THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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PURDUE NEXT-FEB. 1:
Wolverine Cagers Begin 18-Day Rest
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coverage through September 10, 1958
available February 1-23
By AL JONES
On the strength of a second-
half comeback that enabled Mich-
igan's basketball team to over-
power Ohio State, '72-63, the Wol-
verine cagers have escaped from
their first four Big Ten games
with a 3-1 record and a tie for
It is only fitting that they
should have a rest.
But need the rest be so long?
Coach Bill Perigo and his sur-
prising cagers have the longest
between-semester lay-off in the
Big Ten. From last Monday
night's successful engagement
with Ohio State until the next en-
counter with Purdue on Feb. 1
is a span of 18 days.
The Wolverines' lengthy lay-
off 'is rivaled only by Wisconsin.
The Badgers will rest for 17 days,
Duquesne 74; LaSalle 55
Clemson 81, Wake Forest 72
Maryland 55, Georgetown 45
Cincinnati 117, New York 111
and Indiana takes a 13-day break.
Aside from these two schools and
Michigan, no other Conference
teams rest more than 10 days.
Perigo states that "it is diffi-
cult to get a team back into the
swing of things after a lay-off.".
The team will be given the rest
of this weekvf to study for
exams, and next week will be
spent principally in individual
practice, since exam schedules of
the team members differ greatly.
Thus, the squad will not practice
together again until five days be-
fore the Purdue encounter.
Purdue, which has only a nine-
day break, will have met, Ohio
State on Jan. 27, and will again
be in full swing by the time they
come to town on "Feb. 1.
Game on TV
The Boilermaker-Wolverine tilt
that Saturday will be at 4:30 p.m..
and. will be the Midwest Sports
Broadcasting System's TV game
of the week.
The factors that spelled defeat
at Northwestern brought victory
over OSU. At Evanston Saturday
forward George Lee was weak on
both offense and defense. How-
ever, against the Buckeyes he re-
turned to usual form and showed
scoring punch with 16 points and
better guarding ability.
Michigan's other forward, M. C.
Burton, was faced with a tough
assignment both games. He guard-
ed the Wildcats' Willie Jones on
Saturday and the Buckeyes' Frank
There was no stopping Jones,
or any of the other Northwestern
players that night, as they hit 46
per cent for the entire game. Bur-
ton's job on Howard was a dffer-
ent story. The Ohio State star,
who had been averaging 20.5
points a game, was held to 14.
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The break between semesters
will definitely not be a vacation
for gymnastics coach Newt Loken.
He has Numerous physical and
mental tasks to carry out.
His physical tasks amount to
keeping his team in shape for the
Chicago meet which , will take
place, soon after the-new semester
He hopes to accomplish this
task by having the entire team
compete in the Detroit Turners
meet where itk will face competi-
tion from numerous physical-
fitness clubs as well as from some
other collegiate gymnasts. Along
with this is a plan for constant
intra-squad workouts and meets
during thy break.
His mental task will be much
harder. Michigan's 1958 gymnas-
,tics team has more depth than,
any of Loken's teams have in a
long time and since he can only
enter three men in an event, the
big question is who.
Besides having an abundant
number of gymnasts currently
ready for action, Loken will find
three more added to the list at
the beginning of the new semester
when Wolfgang Dozauer, Bob
Skinner and Barry Feinberg will
all become sophomores.
I- M BASKETBALL
Residence Hall 'B' Scores
Adams 29, Huber 18
Cooley 18, Taylor 14
Williams 33, Kelsey 21
Michigan 31, Allen-Rumsey 20,
Hinsdale 31, Anderson 21
Gomberg 35, Van Tyne 13
Reeves 26, Chicago 20
Strauss 26, Scott 21,
Wenley over 'Hayden (forfeit)
... scoring 'punch'
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Michigan's Dick Hanl
ceive two awards for his
performance of the
within the next week.
On Jan. 17, Hanley m
the "Swimmer of 1957'
the third annual All-Spc
dinner hosted by the
Touchdown' Club of
Hanley has also been
receive the annual Sp
Award for outstanding
ance in swimming. He v
this award at the 11
Sports Guild Banquet
in the Sheraton Cadi
in Detroit on Jan. 23.
The Wolverine swim
be fairly inactive durin
exam break. In its only
the beginning of nexi
the Wolverines will host
The dual meet, firi
Wolverines this season,
at 7:30 p.m. at the Vars
Neither swim, coach C
nor diving coach Bruce
pect serious opposition
inexperienced Purdue to
Walt Eversman, an.
can selection at the t
is Purdue's only definit.
the seven returning lett
are on the Boilermaker
Eversman w s runne
placed fifth in the 10C
stroke at the Big Ten ti
Stager remarked ,that
to see how much depth
the swim squad by possi
some of his stars and p
burden of the meet on
swim team members.
. wins awards
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