THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Babcock Scores Three Goals,
To Pace Michigan Hockey Win
'M' Wrestlers Conquer Purdi
ON THE MOVE--North Dakota's Don White chases .the puck while Michigan's Dale McDonald
tries to get by an unidentified player to intercept it as teammate Bill Kelly eagerly looks on, during
last night's hockey action at the Coliseum.
SPILLS AND CHILLS:
Legacki Takes Three FiSts;
Sophs impress In Swim Gala
By OTTO PENZLER
With Frank Legacki taking three
first places, and sophomores im-
pressively winning five events and
tying in a sixth, Coach Gus Stager
had good reason to be smiling after
yesterday's 24th Annual Swim
In the afternoon, John -Dumont,
a sophomore from Newton, New
Jersey, won the 400-yd. freestyle,
defeating another sophomore,
sophomore, Warren Uhler, with
little trouble as he led all the way.
Dumont came back to win the
220-yd. freestlye to become the
first double winner of the night.
The competition diving was held
in the afternoon, with Ron Jaco
winning by almost 100 points
over T. Francis, 494.1 to 395.1. The
nighttime diving was slightly less
serious, with Dick Kimball, Michi-
gan diving coach, and company
putting on exhibitions that thrilled
and delighted the good-sized
crowd, which showed their ap-
preciation with claps, "oohs," and
a good springling of 'ahs.
Legacki, Plummer Tie
The first event on the evening
program was the 50-yd. freestyle
sprint, a quick race that Legacki
has specialized in ending as
quickly as possible. He ended it in
22.8, good for no more than a tie
for first as Brook Plummer sur-
prised by slapping his hand on
the edge of the pool as quickly as
Steve Thrasher appeared in the
win column for the first time in
the 100-yd. backstroke, barely
beating Fred Wolfe, who registered
the same 59.0 clocking. 'Alex
Gaxiola, Olympic competitor for
Mexico, was close behind at 59.1.
Dick Nelson, another sophomore,
won both the 100-yd. and 200-yd.
breastrokes with apparent ease. In
the 200, he defeated Ron Clark,
Big Ten champion and holder of
numerous records, and in the 100
turned in what must be considered
the outstanding performance of
the meet. His time, 1:03.0, was a
full 3.2 seconds less than his
closest rival, John Baker, and set
a new pool record.
The 200-yd. butterfly was no
surprise as Olympic medalist
Dave Gillanders won the event
going away in the fine time, for
this early in the season, of 2:05.8.
Freshman Jeff Moore finished
Legacki picked up his second
first, this one with a, little more
room to spare, as he beat Plummer
in the 100-yd. freestyle in 50.6. He
continued his great performance
with a triumph over Gillanders
and Moore in the 100-yd. butter-
Wolf, former Michigan star, won
both the 200-yd. backstroke and
the individual medley.
Stager, evidently pleased with
the results of the meet, had
special praise for his sophomores
and Legacki. He said that Michi-
gan "has the versatility that is the
earmark of a powerful team."
¢40-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. John
Dumont, 2. Warren Uhler, 3. Win
Pendleton, 4. John Urbancsok, 5.
Roy Burry, 6. Tonm Dudley. 4:38.2.
3-METER DIVING: 1. Ron Jaco,
494.1; 2. T. Francis, 395.1; 3. Pete
Cox, 359.25; 4. Paul Attar, 298.45.
50-YD. FREESTYLE -- 1. Brook
Plummer, Frank Legacki (tie), 3.
Carl Woolley, 4, Dick Hanley, 5.
Dennis Floden, John McGuire (tie).
220-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Dumont,
2. Wooley, 3. Pendleton, 4. Uhler,
5. Owen Kleinschmidt, 6. Andy Mor-
100-YD. BACKSTROKE --1. Steve
Thrasher, 2. Fred Wolf, 3. Alex
Gaxiola, 4. Mike Reissing, 5. Kurt
Hines, 6. Glen Davies. :59.0.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE--1. Dick
Nelson, 2. Ron Clark, 3. John Bak-
er, 4. Jerry Bodolay, 5. John Van
Veellen, 6. Ken Wari. 2:23.2.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Dave
Gillanders, 2. Jeff Moore, 3. Charles
Strong, 4. Em Maynard, 5. Bob
Shaefer, 6. Uhier. 2:05.8.
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Le-.
gacki, 2. Plummer, 3. Dave Heizer,
4. Woolley, 5. Morrow, 6. Thrasher.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE -- 1. Wolf,
2. Reissing, .3. Thrasher, 4. Gaxiola,
5. Richard Han, 6. Bob Rodes.
100-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Nelson, 2. Baker, 3. Bodolay, 4. Van
Veellen, 5. Ware, 6. Pete Fowler.
1:03.0 (Sets new pool record).
100-YD. BUTTERFLY -- 1. Le-
gacki, 2, Gillanders, 3, Moore, 4.
Thrasher, 5. Shaefer, 6. Wolf. :55.3.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY--
1. Wolf, 2. Woolley, 3. Moore, 4.
Harry Huffaker, 5. Thrasher, 6. Gil-
special to The Daily
Michigan opened its wrestling
schedule yesterday with a close
14-11 win over Purdue's Boiler-
The Wolverines won four in-
dividual matches to the Boiler-
makers three, with a tie occurring
in ,the 177-lb class.
The match was tied going into
the final, event, the heavyweight
class,. but Karl Fink defeated his
opponent 6-1, to give Michigan the
win. Fink normally wrestles at the
177-lb class, but was moved up to
heavyweight because of an injury
to Guy Curtis.
Michigan got a good perform-
ance from sophomore Nick, Ar-
melagos in the 123-lb division,
when he defeated Rod Seto 4-2.
Coach Cliff Keen had been worried
about the lower divisions, but on
the basis of yesterday's matdh,
Armelagos should help to ease this
Sophomore Zauner dropped his
first college match to Chip Rose,
3-7, in the 137-lb class. Jack Bar-
den, another sophomore, filling
the 177-lb hole left by Fink,
wrested to a 2-2 draw with Tim
Purdue won another match when
Dominic Fatta whipped Wilfried
Hildebrandt, 9-3. Fatta was the
only one to get points for Purdue
in the last dual meet between the
Fred Kellerman and Don Cor.e
riere were the other individual
winnersfor Michigan. Kellerman
is the defending Big Ten champ
at 1737-lbs but moved to 130-lbs
to fill a gap left by the injured,
Ambi Wilbanks. Corriere is just
getting back into action after a
year's layoff. He was the 1959
champ at 157-lbs.
The big event in the meet was
the match between Dennis Fitz-
gerald and Bob Marshall, which
Marshall won 4-0. Fitzgrald.was
undefeated in dual meet competi-.
tion last year and had barely
squeezed ou a one point victory
over Marshall. But this year things
were different. These two will
probably, meet again in the Big
Ten meet to decide the 167-l
"Fitz Was not as sharp as he
should have been, and is not in
wrestling condition yet," Keen
said after the meet.
123--Armelagos (M) 4, Seto () 2
130-elleran (M) 4, McCory (P) 3
137-Rose ( ) 3, Zaner () 1
147-Fatta () 9, Hildebrandt (M) 3
157-Corriere (M) 7, Gibson (P) 3
167-Marshall (P) 4, Fitzgerald (M)
177-Barden (M) 2, Mongon (P) 2-
Hwt.-Fink (M) 6, Lineniber () 1
SAN FRANCICSO MA) - Power-
ful Paul Hornung defied rain and
mud with a 28-yard touchdown
run and two field goals yesterday
giving Green Bay a 13-0 victory
over the San Francisco 49ers.
The triumph sent the Packers
atop the National Football League's
Western Division at least until
Baltimore pla~ys at Los Angeles
today, and dropped the 49ers out
of the three-way lead tie.
Hornung and fullback Jim Tay-
lor, a pair of 216-pound drivers,
provided Green Bay with a twin
howitzer attack as the Packer
defense completely muffled San
Francisco's shotgun spread offeise.
Taylor, a third year pro from
Louisiana State, netted 161 yards,
rushing, a new individual single
game record. Spec Sanders of the
old New York Yankees gained 160
in 1947 and Hornung gained 138
against San Francisco last year.
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