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TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Sportsmanship of Ohio State
Swimmers Praised by Mann
Wolverine Coach Looks Toward Big Ten
Meet after Brilliant Victory over Buckeyes -;

Michigan Riflemen Take
Conference, IT Crowns

ENOUGH OF McGILL:
'M' Puckmen Return to MCHL Action

(..

By IVAN KAYE
Revelation of a glowing exam-
ple of sportsmanship followed in
the wake of Michigan's 50-43 vic-
tory over the Ohio State swimming
team last Saturday.
The Ohioans joined together to
send flowers to the hospital in
which the mother of Bumpy Jones,
the Wolverines' star swimmer, is
recovering from injuries received
in an automobile accident Friday
night.
BOTH OF JONES' parents were
involved in the crash, but his fa-
ther was released on Saturday.
The injuries to Mrs. Jones were
reported to have been fractures
of the hip and leg. It was the first
time that the parents had ever
k missed seeing their son perform.
The action of the Ohio swim-
mers drew high praise from
coach Matt Mann of the Wol-
verines. Mann said that it
showed the true caliber of the
men engaging in college athletics
today. "That's what makes ath-
letics great," added the Maize
and Blue mentor.
Leaving behind them a perfect
dual meet season climaxed by the
monumental triumph over the
Buckeyes, the Wolverine swimmers
began earnest preparations for the
forthcoming Big Ten champion-
ships at the end of the week.
MICHIGAN'S title bid will re-
quire stellar performances from
menlike Ed Furdak in the individ-
ual medley, Glen Miller in the
breaststroke and John Chase in
{ the backstroke.
With the conference scoring
going seven points for a first
place, then 5-4-3-2-1 down to
sixth, Michigan's depth may be
a potent factor. It is then not
so much a matter of the estab-
lished stars like Don Hill, Tom
Benner, Jimmy Walters, Ron
Gora and Jones coming through
but rather the second and third
place finishers who must bul-
wark a title drive by the Maize
and Blue.
John Chase will carry Michi-
gan's point hopes in both the 100
and 200 yard backstroke events.
A tireless worker who has been
called the most conscientious on
the squad by coach Mann, Chase
has shaved five seconds off his
time from last year in the 200
yard event.
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He showed a crowd of over 1,000
fans last Saturday the fruits of
his diligent practice when he
swam almost stroke for stroke with
the world's greatest backstroker,
Yoshi Oyakawa of the Buckeyes.
If Michigan does come through
this weekend, it will be the direct
result of the unfailing determina-
tion of self-effacing athletes like
Chase, and his teammates who are
continually striving to better
themselves in their chosen sport.

Somewhat lost in the shuffle of
basketball, hockey, swimming, and
all the other varsity sports, the
Michigan rifle team hit the jack-
pot Saturday at Champaign as it
won both the Big Ten Rifle Cham-
pionships and the Illinois Invita-
tional Tournament.
The Wolverine riflemen fired a
1407 out of a possible 1500 to nose
out Wisconsin by five points and
win the conference title,
IN THE ILLINOIS Invitational
Tournament Michigan topped 38
other schools to cop the trophy
for the second straight year. The
winning mark of 1415 was trailed
by an Illinois score of 1389.
Members of the conference-
winning team also placed high
in the individual matches.
George Beckwith paced the field
of Big Ten firers and also placed
high in the other meet, while Eu-
gene Woodroof came in fourth in
a field of over 200.
Other members of the confer-

ence championship squad were
Ralph Hoffman, Jim Ryan, Dave
Basket, and Dale Barker.
Rose Bowl
MADISON - VP) - Univer-
sity of Wisconsin faculty mem-
bers Monday voted 121-52
against renewal of the Western
Conference's Rose Bowl football
pact with the Pacific Coast Con-
ference.
The current Rose Bowl pact
expires with the Jan. 1, 1954
game.
Acceptance or rejection by
the whole conference will be
made public at the Big Ten's
annual spring meeting May 29-
30. To date, Illinois has an-
nounced a vote for renewal, pro-
visionally, while Minnesota has
rejected renewal.
Wisconsin had been consid-
ered on the fence as far as
renewal of the pact.

By HANLEY GUR WIN
After being soundly defeated
Friday night and nosed out Sat-
urday afternoon by a highly un-
der-rated McGill sextet, the Wol-
verine puckmen return to Midwest
Hockey League competition this
week in the race for the league
title.
Vic Heyliger's icers take on the
Spartans at East Lansing Wed-
nesday in what may be the step-
ping stone to a tie for the crown.
By turning back the Green and
White puckmen on Wednesday
and then the Michigan Tech sex-
tet in two games this coming
week-end, the Wolverines can ac-
complish the task.
* * *
HOWEVER, it will take more
good hockey playing than the lo-
cal fans saw this past week-end
L

from the Maize and Blue to win
these crucial games coming up.
In absorbing the double-defeats,
Michigan showed little which
Entries are now being taken
for the all campus codeball
singles and doubles tourna-
ments at the Intramural Build-
ing.
-Glenn Coury
would brand it as a championship
hockey club.
In Friday's game, the Wolver-
ines were outplayed in every
phase of the game. The Red-
men out-passed, out-shot, and
outhustled the Michigan squad.
The 7-0 whitewash was the
worst shutout the club has suf-
fered since the season of 1944

when the Gophers of Minnesota
blanked the Michigan icers,
10-0.
The second game of the series,
while not being as one-sided, pro-
duced just as discouraging a re-
sult. The Wolverines led 1-0 with
less than four minutes remaining,
yet lost the game, 2-1. Pete Con-
stable, McGill center, scored two
goals within two minutes to hand
the Wolverines their second de-
feat in two starts.
, . *
WITH ONLY one goal tallied by
the Wolverines in the two games,
there was little change in the
Michigan scoring race. Doug Phil-
pott, who scored the lone goal in
the second game, raised his total
for the year to 20 points, com-
piled on 10 goals and a similar
number of assists.

JOHN CHASE
... "chases" Oyawawa

Six Cagers Hit Double Figures
In wolverine Scoring Outburst

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SUMMARIES

tually wound up with five baskets
and 14 of 29 charity tosses to an-
nex scoring honors and shatter
the conference free throw attempt
record.
The lead see-sawed back and
forth in the next stanza until
center Paul Groffsky batted in a
tip-in at the halfway point to
put Michigan in front, 31-29.
After this, the Wolverines never
again relinquished their advan-
tage, which mounted to 45-37
at half time.
Lanky forward Milt Mead, one
of six wearers of the Maize and
Blue to reach double figures, took
up the scoring slack in the third
period as Groffsky and jumping
John Codwell were nampered by
four personals apiece.
Mead collected eight markers to
pace the local favorites to the
66-54 score which set the stage for
the brilliant, action-filled fourth
period frolics.
LATE CAGE SCORES
Indiana 90, Northwestern 88 (over-
time)
Illinois 66, Michigan State 53
Iowa 81, Minnesota 79 (overtime)
Iowa State 93, Nebraska 66
Kansas 78, Colorado 55
Louisvilue 73, Seton Hall 67
Marquette 80, Detroit 74
Toledo 63, Western Michigan 60
HOCKEY
Detroit 10, Boston 2
IM HOCKEY FINAL
Sigma Chi 5, Chi Psi 3

PURDUE
Dunn, F
Runyan, F
Beck, F
J Server, F
Schorr, F
Rodenkirk, F
Calhoun, C
Blind, G
T. Server, G
Boyer, G
Toeppe, G
Totals
MICHIGAN
Mead, F
Codwell, F
Kauffman, F
Alien, F
Stern, F
Tarrant, F
Groff sky, C
Schlicht, C
Tapp, C
Eaddy, G
Lawrence, G
Pavichevich, G
Kenaga, G
Totals
Purdue
MICHIGAN

FG
4
5
5
0
0
I
3
4
0
0
1
23
FG
5
6
2
3
a0
0
4
0
0
9
5
3
0
37
23
19

FT
1
14
1
3
4
0
4
6
1
1
0
35
FT
3
2
2
4
0
0
0
4
0
0
25

PF
5
4
I
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1
4
4
3
0
3
27
PF
4
4
I
0
5
2
Y
3
3
2
4
37

Pts.
9
24
11
4
2
10
114
1
a 1
2
81
F Pts.
13
14
6
10
0
15
0
1 2
19
14
6
0
99
27-81
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A call from Dreamboat always clicks with
Grover. And an Automatic Message Ac-
counting machine has been clicking too -
down in the telephone office -busily
punching impressions on a paper tape.
You may be interested in what this
ingenious recorder does. It keeps track of
what telephone number you called, how

work by Bell Telephone Laboratories,
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and other interesting and important proj-
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