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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'M'-MSU on Radio

9 IJ J 1UI1IV5 VY ll The Michigan-Michigan State
will be broadcast over two local
radio stations. WCBN -- The
were Tod Sloan, Ted Lindsay, Campus Broadcasting Network,
Eddie Litzenberger and Al Arbour, and WHRV, Ann Arbor will
Labine scored his first goal to both carry the play-by-play
cut the. Chicago advantage on a' from Denison Field House,
tip-in at 19:58 of the middle ses- Saturday.nThe contest Hilube-
sion, and then tied the count at Sat The c ew -
5:50 of the finale by slamming in gin at 8:00 p.m.
a five-footer off a rebound. No tickets for the game are
Litzenberger also assisted on available. Michigan State's
the goals by linemates Lindsay ticket office reports that it has
and Sloan and boosted his point been sold out for three weeks.
total to 62, just two behind New This is the only time the two
York's Andy Bathgate, the NHL teams will meet this year.
scoring leader.

Track Team To Host Revised
Western Michigan Tomorrow

Evy Gets Top Salary

By BILL ZOLLA
Coach George Dales leads his
improved Western Michigan track
squad into Ann Arbor tomorrow
night for their dual meet with
Michigan at Yost Fieldhouse.
Despite the loss of famed dash
man, Ira Murchison, who has com-
pleted his eligibility, and the
mid-year graduation of standout
vaulter Jerry Beckner and broad
jumper Roger Shepler, the Bron-
cos' indoor track team has better
balance and greater depth than
last year.
Moving in to the slot vacated
by Shepler is Fletcher Lewis a
broad jumper who has surpassed
23 feet. Expected to fill in for
Beckner is Tom Segal who should
be a point maker in the pole vault.
Segal will of course have his work
cut out for him as he must com-
pete against two of the nation's
top vaulters, Eeles Landstrom and
Captain Mamon Gibson of Michi-
gan.
The Bronco strength seems to
be situated in the distance events
though. Jerry Ashmore, Art Ever-
sole, Ron Hopkins and Dave Red-
ding will run in the mile and two-
mile races and are expected to
pile up many points. Wolverine
track mentor, Don Canham stated,
"They (Western Michigan) could
sweep the two-mile event, taking
the first three places."
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Ashmore, the top two-miler, re-
cently ran the event in 9:16.6, the
best he has ever done in competi-
tion, and he has been steadily im-
proving. This can be compared to
the Wolverines' best man in the
two-mile, Dick Schwartz, who
runs the distance in the 9:30's.
Eversole has run the mile in 4:12.
The Broncos will also be strong
in the middle distances with
Douglas Wuggazer the top man
in the half-mile. Wuggazer teams
up with Jerry Bocci and Dave
Edgerly to give the Western team

a powerful contingent in the 1000-
yd. run.
Strong Team
In the high and low hurdles, the
Broncos also show considerable
strength. Ed Henley tops the team
in both events with Dallas Shoe-
smith also giving support. Jack
Tomer is the leading Western high
jumper having cleared 6'6".
Dales has been coaching at
Western -Michigan since 1952
where he has brought his teams
into national prominence. He at-
tended Michigan for his MA de-
gree and also for his PhD.

ART EVERSOLE
... distance threat

Name Backfield Coach
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-Don Doll,
who resigned Tuesday as Southern
California's assistant football
coach, yesterday was named a
Notre Dame backfield coach by
new Irish Coach Joe Kuharich.
Kuharich, former Redskins head
coach, now has signed four former
pro stars and a former pro head
coach as his assistants. Previously,.
Kuharich signed Dick Stanfel,,
Dick Evans, and Bill Daddio, for-
mer pro stars, and Hugh Devore,
former head coach of the Phila-
delphia, Eagles.
O'Connell at Notre Dame
DES MOINES, Iowa-The ap-
pointment of Tommy O'Connell,
28, assistant football coach at
Illinois, as head coach at Drake
University was announced last
night.
As a quarterback for Illinois,
O'Connell broke every passing rec-.
ord in the Big Ten while leading
the Illini to the 1951 title and a
Rose Bowl victory.
Icers Beat Swedes
SODERHAMN, Sweden - The
U.S. National ice hockey team,
warming up for the world cham-
pionships in Prague, last night
defeated a Swedish provincial team
10-6.
The match was the American's
first of six scheduled warmup
matches tin Sweden. Bill Cleary of
Cambridge, Mass. was the leading
American scorer with four goals.
His brother, Bob Cleary, had three.
Mountaineers Stopped
NEW YORK - Clutch shooting
Cal Ramsey sank three pressure
free throws in the last 80 seconds
last night as unheralded NYU
snapped West Virginia's 11-game
winning streak 72-70 in an over-
time basketball thriller at Madison
I Square Garden.

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Kitchen Keepers 78, Sempervans 21
Rococo Five 34, Actuaries 22
Psi Kids 34, Wesleyans 13
Grid Five 49, Evans 29
Rabble Rousers 23, TEP 21
Buckeyes 30, Crescents 24
Forester's 29, CMS 20
Gomberg Older Element 34, Fyigo 24
Zips 25, Meatchoppers 22
Speedboys 53, Hawaiians 22
Cooley 34, Frederick 33
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY
Phi Delta Phi 49, Phi Alpha Delta 6
Alpha Kappa Kappa 26, Phi Delta
Epsilon 15
Delta Theta Phi 44, Phi Epsilon
Kappa 39
Nu Sigma Nu 58, Alpha Omega 19
Phi Alpha Kappa 56, Prescott 30
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