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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Robinson Resigns Football Post

Backfield Coach Makes
Official Announcement

MacKay Scores Upsets
Over Top Tennis Stars

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By RUDE DIFAZIO
Don Robinson, backfield coach
of the Michigan football team, has
officially resigned to enter private
business.
The resignation which was ru-
mored over the weekend was made
public yesterday.
Enters Insurance Field
Robinson stated that he has re-
tired from coaching to enter the
life insurance business.
Declaring that he was reluctant
to end his 'association with the
staff and the team, Robinson said,
SWinmers
S ee BigTe
Title Hopes
By CARL RISEMAN
The Michigan swimming team
had its hopes of a Big Ten chan-
pionship brightened after down-
ing a strong Iowa contingent at
the Varsity pool Saturday.
The improving Wolverines ran
their unbeaten string in dual com-
petition to four by beating the
Hawkeyes, 58-47.
Hanley-Morris Duel
The meet was a matching of
'ensational sophomores: Michi-
gan's' Dick Hanley and Cy Hop-
kins against Iowa's Gary Morris.
Hanley set a pool record in the
224-yd. freestyle with a time of
2:13.6, more than a second fast-
er than the old mark. In the 100-
yd. freestyle, Hanley broke the
existing pool mark, but finished
a stroke behind Iowa's Morris who
won the event in :49.8.
Cy Hopkins continued to exhi-
bit winning form in the butter-
fly, breaking the old pool record
in the 220-yd. butterfly by 12 sec-
onds. Hopkins continued his un-
beaten string in the 220-yd.
breaststroke. The sophomore star
is recognized as one of the top
breaststroke-butterfly swimmers
in the country.
Gary Morris of Iowa was sen-
sational. Besides beating Hanley
in the 100-yd. freestyle in record
time, Morris also anchored the
400-yd. freestyle relay team which
broke the exisitng pool mark and
set another pool record in the 200-
yd. individual medley.
WIHL STANDINGS
W L T Pts. PL
Col. College 11 3 0 15 3
North Dakota 11 3 0 11 3
Mich. Tech 7 5 2 91 6%
MICHIGAN 7 4 1 8% 7%/
Denver 5 8 1 8 12
Minnesota 4 14 0 4 14

"It was a privilege to work under
Bennie (Oosterbaan).
"It was a 'unique . experience to
work with suct- a fine gentleman
as Coach Oosterbaan.. Working
with the staff has been a pleasure
and with the team a privilege,"
stated Robinson.
Coach Oosterbaan said, "We are
sorry to see Don leave the staff.
He was an important part of our
staff, and we shall miss him. We
regret his departure, but wish him
well in his new venture and we
know that he will enjoy success.''
Native of Detroit
Robinson is a native of Detroit
and a graduate of Cooley High
School. While at Michigan, he
earned three letters in football and
two in baseball.
World War II interrupted his
college career after he had played
two seasons of football in 1941-42.
He served in the Army as a bomber
pilot, serving many missions, in
Italy. He returned to Michigan
and finished school in 1947.
Joining the Michigan athletic
staff in 1948, Robinson was placed
in charge mostly of the junior var-
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sity until 1954 at which time he
became the backfield coach.
His baseball background includes
being a member of Ray Fisher's
Big Ten champion baseball team
in 1942. He was elected captain of
the 1943 squad when military ser-
vice temporarily h3alted his ath-
letic career.

This past weekend was a big one
for Michigan's Barry MacKay.
In the Buffalo (N.Y.) Midwinter
Invitational Tennis Tournament
held on Saturday and Sunday,
MacKay beat two of the nation's
top tennis players-Dick Savitt
and Vic Sexias in what the lanky
senior admits was "the best tennis
I have ever played."
Makes Finals
MacKay reached the finals of
the indoor tournament after pull-
ing the two big upsets but he was
finally worn down by fourth-seed-
ed Ed Moylan of Trenton, N. J.

DON ROBINSON
... resigns

Buchanan May Be Sidelined
For Remainder of Season

By JOHN HILLYER
Good news and bad prevailed at
the Michigan hockey camp as the
dust cleared from the weekend's
activities.
Coach Vic Heyliger's men looked
more like NCAA Champs here on
Friday and Saturday night as they
whipped Minnesota, 8-1 and 4-1,
and moved up a place in the WIHL
standings.
However, it looks very much as
though star defenseman Mike Bu-
chanan will play no more this
season. He tore ligaments in his
knee last Tuesday night in an ex-
hibition game against the Detroit
Red Wings.
But Heyliger expressed satisfac-
tion with the performance of vet-
eran Bernie Hanna, who stepped
into Buchanan's skates for the
.Minnesota set.

Goalie Ross Childs' play must
have impressed Heyliger, too, as
he eyed the important pair of con-
tests approaching, consisting of a
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Tickets
A package deal consisting of
a bus ticket and a game ticket
for the hockey game with Mich-
igan State at East Lansing on
Friday night, is available for
$3.50. Tickets will be on sale
until they are gone this week
from 1-4 p.m. at the new Stu-
den Activities Building. The bus
will leave Friday in front of
the Union at 6 p.m., and will
return around midnight.

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Held at the Buffalo Tennis Club,
the eight-player tournament is
described by MacKay as "sort of
a warm-up for the national in-
doors this week."
Savit, Sexias, Fall
Saturday afternoon, M a c K a y
met top-seeded Savitt in the first
round. With his serve working al-
most to perfection, he defeated the
seasoned veteran who is consid-:
ered by many today as one of the
toughest players in the country,
In winning, 6-3, 6-4, MacKay gain-
ed the semi-finals.
Next victim was the third-rank-.
ed national player-Sexias. Behind
in the first set, MacKay was able
to break the second-seeded veter-
an's service and go on to win in.
straight sets, 6-3, 6-3.
Bows to Moylan
A little later that afternoon the
finals were held between the 21-
yr.-old from Dayton, 0. and Moy-
Ian. After leading 4-2 in the first
set, MacKay tired to finally bow,
6-4, 7-5.
In the first round of the doubles
MacKay and Irv Dorfman lost to
Sexias and Ulf Schmidt, a national
indoor champion and winner of
the Buffalo tournament last year.
National Indoors Next
It will be the same Schmidt that
MacKay will play in the second
round of the National Indoors in,
New York City that starts tomor-j
row. MacKay leaves today for the
tournament that is expected to
draw a field of 64. He faces Joe
Russell of Cleveland tomorrow
night at the Seventh Regiment Ar-!
mory.
Savitt is ranked first for the
tournament that will draw the
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CANHAM'S WOES:
Track Picture Gloomy

By PAUL BORMAN
Although the sun was shining
brightly through the window, there
was an air of gloom as Coach Don
Canham talked over the last track
meet and previewed the future.
The results of the meet against
Penn State found Michigan mod-
erately ahead at 65-49, a fair but
not overwhelming margin. Can-
ham said that Michigan's perform-
ance was "not very good."
Looking ahead to the coming
Illinois meet and then the Big Ten
clash, the coach was not very op-
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Not Enough Winners
He noted the lack of other po-
tential conference champions on
the team excluding of course, Cap-
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putter and Brendan O'Reilly the
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Canham also said that many of
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Previewing the coming Illinois
meet which will start at 1:00 this
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commented that this will probably
be the closest meet the Wolverines
have participated in for many sea-
sons.
Bleak Outlook
Looking ahead to the conference
meet he was fairly pessimistic and
commented, "We haven't got
enough first place potential to
win."
He referred to this year's team
as "the weakest I have had in the
last four years," The main reason,
he said, was "many of the boys
just aren't good enough."
Immediately following Satur-
day's meet with Illinois, Captain
Dave Owen will fly to New York to
compete in the National AAU meet
in which he will face the top shot
putters in the country.

scrap in East Lansing on Friday
and one here the following eve-
ning.
Michigan's coach still wasn't
overly excited about the future.
"It'll be a tough road from here
on out," he fredicted. "We haven't
even seen North Dakota yet, and
they're always tough."
Michigan Tech would agree. The
Huskies dropped a crucial two-
game set over the weekend, 8-7
and 4-3, to the Nodaks at Grand
Forks.
Denver Drops Two
Denver also suffered, losing
twice at Colorado College. As a
result, Denver has dropped behind
Michigan, and the Wolverines are
now just a point behind Tech; at
the same time, the Blue has man-
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The outcomes of these vital ser-
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the story of Michigan hockey for
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