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1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THINCLADS, GRAPPLERS:

ASTS,

Three Wolverine

Teams Swing into Action

ymnasts Seek Second
din Against Buckeyes

The Michigan gymnastic squad
takes to the road today seeking its
second victory of the season Sat-
urday against a veteran Ohio State
team at Columbus.
The Buckeyes boast a team com-
posed of all returning lettermen,
which placed seventh in the Big
Ten finals last season. This same
squad gave the Michigan aggrega-
tion a run for its money last year,
55 to 41, Michigan finally coming
out on top.
OHIO'S MAINSTAYS are co-
captains Tom Franklin and Andy
Breiner, both excellent in all
events, but specializing on the side
horse and parallel bars. In last
year's meet they took a first and
second on the side horse, respec-
tively.
In the parallel bars, Breiner
took a second, followed by his
teammate, Franklin. The tenta-
tive Buckeye line-up shows these
men entered in the side horse,
parallel bars, high bar, and the
flying rings events.

OSU. is also counting on Don
Perry to come through in the
trampoline as well as in the tumb-
ling event. In the Big Ten meet ofd
last year, Perry placed fifth on
the tramp.
/ * . .*
THE MICHIGAN squad will use
the same line-up that was suc-
cessful against Indiana last week.
Veterans Lee Krumbholz, Mary
Johnson, Harry Luchs and captain
Don Hurst are expected to bear
the brunt of the Wolverines' hopes.
New-corner Jack Eckle and
Frank Adams are also expected
to come through as they did
against Indiana. Jim Barbero,
who placed second to Krumbholz
on the side horse is looking for
another excellent performance.
The team went through its final
workouts yesterday, and came out
full of spirit and hopes of victory.
Coach Loken warned the team not
to be too confident, however, for
they will face an experienced team.

Thinclads Race
In Eastern Meets
Michigan AAU Track, Field Events
Finds 20 Schools Seeking Honors.

The Wolverine thinclads will
compete in two Eastern Invitation-
als and the Michigan A. A. U.
meet during the between semester
lay-off. -
Saturday night Jack Carroll;
Van Bruner and Bill Hickman will
run in Boston in the Invitational
Knights of Columbus meet.
* * * *
CARROLL WILL be running
against the world's finest quarter
milers in the Prout memorial 600
yard run. He will match strides
with Mal Whitfield, Olympic 400
meter champion, and George Rho-
den and Herb McKinley
Bruner also will have to han-
dle Olympic champions in his
first timber topping outing of
the season. He will have to face
Olympic hurdle champ Harrison
Dillard and Olympic decathelon
place winner Milt Cambell.
Hickman's competition in the
1000 should come from Fred Dwy-
er of Villanova, Carl Joyce of
Georgetown and Len Truex, Ohio
State Grad.
* * *
THEN ON FRIDAY, Jan.. 23,
Coach Don Canham has entered
a two mile relay team in the Phil-
adelphia Inquirer Meet. Three reg-
ular members of the unit, John

Ross, Geoff Dooley and John
Moule, will be unable to run due
to a conflicting exam schedule. '
But Canham has fashioned a
new quartet composed of Car-
roll, Roy Christiansen, George
Lynch, and Hickman to defend
the trophy 'the Wolverines won
last year.
Following final exams the en-
tire team will be entered in the
Michigan AAU Meet, which will
be held in Yost Fieldhouse on Feb-
ruary 7. It will be the first and
last home appearance of Can-
ham's talented freshman team.
At present negotiations are be-
ing carried on to have two German
runners currently touring the East-
ern track circuit on hand for the
festivities.
SAM Takes
Handball Title
Sigma Alpha Mu became the
1953 handball champion in the
fraternity intramural league last
night, when it defeated Sigma Phi
Epsilon in two out of three
matches.

Michigan Matmen Face
Unbeaten Iowa Saturday

Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverine
grapplers take to the mats in
search of their third win when
they meet undefeated Iowa to-
morrow night at Iowa City.
The Hawkeyes trampled Wis-
consin in their initial dual meet,
while Michigan, beaten only by
Pittsburgh, ownsevictoriesover
Toledo and Indiana.
* * *
COACH DAVE McEuskey, in his
first season at the Hawkeye helm,
has formed his squad from a nu-
Nat Newkirk will be in the
Union, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m., ev-
ery day this week to take res-
ervations for the five-day ski-
ing trip to Boyne Mt., scheduled
for January 29 through Febru-
ary 3.
--Ken Ross
cleus of three lettermen remain-
ing from last year's seventh-place
conference finisher.
Iowa had a good well rounder
team in '52 but couldn't seem to
click, failing to win a single
dual meet. The Hawkeyes did
show flashes of form, though, as
they tied Big Ten titlist Illinois
and fourth-place Indiana in
dual clashes.
Leading the revamped Hawkeyes

against Michigan will be the con-
ference 191-pound champ, George
Myers. The Hawkeye senior fought
over his weight last year, but will
go in his natural 177-pound class
tomorrow night.
The other lettermen returning
are 167-pound Don Heaton and
the '52 captain, Phil Duggan, who
copped fourth in the conference
130-pound bracket.
After the Iowa battle the Wol-
verines will see no action until
Jan. 31 when they travel to
Evanston to engage Northwest-
ern's Wildcats.
On Feb. 7 Michigan returns to
Yost Field House where Keen's
matmen will try their luck with
Michigan State's Spartans, a team
that tied them last year, 13-13.
Keen will probably rely on the
same men to carry the Wolverines
through the between-semester
meets who have wrestled in the
previous competition.
Captain "Snip" Nalon, Andy
Kaul, and Dick O'Shaughnessy all
go into the. Iowa fracas boasting
three consecutive triumphs, while
167-pound Bronson Rumsey snar-
ed a decision in the Indiana meet,
his only match of the season.

J. Paul Sheedy* Switched to Wildroot Cream-Oil
Because He Flunked The Finger-Nail Test

Right Wing Keyes Plays
Final Game Tomorrow

* * * *

U U

By DAVE BAAD
One of the best players in Michi-
gan hockey history will turn in
his uniform for the last time to-
morrow night following the series
finale with the Minnesota Go-
phers.
Earl Keyes, after sparking the
Wolverines for three years and to
two National Championships,
must put the finishing touches on
his college career this weekend,
since his eligibility expires at the
end of the semester.
* * * /
THE CONSISTENT right wing
will be hard to replace and Vic
Heyliger's only solution to the
problem appears to be a complete
reshuffling of his whole offensive
setup.
Since Keyes began competing
for the Wolverines in the middle
of the 1949-50 season, he has
constantly been one of their
most valuable performers, es-
pecially so because of his amaz-
ing versatility.
Although he has been used ex-
clusively at right wing so fgr this
year, Keyes spent most of his time
at center during his first two and
a half seasons and even turned in
effective performances as a de-
fenseman and twice played goalie
when the regular Michigan net-
minder was injured.
* t "
HIS EXPERIENCE in the nets
,took place late in the 1950-51 sea-
son when goalie Earl Downs came
down with the flu. Playing two
games against Michigan Tech he
turned aside 49 shots while Miclr-
igan was winning 8-3 and 7-4..
The senior hockey star is also
an outstanding forechecker and
Heyliger uses him regularly on
his penalty killing unit.
While verifying his assertion
that Keyes is one of Michigan's
all time greats, Heyliger called
him a very consistant player and
his scoring record seems to bear
this out.
* * s
AFTER BREAKING into the
lineup as a sophomore with four
goals and two assists in his first
two games, he went on to score
fifteen more points to give him 21
for his first half season with the
club.

EARL KEYES
. .. final fling!
* * *
team leadership in this depart-
ment.
In recognition of his fine play
and what Heyliger calls, wonder-
ful leadership qualities, Keyes was
elected captain of the 1951-52
team and led the club to the NCAA
championship.

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girl kept saying, "The Maine thing I don't like about you is the
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,soaked hair." Paul got Wildroot Cream-Oil and now he shore
looks slick. In fact, he's in salad with every girl on campus. So
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any toilet goods counter for a bottle or tube of Wildroot Cream.
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