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r SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1954

THE 'MICHIGAN IOAII Y

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Relays

Wolverines Face Ainnesota
In Gymnastics Meet Tonight

'M' Natators Kansas' Santee Heads List
Battle State Of Star-Studded Opposition;

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By DON LINDMAN
Michigan's gymnastics squad
will attempt to rebound from al
disasterous mid-year road trip
when it meets a strong Minnesota
team tonight at 9:00 in the main
gym of the Sports Building.
After winning a pair of home
contests, the Wolverines were the
victims of two upsets between se-
mesters. Illinois beat the Michigan
team 55-41, while Iowa came
through with a stunning 481%-47%/
victory over the highly rated Wol-
verine squad.
* * *
TONIGHT'S meet promises to
be a very tight contest. Minneso-

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ta has beaten Iowa, Northwestern,
and Indiana in earlier matches.
Its only loss came last Saturday
at the hands of the power-packed
Illini, 56-40.
The Minnesota gymnasts will
present four top performers in
Captain Duane Eklin, Harry
Brown, Doug Day,'and Jim Jack-
son. The versatile Day is the Go-
phers' top man on the parallel
bars, side horse, and high bar.
Eklin is the visitors' top tumbler,
while Jackson performs on the
flying rings and Brown is a
trampoline artist.
Coach Newt Loken-s charges will
be minus the services of Harry
Luchs, one of the top all-around
performers in the Big Ten this
year, when they face the Gophers.
The Conference parallel bars
Konno Splashes
COLUMBUS-(A)-Ford Kon-
no, Ohio State's Olympic swim-
ming champion from Hawaii,
broke the world record in the
220-yard free style yesterday
as Ohio State defeated Indiana
65-28.
Konno was ,timed in 2:04.8,
breaking the record of 2:05.5
set by John Marshall of Yale
in 1950.
champion in 1952, Luchs is ineligi-
ble for the remainder of the sea-
son due to scholastic difficulties.
THE LOSS of Luchs will be
partly compensated by the eligibil-
ity of Frank Adams and Anthony
San Antonio. Loken feels that
Adams and San Antonio will add
strategic depth to the Wolverine
squad.
Adams has shown champion-
ship potential in several exhibi-
tions earlier in the season. San
Antonio has also performed well
in exhibitions and has looked
especially good on the side horse,
a Wolverine weak spot.
Loken plans to use virtually the
same lineup seen in the Wolver-
ines' two previous home meets, the
only changes being the loss of
Luchs and the addition of Adams
and San Antonio.

At 1-211 Pool
Sporting five All-Americans and
two newly-eligible sophomores,
Michigan's swimming squad is set
for tonight's meet with unbeaten
Michigan State here at the Intra-
mural Pool.
All-Americans Bumpy Jones,
Ron Gora, Don Hill, Tom Benner
ad John Chase are but a few of
the obstacles in State's way. The
Wardrop twins, Bert and Jack,
should add considerably to the
Maize and Blue hopes. The twins,
both holding British champion-
ships, have just become eligible for'
varsity competition.
* * *
COACH CHARLES McCaffree
and his MSC natators will depend
heavily upon mainstays Chuck
Baldwin, Tom Payette, Jack Hell-
wege and Lanny Johnson. All but
the latter were members of last
year's All-American squad.
The East Lansingers have top-
pled their five previous oppo-
nents, holding the upper hand in
meets with Illinois, Wisconsin,
Iowa State, Iowa and Purdue.
Matt Mann's Wolverines havej
taken twelve straight in the past
two seasons, four of them this
year.
Victimized by Mann's 1954 en-,
tourage have been Oklahoma,
Northwestern, Iowa State and
Purdue, Mann, incidentally will be
facing the Spartans for" the last
time in a dual meet. The venerable
mentor is guiding his last team
before retirement in June.
INTRAMURAL SCORES
VOLLEYBALL
Psychology "B" 4, Museum 1
(Faculty Championship)
PADDLEBALL
Beta Theta Pi 2, Alpha Sigma
Phi 1

Michigan's thinclads will face
the cream of Midwest track talent
today in the 32nd annual Michi-
gan State Relays,
Coach Don Canham is taking a
band of 36 Wolverines to East Lan-
sing where they will compete in
a field including full squads from
such cinder powers as Kansas, Illi-
nois, Notre Dame, Ohio State,
Pittsburgh, Kansas State, and host
Michigan State.
* * *
HIGHLIGHTING the afternoon
and evening track carnival at Jen-
ison Fieldhouse will be the ap-

tance medley doesn't depend en-
tirely on Santee, either, for the
relay team includes other members
of the cross country squad that
owns the National Collegiate cross-
country championship.
Michigan will counter in the
event with the promising sopho-
more Pete Gray, who won the
1,000 yard run in the Michigan
AAU meet with a record 2:14.5,
Grant Scruggs, a junior who has
been running brilliantly all sea-
son, and veterans John Moule
and John Ross, the Big Ten in-
door mile champ.
The mile relay, in which Can-
ham will enter Pete Sutton, Ross
McNab, Scruggs, and conference
440 titlist Jack Carroll promises to
develop into a dual between the
Wolverines and always powerful
Illinois.
In the two mile relay George
Lynch, Moule, Roy Christianson,1
and either Ross of Gray will de-
fend the title Michiganhwon in
that event last year. The only
other Wolverine returning with a
title to defend is Captain Fritz
Nilsson in the shot put.
Bob Rudisell, Dave Hessler, Bob
Brown, and Goeff Dooley will com-
pete in the sprint relay, whilei
other Wolverine cindermen will
enter 12 individual events.

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SKY-HIGH CHILLS
ON MOUNTAIN PEAK

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At the same time Canham has
packed the top men of his Maize
and Blue powerhouse into the dis-
tance medley, two-mile, sprint,I
and mile relays.
* * *i
KANSAS' strength in the dis-

ichigan Cage Squad Invades
Columbus for Clash with OSU

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Feb. 17-20 - 8 P.M.
Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater
227 S. Ingalls
NO 8-6300

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A double win would just about
insure the Wolverines of a better
Y finish than last year.

Cintema SLd quildpent
presentts
IT HAPPENED
ONE NIGHT
with
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WALTER CONNOLEY
SATURDAY 7 and 9
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GRILLER STRING QUARTET

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PAUL BADURA-SKODA
Viennese Pianist

SIDNEY GRILLER, 1st Violin
JACK O'BRIEN, 2nd Violin

PHILIP BURTON, Viola
COLIN HAMPTON, Cello

and the

ANN ARBOR DEBUT

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