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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH I

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Michigan basketball players
chose M. C. Burton, co-captain
and scoring star, as the most valu-
able Wolverine player of the year,
it was announced yesterday.
Burton will represent Michigan
in the Chicago Tribune's annual
selection of Big Ten's MVP. Con-
ference coaches make the final
choice. Last year's winner was
Archie Dees.
Four Others Named
Others chosen to date are Larry
Siegfried, Ohio State; Bob Barne-
soin, Wisconsin; Walt Bellamy, In-
diana; and Roger Taylor, Illinois.
Burton set Michigan single-
game and season scoring records
as well as leading the Conference
in point-making and rebounding.
A star off the court, too, the

MICHIGAN'S MOST VALUABLE-M. C. Burton, the Big Ten's
scoring and rebounding champion, was chosen yesterday as his
team's most valuable player. Burton finished the season with 460
points to set an all-time Michigan record.

Muskegon Heights senior has an
over 2.9 grade point average in
pre-medical studies.
As for the future, Burton says.
"I have channelled most of my
plans for entering med school next
fall. Any consideration of pro bas-
ketball would depend on the offer."
Accepted to Med School
He said-he already has received
a scholarship for advance study
and has another one pending. He'
was accepted to medical school
just before last Christmas vaca-
tion.
Burton entered Michigan as one
of the most heralded high school
stars that the state ever produced.
His younger brother, "Big Ed,"
plays for the Harlem Globetrotters.
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of juniors and sophomores, he has
received another boost from an "Without a doubt we'll win the
unexpected source. Goalie Ross NCAA championships," predicted
Childs still has one more semester
of elgibiitydiving coach Bruce Harlan.
of eligibility.
It has been only two years since Rarely does a team enter a
Renfrew took over the coaching championship meet so certain of
reins from Vic Heyleger, and he victory, but Harlan hardly went
didn't realize-until this week that out on a limb with that state-
Childs didn't start until the spring ment.
semester before Renfrew's arrival. The genial, former Ohio State
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ToF Rnkd a Teames
Filled winth Sopho re
By DAVE LYON
and two of them took third places
Competition in Big Ten and two took fourths. Two sophs
wrestling for the next two years (MSU's Norm Young and Michi-
should be a rugged three-team af- gan's Don Corrierre) won chain-
fair, judging from results of last Epionships, one was a runnerup,
weekend's Conference mat meet- and two others won consolation
A close four-team race, such as medals.
that staged last weekend at Iowa The only one of this year's top
City, is unusual for a Big Ten teams that will have to rebuild
meet. What is even more striking extensively is runnerup Iowa,
is that three of the four top squads which is losing six of its eight men
are composed mostly of sopho- by graduation,
mores. With all these seniors and with
Michigan Has Most Sophs a home crowd to encourage them,
Of the contending teams, Mich- Iowa couldn't win the team cham-
igan, had the most first-year men, pionship. If any one of last Sat-
six, accompanied by a junior and urday's matches could be pin-
a senior. Michigan State finished pointed as the Hawkeyes' down-
third, one point behind second- fall, it was the 177-lb. title match
place Iowa, with a lineup con- between Jim Craig of Iowa and
sisting of five sophs, two seniors, Bill Wright of Minnesota.
and -a junior, Bad Break for Iowa
Half of champion Minnesota's Had Craig beaten Wright, Iowa
eight starters were first-year men, would have had 42 team points
and Minnesota 47 going into the
last bout, where Iowa would be
assured of seven points, with no
opportunity for the Gophers to
Gre LOken score.
re! But Wright came out of a 3-3
tie in the last period to win going
away, 7-3, and this gave Minne-
e t sota an 11-point lead. Gordon
Trapp, Iowa heavyweight, had to
pin MSU's tough Tim Woodin in
the final bout to give the Hawks
a tie. Trap could not perform this
task, and Woodin held out for a
6-4 victory,
NCAA's at Iowa
The NCAA wrestling champion-
ships will be held March 26-28 at
I Iowa City. Michigan Coach Cliff
Keen said he should know by to-
X day who is going. Most likely are
~-~ 123-lb. Mike Hoyles, 130-lb. Larry
Murray, 157-lb. Corriere, and 167-
V lb. Dennis Fitzgerald, who fin-
e~ ished second, third, first, and sec-
ond 'in their respective classes.
NCAA PLAYOFFS (First Round)
Louisville 77, E. Kentucky 63
Boston U. 60, Connecticut 58
Navy 76, N. Carolina 63
a W. Virginia 82, Dartmouth 68
A&.. Marquette 89, Bowling Green 71

Olympic diver found ready back-
ing from his old-time coach, Mike
Peppe. "I -knew Michigan had
great depth," said the Buckeye
coach after the Big Ten meet,
"but not that great."
The only really disappointing
performance by a Wolverine was
turned in by diver Dick Kimball.
The Michigan star, who beat Sam
Hall in a recent dual meet, fin-
ished 'fourth on the one-meter
board and a low eighth in the
three-meter event.-
Harlan' explained that Kimball
had attempted difficult dives
Which he hadn't quite perfected.
Hanley Back in Form
Harlan also looked to an im-
proved performance from veteran
freestyler, Dick Hanley. Hanley
lost his Big Ten 220-yd. freestyle
title by a few tenths of a second
to Bill Steuart, Michigan State's
triple winner. Although losing,
Hanley once again showed sem-
blance of the top form that
marked him the country's out-
standing freestyler when he was
only a sophomore.
His performance in practice
yesterday proved his determina-
I-M Bowling
Berg Captures
Roger Berg was the winner
of the I-M . all-campus bowling
singles title yesterday.
His total of;1,161 for six games
beat out second-place Bob Kar-
bel's 1,138. They were followed by
Bill Richmond with 1,131.
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tion to regain that crown. Sprint-
ing 50-yd, sprints with 30-second
interval rests between them, Han-
ley finished the last few with sen-
sational 25.0 second timings.
"Tell Steuart to save his car
fare," shouted one team member,
"Hanley's back in form again."

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