SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Michigan Quintet Battles
NU at Evanston Tonight
The University of Michigan bas-
ketball squad, in an effort to con-
tinue its winning ways, will take
on the Northwestern Wildcats to-
night at Evanston.
Chances of a Wolverine victory
were increased when John Biever,
Wildcat captain, was ruled ineli-
gible for the balance of the season.
Biever, a 6-3 guard is an out-
standing rebounder. Larry Kurka
will probably be called on to re-
place Biever. Kurka, who led the
Wildcats in scoring last year with
249 points, has been slow in re-
gaining his 1953 form but came
through with 12 points against
Illinois for his best shooting per-
formance of the year.
* * *
NORTHWESTERN, one of the
few Big Ten teams which doesn't
have a particularly high scorer in
its lineup presents a balanced at-
tack paced by Frank Ehmann.
Ehmann, a junior forward who
stands 6-3, is currently carrying a
15.4 point average. Rob LeBuhn,
6-4 junior, will start at the other
forward position. LeBuhn racked
up 15 points against Illinois .in
his best showing so far.
Another junior, 6-6 Hal Grant,
will be in the pivot and attempt
to hold down high scoring Har-
vey Williams, Wolverine center.
Williams ranks 19th in the na-
tion's field goal percentage lead-
ers. He has pumped in 48 baskets
In 100 attempts for an excellent
48 per cent.
The Wildcats will be trying to
continue their hoax over the Wol-
verines. Last year the 'Cats clip-
ci ped Michigan twice, once by a
one point margin, 85-84. How-
ever, this year Coach Waldo Fish-
er's five must stop a much im-
proved, higher scoring aggrega-
tion. The Wolverines rank 18th
nationally in team scoring with
an 80 point average.
ONCE AGAIN Williams, Jim
Barron, and Tom Jorgenson will
be expected to carry the offensive
load for the Wolverines. Don Ead-
dy and Paul Groffsky round out
the starting combination. Ball-
All members of the Varsity
swimming team please be at
the pool 5 pam. Monday for
hawking Eaddy will probably draw
the top defensive assignment while
. the always dependable Groffsky
will be relied on to help the Wol-
verines control the backboards.
In their only conference game
the Wildcats dropped a heart-
breaking decision to powerful
1 Illinois, 66-65.
After the Northwestern battle
the Wolverines move on to Iowa
City to meet the University of
Iowa in a contest on Monday
McKINLEY "Deacon" Davis and
Gerald Ridley lead the Hawks at-
tack and should give the Wolver-
ines plenty of anxious moments.
Davis led the team in scoring last
season as a sophomore with 327
points. Jarnagin, one of the two
seniors on the squad, was the No.
3 scorer a year ago with 213 points.
Big Ten Champ
Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTON - With Cap-
tain Norvard "Snip" Nalan lead-
ing the way, the sophomore-laden
Michigan wrestling team oened
its 1954 season by whipping the
Hoosiers of Indiana, 27-5.
This afternoon at Champaign,
Illinois, the Wolverines under the
tutelage of head coach Cliff Keen
and assistant coach Bob Betzig will
face the Fighting Illini.
IN THE outstanding event of
the evening, senior Bronson Rum-
sey surprised the throng of spec-
tators by defeating last year's Big
Ten champ, Charles Pankow.
Rumsey wrestling in the 167-
pound class battled Pankow for
only a short time pinning him
in one minute, 48 seconds. Pan-
kow, was the Conference cham-
pion in the 147-pound class last
Sophomore Frank Hirt also
turned in a very good perform-
ance as he battled Hoosier Robert
Burns for the full nine minutes
winning by a score of 10-4. Hirt
comes from the heart of the wrest-
ling area in Iowa and is from the
same town as Captain Nalan.
* * *
"SNIP" NALAN who was both
Big Ten and NCAA champion in
1953 in the 130-pound class pinned
his opponent, Jerry 'Young, in a
very short time in the 137-pound
event. Nalan along with the rest
of the Wolverine grapplers was
wrestling in one weight division
heavier than he usually wrestles.
In the 147-pound class, Andy
Kaul continued his undefeated
record of last year by pinning
sophomore Howard Fisher of
Indiana. Fisher who is now in
his first year of varsity inter-
collegiate competition was In-
diana state champion for three
years in high school.
Wrestling in the 157-pound
event for Michigan, sophomore
Don Haney came from behind to
defeat Jerry Grummel by a close
score of 10-9.
S* . .
IN A VERY interesting and
clever match between two varsity
football players Dick O'Shaugh-
nessy emerged the victor by de-
feating Harry Jagielski, 5-4. Jag-
ielski is a very big boy tipping the
scales at 250 pounds. Both men
are very clever in the art of wrest-
ling but O'Shaughnessy was ahead
throughout the entire match.
Wolverine Charles Anderson
was wrestling in his first inter-
collegiate meet and went on to
win by a score of 5-4 over Man-
Indiana won only the 177-pound
match when sophomore Richard
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HOWEVER, as referee "Rabbit"
McVeigh continued his policy of
watching the infractions closely,
tempers began to flare and action
started to develop. Wolverine de-
fenseman, Lou Paolatto was given
a ten minute misconduct penalty
about a third of the way through
the third period and this seemed
to give the Spartans the spark
King tallied the second of his
goals at the 9:07 mark of the
... defeats opponent
period and then gave the
tan rooters something to
about as he bagged his
trick" a few minutes later.
don Olson, one of the
threats of the Michigan
squad, brought his team
back into the contest with an-
other tally at 15:03.
Meanwhile the Wolverines had
lost the services of Cooney, who
was banished along with Gipp for
fighting. The inspired Spartans
came roaring to the attack again,
hoping to come within striking
distance, but the strategy back-
fired as Mullen took the puck,
swept up the ice, and flipped it in
front of the net from where Mac-
Farland scored out of a scramble.
Michigan State continued t01
press but the game ended with.
the score 7-4. Tonight the same
two teams will battle it out
again at 8:00 p.m. in Ann Arbor.
Tonight's game as was last night's,I
will be worth one point in the
ey (Chin) 4:07; 2-Michigan-MacFar-
land (Philpott) 16:45.
Penalties: Michigan - MacFarland
(interference) 3:39; Paolatto (cross-
checking) 4:12; Mullen (tripping)
8:05; Goold (tripping) 17:56; MSC--
Thomas (cross-checking) 2:08; King
(hooking) 7:05; Ward (cross-check-
ing) 10:24; Ward (slashing) 14:55; 01-
son (charging) 19:40.
SECOND PERIOD -- 3-Michigan-
MacFarland (Herbert) 2:00; 4-Mich-
igan-Mullen (Dunn, Cooney) 4:14;
5-Michigan-Chin (Cooney, Mullen)
8:54; 6-Michigan-Mullen (MacFar-
land) 13:56;, 7-MSC-King (Ward,
Penalties: Michigan-Dunn (high
sticking) 15:45; Mascarin (cross-
checking) 16:26; MSC-Nicoli (trip-
ping) 13:12; Thomas (cross-checking)
THIRD PERIOD - --MSC-King
(Ward, Gipp) 9:07; 9-MSC-King
(Ward) 12:19; 10-MSC-Olson (Waks,
Nicoli) 15:03; 11-Michigan-MacFar-
land (Chin, Mullen) 18:15.
Penalties: Michigan-Paolatto (ten
minute misconduct) 5:40; Haas (hook-
ing) 7:22; Cooney (high sticking)
10:06; Cooney (match misconduct)
10:06; MSC-Gipp (high sticking)
10:06;. Gipp (match misconduct)
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. . . tames Hoosier
Anthony pinned Harold "Pepper"
Holt a little more than half-way
through the event.j
Coach Keen is now serving his
thirtieth season as wrestling coach
and Betzig beginning his fifth sea-
son as Keen's assistant. At the end
of today's meet with Illinois, both
coaches hope to have a very good
idea of how their team will per-
form throughout the rest of the
The summaries follow:
123-Charles Anderson (M) defeat-
ed Manuel Pihakis (1) 5-4
130-Frank Hirt (M) defeated Rob-
ert Burns (I) 10-4
137-Norvard Nalan (M) pinned
Jerry Young (1) 3:37
147-Andy Kaul (M) pinned How-
ard Fisher (I) 5:06
157-Don Haney (M) defeated Jer-
ry Grummel (I) 10-9
167-Bronson Rumsey (M) pinned
Charles Pankow (I) 1:48
177-Richard Anthony (I) pinned
Harold Holt (M) 6:30
(M) defeated Harry Jagielski (1) 5-4
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Five Michigan swimmers are
listed on the National Collegiate
Athletic Association's 1953 All-
Three boys made the team in
individual events and the other
two gained recognition as mem-
bers of relay teams. Tom Benner,
John Chase, Ron Gora, Don Hill,
and Bumpy Jones are the winners
of the honor. Benner and Chase
were key performers on Michi-
gan's two All-American relay con-
tingents, while Gora, Hill and
Jones were outstanding in individ-
ual events in addition to their re-
, * *
A WOLVERINE quartet of Gora,
Jones, Benner, and Hill broke the
National Championship meet rec-
ord in the 400 yard free style re-
lay at Columbus last March.
Each member of the relay nego-
tiated his 100 yards in less than
51.5 seconds. This compares with
the last team to make the five-
deep All-American squad whose
time for the same distance was
Benner, who seems to do bet-
ter in the relay events than on
his own also made the grade
with the medley relay team.
Michigan's co-captain is ac-
claimed by his teammates as "a
great relay man and terrific in
Jones and John Chase, back-
stroker, comprise the other two
thirds of the medley combination.
Chase is always improving and
should add potency to this year's
* * *
GORA WAS the sixth member
of the All-American 100 yard free
stylers and fifth among 220 men.
Hill, co-captain with Benner,
was named as number one man
. in the fifty yard free style, main-
ly on the basis of his clutch vic-
tory at the NCAA meet, where
the pressure is always on. He
also was a member of the free
style relay and made the team
as the third ranked 100 yard free
styler. His winning time in the
NCAA 50 yard free style was
22.4 seconds, just four tenths of
a second away from the Ameri-
Jones, invincible in the inldivid-
ual medley since his freshman year
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