SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1954
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
Wolverine Sports Calendar
SIX MAIZE AND BLUE TEAMS SEE ACTION TODAY
Track - 1:30
'Michigan State Normal and Ohio State at Yost Field House
Gymnastics - 3:00
Northwestern at Intramural Building
Bidding for its third straight
dual meet victory Michigan's gym-
'M' Tankers Face
Ohio State Today
Wolverines Try To Capture Final
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Minnesota at Coliseum nastics squad takes on a weak
Northwestern outfit at 3:00 this
Basketball .8:00 afternoon in the Sports Building.
Illinois at Yost Field House Wolverine hopes for a lopsided
win were dimmed somewhat yes-
Swimming - Away terday when Captain Mary John-
Ohio State at Columbus son, who along with Lee Krumb-
holz is the mainstay of the squad,
-restlng -Away sprained his wrist and thus is a
Ohio State at Columbus doubtful starter this afternoon.
Ohi Sat atCoumus* * *
MICHIGAN coach Newt Loken is
more concerned with Johnson's
Cagers Battle To Thwart injury as seen in the light of the
coming Big Ten meet in two weeks
? than he is over its bearing on to-
Illini Conference Hopes day's meet.
Northwestern has yet to win a
By ART EVEN Ier only three minutes of play Therefore, if Johnson is lost
After a fruitless road trip, which and remained on the bench for for this meet, the outcome still
netted two losses, the Michigan the rest of the game. will probably be a Michigan vic-
basketball squad returns to Yost Then Coach Bill Perigo alter- tory, but if the agile captain is
Field House tonight to host a red- nated Tom Jorgenson, John Cod- lost for the Conference meet, to
hot Illinois quintet, well, Paul Groffsky, and Milt Mead be held in Columbus on March
The Illini, who seemed to be on the forward wall'trying to come 12-13, Wolverine title aspirations
completely out of contention for up with a winning combination. will take a quick tumble.
the Big Ten title after dropping * * * The Wildcats will be headed by
three of their first six conference THIS PLAN worked effectively captain Kal Klatte, who works the
games, have come storming back until Groffsky, who had the tough parallel bars and the flying rings.
to rack up five straight victories. assignment of guarding Dick Gar- After Klatte, the Purple ranks
maker, the conference's third grow very thin, with only three
THIS SURGE, coupled with In- highest scorer, fouled out early others displaying any kind of a
ks ad in the third quarter. Then Gar- threat to Wolverine supremacy.
Iowa's apparent collapse, has rais- maker began to click and the This trio includes Tommy Mills,
Idsdn opes oflacohaml- Gophers came on to win, 79-70. who will compete in the high bar,
ed sudden hopes of a co-chan- Monday Purdue invades Yost tramp, and flying ring events, Don
plios i _chamign. asfu noweField House for the game which Bauman, the Wildcats top tumbler,
fllinois record is 9-3, a full game will probably decide who the cel- a pd Stanley Block, who works the
behind Indiana's 10-2 mark. lar occupant will be this year. high bar.
_tai ivic t 1or et~
By JACK HORWITZ
Boasting five straight Western
Conference championships, a pow-
erful Ohio State swimming squad
faces an equally tough Michigan
team at Columbus this afternoon.
The Buckeyes have three of the
nation's finest swimmers in Ford
Konno, Yoshi Oyakawa, and Dick
Cleveland. Cleveland and Konno
have erased several records this
season and are expected to try to
better their own marks in the final
dual meet of the season.
KONNO set a new world's rec-
ord in the 220-yard free style as
he sped the distance is 2:04.8 and
bettered the collegiate mark in
the 440-yard free style with a time
of 4:30. Cleveland set two worlds
records capturing the 50-yard free
style in :21.9 and the 100-yard free
style in :49.2.
Oyakawa holds the season'sI
best time in the Big Ten for the
200-yard back stroke with a time
The Buckeyes will present an
array of divers that challange the
nation's best. Coach Mike Peppe
will field a trio of possibly the
strongest diving aggregation in
collegiate circles in Morley Sha-
piro, Jerry Harrison, and Fletcher
* * *
only two men through graduation
last year, a fine group of sopho-
mores and returning veterans have
been elevated to the varsity squad
Tommy Whiteleather, who
lettered in 1951, returned this
season to bolster Ohio State in
the sprints. Sophomore Ben
Ledger, one of the nation's top
high school sprinters, adds to
the Buckeye strength in the 50
an 1 00-yard free style.
Depth in the distance races will
come from lettermen Rocco Cirig-
liano and John Gill. Korean vet-
eran Gordon Leaf and sophomores
Dave Englund and Dave Rudy pro-
vide balance in the backstroke.
WITH THE LOSS of all-Amer-i
ican Jerry Holan, the breat-stroke
races seem to be a toss-up. The
Buckeyes will have Ledger and Bob
versity of Cincinnati blasted
Duquesne's bid for an undefeat-
ed basketball season last night
with a decisive 66-52 victory
over the Dukes, the No. 1 team
in the nation.
Van Heyde'in the 100 and Dwaine
McIlroy and Jim Canfield in the
200. Although Coach Matt Mann
has not announced his lineups, it
is figured that he will count on
Bert Wardrop in the 200.
Michigan will counter the Ohio
State strength with such outstand-
ing swimmers as Don Hill, Ron
Gora, and Tom Benner in the free
style events. All-American "Bum-
py" Jones and the Wardrop twin
will face the Buckeyes in the in-
dividual medley, breast stroke, and
free style events.
With the retirement of Coach
Mann at the end of this season,
the Wolverines will be out to cap-
ture "this last one for the 'Old
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All the Illini's aspirations will
be smashed, however, if the Wol-
verines can put the skids on big
John Kerr and come through
with an upset.
A pair of sophomores, Paul Jud-
son and Bruce Brothers, have been
scoring in the double figures late-
ly which has helped considerably
to take some of the pressure off
Kerr. Judson, who stands 6-3%
and is an excellent rebounder,
teams with 6-0 Jim Wright in
the backcourt for Coach Harry
BOTH FORWARDS, Brothers
and Max Hooper, are 6-5, which
gives the Illini front line an aver-
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Except for guards Jim Barron
and Don Eaddy the Wolverine
lineup is rather doubtful. In re-
cent contests only Barron and
Eaddy have shown reasonable
scoring punch. Last Monday
night ait Minnesota lanky 6-8
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WARM-UP FOR CONFERENCE:
Trackmen Meet OSU, Michigan Normal
By STEVE HEILPERN
The first competitive test in
three-newly added Big Ten track
events will highlight today's tri-
angular meet with Ohio State and
Michigan State Normal.
The three-way affair will get
underway at Yost Field House at
1:30 this afternoon.
THE WOLVERINES' success in
the new 300, 600, and 1000 yard
runs will go a long way toward
determining their victory chances
at next Saturday's Western Con-
ference Indoor Track Champion-
ships to be held in the Cham-
With a host of middle distance
aces from which to chbose his
entries in the added events, as
well as in the standard 440 and
880 yard tests, Canham can use
such men as Jack Carroll, Grant
Scruggs, Pete Gray, Pete Sut-
ton, and a host of others in any
one of several events.
In these or any other events the
Maize and Blue should have little
trouble with today's opposition,
having overwhelmed the Ypsilan-
ti squad earlier this season.
THE BUCKEYES are im-
proved but still lack the necessary
depth to launch a successful at-
tack against the Ann Arborites.
Ohio State, nevertheless, could
offer tough competition in two
events. Shotputter Joe Morgan,
who placed second to Fritz Nils-
son in last year's Big Ten out-
door meet, figures to give the
big Swede a good battle, while
In the mile and two mile Bob
Coldren rates as a consistent
Normal's strength lies in the
mile and pole vault. Miler Jerry
Zitney may prove troublesome to
favorite John Ross in this event,
while Marland Bluhm is capable
of taking the vaulting honors, hav-
ing tied with Michigan's Roger
Maugh and John Hilberry at 13
feet in a previous meet.
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lay team of Bob Brown, Sutton,
Carroll, and Scruggs will get,
along with the rest of the squad,
its final warm-up before the
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Blue 26 to 17 in the play preced-
ing the second intermission.
However, the goals by Chin
and Philpott and a surprising
20-footer by Mullen gave Michi-
gan a.3-2 lead entering the final
Playing as usual with only ten
men, the Wolverines were expect-
ed to tire noticeably in the last
20 minutes and Minnesota came
out fast in an attempt to take ad-
vantage of the anticipated fatigue.
IT FORCED the action into
Michigan's end but Wolverine de-
fensemen, Haas, Burt Dunn and
Neil Buchanan along with Ikola
were equal to the Gopher for-
Finally, shortly after the six
minute mark, Heyliger's clutch
line of Cooney, Chin and Mul-
len collaborated to break the
Gopher backs. The latter two
both took hard shots at Matt-
son before Cooney flipped the
puck into the net at 6:31 to
give Michigan a two-goal lead.
Before Johnny Mariucci's club
could get organized, MacFarland
turned in an excellent individual!
effort to get the fifth and game
clinching marker. He picked up a
loose puck along the boards, skat-
ed in front of the net and fired
the disc betwveen two baffled de-
fensemen and past the Minnesota
FIRST PERIOD-Goals: 1-Michigan,
Chin (Cooney), 7:51; 2 - Minnesota,
Dougherty (Jetty), 1057; Penalties:
Michigan, Dunn (holding), Chin (in-
terference); Minnesota, Jetty (slash-
SECOND PERIOD - Goals: 3-Michi-
gan, Philpott (MacFarland) 1:29; 4-
Michigan, Mullen (Chin), 6:14; 5-
Minnesota, Petroske (unassisted) 14:
24; Penalties: Michigan, Dunn charg-
ing, Goold (high sticking); Minnesota,
Shutte (high sticking).
THIRD PERIOD - Goals: 6-Michi-
gan, Cooney (Chin-M~ullen) 6:31, 7-
Michigan, MacFarland (unassisted)
7:38; 8-Minnesota, Mayasich (un-
assisted); 9 Michigan, Haas (Herbert-
Philpott). Penalties: Michigan, Phil-
pott (high sticking), Cooney (rough-
ing), Dunn (high sticking); Minne-
Ssota, Jetty (high sticking), Yackel
(elbowing), D. Meredith (charging),
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