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SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDY, MAR!! 27,1954 TE MICIGA A

Wardrop Whips Konno To Win
NCAA Freestyle Swim Crown

Nalan, Kaul
Gain NCAA
Semi-Fintals
M' Captain Downs
Three Straight Foes
Special To The Daily
NORMAN, Oklahoma-Wolver-
ines Snip Nalan and Andy Kaul
advanced to the semi-finals of the
NCAA Wrestling Championships
here last night.
Nalan turned in the amazing
feat of pinning all three of his
preliminary and quarter-final op-
ponents to get off to a fast start
in' defense of his 130 pound na-
tional title, while Kaul came
through with two decisive victories
in the 137 pound competition.
Nalan, the Michigan Captain,
pinned Dave Simmons of Okla-
homa A&M in 7:20, gained a fall
over Texas A&M's Bob Beattie in
1:49, and downed the Big Seven
champ, Don Hart of Oklahoma, in
5:18 in his quarter-final match.
Kaul romped to an easy 9-1
victory over Bill Turner of Illi-
nois in his preliminary bout, and
then came back to whip Pitts-
burgh's George Mathews 6-3.
Nalan will face Michigan State's
Jim Sinadinos in this afternoon's
semi-finals, while Kaul takes on
Ed Eichelberger of Lehigh, the un-
defeated Eastern Intercollegiate
champ.
The Oklahoma Aggies stood out
as giants, placing six men in the
semifinals in what appears to be
a romp for their 17th collegiate
crown.
Keen Elected
Michigan's veteran wrestling
coach Cliff Keen was elected
President of the National
Wrestling Coaches Association
yesterday morning in Norman,
Oklahoma, the scene of the
NCAA Wrestling Champion-
ships.
Keen, who has directed his
teams to five Big Ten Cham-
pionships since coming to
Michigan in 1925, served as
manager of the 1948 U.S. Olym-
pic wrestling squad and has
been active in affairs of the
National Association since its
inception in 1927.

2:05 Time Sets 220 Yard
Mark, OSU Holds Lead

JACK WARDROP
..*..giant killer
Sig Cli W inS
In Fraternity
Foul Throwing
* Sigma Chi, with 227 of a pos-
sible 250 baskets, and Standish
Evans, with 168 successful tosses,
won the fraternity and independ-
ent foul throwing contests com-
pleted Thursday night at the In-
tramural Building.
The results of the residence hall
competition have not yet been
compiled by I-M officials, but The
Daily will publish these stand-
ings, as well as the results of the
all-campus tourney, as soon as
they have been determined.
THE FRATERNITY and inde-
pendent standings:

By LEW HAMBURGER
special to The Daily
SYRACUSE, New York-Michi-
gan's Jack Wardrop swam tg the
upset of the year last night as he
beat Ford Konno of Ohio State in
the 220 yardfreestyle in the sec-
ond session of the 1954 NCAA
swimming championships.
Wardrop's. time of 2.05 breaks
all official standards in this event,
although Konno covered the dis-
tance in 2:04.8 in a dual meet
earlier this season. The British
Olympic star led the entire way,
staying never more than a yard
ahead at any time.
** *
HE FINISHED three tenths of
a second in front of Konno to
hand the Buckeye stalwart his
first defeat of the -season.
OSU retained its meet lead how-'
ever, which now stands at 49 to
36 for Michigan, currently in sec-
ond place. Yale follows in third
with 19 points, and Stanford is
fourth with 12.
Ohio picked up in addition to
the seven points for first place
in the 1500 meter event Thurs-
day night, seven more in the
first race of last night's program
as Dick Cleveland touched out
Don Hill of Michigan in the 50
yard freestyle.
Cleveland, who was timed in
22:3, nosed Hill out by three
tenths of a second. Reid Patter-
son of Georgia finished four tenths
behind the Ohio captain. Al Kuhn
wound up fourth one tenth behind
Patterson, and Yale's Kerry Dona-I
vin came in one tenth of a sec-
ond slower than Kuhn.
*we a *
IN THE SECOND race of the
evening, Ohio continued to add to
its collection of first places, as
Yoshi Oyakawa came from behind
to capture the 200 yard backstroke
from Stanford's Larry Hein. Mich-'
igan picked up five points in the
event, however, by virtue of Bert,
W ardrop's third place and John
Chase's sixth place finish.
In the breaststroke Dave Haw-
kins of Harvard was judged first
ahead of Michigan's Bumpy
Jones, despite the fact that the
latter's time was two tenths of a
second faster. In situations of
this sort, the decision of the
judges at the finish line takes
preference over the clock.
OSU picked up the bulk of its

points in the one meter dive as
Fletcher Gilders surprised all pre-
dictions by winning over Yale's
Ken Welch and teammate and Big
Ten Champion Morley Shapiro.
Fourth place went to Bobby Brad-
nox of Texas, and fifth was taken
by Gerry Harrison, also of Ohio
State.
* * *
JIM WALTERS, Michigan's div-
ing hope, failed to qualify because
of a rule infraction. Standard
procedure for a diver is to before
the meet fill out a card of dives
and hand that to the head judge.
With that goes another card with
the same dive encircled.
In the process, someone circled
the wrong position of the dive
(Pike instead of layout) and the
announcer read the encircled
card. So in performing the dive
as he had written it, Walters
conflicted with the announced
version. The penalty of not do-
ing the dive as announced is
forfeit of .the score.
Sentiment was in this case all
on the diver's side, and many of-
ficials agreed that such strict ad-
herence to the letter of the law
should be eliminated.
A bright spot in the Michigan
picture occurred when the Wol-
verines defended their 400 yard
freestyle relay championship, beat-
ing second place Ohio State by a
substantial margin. The Michigan
quartet consisted of Hill, Jones,
Tom Benner, and Ron Gora.
Phillies, Konstanty
Stop Tigers, 6-2
LAKELAND, Fla.-()?)-Veteran
Jim Konstanty and rookie Paul
Penson combined to stop the De-
troit Tigers with five singles yes-
terday and give the Philadelphia
Phillies an easy 6-2 victory.
Konstanty, the National
League's Most Valuable Player in
1950, worked the first six innings,
allowing only four singles.
A pair of home run balls led
to the downfall of Tiger lefty
Billy Hoeft, who served up 24
gophers during the American
League season last year.
Rookie Stan Jok belted a solo
homer off Hoeft in the fourth and
shortstop Granny Hamner follow-
ed with a two-run homer in the
fifth.

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DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS

Mead, Relay Teams To Face Tough
Competition in Chicago Track Meet

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By KEN COPP
Eight Wolverine thinclads will
compete in the star-studded Chi-
cago Daily News Relays which are
to be held tonight at the Chicago
Stadium.
This meet, which annually
draws the top performers in the
track world, will be staged before
a sell-out crowd of close to 22,000.
COACH Don Canham will en-
ter high-jumper Milt Mead along
with the two-mile relay team com-
posed of Roy Christiansen, John
Moule, John Ross, and Pete Gray
and the mile relay team consisting
of Dave Hessler, Jack Carroll,
Grant Scruggs, and Gray.
In the high jump, Mead will
be competing against such indi-
vidual champions as Illini Ron
Mitchell and dentist Ken Weis-
ner. Mitchell is the current hold-
er of the Big Ten outdoor title
and Weisner holds the indoor
world record. Another top-flight
performer in this event will be
the University of California's
Sherm Wyatt who along with

Mitchell and Weisner consist-
ently jumps near six feet, nine
inches.
Back through the years the
Michigan representatives in the
two mile relay have won the event
three times. If they should win
again it will be the first time in
the history of the meet that a
team has copped the crown four
times.
JUST LAST week at the Knights
of Columbus meet in Cleveland this
same two-mile relay quartet ran
the universityrelay in the fastest
time of the indoor season. They
recorded a time of 3:29.3 to de-
feat national champion Fordham
and Syracuse, IC4A champions.
However they will be facing
tough competition from the
squads of Kansas, Michigan
State, and Indiana. Both the
Spartans and the Hoosiers have
won the event twice with this
being the first year for Kansas.
The fabulous Wes Santee will
head the Kansas contingent that
competed a month and a half ago
against the Wolverines and Spar-
tans in the MSC Relays.
HESSLER and Gray will be re-
placing Pete Sutton and Bob
Brown, both of whom are inJured,
in the one mile relay. Illinois and
Purdue will provide the toughest

competition for this mile relay
quartet.
Former Michigan track star Van
Bruner will also accompany the
squad and compete unattached in
the hurdles events. Harrison Dil-
lard, former Baldwin-Wallace star,
and Willard Thomson of Illinois
will be two of Bruner's top com-
petitors.
The third top man in the field
will be the famed University of
Indiana freshman, Milt Camp-
bell. Campbell placed second in
the 1952 Olympics in the rigorous
decathlon event and went on to
win the AAU decathlon just last
year.
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Prof. P. Slosson
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SUNDAY, MARCH 28,
8:00 P.M.
Topic: Eisenhower,
McCarthy and The 5th
Amendment
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