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PAGE SIX

THE MCRIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, FEBR'[3ART 13, 1955

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1955

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Wins Game
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With the Ohio State and Big
Ten championship swimming
meets just around the corner, the
Wolverine swimming squad dis-
played overall strength that could
mean the return of the Confer-
ence crown to Ann Arbor and an,
undefeated season.
As the Maize and Blue tank
squad overwhelmed M i c h i g a n
State and Northwestern over the
past weekend to remain unbeaten
in dual meet competition, it show-
ed strong team depth.
Knox Returns
The most noteworthy incident
was the return of Bob Knox to
competition. Knox, who is a
sprinter, performed for the Wol-
verines last year, but gave up all
competitive swimming to concen-
trate on his dental studies. When
he felt that he could manage his
studies and swimming adequately,
Knox asked Coach Gus Stager to
place him on the squad roster once
more.
Stager commented that he was
glad to have Knox return to the
squad.
"Bob isn't in shape as yet, but
he should be ready to go by the
time the Ohio State and Big Ten
meets come around. When he is
ready he should be able to cop
second-place finishes," Stager add-
ed.
Wins Freestyle Event
Knox won the 50-yard freestyle
against Northwestern with a :24.5
timing. He trailed his teammate
Ron Gora in the 100-yard free-
style, covering the distance in
:53.3. If Knox can better his times
in the Ohio State and Big Ten
meets, Michigan's chances of win-
ning will be considerably bright-
ened.

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The return of Knox to compe- The only mishap of the two-day
tition enables Stager to take John trip occurred whert Bert Wardrop
O'Reilly out of the sprint races came down with a cold. He will be
and use him in the 220 and 440 out for a few days.
freestyle races. The junior from Stager added that the past two
Park Ridge, Ill. swam the 440 in + meets provided an opportunity for
4:50.8, his best time in that event his swimmers, other than his top

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for Michigan. He should lower that'
time considerably for the cham-
pionship meets.
Stager said he was also im-
pressed with the timma turned in
by Harrison Wihner. The prom-
All 'M' Men are reminded of
the 'M' Club meeting tonight at
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Yost Fieldhouse.
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ising sophomore was clocked in
2:13.6 for the 220-yard freestyle
against MSC, only .6 off the win-
ning time of John O'Reilly. Weh-
ner also hit 4:58.0 for the 400-
yard freestyle the same evening.
Jones, Gora Win
Capt. "Bumpy" Jones and Ron
Gora had no trouble winning their
events. Gora hit his best time,
:51.5, in the 100-yard freestyle
against the Spartans, and the
senior from Chicago should have
no trouble winning the sprint
races in the forthcoming cham-
pionship meets.
Jones demonstrated his versa-
tility by winning four different
meets. Not being pressed, the De-
t oit senior swam his specialty, the
150-yard individual medley, in one
of his slower clockings, churning
the distance in 1:29.8. He never-
theless set a new pool and dual
meet record. The pre-med student
also captured the 440-yard free-
style against the Spartans, and the
220-yard freestyle and 200-yard'
breaststroke against Northwest-
ern.
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men such as Jone,, Gora, and the
Wardrops to get a taste of com-
petition. These sophs and juniors
will be holding the line for Michi-
gan in the coming campaigns, and
the experience tkey gain now is
vital.
The Maize and Blue will meet
the Iowa Hawkeyes in the varsity
pool this Saturday, and then will
be host to the Buckeyes from Ohio
State the following week.
Olympic Group
To,. Select Stars
NEW YORK (.)-The Olympic
Track and Field Committee will
meet here next Sunday to select
members of the U.S. team to com-
pete in the second Pan American
Games in Mexico City March 12-
26.

Northwestern picked up the, re-
bound and now it had a chance to
pull the game out of the fire. Du-
hart threw up a jump shot from
the foul line that missed. The ball
was batted high in the -air and
Eaddy obtained possession of the
elusive leather.
Eaddy tossed the ball to Jor-
genson who flipped a perfect
bounce pass to Kramer in the
pivot. Then came the climactic
field goal.
The victory avenged an earlier
defeat at the hands of Northwest-
ern at Evanston. It brought Mich-
igan's Western Conference record
up to the .500 mark: four wins and
four defeats. Coach Bill Perigo and
his cagers now share fourth place
with Michigan State and North-
western.
Michigan Starts Well
For a while it looked as if the
Wolverines were going to run
away from the Wildcats. At one
time in the first half Michigan
scored 17 points to Northweste-'n's,

PAUL GROFFSKY, Ron Kramer, Tom Jorgenson, and two un-
identified Northwestern players appear engrossed in the course
taken by the ball as they fight for a rebound in the first half of
last night's game.

four to give the home team a 35-
A euge with six minutes left in
the first half.
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Mikan Absent
The Lakers, who were the
scourge of the league, are playing
without the services of George
Mikan, who retired to become the
general manager of the Minnesota
hoop squad. Clyde Lovellette,
former All-American from Kansas,
has been Mikan's replacement and
has been averaging close to 19
points per game this season. With-
out the services of "Mr. Basket-
ball, for Wayne has been combin-
given ilp their divisional leader-
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While Minneapolis has been
playing good but erratic basket-
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strong rebounding, to make a run-
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squad, with such giants as Larry Boston, paced by the fearful
Foust, George Yardley, Don Mein- threesome of Bob Cousy, Bill
ke, Mel Hutchins and. Bob Hou- Sharman, and Ed Macauley, have
bregs, and top playmakers such tallied better than 100 points in
as Max Zaslofsky, Andy Phillip, more than 50 per cent of their
and Frank Brian. contests. They have been receiv-
Fort Wayne's leadership can ing valuable aid from Frank Ram-
best be realized by the statistics sey, former Kentucky great, in the
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leading the league in defense, al- ments, and the. Celtics will battle
lowing their opponents an average Syracuse down to the wire for the
of 88 points a game, while they are division crown.
ripping the cords for 92 points per Syracuse, currently holding down
game. first place in the Eastern Divi-
Difference Important sion, has a veteran squad, headed
The four-point difference aby Dolph Schayes, Paul Seymore,
game tells the story of their divi- and Red Rocha. The Nate will
sion lead. The Indiana squad is have to win more consistently than
also third in total rebounds and they have been doing in the past
second in assists. few weeks, if they hope to stave
In the Eastern Division of the off the threat to their champion-
N.B.A., a new face can also be ship hopes, posed by the Celtics.
found. After trailing the New Two rookies, 'who were the col-
York Knickerbockers, who won the legiate scoring leaders last season,
Eastern Crown for the past three have shown that graduation did
years, the Syracuse Nationals and not hamper their scoring eyes.
Boston Celtics are waging a fierce Selvy Stars
battle for division supremacy. Frank Selvy, who set most of the
New York's demise can be traced major collegiate scoring records
to their woefully* weak bench. The while playing for Furman, and
Knick's lost such outstanding bas- Bob Pettit, All-American- from
ketball players as Ernie Vander- L.S.U., have shoved such top scor-
weghe, -Vince Boryla, and Fred ers as Neil Johnston, Paul Arizini
Schaus to retirement, and have and Bob Cousy into the back-
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quate replacements. scorers.

splurge of points gave the Maize
and Blue a 60-51 lead with 12:48
remaining. But the visitors kept
battling and would never give up.
The one very sour note in an
otherwise sweet evening was Mich-
igan's inability to cash in from
the charity line. The winners could
only make 50 per cent of their
free throws, hitting on ,18 of 36
shots.
Foul Shooting Off
Personal fouls also slowed
down the Wolverines. Captain
Paul Groffsky fouled out late in
the first half and this hurt Mich-
igan perceptibly. Jorgenson and
Stern played a large portion of the
game with four personals.
The winners had a rough time
in the "battle of the boards."
Stern led both squads with 10 de-
fensive snares but Michigan was
outrebounded, 32-25.

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