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MARCx 6i 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Three
M'Matmen
Enter First
Tilts Todayl
-
By DAVE LYON!
Special to The DailyS
IOWA CITY-Each of the nearlyj
80 wrestlers who have come here
to perform in the Big Ten meets
have a double incentive for win-
ning as many matches as they
can during the tournament today
and tomorrow.
By performing at his best, each
grappler will do a service to his
team and each individual victory
benefits the winner's team by giv-
ing it a certain number of team
points. These points determine the
final team standing. The farther
the'individual advances in his divi-
sion,.the more points he naturally
wins for -his team.
In today's preliminary and semi-
final bouts, for instance, each indi-
vidual will receive one team point
for each decision victory, plus one
extra point for a victory by fall.
Stakes High
The stakes are higher in tomor-
row's final and consolation
matches. Each division champion
will earn his team 10 points, the
runner-up seven, the -coisolation
winner four and the fourth-place
nian two. Again falls are worth an
extra point.-
The second inducement to top-
flight performances is the personal
recognition each man can get by
winning his weight division cham-
pionship.I
Only Eight Champions
Of 80 possible choices, however,1
only eight can become champions.
This is how each weight division
lines up, with probable winners
listed first:
123-Champion should be Iowa's
Larry Moser, unless he trades
places with 130-lb. teammate
Vince Garcia Michigan's Mike
Hoyles, Minnesota's Ron Andrews,
and Indiana's Bill Bane are all
capable of winning it, however.
130,-Michigan State sophomore
Norm Young; he lost to Ohio's
Dave Camaone, who lost to Mich-
igan's Larry Murray, who lost to
Young, etc. Indiana's Dick Zboray
might be able to crack into that
triumvirate.
137-Gene Luttrell of Iowa.
' Dominic Fatta of Purdue (who
drew with Luttrell last week),
Northwestern's Don Woehrle, or
Minnesota's Chuck Coffee could
tumble Luttrell, defending 137-lb.
champ.
147-Werner Holzer of Illinois,
even though not in the best of
health should successfully defend
his 1958 crowd. Wisconsin's Jim
Innis and Minnesota's Jim Reif-
steck pose the strongest threats to
lolzer; Wolverine Jim Blaker
might be a darkhorse here.
Upsets
157 - Wolverine Don Corriere
may upset NU's Art Kraft. Watch
out, though, for Hoosier Bill Gallo
or Illini Tom Gabbard.
167 - Indiana's Fred Redeker,
even though Michigan 167-lb. Den-
nis Fitzgerald gave him his only
loss this season. Spoilers here
could be MSU's Jim Ferguson or
Minnesota's Bill Koehnen.
177-Gopher Bill Wright, but
look out for Jim Craig of Iowa,
George Ihnat of Indiana, or Wol-
verine 'Karl Fink.

" Heavyweight
Heavyweight-With Michigan's
Fred Olm sidelined, MSU's Tim
Woodin is an even surer choice
here. Iowa's Gordon Trapp, Min-
nesota's Pete Veldman, and Wis-
consin's Terry Huxhold will fight
for the honor of getting beaten
by Woodin in the championship
match.

Squads Eni
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;er Big Ten Meets
Thinclads Threaten Illini for Title;
Ohio State's Davis Key Performer

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By JIM BENAGH -the biggest pointmaker in Big i
special to The Daily Ten history. If Davis is entered in E
MADISON - Someday the 22- the 60-yd. dash, broad jump and
hour period that begins at 6:30 hurdles he will undoubtedly take w
p.m. today and is designated the away points from the Wolverines; M
49th annual Big Ten indoor track 'if he runs the 300- and/or 440-yd. c
championships will just be known dashes, he breaks into Illinois m
by the names an numbers in the domination. c
Conference record book. Hampered by back trouble most O
But right now that short inter- of the year, he has been confined
val of time will be the most im- to the flat races. A week ago he
portant thing in the world to had a :31.1 in the 300 and :48.3
Illinois' proud defending chan- in the 440, where he is the world
pionship squad . . . to Michigan's record holder.
youthful and exciting challengers Davis will enter his final Confer-
. . to Ohio State's almost-one- ence title meet with the distinction
man contender (Glenn Davis) ... of being the highest individual
to Minnesota's "sleeper" entry .- - scorer for all five meets he has
and to a multitude of hopefuls for entered.
individual honors. Youthful Squad
Illini Strong in Jumps Minnesota is a youthful squad
Illinois is banking its hopes on with a potent aggregation in the
strong entries in the high jump, hurdles and distance runs. The
broad jump, shot put, middle dis- key man in this building contin-
tances and mile relay. Its big ques- gent is Bud Edelen, the Conference
tion marks are the physical shape outdoor two-mile record holder.
of broad jumper Paul Foreman, Indiana is the best bet for the
miler Jim Bowers and 300-440 other first division post. The
dashman John Lattimore. Hoosier finish will depend on Wil-
rrpnrgI. 'F 4whn $1, lie May, its great hurdler.

in the high jump; and Michigan's
eles Landstrom in the pole vault.
The winner of the mile relay-
with Illinois, Ohio State and
Michigan as "loaded" contenders-
could be pushed to a record auto-
matically. Illinois already has been
clocked almost two seconds.below
Ohio's all-time best.

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CHAMPIONSHIP BACKDROP-Gymnast Ed Cole poses before a
board listing Michigan's past champions. The Wolverines compete
today and tomorrow in the Big Ten Conference meet to determine
the '58 winner.
DUAL ILLINI:s
Gymnasts EyeCrown

name

By FRED KATZZ
Special to The DailyZ
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.- Michi-t
gan gymnasts attempt today and3
tomorrow to break a second Illinois
win string just one week aftere
neatly disposing of the Illini's
streak of 14 consecutive dual meet
victories.
It's this second one that is par-
ticularly galling to the WolverinesI
for it has been built up the past'
eight years at their partial ex-
pense.
Eight-Time Winner
But for the fist time since Illi-
nois won its first of eight straight
Big Ten meets, the Illini appear in'
great danger of not bringing home
the numeber one crown.'
Who is the favorite in this battle
of all Western Conference mem-
bers which promises to boil down
to another duel between Illinois
and Michigan.
It seems to depend upon whether
you're from Champaign or Ann
Arbor.
Illini Coach Charlie Pond has
no doubts that his outfit will re-
peat once again. In fact, he feels
it will be a runaway with Illinois
winning by 20 points. And that
prediction was made three minutes
after Michigan whipped the Illini
last Friday, 58-54.
How about Wolverine Coach
Newt Loken?
"I think we can beat them again,
although it will be as close a meet
as our dual meet with them," says
Loken. "Michigan's performers now
have realized that the champs can
be beaten. With this in mind, the
spirit has been high for duplicat-
ing the job this weekend."
Illinois has the stars in Abie
Grossfeld and Don Tonry (they
won all four of their team's firsts
last week). The Wolverines have
the strength in numbers with Jim
Hayslett, Nino Marion, Richard
Montpetit, Wolf Dozauer and Al
Stall certain to give Michigan
many lesser points in the appar-
atus events.
Ed Cole, Frank Newman and
Chuck Carlson, the former an ex-
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NCAA champion, provide Michigan
with the strongest team represen-
tation in the trampoline while Jim
Brown, Bill Skinner and Hayslett
make tumbling the Wolverines'
other outstanding' event.
Stall Made Difference
Stall, a hot and cold perfor'er,
could possibly furnish the turnng
point in the meet as he did last
week. His one-point victory in the
sidehorse over Don Tonry, the
latter's championship event, was
the difference.
Thus, as Loken points out, "it
will be the placing of the number
of apparatus men in the finals
that will determine the meet's
outcome:
For this reason a much closer
prediction of final results can be
made after tonight's preliminaries.

eorg e s , Wu s as -
record time in the half-mile and
near record times in the 440- and
600-yd. runs, is the leader of the
titlists. He won the qtartermile at
:48.6 last year.
Michigan, holding a 17-16 edge
over the Illini for team crowns in
the all-time series, must reach
peak performances from all its
entries, Coach Don Canham
claims.
"Michigan is the only team that
can defeat Illinois," he said. "How-
ever, that doesn't mean we have
second place sewed up if we fail.
"Ohio or Minnesota could move
into the runner-up spot without
too much trouble."
Michigan, scoring only 16 points,
was eighth last Marel.
Illinois scored 47 /2 points' in
winning last year and Canham
said this competitor could score in
the 60's.
The Illinois-Michigan duel could
easily be decided by outsider Davis

Record Bests
Best bets for record perform-
ances are Tom Robinson, Michi-
gan, in the 60; Davis and Robin-
son in the 300; Davis in the 440;
Kerr in the 880; Edelen or Pur-
due's George Harvey in the two
mile; Davis or May in the high
hurdles; May in the lows; Haisley
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