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FRIDAY, MARCH 2H, 1954

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Collegiate Wrestling Teams Konno Swims to Meet Record
Clash Today In NCAA Meet
By KEN COPP I defeated for the last two years Ir
Three Wolverines will wind up in dual meet matches. His only
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when they compete in the NCAA
meet being held today andtomor-
row in the University of Oklahoma
campus at Norman, Oklahoma.
The Michigan contestants will
be Captain Norvard "Snip" Nalan,
captain-elect Andy Kaul, and John
McMahon.
* * *
RATED AS pre-tourney team
favorites in the biggest wrestling
event of the year are the squads
from Pittsburgh and Oklahoma
A&M with Purdue playing the
role of the dark-horse.
Representing the Maize and
Blue for the last time, Nalan
will be carrying a string of 30
consecutive victories into this
meet. The diminutive 130-
pounder has not only held the
Big Ten 130-pound crown for
the last three years but he also
captured the NCAA 130-pound
title last year at State College,
Pennsylvania.
In the final's of last year's NCAA
meet, Nalan scored an impressive
victory when he downed Penn
State's Eastern Intercollegiate
champion Dick Lemyre, 7-4.

loss in the last two years was at
the hands of Illinois' Pete Comp-
ton in the 1953 conference
championships.
McMahon who garnered a fourth
place in the conference meet wili
be wrestling at 157 pounds. During
the dual meet season he wrestled
Leafs Win
The Montreal Canadiens skat-
ed to their second straight play-
off victory last night, whipping
the Boston Bruins, 8-1, while
Toronto beat Detroit, 3-1, to
even their series at one win
each.
Dickey Moore set a Stanley
Cup scoring record for a single
play-off game to boost the Ca-
nadiens to a 2-0 game lead. His
six points erased the previous
record of five held by several
players.
Gordie Hannigan proved to
be the main gun for the Leafs
in their first win at Detroit in
14 games. The little left winger
scored two goals to pace a fur-
ious Toronto attack.

SIGMA CHI TAKES SECOND: Wolverines
Phi Delts Repeat as IM Track Champs Fail To Tally1
By DAVE GREY was winner for the fifth straight Xi, Pi Lambda Phi, Kappa Sigma, nan
Phi Delta Theta won the intra- year, gave the Phi Delts eight and Zeta Beta Tau in diminishing
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The Phi Delts easily took first
place with 251/2 points, while Sig-
ma Chi gained the runner up spot
with 17. Third place went to Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, closely followed by
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
THE MOST closely contested
event of the evening was in the
60 yard dashl won by George Corey
of SAE in a "photo finish" with
footballer Ted Kress of Phi Delt.
Six preliminary heats and three
semi-finals had to be run off be-
fore establishing the winning time
of :6.8. Alpha Tau Omega's Char-
lie Gunn was third with Bob Mac-
Kenzie of Theta Chi fourth.
George Rockwell of Sig Ep

the poie vault a t neuto r i w ,
while Goebel tied for first in the
high jump with Sigma Chi's Leo
Schlicht and Kress tied with John
Codwell of Alpha Phi Alpha for
second place.
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SIG EP'S Ken Schields won the
shot put with a heave of 41' 81"2
Schlicht and John Morrow finish-
ed second and third for Sigma Chi
with 41'4" and 39'6".
Al Price gave Delta Tau Delta
five points in the broad jump
with a leap of 20'4", followed
by Sig Chi's Dan Cline and
SAE's Don Brown.
A good time was recorded in thef
65 yard high hurdles by Bob Lit-
tieson, again of Sigma Chi, in 9

HIGH HURDLES: 1. Littleson (Sigma
Chi); 2. Barger (Phi Delt: i. White-
man (Beta):. 4. Hill (Theta Chi).
Time .:.09.0
SO YARD DASH: 1. Corey (SAE): ?.
Kress (Phi DeIt)h 3. Gunn (ATO);
4. MacKenzie (Theta Chi). Time:
:06.8
MILE RUN: I. Rockwell (Sig Ep); 2.
Brown (Lambda Chi); 3. Walls (Al-
pha Phi Alpha); 4. Singer (Phi
Delt). Time: 4:47.5
440 YARD RUN: 1. Corsini (DU); 2.
Groffsky (SAM): 3. Brown (SAE);
4. Jones (Alpha Phi Alpha). Time
880 YARD RUN: 1. Little (Phi Delt);
2. Jensen (Lambda Chi): 3. McClo-
kin (Theta Xi); 4. Dow (Acacia).
Time: 2:18.7
HIGH JUMP: 1. Goebel (Phi Delt)
and Schlicht (Sigma Chi); 2. Kress
(Phi Delt) and Codweil (Alpha Phi
Alpha). Height: 5110"
SHOT PUT: 1. Shields (Sig Ep); .
Schlicht (Sigma Chi); 3. Morrow
(Sigma Chi); 4. Kahan (Pi Lam).
Distance: 41'8? "
BROAD JUMP: 1. Price (Delt); 2.
Cline (Sigma Chi) 3. Brown (SAE);
4. Kadens (ZBT), Corey (SAE), and
Green (Kappa Sigma). Distance;
10'4"
POLE VAULT: 1. Goebel (Phi Delt)
and Lawrence (Phi Delt); 2. Stolz
(DU) and Ploughman (Acacia).
Height: 10'81

* * in four matches with two of his ran the most outstanding race seconds flat. Phi Delt's Jim Bar-
ANDY KAUL, who will be wres- losses being to two of the top men when he took the mile in 4:4'7.5, ger nosed out Joe Whiteman of
in the conference, Harlan Jenkin- just 1.2 seconds shy of the in- Beta Theta Pi and Doug Hill of
tling in the 137-pound slot, carries son of Iowa and Bob -Hoke of door fraternity record. Dick Theta Chi for second place.
a string of 13 victories this season Michigan State. Brown of Lambda Chi Alpha
as he meets top performers from came in second a Delta Upsilon placed fifth with
all over the nation. Kaul capped Don Haney who was scheduled 61/a points, followed by Lambda
the dual meet season by winning to represent the Wolverines at 147 The field events were where Chi Alpha and Delta TauDelta
the Big Ten 137-pound title three pounds will not be able to make the Phi Delts, who will now retire with 5 and Alpha Phi Alpha with
rweeks ago at East Lansing, the trip due to a slight neck in- the indoor trophy, gained most of 41/. Other teams that gained
This is Kaul's third year of jury which he suffered in the Big their points. Teammates Jerry pointshwere SAM, Acacia, ATO,
varsity competition, being un- Ten meet. Goebel and Doug Lawrence, who Beta Theta Pi, Theta Chi. Theta

By LEW HAMBURGER
special to The Daily
SYRACUSE - Diminutive Ford
Konno sent favored Ohio State in
front in the NCAA swimming
championship last night by win-
ning the 1500 meter free style and
seven points for his team.
The Hawaiian star set a new
NCAA meet record of 18:14.4, low-
ering his own standard of 18:15.5
established at Columbus in 1952.
He led all the way.
BILL YORZYK, of Springfield
{Mass.) College finished second.
He was never close to Konno, and
did not pull away from Dan Os-
borne of Stanford, who placed
third, until midway in the race.
Fourth place was taken by a
comparative unknown, George
Breen of Cortland State Teach-
ers College.
Peter Duncan. one of Okla-
homa's representative from the
South African Olympic Team, had
to be content with fifth. Marty
Smith of Yale placed sixth.
KONNO'S VICTORY gave him
back the 1500 meter champion-
ship which he captured in 1952,
but was unable to defend last year.
He was kept out of the 1953 NCAA
meet by a case of mumps.
Michigan's Jack Wardrop,
who took second to Konno in
the Big Ten 1500 free two weeks
ago, surprisingly did not swim
the event last night. This leaves
the versatile Wardrop free to
swim in some other event. The
question of where will be ans-
wered by Coach Matt Mann to-
morrow.
Yale's failure to place high in
the 1500 is a complete reversal of
last year's race, when they grab-
bed 1-2 in the event. Yale's Smith,
who placed sixth last night, also
placed sixth last year.

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