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SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THl

Wrestlers Qualify Five
In BigTen Semi-Finals

By DAVE LIVINGSTON
Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTON-Michigan got
off to a roaring start in the Big
Ten Wrestling Championships
which opened here last night,
qualifying five men for this aft-
ernoon's semifinals.
Michigan State, Illinois, Iowa
and Purdue all kept four grapplers
in contention for individual
crowns to stay one step behind
Coach Cliff Keen's pace-setting
Wolverines.
* * *
THE FINALS are scheduled for
8 p.m. tonight.
177-pound Dick O'Shaugh-
nessy and 147-pounder Joe
Scandura each won a pair of
matches in last night's festivi-
ties, while the other Michigan
qualifiers drew byes in the first
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round, enabling them to remain
in the race for the laurels with
just one victory.
In his first match, Scandura
pinned Purdue's Jack Gifford in
2:44, and then came back later to
gain a come-from-behind 7-4 tri-
umph over Jim Knotts of Michi-
gan State.
** *
O'SHAUGHNESSY also nailed
his initial opponent to the mat,
taking 5:18 to ruin Indiana's
Bruce Brenneman. In the final
event of the night, the Wolverine
177-pounder clinched a place in
today's affair with an easy win
over Lynn Whiteaker of Purdue.
In one of the best matches of
the night, Michigan's unbeaten
Andy Kaul outfought the al-
ways-dangerous Spartan, Dick
Gunner, to win by a slim 6-4
margin and move into the 137
pound semifinals.
Wolverine captain Snip Nalon
grabbed the third Maize and Blue
fall of the evening when he pinned
Purdue's Joe Murphy in 6:34, aft-
er the Boilermaker had put up a
surprisingly tough fight.
IN THE 157 pound class, anoth-
er of Keen's boys, Miles Lee, drove
Ed Parolczyk of Ohio State all
over the mat to romp to an easy
11-1 decision.
Michigan's hopes at both 123
and 167 pounds were ousted in
the first matches. Purdue's Al
Vega, unbeaten in conference
competition, blanked Joe At-
kins in the lighter weight, 7-0,
while Joe Sturgins entered the
167 pound semifinals by pinning
Bronson Rumsey in 7:10.
Each of the Michigan semifinal-
ist will have a rough time going all
the way in the wide-open compe-
tition. Nalon has to beat Michigan
State's Ed Casalicchio who won
two matches by big scores last
night.
ENDS TON IGHT
'BLACKBEARD THE PIRATE"
- Pius -
"HAS ANYONE SEEN
MY GAL"
Starts SUNDAY

Illini Lead
Gymnastics
Qualifiers
Gophers Follow;
M' Places Seven
By GORDON MARS
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING-Illinois and
Minnesota, Big Ten gymnastic
powers, walked off with top hon-
ors in the preliminaries here yes-
terday.
Illinois placed 19 and Minne-
sota placed 12 men for today's
competition. The Michigan squad
placed seven men in the -finals.
KEN BARTLETT of Minnesota
took a first place in the all-round

INTRA-STATE FEUD:
Michigan Hoopsters Face Spartans

'v-
By JAY GRANT Michigan gave them their closest
winning game of this nearly con-
On the road for the final two cluded season, losing a heartbreak-
games of this bleak season, the er in Ann Arbor, 66-64. The game
Wolverine basketball squad en-
gages Michigan State tonight at was won on a basket by substi-
Jenison field house in East Lan- tute center DeNeal Hartman in
sing. the last five seconds.
The 99 poirt outburst against Michigan State, currently on-
the Boilermakers earlier this week ly a half game in front of fourth
showed a display of Michigan bas- place Minnesota, needs this win
ketball power which was hidden to stay in its cherished third
for most of the season. Although place position. MSC Coach Pete
this total was scored against a Newell will probably start the
team currently in the depths of same quintet he used in the Ann
the Big Ten cellar, the Wolverines Arbor squeaker.
showed some fine teaniwork and At one of the forward posts wil
definite scoring ability., be Al Ferrari, the Big Ten's top
' * ' scoring forward, currently aver-
ALTHOUGH the Spartans rank aging 15.6 points per game. H
third in the conference hoop race, scre 1 rpints in the earlier

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event which was completed
terday. He was followed by
Rintz of Michigan State
Frank Bare of Illinois.

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Carl
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Bob Sullivan, defending cham-
pion in this event fell off the
high bar, ruining his chances to
repeat. However he managed to
place tenth.
Bartlett, yesterday's oustanding
performer took a first, two sec-
onds, and two thirds. Not to be
outdone, however, Carl Rintz of
Entries are now being taken
at the Intramural Building for
the following All Campus Tour-
naments:
Table tennis
Badminton (single and dou-
bles)
Indoor tennis
Codeball (single and doubles)
To enter phone 8109.
-Bud Turner
Michigan State took two firsts,
and tied for fifth in the free exer-
cise competition.
* * *
MARV JOHNSON, Michigan's
leading scorer picked up a sec-
ond, fifth, tied for another fifth
and sixth and took a ninth.
The Illinois, Minnesota con-
tingent controlled the free ex-
ercise events with both teams
placing three men. Marv John-
son took a second tying Sulli-
van of Illinois.
Illinois also showed strength in
the side-horse competition quali-
fying four men. Carl Rintz took
first in this contest with a very
high score of 285. Michigan didn't
qualify a man in this event.
* * *
RINTZ took another first in the
high bar. Frank Adams of Mich-
igan came through with a bril-
liant performance to take fourth
place and Mary Johnson tied with
Tom White of Iowa for fifth place.
The Iowa squad, highly-rated
contender, qualified three men
in the trampoline event. The
only qualifier Michigan had in
this event was Jack Eckle, who
tied for seventh and eighth posi-
tion.

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Swimming.
(Continued from Page 1)
In a close race for second place
Michigan State captain Bert Mc-
Lachlan nosed out Fred Bautz
of Purdue, and Hawkeye Willis
Weber.
The feature race of the evening
found Bumpy Jones of Michigan
turning on the heat to defeat the
heretofore unbeatable Konno in
the fast time of 2:08.7. Wolverines
Ron Gora and captain Wally Jef-
fries finished third and fourth
respectively.
JONES TOO1I the lead at the
end of the first length along with
teammate Gora, and withstood
the Buckeye's stretch drive in the
last 20 yards. At this point in the
meet Michigan led Ohio 25 to 22.
The meet ends today with pre-
liminaries set for 10:30 a.m., and
the finals beginning at 3:00 p.m.
SUMNMARIES
50-Yard Freestyle: 1 - Peterson,
Northwestern. 2-Hill, Michigan. 3-
Pennington, Iowa. 4-Kuhn, North-
western. 5 - Pisacreta, Indiana. 6 -
Payette, Michigan State. Time :23.1.
200-Yard Backstroke: 1- Oyakawa,
Ohio State. 2-McLachlan, M.S.C. 3-
Bautz, Purdue. 4-Weber, Iowa. 5-
Chase, Michigan. 6-Hoaglund, Wis-
consin. Time 2:10.8. (New pool rec-
ord; old mark 2:14.8 by Fred Bautz
of Purdue).
220-Yard Freestyle: 1-Jones, Michi-
gan. 2-Konno, Ohio State. 3-Gora,
Michigan. 4-Jeffries, Michigan. 5-
Talbot, Purdue. 6-Wallen, North-
western. Time. 2:08.7. (New pool rec-
ord; old mark-2:09.4 Matt Mann III
(Mich.), 1949.
200-Yard Breaststroke: 1 - Holan,
Ohio State. 2-Clemons, Illinois. 3-
Dudeck. Michigan State. 4-Higgins,
Iowa. 5-Lougee, Wisconsin. 6-Al-
drich, Michigan State. Time 2:15.6.
(New pool record; old mark 2:20-
Bowen Stassforth, Ia., 1950)
One-Meter Diving: 1 - Clotworthy,
Ohio State Pts. 523.60. 2-Shapiro,
Ohio State, Pts. 462.60. 3-Harrison,
Ohio State, Pts. 450.40. 4-Broeder,
Iowa, Pts. 401.60. 5-Walters, Michi-
gan, Pts. 381.80. 6-Coyne, Michigan
State Pts. 374.70.
400-Yard Freestyle Relay: 1-Mich-
igan (Hill, Benner, Gora, Ries). 2-
Ohio State. 3-Northwestern. 4-Mich-
igan State. 5-Iowa. 6-Purdue. Time
3:29.1.'

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Michigan-MSC tussle, and needs
only 34 points in his next two
games to break the Michigan State
individual season scoring record.
6-1 JUNIOR Keith Stackhouse
draws the other forward slot along
with the 6-2%/2 Ferrari. Stack-
Track.0..
(Continued from Page 1)
best time of 1:53.9. Stacey Sid-
ers of Illinois, 880 champion in
last year's outdoor meet, also
qualified.
Defending champion Jack Car-
roll of Michigan, running easily,
paced the qualifiers in the quarter-
mile with :49.6, the best Big Ten
clocking of the year although far
off his winning :48.8 in the 1952
meet.
Also qualifying in the 440, Mich-
igan's Grant Scruggs, boxed in and
running fifth in his heat, broke
out of the box in the stretch and
put on a burst of speed to reach
today's finals.
Illinois placed three men each
in the 60-yard dash, the 70-yard
low hurdles, and the half mile, and
two men each in the 70-yard high
hurdles and the broad sjump to
rate the role of slight favorite.
60-yard dash: Carl, Wis; Nash,
Minn.; Kurty, NW; DeMoss, Ill.; Wat-
son, Ind.; Corley, Ill.; Coates, Mich.;
Williams, MSC; Vallortigara, Mich.;
Williams, Ill.; Goodhart, OSU; Hen-
ard, Ia. Best time: :06.3 by vallorti-
gara and Carl.
70-yard high hurdles: McNulty, Ill.;
Hughes, Pur.; Corbelli, MSC; Love,
Mich.; Bruner, Mich; Thomas, Ill.;
Gillis, MSC; Lezotte, OSU. Best time:
:08.5 by Bruner.
70-yard low hurdles: Bruner, Mich.;
Williams, Ill.; Hughes, Pur.; Corley,
Ill.; McNulty, Ill.; Gillis, MSC. Best
time: :08.0 by Bruner and Corley.
440-yard run: Carroll, Mich.; Ebert,
Ia.; Burnett, OSU; Youtsey, Pur.; .
Scott, Ia.; Scruggs, Mich. Best time:
:49.6 by Carroll.
880-yard run: Ross, Mich.; May-
nard, Ill.; Monfore, Wis.; Jarrett,
MSC; Wheeler, Ia.; Jewsbury, Ill.;
Siders, Ill.; Cook, MSC: Dooley, Mich.
Best time: 1:53.9 by Ross.
Broadjump: Kurtz, NW; Floyd, Ill;
Henard, Ia.; Hiller, Ill.; Jackson, Ind.;
Oleva, MSC. Best distance: 23-3Y$ by
Kurtz.

house, a standout ball player for
the past two seasons led the Spar-
tans in scoring last year with 236
points.
Defensive star Bob Armstrong
is Newell's choice for the center
position. The 6-8 sophomore
from Holland, held the Wolver-
ines leading scorer, center Paul
Groffsky, to nine points in the
earlier game, and recently held
Wisconsin's top scoring threat,
Paul Morrow, to six markers.
Rounding out the Spartan start-
ing five are two short guards,
Ricky Ayala and Dick Wesling.
Ayala stands a mere 5-5 while his
running mate is a little better'
than five inches taller.
Hockey --
(Continued from Page 1)
He recovered consciousness in
the dressing room and may be able
to play in tonight's ice match.
* * * ,
THE WOLVERINES wasted no
time breaking out in front, as
Cooney fired home the initial goalj
at 1:57 of the first period. He scor-
ed on a fifteen footer that caught
the lower right hand corner of the
net.
Chin put Michigan ahead 2-0
at 14:24 when he grabbed a de-
flected shot off the stick of Doug
Mullen at the goal crease and
placed it behind Tech goalie,
Harry Taylor. Martinson scored
the final goal of the period on a
25 footer that carommed in off
Taylor's skate.
After Philpott batted in a roll-
ing shot by John Matchefts for,
the fourth Wolverine goal early in.
the second period, Michigan Tech
put on its only serious bid of the
game.
* * *
THE ENGINEERS scored two
goals within four minutes to close
the gap at 4-2. However, this was
the last threat and with the ex-
ception of one shot late in the
final period, Bill Lucier, substi-
tuting for injured Willard Ikola
quelled all remaining Tech drives.
* * *
STATISTICS
FIRST PERIOD: Goals -1-Michigan,
Cooney (Chin-Mullen) 1:57; 2-Mich-
igan, Chin (Cooney-Mullen) 14:24;
3-Michigan, Martinson (Unassisted)
17:23. Penalties - Michigan: Mat-
chefts (tripping). Michigan Tech:
McGinn (holding).
SECOND PERIOD: Goals-4-Michigan,
Philpott (Matchefts) 1:07; 5-Michi-
gan Tech, Puro (Unassisted) 2:10;
6-Michigan Tech, Rautiola (De-
Mastiani) 6:50; 7-Michigan, Cooney
(Chin) 9:11; 8-Michigan, Chin (Un-
assisted) 19:18. Penalties: Michigan:
Martinson (tripping).
THIRD PERIOD: 9-Michigan, Mas-
carin (Dunn) :13; 10-Michigan,
Philpott (Unassisted) 10:42; 11-
Michigan Tech, DeBastiani (Net-
tel) 16:20. Penalties-Michigan: Coo-
ney (roughing), Dunn - (cross-
check) Michigan Tech: Monahan
(tripping), Rautiola (charging and.
roughing).

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