THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY. MARCH X. 1964
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olverine Athletes Sweep to
'umblers Win Big To Cinch Gym Crown;
ascari Stars in Spite of Elbow Injury
Three Big Ten Titles
Wrestlers Triumph Easily over Iowa;
Bahna, Deitrick Take Individual Honors
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injury. He competed in six, events,
winning a first in his specialty, the
parallel bars. He was in such pain
that it was necessary for him to
immerse his elbow in ice after
every event. Coach Newt Loken"
said after the meet that Lascari
deserves. "tremendous credit for a
superb effort." Lascari finished
fourth in the all-around compe-
After the trying meet, an ebul-;
. ..And Stil
- FLOOR EXERCISE-1. Hery (Iowa)
87; 2. Galls (Iowa); 3. Henderson
(M) and Roethlisberger (Wis) (tie);
5. Curzi (MSU.); 6. Sayre (Iowa); 7.
Lascari (M); 8. Giliberto (MSU); 9.
Wtipil (Wis); 10. Reichert (Minn).
SIDEHORSE-1. Gailis (Lowa) 92;
2. Ellason (I11); 3. Arneson (Minn);
4. Curzi (MSU); 5. Frecska (M); 6.
Ruggles (Ind); 7. Ensalaco (Ill);
8. Lascar (M); 9. Sanchez (11); 10.
TRAMPOLINE-1. Hamilton and
Erwin (M) (tie) 96; 3. Hery (Iowa);
4. Sadners (M); 5. Bauer (Wis); 6.
Iffland (111);_ 7. Strobel (MSU); 8.
Lilly (Ind); 9. Febey (Iowa); 10.
HIGH BAR-1. Curzi (MSU) 95.75;
2. Gailis (Iowa); 3. Lascarl (M) and
Roethlisberger (Wis); 5, Cashnan
(M); 6. Price (MSU); 7. Frecska (M);
S. Gleason (Minn); 9. Eibrink
(Minn); 10. Hopper (Wis).
PARALLEL BARS-1. Lascari (M)
94.75; 2. Gates (MSU); 3. Roethlis-
berger (Ws); 4. Zovne (Wis); 5.
lient Loken said that the victory
was a result of a supreme team
job. And it was. Michigan depth
enabled the Wolverines to cap-
ture numerous lower places, thus
piling up points which meant
Michigan could manage but two
firsts, by Lascari and Henderson,
but the numerous runner-up posi-
tions mounted up.
Jim Curzi of Michigan State,
suffering from a painful shoulder
Curzi (Wis); 6. Arneson (Minn) and
Frecska (M) (tie); 8. Pearl (Iowa);
9. Duke (M); 10. Price (MSU).
LONGHORSE - 1. Roethlisberger
(Wis) 90.625; 2. Hery (Iowa); 3. Cur-
zi (MSU); 4. Sanchez (111); 5. Ei-
brink (Minn); 6. Gleason (Minn); 7.
Weintraub (Ill); 8. Hurt (MSU); 9.
Price (MSU); 10. Bauer (Wis).
STILL RINGS-1. Cooper (MSU)
97.75; 2. Hopper (Wis); 3. Gailis
(Iowa); 4. Pearl (Iowa) and Lascari
(M) (tei); 6. Wagner (I); 7. Seb-
ben (Iowa); 8. Eibrink (Minn); 9.
Roethlisberger (Wis); 10. Gleason
TUMBLING--1. Henderson (M)
89.75; 2. Hamiltona(M); 3. Bolton
(M); 4. Hery (Iowa); Z. Sayre (Io-
wa); 6. Spaulding (Iowa); 7. Porte
(Ind); 8. Weintraub (IIl); 9. Iff-
land (Ill); 10. Blackstone (OSU).,
FINAL SCORING-MICHIGAN 131;
Iowa, 112%; -MSU, 93; Wisconsin,
77; Illinois, 41; Minnesota, 39%; In-
diana, 9; Ohio State, 1.
injury, showed excellent ability
and determination in winning the
all-around and generally leading
his teammates. He took first in
the high bar; a third in long-
horse vaulting; and a fourth in
the sidehorse; fifths in floor ex
and parallel bars.
Glenn Gailis and George Hery
paced the runner-up Hawkeyes,
taking firsts in the sidehorse and
floor ex, respectively.
The still rings was an intensely
competitive event, as MSU's na-
tional champion Dale Cooper stav-
ed off a concerted bid by Wiscon-
sin's Jim Hooper to win. He at-
tained the amazing score of 98.5
in yesterday's competition, for a
combined two-day- average of
97.75. Hopper placed second with
a pair of 97's. Lascari, finished in
a tie for fourth in this event with
In the Trampoline, a Michigan
specialty, Hery broke up a Wol-
verine slam by finishing thirdbe-
hind John Hamilton and Gary
Erwin. Erwin had a remarkable
97.5 yesterday to surpass Hery and
tie his teammate. Fred Sanders,
defending champion, finished a
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Trail and the 123-pound cham-
pionship. Trail, a 15-4-1 power-
house who dropped down from 130
for the meet, never got a start
against the Wolverines' senior-
Bahna pulled a takedown in the
first period- and was in control
all the way. After a slow second
stanza the new champ piled up
a pair of predicament points and
then ooasted to the victory.
With the title Bahna, who com-
piled a 6-4 record for the dual
meet season, became Michigan's
winningest wrestler of the tourney
with a pin among three victories
on his way to the final bracket.
Lee Deitrick followed in the
Michigan point parade with a solid
7-2 win over Northwestern's Ron
BIG TEN CHAMP-Michigan's Lee Deitrick (on top) captured the
147-pound Big Ten individual championship yesterday with a
7-2 decision over Northwestern's Ron Risner in the wrestling
finals yesterday at Madison as the Wolverines successfully de-
fended their championship.
COP FIVE FIRSTS:
Cindermen Upset Wisconsin
Risner for the 147-pound medal.
The Wolverine junior grabbed a
takedown midway through the
first period and after Risner es-
caped quickly countered with an-
other. Deitrick escaped at the
opening of the second period, add-
ed another takedown, and was
well on his way to the title before
Risner finally got a second escape
point near the end of the match.
Steps Up a Notch
Deitrick, who was runner-up in
the 147-pound class in last year's
tournament, put the final touches
on his 15-2-1 season by quickly
countering the escape with a take-
down and rode Risner out for the
A second period's worth of riding
time slipped Wisconsin's Roger
Pillath past Wolverine Bob Spaly
in the heavyweight finals, 2-1.
Spaly, down at the beginning of
the period, couldn't shake loose
for the escape point until :10 was
left; then in the third three min-
utes Pillath broke loose quickly
from Spaly's grasp.
Takedown Does It
Wolverine Bill Johannesen nab-
bed Ohio State's Gary Joseph
with a two point takedown in the
final three seconds to gain a third
place finish in the 130-pound
class, 4-2. And Chris Stowell's
escape and takedown in the open-
ing of the. third period in the
finals of the 160-pound consola-
tions brought Michigan four more
team points; the Wolverine junior
beat Elmer - Beale of Wisconsin
Wolverine 137-poander Cal Jen-
kins went two overtime periods
with Iowa's Bill Fuller before los-
ing on a referee's decision. It was
the third close decision loss that
the Wolverine's were dealt during
the tourney; the defeat gave Jen-
kins a fourth place.
Iowa's Norm Parker breezed his
way to the 130-pound crown on
an easy 10-0 decision over Bob
Campbell of Indiana. Parker was
the 1962 titlist in the 123-pound
class and was runner-up at 130
Lewis Kennedy of Minnesota,
who won the 130 medal last year,
moved up to win the individual
trophy at 137 on a referee's de-
cision over Northwestern's Jerry
TEAM STANDINGS-1. MICHIGAN
56; 2. Iowa 42; 3. Indiana 35; 4.
Northwestern 32; 5. Wisconsin 29; 6.
Minnesota 28; 7. Illinois 27; 8.
Purdue 15; 9. Ohio State 11; 10.
Michigan State 1.
123-lbs.-Bahna (M) dec. Trail
130-lbs.-Parker (Iowa) dec. Camp-
bell (Ind), 10-0.
137-lbs. -- Kennedy, (Minn) def.
Torrence (NU)), referee's decision.
147-lbs.-Deitrick (M) dec. Ris-
ner (NU), 7-2.
157-ibs.-Gross (Minn) dec. Domko
167-lbs .-Wieland (Iowa) dec. Jef-
frey (Ili), 5-2.
177-ibs.-Isel (Ind) dec. Johnson
Hyvwt.-Pillath (Wis) dec. Spaly
123-lbs.-Berry (OSU) dec. Kreid-
er (N U), 5-0, overtime.
130-lbs. - Johannesen (M) def.
Joseph (OSU), 4-2.
137-ibs.--Fuller (Iowa) def. Jenk-
ins (M), referee's decision.
147 -lbs. -- Greenlee (Iowa) ;dec.
Beattie (I1), 1-0, overtime.
157-lbs.-Bennett (Ind) dec. Mar-
shall (NU), 4-2.
167-lbs.-Stowell (M) dec. Beale
177-lbs.-Reid (Pur) dec. Ernst
Hvywt.-Conaway (Ind) dec. Schil-
ling (Iowa), 3-0, overtime.
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Prior to the meet, Canham had
conservatively figured his team
for a 46-point total, but .the ex-
tra points kept rolling in all day.
In the high jump, defending
champion Bill Holden, of Wiscon-
sin, Michigan's Bob Dezisham, and
Indiana's Connie Miller were ex-
pected to provide the excitement,
but the Wolverines' Al Ammer-'
man wound up on top.
Ammerman finished fourth last
year with a jump of 6'6", and
that had been his best height this
year in competition. The senior
letterman has been overshadowed
this season by sophomore Den-
sham, but it was all Ammerman
yesterday, as he was the only
competitor to clear 6'8". Densham
finished second and Holden third,
both at 6'7", with Densham hav-
ing fewer misses. Ammerman
broke the field house record of
6'7%", but failed on one attempt
One of the biggest drawing
cards of the meet was the en-
counter between Wisconsin's Al
Montalbano and Michigan's Kent
Bernard in the finals of the 600-
yard run. Montalbano had run a
1:09.8 in competition this year,
while Bernard's best had been
At the first turn of the gun
lap each runner made his move
with Montalbano gaining the lead
and Bernard running outside him,
Just a few steps behind. Tne
Wisconsin star was still leading
when the two came out of the fin-
al turn and into the stretch, but
Bernard managed to nip him at
the wire for the victory in a clock-
ing of 1:10.4, for a new field
Edged by Purdue
Michigan's crack mile relay
team was edged by Purdue by one-
tenth of a second. The Wolverines
ran in a different heat from the
Boilermakers but Michigan turn-
ed in its best time of the year,
Bernard ran the anchor lap tak-
ing the baton three yards behind
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Illinois 97, Wisconsin 73
Minnesota 90, Indianaa89
Michigan State 81, Ohio State 80
Purdue 76, Northwestern 73
St. John's 71, NYU 51
DiePaul 79, Dayton 73
Kansas 58, Oklahoma 46
Ohio U. 82, Toledo 76 (ovt)
Manhattan 67, Fordham 59
Penn State 91, Rutgers 82
Bradley 74, St. Louis 70
Duke 80, Wake Forest 59
Lamar ceTh 116, Colorado State 85
Niagara 77, Buffalo 67
Kansas State 88, Missouri 66
Chicago (N) 6, Boston 4
Los Angeles (A) 7, Chicago (N) B 3
San Francisco 4, Cleveland 2
New York 3, Montreal 2
Toronto 4, Detroit 2
Cincinnati 104, Baltimore 102
Boston 112, Detroit 94
Philadelphia 130, New York 116
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TEAM 'STANDINGS - MICHIGAN
67; Wisconsin 48; MSU 32; Purdue
20; Minnesota 16; Illinois 15; Ohio
State 13; Indiana 10; Northwestern
7; Iowa 3.
SHOT PUT-1. Schmitt (M); 2.
Hendrickson (Wis); 3. 'Mutchler
(MSU); 4. Soudek (M); 5. Cavotto
MILE RUN-1. Ryan (M); 2. Man-
ley (Wis); 3. Hayes (M); 4. Kaines
(MSU); 5. Shy (Ind). Time-4:14.4.
440-YD. RUN - 1. Higginbottom
(Wis); 2. Washington (Pui); 3.
Thomas (NU); 4. Parker (MSU); 5.
Sellers (OSU). Time-:47.9.
1000-YD. RUN-1. Martens (MSU);
Thronson (Minn); 3. Peterson (Wis);
4. Casto (M); 5. Gallo (Ill). Time-
60-YD. DASH-1. Moreland (MSU);
2. Jackson (Ill); 3. Burnley (M); 4.
Goldston (Iowia); 5. Reid (M). Time
-06.1 (ties conference record).
600-YD. RUN-1. Bernard (M); 2.
Montalbano (Wis); 3. Heuer (Wis);
4. Walker (Ind); 5. Uplinger (Minn).
300-YD. DASH-1. Blanheim (Ill);
2. Hunter (M); 3. Adams (Pur); 4.
Beverly (MSU); 5. Heffelfinger (0-
70-YD. HIGH HURDLES-1. Dakin
(Wis); 2. Nuttall (M); 3. Beatty
(Wis); 4. Woodton (M); 5. Grant
880-YD. RUN-i. Kelly (M); 2.
Miller (Minn); 3. Norde (M); 4.
Mather (MSVU); 5. Angotti (Ind).
HIGH JUMP-1. Ammerman (M);
2. Densham (M); 3. Holden (Wis); 4.
Miller (Ind); 5. McKoy (MSU).
70-YD. LOW HURDLES-1. Smith
(Wis); 2. Smith (OSU); 3. Azikiwe
(MSU); 4. Anderson (Minn); 5. Ba-
kin (Wis). Time-:07.8.
TWO MILE RUN - 1. Peterson
(Minn); 2. Carius (Ill); 3. Murray
(M); 4. Strachen (Ind); 5. Assen-
hieimer (NU)). Time--9:10.7.
POLE VAULT-i. Neutzling (OSU);
2. Seiberlich (Wis); 3. Albrecht
(NU)); 4. Davis (Ind); 5. Hord
(OSU). Height--1584. (Breaks con-
ference record of 14'8" set by Laz
of 111. in 1951.)
MILE RELAY-1. Purdue (Sneed,
Fugate, Washington, Adams); 2.
MICHIGAN; 3. Wisconsin; 4. Mich-
igan State; 5. Iowa. Time-3:15.2.
the Indiana runner and two in
front of Wisconsin's Elzie Higgin-
bottom. Higginbottom had won
the 440 earlier in the afternoon.
As he hit the final turn, Bernard
pulled away from the entire field
and crossed the tape with an eight
yard margin on the Badgers,
Cliff Nuttall, defending high
hurdles champion, lost his crown
by finishing second to Wisconsin's
Tom Dakin. Other Michigan win-
ners were Des Ryan in the mile
and Ted Kelly in the half mile.
Pole Vault Mark
Bob Neutzling of Ohio State
broke the existing Big Ten and
French Field House records in the
pole vault with a jump of 15'81/2"
The old mark was 14'8", establish-
ed by Illinois' Don Laz in 1951.
Neutzling began his incredible'
performance at the 15-foot mark
when the other competitors failed
to clear the bar. The Buckeye
sophomore broke two poles en
route to his mark. He failed in
three tries at 16 feet.
The biggest surprise of the day
for Canham was the performance
of Chris Murray. Murray, who
has been hampered all season with
injuries and has competed very
little, made the trip anyhow and
entered the two mile run. He fin-
ished third behind Minnesota's
Norris Peterson and Illinois' Allen
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