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SUNDAY, FMRUARY 21, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverine Gym,

Tank Squads Sweep Dual Meets

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Cagers Lose
To Badgers
SMadison
'M' Drops Eighth
Conference Tilt
(Continued from Page 1)
ANOTHER factor, besides the
poor shooting by the Wolverines,
which kept the Michigan point
production low, was the excellent
defense thrown up by the Wiscon-
sin cagers. The Badgers used a
2-1-2 zone which completely baf-
fled the Perigo men.
On Monday, Michigan will, trav-
el to Minneapolis where it will
encounter Minnesota. The Go-
phers, currently sporting a seven
won, four lost record in Big Ten
play, were defeated by Ohio State
last night, 84-73. Minnesota is
led by the superlative Dick Gar-
maker who is in third place in the
Western Conference scoring race

Loken's Gymnasts Blast
Ohio State Team, 64-32

Illinois Defeats Wolverines,
58 %-55/, in Track Meet
Close Victory in Mile Relay Clinches Win,
As Fessenden Beats Scruggs by Half Step
0' -_________

Swimmers Maul Iowa
For 14th Straight,75-18

By PHIL DOUGLIS
Michigan's gymnastics squad
pulverized Ohio State yesterday,
64-32, as Wolverine captain Mary
Johnson put on a sensational one
man show by winning three events.
Newt Loken's charges picked up
four wins in all, and showed tre-
mendous depth as they rolled to
their fourth dual meet win of the
year, garnering six second-place
finishes, three thirds, t h r e e
fourths, and two fifths.
* * *
JOHNSON won the high bar,
parallel bars, and flying rings, one
right after the other. The veteran
captain also polled a fourth and
a 'tie for second, netting a total of
22 points for the day.
Johnson's greatest showing
was in the high bar, as he effort-
lessly swept around the steel
bar, vaulting, twisting, and som-
ersaulting to a 262 point victory,
the highest point total of the
day.
Lee krumbholz won the side
horse with a 253 total (out of a
possible 300) to add Michigan's
fourth victory of the afternoon.
Krumbholz offset the loss of Jim
Barbero, who was lost due to a se-
lective service entaglement. How-
ever a late telegram from Barbero
revealed that he has been defer-
red and will join the squad for its
next meet.
* * *
FOR THE BUCKEYES, it was
a dark day, with Captain Don Per-

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ry as the only gleam of light. Per-
ry won both the trampoline and
tumbling events and placed in
three others to total 161/2 points,
over half of Ohio State's entire
score.
Krumbholz, who added two
seconds, a third and a fifth, to
his horse triumph, garnered 18
points for his afternoon's work.
Dick Bergman, who finished sec-
ond only to Johnson on the flying
rings, turned in probably the most
thrilling maneuver of the day
when he wound up his routine
with a double flyaway, one of the
most difficult of all flying ring
tricks. The maneuver, which saw
Bergman hurtle off the rings into
a d o u bl e somersault, wasn't
enough to win, but it brought a
roar from the crowd. It was the
first time that Bergman had at-
tempted it in a meet.
COACH LOKEN was enthused
over the outcome, especially over
the continued success of his new
sophomore duo, Chico San An-
tonio and Frank Adams. Antonio
garnered a second on the side-
horse, and a third place tie on the
parallel bars, while Adams took a
third on the high bar and fourths
on the tramp and in tumbling.
Yesterday's win was Michigan's
fourth in six dual meets, and with
three more to go, Loken speculated
that his squad will be more than
well prepared for the Big Ten
meet, which is to be held on March
12th and 13th in Columbus.

By DAVE LIVINGSTON
Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN, Illinois - Michi-
gan's tracksters can never lose a
closer one to Illinois than they did
in yesterday afternoon's dual meet
here in the Illinois armory.
With the outcome riding on the
final mile relay event, Illinois an-
chorman Ralph Fessenden lunged
across the tape a half step ahead
of Wolverine Grant Scruggs to
give the Illini a 581-555% edge in
the final score.
ILLINOIS ran an all-star quar-
tet of Joe Corley, Cirilo McSween,
Gene Maynard, and Ralph Fessen-
den against 'an equally potent
Maize and Blue outfit of Bob
Brown, Pete Sutton, Jack Carroll,
and Sruggs in the relay.
The time of 3:17.7 set a new
Illinois and armory record, but
even at that the relay had to
take a back seat to the 880,
where Michigan's sophomore
sensation Pete Gray and Illinois'
conference titlist Gene Maynard
sprawled across the finish line
in a dead heat to break nearly
every record in the book.
Their time of 1:52.4 bettered the
Illinois armory and dual meet
marks and was three-tenths of a
second faster than the Big Ten
standard set last year by Illinois'
Stacy Siders.

with an average of 23.5
per game.

BOX SCORE
MICHIGAN G
Groffsky, f .......... 3
Jorgenson, f ......... 3
Allen, f ......... 1
Codwel, f ....... 0
Mead, f-c ............0
Stern, f ............. 1
Williams, c ........1
Vawter, c......... 0
Eaddy, g ........ 6
Barron, g .......... 5
Pavichevich, g ...... 0
Totals .. ..........20

WISCONSIN G
Cable, f ............ 4
Stracka, f ..........4
Schachte, f .......... 0
Daly, f............1
Mueller, f ........... 2
Clinton, f.........0
Morrow, c ........... 4
Folz, c..............0.
Parker, c ............ 2
Weber, g ......6
Weisner, g ........... 3
Spika, g ............ 0
Miller, g ....,.......0
Godfrey, g1..........1
Jorgensen, g . 0.....
Totals ........... .27

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F
1
0
3
0
4
1
1
2
4
0
16
F
5
5
0
2
1
1
3
0
2
1
1
0
2
0
0
23

points;
P T
2 7
3 6
1 5
3 0
0 4
1 3
5 3
1 0
3 14
4 14
0 0
23 56
P T
2 13
1 13
0 0
3 4
1 5
3 1
3 11
0 0
0 6
1 13
0 7
4 0
0 2
0 2
0 0
18 77
19-56
22-77

AS HAD been expected, the I-
lini had things pretty much their
own way in the hurdles, sweeping
the first three places In the lows
and relinquishing only a tie for
third to Wolverine Jim Love in the
highs. Willard Thompson won the
highs in a record :08.5 while Wil-
lie Williams took the lows in :07.9.
In the much heralded quarter
mile event, Illinois grabbed two
of the three places as Scruggs
picked up the only points for
Michigan, finishing three yards
behind Fessenden, while Sut-
ton and Carroll both trailed
third place winner MeSween
across the tape. Fessenden's win-
ning time was :49 flat.
Ross paced the field in the mile
run with a good time of 4:13.9, fol.
lowed by John Moule and Ron
Wallingford, a sophomore, who
came back to win the two mile in
9:41.3 with George Lynch and Bob
Hall copping second and third,
respectively.
ILLINOIS' Williams ran the 60-
yard dash in :06.1 to win easily
over teammate-Corley andhWol-
verine John Vallortigara, who tied
for second.
The two teams split the first
places in the field events, as Ron
Mitchell led the Illini with a
leap of 6' 7% inches for a new
Illinois, armory, and dual meet
high jump record. Michigan
sophomore Mark Booth soared
6' 4" to place second ahead of
Illinois' Dick Wham.
The Wolverines scored their
third clean sweep of the day in
the broad jump where Junior
Stielstra paced the field with al
jump of 23' 41/8" followed by Tom
Hendricks and Bill Michaels.
* * *
FRITZ NILSSON. had little
trouble winning the shot put with
a toss of 52' %", while Wolverine
teammate Roy Pella took third be-
hind Illinois' John Bauer.
Dale Foster cleared 13' 4" to
beat out Michigan's Rogert Maugh
and Bob Appleman in the pole
vault.

Special to The Daily
IOWA CITY-Speeding to three
Iowa pool records, Michigan's
Wolverines won every event to
slaughter the underdog Hawks 75-
18 and register their 15th consec-
utive dual meet win over a span
of two seasons. The meet was no
contest, and from the start it was
aparent that the Iowa team had
little chance for victory.
In the opening event, the Michi-
gan medley relay team, composed
of backstroker John Chase, breast-
stroker Glen Miller, and freestyler
Tom Benner, sped far ahead of
the Iowa team to post a Wolver-
ine first and start the ball rolling
with a time of 2:56.8.
* * *
OLYMPIC STAR Bumpy Jones
edged out teammate Jack Ward-
rop in the 220 yard crawl to give
Michigan eight of the available
nine points in the event. Buddy
Lucas, the Iowa captain, finished
third as Jones churned the dist-
ance in 2:11.8.
All American Don Hill shat-
tered an Iowa pool record in thej
50 yard freestyle when he raced
to victory in 22:7. Bobby Knoxj
finished second to the Maize
and Blue sprinter as Michigan
scored eight more points. Jack
Wardrop beat his brother Bert
in the 150 yard individual med-
ley and set a new pool record in
the former record of teammate
Bumpy Jones from the books.
Jim Walters, who is being heav-
ily counted on for valuable points
by Coach Mann in the coming Big
Ten Meet, captured first place in
the high dive scoring 316.5 points.
Charly Bates finished second for
the Wolverines. Coming back aft-
er the medley relay Co-Captain
Benner sped to first place ahead of
teammate Bob Knox in the 100
yard freestyle, the winning time
being 52.
JOHN CARRUTHERS had an
easy time of it in the 200-yard
backstroke taking top honors in
2:20.9. Iowa gained its only sec-
ond place of the day in this event
exclusive of the relays. Don Van-
derWater took the runner up spot
for the Hawkeyes, and Ed Mul-
lahey finished third.
Wolverine ace Jones, swim-
ming breaststroke for the first

time this season nicked out a
win over another Maize and
Blue speedster Bert Wardrop, in
the grueling 200 yard breastroke.
The Detroit swimmer was clock-
ed at 2:24. to annex another
MHichigan triumph.
In the rugged 440-yard freestyle
Jack Wardrop broke the Iowa Poll
record held by Michigan State's
Bert MacLaughlan when he gar-
nered another first place for the
invaders from Ann Arbor in the
time of 4:39.2. Chicagoan Ron
Gora spashed home second to his
Scottish teammate.
* * *
CLIMAXING the afternoon's
festivities the Wolverine 400-yard
relay team of Benner, Chase,
Knox, and Hill swam away from
the Iowa quartette with anchor
man Hill crossing the finish line
in 3:33.6.
Iowa was quite unimpressive
throughout the meet and seems to
have little hope of success when
they come to Ann Arbor for the
Big Ten championships. For the
undefeated Michigan team it was
just another afternoon of swim-
ming, and Iowa hardly proved to
be much of a tune-up for next
week's long anticipated clash with
Ohio State.

College Sports Roundup

M' NCAA Hockey Hopes Still Alive

Matmen Beat
Tough State
Team, 15-9
Keen's Charges
Gain Eighth Win
(Continued from Page 1)
points as he decisioned the 167-
pound Big Ten champion, Vito
Perrone. Rumsey finished fourth
in this event last year and cer-
tainly proved himself when the
points were needed.
The Wolverines will meet the
Ohio State Buckeyes next Satur-
day at Columbus, Ohio and then
travel to East Lansing the next
week for the much-awaited Big
Ten Championships.
WRESTLING SUMMARIES
123-Don Phillips (MSC) defeated
Frank Hirt (M)
130-Norvard Nalan (M) defeated Jim
Sinadinos (MSC)
137-Andy Kaul (M) defeated Ed Cas-
alicchio (MSC)
147-Don Haney (M) defeated Bill
Tambo (MSC)
157-Bob Hoke (MSC) defeated John
McMahon (M)
167-Harold Holt (M) defeated Ted
Lennox (MSC)
177-Bronson Rumsey (M) defeated
Vito Perrone (MSC)
Henvyweight-Larry Fowler (MSC) de-
feated Bob Hurley (M)

Michigan ...........14 12 11
Wisconsin ..........19 17 19

(Continued from Page 1)
After more than half the first
period passed in somewhat sloppy
fashion, Gordon King turned John
Gipp's 15-foot blast past Ikola's
skate to give Michigan State a 1-0
lead at the 12:41 mark.
THE WOLVERINES stepped up
their pace in an effort to tie the
game but it wasn't until 9:46 of the
second period that it was accom-
plished out of a scramble in front
of the net.
Schiller turned away two dan.
gerous drives but then the puck
rolled to defenseman Jim Haas
who pushed it into the wide

SPORTS
HANLEY GUR WIN
Night Editor

open left hand corner. Chin and
Mullen received assistg on the
score.
State's second goal came when
Heyliger, trying to give MacFar-
land a rest, iced a line of Philpott,
Goold and Yves Hebert. The Spar-
tans had several good shots before
Derio Nicoli slipped a 45 foot
screen shot by the startled Michi-
gan netminder.
SCORING SUMMARY
FIRST PERIOD--Goals: 1. Michigan
State, King (Gipp, .Olson), 12:41
Penalties: Michigan State; Thomas
(high-sticking), 4:54 Mi c h i g an;
Dunn, (high-sticking), 4:54; Haas

(elbowing), 8:28; Buchanan (inter-
ference), 14:10; Dunn (cross-check-
ing), 14:32
SECOND PERIOD - Goals: 2. MICHI-
GAN, Haas (Mullen), 9:46; 3. Mich-
igan State, Nicoli (Waks, Raz), 12:
38; 4. MICHIGAN, Philpott (Bu-
chanan, MacFarland), 16:58; 5.
MICHIGAN, Chin (Cooney, Mullen).
17:57. Penalties: Michigan State:
Nico, , -'ding), 9:03, 0 ls o n
((hookin., S
THIRD PERIOD-Goals: None. Pen-
alties: Michigan State: Nicoli (slash-
ing), 1:28; Gipp (slashing), 8:15;
King (hooking), 9:11; Ward (rough-
ing), 11:03, Sauve (high-sticking);
12:15. Michigan; Philpott (tripping),
7:26; Cooney (high-sticking), 8:15;
Cooney (roughing), 11:03; Philpott
(high-sticking), 12:15.

BASKETBALL
Ohio State 84, Minnesota 73
Indiana 63, Michigan State 61
Northwestern 90, Purdue 72
Wisconsin 77, Michigan 56
Illinois 74, Iowa 51
Notre Dame 84, Navy 72
Beloit 56, Wabash 48
Butler 65, Valparaiso 63
Indiana Central 86, Earlham 63
Richmond 78, Washington and Lee 71
Princeton 59, Harvard 56
St. John's 72, Temple -(overtime)
Cornell 66, Columbia 57
Kansas 78, Iowa State 70
Missouri 66, Oklahoma 51
Western Kentucky 108, Tennessee
Tech 63
Oklahoma A&M 79, Detroit 58
St. Louis 71, Wyoming 55
Rice 76, Arkansas 62
Pennsylvania 56, Dartmouth 48
Syracuse 71, Penn State 69
Rutgers 79, Lehigh 65
Washington of St. Louis 78, Indiana
State 60
TCU 76, Texas A&M 57
Miss. state 70, Florida 66
Tulane 54, Alabama 50
Texas 78, Baylor 53
Mississippi 80, Georgia 66

Louisville 88, Marquette 79
Wake Forest 57, William & Mary (ov-
ertime)
Furman 66, South Carolina 50
North Carolina State 113, Clemson 51
Duke 67, North Carolina 63
Niagara 69 Georgetown 56
Manhattan 82, Loyola 81
Hanover 89, DePauw 86
St. Joseph's 82, Ball State 60
Kentucky Wesleyan 89, Evansville 72
Baltimore University 146, Catholic
University 121
SWIMMING
St. Louis U 50, Indianapolis AC 34
Wisconsin 47, Purdue 46
FENCING
Notre Dame 15, Illinois 12
WRESTLING
Purdue 20, Indiana 6
TRACK
Indiana 66f, Notre Dame 37%

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