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Steuart Wins 1,500 Meters;
State Leads byTwo Points

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By DICK MINTZ
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - Barrel-
:hested Bill Steuart bagged the
first title of the 49th annual Big
Ten Swimming Championships
here yesterday to give Michigan
State a scant two-point lead in
team scoring.
Michigan, Indiana and Ohio
State were tied for third with five
points apiece, after the finish of
the meet's first event-the 1,500
meter freestyle.
The Wolverines' John Urban-
scok and Pete Fries, placed fourth
and fifth respectively to account
for the Wolverines' point total.
Steuart, the defending cham-
pion, broke away to an enormous

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early lead in the lengthy race. At "
the half-way mark Steuart led by
ten yards over his closest rival,
John Parks of Indiana, who fin-
ished second. Only Parks pres-~
sured the South African Olympic
star into bettering his last year's
winning time by almost four sec-.
onds with an 18:36.6 timing.
Falls Off Pace
The Wolverines' John Urban-
scok who was expected to take a
third got off to a slow start and
fell far from his usual pace. The
tiring sophomore allowed Ohio
State's George Oneka to overtake
him on the last 60 yds. of the race
to steal third place. Urbanscok
beat Oneka only last week in the
440-yd. freestyle and seemed to
have gained strength doing it
Coach Gus Stager commented
that Urbanscok had alreadyB
turned in better times in practice* BILL STEUART
but lacked the experience of . retains title
swimming under the pressure of
a championship meet.
Pete Fries, Wolverine, who has
swum in many championship
meets since he first starred as a -w
freshman three years ago, placed C O R E
fifth, three seconds behind Urban-
scok's fourth place time of 19:08.
The swimmers went 65 lengths
of the new Michigan State Nata- ,Independent
torium plus 15 yards. CMS 37, TEP 20
Points were scored ona754 Rabble Rousers 39, Wesleyans 25
3-2-1 basis. Gamma Alpha 31, Evans 23
Hawaiians 31, Sempervians 16
Joe Henry of Ohio State added Speedboys 45, ERI 25
his sixth place point to Oneka's Grid 5 69, Buckeyes 26
total to give Ohio State the sec- Kice Kepers 34, Fylgo 21
ond place tie at this early stage Crescents 21, Mavericks 20
of the championships. Frederick 41, Tappan St. 5 28
Cooley Elders 36, Sweepers 35
Divilig Foresters 34, Psi Kids 17
Michigan showed a powerfully Fraternity Professional
balanced attack in the semi-final Phi Epsilon Kappa 37, Alpha Kappa
Kappa 20
round of the one-meter diving. Nu Sigma Nu 36, Psi Omega 25 ,
Joe Gerlack topped the Wolverine Phi Delta Chi 29, Alpha Omega 24
scorers with 275.5 points as he Phi Alpha Delta 23, Phi Delta Ep-
iln14
followed behind Ohio State's Sam ,Phi Delta Phi 29, Delta Theta Phi 20
Hall who gained first with 280.2 water Polo
points. Sigma Nu 1, Theta Chi 0
Following in order were Ron Kaa Pi Epsilon , Phi Sigma
O'Brien of Ohio State, Dick Kim- Chi Psi 1, Delta Tau Delta 0
ball, Michigan; Estel Mills, Iowa; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1, Beta Theta
Nat Smith, Ohio State; Tony Tur- Phi 0
ner, Michigan; and Ernie Meis- COLLEGE BASKETBALL
ner, Michigan. N. Carolina State 75, S. Carolina 72
Eight EvMat Tonight Manhattan 93, Lafayette 62
EightEvens ToightDuke 78, Wake Forest 71
Eight events are to be held, be- Marshall 90, Miami (0) 79
ginning at 7:30 p.m., in the 200- St. Johns (N.Y.) 57, NYU 55
yd. butterfly, 50-yd. freestyle, 200.- klaha 6, braska 54
yd. backstroke, 220-yd. freestyle, Virginia 66, Maryland 65
100-yd. backstroke, one-meter NBA
diving, 200-yd. individual-medley Minneapolis 135, New York 115
and 400-yd. freestyle relay. Philadelphia 106, St. Louis 101
Conference Votes Today
Over Rose Bowl's Fate

By BUZ STEINBERG
Michigan's hockey team will be
at Michigan State tonight for its
last weekend series of the 1958-59
season, and will return home to-
morrow to complete the home-
and-home affair.
Coach Al Renfrew and company
have hopes of avenging their- two,
previous losses of 3-1 and 5-2.
Once more the question will be,
can a team with lack of depth
beat an opponent who has an ex-
cellent bench?
Wolverines Handicapped
Also, there is a possibility that
the Wolverines may be handi-
capped with the loss of Barry
Hayton who had received a deep
face injury when a reserve's skate
came down on his head during a
practice contest yesterday. The
slash required ten stitches and hasr
put Hayton out from today's work-
out session at least.

On the other hand, the strong
determination and will to win has
shown up strongly as the Wolver-
ines have time and again come
back after a first night's loss to
a second night's victory. As a
matter of fact, this year Michigan
has beaten every one of the teams
from the old Western Intercol-I
legiate Hockey League with the
exception of the Spartans.
Michigan State has already
proven itself to have class and
ability.
Five Seniors Play
In Saturday night's contest five
seniors will play in their finalj
collegiate hockey game for the
Wolverines. Jay Katz, who has
been out most of the season with
an ankle injury, may not see any
action since the injury has not
fully healed. Others, who are grad-
uating and should play in tomor-
rw'% game include Ross Childs,

who will start in front of the nets,
Don Gourley, Hayton, and leading
team scorer John Hutton.
The rest of the team consists
mainly of sophomores who give a
favorable sing of amuch stronger
squad next year. The potentiality
of a once-more top Michigan
hockey team is in the building
stage and if it continues as ex-
pected, Renfrew should be able to
muster one of tne better teams in
the country.
In a special feature for the Sat-
urday affair the top ex-Michigan
hockey players will meet at 2 p.m.
j in an exhibition of "real" hockey,
Those who are returning to play
in this crowd-pleasing contest in-
clude Michigan greats Ross Smith,
'50, Dick Starrak, '49, Jack Mac-
Donald, '50, Keith Crossman, '39,
and Jim Bearrisford, '36.
Admission is free and everyone
is invited to come to the Coliseum.

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MADISON, Wis. W)-- The Big
Ten is expected to take an in-
formal vote today on its sentiment
fpr continuation of the Rose Bowl
football game.
The present Rose Bowl contract
expires after the 1960 New Year's
Day game. If a majority vote for
continuance is reached, the mat-
ter will go before faculty. boards
for final approval and be officially
voted upon at the conference
meetings at Michigan in May.
The Big Ten opened a three-day
business session yesterday with
faculty representatives and ath-
letic directors approving a plan to
permit one expense-paid campus
visit of a prospective athlete.
This is in line with the NCAA
recruiting policy, which has been
frowned upon by the Big Ten.
Heretofore, alumni or any other
organization not'connected directly
with the university, could invite a
Nat's Scoring
Tops Records
SYRACUSE (A') - The Syracuse
Nationals set their all-time high
for total points, and cracked club
records for field goals (57) and
finished with a 43-point fourth
period for another mark as they
won their sixth straight home
court game against Boston last
night, 142-118.
The Nats shot .557 per cent for
the game, 57 for 122, and their
scoring was well balanced with
eight men in double figures. Dolph
Schayes scored 25 points, John
Kerr 22, and Bob Hopkins 20. Bill
Sharman led Boston with 23, but
had only four field goals.

prospect to the campus for a visit
and pick up the tab.
Along these same lines, the
Conference also will act to permit
off-campus contact of a coach
with a prospective athlete. This
also is permissable under NCAA
regulations but has been shunned
by the Big Ten in the past.
The Conference decided to allow
telephone calls by a coach as part
of the contact.
All the proposals must be voted
by each individual institution
within the next 60 days.
The eligibility committee turned
down a request by William Steuart,
Michigan State swimmer from
Johannesburg, South Africa, for
an. extra year of eligibility. He
competed in the 1956 Olympics
after his 20th birthday,
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