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THE MICHIGAN 4┬░DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 38, 1954

PAGE ~!X THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Grant Sparks Fired-Up
Wildcats with 21 Points

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SPIRITS LIFTED:
Gymnasts Bounce Back
After LosingTwo Meets

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-Daily-Chuck Kelsey
MICHIGAN CENTER HARVEY WILLIAMS DUNKS ONE IN A
LOSING CAUSE, AS NORTHWESTERN TRIUMPHS, 84-73
Wol veries' Big Ten Swim
Hopes Rest on Team Depth

By DON LINDMAN
Michigan's chances of dethron-
ing Ohio State as Big Ten swim-
ming champion are a lot brighter,
as a result of the showing. of the
Wolverine natators against Michi-
gan State last Saturday night,
Matt Mann's men showed tre-
mendous depth in overwhelming a'
good Spartan squad, 69-24. Team
depth will play a vital part in
Michigan's fight against an OSU
team boasting several super-stars
but having little depth.
* * *
THE WOLVERINES possess a
host of excellent sprint freestylers.
Ron Gora, Tom Benner, Jack
Wardrop,rand Don Hill combined
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their talents in the freestyle relay
to turn in the best time for the
event in national college swimming
history, 3:21.9.
The depth of Mann's Wolver-
ine swimming team is centered
around Bumpy Jones and the
Wardrop twins, Bert and Jack.
The Wardrops took first and sec-
ond places in the individual
medley. in their initial race in
college competition. Jones, who
ordinarily swims the individual
medley for Mann, uses his tal-
ents to capture the 220 and 440,
middle distance freestyle events.
In addition, Bert Wardrop gave
national breaststroke champion
John Dudeck quite a bit of trouble
in the 200-yard breaststroke, fin-
ally finishing second to the Spar-
tan star by about four feet. Bert
also swam breaststroke on the
winning medley relay team.
. . *.
JACK SHOWED his ability as a
sprinter by winning the 100-yard
freestyle and swimming on the rec-
ord-breaking freestyle relay team.
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By WARREN WERTHEIMER 1
Michigan ran into a red-hot
Northwestern five last night at
Yost Field House and suffered- its
fourth straight Big Ten cage loss,
84-73.
The .Wildcats, fresh from their
sensational 10 point victory over
Indiana Saturday night, connect-
ed on 30 of their 63 floor shots,
a terrific 47.6 percent.
* * *
DESPITE THIS display of
marksmanship, the Wolverines
were still in the contest late in
the fourth period, trailing by six
with possession of the ball. At this'
point however Jim Barron, who
played one of his poorest games of
the season, lost the ball twice in a
row and Northwestern turned
these breaks into a pair of clinch-
ing baskets.
Northwestern's two big men
(big horizontally and vertically)
gave Michigan fits under the
basket, especially in the first
half.
Harold "Bud" Grant, 6-6, and
Frank Petrancik, 6-8, neither of
whom was the least big shy about
throwing his weight around, tal-
lied 25 points between them in the
initial half to help the Wildcats
to a 48-43 edge at the intermission.
* * *
GRANT eventually finished up
as the game's high scorer with 21
markers.
When the pair of Northwest-
ern centers slackened their scor-
ing pace in the second half,
Frank Ehmann started connect-
ing, dropping 14 of his 20 tal-
lies through the twines in the
last two periods.
Once the .Wildcats took the lead
at 11-9 in the first quarter, Michi-
Iowa Loses
COLUMBUS - (P) - Iowa's
Hawkeyes, up to tonight the
co-leaders of the Big Ten bas-
ketball race with Indiana, were
upset here last night by the sur-
prising Buckeyes of Ohio State,
79-66. Iowa's title chances are
now virtually nill, unless it de-
feats Indiana next Monday at
Bloomington.
gan was never able to catch up.
Whenever the Maize and Blue
would close the gap, the winners
would come up with a key basket
or two and pull away.
DURING most of the encounter,
Northwestern's lead stayed around
six points, give or take a 'couple.
When Michigan cut the margin to
65-62 early in the final stanza,
the Wildcats applied the pressure
and the next time the losers con-
nected from the floor, they were
trailing 72-63. Northwestern then
coasted to its final 11-point mar-
gin.

igan's cause. The failure of Barron
to play up to his usual standards
plus the continued slump of Paulj
Groffsky also hurt the local five.
In the final analysis however,
Northwestern's ability to score
when it had to was the deciding
factor.
* * *
BARRON, while the high point-
getter for the Wolverines with' 19,
played a sloppy floor game, los-
ing possession of the ball and
throwing away passes a number of
times.
Don Eaddy and Milt Mead
both came up with one of their
better games of the year and it
was mainly through the effort
of these two that Michigan stay-
ed so close throughout the con-
test.
Eaddy, hitting consistently on
his one-handed jump shot, scored
18 points and did a good defensive
job on Ehmann when he was
guarding the high scoring Wild-
cat forward. Mead, while playing
less than half of the encounter,
dented the twines for 11 points
and did a man-size job off the
backboards.
HARVEY Williams with 14
markers was the other Michigan
dribbler in double figures. The 6-8
center displayed improved defen-
sive play as he blocked a number
of shots and showed to much bet-
ter advantage than in recent con-
tests.
Michigan began last night's
game playing a zone defense.
However the zone failed to stop
the Purple and White and Per-
igo's five went into a man-to-
man defense after four minutes
had gone by.
The teams traded 'baskets until
Grant and Petrancik scored 11
consecutive Wildcat points for an
18-13 lead.
The winners maintained this
lead through the next period as
Eaddy and Grant had a scoring
duel. The 5-11 Michigan guard
tallied eight markers while Grant
connected for 10 points, eight of
them in a row.
* * *
BOTH TEAMS slowed the pace
after the halftime rest. At one time
the Ann Arbor five cut the deficit
to 55-52, but Ehmann's seven point
splurge helped Northwestern pull
away once again.
* * *

By DAVE BAAD
Coach Newt Lokeh's spirit took
a turn for the better this past Sat-
urday, as his Michigan gymnastics
team rolled to a smashing 651/-
39%/2 victory over Minnesota.
Afterddropping two straight
meets during the between semes-

Jim Winkler, who has been
consistently picking up first
place in tramp competition,
dropped to second behind Adams
against the Gophers. Attempting
a new maneuver, he tired him-
self with too much preparatory
jumping, and consequently was
too fatigued to turn in his usual
performance in the routines.
The most consistent of Michi-
gan gymnasts, Captain Mary John-
son, copped a pair of firsts in the
win over Minnesota, and Lee
Krumbholz turned in his best per-
formance of the season to win the
side horse and give the Wolverines
five wins for the evening.
KRUMBHOLZ has been some-
what of a disappointment all year,
but Saturday he garnered 17
points and should be a factor in
There will be an important
meeting of the "M" Club to-
night at 7:30 p.m. in the "M"
room in Yost Field House. All
members are urged to attend.
--Bronse Rumsey
Michigan's chances for next
mon's Big Ten championships.
There are three more Michigan
home meets, one on each of the
next three Saturdays. Ohio State
will be here next Saturday fol-
lowed by Northwestern and Mich-
igan State.
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ter's vacation to Illinois and Iowa
respectively, Loken had serious
doubts about the Wolverine
chances against the Gophers and
the remainder of the season's op-
position.
* * *
TO MAKE matters worse, Harry
Luchs, a consistent point scorer1
in first semester competition was
declared ineligible following the
46%-45% loss to Iowa.
However, Frank Adams, com-
peting for the first time this
season, turned in one of the -best
performances of his career while
picking up two firsts and spark-
ed the Wolverines to their first
win since beating Wisconsin in
mid-January.
Adams, displaying tremendous
confidence, demonstrated no ill ef-
fects from his one semester var-
sity layoff as he captured both the.
trampoline and tumbling events.
He took 252 points in the former
and grabbed 262 in the finale.
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The Wolverines, while not
putting on one of their better
performances of the season, still
played, according to Coach Bill
Perigo, "their best game since
the between semester break."
The Maize and Blue tallied 34
percent of its field goal attempts
and after a poor start in the
initial' quarter rebounded even
® with the Wildcat quintet.
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Kurka 2, Grant 5, Ehmann 2, Bra-
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Jorgenson 2, Williams, Mead.
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