THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, DECIE
[P UPPERCLASSMEN, 88-68:
rosh, Soph Thinclads Win Meet
higan's track outlook, which
Don Canham labelled bright
960, seems destined to re-
that way for years to come
ig by last night's 88-68 vic-
by the freshman-sophomore
over the junior-seniors in an
-squad meet in Yost' Field
underclassmen won six
s, tied for first in another,
placed second five times in
ling their stunning victory.
The score would undoubtedly
have been much closer, however,
if the three defending Big Ten
champions, who would have com-
peted for the junior-seniors, had
entered their events. Bennie Mc-
Rae (hurdles), Tom Robinson
(sprints) and Steve Williams
(broad jump did not compete for
Mac Hunter, a freshman whom
Canham calls "as good as any
sprinter I've ever seen," turned
in the night's outstanding per-
Hers Open Holiday Trip;
o Face Sioux Tonight
By DAVE ANDREWS
Michigan's high-flying hockey
m riding the crest of a three-
ne winning streak, meets North
kota tonight at Grand Forks in
first game of a six-game holi-
r swing through the West.
Following the weekend series
h the Sioux, the Wolverines
ve into Colorado Springs for a
r with Colorado College next
nday and Tuesday and then
ift to Denver to meet the power-
Pioneers in two games Thurs-
y and Friday.
Tie for Lead
Via last week's surprising double
a over luckless North Dakota,
e Wolverines are currently
rched in a three-way tie for the
stern Collegiate Hockey Asso-
tion lead along with Denver and
A. sweep of the six games would
t Michigan in the driver's seat,
but the other extreme would all
but eliminate them.
Michigan Coach Al Renfrew is
hoping for "at least a split," which'
would leave the Wolverines in a
position to challenge for the lead
when they meet Michigan Tech
here on Jan. 6-7.
North Dakota, however, still
smarting from the double loss here
last week to the Wolverines in the
midst of a seven-game losing
streak, may have other ideas.
Although the seven straight
league losses have eliminated them
from the title picture, it must be'
remembered that five of those de-
feats came at the hands of power-
ful Michigan Tech and Denver.
Tonight the Sioux will have the
advantages of a friendly crowd
and Renfrew remains wary of
their team speed. They skated as
well as the Wolverines last week,
but defensive lapses cost them a
split here. With the addiitonal ex-
perience gained against Denver
this week, the Sioux could be ready
formance when he was clocked in
:06.3 in the 60-yd dash. The time
tied the freshman record set by
Tom Robinson three years ago.
But Canham Admitted he re-
ceived his real encouragement
from the performances of Ray
Locke in the shot put, and Wally
Schafer and Frank Geist in the
880. Locke won the shot put with
a tremendous heave of 55'5", and
Schafer grabbed the 880 in a fast
1:55.2 with Geist not far behind in
:Locke, in his first competition
of the year, was only a foot be-
hind his winning distance in the
Big Ten outdoor met last spring.
Infatigable Ergas Leps kept the
upperclassmen close as he captured
the mile in 4:26, and then an-
chored the winning mile relay
In the relay Leps ran his 440-
yd. lap in :49.9 to come from 15
yards behind and nip John Gregg
at the tape in 3:26.
In the locker room after the
meet, Canham admitted that his
team is in "pretty good shape, and
barring injuries and ineligibilities
should be ready for Big Ten com-
SHOT PUT: 1. Locke, 2. Trevar-
then. Distance - 555'"'. BROAD
JUMP: 1. Thelwell. Niles (Tie). Dis-
tance-21'8". POLE VAULT: 1. Ov-
erton, Wade (Tie). Distance-13'.
HIGH JUMP: 1. Cephas, Ammer-
man (Tie). Distance-6'2". 60-YD.
DASH: 1. Hunter, 2. Gregg. Time-
:06.3 (Ties freshman record). 60-
YD. HIGH HURDLES: 1. Tbelwell,
2. Petz. Time :08.6. 440-YD. DASH:
1. Nicholson, 2. Reese. Time -
:51.3. 880-YD. RUN: 1, Schafer, 2.
Geist. Time-1:55.2. 65-YD. LOW
HURDLES: 1. Cephas, 2. Peltz. Time
-:07.7. 1,000-YB. RUN: 1. Samp-
son, 2. Beamer. Time--2:19.9. MILE
RUN: 1. Leps, 2. Hayes. Time -
4:26.0. TWO-MILE RUN: 1. Martin,
2, Wyman. Time-9:33.0. 600-YB.
RUN: 1. Gibson, 2. Williams. Time
1:18.4. MILE RELAY: 1. Nicholson,
Geist, Chalfant, Leps, 2. Rees%,
Schafer, Dickerson, Gregg. Time-
... takes two firsts
Wolverines To Face Penn State
In Battle of Sectional Champions
By TOM WEBBER The meet also features several went on to cop fourth pI
Tonight's wrestling meet with individual champions. The-Nittany 157-lb. NCAA finals.
Penn State has all the ingredients Lions boast co-captain Johnston Karl Fink and Kellerma
to make it one of the best dual Oberly, last year's Eastern heavy- only two Wolverines who
meets of the season. weight champ. The only blemish in last year's meet. Kelle
The meet, to be held in the I-M on Oberly's record last year was a pinned, while Fink bat'
Building at 7:30, pits two cham- tie with Michigan's Fred Olm, who draw, one of three in the
pionship teams and at the same graduated last spring. Both squads are undE
time two of the most successful The Wolverines will, have four far this year in dual me
wrestling coaches in the nation. Big Ten champs in their lineup in BULLETIN
Penn State Is last year's Eastern the person of Dennis Fitzgerald, MILWAUKEE (IP)
intercollegiate champion, and 167 lbs., Fred Kellerman; 137 lbs., Milwaukee Braves las
Michigan is defending Big Ten Jim Blaker, 147 lbs., and the 1959 traded pitchers Jaun
champion, while both coaches, champ, Don Corriere at 157 lbs. and Joey Jay to the
Charlie Spiedel of Penn State and The Nittany Lions have four mati Reds for infield
the Wolverines' Cliff Keen, have grapplers returning who scored McMillan and a playe
been coaching for 35 years. points in .last year's win over named later.
During this time Spiedel and Michigan. Tony Scordo and Ober- The Reds kept Js
Keen have posted a combined rec- ly had draws, while co-captain ticketed Pizarro and C
ord of 357 wins, ,121 losses and 21 Jerry Seckler won a decision. Ron Lish for the White
ties in dual meet competition. Pifer provided Penn State with its exchange for third I
Tonight's meet is the rubber winning margin with a pin, and Gene Freese.
match between the two teams.
Penn State tied the series at 4-4
last year with a 19-12 win. I' #% A E
M' Cagers To Travel West
For Wichita, Denver Tilts
Flush from a rather easy 68-51
victory over Idaho, Michigan's
basketball team will journey out
west during vacation for games
with WichitaeandsDenver next
Monday and Wednesday.
Coach Dave Strack is anxious
to see if his club can continue the
same snappy style and aggressive
defense displayed in the second
half Wednesday night.
Wichita blew a 17 point lead
Tuesday night and lost to Mar-
quette, 82-79, its first defeat of
"They are prone to be ragged,"
Assistant Coach Jim Skala said,
"but (Ron) Heller is a real fine
ball player." The 6'6" forward
scored 26 points, and is an All--
America candidate out west,
though he didn't play basketball
in high school.
In Denver, the Wolverines face
a young team with only three
lettermen but some promising
sophomores. One includes 6'4" Tim
Vezay, who averaged 32 points
a game last year at Glendale Jun-
ior College in California.
Denver hasn't started too well,
losing by 25 points to Nebraska
the other night, but is expected
to be good by mid-season.
After these two contests, Michi-
gan returns home to face Brown,
December 28, in the last game
before the Big Ten season opens
Jan. 7 when the Wolverines host
Bell & Howell
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