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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1953

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Buckeyes Total 102 Points;
Michigan Captures Second

EXHIBITION ROUNDUP:
Tigers Take Opener
From Phils in Tenth

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C H A M P T E A C H E R - World featherweight champion
Sandy Saddler helps Sgt. Bob Rickman of Brady, Tex., select box-
ing gloves at Wuerzburg, Germany, where Saddler is GI's trainer.

IN A .W O R L D OF HIS OWN -This youngster,
after borrowing from a "Bookmobile" at Sabana Llana, P. R., loses
no time in starting to read as he prods his horse for return journey
to his hill home inaccessible to the traveling library.

E G Y P T'S 'S T R O4N G M A N'-Gen. Mohamed Naguib,
Egypt's Premier and military boss, tries out dumbbell of portly
ex-King Farouk during visit to Cairo's Koubbeh Palace. C

CLEANING UP FOR CHAR I T Y-. Worker brings
up shovel full of coins as famous Trevi Fountain in Rome under-
goes cleaning. Romans and tourists toss coins into fountain for
"good luck" and money recovered is donated to charities.

By DICK SEWELL
Associate Sports Editor
Special to The Daily
IOWA CITY-Ohio State Uni-
versity's power-packed swimming
squad walked off with its fifth
consecutive Western Conference
title here yesterday afternoon
without the services of ace free-
styler Ford Konno.
Scoring points in every event
except the individual medley. The
Bucks finished the three-day meet
with a total of 102 points. Second
place Michigan wound up with 68
markers.
* * *
OTHER TEAMS finished with
the following totals: Michigan
State 48, Iowa 35, Northwestern
30, Purdue 22, Wisconsin 18, Il-
linois 10, Minnesota 6, and In-
diana 5.
Konno, who won the 1500S-
meters battle Thursday night
and placed second in the 220-
yard free style Friday, picked up
a case of the mumps and was
placed in confinement in the
University of Iowa hospital. The
same malady sidelined Konno's
roommate Dick Cleveland a week
ago.
Teammate Rocco Cirigliano took
up some of the slack by placing
second to MSC's Bert McClach-
lan in the 440-yard free style. The
scratched Konno was last year's.
winner in this event.
IN THE FIRST race of yester-
day's final session, Ohio's Yoshi
Oyakawa, who is in a class by
himself in the back stroke events,
coolly pulled his way to the 100-
yard back stroke title in 57.8, a
new Iowa pool record. In doing
so he became the first double win-
ner of the meet, having copped
the 200-yard laurels Friday night.
Picking up a yard every length,
the fleet Hawaiian steamed into
the finish better than four yards
ahead of second place Fred
Bautz of Purdue.
John Chase of Michigan finish-
ed sixth in the time of 1:02.9.
Michigan State's John Du-
deck pulled the biggest upset of
the day in beating Buckeye Jer-
ry Holan by a good two yards in
the 100-yard breaststroke final.
The winning time was 1.01.1,
also a new Iowa pool record.
The surprising Dudeck led the
pack into the first turn, and slow-
ly pulled further ahead in the last
three lengths. Holan, the ex-Big
Ten champion in this event, was
forced to come from behind to take
second place away from Illini Bob
Clemons.
Wolverine breast stroker Glen-
wood Miller was eliminated in the
morning preliminary heats.
* * *
STREAMLINED Keith Peterson
of Northwestern. Friday's winner
of the 50-yard free style, picked
up his second gold medal in the
100-yard free style, beating Olym-
pic swimmer Cleveland to the fin-
ish by less than a yard.
The Wildcat captain led from
start to finish, and covered the
distance in the comparatively
slow time of 51.5 seconds.
Ron Gora picked up a third for
the Maize and Blue, and Don Hill
added two points to the Wolver-
ine total with his somewhat dis-
appointing fifth. Fourth place fin-
isher Frank Pisacreta of Indiana
was clocked in 51.9, two tenths of
a second better than Gora's 52.1,
but the judges' decision gave the
Michigander third. Hill's time was

also given as 52.1.
SPARTAN captain McLachlan
won the 440-yard free style hands
down, hitting the finish tape al-
most half a length ahead of Cirig-
liano of Ohio State and Dave An-
derson of Minnesota who finish-
ed second and third.
Captain Wally Jeffries of Mich-
igan placed for the third time in
the meet, this time picking up a
fifth. His scorching stretch drive
carried him within a razor's edge
of Iowa's Ross Lucas who finished
fourth. Both were timed in 4:52.4.
As usual, it was all Bumpy
Jone in the 150-vard individual

the Ob1o-dominated fancy diving
monoply by placing third in yes-
terday's three-meter board finals.
Ohio's low-board winner Bob-
by Clotworthy twisted and som-
ersaulted his way to the three-
meter championship despite a
bad miss on his next-to-last dive.
His total of 485 plus points was
nearly fifteen better than com-
panion Jerry Harrison of Ohio
State who posted 470.55. The
third member of the Buckeye
diving triumvirate, Morley Sha-
piro, finished a lowly sixth.
The final event of the meet, the
300-yard medley relay, went to
Ohio State. Swimming for Ohio
were Oyakawa, Holan, and Nicky
Silverio.
Michigan's entry of Chase,
Jones, and Tom Benner finished
third behind Wisconsin. A last
minute spurt by Benner narrowly
missed beating the Badger anchor
man.
SUMMARIES
100-Yard Back Stroke: 1 Oyakawa,
Ohio State. 2 Bautz, Purdue. 3 Weber,
Iowa. 4 Hoaglund, Wisconsin. 5 Kiv-
land, N.U. 6 Chase, Mich. Time :57.8.
100-Yard Breast Stroke: 1 Dudeck,
Michigan State. 2 Ilolan, Ohio State.
3 Clenmons, Illinois. 4 Lougee, Wis-
consin, 5 Hlynes, Michigan State. 6
Baldwin, Michigan State. Time 1:01.1.
100-YardFree Style: 1nPeterson,
Northwestern. 2 Cleveland, Ohio
State. 3 Gora, Michigan. 4 Pisacreta,
Indiana. 5 Hill, Michigan. 6 Penning-
ton, Iowa. Time :51.5.
440-Yard Freestyle: 1 McLachlan,
Michigan State. 2 Cirgliano, Ohio
State. 3 Anderson, Minnesota. 4 Lii-
cas, Iowa. 5 Jeffries, Mich. 6 Lauter-
bach. Purdue. Time 4:043.9.
150-Yard Individual Medley: 1 Jones,
Michigan. 2 Reynolds, Michigan
State 3 Johnson, Iowa. 4 Edwards,
Purdue. 5 Kuhn, Northwestern. 6 No
sixth place, Wallen, Northwestern
disqualified. Time 1:31.4. (New pool
record).
Three-meter diving: 7 Clotworthy,
Ohio State. 485.10. 2 Harrison, Ohio
State 470.55. 3 Walters, Michigan
442.00. 4 Coyne, Michigan State 427.65.
5 Broeder, Iowa 420.60. 6 Shapiro,
Ohio State 418.60.
300-Yard Medley Relay: 1 Ohio
State, (Oyakawa, Holan, Silverio.) 2
Wisconsin. 3 Michigan. 4 Purdue. 5
Iowar 6 Illinois. Time 2:52.3. (New
pool record)
* * *
FINAL TEAM STANDINGS
Ohio State 102, Micighan 68, Michi-
gan State 48, Iowa 35, Northwestern
30, Purdue 22, Wisconsin 18, Illinois
10. Minnesota 6, Indiana 5.

FRED HUTCHINSON
... a brighter outlook

Athletes Deny
ilS C Charges
University of Michigan athletes
said yesterday there is no organi-
zation on the Wolverine campus
that compares with the Spartan
Foundation, the cause of the dis-
ciplinary action taken against
Michigan State by the Big Ten.
In a United Press story, the
athletes, representing all types
of sports, contradicted state-
ments made earlier in the week
by MSC athletes that "organiza-
tions similar to the Spartan
Foundation exist on every Big
Ten campus."
Among more than a score of
athletes interviewed, only one said
he received outright cash and it
was from "alumni friends and the
university knew nothing about it."
Others said they received scholar-.
ships but "they were not purely
athletic and the jobs were not'
soft touches."

By The Associated Press
CLEARWATERs Fla.-Manager
Fred,,Hutchinson's rebuilt Detroit
Tigers made their debut on the
grapefruit exhibition circuit yes-
terday with a 10-inning 6-5 vic-
tory over the Philadelphia Phil-
lies of the National League.

Three home runs and four dou-
ble plays did the trick for the
Tigers,ywho have been training
mightily to get ohit of the Ameri-
can League cellar.
Eddie Kazak's infield single
scored Steve Souchock from third
base in the ninth to pull the Tigers
into a 5-5 tie.
Hal Erickson held the Phils in
the ninth and the game went
into overtime with Jim Kon-
stanty pitching for the National
Leaguers against Paul Foytack,
a recruit righthander.
With the bases empty in the
tenth, Owen Friend hit his second
home run of the day to win for
the Tigers.
Bob Nieman also homered for
the Bengals.
Erickson was credited with the
victory. Konstanty was the losing
pitcher.
* * *
CARDS 6, YANKS 4
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-The
New York Yankees' infield com-
mitted five errors in the fifth inn-
ing yesterday to hand the St.,Louis
Cardinals five runs and 6-4 vic-
tory before 6,920 fans in the grape-
fruit league opener at Al Lang
Field.
Bob Weisler, a rookie left-
hander who is on leave from the
Air Force, was the victim of the
messy inning. The Yanks held
a 2-1 edge when the frame be-
gan with errors by 'third base-
man Kal Segrist and shortstop
Andy Carey.
Wiesler retired the next two bat-
ters but then was tagged fdr suc-
cessive doubles by Jack Faszholz,
the winning pitcher, and second
baseman Solly Hemus. Three more
boots followed.
ATHLETICS 6, SENATORS 2
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-
Veteran Joe Coleman--striving to
make a comeback in the majors-
teamed up with rookies Charley
Bishop and Marion Fricano yes-
terday to turn in a one hitter as
the Philadelphia Athletics downed
Washington, 6-2, in a grapefruit
league opener.
The only Washington hit of
'the game-a line single by Jim
Busby-came off Bishop in the
first inning.
The A's, rated by the experts as
a team to consider in the Ameri-
can League pennant race this year,
put their six runs together on 11
hits off the offerings of Spec
Shea. Bunky Stewart and Walt
Masterson. Shea was charged with
the loss while Bishop was the win-
ner.

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his teammate Grant Scruggs took
third in the same race. Scruggs
placed running on little better
that one foot, carrying through on
sheer guts and determination.
Last week he badly pulled a ten-
don in his leg and it pained him
greatly to walk, let alone run.
The sophomore speedster was
running dead last coming off the
last turn, bul with a driving
finish came up to take third.
George Lynch, who captured the
two mile, ran another fine race for
the Maize and Blue. He content-
ed himself with running third be-
hind Gene Mathews of Purdue and
Hoosier Jack Wellman who had
alternated setting pace. On the
gun lap he moved out and passed
handily to win by ten yards.
FRITZ NILSSON kept his sea-
son long strong of victories in the
shot alive by tossing the 16 pound

ball 53 feet 11 inches, his longest
heave of the season.
Two breaks cut substantially
into the Wolverine point total.
In the semifinals of the 60-yard
dash John Vallortigara pulled a
muscle and was eliminated from
the finals. He was an expected
point winner.
In the finals of the 70-yard low,
hurdles Van Bruner stumbled
while clearing the last hurdle,
smashed into it, and went sprawl-
ing to the cinders as he crossed
the finish line. He barely took
fourth, though he was even with
title holder Williams coming into
the last barrier.
The top .point-scorer for the
Wolverines was Ross, who, along
with taking the mile, pressed rec-
ord-breaker Siders to the hilt in
the half mile, and came in second.
Carroll ran another fine race
in the relay when he received the
baton slightly behind Ben Yout-
sey of Purdue, but overtook him
and won by five yards.

N (ICE) G O I N G F O R " H O M E M A D E' CAR - John Barlass, University of
Minnesota student, drives homemade sports car to victory at Lake Phalen ice race, St. Paul, Minn. The
"special" with a 1932 Ford frame, 1947 Ford engine and 1936 Nash front end, cost $700 to build.

R E T A I.NS TITLE-
Maureen "Little Mo" Connolly,
of San Diego, Cal., won national
women's tennis singles at Forest
Mills, N. Y., in September for
the second straight year.

DODGERS 8, BRAVES 4
MIAMI, FLA.-Stealing seven
bases, five of them in the sixth
inning as they scored six runs, the
Brooklyn Dodgers opened their ex-
hibition campaign by beating the
Boston Braves, 8-4 before a crowd
of 7,520 yesterday.
Clem Labine and Ralph Branca,
both crippled most of last season,
pitched impressively for the Flock.
Each allowed one run withbAabine
giving up five hits in four inn-
ings and Branca three in two.
* * *
REDS 10, RED SOX 4
SARASOTA, FLA.-Cincinnati's
Roy McMillan banged out three
hits as the Reds opened their
grapefruit league campaign with,
a 10-4 victory over a Boston Red
Sox lineup heavily-spotted with
rookies.
The Reds got 11 of their 12
safeties off Rookie Tom Herrin
and veteran National League
lefthander Bill Werele.
Jim Piersall got three of Bos-
ton's nine hits off Ed Erautt and
Clarence Podbielan.
INDIANS 11, GIANTS 6
TUCSON, ARIZ.-The Cleve-
land Indians pounded out 15 hits
to come from behind and defeat
the New York Giants, 11-6, in
their opening cactus league game
of the year yesterday before 6,100,
a new record crowd for Hi Cor-
bett Field.
A three-run rally in the fifth
inning, highlighted by a two-run
single off the bat, of pitcher Dave
Hoskins with the bases loaded,
put the Tribe ahead to stay. In
the seventh inning, outfielder
Harry Simpson connected for a

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Track ,Summaries
ONE MILE RUN-1. Ross, Michigan; 2. Walter, Michigan State; 3. Jewsbury,
Illinois; 4. Kepford, Michigan State; 5. Lambert, Indiana. 4:13.6.
BROAD JUMP-1. Kurtz, Northwestern, 23 feet, 31 inches; 2. Floyd, U1li-
nois, 22-11%; 3. Henard, Iowa, 22-5y; 4. Hiller, Illinois, 22-3%; 5.Jackson,
Indiana, 22-1r1.
60-YARD DASH-1. Williams, Illinois; 2. Corley, Illinois; 3. Nash, Minnesota;
4. Watson, Indiana; 5. Coates, Michigan. :06.4.
POLE VAULT-1-2. Welbourn, Ohio State, and Ehrhart, Northwestern; 13
feet, 4 inches (tie). 3-4. Foster, Illinois, and Cingo, Purdue, 13" feet
(tie); 5. Clark, Indiana, Mulrooney, Wisconsin, Smith, Michigan State,
Maugh, Michigan, Wilking, Wisconsin, and Wallbaum, Minnesota, (tie)
12-6.
440-YARD RUN-1. Carroll, Michigan; 2. Youtsey, Purdue; 3. Scruggs, Mich-
igan; 4. Ebert, Iowa; 5. Burnett, Ohio State. :49.5.
SHOT PUT-i. Nilsson, Michigan, 53 feet, 11 inches 2. Bauer, Illinois, 51-3%,
3. Bergmann, Indiana, 48-73 4. Peters, Wisconsin, 48%Js; 5. Hammond,

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