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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1953

--Daily-Don Campbell

IT WAS ALMOST THE ROSEBOWL IN '52

M'Award
Winners
(Continued from Page 1)
'54BAd; Thomas Rankin, '53Ed;
Jack Rose, '52Ed John Ross, '54;
John Vallortigara, '55.
* * *
Swimming
Thomas Benner, '55E; Thomas
B. Case, '54BAd; John Chase Jr.,
'54; Peter Dow, '55; James Ford,
'56E; Edward Furdak, '55E; Ron-
ald Gora, '55Ed; Donald Hill,
'54BAd.
Milton Hurd, '54A; Wallace Jef-
fries, '53; Burwell Jones, '55;
Wayne Leengran, '53BAd; Glen-
wood Miller, '55; John Ries, '53NR;
James Walters, '55E; Barrett Way-
burn, '54BAd.
Wrestling
Joseph Atkins, '55E; Jack Gal-
lon, '55L; Harold Holt, '54E; An-
drew Kaul, '55; Miles Lee, '54;
Norvard Nalan, '54Ed; Richard
O'Shaughnessy, '54Ed; Bronson
Rumsey Jr., '54BAd; Joseph Scan-
dura, '53Ed.
Tennis
(These are 1952's 'M' winners
since this year's winners have not
yet been announced.)
Eugene Barrack, '53; Stephen
Bromberg, '54L; James Holtz, '53;
Alexander Mann, '55; Michael
Schwartz, '52; James Stephens,
'54BAd; John Webb, '53BAd.
Golf
(These are 1952's 'M' winners
since this year's winners have not
yet been announced.)
Richard Evans, '53BAd; John
Fraser, '52; Russell Johnson, '54;
Lowell LeClair, '53Ed; Dean Lind,
'52E; Hugh Wright, '53.
Gymnastics
Franklin Adams, '55E; James
Barbero, '56Ed; Richard Bergman,
'54E; John Eckle, '55; Donald
Hurst, '53Ed; Marvin Johnson,
'54Ed.
Engineering
Council
Peter Lardner, '53E, chairman;
Howard Nemerovsky, '54E; Fred-
erick Waltz, '54E; Norman Thal,
'54E; John Munn, '54E; Robert
Ely, '54E; Robert Erf, '53E; Bern-
hardt Pederson, '53E; ITawfiq
Khoury, '54E.
Business
Council1
Richard Thompson '53BAd;
Ester Ham, '53BAd; Donald Mc-
Ewen, '53BAd; Patricia Kreuser,
'53BAd; Martha Seger, '54BAd;
William Marcou, '53BAd; Edward
Leutheuser, '53BAd; John Metz-
ger '53BAd; Ester Hawkins,
'53BAd; Forrest Ferguson, '53BAd.
Triangles
Richard Balzhiser, '54E; Donald
Bennett, '54E; Richard Curry,
'54E; Robert Ely, '54E; William
Fisher, '54E; Richard Huff, '54E;
Edward Kress, '54E; Lawrence
Mack, '54E; Richard Manchee,
'54E; Roger Maugh, '54E; John

Munn, '54E; Howard Nemerovski,
'54E; Stephen Qua, '54E; Thomas
Propson, '54E; Frederick Waltz,
'54E.

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UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT HARLAN HATCHER NOW HEADS AN INSTITUTION THAT LOOKED LIKE THIS IN 1865.

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--Daily-Don Campbell
YOST AWARD WINNERS-Fifteen athletes repr esenting a cross section of sports at the University
were recipients of the Yost Honor Award for the p ast year. Standing from left to right are Ron Mar-
tinson, Thad Stanford, Ben Pederson, George Dut ter, Roger Maugh, John Chase and Robert Timm.
Seated are Milt Mead, Wally Jeffries, Don Hurst, Mrs. Fielding Yost, who presented the awards, Miles
Lee and Dave Tinkham. Missing from the picture were Richard Balzhiser, Wayne Melchiori and
Joseph Scandura.
s'U S * * s Y *
'U' Sports Round off Successful Year

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The sports year of 1952-53 has
been one of hard-earned victories,
pleasant surprises and some sad
disappointments for Michigan ath-
letic teams.
While the Wolverine hockey
team annexed its second straight
NCAA crown, and the Maize and
Blue wrestlers won the Big Ten
Championship, Michigan's once
mighty football team was-defeated
by Ohio State on the last weekend
of the season, and was thus de-
prived of the conference crown
and a trip to the Rose Bowl.
WOLVERINE puckmen defeated
Boston University's hockey team,
14-3, in the semi-finals and then
turned back the Gophers of Min-
nesota in the show-down clash,
7-3, in the finals at Colorado
Springs.
Michigan wrestlers climaxed a
succesful campaign in which
they won the Big Ten champion-
ship by placing two men in high
positions in the NCAA tourna-
ment.
"Snip" Nalon won the national
title in the 130-pound class while
Dick O'Shaughnessy, captain-elect
of next fall's football squad, reach-
ed the semis of the 177-pound di-
vision.
The big disappointment for Mi-
chigan fans was undoubtedly the
letdown of the Maize and Blue
gridders at Columbus, Ohio. After
a shaky start in September, the
Wolverine eleven gained momen-
tum' and climaxed an uphill fight
by defeating a highly rated Purdue
squad, 21-10, to place the team at
the doorstep of the Rose Bowl.
HOWEVER THE Buckeye s
promptly locked the door as they
set back the Wolverine hopefuls,

Michigan enthusiasts was thef
failure of the basketball squad
to improve its ninth place fin-
ish of 1951-52.
Bill Perigo, starting his first
year as Wolverine basketball
coach, introduced to Michigan
fans a new fast-break style of
cage play. The race-horse attack
began in high gear as the Michigan
hoopsters were victorious in their
first two contests.
However, the lack of experience
soon showed itself and once again
the Wolverine squad had to take a
back seat to such Big Ten powers
as Indiana, Illinois, and Minne-
sota.
Although the fast break style
of play did not result in many
first-year victories, the new type
of Michigan basketball will pro-
bably be developed into an at-
tack that will return the Maize
and Blue once again to a con-
tending role among Big Ten cage
powers.
On the brighter side of the Mi-
chigan sports scene was the show-
ing of Matt Mann's swimmers.
Finishing just behind Ohio State's
powerful crew, the Wolverines
notched a second place finish in
the Big Ten meet at Iowa City.
Led by Don Hill and Burwell
"Bumpy" Jones, the Michigan na-
tators went on to take third place
Order Of
TheCoif
William Bain, '53L; William
Beringer, '53L; Robert Blati, L;
Alfred Blumrosen, '53L; Frank
Bowen, L; George Burbach, '53L;
James Callison, '53L; William Da-
venport, '53L; Walter Flickinger,
'53L; Carles Gibson, '53L.
Edward Goldstein, '53L; Orin
Hambro, '53L; John Hanck, L;
Robert Hames, L; Richard Matsch,
'53L; George Miller, '53L; Stewart
Newblatt, L; Duncan Noble, L;
Bernard Petrie, L; Thomas Roach,
L.
Rowden, '53L; David Rowlinson,
L; Robert Russell, '53L; John
Slavens, '53L; John Spindler, '53L;
Arthur Stashower, '53L; James
Taylor, '53L.
Mimes

in the NCAA Championships,
winding up behind the perennially
strong Yale squad and the Buck-
eyes again.
IN TRACK, the Wolverines,
though possesing one of the top
three teams in the nation, rate
only second best in the Big Ten.
Don Canham's Maize and Blue
tracksters would stand alone in
the conference were it not for the
powerful Illinois squad.
The Wolverine cindermen,
finished behind the Illini in the
i n d o o r championships last
March and are rated a slight un-
derdog in the outdoor conference
meet coming up next week-end.
The prediction is based on the
results of the Illinois-Michigan du-
al meet held in Ann Arbor a couple
of weeks ago when the Orange and
Blue of Illinois out-performed Mi-
chigan, the Penn Relays Champ-
ion, by a 79%-52/3 score.
With most of the spring sports
winding up activity for the season
this week, there is a definite pos-
sibility that one or two more con-
ference crowns will return to Ann
Arbor. Michigan's golf squad, un-
der Coach Bert Katzenmeyer, has
dropped only one conference dual
meet this season out of a dozen
played.
Michigan netters walked off the
tennis courts with seven straight
victories before being defeated for
the first time by Michigan State.
The Wolverines will have a
chance to grab the conference titl(@
this weekend when they journey to
Northwestern for the champion.
ship tournament.
Men's
Glee Club
OFFICERS
Carleton Hedner, '53, President
Roy Wilson, '53Ed,
Vice-President
David Calahan, '53BAd,
Business Manager
Frederick Sparrow, '53,
Publicity Manager

STUDENTS GO TO CLASSES ON A CAMPUS DOTTED WITH BUILDINGS OLD AND NEW WIDELY VARYING IN ARCHITEC-
TURAL STYLE.

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27-7.
Another disappointment

Arnold Air
I Society
OFFICERS
Richard Balzhiser, '54E, Com-
manding Officer; Joseph Yope,
'54E, Executive Officer; Clifford
Mitts, 54, Operations Officer; Ed-
ward Leland, '54, Adjutant; Jo-
seph Venneri, '54E, Comptroller.
* * .
James Balog, '54 BAd; Winfield
Bauman, '53 BAd; Keith Beers,
Grad; Austin Bird, '54E; Van
Bruner, Jr., '53A; William Burke,
'53 BAd; Norman Canty, '54;
Constantine Caualaris, '54.
Chris Christ, '54L; James
Cook, '54E; Charles Dawson, '54;
John Degnan, '53 BAd; Patrick
DiBartalomeo, '54A; William
Fisher, '54E; John Fortenberry,
'54; William Gay, '53; Angelo
Giovagnoli, '54E; Jack Good, '54.
John Gray, '53 BAd; Michael
Gural, '54E; Virgil Hasgart; John
Haney, grad; James Holmes, '55P;
Willard Ikola, '54 Ed; Leighton
Kon, '53; Leonard Kujawa, '54
BAd; Carl Lindow, '54E; Niels
Lou, '54A.
Gerald Martas, '53E; Donn
Miller, 154L; John Munn, '54E;

IN THE FALL SEMESTER, KING FOOTBALL REIGNS, AS MORE THAN HALF A MILLION FANS PACK THE STADIUM FOR
SIX HOME GAMES.

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ich igan
Technic
EDITORIAL STAFF
Richard Curry, '54E,
Editor-in-Chief
Lawrence Mack, '54E,
Managing Editor
Kingsley Joneson, '54E,
Associate Editor
Peter Appedu, '54E,
Business Editor

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I Druids
OFFICERS
Ted Bohuszewicz, '53A,

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