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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCH 7,1964

Tankers Second; Gymnasts in Tie;Icers Win

VCHA

Hoosiers
Hold Lead
By BILL BULLARD
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS-Michigan took
a firm but still not yet sure hold
of second place in the Big Ten
Swimming Meet at Cooke Exhibi-
tion Pool last night as sophomore
Rich Walls and junior Ed Bartsch
barely missed winning conference
championships.
Walls did get a share of the
championship by tying Indiana's
Chuck Ogilby in the 200-yard free-
style race, but his Big Ten record
that he swam in the preliminary
still stands. Bartsc's 200-yard
backstroke race went right down
to the wire before he was touched
out by :00.3 second by Indiana
sophomore Pete Hammer for first
place.
The Wolverines placed finalists
in all five events last night as they
trailed Indiana, 139% to 95.
Ohio State maintained itself in
third place with 773/4 points, while
Minnesota moved past Michigan
State into fourth place with 59%
points. The Spartans are in fifth
place with 46 points.
Other Teams
Other teams in the bottom half
of the standings are: Wisconsin,
20; Northwestern, 15 ; Purdue,
11; Iowa, 10/; Illinois, 3.
Walls set his Big Ten record
of 1:47.0 as he led all qualifiers
in the preliminaries. His mark
broke the old one of 1:48.2, set by
Indiana's Gary Verhoeven at the
1963 Big Ten Meet, and set a
Cooke Pool record.
Walls and Ogilby, the two fast-
est qualifiers in the preliminaries,
set the early pace and kept it up
throughout the event. Bill Farley,
who won the 500-yard freestyle in
Big Ten record timerThursday
night, started behind the two lead-
ers and made his move at the 150-
yard mark. He had almost caught
up to the two leaders at the 175-
yard mark, but he lost ground on
the turn as Walls and Ogilby
sprinted down the last 25 yards.
Finally Caught Up
Walls had been just a hair be-
hind Ogilby after the first 100
yards and finally caught up on the
last length. After the pair had
touched the end of the pool, Walls'
time was put down as 1:47.3 and
Ogilby's time was recorded as
1:47.4, but three of four judges
picked Ogilby first.
Farley placed third with a 1:48.9
'time, :00.7 second behind Walls.
However, he still holds the var-
sity record of 1:46.49 that he es-
tablished on February 8 against
Michigan State.
Wildest Race
Bartsch was touched out of first
place in the 200-yard backstroke
by :00.3 second in the wildest race
of the evening.
Bartsch finished fifth in the
preliminaries and thus had to
settle for lane one in the finals.
He led for most of the race but in
the last 50 yards Hammer moved
Into a tie.
Junior Lanny Reppert broke the
varsity record that he set as a
sophomore in placing fifth in the
200-yard individual medley. He
also placed fifth in the prelimin-
aries and tied his record with a
2:05.7 clocking. In the finals, he
broke his record with a 2:05.5
time.
Indiana's Ted Stickles won the
I-M in 2:00.4, edging teammate
Ralph Kendrick by :00.6 second.
His time 'was :00.3 second from the
Big Ten record he set last sea-
son. But it was a new pool record.
Sophomore Dave Roadhouse
made it into the finals of the 200-
yard butterfly with a 2:02.0 time
that edged out Captain Jeff Moore
and sophomore Bill Spann.

In the 200-yard breaststroke,
Geza Bodolay took a fifth place.
Hoping for Second
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Schmidt
(Ind); 2. Schulhof (Ind); 3. Rich-
ardson (Minn); 4. Clark (OSU); 5.
Ellis (Minn); 6. Roadhouse (M).
Time-1:55.7 (Cooke Hall record.)
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Ham-
mer (Ind); 2. Bartsch (M); 3. Mi-
chaels (OSU); 4. Stickles (Ind); 5.
Stock (Ind); 6. Mathis (OSU). Time
--1:59.8.P
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Lu-
ken (Minn); 2. tie) Frost (Ind) and
Blanchard (Wis); 4. Tretheway
(Ind); 5. Bodolay (M); 6. Hunt
(MSU). Time-2:15.0 (Cooke Hall
record by Frost in preliminaries,
2:14.6).
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. (tie)
Walls (M) and Ogilby (Ind); 3.
Farley (M); 4. Donaldson (OSU); 5.
MacMillan (MSU); 6. Allen (Minn).
Time-1:47.3 (Big Ten, Cooke Hall
record by Walls in preliminaries,
1:47.0),
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
I. Stickles (Ind); 2. Kendrick (Ind);
3. Mull (OSU); 4. Gretzinger (MSU);
5. Reppert (M); 6. Bergman (Minn).
Tune-2:00.4 (Cooke Hall record).

DORIE REID
... undefeated

Thiuc lads,
Wisconsin
In TusslZe
(Continued from Page 1)
Al Montalbano, who sped to two
victories in his heats with a best
time of 1:11.0.
The champions will be decided
in all the rest of the field events
plus all the running events today
when the eventual team champion
will be crowned.
Wisconsin Hurting
Wisconsin's hopes to match the
Wolverines' strength were dealt a
severe blowby its seemingly an-
nual plague of injuries to key
performers. The pre-meet favorite
in the polevault, Brian Bergeman,
whose 15'4" vault stands as the
finest ever in the Big Ten, is hos-
pitalized in Madison with the flu.
In addition, Big Ten champion
Larry Howard is out for the year
with a football injury as is speedy
halfback Louis Holland, also with
a leg problem.
Wisconsin's half miler, Bill Gill,
didn't make the trip as he's laid
up with mononuclesis. The final
blow to the Badgers came just be
fore their departure to Columbus
when veteran quartermiler and
mile-realy star Dave Russell pull-
ed a muscle.
Every Event
The Wolverines qualified men
in every event, as Dorie Reid in
the 6 Oyards dash, Ted Kelly in
the 880, and Cliff Nuttall in the
70 yard high hurdles all went
through the preliminaries and
the semifinals without ever being
beaten.
Reid's time of :06.2 in the 60
was not bettered by anyone last
night including last year's cham-
pion Bob Moreland of Michigan
State.
The finals begin today at 12:30
Looks Good
BROAD JUMP (finals)-. Garrett
(MSU), 24'7"; 2. Rowser (M), 23'-
11"; 3. Moore (P), 23'10"; 4. Ahren-
holz (P), 23'5"; 5. Sweenye (M),
23'4".
70-YD. HIGH HURDLES (semi-fin-
als)-1. Dakin (W), :08.6; 2. Nuttall
(M), :08.6; 3. Beatty (W); 4. Grant
(W); 5. Dix (W); 6. Woodston (M).
1000-YD. RUN (semi-finals)-
1. Martens (MSU), 2:12.2; 2. Thron-
son (Minn), 2:15.2; 3. Gallo (Minn);
4. Peterson (W); 5. Fulcher (MSU);
6. Casto (M).
600-YD. RUN (semi-finals) - 1.
Montalbano (W), 1:10.0; 2. Ber-
nard (M), 1:11.8; 3. Uplinger
(Minn); 4. Becker (Ill); 5. Walker
(nd); 6. Heuer (W).
300-YD. DASH (semi-finals) - 1.
Blanheim (III), :30.9; 2. Adams (P),
:31.0; 3. Hunter (M); 4. Beverly
(MSU); 5. Heffelfinger (); 6. Po-
land (Ind). -
880-YD. RUN (semi-finals - 1.
Miller (Minn), 1:54.0; 2..Kelly (M),
1:54.8; 3. Mather (MSU); 4. Norde
(M); 5. Alexander (0); 6. Angotti
(Ind).
440-YD. RUN (semi-finals) - 1.
Higginbottom (W), :48.2; 2. Wash-
ington (P), :48.9; 3. Parker (MSU);
4. Sellern (); 5. Romain (M); 6.
Thomas (N).
60-YD. DASH (trial)-. Moreland
(MSU), :06.2; 2. Reid (M), :06.2; 3.
Jackson (Ill), :06.3; 4. Weddle (Ind);
5. Burnley (M); 6, Smith (); 7.
Goldston (I); 8. B. S ith (W); 9.
Mason (M); 10. Lewi (MSU); 11.
Stevens (Minn); 12. R. Smith (W).
70-YD. LOW HURDLES (trial) -1.
B. Smith (W), :07.9; 2. Smith (0),
:08.0; 3. Dakin (W), :08.2; 4. Azikiwe
(MSU);75. Lebowitz (N); 6. Collins
(N); 7. Mason (M); 8. McKoy
(MSU); 9. Anderson (Minn); 10.
Randolf (I); 11. Beatty (W); 12. Nut-
tail (M).

Gymnasts
Qualify 21
By LLOYD GRAFF
Special To The Daily
MADISON-Arno Lascari, Mike
Henderson, and John Hamilton
took firsts in the Big Ten gym-
nastics perliminaries yesterday, as
Michigan, Iowa, and Michigan
State emerged as expected to as-
sume favorite roles in the meet.
The Wolverines, aiming for their
fourth straight title, paced the
first day with 21 qualifiers for
today's final action. The Spartans
and Hawkeyes are a close second
with 16 apiece. Darkhorse Wiscon-
sin is fourth with 13.
Lascari, still showing the effects
of his ailing elbow, scored 94.5 out
of 100 on the parallel bars to fin-
ish in a first place tie with Todd
Gates of Michigan State.
Consistently Trailed
John Hamilton, who has con-
sistenly trailed his compatriots on
the trampoline, produced a bril-
liant 96.5 in that event to lead
the qualifiers. George Hery of Iowa
jumped into second, as co-f av-
orites Gary Erwin and Fred Sand-
ers, defending Big Ten champ,
took a close third and fourth re-
spectively. The top three all have
a shot at first place tomorrow.
In tumbling Michigan took a
first step toward a slam, sweep-
ing the first three places. Mike
Henderson led the way, Phil Bol-
ton followed in second, with some-
times tumbler Hamilton entrench-
ed in third.
Low Scores
Because of stiff judging, low
scores were the order of the day
for all competitors. One notable
exception occurred in the still
rings, as Dale Cooper of Michigan
State and Jim Hopper of Wiscon-
sin each scored 97. Glenn Gailus
of Iowa also had a superb per-
formance, showing 96.5. Lascari
also showed himself to be in the
class of the conference as he
scored an excellent 94 for fourth
place.
A major surprise in the meet is
the fine showing of Alex Frecska
in the all-around and particularly
the side-horse. "
Another surprise, this one a dis-
appointment though, was Hender-
son's low score in free exercise as
he could only muster a 78 for
fourth place in his specialty.
M' Tops Qualifiers
LONG HORSE-. Roethlisberger
(Wis), 91.5; 2. Hery (Iowa); 3.
Weintraub (Il); 4. Curzi (MSU); 5.
Sanchez (11); 6. Gleason (Minn); 7.
Price (MS); 8. Bauer (Wis); and Ei-
brink (Minn); 10. Hurt (MSU).
STILL RINGS-1. Cooper (MSU)
and Hopper (Wis), 97.3; 3. Gailus
(Iowa); 4. Lascari (M), 94.5; 5.GPearl
(Iowa); 6. Sebben (Iowa); 7. Wag-
ner (111); 8. Eibrink (Minn); 9. Keely
(Iowa); 10. Gleason (Minn).
PARALLEL BARS-. Lasari (M)
and Gates (MSU), 94.5; 3. Roethlis-
berger (Wis); 4. Zovne (Wis) and
Curzi (MSU); 6. Price (MSU); 7.
Arneson (Minn); 8. Duke (M) and
Pearl (Iowa); 10. Frecska (M).
TUMBLING-1. Henderson (M),
90.5; 2. Bolton (M); 3. Hamilton
(M); 4. Hery (Iowa); 5. Brod (M)
and Sayre (Iowa); 6. Spaulding ();
7. Porte (Wis); 8. Weintraub (111); 9.
Blakstone (OSU). ,
FLOOR EXERCISE-1. Hery (Iowa)
85.2; Gailus (Iowa); 3. Sayre (Iowa);
4. Henderson (1); 5. Curzi (MSU);
6. Roethlisberger (Wis); 7. Wtipil
(Wis); 8. Lascari (M); 9. Giliberto
(MS U); 10. Reichert (Minn).
TRAMPOLINE-. Hamilton (M),
96.5; 2. Hery (Iowa); 3. Erwin (M);
4. Sanders (M); 5. Lilly (Ind) and
Bauer (Wis); 7. Iffland (Ill); 8.
Knuckles (Ind) and Strobel (MSU).
SIDE HORSE-. Galus (Iowa),
90.5; 2. Frecska (M); 3. Curzi (MSU);
4. Eliason (Ind); 5. Arneson (Minn);
6. Ensalaco (Ill); 7. Ruggles (Ind);
8. Lascari (M); 9. Sanchez (Ill);
10. Young (MSU).
HIGH BAR-1. Curzi (MSU), 95.2;
2. Gailus (Iowa); 3. Price (MSU); 4.
Cashman (M), Frecska (M) and
Roethlisberger (Wis); 7. Lascari
(M); 8. Gleason (Minn); 9. Hop-
per (Wis); 10. Eibrink (Minn).

ALL-AROUND - 1. Curzi (MSU),
516.75; 2. Gallus (Iowa); 3. Roethlis-
berger (Wis); 4. Lascari (M); 5.
Frecska (M); 6. Price (MSU); 7. El-
brink (Minn); 8. Gleason (Minn); 9.
Duke (M); 10. Zovne (Wis).
TOTAL QUALIFIERS - Michigan,
21; Michigan State and Iowa, 16;
Wisconsin, 13; Minnesota, 11; Illi-
nois, 7; Indiana, 4; Ohio State, 1.
(Purdue and Northwestern did not
enter.)
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Icers Win
WCHA Title
By PERRY HOOD
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
ice sextet dominated a hard
fought contest to pile a nine four
margin over Michigan State last
night and take the Western Col-
legiate Hockey Association crown.
The Wolverines went from last
to first in one in piling up their{
present 20-3 overall record and
11-2 conference mark. The win
last night sets up a home stand
in the conference playoffs next
weekend against the fourth place
team. Michigan and Michigan
State play again tonight at the
Coliseum at 8 p.m.,
Coach Al Renfrew was high in
his praise for his team. "The kids
played a helluva game. It's great
to be in first place."
Wilfred Martin opened up the
contest quickly with his first goal
at 2:18 of the first period with an
assist from Alex Hood. Martin also
tallied his second goal on the re-
bound off Alex Terpay pads.
MSU hit the scoring column on
Mike Coppo's shot from 30 feet
out. After he had gotten the puck
from a pass out of the faceoff,
Michigan's George Forrest upped
the score to 3-1 almost imme-
diately after Coppo's tally.
The Wolverines and Spartans
each scored one of the next two
goals, both on power plays. Barry
MacDonald pushed a long shot
from the blur line in the nets, and
State's Hardgraves dumped home
the next marker. Spartan Doug
Roberts tied a minute later on a
rebound off of goalie Bill Bieber's
pad.
Michigan rai away with the
game with its next three goals.
Mel Wakabayashi took the puck
from center ice and outskated
three Spartan players to score his
only goal of the evening.
State got one more goal before
the Wolverines put in their last
two. The Blue defense tightened
up in the third period to hold MSU
scoreless.

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M' Faces Iowa in Must Game

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By JIM LASOVAGE
Michigan's nationally second-
ranked cagers will take on the
Big Ten's ninth place Iowa to-
night on the Hawkeyes' home
court at 8:30 (EST).
This is a must game for the
Wolverines, and unless Michigan
State can upset first place Ohio
State at St. Johns Arena today,
O'Hara Sets
Indoor Mile
CHICAGO (P) - Tom O'Hara
smashed him own indoor mile
record last night with a time of
3:56.4 in the annual Chicago
Daily News Relays before a
screaming hometown throng of
18,307 in Chicago Stadium.
The frail-looking 130-pound Lo-
yola of Chicago senior knocked
two-tenths of a second off his
previous indoor mark set in the
New York AC Games last month
at Madison Square Garden.
He was paced through a siz-
zling 1:58.8 first half over the
11-lap oval board track by Jim
Irons of the Toronto Olympic
Club.

Michigan will also have to defeat
Purdue on Monday.
Tonight's meeting will be the
only one of the year between these
two teams. The Hawkeyes, with a
3-9 conference mark, will be
hustling to evade the Big Ten cel-
lar. Michigan's 10-2 Big Ten rec-
ord puts them just under Ohio
State, which closes its season to-
day. Should the Buckeyes lose to
MSU, the Wolverines will need
only one win, over either Iowa or
Purdue, to tie for the Big Ten
title and an NCAA berth in the
Regionals at Minneapolis.
Upset Minded
Although Iowa will be upset
minded in hopes of making the
best of a disappointing 7-13 sea-
son by frustrating Michigan, the
Maize and Blue have going for
them two All Big Ten stars in Bill
Buntin and Cazzie Russell. Both
have also been given All America
berths
Going into the game, Russell
will have a 24.5 point per game
average, while Buntin is close be-
hind with 23.2. Buntin is also con-
tending for the Big Ten rebound-

ing leadership with Gary Bradds
of OSU and Skip Thoren of Il-
linois. Buntin led the conference
in that department last year as' a
sophomore.
Michigan will be looking for its
20th win of the season against
only three defeats. Each win in-
creases Michigan's new season
record for total games won, the
old record having been broken
with win number 19 last Saturday.
Other Action
In other conference action, last
place Wisconsin fights for its life
against an Illinois team which
didn't reach its potential this sea-
son. Minnesota, which is already
looking forward to next season,
takes on the Van Arsdale twins
and company on the Hoosier's
home court.
The Gophers will have their en-
tire starting team returning next
year, discounting accidents be-
tween then and now. The North-
western Wildcats play host to the
Boilermakers of Purdue in a con-
test between the fifth and sixth
place teams. Both possess 6-6 con-
ference marks.

WILFRED MARTIN
... tallies twice
LEADING:
Grapp lers
Put Three
In Finals
(Continued from Page 1)
clashes with Wisconsin's burly
Roger Pillath for the heavyweight
marbles.
The Wolverines suffered their
first big setback when sophomore
137-pounder Cal Jenkins dropped
a 6-1 decision in the preliminary
bout to Northwestern's Jerry Tor-
ence. Jenkins had the score knot-
ted at 1-1 midway through the
final period but got nabbed off
balance to lose the points.
Jenkins came back with a pair
of strong wins to gain a consola-
tion final pairing today.
Johannesen Decisioned
Bill Johannesen got to the quar-
ter finals before Indiana's unde-
feated Bob Campbell beat him in
a very close referee's decision af-
ter regulation time and two over-
time periods.
Chris Stowell lost to Illinois'
John Jeffrey in the quarter finals
of the 167-pound bout, 4-1; he'll
meet Elmir Beale of Wisconsin in
the consolations.
Bay hurt his shoulder while
beating Purdue's Dale Smith, 5-2
in the quarter finals. After hos-
pital examination and with his
shoulder taped, Bay attempted tc
meet Lee Gross of Minnesota in
the semi-finals but was finally
farced to forfeit midway through
the match.

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FINAL PAIRINGS
123-pounds-Bahna (M) vs. Trail
Pur).
130 - Parker (Ia) vs. Campbell
(Ind).
137-Kennedoy (Minn) vs. Hor-
rence (NU).
147 -- Risner (NU) vs. Deitrick
(M).
157-Gross (Minn) vs. Donko (011).
167-Jeffrey (Ill) vs. Wieland (Ia).
177-Isel (Ind) vs. Johnson (Wis).
Heavyweight-Spaly (M) vs. Rog-
er Pillath (Wis).

First Period Scoring: M - Martin
(Hood and Forrest) 2:18, M-Mar-
tin (Ferguson) 13:42, MSU-Coppo
(Jacobson, Hargraves) 16:58, 1W -
Forrest (MacDonald) 17:07. Penalt-
ties: MSU-Lawrence (interference)
5:01, MSU-Jacobson (tripping) 6:26,
M-Galipeau (holding) 8:26,;1W-Fer-
guson (slashing) 14:49, M - Day
(illegal check) 18:07, MSU - Lackey
(holding) 18:32.
Second Period Scaring: MW-Mac-
Donald (Coristine, Butler) 2:04, MSU
-Hargraves (Coppo, Jacobson) 3:16,
MSU-Roberts (Orme, Elliott) 4:12,
M-Wakabayashi (Ferguson) 11:19,
MW-Hood (Martin) 12:43, 1W-Butler
(Wilkie) 15:11, MSU-Elliott (Rob-
erts, Lackey) 16:36, M-Dechaine
(Wilkie) 18:59. Penalties: MSU-Jac-
obson (elbowing) 1:18, MW-Galipean
(holding) 2:39, M-MacDonald (el-
bowing) 4:38, MSU-Orme (hooking)
4:57, MSU-Lackey (hooking) 6:27,
MSU-Musat (interference) 8:04, M
-Henderson (holding) 16:16.
Third Period Scoring: MW-Coris-
tine (Wakabayashl) 5:30. Penalties:
M-Hood (holding) 2:28, M-De-
chaine (hooking) 3:51, MSU-Rob-
erts (highsticking) 8:11, M-Forrest
(holding) 9:28, M - Hood (illegal
check) 12:16, M-Galipeau (illegal
check) 18:24.
Score by Periods:
MICHIGAN 3 5 1-9
MSU 1 3 0-4
Saves by Periods:
Bieber 6 5 13-24
Terpay 17 12 10-39

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