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THE MICUIGAN DAILY

Indiana

GREAT SAVE - Michigan goalie Dave Butts makes one of
his many fine saves in stopping a shot by Michigan Tech's Barry
Johnson that flew across the goal mouth.

U

Matmen Rout Indiana, 29-8

for the man he had to defeat in
the finals of the 1960 Western
Conference championships. Quig-
ley succumbed to the speedier,
stronger Kellerman, 8-2.
With only a few seconds re-
maining on the clock, Wilfried
Hildebrandt scored two points on
a takedown to nip his 147-lb. rival
3-2. Jim Blaker could manage only
a 2-2 tie with Russ Smith at 157
lbs. Blaker usually wrestles at 147
lbs. and didn't have quite the ex-
tra strength to offset the weight
advantage of his foe.
Cheers!.
Corriere brought cheers from the
crowd when he chased his heavier
opponent around the ring for a
while, finally caught him, threw
him around, roughed him up, then
pinned him at 2:48 of the first
period.
In an equally one-sided match,
Dennis Fitzgerald toyed with his
opponent, who also had a weight
advantage as Fitz moved up from
his title-winning weight of 167 to
take on the 177-lb. John Maroni,
and won the match with a run-
away 13-2 score.
Jack Barden, the sophomore
from Port Huron, won his match
by a closer 5-3 score, with a last-
Easy Win
115-1b.--Armelagos (M), forfeit
123-1h.--Carlino (I) def. hoot, 21
130-Ih.-mutcherson (I) def. Nosan-
chick, 6-1
137-lb.-Kellerman (M) der. Quigley,
8-2
147-lb.--Hildebrandt (M) def. Schultz,
3-2
157-1h.-Blaker (M), Smith (I), 0-0
(Tie)
167-ib.-Corriere (M) pinned Galvin,
177- b.--Fitzgerald (M) def. Maroni,
13-2
191-lb.-Barden (M) def. Putorti, 4-3
11wt.-Fink (M) pinned Anderson,
5 :40
NBA Standings
WESTERN DIVISION
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 24 12 .667 -
Cincinnati 21 24 .467 7
Los Angeles 17 25 .40?5 10
Detroit 15 23 .395 10
EASTERN DIVISION
IV L Pct. G11
Boston 28 11 .718 -
Philadelphia 26 12 .684 11
Syracuse 15 23 .395 12
New York 12 28 .300 16!z
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
New York 120, Syracuse 117
NHL Standings
W L T P GF GA
Montreal 24 10 5 53 141 107
Toronto 22 11 7 51 133 9)
Chicago 17 14 8 42 109 106
Detroit 15 16 8 38 106 117
New York 10 23 5 25 102 130
Boston 8 21 9 25 96 128
LAST NI G'S RESULTS
Toronto 4, Boston 1
Montreal 6, New York 3

minute reversal deciding
match.

the

Fink Pins Man
Fink was leading 6-1 in bout
points when he applied the pres-
sure to Lloyd Anderson, practically
breaking him in half for the pin.
After the meet Coach Keen said
he was very pleased with the out-
come of the day's activities, but he
knew "his boys could do better."
When Indiana Coach McDaniel
was asked for a comment after the
trouncing, he simply shrugged his
shoulders and said, "What can you
say after your team loses 29-8?"
FOOTBALL SHORTS:
Lions Win
By The Associated Press
MIAMI -- Dick Lane blocked
Sam Baker's try for extra point
in the final period to give the
Detroit Lions a 17-16 victory over
the Cleveland Browns in a meet-
ing between the runners-up in the
National Football League in the
Orange bowl yesterday.
The Lions had taken a 17-10 lead
on a 57-yard march midway in
the final period, but an 87-yard
pass play, Milt Plum to Bob
Mitchell, brought Cleveland to
within a point of a tie, which was
the way it ended.
* * *
South 33, North 26
MOBILE - Marksman Norman
Snead of Wake Forest hit Fred
Brown of Georgia on a 32-yard
touchdown pass with seven se-
conds left to give the south I
33-26 victory yesterady in a thrill
packed senior bowl game before
36,287 frenzied fans.

S

B'NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
TONIGHT at 6 P.M.
SUPPER CLUB
. .
7 P.M.
"The Second Crucifixion"
a Book Review of a current novel by
Maurice Samuel
By MRS. GERDA M. SELIGSON
a lecturer in Classical Studies Dept.
Open to the Public--1429 Hill

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