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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ehigan Cagers Play Idaho

Squad Weak in Decision over Purdue

By UTU ENZLER
Michigan's wrestlers had to rely
on a win by Karl Fink in the
final match of the afternoon last
Saturday to salvage a 14-11 vic-
tory over Purdue.
Purdue is the same team that
the Wolverines trounced by a
whopping 23-3 score when they
met last year. It is therefore evi-
dent that either Purdue is stronger
or Michigan is weaker.
Team Seemis Weaker
Unfortunately, it seems that both
are true. Dominic Fatta is one of
the classiest wrestlers in the con-
ference at 147 lbs. He won last
year, and defeated Wilfried Hilde-
brandt with ease this year. Bob
Marshall, another star in the Big
Ten, topped Dennis Fitzgerald,
something no one could do all last
year.
In addition to these powers, the
Boilermakers got very impressive
performances from unexpected
sources, Chip Rose, who tied soph-
omore John Zauner, and Tim
Mongon, who managed a tie with
Jack Barden.
Miss Hoyles, Olm, Wilbanks
The Wolverines are undoubtedly
weakened by the loss, through
graduation, of Mike Hoyles, whoj

registered the only pin of the
afternoon in last year's match,
having moved up from his 123-lb.
class to 130, as well as Fred Olm
at heavyweight, both of whom also
placed in the Big Ten champion-
ships. Ambi Wilbanks, the 130-lb.
king, is out for the season because
of injuries, and Dick Fronczak has
stopped competing because of
scholastic difficulties.
Nevertheless, the narrow escape
at Lafayette can be explained by
more than the personnel losses of
last year's team. This year's team
is favored to retain the title they
won last year, though perhaps not
by such an overwhelming score as
when they defeated runnerup Iowa
67-50.
Michigan was forced to compete
without the services of Jim Blaker,
147-lb. champ last year. He was in
Chicago taking an important ex-
am, but will probably see action
for the rest of the year, barring
injury or some similar tragedy,
Fitz Not in Shape Yet!
Fitzgerald was not in top shape
for his match with the tough
Marshall, having just recently
come off the gridiron and forced
to trim to his wrestling weight of
167 pounds in a big hurry. He will

be looking for revenge in March,
when the Big Ten championships
will be held, and don't be surprised
if Fitz faces Marshall for the title.
Guy Curtis, the unofficial 191-lb.
king, is still nursing the knee in-
jury incurred during the football
season. He could not make the trip
to Lafayette and is a doubtful
starter against Penn State when
they invade Ann Arbor this Fri-
day. When he does return to ac-
tion, Curtis is expected to be one
of the big favorites for individual
titles in dual meets and in the
championships.,
Armelagos Lessens Keen's Worries,
Orte of the most heartwarming
victories of the day was turned in
by sophomore Nick Armelagos at
123 lbs., which should lighten the
burden of lack of strength at the
lower weights that has worried
Coach Cliff Keen all year. -
If the sophomores and returnees
perform up to expectations, and if
injuries are not so numerous or so
long-lasting, it is very possible
that the close call at Lafayette was
a false alarm. If factors continue
to work against the forces of Lady
Luck, it will be fingernail biting
time in Ann Arbor whenever the
wrestling team takes on a new foe.

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Paul
Arizin's 25-foot jump shot with
6 seconds to play last night gave
the Philadelphia Warriors a 110-
108 National Basketball Associa-
tion victory over the Detroit Pis-
tons.
The victory kept the Warriors
in first place in the Eastern Divi-
sion of the NBA.
Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain,
7'1" Warrior star and the league's
leading scorer, displayed uncanny
accuracy as he netted 36 points.
He hit on 15 of 16 field goal tries
at one stretch. Arizin added 29.
Gene Shue, a former Maryla'nd
cager, led) the Pistons. with 25
points . Bailey Howell had '24,
New York 117, Boston 115
NEW YORK-Dick Garnaker's
field goal at the final horn gave
the New York Knickerbockers a
117-115 victory over the Boston
Celtics.
Boston, which had beaten the
Knicks in 15 of the teams' last 17
games, erased a 21-point Knick
lead, 107-86, in the last 8:30 of
play, getting a tie at 115-115 on
Frank Ramsey's basket with'sev-
en seconds left. Ken Sears led
the scorers with 34.
NBA Standings
, EASTERN DIVISION
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