THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1964
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1964
FOURTH BIG TEN WIN:
Wolverine Wrestlers Rout Illini
Spartans Outfight Buckeyes
While Bradds Ties Record
By TOM ROWLAND
Michigan's wrestlers put on
their second show of mat power
in three days yesterday afternoon,
tripping up Illinois 24-6 in dank
and dingy Yost Field House.
The defending Big Ten champs
shellacked Purdue last Saturday,
25-3. Now 4-0 in conference action
this winter, Coach Cliff Keen's
men next step out of the Big Ten
to face Pittsburgh here Saturday
afternoon following the basketball
game with Michigan State.
The Wolverines never gave the
Illini a start in the meet, dropping
only two matches in the 130 and
157 pound bouts while Gary Wil-
cox and Chris Stowell both tallied
Michigan pins at 137 and 177.
With five points already assured
the Wolverines on an Illinois for-
feit in the 167-pound bracket,
sophomore Tino Lambros started'
off the Michigan victory parade
with a 9-4 decision over Dan Jef-
frey in the opening 123-pound
match. Lambros, a sophomore
making his first home varsity per-
formance, got off to a slow start.
losing two points on Jeffrey's
opening takedown and then hav-
ing a rough go for the escape.
Lambros finally broke away for
the one point just before the end
of the first period, and on top for
the beginning of the second, the
Ypsilanti soph piled up three
straight predicament decisions be-
fore suffering a two-point reversal.
Wolverine Doug Horning, also
making his home debut for the
season, had to go for the takedown
in the closing seconds of his 130-
pound match with Fred Aprati,
who led 2-1. While on the last-
ditch offensive, Horning fell prey
to Aprati's quick takedown that
cinched the 4-1 decision for the
Wilcox, getting his second pin
in as many meets after returning
to the lineup following a shoulder
injury, got an early takedown and
three points for a near fall in the
initial period but had to wait Un-
123-bs.-Lambrose (M) dec. D. Jef-
130-bs.-Aprati (I) dec. Horning, 4-1.
137-lbs.-Wilcox (M) pinned Jacob-
147-lbs.-Deitrick (M) dec. Devore, 6-1.
157-bs.-Beattie (I) dec. Post, 6-3.
167-lbs.-J. Jeffrey (I) forfeited to
177-lbs.-Stowell (M) pinned DeMarco,
Hvywt.-Spalf (M) dec. Lehnerer, 9-2.
til 6:12 had gone by to score the
fall over Ken Jacobson.
Lee Deitrick, back in top shape
after an illness slowed his per-
formances during the holidays, al-
lowed Frosty Devore only one
point on an escape while picking
up a 6-1 win. The Wolverine jun-
ior scored three takedowns as well
as an entire second period of rid-
Illinois' Clay Beattie rallied
strong late in the 157-pound .bout
to beat Dave Post, 6-3. Post was
on top of a 3-2 score in the final
period when Beattie tallied a two-
point takedown and followed with
a pair of predicament points.
It remained for Stowell to pro-
vide a little fireworks for the small
crowd of fans, basketball players,
and trackmen who had gathered
in Yost for the meet. It took
Stowell just 33 seconds to pick up
Vic DeMarco, throw him down,
and score the pin that boosted
Michigan into an untouchable 21-6
Bob Spaly's 9-2 win over Jim
Lehnerer put on the final touches.
Lehnerer, not too big for a heavy-
weight, could manage only a single
reversal as Michigan's anchor man
broke into a 5-0 lead and spent the
entire second period in command.s
Following next week's non-con-t
ference meet with the Panthers,
the Wolverines will travel to Ohiot
State the following weekend.
Michigan has four more Big Ten
encounters before the Conferencet
championships March 6-7. BesidesI
the Buckeyes, Keen's men will face
Iowa, Michigan State and Min-t
By The Associated Press1
Michigan solidified its second-v
place ranking in the AP Poll againt
this week, with its 82-66 and 91-
77 victories over Minnesota andV
Michigan State last week.
The Wolverines reached 345e
points including five votes for firsta
place. They cut UCLA's margine
from 73 points last week to 47
points this week.
UCLA, idle last week, collected
33 votes for first place and 3921
points in the balloting by a spe-2
cial regional panel of 40 writersI
and broadcasters. The Bruins,s
with a 15-0 record, return to ac-
t ion this weekend with back-to-
back games against California,v
Loyola, in third place a week
ago, slumped to 10th after losing
its second and third games of the3
campaign, 83-65 to Memphis State
and 80-76 to the Wichita Shock-
ers. Loyola has won 11.
The Shockers' triumph, their
14th against three setbacks, lifted
them three notches to seventh?
1. UCLA 33 15 0 3921
2. MICHIGAN 5 14 1 345I
3. Davidson 2 15 0 268
4. Kentucky 14 2 261~
5. Vanderbilt 13 1. 192
6. Villanova 14 1 169
7. Wichita 14 3 157
8. Duke 11 3 106
9. DePaul 12 0 101
10. Chicago Loyola 11 3 63
Others receiving votes in alpha-
betical order: Creighton, Drake,
Illinois, New Mexico, Ohio Univer-
sity, Oklahoma State, Oregon
State, St. Bonaventure, St. Louis,
Seattle, Texas A&M, Texas West-
ern, Utah State.
EAST LANSING (AP)-Guard Billi
Schwarz scored eight points in 52
seconds to spark Michigan State
to a 102-99 comeback victory over
Ohio State in a Big Ten basket-
ball game last night.
The Spartans, down by 11
points with eight minutes to go
in the contest, kept close to the
Buckeyes after Schwarz' spurt
and took the lead 97-96 with 1:57
to play. They fattened their lead
to five points on two free throws
by Marcus Sanders and a layup
by Pete Gent.
The 48-point shooting of Ohio
State's Garry Bradds equalled a
Jennison Fieldhouse record set by
Jerry Lucas in 1962-but proved
insufficient to stop the Spartans.
Michigan State trailed the
Buckeyes most of the contest and
was down by seven points 54-47 at
Leading scorer for the victors
was Sanders, trailed by Schwarz
The win evens MSU's confer-
ence record at 3-3 and 9-7 over-
all OSU is now 3-2 in the confer-
ence and 8-7 over-all.
CHICAGO P) - Ninth-ranked#
DePaul received its best perform-
ance from sophomore pivotman
Dave Mills last night as he
sparked the Blue Demons to an,
85-78 victory over Indiana.
Mills, 6-10, scored 25 points and
Branch McCracken the best big
man his team has faced all year.
Tom Van Arsdale led Indiana
with 21 points. Tom's twin broth-
er Dick collected 19. The loss was
the seventh straight for Indiana
which now has a 4-9 season
The victory, the 13th without
defeat for DePaul, ended an eight-
game losing streak to the Hoosiers.
DePaul had last defeated Indi-
ana 47-46 in 1959.
The triumph, however, might
have proved costly to the Blue
Demons. Leading scorer Em-
inette Bryant suffered a possible
fracture of the left leg during a
wild scramble in the second half.
The game was even for the first
30 minutes. With the score tied
60-60, DePaul's Jim Murphy sank
two free throws and a basket to
put the Blue Demons ahead to
stay. It ended the 17th tie in th
Detroit 111, St. Bonaventure 81
Loyola 90, Dayton 56
Georgia 112, South Carolina 90
Florida 86, Alabama 60j
Kansas State 97, Oklahoma 91I
Utah 87, Stanford 81
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TUESDAY, JAN. 28, 7:30
Aud. A, Angell Hall
Sophs Work into Relay Team
called by Indiana Coach
By GARY WINER
Track coach Don Canham pulled
a surprise Saturday night in the
meet with the Chicago Track Club
by starting/two sophomores on his
mile relay team.
Michigan captured the meet by
an 88-53 margin with nine victor-
ies in the 15 events.
Rookies Bob Jarema and Willie
Brown team up with sprinters Mac
Hunter and Kent Bernard to turn
in an impressive indoor mile re-
lay time of 3:18.9. Inly a week ago
Canham had mentioned that his
probable starters in this event
would be besides Hunter and Ber-
nard, Dave Romain, and an unde-
cided fourth runner.
Canham was pleased with his
team's overall performance in its
first competition of the season. "I
think the times were fairly good.
Bernard was a good surprise and
Ted Kelly ran a nice 880."
Bernard's time of 1:11.4 in the
600 broke the Chicago fieldhouse
record, while teammate Kelly
turned in a first place time of
1:54.4. Kelly in the process of his
victory beat out Dave Mellady of
the Track Club, who in the past
has run this indoor event in 1:52.
Canham explained that he
would probably leave his mile re-
lay team in tact for now with
Romain, polevaulter George Wade,
Dave Hayes and Ken Burnley as
"Right now I'm trying to get
Jarema in shape for the 600 and
Brown for the 300," Canham com
mented. "Hayes will probably be
saved for outdoors where he's a
better runner and we know we can
use Burnley if we need him."
As for Wade, he's the polevault-
er who Michigan track fans will
Michigan's track meet this
Friday will be held here in Yost
Fieldhouse and not at East
Lansing as was previously re-
ported in Sunday's traek story.
remember ran a leg of the mile
relay outdoors in the conference
meet last year in a sub :50 time.
He had never run the event prior
Assistant track coach Dave Mar-
tin remarked that the Chicago
track was a bit rough after four
hours of preliminaries Saturday
afternoon. "The track got a little
rough," he noted, "and this slowed
us down a bit. The high jump
probably had the worst conditions
of all the events though as it was
stuck in a corner where there were
a lot of distractions."
In the 70-yard high hurdles,
Michigan's Cliff Nutthall had his
legs bothering him again and came
in second to Chicago's Willie May.
Nutthall has recurring leg trouble,
but turned in a splendid time of
:08.7, just one-tenth of a second
May, incidentally, won a silver
medal for this event in the 1960
Olympic Games at Rome.
Wolverine Ernie Soudek pitched
the shotput 54'31/4" to finish 1'3/4"
behind Chicago's winning heave.
This distance, according to Vien-
na-born Soudek, is a new Austrian
George Canamare, Michigan's
polevaulter, won his event with a
leap of 13'6". But according tof
Canham, Canamare just narrowly
missed going over at 14'2".
Michigan's first full-scale track
meet will be this Friday at cramp-
ed Yost Fieldhouse, where the
Wolverines will host over 600 thin-
clads from 30 schools. The pre-
liminaries begin shortly after
lunch with the final competition
beginning at 6:30 p.m.
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