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Ia Pioneers Back in Cont



SOPHOMORE GRAPPLERS-Wolverine sophomore wrestlers Carl Rhodes, 123; Gary Wilcox, 130; Jim Keen, 147; and Wayne Miller,
157 will be getting their first taste of a Big Ten Meet when they compete tomorrow and Saturday at Minneapolis.
BI Ten Mat Tourney"-Anybodys Meet'

second of two articles analyzing rest. Offhand, I'd say that Iowa, Jim Keen, another soph with
Wrestling Championships which be- especially if they wrestle Sherwyn a 4-5-1 mark will compete at
gin tomorrow'in Minneapolis.) Thorson, will be the strongest 147-lbs., -Wayne Miller, 2-4-1, is
By PETE DiLORENZI team there," said Wolverine coach the fourth soph for Michigan, and
Michigan's wrestlers will be Cliff Keen watching his team's will be entered in the 157-lb. class,
hoping that they're the team that final home workout. and Capt. Don Corriere, with a'
can "get hot" and come out on Keen will take along a standard smashing 10-0 record and a 1959
top when they board a jetliner eight-man team to compete in the 157-lb. title under his belt, will
bound for Minneapolis and the meet. Carl Rhodes, a soph with a battle away at 167-lbs.
Big Ten wrestling meet at 2:35 5-3-1 season log will be the 123- In the two remaining weight
this afternoon. lb. entrant; Gary Wilcox, 4-2, and classes, 177-lbs. and heavyweight,
"I still feel that it's anybody's also a soph will go at 130; and Michigan will go with Jack Bar-
meet. I think what will probably Fritz Kellermann, 7-2-1, and two- den and Guy Curtis. Barden, who
happen is that one team will get time defending 137-lb. champ, had a 4-1-1 record at heavyweight
hot and take it away from all the will go at that .weight. before dropping to 177-lbs., boasts
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a 2-0 record at the lighter weight.
Curtis is 2-1 at heavyweight after
a late start because of football.
There will be an interesting sit-
uation at 177. The very probably
favorite in the weight is North-
western's defending 191-lb. champ,
Al Jaklich, and Barden will prob-
ably be his opponent in the finals.
Now Barden, who met Jaklich at
191 in last year's Big Ten Meet
and lost, has not lost a match
for the last two years-except for
three to Jaklich. However, Barden
has been improving against his
Evanston nemesis, and this year's
dual meet, lost to Jaklich 5-4 on
two points in the last ten seconds.
The meet will be scored in the
following manner: first place in a
division, 10 points; second, 7;
third, 4; fourth, 2; each fall, de-
fault, or forfeit, 1; and each
advancement in a round, 1.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
second of two articles analyzing
Michigan's chances in the Western
Collegiate Hockey Association play-
offs which begin tonight at the
Coliseum. Today's article deals with
Michigan and Denver, the contest-
ants of tomorrow night's game.)
The Denver hockey team, after
losing five All-Americans and with
only seven returning lettermen, is
again contending for the WCHA
title and Michigan is its first
At the season's outset, nobody
figured Denver to be contending
for anything. Gone were Jerry
Walker (53 goals), Bill Master-
ton, George Konik, Marty Howe,
Grant Munro, George Kirkwood,
et al. Pioneer Coach Murray Arm-
strong had to break in a new goal-
ie, a new defense, plus add scor-
ing punch, a task for any coach.
The Pioneers started off as ex-
pected. They won two from Colo-
rado College before encountering
Michigan Tech. The Huskies
brought quick disaster at Denver
with 16 goals in two nights. Twice
more the Huskies swamped Den-
ver. This time at Ioughton-13'
goals in two nights.
Tide Turns
But the tide began to turn. The
Pioneers took three out of four
from North Dakota.
The big surprise came during
Michigan's Western swing. The
first-place Wolverines were jolted
twice by Denver. The Pioneers
What happened to the Pioneers?
"The team started off slowly. We
had some trouble with our goalie
and defense," said Armstrong
while in Ann Arbor.
Leading Denver in scoring is

senior right winger Trent Beatty!
with 26 WCHA points. Linemate
and center Ken Williamson ranks
second on the team with 23 points.
Jack Wilson, the only veteran de-
fenseman is the highest scoring
defenseman in the WCHA with
three goals and 17 assists. Other
leading scorers among the Pio-
neers are Bill Staub (22 points),
Dominic Fragomini (19) and Mar-
shall Johnston (18).
Statistical Edge
Statistically, Michigan is better
than Denver in almost every way.
Red Berenson (41 points) and
Gordon Wilkie (35 points) are the
WCHA's two top scorers. Both
Dave Butts and Bob Gray top the
league's goalies.
But Michigan Is inferior to the
Pioneers in one respect, depth.
The Wolverines have skated three
defensemen all year, and in sev-
eral instances forwards have been
called upon to play defense.
A groin injury to defenseman
Wayne Kartusch may further
handicap the Wolverines. Kar-
tusch was injured against West
Germany, and may not be at full
strength tomorrow night.
However, Michigan has an ad-
vantage, home ice. "It is at least
a 20 per cent advantage," said
Armstrong. But Denver hadn't lost
at Michigan for 'four straight
years, but again Michigan hasn't
lost at home this year.
The Pioneers are a vastly im-
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proved team that have beaten
Michigan twice. The Wolverines
have beaten every team on home
ice. Both teams HAVE to win Fri-
day to get the NCAA bid. It's liable
to be the best game of the play-
* * *
Red Stymied Again
Contrary to a rash of news-
paper publicity, both local and
otherwise, Red Berenson is not
one goal away from the all-time
Michigan scoring record held by
Neil Celley.
Celley scored 40 goals in the
1951 season and not 37 as had
been reported. Who uncovered the
glaring mistake? Statisticians?
Publicity directors? Berenson?
Smart-alek sport reporters? NQpe,
none of these. It was Mrs. Neil

Celley who finally stood up and
guarded her husband's rights.
"We think Red is the best thing
on ice, since Neil," she said, "but
if he wants that record, he's going
to have to work for it." Celley, who
is on campus working on a mas-
ters degree led the Wolverines to
an NCAA championship that year
with his 40 goals and 39 assists.
Berenson has a paltry 36 goals
and 25 assists.
Not only is Berenson farther
away from the record than
thought, but now he will probably
get the Roger Maris treatment-
you know, the asterisk bit. The
reason being that Celley set his
record in a total of 25 games-
23 regular season games and three
playoff goals.
Berenson, alas, has already
played in 25 games.

with handsewn side stitch

"more than enough to compen- All-around man Ray Hadley of
sate for the loss of last year's Illinois is intent on winning this
captain Richard Montpetit." event after being beaten by Mont-
Lascari, Osterland Favored petit last year. It will be up to
Michigan is otherwise very Larose, Hynds, Lascari, and senior
strong. Lascari is favored on the Ralph Bromund to stop him in an
parallel bars and Captain Tom event both teams sorely need.
Osterland is hoping to repeat as "The team attitude right now is
medalist on trampoline. The trio tremendous," comments Loken.
of Jim Hynds, Lascari and La- "This team is the finest that I've
rose is a sure bet to garner many coached here at Michigan and I'm
points on the apparatus. looking forward to giving Illinois
Larose and Lascari will be top a fight down at Columbus."
contenders for honors, in free Loken emphasized that it will
exercise. Fortunately, Larose's fin- be or asfoederyon t plc
ger does not hamper him much in be important for everyone to place
this event, one of his strongest. in the preliminaries tomorrow as
Although Loken says .Illinois'points are awarded only to the
fabulous tumbler Hal Holmes top ten chosen to compete Satur-
"can't be beaten," he is quick to day on a 11, 9, 8, 7 . . . basis.
point out that tumblers Oster- He indicated just how close
land, Lew Hyman and Phil Bolton Michigan and Illinois will be when
have been concentrating on ,their he commented:
tumbling, and work routines that "The dope sheet has Michigan
are potentially over 95 points. winning by anywhere from one to
"Michigan State's Dale Cooper ten points. It also has Illinois
is almost certain to win on his winning by the same margin on
specialty, still rings," said Loken. the same sheet.",
Wolverines Rely on Depth
In Big Ten Swimming Meet
B JOHNl STOTHe IN Junior Warren Uhler, who placed
Special To The Daily third in the 1500 meter freestyle,
BLOOMINGTON-Depth will be and Mike Reissing, who tied for
the front-line weapon of the Mich- twelfth in the backstroke last sea-
igan swimming team in its quest son, but has improved enough to
for a high finish in the Big Ten be a likely finalist, should be key
Championships today in Indiana's Wolverine point-getters.
spacious Robert A. Royer Pool. Key Sophomores
The host Hoosiers will be heavy A strong contingent of untested
team favorites with men favored sophomores will be counted on for
to win 11 of the 16 events along heavy duty. They will include
with strong contenders in two Frank Berry, freestyle sprints;
more. Roy Burry, freestyle distance; Jon
The Wolverines have no one Baker, Geza Bodolay, breaststroke;
rated as the top man in any event Carlos Canapa, freestyle distance
but could have finalists in most of and butterfly, and Jeff Longstreth,
them, accounting for a flock of Jeff Moore, and Enn Mannard in
points and a possible second place. the butterfly.


DSD RompsOver PDX;
ZI3T Rally Nips TKE

I-M basketball began last night
with a professional fraternity
game in which Delta Sigma Delta
defeated Phi Delta Chi 58-26.
Then the social fraternity 'A'
games took the spotlight.
In an early game Zeta Beta
Tau met and defeated Tau Kappa
Epsilon 34-33. However, the Tekes
led throughout most of the game.
ZBT fought back only twice - to
tie the score at halftime and to
win in the final seconds. The ZBT
team wa sled by the all-around
talent of Dan Stone who tallied 18
points. Their next high scorer was
Merv Sharfman at 8 points
In later action, Sigma Alpha Mu
was defeated by Delta Tau Delta,
60-47, in a game which was 'no
contest' throughout. DTD flash-
ed to an early lead and by half-
time held a 17-point margin over
the Sammies, 33-16.
Throughout the game, Sammies'
shooters were very cold. The only
man in double figures was Art
Bartner who tallied 22 points. The
closest man to him was Mark
Saipe who had 9.
The DTD attack was very bal-

anced. They had four men in dou-
ble figures. Lars Anderson had 21
points, followed by Todd Grant at
17, and Mike O'Farrell and John
Howtman, both with 11.
Phi Kappa Psi 41, Alpha Delta Phi 23
Phi Delta Theta 44, Beta Theta Pi 23
Delta Kappa Epsilon 42, Chi Psi 41
Acacia 20, Phi Kappa Tau 15
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