TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Groffsky Sinks 19 Points
To Pace Hoopsters in Win
Substitution WEEKEND OF OPPOSITES:
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con Davis failed, and that was
the last chance the visitors had
at the hoop.
A free throw by sparkplug guard
Ray Pavichevich and another tip-
in by Allen put the frosting on
Michigan's fourth triumph in 11
outings. It also paid back the
Hawks for an 85-77 loss suffered at
THE HARD-FOUGHT Wolver-
ine victory, first in the last five
games, seemed far off following
a miserable display of shooting in
the third period. Only an equally
poor demonstration by the visitors,
who outscored Michigan, 13-7, kept
the winners within shooting range.
During the third session
Maize and Blue shooters con-
verted only two of 23 shots. They
blew a 38-37 halftime advantage
while watching the corn-staters
assume a 50-45 margin after
Forward Milt Mead accounted
for the lone home team field goal
in the first nine minutes of the
second half as he meshed a two-
pointer with six minutes gone.
Mead fouled out two minutes later
with his squad trailing, 43-40.
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WITH THE 6-7 Mead on the
bench, Iowa rolled up a 50-43 lead
that was shaved to five points
just before the buzzer when Pay-
ichevich went all the way on a
Hawkeye guard Chuck Jar-
nagin, who poured through 15
points to tie for scoring honors
for the visitors, popped in a set-
shot as the final ten minutes be-
gan to re-establish Iowa's seven-
But the hustling locals steadily!
shaved down the Hawk margin
and won going away.
THE OPENING 20 minutes of
action were almost as thrill-packed
as the final 20. Sensational play
by Maize and Blue pivot operator
Groffsky was the main factor in
Michigan's slim, one-point lead at
the midway intermission.
Groffsky, the 6-4 center from
Maplewood., New Jersey, fun-
neled in 18 counters in the first
half, tallying seven in the first
ten minutes and eleven more in
the next ten. He added a free
throw in the second half to an-
nex scoring honors for Perigo's
five with a 19-point harvest.
Michigan was on the wrong end
of a 10-8 tally midway through the
opening chukker when Groffsky
went on the first of his point-get-
TWO JUMP shots and a free
throw by the sure-shooting soph-
omore combined with an Eaddy
set shot gave Wolverines a 15-10
headway which wasn't relinquished
until early in the third quarter.
Coach Perigo's unpredictable
combine maintained a 17-14
margin at the quarter, but with
guard Ken Buckles and forward
Deacon Davis beginning to hit,
Iowa deadlocked the count at
30-all with little more than half
the period gone by.
Then Big Grof rolled into action
once again, collecting seven suc-
cessive markers and boosting the
Wolverine lead to 37-31.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-(AP)-
The football rules committee of
the National Collegiate Athletic
Association met yesterday and
plunged immediately into a vig-
orous discussion of the two pla-
Committee chairman Fritz Cris-
ler, Michigan athletic director,
called the present free substitu-
tion "our first and most important
order of business" and said the
matter would be thrashed out be-
fore anything else is done.
* * *
WORKING behind closed doors,
the 10-man group devoted the first
of its three days of conferences
to deliberating whether the two
platoon system should be restrict-
ed or left alone.
No final action, if any is tak-
en, is expected to be announced
Columbia's Lou Little, chairman
of a coaches' committee.attending
the meetings in an advisory ca-
pacity, reported that the country's
college coaches 'voted overwhelm-
ingly in a poll in favor of free sub-
IL was a weekend of opposites
for the Michiganhockey team.
One game was won from the
Montreal Carabins in a breeze,
13-2, and another was lost to the
same Flying Frechmen in a thriller
the next night, 2-1.
ONE PLAYER returned to the
ice for the first time this season
while another was lost for the
season via the suspension route.
The Wolverine sextet took ad-
vantage of a chance to raise its
point totals Friday night as
Montreal was never able to get
started. Pat Cooney netted two
goals and four assists for six
points while George Chin and
Doug Mullen each pulled the hat
trick against a listless Carabin
The absence of scrappy Johnny
McKennell, suspended for the sea-
son after an altercation with a
referee in Denver, was felt the
next night, however, "as the vis-
itors turned the tables on the
W L Pts.
North Dakota .....6 0 10
MICHIGAN .......4 1 7
Denver ............4 4 7
Colorado College ...3 3 6
Michigan Tech ... .0 2 0
Michigan State ....0 9 03
Wolverines in a complete reversal
FROM THE opening faceoff of
the non-league game it was ob-
vious )'that the Montrealers re-
fused to be toyed with. They
fought tenaciously for possession
of the puck and their accurate
short pass offense coupled with a
There will be a meeting of
the M Club tonight at 7:30 in
the M Room at the Yost Field-
-Laurie LeClaire I
stubborn defense was too much for
the confident Maize and Blue.
The single encouraging de-
velopment was Ron Martinson's
return to the ice after nursing
a broken leg for six weeks. Mart-
inson saw a few minutes of ac-
tion this weekend and should be
ready for full time duty against
Michigan State tomorrow night.
The Wolverines will be looking
to regain lost ground in the Mid-
west Hockey League against the
Spartans. During the weekend's
action, North Dakota defeated
Denver twice to climb into first
place, three points ahead of their
IN THE ONLY other league
games Minnesota whipped Michi-
gan State twime, 3-1 and 5-4. The
Pucksters Lose Ground in Standings
Golden Gophers boasted the three
highest scorers in the league in
the persons of John Mayasich (34),
Dick Dougherty (28) and Gene
Campbell (23), as of Jan. 3.
In the Michigan scoring parade,
Captain John Matchefts, who
picked up one goal and three as-
sists over the, weekend, leads his
mates with 20 points. Doug Mul-
len has 14 markers to his credit
while Jim Haas, Earl Keyes and
George Chin each follow the lead-
ers with 13 points apiece.
John Matchefts 5 15
Doug Mullen 7 7
Jim Haas 3 10
George Chin 8 5
Earl Keyes 9 4
John McKennell 7 5
Doug Philpott 4 6
Pat Cooney 4 5
Reg Shave 3 3
Alex McClellan , 0 6
Bert Dunn 1 4
Telly Mascarin 2 1
Lou Paolatto 1 1
54 72 136
RAY PAVICHEVICH-of the Wolverines leaps high to sink a
bucket as Iowa's Bob Miller (20) makes a futile effort to stop him.
BUILDER OF CHAMPIONS:
Matt Mann Begins 28th
Year as Swim Mentor
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gan State twime, 3-1 and 5-0. The JANUARY 2-31
By GORDON MARS
Starting his twenty-eighth sea-
son as coach of the Michigan swim-
ming team is Matt Mann, who
has justly won the title, "The
Builder of Champions."
Mann-coached teams have won
the Western Conference cham-
pionship 16 times, and in addition
have taken the N.C.A.A. title 13
times. Add nine second place fin-
ishes to the national crowns and
you see that Mann's title is well
IN DUAL MEET competitions,
Mann's natators have amassed a
record of 200 victories against only
Mann was born in Yorkshire,
England where he began his
swimming carreer at 11. The
British Empire free style crown
came into his possession at 16.
Coming to the United States in
1904, he won the national YM-
CA 100 and 200 yard free style
His coaching actually began in
1909 at the Buffalo Athletic Club.
He then took a job at the first
municipal pool in Brookline, Mass.,
where he coached for five years.
At the same time he was coaching
Harvard and Navy to undefeated
* * *
JOINING THE New York Ath-
letic Club as head coach in 1916,
Mann again took on a side coach-
ing job-this time at Yale, where
his swimmers were undefeated
From here he went to the Du-
luth, Minn. Boat Club, and in
1919 Mann joined the Detroit
Athletic Club. World champion
Ted Cann won the 220-yard free
style title for the DAC while
under Mann's direction.
Coach Mann finally came to
Michigan in 1925, and instilled the
will to win in his teams.
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