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DECEMBER 12, 1952+

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

MONO-

DEPTH IN DISTANCES:
Canadians Spark Michigan Cindermen

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Seeon4y in a series of stories deal-
ing with the prospects of the Michi-
gan track team. Toaays story con-
cerns the distance events. Next the
field events.
By ED SMITH
Spearheaded by a quartet of
Canadian harriers, the 1953 edi-
tion of the Wolverine thinclad
squad displays both quantity and
quality in the distance events.
Paced by juniors John Ross and
George Lynch and sophomores,
Geoff Dooley and John Moule, the
Maize and Blue should roll up nu-
merous points in the 880, mile, and
two mile runs.
Ross is rated the big gun among
the conference milers. Last year he
won both the indoor and outdoor
titles, setting a new Big Ten rec-
ord of 4:09.4 indoors.
Running right on his heels will
be Moule. Last season as a fresh-
man he erased Ross' freshman
mark and later improved his own
freshman record running 4:19.6
on the second leg of a Wolverine
fur mile relayrunit that set a new
A*erica~n record.
Depth has been added to the
squad by the return to eligiblity of
veteran Terry Iverson.
Back to threaten the Wolverines
at the eight furlong distance are
two point-getters from last year's
conference meets, Ted Wheeler of
Iowa, 'and John Cook of Michigan
State.
In addition the fighting Illini
have been bolstered by the return
to' action of Walt Jewsbury. Jews-
bury showed great promise two
years ago, placing in the confer-
ence meet before being drafted.
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unattached he showed form that
will make him an important addi-
tion to the squad.
nThree youngsters supply depth
in this event. Al Lubina, George
Jayne, and Bob Hall all could de-
velop into valued assets.
Rich Ferguson of Iowa, last sea-
sons outdoor champ, rules the con-
ference roost in the two mile but
three other point-getters from
last season have returned.
Hoosiers Lowell Zellers and
George Branam, as well as Illi-
nois' Ocie Trimble, will be out to
challenge Hawkeye Ferguson's
supremecy.

Mat CrownWon
By Allen-Rumsey
SAE Takes Fraternity Title; Four
Individual Championships Retained

Diminutive 'Snip' Nalon
Captains 'M' Grapplers

By DAVE BAAD
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the new
Fraternity team wrestling cham-
pion and Allen-Rumsey the new
Residence Halls champion as a re-
sult of victories scored by their
contestants in the Intramural
wrestling finals held last night.

Powerful Big Ten Fives
Unveiled in Early Games

JOHN ROSS
* .. Canadian Ace
Just recently he shed his khaki
for a track suit and he should
prove himself a valued addition to
Leo Johnston's thinclad squad.
In the 880 it looks like the Wol-
verines may have to take aback
seat to the fighting Illini. Both
their top men, Henry Cryer, the
indoor champion, and Stacey Si-
der, the outdoor champion, are
back.
Other competition will be most
likely supplied by Jack Hagen of
Indiana, Dick Jarret of Michigan
State and Ted Wheeler of Iowa.
Coach Don Canham will pin his
hopes of Dooley and Roy Chris-
tiansen, with Ross running the
double when necessary. Last year
Dooley toped Ross's last fresh-
man mark, that of the half mile.
In the two mile the burden of
replacing famed Don McEwen falls
squarely on the strong shoulder of
Lynch. He did not compete as a
Wolverine last season because he
had to wait out a year of ineligi-
bility as a transfer student, but in
numerous appearances running

By WARREN WERTHEIMER
Big Ten teams will be featured
in seven contests, three of them
Conference tilts, before the Christ-
mas vacation begins.
Aside from the two games that
Michigan plays with Iowa and
Illinois on Saturday and Monday
respectively, Iowa and Wisconsin,
who play Monday, will be the only
teams to meet in a clash that
counts in the Conference stand-
ings.
THE HAWKEYES, second place
finishers in the Big Ten last year,
have split even in two contests.
Led by Deacon Davis, the soph-
omore forward who is expected to
take up a lot of the scoring slack
left by the graduation of Chuck
Darling, Iowa outscored Butler,
62-52 in its season opener.
Davis has poured in 37 points
thus far, 21 coming in the first
game. However his contribution
in the second tilt was not enough
to prevent Iowa from going down
to defeat at the hands of Okla-
homa, 63-62.
Coach Bud Foster's Wisconsin

five has started the season in fine
style with victories over Marquette
and Loyola of New Orleans in its
only two games thus far. The
Badgers, a much improved outfit,
breezed by the Hilltoppers, 76-55,
and then took the southern school
by the same 21-point margin,
81-60.
In non-conference contests,
all to be played on Saturdaoy,
Indiana and Ohio State will play
at Kansas ;State and Butler,
while Wabash visits Purdue and
Minnesota is at home against
Nebraska.
Indiana, rated as one of the
stronger teams in the Conference
this season, has already tasted de-
feat. The Hoosiers lost a heart-
breaker to Notre Dame, 71-70. Be-
hind by 15 points at the half,
Indiana made a terrific comeback
and just missed catching the
Irish.
* * *
IN ITS FIRST game of the sea-
son, Indiana rolled over Valparaiso
95-56 as Bob Leanard and Burke
Scott each scored 16.
The Buckeyes of Ohio State
opened the season with a bang
as they upset highly touted St.
Louis, 81-71. Lanky Paul Ebert
found the hoop for 19 markers
while Dean Cook and Merrill
Hatfield, the Buckeye guards
hit for 30 between them as the
men from Columbus won their
only game played so far.
Another squad that figures to be
right up therecomethe end of the
season, the Minnesota Gophers,
has captured its first two games.
Sparked by Chuck Mencel who
has scored 35 points, Minnesota
crushed Bradley, 79-63, and +came
from behind to take Xavier, 76-71.
Purdue will be seeking its first
win of the season when it meets
Wabash.

Jim Bradley, the Sig Eps heavy-
weight contender led his team to
victory by pinning Howard Welch
also from Sigma Alpha Epsilon in
two minutes and 15 seconds. Dick
Young picked up additional points
as runner-up in the 157 pound di-
vision.
HE WAS beaten on points by
Harry Athanson of Phi Delta The-
ta.
Ted Oliver pinned Phil Hunt
of Hayden in 3:10 and John.
Gleason beat Allen Levy of Wen-
ley on the referee's decision to
spark the Allen-Rumsey victory
in the House division.
The fastest victory of the night
was scored by Shel Chambers of
Williams House when he flattened
Dick Donahue of Gomberg in 1:10.
Chambers was the defending
champion in the 147 pound divi-
sion.
Stan Burns of Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon (177), Mike McNerney of Al-
pha Tau Omega (137), and Bob
Shetler of Delta Tau Delta (130)
were the oher successful defend-
ing champions.
Complete IM wrestling results
were:
123-Meyers (Cooley) defeated Wood-
ruff (Hayden) 8-1; Strauss (PLP)
pinned Siegel (SAM) 1:33
130-Oliver (Allan-Rumsey) pinned
Hunt (Hayden) 3:10; Stetler (DTD)
pinned Clark (SC) 3:35
137--Gleason (Allen-Rumsey) defeated
Levy (Wenley) referee's decision.
McNerney (ATO) pinned Sadler (SC)
3:30
147 - Chambers (Williams) pinned
Donahue (Gomberg) 1:10 Stadler
(BTP) defeated Schaupp (DTD) 4-2
157 - Kelleher (Gomberg) defeated
Barnett (Hinsdale) 4-0; Athanson
(PDT) defeated Young (SAE) 3-2
167-Youse (Hinsdale) defeated Mack
(Allan-Rumsey) (forfeit); Heuser
(BTP) pinned Milroy (PSK) 2:22
177-Krause (Hayden) defeated Ma-
loney (Allen-Rumsey) 2-0; Burns
f(SPE) pinned Corbett (PDT) 1:45
Heavyweight-Todoroff (Hinsdale) de-
feated Dunn (Gomberg 3-0; Bradley
(SAE) pinned Welch (SAE) 2:15
I-M RESULTS
SWIMMING
Phi Delta Tau 34, Phi Delta Theta 18
Sigma Nu 36, Theta Chi 21j
Sigma Phi Epsilon 35, Delta Epsilon 19,
Sigma Chi 33, Pi Lambda Phi 24 I
VOLLEYBALL
Political Science 6, Psychology B 0
Turks 4; LSA 0
Hawaiians 4, Foresters3
Phi Chi 4, Alpha Kappa Phi 2
Phi Delta Phi 4, Air Force 2
HANDBALL
MCS defeated Newman Club (forfeit)

NORVARD NALON
... captain "Snip"

Thirty-One Football Reserves

By LAIRD WALLACE
It is said that good things come
in small packages.
Snip Nalon, captain of the 1952-
53 Michigan wrestling team and
holder of the Western Conference
130 poind championship, certain-
ly illustrates this statement.
* * * -
NALON'S MAT prestige was slow
in coming last year as a sopho-
more, but by the end of the sea-
son he had compiled a 5-2 won-
lost record and had fought his way
to the Big Ten Championship in
his division.
When the Wolverines opened
their season against Pittsburgh
last January, "Snip" found him-
self wrestling in the exhibition
matches.
However, in the next match, he

was given the nod by Coach Cliff
Keen to replace injured Larry Nel-
son against Indiana's Harry Ar-~
thur. With a magnificant display
of mat know-how, Nalon picked up
a decisive 12-5 decision over Ar-
thur, thus gaining for hindself a
first-string spot on the Keen
squad.
IN THE WESTERN Conference
Wrestling Tournament, Nalon, a
diminutive package or dynamite,
came through with a couple of
surprise wins over George Molo-
det of Ohio State and Dan Vyskocil
of Northwestern to enter the final
round against Dick Gunner of
Michigan State, who had previous-
ly defeated him= in regular season
play.
In a superb grappling exhi-
bition, in which both grunt-and-
groaners wound up with three
points apiece, "Snip" finally was
declared the victor in a referee's
decision.
This modest little man from Ma-
son City, Iowa, when queried as to
what he thought about the Wol-
verines' chances this year, non-
commitedly declared, "Oh, we
should be in the thick of it if noth-
ing goes wrong."
This will be Nalon's sixth year
of organized wrestling. Besides his
three years of college grapping, he
also performed for three years with
his high school team.

Earn Awards for '52

Season

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Thirty-one Michigan football
squad members have received grid
reserve awards for their work dur-
ing the 1952 season.
Announcement of the gridders
honored was made by Don W. Rob-
inson, assistant' coach, who has
worked with the reserves during
the past season.
* * *
THOSE RECEIVING a w a r d s
were: Melvin Bernia, Detroit;
James Bowman, Charlevoix; Stan-
ley Bowns, Flint; Fred Caffrey,
New York, N.Y.; Gasimir Chom-
icz, Detroit; John Conlin, Ann Ar-
bor; Don Drake, Ann Arbor; Jim
Dutcher, Alpena.
Don Evans, Chagrin Falls,
Ohio; Peri Gaglis, Ann Arbor;
Michael Gregoric, Detroit; Ed-
ward Hickey, Anaconda, Mont.;
Carl Kamhout, Grand Haven;
Ray Kenaga, Sterling, Ill.; Dean
Leith, Ann Arbor; Bob Mulli-
gan; Dearborn.
George Muellich, Bowling Green,
Ohio; Ray Pella, Sudbury, Ont.,
Canada; Don Rahrig, Toledo,
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Spivey Scores 27
AgainstAll-Stars
Seven-foot center Bill Spivey
poured through 27 points last
night as the Detroit Vagabond
Kings cage turned back the
Wolverine All-Stars, 63-50, at
Ypsilanti.
The touring Vagabond five
led all the way, building up a
36-24 advantage at halftime
and going as many as 24 points
ahead midway through the
third period.
A last period spurt sparked
by former Michigan captains
Mack Suprunowicz and Jim
Skala narrowed the gap in the
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