Special to The Daily
satile captain Bob Sullivan, Illi-
nois nailed down its third con-
secutive Big Ten gymnastics title
last night by a nine-point margin
over runner-up Michigan State.
Coach Charley Pond's Illini
gymnastics chalked up 94% mark-
ers to the Spartans' 85%. Minne-
sota held down the third position-
with 682 points while Michigan
trailed in fourth with 55%.
* * *
SULLIVAN, an all-events senior,
accounted for 46 of the winner's
scores. He placed first in the
tumbling and all-around events.
Top man in the Wolverine
scoring parade was freshman
Harry Luchs. The Latvian-born
competitor notched a 257-252
triumph over Minnesota's Ken
Bartlett in the parallel bars
which was good for 11 points,
Boston (AL) 5, Cincinnati 0
Washington 8, Philadelphia (AL) 7
New York (AL) 11, St. Louis (NL) 5
Detroit 7, Philadelphia (NL) 4
Boston (NL) 5, Brooklyn 2
Chicago (NL) 5, Cleveland "B" 4
St. Louis (AL) 7, Pittsburgh 4
Cleveland "A" 11, New York (NL) 2
National Invitation
Western Kentucky 62, Louisville 59
Dayton 8i, NYU 66
LaSalle 80, Seton Hall 76
Villanova 66, St. Bonaventure 59
No. Carolina St. 77, Duke 68
Wisconsin 58, Illinois 48
Iowa State 69, Colorado 62
Yale 71, Harvard 65
Baltimore U. 41, Roanoke 40
Toronto 6, Detroit 3
Chicago 4, Montreal 4

and he added nine more for a
total of. twenty. Luchs was
fourth in the all-around action.
Duncan Erley of Michigan
backed up, Luchs with a close
second place to Sullivan in the
tumbling event, and went on to
score a total of 16 for the fourth-
place finishers.
* * *
with the Illini until the trampo-
line action, when favored Tom
Mullineaux fell off the tramp and
ruined a good performance.
Indiana's Dick Albershardt
went on to take that event by a
Hoop Scoop
Top Propson, '54E of Detroit,
has been named student bas-
ketball manager for the 1952-
53 campaign. He replaces this
year's manager Phil Wolf, '52E.
255-252 margin over the Spar-
tans' John Walker. Erley placed
fourth for the Wolverines.
Minnesota had the flying rings
all to itself as Gophers Barltett
and Howie O'Connell finished
one-two. Bartlett's edge was four
points, 249-245.
Bob Feldmeier of Michigan
State, who finished second to
Sullivan in the all-around con-
test, copped horizontal bar hon-
ors b a 262-257 score over the
same Sullivan.
In the side-horse fight, Frank
Bare of Illinois took a well-earned
decision from Spartan Carl Rintz.
His advantage was 255-242.
Following Michigan in the team
scoring came Iowa with 27 points,
Indiana with 222, OSU with 21,
Wisconsin with 101/2 and North-
western with sev-n. Purdue does
not field a gymnastics squad.

with wins in the 100 yard breast
stroke and the 150 yard individ-
ual medley, respectively.
Davies added the 100 yard crown
to his 200 yard breast stroke title
on Friday night by beating Bruce
Aldrich of Michigan State by two
feet. In winning, the Michigan co-
captain set a new MSC pool rec-
ord of 1:00.2.'
IN THE individual medley, Jones
inched out Larry Meyer of Indiana
in one of the closest races of the
evening. His time of 1:32.5 also
set a new pool record; the old
mark was held by Meyer.
In all, nine records fell before
the speedy swimmers. Six of
the marks were for the Michigan
State pool, and three were for
the Western Conference.
Clark Scholes sprung the eve-
ning's biggest surprise when he
upset Ohio..State's great sprinter,
Dick Cleveland in the 100 yard free
style. The Michigan State star
thus successfully defended the title
which he won in last year's confer-
ence meet at Minneapolis. The
time of 49.8 was a new Big Ten
JACK TAYLOR and Yoshi Oya-
kawa gave the champion Buck-
eyes a one-two punch in the 100-
yard back stroke. Taylor's time
of 58.2 was good enough for a new
Jenison pool record. Michigan did
not qualify a man.
Ohio State's 300 yard medley
relay team of Taylor, Gerry Holan
and Herb Kobayashi set a new
Big-Ten and Jenison pool record
as thy negotiated the distance in
2:50.7. The Michigan trio of
Jones, Davies and Tom Benner
came in second, while Michigan
State wound up third.
100-Yard Back Stroke - 1, Taylor,
Ohio State; 2, Oyakawa, Ohio State;
3, Brooks, Purdue; 4, Hoagund, Wis-
consin; 5, Shoup, Michigan State; 6,
Houtz, Purdue. :58.2 (Betters pool
record of :59.2 by Peterson, Michigan
State, in 1950.)
100-Yard Breast Stroke-1, DAVIES,
MICHIGAN; 2, Aldrich, Mich. State;
3. Strassforth, Iowa; 4, Pendleton,
Illinois; 5, Lougee, Wisconsin; 6, Bald-
win, Michigan State. 1:00.2. (Betters
pool record of 1:01.2 by Aldrich, Mich-
igan State, in 1951).
100-Yard Free Style - 1, Scholes,
Michigan State; 2, Cleveland, Ohio
State; 3, BENNER, MICHIGAN; 4,
Walen, Northwestern; 5, Payette,
Michigan state; 6, Peterson, North-
western. :49.8. (Betters Big Ten rec-
ord of :50.7 by Scholes last year and
pool record of :50.2 by Cleveland In
440-Yard Free Style-1, Konno, Ohio
State; 2, McLachlan, Michigan State;
3, Lucas, Iowa; 4, Anderson, Minneso-
ta; 5, Agnew, Ohio state; 6, Talbot,
Purdue. 4:35.9. (Betters Big Ten rec-
ord of 4:38.6 by McLachlan in 1951
and pool record of 4:40.7 by McLach-
lan in 1951.)
150-Yard Individual Medley - 1,
JONES, MICHIGAN; 2, Meyer, Indi-
Steimel, Michigan State; 5. Aldrich,
Michigan State. 1:32.5. (Betters pool
record of 1:34.0 by Meyer in 1951.)
Three Meter Diving-1-Clotworthy
(OSU); 2-Shapiro (Os); 3-Mar-
ino (OSU); 4-Broeder (Iowa); 5--
Clingenpeel (Purdue).
300-Yard Medley Relay -1 - Ohio
State (Taylr, Holan, Kobayashi); 2-
Michigan; 3-Michigan State; 4-
Iowa; 5-Wisconsin.


sophomore satisfies

Sextet Tops
Tech Again
Pelow TaIliesTwice
In Michigan Cause
(Continued from Page 1)
on Captain Earl Keyes rebound
to tie matters.
* * *
NEAR THE END of the period
the Wolverines found themselves
in a hole when defenseman Gra-
ham Cragg and Alex McClellan
were sent off the ice on penalties
just a half minute apart.
Despite the two man advan-
tage the Huskies couldn't score
in over a minute.
Rautiola was then penalized for
charging Jim Haas who ended up
cracking the back of his head
against the boards.
Still holding a man advantage
Tech finally capitalized on the
situation to take a 3-2 lead. On
the face-off immediately after
Haas was helped off the ice, Joe
de Bastiani and Ray Kestner car-
ried into Michigan ice and de
Bestiani tallied.
At 4:06 of the final period Tech
goalie Harry Taylor was forced to
retire to the dressing room to be
treated for a gash along his nose.
The game was held up for half an
hour because thirteen stitches
were required to sew Taylor up be-
fore he returned.
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Phil-
pott (Shave, Cooney), 5:09; 2-Tech,
Puro (Rautiola), 12:55; 3-Tech, Rau-
tiola (Puro; Vitton), 14:11.
Penalties-Tech: de Bastiani (inter-
f erence); Michigan: McClellan (el-
bowing): two minutes each.
SECOND PERIOD: 4 - Michigan,
Pelow (Keyes, Philpott), 13:47; 5-
Tech, de Bastiani (Kestner), 18:37.
Penalties-Michigan: Chin (hold-
ing), Cragg (hooking), McClellan
(handling the puck); Tech: Brooks
(hooking), Rautiola (charging); two
minutes each.
THIRD PERIOD: 6-Michigan, Pe-
low (Keyes, Haas), 12:40; 7-Michigan,
,Mullen (Cooney, Heathcott), 15:35.
Penalty-Michigan: Cragg (holding),
two minutes.

LEE WAS eliminated from the
semi-finals in the afternoon by a
close referee's decision. Bob Hoke
of Michigan State, who during the
regular season had beaten Lee, was
held to a 1-1 deadlock. Many of
the fans thought Lee had decision-
ed the Spartan ace, but the ref-
eree awarded Hoke the decision
on aggresiveness.

The Michigau-CREW!
... .smart!
suavc. . - -

(Continued from Page 1)
of them came through to win
points for the Wolverines, all as
third place finishers.
Jack Gallon, Wolverine 137
pounder, came up with a 6-2 de-
cision over an old nemesis of his,
Dick Wilder of Indiana. The Hoos-
ier grappler was the only man who
had beaten Gallon in two years of
intercollegiate dual meet wrestling
and the Michigan junior's victory
was indeed sweet.
* * *
GALLON THEN came through.
to decision Tony Stavole of Ohio
State by 8-1, in the consolation
Dave Space, Michigan grap-
pler in the 147 pound division,
also looked good in grabbing a
third place award. In his first
consolation match he decisioned
Ohio State's Ron Lax, 7-0. Then
the Wolverine senior came
through with a hard-earned 5-1
triumph over Don Zastrow of
Miles Lee, Michigan's fine 157
pounder, had 2 full day of wrestl-
ing. All told the Wolverine grap-
pler went 21 minutes and finally;
he emerged with a thirdplace


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At 167 pounds Bud Holcombe,
Wolverine captain, closed out a
fine collegiate career by wrestl-
ing to a third place finish.
After being eliminated yester-
day by the eventual winner, Orris
Bender of Michigan State, Hol-
combe came through today to de-
feat his greatest nemesis, Fred Mc-
Lean of Ohio State.
Until yesterday Holcombe had
never beaten the Buckeye grappler,
but his superb performance gave
him a 3-0 win. In the consolation
finals, Holcombe decisioned Char-
les Thompson of Indiana by an
identical 3-0 score.
MUOSE DUNNE of Michigan
put up a gallant struggle in his
battle to win the heavyweight
In the semi-finals Dunne came
from behind and tied Jack Dorf-
man of Minnesota, the eventual
winner. In a referee's decision,
Dunne lost by the closest of mar-
Don Ryan, Wisconsin 157 pound-
er, won the title for the third con-
secutive year, and was consequent-
ly' voted the tournament's out-
standing wrestler. n'


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