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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TIM

WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1954 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREW

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Two 'M' Cage ContestsMay Be Televised

*ToUELRUI flILr,

Cagers Drill for Pitt Battle;
Kramer Rounds Into Shape

Wilson's OK Needed To Put
Gopher MSC Tilts on TV

By STEVE HEILPERN
Don't be too surprised if Ron
Kramer enters the Michigan start-
ing lineup soon-this time on the
basketball court.
Although it was plainly visible
during last Tuesday night's fresh-
men-varsity contest that' Kramer
was way out of shape, Coach Bill
Perigo is very high on his chances
of breaking into the starting five
this season.
"Ron's quick changeover from
football to basketball had to have
ill effects at first!" said Perigo,
and this was evaenced by his
legs."
rgDifferent Muscles Used
The mentor was referring to the
many times that Kramer slipped
on the hardwood floor in last
week's tuneup contest. "This was
due to Kramer's. lack of control
over certain leg muscles. Football
and basketball are miles apart
when it comes to the use and
function of certain muscles, and
I'm confident that practice will
-ke all the difference in the
A Wld for him."
Kramer, a remarkable jumper
for his size (six feet, three inches)
can be used at either center or
forward. He will definitely see
some action Saturday night in the
Wolverines' opener against Pitt.
Another football end, Tom
Maentz, is also rounding into
shape slowly. Since Maentz did
not go out for the freshman team

last year, Perigo has no personal
"line" on his potentialities, but
will give him a full trial this sea-
son. Maentz will probably see lim-
ited action at forward in the Pitt
clash.
Fast Break Clicks
As far as the practice game went
in itself, Perigo could draw no
conclusions. "Our fast break was
working well for this time of year,
but our defense wasn't too sharp;
however, I've discovered that a
game of this sort is not necessarily
a criteria for the coming season."
Basketball coaches throughout
the country will be stressing foul
shooting more this year because of
the new foul rule. The new NCAA
ruling specifies that the player
fouled gets a second try if he sinks
his first attempt. He is always
awarded two shots, as in the past,
if he is fouled in the act of shoot-
ing; and all fouls in the last three
minutes of play are followed by
two throws from the 15foot mark.
*wm feat
The unveiling of Michigan's
1955 swimming team will take
place at the 20th annual Michigan
AAU meet on Friday afternoon
and evening.
With preliminary races slated
to start at 4:00 p.m., the 8:00 p.m.
program will include the finals of
the AAU events and an elaborate
water carnival.

The University of Michigan may
have two of its home basketball
games televised nationally over the
Columbia Broadcasting System
Coach Bill Perigo stated yesterday,
pending official word from Tug
Wilson, Big Ten Commissioner.
The contests, presently sched-
uled as night games on February
19 and March 5, are against Min-
nesota and Michigan State. If

FRANK ADAMS
... all-around gymnast

MAIZE TOPS BLUE:
Gymnastics Team Improves
In Second In ira-S quad Meet

By BOB JONES
An improved gymnastics squad
took to the apparatus yesterday as
coach Newt Loken sent his Wol-
verines through the second of a
series of intrasquad meets in the
IM Building gym.
The Maize half of the Michigan
aggregation downed the Blue for
its second win in the two meets,
this time by a score of 58/2 to
39%f. Loken was happier with this
week's showing than last's.
"The team showed an overall
improvement," he said. "But we
still need work on routines." Lo-
ken felt the best event this week
to be the side-horse, won by Tony
San Antonio of the Maize team.
The husky veteran is still bothered
by a wrist injury, and should im-
prove even more when he fully
recovers.
Freshmen Take-One-Two ,
Senior Frank Adams again look-
ed good in the all-around, taking
first for the Maize squad in tum-
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bling, trampoline, and on the high-
bar. Freshmen Allan Cornwall and
Ed Gagnier took one-two on the
parallel bars. Gagnier is still suf-
fering from a pulled shoulder-
muscle, sustained earlier this sea-
son.
Nick Wiese was the standout for
the Blue aggregation, winning the
flying-rings event and the free ex-
ercise. He also took a second to
Adams on the high-bar.
I-M Scores
PADDLE BALL
Pillpushers 3, simple Seven 0
Newman Club, 2, Evans Scholars 1
HANDBALL
Pi Lambda Phi 2, Beta Theta Pi 0
Sigma Alpha Mu 3, Sigma Nu 0
VOLLEYBALL
Professional Fraternties
Psi Omega 6, Alpha Rho Chi 0
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, Tau Epsilon Rho 0
Phi Alpha Delta 5, Delta Epsilon Pi 1
Nu Sigma Nu 6, Alpha Kappa Kappa 0
Delta Sigma Delta 5, Alpha Omega 1
Law Club 6, Phi Rho Sigma 0

televised, the game times would
be advanced to three in the after-
noon.
CBS Television plans to cover
Saturday Big Ten tilts during the
height of the basketball season,
giving its viewers a chance to see
each team in the conference at
least once on its home court. Cer-
tain problems of broadcasting
from East Lansing and Lafayette
have been encounteredwhich may
keep Michigan State and Purdue
from sharing in the video honors
on home floors.
Although still tentative, it is
almost a certainty that Michigan
will have its game with Minnesota
televised. There is a good chance
that the MSC contest will be- on
the air waves, too, although the
network has another basketball
game planned for the same time.
Coach Perigo - also stated that
the time alloted to the teams be-
tween halves would be increased
from ten to fifteen minutes in the
televised games.
SPORlT SHORTS
by the Associated Press
Ameche Wins Heisman Trophy
NEW YORK (i) - Alan (The
Horse) Ameche, Wisconsin full-
back, Tuesday was named winner
of the 20th Heisman Memorial
Trophy, annually presented to the
nation's outstanding football play-
er by the Downtown Athletic Club.
* * *

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