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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1956

'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-PAGE THREE"

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1,1956T HE MICHIGAN flAIIN PA (W ~iPu~~

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Michigan Cagers Open Season

Today;

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Swimmers Host for Meet in New Pool

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G Team
To Confront
Loop Rivals
By AL JONES
Today the Michigan gymnastics
team will answer Coach Newt
Loken's question of the year: "How
do the Wolverines shape up
against the Big Ten's other gym-
nasts?"
This afternoon at 1:30 and
again this evening at ,7:30 the
Midwest Open gymnastics com-
petition will be underway in Chi-
cago. All of the Big Ten teams.
plus eight other midwest teams,
will compete.
The afternoon competition will
include free calisthenics, long
horse, side horse, still rings, and'
the trampoline event. The eve-
ning competition will be the hori-
zorital bars, parallel bars, flying
rings, and tumbling.
Count on Wiese, Warren
Michigan will be hoping for
some winners' points from Co-
Captains Nick Wiese and Wayne
Warren. Wiese's specialty is the
flying rings, which he should be
favored in, while he is also 'out-
standing in the still rings, tumbl-
ing, and high bar.
Warren will be shooting for vic-
tories in the side horse and parallel
bars events. Sophomore Jim Hays-
lett will experience his first varsity
competition and Loken expects
that he will place well in the
meet. His specialty is the free
calisthenics competition.
Although the Wolverines have
now way of guessing the power of
other teamsgbesides the number
of returning lettermen, it appears
as if Illinois and Michigan State
will be the teams to beat.

Receives

A ward

Delaware Invades wolverine Court;
'Gala' Event To Test 'M' Swimmers

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TOMMY McDONALD
. . .to get Maxwell Trophy
PHILADELPHIA (RP)-Tommy
McDonald, fleet halfback for
the unbeaten Sooners of Okla-
homa, was named player of the
year by the Maxwell Memorial
Football Club yesterday.
Last year's Maxwell choice
was Howard 'Hopalong' Cassa-
dy, All-American from Ohio
State.
Army, Navy
Clash Today
By The Associated Press
Navy, favored by the margin of
a grudging defense and versatile'
attack, and hard running Army
meet today in Philadelphia in the
day's top college football game of
the fast fading season.
Other top games around the
country bring together Vanderbilt
and Tennessee, Florida and Miami,
Georgia and Georgia Tech, Okla-
homa and Oklahoma A & M,
Southern Cal and Notre Dame
and TCU and SMU.

By JOHN HILLYER
Local basketball addicts will
have their first glimpse of this
season's Michigan squad when the
Wolverines battle the University
of Delaware tonight at 8 p.m. at
Yost Field House.
Hoping for a successful start to
a more prosperous campaign than
that of last year, which brought
them a 9-13 won-lost mark, the
cagers will be facing a team which
is coached' by a former member of
the Maize and Blue fold, Irv Wis-
niewski, '50, who was a letterman
here in both football and basket-
ball.
Sophomore Burton to Start
Michigan Coach Bill Perigo
plans to start a junior, 6'6" Pete
Tillotson, at center, and flank
him at the forwards with anoth-
er junior, 6'5" Randy Tarrier, and
a promising sophomore, 6'5" M. C.
Burton.
At the guard posts will be se-
nior Jim Shearon and another
highly-thought-of soph, George
Lee. Lee will probably be a bit
shaky at first since he is more
accustomed to the forward slot.
Also scheduled to see consider-
able action at guard is junior Billy
Wright, whom Perigo might start
as a last-minute move.
Kramer Should Play
Captain Ron Kramer, still a bit
out of shape for basketball, should
also make an appearance at his
customary pivot position.
Wisniewski, whose Blue Hens
last season had an 8-15 record,
has some high-scoring performers
at his command.
One of them, Ray "Skip" Craw-
ford, back at Delaware after an
Army hitch, holds the school's all-

time record for points in one sea-
son (515) and two seasons (766).
Another, Jimmy Smith, was
high man for the Hens last year
with 482 points, and established a
Delaware record by averaging 21
per game. He also holds the rec-
ord for the most points scored in
a single game at Delaware's Car-
penter Field House, 43.
U.S. lNeeds
Three More
Gold Medals
MELBOURNE (P) - Two track
events - the 400 and 1,600-meter
relays - and basketball, three
gold medals which have been
looked upon as sure bets for Yank
athletes, today became "musts" if
U.S. Olympians are to outlast Ru§-
sia for the unofficial team pointI
title. hp
There wasn't much doubt that
all three were in the bag for the
U.S., but there remained the
chance of an upset -- a fumbled
baton pass in the relays, or a cold
night on the basketball court -
and there was no guarantee that
even all three events, a total of 30
points, will be enough to with-
stand the Russians through the
final week of the 1956 games.
Going into the final week the
Americans have 20 championship
gold ( medals, 15 silver and 7
bronze compared with 12 gold
medals, 11 silver, and 12 bronze
for Russia,
Despite a brilliant one-two fin-
ish by record breaker Milt Camp-
bell and Rafer Johnson in the de-
manding decathlon, the U.S. was
outscored by the Soviets 50-29
Friday. That left the Yanks with
a 347 to 269/2 unofficial point
edge going into today's competi-
tion.
But Uncle Sam is unable to feel
fully comfortable because his big-
gest harvest is over and the games
now enter into competitions in
which the Russians, as a rule,
have greater success, such as gym-{
nastics.

By GARY PECK
The potential of Michigan's
1956-57 swimming team will be
tested this afternoon and tonight
at the new swimming pool, with°
the coming of the 22nd Michigan
Gala Swimming Meet.
Along with the Michigan A.A.U.
Championships, the N a t i o n a l
A.A.U. Junior one-meter diving
championships and the Special
Michigan high school relay cham-
pionships will be featured.
The 100-yd. freestyle features!
several Michigan men. One is Carl
Woolley, one of the top sprinters;
in the country, who placed fourth
in the Olympic trials. Another is
Fritz Myers, the outstanding se-
nior on the squad, who turned in!
good times on relays last season as
anchor man. Leigh Corby, a prom-
ising freshman, will also swim.
Howard Scarborough and Ray
Martin, both Bowling Green Frosh
Time Trials Today -
The Michigan track team will
hold its first time trials of the
season at Yost Field House this
afternoon starting at 2 p.m.
The public is welcome to at-
tend.
representing the Detroit Recrea-f
tion Swim Club, have been clocked
in fast times this fall.
Burwell "Bumpy" Jones returns
to competitive swimming today in
the 440-yd. freestyle in the Michi-
gan A.A.U. Championship. Jones
was the 1955 Michigan team cap-
tain and holds many national
championships and records.
MSU's Dudeck Enters
Cy Hopkins, Michigan's best in
the breaststroke, will meet very
tough competition in the 100-yd.
breaststroke, also for the Michi-
gan A.A.U. title. His competition
will be John Dudeck and Paul'
Reinke, both from MSU, who
looked terrific in Olympic trials
and should be very tough this
year.
Four Michigan men, Jones, My-
ers, Darrell Heinrich, and Hop-
kins will meet in the 220 yard in-
dividual medley.
The preliminary heats will be
at 2:30 p.m., diving at 5 p.m.,
and the finals at 8 p.m. Admission
will be 60 cents for students and
one dollar for non-students.

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Underdog Patterson Gains Upset Win'
Over Aging Light Heavy Champion

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his opponent,

182% to 187%,

son by a 20 to 16 lead in the "five
must" point system used by Na-
tional Boxing Assn. states. Judge
John Bray had it even in rounds,
two-two and even in points, 18-18,
while Referee Sikora scored it 20
to 17 for Patterson with three
rounds for Patterson and one,
the fourth, even.
The Associated Press had Pat-
terson ahead 20 to 17, taking three
rounds with the first round even.
Patterson, who gave weight to

simply packed too much speed.I
Floyd shok off some of Archie's
punches, blocked a good share of
them, and made him misg with his
crouch, bob and wave. When
Moore, trying to upset his man
would bend low, Patterson went
right down with him.
Disproves Critics
Patterson was criticized on
many sides as an untested heavy-
weight who hardly deserved to
step into the shoes vacated by
Rocky Marciano when he retired
April 27. There will be no more
M' Club members are re-
minded of tonight's dance at
the Golf Course Clubhouse
from 9-12.
-Terry Barr, Secretary

criticism of his inexperience after
the way he took care of Moore,
It was a brilliant success for this
kid, who, since he was 14, haunted
manager Cus D'Amato's Gramercy
Park gym on New York's East,
Side, watching his two brothers
do their training.

one dollar for non-students. I

KRAMER,

PARKER

AGAIN:

AP Names All-Big Ten Football Team

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LATE SHOW
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CHICAGO (P)-Jim Parker of
Ohio State and Michigan's Ron
Kramer were the only repeaters on
the 1956 All-Big Ten football team
named yesterday by the Associ-
ated Press.
Iowa, Conference Rose Bowl'
representative and winner of its
Get your tickets for
BRIGADOON ?
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Tickets on Sale at
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WUERTH
Today & Sunday
TH E MOST DRAMATIC CLIMAX
OF ANY STORY YOU'VE EVER SEEN!

first clear cut title since 1921,
landed three men on the first
team, selected by the AP sports
writers in the Big Ten area.
Kramer Unanimous Choice
In addition to being the only
holdovers, Parker and Kramer,
along with Purdue fullback Mel
Dillard, were unanimous choices
in the poll.j
The first team consists of:
Kramer, Michigan and Frank Gil-
liam, Iowa, ends; Bob Hobert,1
Minnesota and Alex Karras, Iowa,
tackles; Dick Hill, Michigan and
Parker, Ohio State, guards; and

John Matsko, Michigan State,
center.
In addition to Dillard, the back-
field consists of Ken Ploen, Iowa,
quarterback and Bob McKeiver,
Northwestern, and Abe Woodson,
Illinois, at halfbacks.
Other Michigan athletes gain-
ing recognition were Tom Maentz
and John Herrnstein, named to
the second team, Al Sigman, Mike
Rotunno and Terry Barr, placed
on the third team and Jim Pace,
Mary Nyren and Jim Orwig, given
honorable mention.
IU

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FEATURE OF OUR TIME!

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Plus
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BRIGADOON
Next week at the Michigan Theatre
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December 5 & 6 - $2.25, $1.75, $1.25
December 7 - $2.50, $2.00, $1.50

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