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THE MICHIGAN tJAII. V

DECEMBER 5, 1956

TUE MIChIGAN IiAILY I)EUEMBI~R, 5,1956

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By BOB BOLTON
After four straight Conference
titles Michigan's dominence over
the Big Ten track scene could end
this year.
With the indoorkseason rapidly
approaching, track mentor Don
Canham, is hard pressed to find
suitable replacements for his grad-
uation-torn ranks.
Gone from a squad which has
captured two consecutive Big Ten
championships in indoor and out-
door competition are half-miler
Pete Gray, two-miler Ron Wall-
ingford, pole vaulter Eeles Land-
strom, high Jumper Mark Booth
and sprinter Bob Brown.
Four Have Titles
Four of these men, Gray, Land-
strom, Wallingford and Booth, all
had won Conference titles in their
respective divisions.
With such stars as these gone,
Wolverine hopes for a fifth con-
secutive title ride on the perform-
ance of returning lettermen and
untried sophomores.
Returning intact from last year
is the Wolverine mile relay squad.
Canham feels that this unit,
composed of Bob Rudisell, Laird
Sloan, Don Matheson and Robin
Varian, may be one of the best in
the country.
Owen Will Be Back
Also on the credit side is the f act
that shot put champion Dave
Owen will be back as will high
Jumper Brendan O'Reilly.
Owen has heaved the 16 lb.
weight 57' and could very well re-
peat as Conference titlist this year.
In addition to these stars the
Wolverines return eight other let-
termen from last year. Among
these are such, proven performers

CANHAM COUNTING ON SOPHOMORES:
Track Squad Losses May Point to Rough Season'

Coaches Sa
They Like
New Rules
Big Ten basketball coaches are
cheering new rules changes that
will help eliminate "cheap bas-
kets" and place the premium of
mobility on the big man,.
Michigan basketball coach Bill
Perigo comented recently that
"Stationing two defending play-
ers next to the basket on free
throw was tested last season i4
the Big Ten and proved out well."
Perigo thought this placement
"takes away that cheap basket."
Purdue's coach, Ray Eddy, said
that the rule prohibiting move-
ment over the plane of the re-
straining line on free throws or
jump balls will "put too much of
a burden on the offciials - in-
terpretation will be tough to de-
fine, but the intent of the rule is
fine.
Eddy though anti-goal tending
on offense as well as defense is
"a good rule, but I don't think it
hurts the tall player too much,
Coach Ozzie Cowles of Minne-
sota likes the goal tending rule
and said "there was a little too
much fooling around with the
ball by some of the big boys."
Ohio State's coach Floyd Stahl
said "the new rules will put un-
usual restrictions on' the big goal
tenders."
Rules changes will eliminate the
bonus free throw on the first six
fouls caled against each team in
each half.
Big Ten coaches also will em-
phasize a principle of officiating
called "no harm, no foul."

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-Daily-John Hirtzei
A TOUGH CHOICE--Ed Brabham of MSU (far right) narrowly edges Michigan's Jim Pace (middle)
in the 60 yd. dash at last year's Big Ten finals in East Lansing. The Wolverines won the, Conference
title over runnerup Iowa by a 10-point margin, 57 9/10-46 7/10.

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as Jim Pace in the sprints, and I Chicago, could help fill the void
Dick Flodin in the 440 yd, dash. left by Landstrom's departure in
Canham is also counting beav- the pole vault. In practice Gibson
has gone over 13 ft.
ily on eight sophomores who could To other newcomers should
greatly aid the cindermen in their also bring additional strength to
quest for the Conference title. the field events. Lou Williams from
Mamon Gibson, a 17 yr. old from East Chicago, Ind. has done over

23' in the broad jump and Ermin
Crownley has putthe shot past 50'.
Canham sees the Wolverines'
toughest competition this year
from Indiana, Ohio ahd Illinois.
Iowa, finishing second in indoor
finals last year, has been ruined
by graduation of its top men.

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'M' Football Team Contributes

Three to Pr

'of essional Squads __

By PAUL BORMAN
B quarterbacks in Tobin Rote who Lions intend to place him in their
This fall's football team, end- throws with amazing accuracy. lineup-
ing the season with a record of Rote's Catches 'Spectacular' Schmidt heads Defense
seven wins and two losses andtg The Detroit defense, one of the
tying for second place in the Big~ On the catching end of Rote's'
Ten, contributed three of its passes have been two spectacu- best in the league, is headed by
aduang aers o te Nation lar ends, Bill Howton and Gary linebacker Joe Schmidt and backs
gra tin FotalLagesin the dat Knafele. Kramer's addition to the Jack Christiansen, Jim David,
al Football League in the draf team will give the Packers three Yale Lary, and Bill Stits. The ad-
heldtop-flight ends, one of whom dition of Barr might allow the
The Michigan trio was the larg- might be used as a backfield Lions to shift one of their defense
est number of players to be tak- flanker, thereby adding to the stalwarts over to the offense to
en from any single school in the woes of Green Bay's opponents. strengthen some of the apparent
draft. The draft was carried in- Kramer may also be used on weaknesses there.
to four rounds and picked up a defenseBarr's usefulness in the offense
total of 49 college stars. Michigan's other wingman and could give the Lions a good one-
Wolverines picked by the pros captain of this fall's squad, Tom two punch at right half with parr
were ends Ron Kramer and Tom ,salternating with Don McIlhenny.
Maentz, and halfback Terry Barr. cago wCardinals chosen theirsecond- Bar could also be moved back to
Kramer was drafted by the draft choicel the left-half slot which he used
Green Bay Packers in the first Since the Cards already boast tq play in his sophomore and jun-
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PFckers Took Hornung
The Packers also picked quar-
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they received when they won the
flip of the coin with the Chicago
Cardinals.
This year's Packers have been

f.1 v C11v vi "214 V1LV"1 vv nating with a one-time Michigan
ny Glzsewski, and Dave Mann. menace, Howard Hopalong Cassa-
They added Maentz to their team day.
in order to bolster their aerial at-dhis year's Michigan football
tack, directed by Jim Root and team has already shown that it
Lamar McHan. was not one to be ignored, even
Cards Picked Maentz though it did not receive a bou-
Maent's punting ability might quet of Roses and a trip to Pasa-

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casion, they rose up to beat the Wolverines taken by the pros was,
previously once-beaten Detroit Terry Barr, selected by the De-
Lions, while on the other hand, troit Lions in the third round.
they were thoroughly beaten by Barr's football play this sea-I
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