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" DAY, MARCH 12, 1954

--, THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mi nesota Pucksters

Wa llop Boston College, 14-1

Delta Sigma Delta Takes
First In I-M Swim Meet

Mayasich Nets Seven Points
To Establish NCAA Record
Entire Gopher First Line Scores Hat Trick;
Michigan Hockey Squad Faces RPI Today

Holy Cross,
DuquesneIn
NIT Finals

FUTURE HOOP STARS:
Bright Prospects on Frosh Cage Squad

By ART EVEN
Relay victories in the first and
last events on the program gave
Delta Sigma Delta the profession-
{ al fraternity intramural swimming
championship at Varsity Pool last
night.
The winners boasted only one
individual titlist during the five
other events, but the valuable re-
lay firsts proved to be the deciding
factor in edging out Nu Sigma Nu
for the top spot.
* * *
DELTA SIGMA Delta garnered
31%/ points to lead the seven
squads who scored during the
There will be no co-recrea-
tional night this evening be-
cause of high school wrestling
and swimming state meets.
-Earl Riskey
meet. Nu Sigma-Nu was second
with 25 points, while Alpha Kappa
Kappa edged out Phi Delta Phi
for third place, 12%-12. Other
point scoring teams were Alpha
Kappa Psi, with 9; Delta Theta
Phi, 3; and Phi Alpha Kappa, 2.
Ex-varsity natator Wallie Jef-
fries lead Nu Sigma Nu to the
runner-up spot with wins in the
100-yard and 200-yard free-
style. The only double winner of

the evening, Jeffries had no
trouble capturing the title in
the shorter distance.
Alpha Kappa Kappa almost
scored the only slam of the meet
in the 50-yard freestyle. AKK's
Gordon Verity won the race in
25.5, while teammate Tome An-
drews tied Paul Friese of the Del-
ta Phi for the runner-up spot.
* * *
Dave Siebold, of Delta Sigma
Delta, copped the 50-yard breast
stroke in 29.5. Teammate Don
Kelly finished third, while Jim
McCrory of Delta Theta Phi
snared second.
Neil Bersch of AKK, nosed out
Kelly in the 50-yard backstroke. It
took Bersch 31.6 to cover the dis-
tance 2.1 seconds less than Kelly.
OTHER SCORES
BASKETBALL:
Michigan Co-op 32, Five Fresh-
men 17
Adams 31, Hinsdale 18
Hypo Jets 25, Bums 21
VOLLEYBALL:
Psych "A" 5, Political Science 1
Education defeated Natural Re-
sources (forfeit)
Public Health defeated Eng.
Mech. (forfeit)
PADDLEBALL:
Taylor 2, Michigan 1
Anderson 3, Kelsey 0

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first
in a series of articles dealing with
the prospects for next year's basket-
ball squad.)

By HANLEY GURWIN
Special to The Daily
COLORADO SPRINGS - Scor-
ing practically at will, Minnesota's
Golden Gophers swamped an out-
classed Boston College sextet here
last night, 14-1, before a crowd of'
2,100 to advance into the final}
round of the NCAA hockey tour-1
nament.
The Gophers will meet the win-
ner of tonight's game betweenl
Swim Tales
The high spots of last week's
Big Ten swimming meet, filmed
at the University of Michigan
Varsity Pool, will be aired, to-
night over WPAG-TV, Chan-
nel 20.
The film is scheduled for the
Dateline Ann Arbor show which
is seen Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday at 6:45 p.m.
Michigan and Rensselaer on Sat-
urday night for the national
championship.
JOHNNY Mariucci's high flying
Gophers practically rewrote the
record books as they set several
new tournament marks here at
the Broadmoor Ice Palace.
All three members of Minne-
sota's number one line, Johnny
Mayasich, Dick Dougherty, and
Gene Campbell, scored the hat
trick by scoring three goals or
more.
Mayasich set a new - tourney
record by picking up seven points,
on three goals and four assists,
Dougherty picked up six points
with four goals and two assists,
and Campbell totaled six points on
three goals and three assists.

Vic Heyliger's Wolverines work-
ed out yesterday morning in the
Broadmoor Ice Palace, and except
for a slight ankle ailment dis-
played by defenseman Burt Dunn,
are in top shape for tonight's
semi-final battle with RPI.
* * s
SUMMARY
FIRST PERIOD - Goals-l-Minnesota,
Mayasich (Dougherty, Yackel) :41;
2 - Minnesota, Bob Meredith (Mc-
Kenzie 1:25; 3 - Minnesota, Jetty
(unassisted) 7:50; 4 - Minnesota,
Campbell (Dougherty) 8:19; 5 - Min-
nesota, Campbell (Mayasich) 11:54;
6 - Minnesota, Mayasich (Camp-
bell) 16:55
Penalties - Boston College: Silbo
tripping) 6:42; Minnesota: Maya-
sich (interference) 17:50.
SECOND PERIOD - Goals- 7-Minneso-
ta, Yackel (unassisted) 2:17; S-Bos-
ton College, Quinn (Cisternelli) 4:
13; 9 - Minnesota, Campbell (Maya-
sich) 7:20; 10 - Minnesota, Dough-
erty (Campbell) 10:22.
Penalties - Boston College: Silbo
(tripping) 13:55; Minnesota: Pe-
troskex (interference) 10:11; Malo-
ney (elbowing) 18:49.
THIRD PERIOD - Goals - 11 - Min-
nesota, Dougherty (unassisted) 5:
06, 12 - Minnesota, Mayasich (unas-
sisted) 7:47; 13-Minnesota, Anderson
Mayasich) 7:47; 14 - Minnesota,
Doughtrty (unassisted) 17:11; 15-
Minnesota, Dougherty (Mayasich,
Mayasich, (Campbell) 19:41.
Penalties - Boston College: Can-
niff (slashing) 12:15 Kiley (trip-
ping) 19:20. Minnesota: Yackel
(slashing) 10:15; Anderson (cross-
checking) 11:40.

By The Associated Press By AL EISENBERG
NEW YORK-It will be Holy BDaveEStrackassistant basket-
Cr'oss and Duquesne in the finals DeStckasianbse-
of the National Invitation Basket- ball coach, has developed this past
ball Tournament tomorrow night. season one of the best freshman
The top-seeded Iron Dukes cage squads that has come to Ann
gained the right to play for the Arbor in many a year.
title by rolling over Niagara, 66-51, Considered a better team than
while in last night's other semi-- the squad which produced Jim
final contest at Madison Square Barron and Tom Jorgensen,
Garden, a scrappy Holy Cross out-
fit upset second-seeded Western
Kentucky, 75-69.
THE CRUSADERS earned their
victory, the hard way, coming
from 11 points down early in the
second half to grab the lead for
good just before the seven-minute_
mark of the final perjiod.
The crowd of 17,525, the larg-.
est of the tournament and the
season in the Garden, saw a
brilliant shooting exhibition by
Togo Palazzi. The Holy Cross
All-American tossed in 32 points
as he led the winners to triumph
number 25 in 27 games played
this season.
In the first game of the double-
header, Duquesne used its height!
advantage to overcome Niagara.. DAVE STRACK
The contest was close until the * . . freshman mentor
last minute of the third quarter Strack believes that some of this
when the Dukes opened up a sev- year's freshman will be able to
en point lead and then breezed to give invaluable aid to Bill Peri-
victory. go next year.
THE WINNERS got off to a bad
STI{ACK, a basketball star at
start and trailed throughout most
of the first half of the tight, well Michigan in 1943 44, calls his

Though not particularly tall, he
stands only 6-2, Kramer is strong
and able to get up high off the
ground. A good shooter, the De-
troiter can play either center or
forward. The fact that he is on
the football team, and will there-
fore be slow getting into condition
for basketball is Perigo's biggest
worry about the freshman flash.
JIM SHEARAN, "a guard from
Toledo, will add depth to the var-
sity squad. An excellent shooter.
and possessor of quick reflexes and
a great deal of speed, he will prob-
ably see a lot of action next year.
Jerry Mitchell, one of the
shortest men on the team, has a
deadly two-handed set shot and
will probably be used as a "spot"
performer. A good ball handler,
Mitchell earned all-state recog-
nition playing for Three Rivers
High School.
Jim Beisel, at 6-7, is the tallest
member of the freshman team. A
hard worker, he is very inexperi-
enced and will need a lot of work.
Beisel has a lot of potential and
will probably back up Harvey Wil-
liams and Jay Vawter in the cen-
ter slot.
Aaron Podhurst, from South
Fallsburg, New York, will add
depth to the team in either a
guard or forward position. A

hard worker, Podhurst is a good
defensive player and possesses
a good two-handed set shot. A
usual fast starter, Podhurst got
off to a slow start this season
because he was not used to the
Perigo fast break.
Bob Charlin and Ed Westwood
can also help the Maize and Blue

Another

Record

A six -man University of
Michigan relay squad cracked
two American swimming rec-
ords yesterday at the Detroit
Athletic Club.
The records which fell were
the five-man 500-yard and six-
man 600-yard standards, form-
erly held by Yale. Wolverines
used by Coach Matt Mann were
Ron Gora, Tom Benner, Jack
Wardrop, Don Hill, Bumpy
Jones, and. Bob Knox.
In the guard positions. Good floor
men they both can shoot accurate-
ly from the outside.
Taken as a whole, this year's
freshman squad contains one or
two good rebounders, a couple of
good floor players and playmakers,
and a number of men who have
deadly shots. There is no doubt
that they will add a lot to Michi-
gan's hopes.

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Class A' High
School Swinm
Final Saturda-

played game. Sparked by their'
terrific trio of Dick Ricketts, Si
Green and Jim Tucker, the Dukes
caught and passed the game, but
small Niagara five and went on to
gain the final round.
The Duquesne-Holy Cross en-
counter tomorrow night will be
the second game of a double head-
er.

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present aggregation "a gonusmall
team." "There's a lot more quality
on this year's team-though there
is nobody who can measure up to
either Barron or Jorgenson.
There will probably be nine or 10
sophomores on next ,year's varsi-
ty, as compared to only live on
the 1953-54 outfit," he added.
Ron Kramer is considered by
many to be just about the top
player on this.year's freshman
Iteam. Hailing from East De-
troit High School where he
gained all-state recognition in
football, as well as basketball,
Kramer should help Michigan
where it has been woefully weak

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THE 14-1 SCORE was also a
new record, surpassing Michigan's
14-2 margin over Boston Univer-1
sity in last year's semi-final con-
test.
The rampant Gophers scored
first with the game only 41 sec-1
onds old, and the flood of goals
never ceased thereafter. The
Boston College squad, supposed-1
ly the cream of East, was all1
but blasted off the ice by the
furious Minnesota barrage.
So inept was the Boston attack,
that Minnesota goalie Jim Matt- s
son hardly had to make a hard1
try all evening, as the Gophers
controlled the puck almost com-
pletely. The Maroon and Gold
forwards kept the puck constantly
in the Boston zone, and never let
up during the evening.
The Gophers led at the close of
the first period, 6-0, scored three
in the second, and polished off the
night's work with a five goal third
period.
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Twenty-six Michigan high
school swimming squads will vie
for state honors at the class "A'
championship meet to be held in
the Varsity Pool on Saturday.
Defending champion Dearborn
Fordson rules as the pre-meet fa-
vorite. Coached by Gus Stager, a
former Michigan swimming star,
the Tractors once again have a
power-packed squad and will be
after their third straight title.
* * *
A STRONG tank team from
Jackson seems destined to provide
the greatest threat to a successful
Tractor title defense. The For!-
son swimmers were forced to come
from behind to tie the Vikings in
a dual meet earlier in the season.
Saginaw, Royal Oak, and
Grosse Pointe are other tank
squads who may provide a chal-
lenge to the Tractors' suprem-
acy.
The Fordson tankers will bank
on a nucleus of speedsters who
have raced to five national rec-
ords during the present cam-
paign. Ken Gest, state 50-yard
freestyle titlist for the past two
years, owns national marks in
both the 50-yard and 40-yard free-
style events.
Admission to the all-day pro-
gram is free. Preliminaries' begin
at 10:00 a.m. and are resumed at
2:00 p.m. Finals are scheduled for
8:00 Saturday evening.

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