THE MICHIGAN DAILYFr
immers Dump Gophers, 5612-481 2
'M' Tests Broncos, Spartans;
Team Power Rests in Relays
By DAVE GOOD1
Special To The Daily
NTEAPOLIS - Lanky Jim
wam the race of his life at
Hall here last night as
an's NCAA champions pull-
a close 56/-48/2 win over
tart Minnesota team.'
unheralded Michigan senior
the swimming elite by
ag out Minnesota's Steve
an in the 50-yd. freestyle
9, a new pool record.
man shares the collegiate
of :21.4 with Michigan
te Frank Legacki but has
io better than :22.0 so far
here, 55-50, although the Spartans
won six events.
Darnton swam a spectacular
2:01.9 in winning the 220-yd. free-
style. It was his best time of the
year and not far off Murray
Rose's collegiate record of 2:00.6.
Sophomore Roy Bury came
through to beat out teammate
John Dumont in the 440-free-
style in a good 4:35.0. Soph Jeff
Moore, a former high school All-
American, paired up with soph
Enn Mannard to give the Wolver-
ines another slam, this time in the
200-yd. butterfly. Moore came in
Ron Jaco and Pete Cox domi-'
nated the diving, giving the Wol-
verines another, one-two sweep.
Mike Reissing and the Gophers'
Bud Erickson matched stroke for
stroke in the 200-yd. backstroke
and touched the pool side simul-
taneously. The race was called a
tie and the time, 2:04.9, gave
Erickson a new varsity record.
Luken Springs Upset
One of the big disappointments
for Michigan was the failure of
either Jon Baker or NCAA titlist
Dick Nelson to win the 200-yd.
breaststroke.: Minnesota sopho-
more Virg Luken won in 2:20.4.
The Gophers went one-two in
the 200-yd. individual medley as
Bill Milota and Bud Peterson beat
Steve Thrasher in 2:05.5.
Minnesota also won both relays,
'M' Swims On
:r, who had not even been.
of a place on the team be-
of eligibility problems last
ster, had managed only a
way tie for eighth in the
Ten meet last year but es-
lhed himself as a man to beat
nnis Floden came in third
id Jackman to give the Wol-
es a six-to-three edge in the
which Coach Gus Stager has
worrying about all year.
,kman came back to set a
record of his own in the
d. freestyle, though. His :48.7
Michigan captain Bill Darn-
who usually goes the longer
nces. Kerr tied Minnesota's
Crocker for third.
Better Than Ever
e Wolverines were held to an
split in the 11 events by the
Zers, who are being touted
he best Minnesota swimming
ly last Saturday they had
ied powerful Michigan State
50-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Jim Kerr
(M), 2. Steve Jackman (Minn), 3.
Dennis Foden (M). Time- :21.9.
(Breaks pool record of :22.0.)
100-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Jackman
(Minn), 2. Bill Darnton (M), 3. (Tie)
Dan Crocker (Minn) and Kerr (M).
Tme-:48.7. (Breaks pool record of
:49.1 by Ron McDevitt, Wisconsin,
220-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Darton
(M), 2. Jay Johnson, (Minn), 3.
Steve Thrasher (M). Tme-2:01.9.
440-YD. FREESTYLE: 1. Roy Bury
(M), 2. John Dumont (M), 3. John-
son (Minn). Time-4:35.0.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY: 1. Jeff
Moore (M), 2. Enn Mannard (M),
3. John Bergman (Minn). Time --
200-YD. BACKSTROKE: 1. (Tie)
Bud Erickson (Minn) and Mike
Reissing (M), 3. Bud Peterson
(Minn). Time-2 :04.9.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY: 1.
Bill Milota (Minn), 2. Peterson
(Minn), 3. Thrasher (M). Time -
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE: 1. Virg
Luken (Minn), 2. Jon Baker (M),
3. Dick Nelson (M). Time-2:20.4.
3-METEReDIVING: 1. Ron Jaco
(M),' 2. Pete Cox (M), 3. Frank
Oman (Minn). Points-255.65.
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY: 1.
Minnesota (Erickson, Luken, Berg-
man, Steve Quade), 2. Michigan.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY: 1.
Minnesota (Bergman, Crocker,
Quade, Jackman), 2. Michigan.
Points-3:19.8. (Breaks pool record
of 3:24.3 by Birmingham, McDevitt,
DeJesus, Herms, Wisconsin, 1961.)
W L T Pts GF GA
Montreal 29 10 11 69 185 114
Toronto 28 15 8 64 173 129
Chicago 22 17 13 57 151 133
New York 18 24 9 45 140 154
Detroit 17 24 10 44 137 161
Boston 12 J6 5 29 138 233
Black Hawks Clip
BOSTON (A')-Chicago ran its
National Hockey League unbeaten
streak to nine games last night,
defeating Boston 6-2 as Bobby
Hull and Red Hay scored twice
The rampaging Black Hawks,
defending Stanley Cup Champions,
moved to within seven points of
idle second-place Toronto.
Hull surpassed his last season's
total goal output of 31 when he
notched his 31st and 32nd scores.
Former Bruin Bronco Horvath,
who has scored five of his 14 goals
against Boston, broke a 2-2 tie
late in the second period. Hull and
Hay put the game out of reach
midway in the finale.
Glenn Hall's superb clutch goal
tending and a superior power play
were the difference. Chicago had
a man advantage four times and
scored on three of them. Boston
went zero for five on its power
The last place Bruins, who have
a winless streak of seven games,
got goals from Murray Oliver and
By The Associated Press
W L, Pct.
Boston 44 14 .759
Philadelphia 38 23 .623
Syracuse 29 31 .483
New York 21 37 .362
Los Angeles 43 19 .694
Cincinnati 32 29 .525
Detroit 28 32 .467
St. Louis 21 38 .365
Chicago 12 45 .211
setting a pool record in the 400-
yd. freestyle relay as Jackman
came from a body length behind
on the anchor leg to win going
away. The medley team, anchored
by Steve Quade, won in 3:45.3.
Michigan takes on Iowa State
there tonight as a tune-up for
Michigan Statenand Wisconsin
here next week-end.
Michigan will be 2-0 in dual
meet competition going into to-
night's meet with Iowa State, hav-
ing beaten Purdue last month.
The Spartans, who finished one
notch' behind Indiana and one
ahead of the Wolverines in the
Big Ten Invitational Relays last
month, will be targets for revenge
next Friday night at Varsity Pool.
The beat Michigan largely on
the performances of their sprin-
ters, headed by Mike Wood and
After the Wisconsin meet Sat-
urday afternoon, the Wolverines
travel to Ohio State the next week
I their last competition before
the Big Ten meet at Bloomington
on March 1-2-3.
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Philadelphia 136, New York 120
Cincinnati 113, Los Angeles 109
Syracuse 122, Boston 110
Chicago 6, Boston 2
Cent..Michigan 72, Eastern Mich. 54
Providence 70, Boston College 68
NYU 78, Temple 73 (overtime)
Bradley 91, North Texas State 61
Cincinnati 54, St. Louis 48
St. Johns 79, Villanova 66
Virginia Tech 87, Wake Forest 81
By GEORGE WANSTALL
Resting its title hopes in three
relay teams and several individual
events, the Wolverines travel to~
East Lansing tomorrow to meet
their two closest rivals for state~
track predominance in the 39th'
annual Michigan State Relays. -
Besides Michigan State, who
have already made strong show-
ings this season, and Western
Michigan, a perennial outdoor
power, 16 other schools will make
entries, bring the meet total to
over 300 athletes.
Two relay units, victorious in
the Michigan relays last weekend
and a new and faster mile team
will make the Wolverines a sound
bet in the relays.
The tried two-mile team of Ted
Kelley, Charles Aquino, Dave
Hayes, and Ergas Leps, who broke
the tape in 7:41.9 last week look
stronger this week and may carry
home the honors again.
Canham, in revamping his mile
relay team will lead off with
veteran Carter Reese and anchor
with his great sophomore Mac
Hunter. Ergas Leps will probably
run one of the other quarters, but
the fourth member of the team is
yet undecided. Ken Burnley and
Len Cercone are possibilities, but
Canham is reserving his final de-
cision until tomorrow.
The 'M' mentor still has prob-
lems in the 240-yd shuttle relay
as well. He was planning, to send
last week's victorious teams
against the field until Charles
Balog announced his decision to
transfer to Eastern Michigan. The
other three, Charley Peltz. Dick
Thelwell and anchor man Bennie
McRae are set, but the fourth
member and replacement to Balog
is a question mark. Primary con-
sideration may go to Cliff Nutall
should he lick the flu, with which
he has been burdened for some,
time. The team with Balog which
ran last week topped the field
in :25.6. Possible success this week!
lies with Canham's luck in secur-
ing an able replacement to the
McRae is also entered in the
75-yd high and low hurdles along
with Thelwell. MSU's Herman
Johnson nosed out McRae in the
highs last week and the Wolverine
star will seek his revenge, meet-
ing Johnson in both the highs
and the lows.
Reese in the 300-yd run; Chris
Murray in the 1,000-yd run; and
Rod Denhart and Steve Overton
in the pole valut should figure
well in the Wolverine point total
at the end of the day.
The- Wolverines should meet
with some real stiff competion
.tomorrow. Western, last year's vic-
tor with 521/2 points, went on to
take Mid-American honors and
a fift hin the NCAA Champion-
ship last season, and they are
picking up right where they left
State, with a substantial loan
from Duffy Daugherty's gridders,
in the persons of Sherman Lewis
and Johnson, looms as much more
of a Big Ten threat than they
were at this time last year. Th
should pick up more than ti
paltry 28 point, fourth place ran
ing of last year.
Other competitors who cou
take points away from the thrE
state schools are Purdue's Da
Mills, American indoor reco
holder in the 440, will run t
600-yd run; Missouri's Don Smil
meet record holder in the sho
and Kansas State's Jerry Hook
in the hurdles.
Loss of Captain
By The Associated Press
MADISON -- Wisconsin tra
captain Don Dooley will be wit
held from further competiti
pending a Big Ten conference ru
ing on his eligibility, athletic d
rector Ivan B. Williamson sa
Dooley, a senior from Waukesi
is the team's top two-miler a
has been captain of the cro
country and track teams for t
past two seasons. The Badge
meet Iowa in Madison tomorrow
The conference office is in I
process of ruling on Dooley's e
gibility for this semester, Willian
son said. Dooley enrolled at W
consin in 1957 and missed c
semester due to scholastic defi
encies and was out for a seco
semester because of a knee inju
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By PETER DiLORENZI
Eyeing with equal ardor the
chances of upsetting the undefeat-
ed Michigan wrestling team and
of winning a conference dual meet,
the Hawkeyes of Iowa roar into
Yost Field House at 3 p.m. tomor-
The Wolverines, undefeated and
once tied in dual meets, will en-
counter the determined Hawkeyes
fresh from a 17-9 Monday victory
over Northwestern. The win gave
Michigan a 4-0 conference dual'
Iowa will send a well-seasoned
team against the Wolverines.
Heading the lineup of Iowa City
grapplers are the Huff twins, Tom
and Don, a pair of outstanding
point-getters. Tom, in fact, was
the only wrestler to defeat Michi-
gan's Fritz Kellermann, a two-
time Big Ten champion, in a dual
meet last year which the Wolver-
ines won, 24-11.
The Wolverines will send Carl
Rhodes on the mat. at 123-lbs.
Following him will be Gary Wil-
cox, 130-lbs.; Kellerman, at 137;
and Jim Keen, 147.
At 157-lbs., Coach Cliff Keen
hopes to be able to use Wayne
Miller, his regular man at that
spot, who has been out of the
lineup with a shoulder injury
since before the Purdue meet.
Captain Don Corriere will go at
167-lbs.. and either Bill Florence
or Mike Vuocolo will wrestle at
177-lbs. with either Jack Barden
or Guy Curtis holding down the
SLICK SKATERS-Prof. Richard Porter watches three members of the Hockettes perform one of
their many figure skating routines. Composed of 24 girls, the Hockettes demonstrate their ice rou-
tines between periods of Michigan hockey games throughout the year. Members are chosen from
the Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club at tryouts each year. Prof. Porter, of the public health school,
plans their routines and directs them. The group, including six University coeds, performed in Cobo
Hall this year when the Wolverines played Toronto. The Hockettes travel throughout the state, as
well, and will appear at the Alpena winter carnival tomorrow.
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