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DAY, JANUARY 11, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE T 1

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PAG I A.E

Votators,

Gymnasts

Capture

Decisive

Victories

aize and Blue Swimmers
lash Northwestern, 62-31.

Visiting Canadians Throttle'
Michigan Hockey Team, 2-1
Guevremont Turns Tables on Wolverines;
Goalie Blocks 38 Shots to Secure Revenge

SPORTS
SCORES

f Special to The Daily
ANSTON -The Michigan
ming squad opened its 1953
n with an impressive 62-31
lest of Northwestern yester-
fternoon in the Patten Gym-
im pool.
,tt Mann's twenty - eighth
3 and Blue tank edition cap-
nine of the ten events,
ng only in the 220-yard free-
to Buddy Wallen of the Wild-
THOUGH THE Purple ab-
d a sound drubbing, several
.e races were hotly contested
rs. Keith Peterson finished in
id heat with Michigan's Don
ai the 50-yard free style sprint,
Wallen lost by an eyelash to
erine captain Wally Jeffries
e 440 freestyle.
orwell "Bumpy" Jones came
te in front in his specialty,
150-yard individual medley
Barry Wayburn took third.
return of Wayburn to the
higan swimming lineup is
happy epilogue to near trag-
tory which began over a
ago when the blond jun-
rom Huntington Woods was
Bally injured in an auto-
lie accident.
Y and months of careful con-
Ing-have reversed their sol-
* * *
E ESTABLISHED Wolverine
.- mers, Jeffries, Wayne Leen-
Hill, John "Sugar" Chase,
Benner and Jimmy Walters
through in their accustomed
;o bulwark the Michigan suc-
stellar performances of sev-
As Expected
ard Medley Relay: 1-Michigan
ase, Jones, Benner); 2-North-
Weru. Time: 3:02.3.
ird Freestyle: 1-Wallen (N), 2-
ries (M), 3-Leengran (M). Time
.2.
rd Freestyle: 1-Hill (M) and
arson (N) tied, 3-Dow (M).
.e: 23.1.
trd Individual Medley: 1-Jones
2-Burdick (N), 3-Wayburn
. Time: 1:34.7.
(3 Meter): 1-Walters (M), 2-
d (M), 3-Golden (N). Points:
S.
ard -Freestyle: 1-Hill (M); 2-
ner (M), 3--Truett (N). Time:
ard Breaststroke: 1-Chase (M),
Kivland (N), 3-Burdick (N).
e:2:15.9.
hard Breastroke: 1-Miller (M),
3. Peterson (N), 3-Marans (M).
te: 2:34.5.
(ard Freestyle: 1-Jeffries (M),
Wallen (N), 3-Leengran (M).
ie: 4:56.2. .
rard Freestyle Relay: 1-Michi-
. (Dow, Jones, Benner, Hill), 2-
thwestern. Time: 3:43.p.

eral newcomers, however, must
have pleased Mann greatly. Soph-
omore Glen Miller won the breast-
stroke, and while the young De-
troiter has still a large pair of
shoes to fill coming after the great
John Davies, he is progressing ex-
tremely well.
For Michigan's Jim Walters it
was a homecoming. Mann's star
diver is an alumnus' of New Trier
High School and resides in nearby
Kenilworth. He showed the crowd,
which had watched him capture
state diving championships in
years past, that he still has win-
ning form by taking the three
meter event for Michigan.

DOUG PHILPOTT
.. averts shutout

Eaddy Tallies 17 Points
As 'M' Loses to Wildcats.

(Continued from Page 1)
was well-rested and in excellent
physical shape.,
* * *
FROM A TEAM that had plaed
dull, sloppy hockey the night be-
fore, the Flying Frenchmen over-
night changed into a sharp, alert,
aggressive combination.
Especially noteworthy was the
change in goalie Cyrille Guevre-
mont who Friday night imitated a
sieve by letting eight goals slip
by him in the first period. Last
night he looked like a completely
different person as he played spec-
tacular if not remarkable hockey.
GUEVREMONT was unbeatable.
His reflexes were sharp and his
spirit was undaunted as he kicked
out 38 shots. Many of his saves
verged on the impossible and un-
til Philpott hammered in his goal
towards the end of the game the
Michigan skaters must certainly
Big Ten
Standings

have considered him superhuman.
Ikola also defended the Mich-
igan nets in his usual sterling
manner, although the Eveleth,
Minn. lad only had to stop 21
shots.
The non-league test was one of
the roughest played in the Hill
Street arena in several years. Al-
together 15 penalties were called,
10 on the visiting Montrealers and
five on the locals.
* * *
JACQUES DAY, Montreal sen-
ior who played his last game in
Ann Arbor last night, saw quite
a bit of it from the sin bin as he
drew three penalties, one for cross-
checking and two for slashing. j
Philpott drew the brunt of the
punishment. Early in the first pe-
riod he suffered a head injury
that sent him reeling to the ice. A
few minutes later he collided ac-
cidentally with a Montreal puck-
ster in mid-ice and once again
fell iceward. This time he hurt his
shoulder and had to be helped off
the ice.

BASKETBALL
Army 64, Brown 56
Columbia 77, Navy 71
Fordham77. St. Peter's 75
Illinois 71, Wisconsin 61
Indiana 66, Minnesota 63 .
Kansas 76, Iowa State 57
Kansas State 88, Marquette 72
Michigan State 68, Iowa 61
Ohio State 67, Purdue 65
Oklahoma 64, Missouri 61
Penn 63, Yale 61
Pitt 57, Penn State 56
St. John's 75, Loyola (Chi.) 56
Toledo 73, Kent State 68
Wayne 94, St. Francis (Pa.) 59
NHL HOCKEY
Montreal 5, Chicago 2
Toronto 3, Boston 1
FOOTBALL
National All-Stars 27, American All-
Stars 7
College All-Stars 40, Hawaii All-Stars
28
SWIMMING
Illinois 47, Minnesota 46
Michigan State 75, Bowling Green 18
Wisconsin 53, Iowa 40
WRESTLING
Illinois 14, Purdue 12
Iowa 15, Wisconsin 11
Michigan State 19, Indiana 7
I

* * *
THE REST of the Indiana squadj
immediately "caught the bug" and
began to follow suit, with Frank
Feigl and Herb Vogel slipping off
the high bar, and Vogel getting
his straps crossed on the flying
rings.
Feigl's fall off of the parallel
bars resulted in an ankle injury
which was enough to prevent
him from competing in tumbl-
ing.
Taking the lead from the start
of the meet, the Wolverines dom-
inated all of the six events. The
contest was even more one-sided

Wolverines Topple Hoosiers
In Gymnastics Meet, 68-25
By DICK BUCK than last year's 661/2-29%,2 victory
The Michigan gymnasts pow- over the Hoosiers.
ered to their first triumph of *
the season yesterday afternoon, WOLVERINES Lee Krumbholz
trouncing Indiana, 68-25. end Mary Johnson led all scorers
Troubles developed for the Hoos-, with 13 point§ and right behind
iers in the first event when Ron them were Harry Luchs, garner-
Johnson bounced off the tram- ing 12 points.
poline.

Captain Don Hurst started
the Wolverines on the victory
trail with a win on the trampo-
line, Frank Adams and new-
comer Jack Eckle finishing
right behind him.
The only double winner of the
day, Johnson, took both the high
bar and parallel bars.
Other first places went to Loichs
in the flying rings and Adams in
tumbling.
Competing in his first Big Ten
duel, Jim Barbero gave an im-
pressive performance on the side
horse to finish second behind
Krumbholz.

(Continued from Page 1)

Ray Pavichevich also contributed
nine points in this brief Wolverine
rally.
Sophomore Leo (Tiny) Schlicht
made a third quarter appearance
at center in the late minutes but
could do little more than other
Michigan scorers. He managed a
point on one of two foul shots,
however.
* * *
THE SHOOTING statistics tell
the story. Making good on 20 of
83 shots from the field, the Wol-
verines had a lowly 24 per cent
average while NU sand 32 of 86
shots for 34 per cent.
At the free throw line the
Maize and Blue faired little bet-
ter. They put through 17 points
in 31 tries, a 48 per cent average,
and again Northwestern topped
them by a sizable amount, get-
ting 59 per cent on 20 of 34 foul
throws.
Ralph Kaufmann was the only
player to foul out in the game,
Eaddy and Codwell and Paul
Groffsky played the last minutes
with four personals on them. The
Wolverines fouled a total of 22
times compared to 19 times the
Wildcats erred.
Tomorrow night Michigan has
a return bout with an Iowa quin-
tet which put the Wolverines down
to defeat, 85-77, earlier this sea-
son. The Maize and Blue will have
the advantage of home court play
to cope with fast-breaking Hawk-
eyes Herb Thompson, Deacon Da-
vis, and Ken Buckles.
The box score:

MICHIGAN
Mead I
Kauffman f
Codwell f
Allen f
Topp f
Groffsky c
Schlicht c
Eaddy g
Pavichevich g
Lawrence g
Totals
NORTHWESTERN
Dellefield f
Blaha f
Emann f
Collier f
Petrancek c
Grant c
Kurka g
Biever g
Bragiel g
Totals

G
1
0
4
0
0
3
0
8
4
0
20

F
4
1
5
0
1
2
1
1
2
0
17

G F'
7 7
3 1
5 1
0 1
0 0
9 1
7 4
1 4
0 1
32 20
12 24
18 22

PF TP
2 6
5 1
4 13
.1 0
1 1
4 8
0 1
4 17
2 10
0 0
23 57
PF TP
2 21
0 7
3 11
0 1
2 0
3 19
3 18
1 6
1 1
15 84
7-57
24-84

2

W L
Indiana...........5 0
Illinois...........4 1
Minnesota ........3 2
Michigan State ....3 2
Ohio State ........3 2
Northwestern ......2 2
Iowa ..............2 3
Wisconsin .........2 4
MICHIGAN ........1 6

Pct.
1.000
.800
.600
.600
.600
.500
.400
.333
.143

MICHIGAN
Northwestern

14
20

Relay Team, Lynch Cop Firsts
At WashingtonTrack Festival

Special to The Daily
WASHINGTON - The Wolver-
ines indoor track season got an
excellent start last night as the
two-mile relay team and George
Lynch, entered in the 1000 yard
run, scored decisive triumphs in
the Washington Evening Star
Games.
The Maize and Blue relay team
of John Moule, Geoffrey Dooley,
Bill Hickman, and John Ross,
pitted against top-notch competi-
tion, was in front from the begin-
ning.
* * *
MOULE, running the first leg
1:58, took the lead at the 220 mark

and built up an advantage of 15
yards. This lead was first threat-
ened on the final leg when John
Curatta, Seton Hall's anchor man,
began to close the gap on Ross.
The Wolverine increased his pace
and won going away.
The time was a slow 7:53. This
was due to the poor condition of
the flat 220 board track.
Finishing second, to the sur-
prise of all spectators, was Seton
Hall.
George Lynch, the other
Michigan representative, won
the 1000-yard race by fifteen
yards. He was clocked at 2:18.
Lynch astayed right on the heelsI
of the pace-setter, Bob Wayler of
Villanova, for the first 660 yards.
At this point, the talented sopho-
more distance runner took the
lead and was never caught.

I

ETCHER TOPS VAN TYNE:
Chicago Downs Allen-Rumsey,34-25

U

OR

n-Rumsey's hope of repeat-
s Residence Hall intramural
basketball champion received
e Jolt in the first round play
,day when Chicago defeated
West Quadders in decisive
n, 34-25.
Chicagoans jumped into an
lead and with Jules Hans-
r's 12 points leading the way,
omped to an easy victory.
* *
"B" ACTION, defending
pion Fletcher successfully
d its campaign with a 25-14
on over Van Tyne. Playing
)nly four men, Fletcher over-
an early deficit midway in
irst half and coasted in to
tn Kuchha paced the Flet-
offensive efforts with 14
is equalling Van Tyne's
lete team total.
Kazawski dropped in 17
to pace Reeves to a 21-20
ph over Kelsey in the after-
5 most exciting Class B con-
Celsey was in front most of
ay, but in the final seconds
vski dropped in his final two-
r to give the verdict to the
s men.
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OF YOUR HAIR"
The best in
tonsorial artistry
will be for you
in 1953.
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Near Michigan Theater

LLOYD WITH a special assist
from the opposition, won its open-
ing game over Adams, 47-45. The
winning points came as a result
of an Adams player shooting the
ball into the wrong basket early
in the second half.
Eldon Martin netted 15 points
to spark Lloyd to the "A" vic-
tory.
Don Peterson, ex-Michigan foot-
ball star, scored 15 points to lead
Gomberg's. "A" entry to a one-
sided 56-23 triumph over Van
Tyne. Scoring honors for the
game, however, went to Jay Case-
mier who racked up 19 in a los-
ing cause.
Casemier's 19 points-tied him
with Ron Iingman of Huber for
the afternoon's outstanding scor-

ing effort. Dingman's total was
primarily responsible for a hard
fought 37-29 victory over Reeves.
Other scores:
A-LEAGUE
Michigan 56, Scott 37
Williams 30, Strauss 22
Huber 37, Reeves 29
Taylor 45, Kelsey 29
Winchell 39, Fletcher 33
Wenley defeated Greene (forfeit)
B-LEAGUE
Wenley 21, Huber 14
Taylor 17, Adamst16
Anderson 58, Scott 29
Cooley 51, Hayden 19
Hinsdale 33, Strauss 24
Winchell 26, Michigan 19
Gomberg 38, Williams 8
Chicago defeated Greene (forfeit)

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