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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1952 PAGE THREE

Fight

Wolverine Firsts Beat Spartan Swimmers

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Free-stylers
Star in Dual
Meet,_52-41
Jones, Hill Pace
With Double Wins
By HERB NEIL
Michigan's undefeated swim-
mers successfully hurdled one of
their big obstacles of the season
in downing Michigan State, 52-41,
before a capacity crowd at the In-
tramural Pool yesterday after-
1k noon.
Don Hill and Bumpy Jones both'
twice defeated the Spartans' two
All-Americans, Clark Scholes and
Bert McLachlan, in winning in
four free-style events.
THE VICTORY marked the
Wolverines' fourth dual meet win
this season, in addition to first in
a triangular meet and an A.A.U.
meet.
Hill tied both his own pool
records for the 50 and 100-yard
y free-style races i n beating
Scholes, the Big Ten champion
for both events last year. The
r Michigan star edged out his
Spartan opponent by a footin
the 50, and then came back to
convincingly beat Scholes by a
four-foot margin in the longer
race.
In winning both the 220 and
440-yard free-style events Jones
T also defeated the Big Ten champ-
ion for the two races last year.
JONES PUT on a sudden burst
in the last 20 yards of the 220 to
beat Michigan by a yard after the
two had swum neck and neck for
the first 200.
In the quarter mile, however,
the versatile Jones built up a
lead from the opening gun, gra-
dually increasing it to ten yards
at the finish.
The visitors made their best
< showing in the 200-yard back-
stroke, as Harold Shoup and John
Quigley finished one-two. This
narrowed the Wolverine lead down
to 34-29, after seven of the ten
events had been run off.
JOHN DAVIES and Stew Elli-
ott restored the larger margin in
the next event,, however, as the
Michigan co-captains placed first'
y and second, respectively, in the
200-yard breaststroke.
As usual Davies swam away
from his opponents in the last
50 yards, gaining most of his
eight-yard victory over Elliott in
the final quarter of the race.
Michigan's medley relay team of
backstroker John Chase, Davies,
and free-styler Tom Benner got
the Wolverines off to a good start
7 in the first event by defeating the
Spartan trio.
DAVIES BUILT up a yard lead
over the Spartan breaststroker,
Bob Hynes, on the second leg, and
then Benner turned on the speed
to win at the finish by five yards.
Rusty Carlisle gave the Wol-
verines their fourth consecutive
winner of the meet, after Jones
had taken the 220 and Hill the
50. Carlisle won the 150-yard
individual medley with a strong
finish on, the free-style leg of
the race.
Michigan State gained two other
victories besides the backstroke,
by winning the'diving and the fin-
k al 400-yard free-style relay.
* * *
KENNETH COYNE edged out
Michigan's Jim Walters, 312.9 to
312.4 to take the honors from the

high board.
,The Spartans won the free-style'
relay when Scholes had too much
speed for Wally Jeffries on the
final leg.

Michigan Cindermen Sweep
MSC Relays; Records Fall

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Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
distance medley team of Jack.
Carroll, Don McEwen, George Ja-
cobi and John Ross ran to an
easy win and the world's indoor!
record in the Michigan State Re-
lays here last night.
The Wolverine equartet lapped
every team in the field but host
Michigan State who it beat by
more than half a lap.
CARROLL sent the squad off
to a fast quick start with a 48:9
quarter, and Jacobi continued the
fast pace with a 1:58.6 half. Then
Captain Don McEwen, running the
three quarter instead of his usual
mile, chipped in a 3:03.7 time.
Ross, sensational sophomore
miler, took the baton and turned
in a 4:13.3 mile. The total of
10:04.5 was 4.4 seconds under
the world's record time estab-
lished by last year's Michigan
team.
The Maize and Blue two-mile
quartet of John Moule, Aaron
Gordon, McEwen and Ross con-
tributed another record perform-
ance. Its time of 7:42.0 was a new
meet and field house record. Sen-
sational times were again turned
in by Ross and McEwen, who had
1:54.7 and 1:54.2 halves respec-
tively.

TAKE THAT-Gopher Jerry Mitchell hustles in to implant an
elbow in the dental works of Wolverine center Milt Mead.. Mead
lasted long enough to ring up 18 markers in a losing cause,
however.

* * ,

Go hers Trip Hawke yes, Ilinos Take
'1W in Final Big Ten Victorie Easily

IN THE 75 YARD high hurdles
Michigan swept first and second.
Reliable Van Bruner took top hon-
ors with a time of 9.3. He was
followed across the finish line by
teammate Wally Atchison.
Roland Nilsson made his de-
but with the Wolverines a suc-
cessful one by bringing home the
bacon in the shot put event. His
53 feet, six and aW half effort,
his top performance of the year,
netted him an easy first. Pre-
viously Nilsson had competed
unattached.
Northwestern's sensational
sprint star, sophomore Jim Gol-
liday, tied the world's indoor mark
in the 75 yard dash with a 7.4
performance. Thane Baker of
Kansas State set a meet and field
house record in the 300 yard
event. His time of 30.8 broke the
previous mark set by Michigan's
Bob Ufer in 1943 by .6.
BROAD JUMP - 1, Neville Price,
Oklahoma, 24 feet 3s inches; 2, Qu-
ahnah Cox, Aklahoma; 3, Horace
Coleman, Michigan; 4, Arthur Kurtz,
Northwestern; 5, Veryl Switzer, Kan-
sas State.
240 YARD SHUTTLE HURDLE RE-
LAY-i, Michigan State (Bill Bren-
del, Benjamin Harlan, Henry Glls,
John Corbelli); 2, Michigan; 3, Mich-
igan Normal. (No time as Notre
Dame which placed first was dis-
qualified because a runner jumped
his mark.)
300 YARD RUN -1, Thane Baker,
Kansas State; 2, Jim Ford, Drake; 3.
Gene Cole, Ohio State:4, Charles
Beckley, Ohio Wesleyan; 5, Bob Parks,
Michigan Normal. :30.8. (Betters
meet and fldhouse record of .:31.4
by Ufer, Michigan, in 1943.)
1,000 YARD RUN-1, Dewey John-
son, Drake; 2, Ray McConnell, Drake;
3. Dudley Hallworth, Wheaton; 4,
Maurice Maloney, Michigan State; 5,
Ed Townsend, Michigan State. 2:18.4.
MILE RUN-1, Frank Kuzma, Pitts-
burgh; 2, Len Truex, Ohio State; 3,
John Stayton, Purdue; 4, Jerry Lena-
land, Western Michigan, 5, Ken Bar-
ley, Michigan State 4:25.5.
SPRING MEDLEY RELAY-I, Okla-
homa (George McCormick, Quanah
Cox, Neville Price, Don Crabtree); 2,
Michigan State; 3, Kansas State; 4,
Michigan; 5, Michigan Normal. 3:33.4.
'75 YARD HIGH HURDLES-1, Van
Bruner, Michigan; 2, Walter Atchi-
son, Michigan; 3, John Corbelli,
Michigan State; 4, Al Renick, West-
ern Michigan; 5, Henry Gillis, Michi-
gan State. :09.3.
600 YARD RUN-1, Jim Lavery,
Drake; 2, Mead Burnett, Ohio State;
3, Dalmar Fisher, Northwestern; 4,
Jim Craigie, Wheaton; 5, Bob Eng-
lish, Notre Dame. 1:12.3 (Betters
meet and feld house record of 1:13.1
by Charles Coleman, Oklahoma, 1950).
TWO MILE RUN-1, Dewey John-
son, Drake; 2, Jerry Zerbe, Michigan
State; 3, Harry Snyder, Notre Dame;
4, Gene Matthews, Purdue; 5, John
Yoder, Purdue. 9:37.8.
SHOT PUT-1, Roland Nilsson,
Michigan, 53 feet 6, inches, 2, Joe
Morgan, Ohio State; 3, Tom Johnson,
Michigan; 4, Don Shiesswohl, Michi-
gan State; 4, John Koczman, Michi-
gan Normal.
UNIVERSITY ONE MILE RELAY--
I, Oklahoma (Jerome Meader, Chuck
Coleman; Quanah Cox, Jim Mash-
burn); 2, Drake; 3, Michigan; 4, Pitts-
burgh; 5, Michigan State, 3:19.7 (Bet-
ters meet and fieldhouse records of
3:21.1 by Michigan in 1948.)
HIGH JUMP - 1, Arnold Betton,
Drake, 6 feet 5 inches; 2, Dick Jones,
Oklahoma; 3, Jim Vrooman, Michigan
State; 4, Peron Dubard, Ohio State;
5, Howard Ficke, Miami of Ohio.

Op tJ1 lJ L SLAFAYETTE, Ind. --(R)-- The'
I Iowa Hawkeyes, front runners in}

(Continued from Page 1)
succeeded both in holding down
the score and limiting the num-
ber of personal fouls.
Only 13 Michigan cagers dress-
ed for the contest, and only seven
saw service. The latest loss to
the Wolverine squad is Carl Brun-
sting, McCoy's first alternate at
guard, who suffered a broken bone
in his foot in Thursday's practice
and wil be lost to the squad for
the remainder of the season.
In a battle to stay out of the
Big Ten cellar, Wisconsin (2-6)
will meet the Wolverines at Yost
Field House tomorrow night. The
openin jump is scheduled for 8
p.-1M.
In the preliminary contest, J. T.
White's Jayvees took it on the

WOLVERINE GOALIE WILLARD IKOLA DIVES TO THWART COLORADO SCORING ATTEMPT

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the Big Ten basketball race,k
ground down the cellar-bound
Purdue Boilermakers last night,
90-67.
Chuck Darling, top scorer in
the conference, led the Hawks
with 28 points. Iowa took the
lead for keeps midway in the
second quarter and pulled away
fast after the half.
Carl McNulty of Purdue, sec-
ond-highest scorer in the confer-
ence, had to settle for the third-
best tally. Bob Clifton of Iowa
made 19 points and McNulty 15.
Purdue led 20-17 after the
first quarter but Iowa went
ahead at 26-25 in the second on
a long shot by Skip Green.
Purdue rallied after Iowa made
it 30-25, cutting the Hawkeyes'
advantage to 32-31. Then Dar-
lying, Clifton, Deacon Davis and
Green hit Iowa baskets.
Iowa salted it down in the third
quarter by outscoring Purdue, 25-
12.
It was Purdue's ninth loss in 11
conference games and Iowa's
eighth victory in nine.
* * *
ILLINOIS 80, OHIO STATE 53
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-(P)-Clive
Follmer pumped in 20 points last
night to lead Illinois over Ohio
State 80-53 and keep the Illini
deadlocked with Iowa for the Big
Ten basketball lead each with 8-1
records.
Illinois, hitting 31 shots out
of 85 attempts, jumped into a
16-13 first quarter lead and
kept piling up the margin. At
the half time the Illini were
ahead 35-28, ballooning it to
52-37 after three quarters then
spilling 28 points through the
nets in the final period.
Follmer, tallying the most
points of his career at Illinois,
scored 12 of his total in the first
half. He made good on eight out
of nine free throw tries.
Red Kerr and Bob Peterson al-
ternated at center and kept Ohio
State's sophomore marksman,
Paul Ebert, bottled up. Ebert'bag-
ged only three baskets and five
free tosses.
TYPEWRITING

HOOSIERS 96, NU 85
EVANSTON, Ill.--(P)-Indiana
last night defeated Northwestern,
96 to 85, and the teams set a new
Big Ten total scoring record of
181 points, while the Hoosiers
scored 38 free throws for another
conference record.
The combined score of 181
topped the previous Big Ten
mark set last year when North-
western defeated Purdue 97-79
for a 176 point tally. The Hoosi-
ers' 38 free throws eclipsed the
team record of 31 set in 1949 by
Illinois against Indiana.
Indiana hit its 38 foul line
shots out of 42 attempts which
added up to a third conference
record of .904 per cent. This
erased the Michigan's .850 mark
on 17 out of 20 free tosses against
Wisconsin in 1946.
Indiana was ahead 55-45 at
halftime but Northwestern pulled
up to 65-64 midway in the third
period. Late in the third quarter,
center Frank Petrancek of North-
western fouled out and minutes
later teammate Larry Dellefield
followed.
* * *
MSC 57, BADGERS 55
MADISON, Wis. -(A)- Leif
Carlson's field goal with two sec-
onds to go gave Michigan State a
57-55 victory over Wisconsin last
night in a Big Ten basketball
game.
With Wisconsin leading, 55-
53, Clarence Means, reserve
Spartan guard, conected with
a jump shot to tie the count at
55-all. Wisconsin's Ab Nicholas
missed the first of two free
throws and declined the second
to take the ball out of bounds.
In a scramble for the ball,
Michigan State got possession anel
Carlson hit a push shot from
medium range and the horn
sounded before the Badgers could
take the ball out of bounds.
LATE BASKETBALL RESULTS
Bowling Green 89, Kent State 79
Cincinnati 63, Western Michigan 56
Dayton 97, Baldwin-Wallace 64
Detroit 72, Marquette 66
Detroit Tech 85, Defiance 64
Eastern Ill. 85, Michigan Normal 67
Hope 93, Albion 91
Iowa State 59, Creighton 58
John Carroll 57, Fenn 53

Icemen Slip
ByColorado
(Continued frorn Page 1)
Tour minutes were left at the
time but the Maize and Blue
could not stave off the determined
CC Tigers. With only a minute and
20 seconds to go, Ron Hartwell
tallied to force the game into
overtime, where the final story was
told.
Besides the pair of goals by both
Chin and Martinson, McKennell,
Mullen and Jim Haas tallied' for
Michigan. Heathcott and Philpott
also contributed three assists in
the winning cause. -
** *
FIRST PERIOD: 1 - COLORADO,
Brandt (Hartwell), 4:42; 2-MICHI-
GAN. McKennell (Philpott), 17:56.
Penalties - MICHIGAN: Mullen,
board-checking; COLORADO: Rob-
son, tripping; Kennefic, slashing;
Hartwell, board-checking; all 2 m-
utes. -
Major Penalties-MICHIGAN: Mc-
Clellan, fighting; COLORADO: Di-
viney, fighting.
SECOND PERIOD: 3-MICHIGAN,
Mullen (Haas, Heathcott), 1:01; 4-
COLORADO, Brandt (Hartwell), 7:25;
5-MICHIGAN, Chin (Cooney, Keyes),
9:08; 6 -- COLORADO, Kennefic
(Brandt), 13:33; .7-COLORADO, Soli-
go (unassisted), 14:43; 8-MICHIGAN,
Haas (May, Philpott), 18:50.
Penalties -- MICHIGAN: Heathcott,
tripping; COLORADO: Robson, hook-
ing; 2 minutes each.
THIRD PERIOD: 9 -- COLORADO,
Brandt (unassisted), 6:26; 10-MICH-
IGAN, Chin (McKennell, Philpott),
14:58; 11 - MICHIGAN: Martinson,
(Heathcott, Mullen), 16:02;s12-COL-
ORADO: Hartwell .(Robson, Brandt),
18:40.
OVERTIME: 13-MICHIGAN, Mar-
tinson (Mullen, Heathcott), 6:12.

Michigan's gymnastics squad
had little trouble in rolling over
Wisconsin, 65/2-301/2, for its
fourth straight conference victory
before a large crowd in the In-
tramural Building yesterday.
The Wolverines dominated
everything but the flying rings,
picking up five firsts and five
seconds in the six events and hav-
ing three men place in every
event.
* * *
MARV JOHNSON won the high
bar with Harry Luchs and Frank
Adams completing the sweep of
the first three places. Adams also
took second place on the tumbling
mats in Michigan's sweep of that
event.
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beautiful form, captured first in
the tumbling with a 273 point
total and Don Hurst brought
in the third place honors.
First place on the side horse
went to Lee Krumbholz, who was
high point man for the day with
seconds on the parallel bars and
flying rings, giving him 13%/2
points. Behind Krumbholz on
s i d e horse, Connie Ettl and
"Sticks" Rowland took third and
fifth.
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Matmen Romp over Wildcats
With Impressive 21-3 Victory

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Michigan's hustling grapplers
came up with their fifth win in a
row last night when they bom-
barded an inept Northwestern
~squad, 21-3.
Dock O'Shaugnessy lost the
Wolverines only decision when
Joe Sturgus, the Wildcat's lone
veteran, gained three points via
a referee's decision.
* * *
O'SHAUGNESSY was ahead 3-2
at the end of the 177 pound clash,
but the referee awarded two
points to Sturgus, making the fi-
' nal count 4-3. It was only
O'Shaugnessy's second loss as
against five wins in dual meet
competition this year.
All the rest of the Wolverines
won, and most of them by very

added six points to the Michi-
gan cause with overwhelming
10-3 and 9-2 victories.
At this point the score stood
15-0 in favor of Michigan. And
most of the fans were expecting
the Wolverines to complete the
rout by sweeping the next three
matches as easily as they had the
first five.
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weighs in at 167 pounds, had his 3 o <c ca
hands full in the next event. Be-
hind 4-2 at the end of the second
period, he managed to score a
takedown and an escape in the fi-
nal period to emerge victorious. II
In the evening's final event ^
Moose Dunne, Michigan's popu-
lar heavyweight, won a 3-2 ref- - TEA - GINGERn

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