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E SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 26, 1964

olverine Grapplers Down Boilermakers Thinclads Outpoint Chicago Tr
Special To The Daily

ack Club

4

By BOB CARNEY
An aggressive Michigan wres-
tling squad scored its third con-
secutive Big Ten victory yester-
day with a 25-3 pasting of Purdue
in chilly Yost Field House.
The Wolverines, scoring victor-
ies in the first seven matches of
the meet, piled up a 25-0 lead be-
fore dropping the final decision
to the Boilermakers. Michigan
will play host to Illinois Monday
afternoon at Yost Field House in
its next Big Ten encounter.
"The boys really wanted to win
this one," said Coach Cliff Keen
after the meet. They showed real
improvement. The aggressiveness
Keen refers to was highlighted in
the 137 and 147 pound classes,
where the Wolverines scored two
straight pins.
Pins
Gary Wilcox, competing in his
first home meet, pinned 137-pound
opponent Harold Montgomery in
the third match. The pin came
with only thirty seconds remain-
ing in the match, after Wilcox had
piled up a 16-4 lead with three re-
versals and three predicaments.
At this point Michigan led, 11-0.
In the following 147 pound
match, Michigan's Lee Deitrick
copied his teammate's achieve-
ment. Deitrick also had to wait
until the final minute to gain the
pin, which added five more to the
Wolverines' team score. At the
time of the fall, Deitrick led 7-3,
and had clearly outclassed his op-
ponent, Kamel Lewicki, with four
takedowns and two escapes.
Heavyweight Loss
Michigan's only loss of the aft-
ernoon came in the final match,
between heavyweight Bob Spaly
of Michigan and Purdue's Bob
Hopp. Hopp, obviously wanting
only a draw to rule out the possi-
bility of a shutout, wrestled de-
fensively, forcing Spaly to go after
him.
Neither wrestler scored a point
in the ' first period, but Spaly
moved ahead, 1-0, with an es-
cape in the second period. Hopp
gained an escape himself in the
third period, and with one min-
ute remaining the match was tied,
1-1. Relaxing his defense, Spaly
worked frantically for a takedown
and in the process suffered one
himself. With these two points,
Hopp gained a 3-1 decision and
Purdue averted a shutout.
"You can't blame Bob," said
Keen afterward. "He tried desper-
ately for the takedown and was
countered."
Quick Lead
Ralph Bahna, competing at 123
pounds, gave Michigan a quick 3-0
lead in the meet, with a 7-0 win
over Purdue's Jon Schrag, by scor-
ing an early takedown and clinch-
ing it with a third period predica-
ment. In the afternoon's second
match, 130-pounder Bill Johanne-
sen scored a 3-2 win over Purdue's
Ralph Trail, in a match that was

much more one-sided than the
score indicates.
After pins by Wilcox and Dei-
trick, captain Wayne Miller went
to work. Taking down opponent
Larry Foster with only twelve sec-
onds left, Miller gained a 3-1 de-
cision and the Wolverines held a
commanding 19-0 lead.
Returning Starters
Rick Bay competing in his first
home meet since returning from
the football team, defeated Purdue
captain George Reid, 6-2. Bay used
takedowns in all three periods to
gain the decision, while holding
Reid to two escapes.
In the 177 pound division, an-
other returning starter, Chris
Stowell, delivered the victory for
Michigan. Scoring a predicament
when he had the advantage in the
second period, and then escaping
from a disadvantage in the last
period, Stowell earned a 4-2 deci-
sion and boosted Michigan's lead
to 25-0.
123-bs.-Bahna (M) dec. Schrag,
7-0.
130-lbs. -- Johannesen (M) dec.
Trail, 3-2.
137-lbs. - Wilcox (M) pinned
Montgomery, 8:32.
147-lbs. - Deitrick (M) pinned
Lewicki, 8:20..

157-lbs.-Miller (M) dec. Foster,
3-1.
167-lbs.-Bay (M) dec. Reid, 6-2.
177-lbs.-Stowell (M) dec. Mestnik,
4-1.
Hvywt.-Hopp (P) dec. Spaly, 3-1.
* * *
Michigan and Illinois will grap-
ple in a Big Ten wrestling meet
tomorrow at 4 p.m. in Yost Field
House following a weekend of ac-
tivity for both teams.
Michigan easily gained its sixth
win of the season against only one
loss with a lopsided 25-3 home
floor victory over Purdue yes-
terday afternoon. Illinois, on the
other hand, had to settle for a 12-
12 tie with Michigan State in a
meet that was also held yesterday
afternoon.
123-Tino Lambrose (M) vs. Dan
Jeffrey.
130-Doug Hornung (M) vs. Fred
Aprati.
137-Gary Wilcox (M) vs. K. Jac-
obson.
147-Lee Deitrick (M) vs. F. De-
vore.
157-Dave Post (M) vs. Clay Beat-
tie.
167-Rick Bay (M) vs. John Jeff-
rey.
177-Chris Stowell (M) vs. V.
D~elarco.
SHvywt.-Bob Spaly (M) vs. Dave
Russell.

time being :32.5 seconds. Dave
Kent Bernard cracked the Chi- Romain, picked by Canham as
cago fieldhouse record in the 600-on, hiskedprspCtsfom n-
yardrunlas niht a Mihign'sone of his top prospects for con-
yard run last night as Michigan's ference honors this year, turned
track team over-powered the Chi- in a time of :50.4 for a victory
cago Track Club, 88-53. in the 440.
Bernard's time was 1:11.4. In the high jump, sophomore

Competing for the first time
this season, the thinclads used the
meet as a tuneup for next week's
Michigan State Relays. "I think
we had a good performance from
the team," assistant coach Dave
Martin commented. "The Track
Club had some good individual
competitors, but overall we were
just the stronger squad. Some of
the conditions in the fieldhouse,
especially for the high jump, could
have been better, thus we were
hampered somewhat."
Michigan's Ted Kelly turned in
a time of 1:54.9 in the 880 to beat
Dave Mellady of the Chicago Track
Club. Mellady is a veteran of in-
door meets and has run this event
in 1:52.
Michigan captured nine first
places out of the 15 events, with
these being balanced about equal-
ly between the track and field
events.
Ken Burnley and Mac Hunter
took first and second place n the
300-yard dash with the winning

Bob Densham and Al Ammerman
took, the first two places for Mich-
igan, with Densham going over
the bar at 6'71".
Canham pieced together a mile
relay team of Bob Jarema, Willie
Brown, Mac Hunter, and Kent
Bernard which placed first at
3:18.9.
Disappointments came for the
Wolverines though in the 70-yard
high hurdles and the shotput. In
the hurdles, Michigan's Cliff Nut-
tall lost to Willie May by .1 sec-
ond and Ernie Soudek fell about
two inches short of the winning
heave in the shot.
In the meet scheduled at East
Lansing next week, Michigan will
face State, Western Michigan,
Miami (O.), Ohio University, and
Kentucky.
Tuneup
60-YD. DASH-1. Wiebe (C); 2.
Reid (M); 3. Brown (M). Time-
:06.4.

300-YD. DASH--1. Burnley (M);
2. Hunter (M); 3. Alexejan (C).
Time-:32.5.
'440-YD. DASH-i. Romaln (M);
2. Kareazes (C); 3. Sweeney (M).
Time-:504.
600-Yi. RUN-1. Bernard (:N);
2. McClimon (C); 3. Jarema (M).
T8ime-1:11.4 (new fieldhouse rec-
ord).
880-YD. RUN-1. Kelly (M); 2.
Mellady (C); 3. Norde (M). Time-
1:54.9.
1000-YD. RUN--1. Hayes (M); 2.
Casto (M); 3. Sloan (C). Time -
2:15.4.
MILE RUN-i. Ryan (M); 2. Pe-
terson (C); 3. Sampson (M). Time
-4:19.0.
TWO MILE-1. Peterson (C) 2.
Murray (M); 3. Benedict (M). Time
-9:20.6.
MILE RELAY-1. MICHIGAN (Ja-
rema, Brown, Hunter, Bernard); 2.
Chicago Track Team. 'time--3:18.9.
70-Yl LOW HURDLES-I. Loomos
(C); 2. May (C); 3. Woodton (M).
Time-:08.1.
70-YD. HIGH HURDLES-1. May
(C); 2. Nuttall (M); 3. Woodton (M).
Time-:08.6.
SHOTPUT-1. Cohen (C); 2. Sou-
dek (); 3. Schmitt (1). Distance
-545".
BROAD JUMP-I. White (C); 2.
Sweeney (M); 3. Rowser (M). Dis-
tance-2'4%".
POLE VAULT-1. Canamare (M);
2. Wade (M); 3. Wells (M). Height-
136".
HIGH JUMWP-1. Densham (MW); 2.
Ammerman (M); 3. Conrad (C).
Height-67 'A".

'"t.'

-Daily-Jim Lines
DEITRICK DRIVES-Lee Deitrick, wrestling for Michigan in the
147 pound class this year, has rarely been found in tight spots
like this one. Yesterday Deitrick pinned his opponent, Ralph Trail
of Purdue, to help Michigan to a lopsided 25-3 victory.,

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FOUR CONSECUTIVE WINS:
Icers Slash by Techmen, 5-3

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IQC ASSEMBLY

ASSOC

IATION

By PERRY HOOD
After playing nearly two per-
iods to a scoreless tie, Michigan's
pucksters came on strong to take
a close-played 5-3 decision over
Michigan Tech last night before
3,310 screaming fans.
Sophomore defenseman Barry
MacDonald slapped a long shot
under Tech goalie Gary Bauman
with 13:37 gone in the third period
to seal the victory for the Wolver-
ines. A minute later captain Gor-
die Wilkie put a long shot into
an open Huskie net to add the
insurance point.
Penalties Popular
The first period opened with a
series of penalties for both teams
and especially hard checking. Both
teams were able to waste out the
penalty periods. Michigan goal-
tender Bob Gray made several
spectacular saves, many coming
with two Wolverines riding out in-
fractions.
Penalties again were the bulk
of the action in the second per-
iod, with the play getting rough-
er and the checks harder.
Michigan's blossoming "b a d
boy," Jack Cole, led the penalty
parade with three two-minute in-
fractions, including a joint effort
for roughing with Huskie Bob Pal-
lante after a short melee in front
of the Tech goal.
With Techman Rickey Yeo in
the popular box seat, Martin took

Present

a short pass in front of the Tech
net and slithered a screen shot
under eight or nine sticks and legs
into the center of the goal to open
the scoring for the Blue with three
seconds left in the period.
The cork was seemingly yanked
out of the bottle between periods,
unleashing both teams offensive
attacks to blast in a total of seven
tallies in the final frame. Scoring
about once every three minutes,
the two squads alternated goals
until a 3-3 deadlock was built up
halfway through the period.
The crowd joined in the ac-
tion chanting "Let's go Blue" and
"Go Tech go" to add to the gen-
eral confusion during the next five
minutes. MacDonald then belted
in the fourth goal for the Blue
and it was virtually over for Tech.
Huskie Coach John MacInnes
yanked goalie Bauman in favor of
a sixth offenseman, but to no
avail. Just as Bauman left the ice,
Wilkie got the puck at mid-ice
and sent a long shot over the blue
line on target to close out the scor-
ing.
Few Fast Breaks
In contrast to the open goals
of Friday's contest, only one mark-
er was the result of a fast break.
With one team or the other short
one man so often, the defenses had
the greatest job of the evening.
The series sweep leaves Michi-
gan with a 10-2 overall record and

a 3-1 standing in WCHA competi-
tion. Tech meanwhile drops to a
1-3 record. The Wolverines ad-
vance into a first place tie with
Minnesota, moving ahead of pre-
vious leaders North Dakota and
Denver.
Rough 'N Tough
ros.i! %f 0 IVL'VV"E

Coe In d

gregry

("From the back of the bus")

MICHIGAN
Gray
MacDonald
Polonic
Wilkie
Butler
Cole

Pos.
G
D
D
C
W
W

TECH
Bauman
Pallante
Wimmer
Veo
MacIellan
Watson

First Period Scoring-None. Pen-
alties: T-Pallante (tripping) 0:37,
1--Cole (charging) 1:27, M-Mac-
Donald (offensive checking) 2:17,
T - Leimian (tripping) 6:17; MW-
Ferguson (interference) 9:11, T -
Chivers (charging) 17:42.
Second Period Scoring-M-Mar-
tin (Wakabayashi, Butler) 19:57.
Penalties: M-Cole (hooking) 6:20,
T-Palante (roughing) 13:37, Al -
Cole (roughing) 13:37. MW - Wilkie
(tripping) 13:42, M-Martin (trip-
ping) 17:15, T-Yeo (holding) 19:48.
Third Period Scoring-T-Watson
(Yeo, Leiman) 2:37, M-Hood (Mar-
tin, Read), 5:15, T-Holm (1111,
Draper) 8:26, MW-Butler (Wilkie,
Cole) 10:56, T-Hill (Holm, Draper)
13:37, MW-Maclionald (Wilkie) 18:40,
M--Wilkie (Martin) 19:27. Penalties:
M--MacDonald (tripping) 0:49, T-
Chivers (tripping) 5:35.

IN CONCERT WITH
ADDIS & CROFUT
popular folk duo
SATURDAY, FEB. 1

8:30 P.M.

H ill Auditorium

Tickets $2.50, 2.00, 1.50
Blocks and individual sales
Monday, Jan. 27-Fri., Jan. 31
Noon-5 Hill Auditorium Box Office
Sat., Feb. 1, 6:30-8:30 P.M.

MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN TECH
Saves:
Gray (M)
Bauman (T)

0 1 4-5
0 0 3-3
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19 11 9-39

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ITHE SIGMA PHI SOCIETY

One of the Oldest Fraternities on Michigan's Campus
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
THE BUILDING OF ITS NEW HOUSE
AT 907 LINCOLN
(First Block South of Hill, West of Washtenaw)

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lush is your opportunity to examine the
Greek way of life at eX ichigan for
yourself. It begins today, Sunday. You
must register this semester to rush. Final
registration tomorrow, Jan. 27.

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