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Sunday - "CONQUEST OF SPACE"
Construction of the new $766,-
377 men's swimming pool at the
University of Michigan will begin
at once, H. O. Crisler, Wolverine
director of athletics, said yester-
Contract for the project has
been awarded to the low bidder,
the Henry W. deKening Construc-
tion Company of Ann Arbor, and
work will begin immediately with
plans calling for completion of the
structure by January, 1956.
The new building will be locat-
ed between the new athletic of-
fice building, now nearing com-
pletion at South State and Hoover
Streets and the Sports Building,
fronting Hoover Street, which now
houses the men's swimming plant.
It will be connected to both the
Sports Building and the new office
building, and will seat approxi-
mately 3,000 spectators for varsity
meets in contrast to the present
capacity of 900. Seats will be lo-
cated upon three sides of the pool
with special press, radio, and tele-
vision facilities also to be in-
New Diving Pool
A novel feature of the. new set-
up will be a special 20 by 40 foot
diving pool adjacent and connect-
ed with the varsity pool on one
side. An idea projected by Matt
Mann, retired Wolverine coach,
the set-up will enable both divers
and swimmers to work out simul-
taneously without the necessity of
synchronizing their workouts.
The diving pool will be 14 feet
deep while the varsity pool will be
75 feet in length by 45 feet with
a six-foot racing depth. A diver
tower with three elevations for
low board, highboard, and tower'
diving will be another feature of
the new pool. Adequate locker
room and training facilities also
will be part of the set-up.
Together with the Sports Build-
ing pool, swimming facilities will
be greatly increased while more
students than ever before will be
able to watch varsity meets. The
structure will enable Michigan to
play host to the country's major
meets more adequately than in the
past. Crisler said, "Michigan has
always had one of the finest ath-
letic plants to be found anywhere,
and it is our sincere desire to keep
it that way."
Gola Scores 23;
KANSAS CITY (-) - The na-
tion's No. 1 team, San Francisco,
exploited 6-10 All-American Bill
Russell relentlessly for a 62-50 tri-
umph over outclassed Colorado
last night. That put the Dons into
the finals against defending cham-
pion La Salle in the National Col-
legiate Athletic Assn. basketball
La Salle, utilizing the clutch
play of All-America Tom Gola,
bounced out Big Ten champion
Iowa 76=73 in the opening game
of the semi-final round before a
capacity 10,500 at the Municipal
In Saturday night's program
Iowa and Colorado will play for
Russell, rebounding d e m o n,
scored 24 points before he left the
floor with a tremendous salvo of'
applause with 3:02 left to play.
Colorado's last chance went with
little more than 14 minutes to
play as Colorado's biggest player,
6-7 center Burdette Haldorson,
went out of the game on five per-
At that point Russellpumped in
a free throw which moved S'an
Francisco ahead 30-21.
Shortly after that the game
turned into a walk-away as the
Dons sped to a 16-point margin,,
40-24, with little more than eight
minutes to play.
It was San Francisco's 25th
straight victory and gave the Dons
a 27-1 record. Their only setback
was by UCLA in their third game
,of the season.
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Buckeye Tankers Heavy
Favorites in NCAA Meet
The Newman Club Presents
REVEREND PHILIP HUGHES
Noted Historian and Author
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first
of three articles presenting an analy-
sis of the coming NCAA swimming
By LEW HAMBURGER
With the NCAA swimming
championships only a week away
Ohio State's defending champions
are heavy favorites to retain their
The meet, to be held next Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday at Mi-
ami University in Oxford, Ohio,
will see the return to champion-
ship competitionof the conven-
The Big Ten has two or three
potential standouts in the event
with Michigan's Bumpy Jones,
Michigan State's John Dudeck,
and Ohio State's Van Leer Hoff-
man, but the remainder of the
field is a question mark. Harvard's
Dave Hawkins is the top represen-
tative from the East.
Oyakawa Favored in Backstroke
In the butterfly event, Hawkins
and Jones will probably battle
down to the finish line as they did
a year ago when Jones' last ditch
effort was ruled not enough as the
judges awarded the closest of fin-
ishes to the Harvard star.
In the backstroke event there
Is no debate as to who is the odds-
on favorite in pre-meet selections.
Ohio State's diminutive Hawaiian,
Yoshi Oyakawa, unbeatable for
four years, is again a heavy fa-
vorite to capture both the 100 and
His teammate, Al Wiggins, fig-
ures to be high in the order of
finish at Miami also, although he
will have a tougher time than
Oyakawa, especially if Michigan
chooses to enter Jack Wardrop in
the event. Wardrop beat Wiggins
in the Big Ten meet, while losing
to Oyakawa by only a short dis-
Two sophomores, Lincoln Hur-
ring of Iowa and Charlie Krepp
of North Carolina, might also
'break into the lineup of six final-
ists in the backstroke events.
Their times are almost identical,
with Hurring's slightly faster thus
Stanford's Larry Heim, a final-
ist last year, is again a top per-
The individual medley finds
Wiggins the favorite over all com-
ers. The versatile Ohio sophomore
has broken all established records
for the event, and has lowered his
own marks several times.
Stager Can Choose From Trio
Michigan's Wardrops, or Jones
can all pick up the second and
third place points, as coach Gus
Stager will probably choose at
least one of the trio to oppose
Wiggins. Yale's Hendrick Gide-
onse, who placed second last year,
will again be tough.
The relay events find Yale and
Ohio State favored in the free-
style and medley relays, respec-
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The National Intercollegiate
Sectional Rifle meet will be held
on the Ann Arbor range today.
Individual shooting will start
at 8:30 a.m., with the teams go-
ing in the afternoon. A total of
ing in the afternoon. A total of
89 shooters from 15 teams will
be on hard. The Wolverine
marksmen are rated a good
chance to triumph.
Detroit 7, Philadelphia 6 (10 innings)
Milwaukee 14, Pittsburgh 13
St. Louis 4, Chicago (A) 3
New York (A) 6, Kansas City 0
New York (N) 9, Cleveland 6
Washington 5; Baltimore 4
Boston 5, Cincinnati 2
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