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SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1953

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Michigan Meets

Minnesota in NCAA Hockey.

Final

RETURN TO ACTION:
Cindermen Race Tonight
In Milwaukee Invitational.

* *

Hat Trick by Martinson
Paces Lopsided Triumph

* *

FRESHMEN, RESERVES HONORED:
Varsity Letters Awarded
To Swimmers, Gymnasts

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h Looking for a comeback after
st weekend, Wolverine cinder-
en will compete in the invita-
onal Milwaukee Journal Relays
at' Milwaukee tonight.
Coach Don Canhamn is 'taking
several men to try for gold wrist-
watches against top squads from
Big Ten and Eastern schools.
VAN BRUNER, second in the
75-yard high hurdles behind Joel
McNulty, of Illinois in last week's
Western Conference meet, will
duel with McNulty again in both
the 50-yard highs and lows.
Bill Hickman will race against
Illini Stacey Siders and Ted
Wheeler of Iowa in the 1000-
yard run. He is competing un-
attached for the Wolverines,
since his eligibility ran out last
semester. Hickman ran the two-
mile and was on the two-mile
relay team last year.
Michigan's crack mile relay
team, composed of Dan Hickman,
Bill Barton, Al Rankin and Jack
Carroll, will match strides with
teams from Pittsburgh and Iowa
Any freshmen out for the
track team, and any who are
interested, please report to Yost
Field House today at 2 p.m.
-Fglmer Swanson
in its heat. Michigan came in first
in the Big Ten mile relay last
weekend, while Iowa was second.
..George Lynch, John Ross, Roy
Christiansen and John Moule
of the two-mile relay team will
also be trying for gold watches
against squads from Illinois,
Michigan State, Ohio State, In-
diana and Purdue.
To complete the roster of events,
jack Carroll races in the 600 and
Ron Wallingford, unattached, in
the two-mile run. Wallingford is a
freshman at the University, and
will be up against such men as
Hoosier Jack Wellman and Gene'
Matthews of Purdue, second and
third in the conference indoor
meet, respectively.
The classy mile field includes
Don Gehrmann, one-time king of
American Milers, Fred Wilt, Lt.
Warren Druetzler, Len Truex and
Lawton Lamp.
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watch the third annual games in
the Milwaukee Arena.
Gehrmann, said he will stake
his entire foot racing future on
his showing in the feature mile.
"If I win, I'll keep on running,
but I must win," said the former
University of Wisconsin act. "If
I'm beaten, I'm going to give it
up.-
Gehrmann, who ruled the mile
on the indoor circuit last winter,
has had an unhappy time this
year. He has failed to win in six
races.
* * *

RON MARTINSON
. . . scores hat trick

" I

Outdoor Meet, Olympic Tryouts
Remain Big Hurdles for Bruner

(Continued from Page 1)
Mullen netted his second tal-
ly of the evening at 15:13 of the
session and was quickly followed
by a goal from the stick of Pat
Cooney at 15:44. In the final
three minutes of the game Mar-
tinson scored two more goals,
his last coming with three
seconds remaining, McClellan
notched his first goal of the long
campaign, and Michigan broke
the old scoring record of 13
goals.
As the score indicates, the Wol-
verine pucksters were in complete
command from start to finish.
Practically every Michigan goal
was scored from a power play
right in front of the Terrier goal.
* * *
THE BOSTON netminders had
their hands full in keeping even
more goals out of the net. In ad-
dition to the 14 that got by, 30
other shots were turned away. In
the Michigan nets, Ikola handled
21 saves in the two and a half
periods he played, while Lucier
turned back the rubber disk on
three other occasions.
The victory over Boston Uni-
versity pits the Wolverines
against the Gophers of Minne-
sota, who defeated Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute 3-2 on
Thursday night, in the final
clash here at Broadmoor Ice
Palace tonight.
The Gophers, who finished in a
first place tie with the Michigan
sextet in the MCHL, have faced
the Wolverines on four occasions
this season. In three of the four

meetings,
came out
score.

By DIANE MOWREY
Van Bruner, Wolverine hurdler,
wants to help pilot Michigan to a
Big Ten outdoor championship
this year, and after that he has
set his sights on snagging a
berth on the '56 U.S. Olympic
team.
Last year the "leapfrog" ran
fourth in the 110-meter high hur-
dles in the NCAA meet, coming
in behind Jack Davis, Val Joe
Walker, and Bob Mathias. This
qualified him for the Olympic tri-
als, in which he ended up eighth.
Bruner came to Michigan with
a half-hearted hope of becoming
a high jumper, but Coach Don
Canham soon decided that he was
cut out to be a high hurdler.
The fleet-footed hurdler went on
to establish freshman indoor rec-
ords for the 65-yard high and low
hurdles, :08.4 and :07.8, respec-
tively.
Heygives Canham and assistant
track coach Elmer Swanson all
the credit for bringing him down
from a time of :16 flat in the 120-
yard high hurdles to where he is
now, around 14 seconds. Harrison
Dillard's :13.5 stands as the world
record for this race.
Bruner started out his sophomo-
more year at the University right
behind Don Hoover, leading Mich-
igan and Conference hurdler for
1951.
He came in an unexpected third
in the indoor conference high hur-
dles run for that year. Then he
caught pneumonia in the spring
and was ruined for any outdoor
work.
That summer Bruner stayed in
Ann Arbor to work. He also prac-
ticed on 100-yard dashes on week-
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the Minnesota crew
on the long end of the

ends. Behind him was the driving
force to make the Olympics, and
when fall came along, so did the
hurdler.
He proceeded -to set up the
American indoor record of :07.9
in the 65-yard high hurdles, and
tie the American record for the
65-yard lows, :07.4.
In the Milwaukee Journal Re-
lays he set a record of :06.3 for
the 50-yard high hurdles, later in
the season became co-holder with
Dillard for the Canadian Provin-
cial record of :06.3 for the 50-yard
highs.
In the 1951-52 outdoor season,
the 6, 2 inch hurdler tied the Mich-
igan State AAU record in the 120-
yard high hurdles at :14.5.

One Down
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michi-
gan, Chin (Philpott) 3:12; 2 -
Michigan, Martinson, (Shave)
4:19. 3 - Michigan, Matchefts
(unassisted) 4:42; 4-Michigan,
Mascarin (Martinson) 7:51; 5-
Michigan, Mullen (Chin, Coo-
ney) 13.43.
Penalties -Michigan: Mar-
tinson (holding), Matchefts
(playing with broken stick);
BU: Rousseau (charging), Za-
netti (high stick).
SECOND PERIOD: 6-Mich-
igan, Dunn (unassisted) 4:03;
7 - Michigan, Dunn (McClel-
lan) 4:16; 8 -- Michigan, Chin
(McClellan, Philpott) 11:00.
Penalties - Michigan: Mc-
Clellan (holding), Philpott (il-
legal check); BU: Mills (inter-
ference.)
THIRD PERIOD: 9-- Mich-
igan, Philpott (Matchefts) 2:32;
10 - BU, Rodenhiser (Den-
ning) 9:01; 11 - BU, Zanetti
(Whelan) 14:57; 12 - Michi-
gan, Mullen (Cooney, Chin)
15:13; 13 - Michigan, Cooney
(Chin, Mullen) 15:44; 14 -
Michigan, Martinson (unassist-
ed) 17:03; 15-Michigan, Mc-
Clellan (Mullen) 19:36; 16 -
Michigan, Martinson (unassist-
ed) 19:57;
Penalties -Michigan: Dunn,
2 illegal check, interference);
BU: Kelly (interference).

GEORGE CHIN
. two early goals

Wolverine Divers Look Ahead
To NCAA Swimming Tourney
By CORKY SMITH Sophomore Hurd is the num-
Michigan's diving team, com- ber two diver on the team. He
posed of Jim Walters, Bud Hurd, was discovered by Coach Matt
and Andy White, is pointing for Mann who coached a team of
the NCAA Swimming Champion- servicemen in Europe during the
ships to be held at Columbus on war. One of the soldiers on
March 27-28. Mann's squad was Hurd.
Walters, who hails from Kenil-
worth, Illinois, has earned six first In competition this year, Hur
places and two second places in has to his credit one first and fou
dual meets to pace the divers this seconds, even though Art Schoc
year. He copped third in the three- classes make it necessar for hi
meter diving event in the Big Ten to practice at night.
Meet at Iowa City and came home * * *
fifth in the one meter event. HE IS EQUALLY adept on botl
* * * the high and low boards, winnin
WHEN WALTERS went out for the Michigan AAU diving title or
his high school team, things were the high board while still in hig:
not looking so rosy. His high school school, and the Detroit low boar
coach told him that he had no un- low board crown at the same time
usual swimming talent, so Walters White, a junior in music
promptly changed to diving, school,rounds out the diving
He responded by perfecting three-some. His biggest accom-
his diving well enough to win the plishment this season was a
Illinois State Meet diving hon- third in the Minnesota meet be-
ors on the low board in his Sun- hind Hurd.
for and senior years, and the
State AAU diving title on the In meets the one-meter lo'
State bAr d vin ti e one board (a distance of three fee
low board in his senior year. from the water), and the three
In 1951 and 1952 he took first meter high board (11 feet from
place in the Michigan State AAU the water) are used.
meet for his high board feat. There are five standard dives
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one of which is picked by th
ONE OF WALTERS' biggest judges to be the required dive fo
achievements this season was out- that meet. The list includes th
diving Ohio State's Morley Sha- front, back, half gainer, back jac
piro to finish second behind OSU's knife and half twist dives. In ad
Bob Clotworthy. In preparation dition, the diver executes si
for the NCAA meet, Walters is now other dives of his own choice,
practicing twice a day, two hours Each dive is rated don a 1 to 1
in the afternoon and two more in scoring basis. The execution of th
the evenings.n t iffi t i

Swimming Coach Matt Mann'
yesterday announced the follow-
ing letter winners:
Thomas Benner, Thomas Case,'
John Chase, Peter Dow, James
Ford, Ed Furdak, Ron Gora, Don
Hill, Milt Hurd, Wallace Jeffries,j
Burwell Jones, Wayne Leengran,
Glen Miller, John Riese, James*
Walters and Barry Wayburn.
* * * *
MANN ALSO awarded John
Bullock, Robert Marans, Don Pot-
ter, and Gibson White reserve
numerals.
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Alex Babin, Thomas Bolter,
John Calvin, John Delaney, Rob-
ert Jones, Christian Keller, Rob-
ert Knox, James Kruthers, John
Lewy, James McCullough and
Neil O'Keefe.
The freshman list continues
with John O'Reilly, Tom Palmer,
Ronald Sharpe, Howard Siegal,
Peter Solar, James Stewart, Law-
rason Thomas, John Wardrop and
Robert Wardrop.
* * *
GYMNASTICS Coach Newt Lo-
ken named the following men to
M' awards:
Frank Adams, James Barbaro,
Richard Bergman, John Eckel,
Don Hurst, and Marvin Johnson.
A reserve gymnastic award went
to William Winkler, while Joseph
Burke, Norman Niedermeier and
Anthony San Antonio gained
freshman numerals.
All letter winners should re-
port to the Equipment Room
in Yost Field House to be
measured for sweaters.
-sHank Hatch
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GRAPEFRUIT GLEANINGS:

Red Sox Youngsters Claw Tigers, 6-3

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By The Associated Press i
SARASOTA, Fla.-The Boston'
Red Sox rolled up their third
straight grapefruit league victory
by whipping the Detroit Tigers,
6-3, before 2,304 fans yesterday.
Although manager Lou Boudreau
rested most of the Boston regu-
lars, his youngsters slugged 11
hits and coasted behind the ade-
quate pitching of Bill Henry, Ike
DeLock and Bill Werle.
AFTER getting off to a brave
start with four exhibition victor-
ies in a row, the Tigers now have
dropped two straight games. The
New York Yankees shut them out
5-0 Thursday..
Like the Yankees, the Red
Sox made their hits count. The
Red Sox got two runs off Dick
Marlow and four more off Ted
Kapuscinski.
* * *
WHITE SOX 11, INDIANS 4
TUCSON, Ariz. - Chicago's
White Sox, getting tight pitching

from veteran Tommy Byrne and
rookie Bob Keegan, whaled the
Cleveland Indians, 11-4, yesterday
in an exhibition before 1,855.
In all, Cleveland got four hits,
and three were homers by Jim
Lemon, Harry Simpson and Al
Rosen.
* *
WASHINGTON 3, PHILS 2
ORLANDO, Fla.-Wayne Ter-
williger's single with two out in
the eighth inning scored Ken
Wood from second base to give the
Washington Senators a 3-2 vic-
tory over the Philadelphia Phil-
lies yesterday.
The defeat was the seventh
straight of the exhibition season
for the winless Phillies.
* * *
CUBS 4, GIANTS 3
MESA, Arizona - The Chicago
Cubs scored all their runs in one
big third inning rally at the ex-
pense of rookie right hander Mario

Picone to defeat the. New York
Giants, 4-3.
Pinch - hitter Paul Schramka
opened the third for the Cubs with
a home run over the right field
fence. Two singles and a walk
filled the bases. Then with two
out, Bill Serena doubled off the
fence in right center to chase
across the other three runs.
LATE SCORES
St. Louis 1, Cincinnati 0
Brooklyn 5, New York Yankees 4

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sidered by the judge when he rates
each dive, which has a difficulty
rating ranging from 1.1 to 2.7.
The judges' rating for each dive
is multiplied by the rate of dif-
ficulty and the total points for the
seven dives makes the diver's total
score.

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BULLETIN
CHICAGO - P) - Big Ten
champion Indiana, the nation's
No. 1 team, outlasted De Paul
82-80 after Notre Dame spurted
to whip Ivy League titlist Penn-
sylvania 69-57 in the NCAA
eastern basketball playoffs be-
fore 15,984 at the Chicago sta-
dium.
* *; *
CHICAGO- (P) -Notre Dame
shook free in the final five minutes
for a 69-57 victory over Ivy League
champion Pennsylvania in last
night's opening round of the

NCAA eastern regional basketball
tourney at the Chicago Stadium.
Despite a heroic 25-point per-
formance by Ernie Beck, Penn-
sylvania's All-America center,
Notre Dame made the game a run-
away in the final five minutes.
It was a sizzling game until
Notre Dame's closing surge with
the lead changing hands 13 times
* * *
NCAA REGIONAL BASKETBALL
Holy Cross 79, Wake Forest 71
Oklahoma A&M 71, TCU 54
LSU 89, Lebanon Valley 76

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