THE MICH~IGAN iDAILY
Fans Join Fray as Contest Is Halted;
Hayton, Nodak. Manager Battle On
Michigan Swim Tean
Submerges IAC, 60-4
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which he stopped. The tired Wol-
verines had been slowing down
through the entire game, and by
the last few minutes, any offensive
thrusts on their part were of a!
Fortunate Game Was Called
Hard hit by injuries all season,i
Renfrew's squad skated on the ice'
with the smallest number of men
in uniform that he has been able
to muster this year. And perhaps
it was fortunate that the game
was called when it was, as the 11
Wolverines that started the game
were cut to 10 after one period
and those remaining were staying
in on heart alone.
Captain Bobbie Watt, recovering
from 35 stitches and four lost
teeth as a result of the Michigan
Tech Series, did not even dress.
Pat Cushing, who has been play-
ing with a shoulder brace all year,
had the additional problem of a
cut hand. Cushing did not return
to the ice after one period, being
unable to hold a stick in his in-
jured hand. Only Tom Wilson's
return to action made possible the
anemic 10 man squad that Ren-
frew will send out again tonight.
L~ast night's encou~nter opened
slowly as the Wolverines were
content to control the puck in
preparation for the rough evening
ahead. Neither team's offenses
looked sharp in this first stanza,
although the Wolverines were able
to put pressure on the Sioux nets
twice without scoring.
North Dakota played merely a
good defensive game until 17:50
when Joe Poole slapped a 20 foot
screen shot past Coyle for the
game's first tally.
Only Chance To Cheer
After a score by Art Miller at
1:22 of the second period, giving
some indication of things to come,
Michigan got its only chance to
cheer. On the prettiest breakaway
of the season, Bob White, Clary
Princeton 75, Columbia 69
Penn 63, Cornell 57
Bradley 92, Toledo 73
Holy Cross 72, Colgate 64
Baylor 46, Rice 45
Denver Univ. 8, U.S. Nationals S
St. Louis 102, Syracuse $9:
Philadelphia 105, Boston 98
Cincinnati 95, Minneapolis 91
Mattson and John Hutton raced
down the ice for a score, with
White doing the honors from
After this however, the strain
began to show and more and more
of the play was centered in front
of Coyle's net. The final save
totals showed this as Coyle had
33 to only 14 for Peabody. The re-j
mainder of the game saw the Sioux
skate Michigan into the ice and
tally four more times in the pro-
cess. The evening's best single per-
formance came from N. Dakota's
Bernie Haley who lit the red lightj
twice within 18 seconds, both un-
A futile evening was summed up
by Michigan's White in the locker
room afterward, "You get tired,
and you can't do anything."
However, the Wolverines will
try again tonight at 8 p.m.
Special to the Daily
Michigan North Dakota
Coyle G Peabody
Hayton D Steenson
W hite D Brunetta
Hutton C Morelli
Mattson LW Paschke
Bochen RW Miller
Spares: Michigan, Childs, Cushing,
Gourley, MacDonald, Wilson. North
Dakota, Thulner, LaFrance, Poole,
Began, King, Larson, Haley, Tomlison,
First Period: Scoring: North Dakota,
Poole (King, Merrifield) 17:50. Penal-
ties: North Dakota, Steenson (trip-
ping and ten minute misconduct)
3:18, King (tripping) 10:05. Michigan,
Bochen (charging) 2:18.
Second Period: Scoring: North Da-
kota, Miller (Paschke, Morelli) 1:22,
LaFrance (To lnhison) 8:24, King
(Poole, Brunetta) 15:29. Michigan,
White (Hutton, Mattson) 5:03. Penal-
ties: North Dakota, Merrifield (high
sticking) 5:55. Michigan, Hayton (high
Third Period: Scoring: North Da-
kota, Haley (unassisted) 1:46, Haley
unassisted) 2:03. Penalties: North Da-
kota, King, (high sticking) 2:05, Bru-
netta (tripping) 12:54, Larson (ten
minute misconduct) 12:54. Michigan,
Bochen (high sticking) 2:05, Hutton
(slashing and ten minute misconduct)
14:23, Hayton (crosschecking) 14:42.
Sab'es 1 2 3 Total
Coyle (Michigan) 6 19 8 33
Peabody (N. Dakota) 8 6 0 14
SCORE BY PERIODS
1 2 3 Total
INDIANAPOLIS - Michigan's
swim team, tired from the long
bus ride to Indianapolis, retained
enough power nevertheless to
whip the Indianapolis Athletic
Club, 65-40, last night at the IAC
Shorthanded because of com-
ing exams, the Wolverines swam
without Captain Cy Hopkins, free-
stylers Dick Hanley, Carl Woolley,
Pete Fries, and juniors Dick Mehl
and Ed Pongracz, but the re-
serve depth again proved itself
and made the victory possible.
The 'M' squad took both the
400-yd. medley relay and the 400-
yd. freestyle relay and thus
wrapped up their victory.
The win was a balanced one
with most of the team figuring in
the scoring. Stager, however,
singled out three individuals for
special praise. Mentioned were
Mike Natelson, who captured the
200-yd. butterfly, John Smith for
his victory in the 200-yd. back-
stroke, and Al Maten who took the
Dick Kimball, competing in the
diving for the first time in recent
meets, took first place in the
event;, he was followed by Tony
Turner of Michigan, and this one-
two finish added eight' points to
the visitors' efforts.
Tony Tashnick also swam his
usual fine race by capturing the
individual medley and taking
third place in the 440-yd. free-
One new record was set by Al
Somers of the IAC in the 440-yd.
freestyle as he negotiated the dis-
tance in 4:37.6. Somers was the,
only double winner of
as he also raced to vict
220-yd. freestyle. Denn
of the IAC took a first
ond place to become t.
high point man of the
MISSED AGAIN--Early in the game Gary Mattson is shown trying an unsuccessful shot. In the
background is John Hutton, who set the play up with a pass from the corner. Michigan fans were
on their feet for this one, but the Wolverines failed to keep the pressure on.
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY: 1. C
(Rich Keenan, Ken Ware, Mike Na
son,'Jack Pettinger); 2. IAC,. Tim
220-Y7D. FREESTYLE: 1. A~l Som
IAC; 2. George Breen, IAC; 3. Fr
Legacki, U.M. Time - 2:08.7.
50-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. John
Guire, U.M.; 2. Denny O'Neill, L
3. Cobun, IAC. Time - :24.1.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
Tony Tashinck, U.M.; 2. Mike V
iams, IAC; 3. Dave Gillanders, 1
Diving: 1. Dick Kimball, U.M.
Tony Turner, U.M.; 3. Martin, L
200-YD. BUTTERFLY: 1. Natel
U.MW.; 2: Pettinger, U.M.; 3. Eary, ]
100-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. O'N
IAC; 2. Andy Morrow, U.M. 3.
Guire. U.M. Time -:53.5.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE: 1. J
Smith, U.M.; 2. Keenan, U.M.;
Burke, IAC; Time-2:12.1.
440-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Som
IAC; 2. Breen, IAC; 3. Tashnick, I
209-YD. BREASTSTROKE: 1. W
U.M.; 2. Al Maten, U.M.; 3. Pru
400-1D. FREESTYLE: I 1. U.,. (
gacki, McGuire, Pettinger, Moro
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GYMNASTS WIN HOME DEBUT, 66 -45%:
Montpetit and Marion Lead Triumph over SIU
-By FRED KATZ
Richard Montpetit and Nino
Marion accounted for nearly two-
thirds of Michigan's point total
last night as the Wolverines
downed Southern Illinois in a
gymnastics meet at the Intramural
The sophomore and junior sen-
sations grabbed four firsts, three
seconds, a third and two fourths
between them to make Michigan's
1958-59 home debut a successful)
The Maize and Blue dumped
Iowa and Minnesota last week in
a double dual meet to bring their
mark for the young season to 3-0.
In all, the Wolverines took five
of seven firsts against their foe,
regarded as one of the Midwest's
toughest. The Salukis had pre-
viously beaten Indiana by an over-
whelming margin, 72-40.
Montpetit proved unbeatable In
both the side horse and parallel
bars, racking up scores of over 90
in each. He also added seconds in
the free exercise and high bar, and
dipped to fourth in the still rings.
Marion, the second half of last
night's double punch, picked up
21 points, one less than Mont-
His performance bordered on the
sensational considering that he
was a doubtful participant up until
the time of the meet. However, a
muscle spasm responded well to
Marion finished on top in the
free exercise, his specialty, and
FREE EXERCISE: 1. Marion (M),
2. Montpetit (M), 3. tie-Dozauer (M)
Kalakian (SIU), 5. Wiley (SIU).
TRAMPOLINE: 1. Cole (M), 2. Kal-
akian (SIU), 3. tie-Clarkson (M) and
Shidler (SIU), 5. Blaney (SIU).
SIDE HORSE: 1. Montpetit (M), 2.
Kies (SIU), 3. Marion (M), 4. Taylor
(SIU), 5. Ostarello (SIU).
HIGH BAR: 1. Taylor (SIU), 2.
Montpetit (M), 3. Dozauer (M), 4.
Marian (M), 5. Buffum (SIU).
PARALLEL BARS: 1. Montpetit (M),
2. Marion (M), 3. Dozauer (M), 4.
Tijerina (SIU), 5. tie - Fester (SIU)
and Taylor (SIU).
STILL RINGS: 1. Marion (M), 2.
tie-Dozauer (M) and Foster (SIU),
4. Montpetit (M), 5. Fester (SIU).
TUMBLING: 1. Kalakian (SIU), 2.
Wiley (SIU), 3. Blaney (SIU), 4.
Brown (M), S. Skinner (M).
took the honors on the still rings
as well. In addition, he managed
a second on the parallel bars, a
third on the side horse and a
fourth on the high bar.
Notching Michigan's remaining
first was co-captain trampolinist
Wolf Dozauer added plenty of
depth with a second on the still
rings and thirds on the high and
parallel bars and in the free exer-
The Wolverine's decisive win
came without the services of two
important point-getters, co-cap-
tain Jim Hayslett and Cole's mate
on the trampoline, Dick Kimball.
Hayslett was out because of a
week-old chest injury while Kim-
ball was on the road with the
SRelax while studying
for Exams with a
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