THE MICHIGAN DAILY
HAWKS' NINTH STRAIGHT VICTORY:
Unbeaten Iowa Mat Team Squeaks Past Michigan
Special to The Daily
IOWA CITY - Iowa's wrestling
team fully established itself as
the team to beat in the Big Ten
meet three weeks hence by squeak-
ing past Michigan, 14-12, in a
dual meet here last night.
A couple of referee's decisions
termed "unfortunate" by Michi-
gan coaches in the evening's first
two matches, plus disappointing
performances by sonme Wolverine
matmen, turned the tide for Iowa.
The Hawkeyes' victory was their
ninth straight of the season. .
Iowa's Bob Moser, runner-up at
123 pounds in last year's Big Ten
meet, edged Mike Hoyles, 3-1. But
the outcome might have been dif-
ferent had the referee awanded
Hoyles credit fbr an apparent es-
cape that would have made the
score 2-2 at the time and which
might have affected subsequent
events in the match. .
At 130, Larry Murray, captain
and only senior on the Michigan
team, squared his season record
Battle MSU Tomorrow
DECEPTIVE PHOTO ?-It appears as though Michigani's Tony
Seth has wrapped up the 1000-yd. run, but the judges saw it
differently and gave the nod to Western Michigan's Doug Wug-
gazer. The time was a good 2:14.8.
S Wwmp ToFe
By BILL ZOLLA
Michigan's track team raced to
an impressive victory in a triangu-
lar meet with Western Michigan
and the University of Detroit last
niht at Yost Fieldhouse, pilin
U. of D's 10.
Wolverine Coach Don Canham,
all smiles, exclaimed, "It was a
terrific meet. Some of the times
were truly amazii7g. Many boys ran
much better than expected, and
Mhs seet Records Smashed
Many records were broken, only
a few of real importance though,
since this was the first meeting of
these te'ams since 1944. Tom Rob-
SHOT PUT: 1. Crownley (1W), 2.
Boyden (M), 3. Gutowsky (W), 4.
Desklns (MW). Distance-48'9%".
HIGH JUMP: 1. Cephas (M) and
1W. Gibson (M) (tie), 3. Foley (M) and
BROAD JUP . Bid (1) 2. Wat-.
kins (D), 3-. Williams (M), 4. Steffes
PLE VULT 1. Ladtro W,
MILE: 1. Eversole (W), 2. Martin
(), 3.Schafer (1W), 4. Ashmnore (W).
440-YD. DASH: 1. B. Gibson (M),
2. Woodrlng (W), 3. Chalfant (M),
* (1) .Shoesm ith (W), 3. Trowbridge
(1W), 4. Kay (1W). Time - :08.1.
1000-YD. RUN: I. Wuggazer (W),
2. Seth (1W), 3. Edgerly (W), 4. Gray
(1W). Time - 2:14.8.
60-YD. DASH: 1. Robinson (1W), 2.
GreggSor (W), 3. Cephas (1W), 4. Shrer
600-YD. RUN: I. Dickerson (W). 2.
Watkins (D), 3. Bork (W), 4. Fischer
(1W). Time - 1:12.7.
300-YD. DASH: 1. RobInson (1W), 2.
Singleton (W), 3. Gregg (1W), 4. Simp-
son (1W). Time - 31.4. (New Yost
Field House Record).
880-SD. RUN: 1. Montour (1W), 2.
Deardorff (1W), 3. Taylor (W), 4. Wug-
g65-YI. LOW HURDLES: 1. Stanger
(1W, 2. hoesilth (W) 3. Cephas (MW),
TWO-MILE: 1. Eversole (WV), 2.
Schwartz (1W), 3. Hopkins (W), 4.
Dickersn, Chaant eth), .Wester
Michigan, 3. Detroit. Time - 3:22.5.
inson, the sophomore sprint cham-
pion from the Bahamas, took two
first places, in the 300-yd. and
60-yd. dashes, setting meet records
in both evns
Moreover, his time of :31H4 or
record and tied the all-time Michi-
gan mark held by Bob Ufer' and
Bob Brown. His winning time in
the 60 was :06.2, only one-tenth of
a second off the world indoor stan-
Pet Stanger, Michigan hrler,
double winner of the night, cap-
turing his specialties-the 65-,yd.
high and low hurdles-by nipping
WeensDallas Shoesmith in
Canhani was especially pleased
with the performances of Dick
Schwartz and Marshall Dickerson
who were clocked well under any
timhes they had previously re-
corded. Schwartz, second in the
aul ten seconds under his bst
The race itself was a stirring
duel, with the lead jockeying back
and forth until the final stretch
had his man beaten, bu n a great
sprint to the wire, Eversole had
mnore left in reserve and was vic-
toiu.Eversole also captured the
Special to the Daily
MADISON - Michigan's gym-
nastic squad tuned up for tomor-
row night's meet at Michigan State
by romping past Wisconsin, as ex-
pected, by a 75-33 score here last
way with two each. Coach Newt
Loken was encouraged by all the
Especially pleasing to the coach
were the performances of the 'M'
men in tumbling and still rings.
Bill Skinner and Jim *B row n
placed one-two in tumbling, and
continued to give Loken high hopes
of placing in the Big Ten meet in
this event-one which has been a
former Michigan weaness.
On the still rings Wolverines
Nino Marion, Wolf Dozauer and
Stall accomplished a sweep of the
top three places, all turning in
Hayslett's two firsts came in the
free eerciseS and on pthe parralk
in the side horse and high bar.
Frank Newman added the final
first on the trampgoline, followed
by C huck Clarkson and Ed Cole.
FREE FEXERCISE: 1. Hayslett (1W),
74 points; 2. Montpetit (1W); 3. Brown
(1W); 4. Sclherz (W); 5. Stebbins (W).
TRAMPO)LINE: 1. Newman (1W), 82
points; 2. Clarkson (1W); 3. Cole (1W);
4. Scherz (W); 5. Relnstra (W).
SIDE HORSE: 1. Stall (1W), 801,
7points; 2. MarontW);i3 M;pe.i
(1W); 4.(tlma);) 4..Jeennings;5.
HIGHI BR: 1. tallo (1W,), po3ts
2. Motpeti (1 ); 3. Doae (1W);
PARALLL BR: . Haysnet (),%
71points; 2. rontpeti; (.M);ns3.
(W);ma 4. V)eb 5. S(e).n W)
at 4-4 by downing Vince Garcia,
7-1. Michigan coaches thought
Murray pinned his m~n at one
time, but the referee thought dif-
ferently, so Michigan received
three team points instead of five.
The night's biggest surprise
came at 177, where Wolverine
K~arl Fink stopped previously un-
beaten Jim Craig, 3-2. Other
Michigan victories were scored by
Jim Blaker at 147 and Dick Fronc-
zak at 167.
Disappointing- were the per-
formances of Don Corriere at 157
and heavyweight Fred Olin. Cor-
riere, said Michigan assistant
coac Stve ole "an ou fgs
cision to veteran Tom Halford.
Loses 3-0 Lead
Olin, leading Gary Grouwinkel
3-0 in the second period, was re-
123-Moser TI dec yles, 3-1
130.-Murray (1W) dec. Garcia, 7-I
4Blake (1W dec Dalt 10-
157-Halford (I) dec. Corrlere, 3-2
Bloser-Johnson Johnny Horberd
Boll Weevils The Kingsmen
R. G. Quartetie
Jim Soluri -- Men of Note
versed twice in the latter stages,
and lost a 5-3 verdict. Olmn, both-
ered by an infection during the
week, was not in top shape for
last night's meet.
Defending Conference 137-lb.
champion Gene Luttrell kept his
season's slate clean by pinning
Michigan's Jim Agnew in 4:30.
Competing in exhibition along
with the regular contestants, Mar-
Ion and Dozauer piled up enough
points repectively in the high bar
and parallel bars to have placed
first if they had been entered.
after being injured, and Loken
found his return quite encour-
aging. "He adds greatly to both
our first place potential and gen-
eral depth," he declared.
The Wolverines will need all the
points they can muster tomorrow
when they visit East Lansing. The
Spavtans tied for the NCAA title
last year, and have a number of
their top men back. However,
nechance to edge the MS gym-
nasts if everyone turns in top per-
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