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St"AY, MARCH 24,1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TBHER

SUNDAY. MARCH 24,1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ThREe

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Penn State Dethrones Illini in NCAA

Gym Meet

Wolverines Finish in Sixth;
Gagnier, Cole Take Thirds

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Michigan Swimmers First
In Three Team Meet Here

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Special to The Daily
ANNAPOLIS, Md.-- A fabulous
Penn State gymnast named Ar-
mando Vega and a case of pneu-
monia ended Illinois' reign as
NCAA gymnastics champions yes-
terday here at the Naval Academy.
Vega, taking first or second in
every event he entered, personally
scored 57%/2 points for the victo-
rious Penn State squad.
Tonry Stays Home
At the same time, the Illini's
defending all-around titlist Don
Tonry was forced to remain in
Champaign because of a severe
case of pneumonia, leaving the Il-
linois load on the shoulders of
Abie Grossfeld.
Grossfeld responded with 39
points, plus a first in the high
a. bar, but this wasn't enough to
match Vega's superhuman effort,
and Penn State walked off with
the title, outscoring the Illini,
87/hid these two powers were
Florida State with 561/2 points,
Iowa with 50, Army with 36 and
Michigan sixth with 32%.
Depend on Three
The Wolverines had to depend
on only three men for their points,
and these three did as well as
could be expected. Ed Gagnier was
the top Michigan man, scoring 23
points by himself. He was third in
Gym Champs
FREE EXERCISE: Larry
Marks - Los Angeles State
TRAMPOLINE: Glenn Wilson
-Western Illinois.
SIDE HORSE: John Davis --
Illinois
HIGH BAR: Abie Grossfeld-
Illinois
PARALLEL BARS: Armando
Vega -- Penn State
FLYING RINGS: Glen Dar-
ling - Pittsburgh
TUMBLING: Frank Hailand
-Illinois.
ALL-AROUND: Armando Ve-
ga -- Penn State

the parallel bars, eighth in the
high bar and free exercise, and
fourth in the all-around.
Big Ten trampoline champion
Ed Cole came in a very close third
in the NCAA finals, behind Glenn
Wilson of Western Illinois and
Joe Tim of Iowa. Wilson exhibited
a beautiful routine, but both Tim
and Cole were close behind. 4Two
of the judges favored Cole, but the
others gave Wilson and Tim their
nods.
Jim Hayslett, the third Michi-
gan entry, did exceedingly well for
a sophomore, placing eighth in
the parallel bars and tenth in the
high bar, and barely missed scor-
ing in the all-around with an
eleventh-place finish.
Michigan coach Newt Loken
stated that all of the Michigan
men did very well considering the
circumstances. He saidethatit
was "quite depressing to enter a
meet with three men when three
of the schools had ten or eleven-
man teams present."
Michigan placed fifth last year,
and had hoped to improve on that
this season, but the field was
much stronger, and the breaks
didn't go Michigan's way.

-Daily-Charles Curtiss
CLOSE DECISION - Wolverine trampolinist Ed Cole, reigning
Big Ten champ, ended up third in the NCAA finals, after giving
Glenn Wilson of Western Illinois and Joe Tim of Iowa a close
race. Their exhibitions were so close that each received first-place
nods from some of the judges.

By CARL RISEMAN
The University of Michigan
swimming team took first place in
a triangular meet yesterday aft-
ernoon at the Varsity Pool against
the Indianapolis Athletic Club and
the Etobocoke A. C. of Toronto.
Michigan chalked up 67 points
to 62 for Indianapolis A.C. and 20
for the Toronto team in its warm-
up for the NCAA finals next week.
Three pool records were broken
in the meet. Michigan's Dick Han-
ley swam a sensational 4:32.8 in
the 440-yd. freestyle to smash the
former pool record of 4:41.2 that
he set earlier in the year. Hanley's
time was about four seconds short
of the world mark.
But two swimmers from the IAC,
Frank McKinney and Bill Barton,
stole the spotlight froih Hanley.
Barton upset Cy Hopkins in the
200-yd. butterfly and established
a new pool record of 2:12, erasing
Hopkins' old mark of 2:12.1 which
had stood as the American record
earlier this year.
* * *
Frank McKinney established a
SWIMMING STATISTICS
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1. IAC
(Hurt, McKinney, Troy, Barton); 2.
MICHIGAN - Time 3:55.6.
220-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Myers
(M); 2. Fitzhugh (M); 3. Verth (EAC)
Time - 2:11.8.
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Witchger
(IAC); 2. Browne (M); 3.'Andernacht
(EAC) - Time :24.6.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Barton
(IAC); 2. Hopkins (M); 3. Plunkte
(EAC) - Time 2:12.0 (new pool rec-
ord).
100-YD. FREESTYLE-I. Troy (IAC)
2. Witchger (IAC); 3. Browne (M) -
Time 53.8.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1. McKin-
ney (IAC); 2. Adamski (MI); 3. Reis-
sing (M) - Time 2:06.7 (new pool
record).
440-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1. Hanley
(M); 2. Fries (M); 3. Verth (EAC)-
Time 4:32.8 (new pool record).
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE--1. Hop-
kins (M); 2. Witchger (IAC); 3. Hurt
(IAC) - Time 2:26.9.
440-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Indianapolis (Barton, Witchger, Me-
Kinney, Troy); 2. MICHIGAN - Time
3:35.

new pool record in the 200-yd.
backstroke. The fabulous high
school senior lopped almost nine
seconds off the existing mark. w
The sparse crowd was treated to
a fine diving performance. In pre-
paration for the coming NCAA
meet, the Michigan divers dis-
carded the usual six dives re-
quired in Big Ten competition for
the 11 competitive dives used in
the NCAA meet.
Dick Kimball and Alvaro Gaxi-
ola, Michigan's star freshman
prospect, finished first and second,
respectively.

PANCHO GONZALES
. . ,in town Tuesday

Professional Net Group
To Play Here Tuesday

College Ice Probe Sought

Aussie Miler
Runs Course
In 3:59 Flat
MELBOURNE, Australia (-
Mervin Lincoln, a 24-year-old
schoolteacher from Stawell, Vic-
toria, became the 11th member of
the growing four-minute mile fra-
ternity today with a 3:59 clock-
ing in a special meet at Melbourne
University,
The third Aussie to break the
barrier, Lincoln was barely winded
after the race and said he thought
he could have done even better
except for a misunderstanding.
"I thought the announcement
at three quarters of a mile was
3:03" (actually the call was three
minutesflat),he said. "I decided
to run on for the last lap and had
I heard the time correctly, I might
have done better."
His coach. Austrian-born Franz
Stampfel, who coached England's
Roger Bannister to the first four-
minute mile in 1954, commented:
"I am more than happy with
this result. This boy next season
will do a 3:55 mile."

Jack Kramer, former king of the
professional tennis circles, brings
four of the top players of the
game into Ann Arbor Tuesday.
Pancho Gonzales, who present-
ly ranks as the top player in pro-
fessional tennis, is the top bill on
Kramer's tour, which will play in
the Ann Arbor High School gym-
nasium.
Gonzales will be pitted against
Ken Rosewall, while the other two
members of the tour, Pancho Se-
gura and Dinny Pails, will oppose
each other in the second battle.
In doubles competition, Gon-
zales and Segura will take on
Pails and Rosewall, the Australian
ex-Davis Cup stars.
During the time that Kramer
was tops in the professional game,
he consistently defeated Bobby
Riggs, Gonzales, Segura and
Frank Sedgman. He remains the
greatest all-around performer of
the modern tennis era.
Kramer, Gonzales and Segura
are the only players who have been
able to remain tops in the profes-

sional circuits, having proved too
much for such stars as Tony Tra-
bert, Sedgman and Ken McGre-
gor.

SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS I...

BOSTON (R) - The Americanv
College Hockey Coaches Assn. yes-
terday recommended a thorough
investigation into the eligibility
of all players and the transfer of
next year's NCAA Tournament
from Colorado Springs to Minne-
apolis.
The eligibility question caused
a stormy session. It was brought
to light recently when three Uni-
versity of Michigan team members
were declared ineligible on the
eve of the tournament.
The three were banned for sign-
ing contracts in Canada and their
loss played a part in Michigan's
13-6 title game loss to Colorado
College.

Charges have been hurled,
meanwhile, that the Western
League of the NCAA is heavily
manned with Canadian "import"
players.
The body of the convention rec-
ommended on the touchy subject
that a committee of coaches be
formed to check into eligibility in
the individual collleges.
The group also recommended
moving the tournament location
from Colorado Springs, where it
has been held 10 successive years,
to Minneapolis for the 1958 cham-
pionships.
Goes to Committee
The recommendation, first of

IN TRIPLE OVERTIME:
N. Carolina Cagers. Grab NCAA Title

its kind in the history of the
coaches' group, now goes to a six-
man rules committee which will
study it for the next few days.
If the rules committee agrees,
the suggestion will go to the NCAA
for a final decision. In the past,
the wishes of the convention have
been granted by the committee
and the NCAA.
It also was suggested the con-
vention site be moved to Minne-
apolis.
The tournament dates were
fixed at March 13-15 for next
year and the convention, March
12-15.
MAJOR LEAGUE SCORES
Milwaukee 5, Chicago (A) 1
Philadelphia 3, Detroit 2
St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 1
New York (N) 9, Cleveland 3
Baltimore 3, Chicago (N) 2
Brooklyn 3, New York ,(A) 2
HIGH SCHOOL CAGE FINALS
CLASS A:
Muskegon Hts. 61, Det. Austin 49
CLASS B:
Negaunee 68, Harper Woods 66
CLASS C:
Lakeview 76, Kalamazoo Christian
68
CLASS D:
Chassell 58, Stevensville 50

ART DEPARTMENT
UNION ART CONTEST

AND EXHIBIT

KANSAS CITY (AP) - Two free
throws by calm Joe Quigg with
six seconds remaining in the third
overtime broke up a bitterly con-
tested game and gave the North
Carolina Tar Heels a 54 to 53 vic-
tory over Kansas and the NCAA
basketball championship last
night.
Tommy Kearns, a 5'11" play-
maker, opened the final overtime
with a field goal from side court.
Bradley Wins
NEW YORK (P)-Shellie Mc-
Millon's field goal and free
throw just 29 seconds before the
game ended gave the Bradley
Braves an 84-83 victory over
Memphis State and the cham-
pionship of the 20th National
Invitation Basketball Tourna-
ment yesterday.
Kearns followed with two free
throws to make it 52-48 for the
Tar Heels before All-America Wilt
Chamberlain of Kansas hit a short

shot and was fouled on the play.
The 7' Chamberlain made his
free throw to cut the handicap to
52-51.
Maurice King's free throw tied
the game at 52-52 and with 31
seconds left Gene Elstun scored
another charity shot to edge Kan-
sas ahead, 53-52.
North Carolina called time out
with 28 seconds left and the stra-
tegy paid off as King fouled Quigg
with only six seconds to go. Both
of Quigg's shots swished through
the net for the clinching points.
Kansas had a one-shot chance
at the basket but the ball hit the
rim and bounced away as the final
buzzer sounded.
North Carolina lost its great
All-America soft shot artist, Len-
nie Rosenbluth, with 1:45 of the
regulation game left when the Tar
Heels trailed, 43-44.
Chamberlain, who went all the
way, was the leading scorer with

23 points. Rosenbluth had 20.
In the consolation game for
third place, San Francisco, with
Gene Brown hitting in the clutch-
es, defeated Michigan State, 67-60.
The Dons nursed a 33-30 half-
time lead over State and stayed in
front all the way afterward, ex-
cept for a 37-all tie shortly after
the intermission.

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