THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ORRIERE, KELLERMANN CHAMPS:
Iowa Tops 'M' for Title
Lascari Wins Parallel Bars Honors;
Team Balance Yields Michigan Victory
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... three for three
177-Moroni (Ind) dec. Barden
Hwt. Pillath (Wis) pinned Thor-
son (Ia) in 4:20.
123-Rhodes (M) defeated Plaskas
(NW) by default.
130-Leitner (Wis) dec. Zander
137-Piccioni (OSU) dec. Mulder
147-Walston (Ia) dec.' Byington
157-Reifsteck (Minn) dec. Galvin
167-Marvin (Ind) dec. Mergen
177 Valcanoff (MSU) dec. Paar
Hwt.-Weber (NW) dec. Baum
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS -- Michigan's
wrestling team managed to win
three of four final-day matches,
but it was not quite enough to
overcome a title-winning 51-point
performance by Iowa in the Big
Ten championships yesterday.
Michigan, with 46 total points,
fell just short of Coach Dave Mc-
Cuskey's Hawkeyes before a sparse
crowd of 800 at Minnesota's Wil-
Captain Don Corriere and Fritz
Kellermann won Conference,
championships in the 167-lb. and
137-lb. divisions, and Carl Rhodes
won the 123-lb. consolatidn bout
for the Wolverines. Jack Darden,
at 177-lbs., was the only Michigan
wrestler to be defeated in today's
After the meet Wolverine Coach
Cliff Keen said that he was very
proud of his team's performance.
"I feel that it was a tremendous
achievement for my boys to win as
many as they did. We didn't win it
but we had it almost within our
grasp. We had two very close over-
time losses which might have made
Following Iowa and Michigan
were Minnesota, 37; Wisconsin, 30;
and Michigan State, 27.
The Wolverines two champions
equalled the Hawkeyes but Iowa
managed two seconds and a con-
solation win to Michigan's one
second and one consolation victory.
Norman Parker at 123 and Tom
Huff at 130 won for the Hawks.
By winning another conference
championship, Kellermann will go
down in the books as a three-time
Big Ten champion at 137-lbs.
Yesterday, in the finals, he
won on a default. His opponent,
Minnesota's Coffee dove and
landed off the mat on his shoul-
der, possibly separating it.
Corriere's second conference
championship-he won the 1959
157-lb. crown--was not so easily
realized. The Wolverine captain
battled down to the wire with
Don Kelly of Illinois in their fin-
al-round match. Corriere got a
quick two-point takedown early in
the first period, and Kelly escap-
ed ten, seconds uater, adding a
second period escape to tie the
Corriere made it 4-2 with a
reverse early in the third period,
and Kelly made it 4-3 with an
escape but could score no more.
Barden followed Corriere to the
mats and proceeded to lose a
heartbreaker. Bhe Michigan 177-
pounder scored a first period take-
down to go ahead 2-0. But the
lead was short-lived. Indiana's
Maroni reversed Barden in the
first second of the second period
and then applied a cross-body
block on Barden which seemed to
weaken him considerably. Maroni
won on riding time, 3-2.
In the consolation round, Rhodes
won by default over Northwest-
ern's Tom Plaska.
Purdue's Bob Marshall again
won the Outstanding Wrestler
WOLVERINE WINNER-Arno Lascari provided Michigan with its
only individual championship at Columbus yesterday b ' taking
the parallel bars event. The Wolverine sophomore was undefeated
in dual competition this year.
WIN IN OVERTIME, 4-3:
Spartans Edge Denver
In Hockey Consolation
Wisconsin, the surprise team in
the Big Ten with a 10-3 record,
had dogged the Buckeyes through-
out the season. Ohio State clinch-
ed the conference title a week ago
as Wisconsin was upset by Min-
Wisconsin. built the lead to 37-
30 at halftime.
The Buckeyes connected on only
11 of 40 shots from the field in
the first half for an icy .275 mark.
The Badgers hit 16 of their 36
shots for .444.
Midway through the second half,
the Badgers had boosted their lead
to 60-47. After another five min-
utes, Wisconsin had surged ahead
by 19 points, 72-53.
MICHIGAN 82, Northwestern 71
Wisconsin 86, Ohio State 67
Iowa 88, Illinois 78
Minnesota 98, Michigan State 91
Indiana 88, Purdue 71
St. Louis 134, Los Angeles 125
Detroit 2, Montreal 2
Toronto 3, New York 1
By JIM BERGER
Claude Fournel, Michigan State's
165-lb. senior wing from Montreal,
closed out his college hockey ca-
reer yesterday afternoon by spark-
ing the Spartans to a 4-3 overtime
victory over Denver at the Coli-
Fournel tied up the game at
17:29 of the final period and scor-
ed the winner at 7:47 of the over-
time period. The victory gave the
Spartans third place in the West-
ern Collegiate Hockey Association,
playoffs. Denver, losing its second
"I'd rather win than break rec-
ords." were the unhappy words
of Michigan Captain Red Beren-
son after the game last night.
Berenson who scored his 40th
goal of the season last night to
tie an existing school record, was
as sad as his teammates in the
tomblike Wolverine dressing room.
When asked how it felt to score
the goal, -he replied, "the 41st
would have felt a lot better."
* * *
Elsewhere (the Michigan Tech
dressing room) happiness was,
overflowing. "My boys played a
great hockey game," said Huskie
Coach John MacInnes who won
his first WCHA championship.
Denver coach Murray Armstrong
also had some comments on last
night's action. "I thought Michi-
gan would take it because of the
home ice advantage, but I was
wrong," said Armstrong
Three Michigan Tech players as
well as two from Michigan were
chosen for the all-tournament
team. Forwards Louis Angotti and
captain Gerry Sullivan and de-
fenseman Henry Akervall were
chosen from Michigan. The goalie
was John Chandik of Michigan
Berenson and defenseman Don
Rodgers were chosen from Michi-
game in as many days finished
last in the playoffs.
Michigan State's Montreal line
of Fournel, Real Turcotte and Bob
Doyle accounted for all of the
Spartan scoring. Forwards Jerry
Duffus, Emory Sampson and Bill
Staub tallied for the Pioneers.
Duffus opened the game up with
his goal at 1:53 of the first period
when he caught Spartan goalie
John Chandik asleep and shot one
through Chandik's legs. State tied
it up on Doyle's goal at 14:29. The
Spartans took the lead when Tur-
cotte slapped one in off a faceoff
while Denver was shorthanded at
12:18 of the second period.
The Pioneers tded it up when
MSU was shorthanded at 1:42 of
the third period. Center'Marshall
Johnston centered the puck to
Sampson who slapped it in from 25
Staub scoredhat 16:10 to send
the Pioneers ahead 3-2 but Four-
nel rushed down the .right wing to
tie up the game with a wrist shot
from $0 feet to send the game in-
to sudden-death overtime.
Fournel finally ended it when he
got hold of the puck at his own
blue line, and rushed down the left
wing. Denver goalie Larry Beau-
champ had no chance when Four-
Cooper on still rings. The 98, 99,
100, 100 scores were the highest
ever earned in the history of the
Versatility Is Key
Versatility proved to be the key
factor for the Wolverines. Michi-
gan's only medalist was Arno Las-
cari who captured the parallel bars
title by dethroning last year's
champion Larry Bassett of Mich-
By comparison to Michigan's
lone first, Illinois had winners in
four events and Michigan State
had victors in the remaining three.
Illinois' grat all-around man, Ray
Hadley, was the only competitor
to take two individual titles, win-
ning all-around and high bar.
The Wolverines had 23 qualify-
ing places out of the maximum
of 24 in yesterday's finals and
Friday's all-around. Coach Newt
Loken emphasized the fact that
depth won the day for Michigan
when he said, "Everyone came
through to place for us, thereby
almost assuring us of victory Fri-
Larose, Lascari Lead Team
Leading Michigan to victory
were Gil Larose and Lascari. La-
rose, competing with a tremen-
dously swollen finger, qualified in
ix events and would have quali-
fied for a seventh, sidehorse, had
not Michigan already placed three
qualifiers above him: Paul Levy,
Lew Fenner, and Lascari.
Lascari was brilliant on the par-
allel bars. He defeated Bassett by
2% points and Larose by 3. He
also placed fourth in high bar with
89 points, fifth in free exercise
with 84 points and tied for fifth
on sidehorse, an event he didn't
work at the beginning of the sea-
son, with 88 points.
He made a remarkable come-
back in still rings to salvage third
place by earning 93% points in
yesterday afternoon's finals. In
Friday's finals he was second in
Lascari personally accounted for
381/2 points, more than the entire
fourth place team, Iowa.
Hyman, Bromund Surprise
Perhaps the biggest surprises in
the Wolverine victory were second
places by sophomore Lew Hyman
in tumbling and senior Ralph Bro-
mund in still rings.
Hyman clinched the number
two spot he held Friday by re-
peating the strong routine which
catapulted him into the finals. He
led the third place tumbler, Steve
Johnson of Michigan State, by 2%/2
points and teammate Tom Oster-
land by three.
Bromund was nothing short of
spectacular. In yesterday's and
Friday's competition he excelled
every previous performance of his
lifetime with a 91 and a 93. Not
only did he complete an arduous
routine, but was the only man to
perform the difficult Olympic
Barry Spicer came through In
fine fashion to give Michigan a
third in free exercise. Phil Bolton
was fifth in tumbling and Levy
and Fenner tied for seventh in
sidehorse indicating the depth of
the Michigan squad.
Jim Hynds, besides placing fifth
in all - around Friday, captured
second in high bar and sixth in
parallel bars yesterday. He added
a 94-point routine to his 90
points from Friday in winning high
STILL RINGS -- 1. Dale Cooper
(MSU), 98.75; 2. BROMUND (M); 3.
LAROSE (M); 4. George (MSU); 5.
Kulenkamp (Minn); 6. Tie-Web-
ster (OSU) and LASCARI (M); .
Hadley (I1); 9. Hopper (Wis); 1.
PARALLEL BARS-1. ARNO LAS-
CARI (M), 95.75; 2. Bassett (MSU);
3. LAROSE (M); 4. Hadley (1); 5.
Wakerlin (III); 6. HYNDS (M); 7.
George (MSU); 8. Brodeur (MSU); 9.
Schmidt (Ia); 10. Stone (Mnn).
TRAMPOLINE-1. Steve Johnson
(MSU), 91.25; 2. Snyder (Ia); 3. Hery
(Ia); 4. OSTERLAND . (M); 5. HY-
MAN (M); 6. Smith (OSU); 7. Green-
berb (OSU); 8. Glomb (Ill); 9. LA-
ROSE (M); 10. Lilly (Ind).
SIDE HORSE-i. Bill Lawler (Ill),
95.75; 2. Hadley (Ill); 3. Aufrecht
(111); 4. George (MSU); 5. LAS-
CARI(M); 6. Bergstrom (MSU); 7.
LEVY (M); 8. FENNER (M); 9. Bur-
kel (Ind); 10. Browsh (MSU).
HORIZONTAL BAR-1. Ray Hadley
(111), 94; 2.° HYNDS (M); 3. LA-
ROSE (M); 4. Tie-Durkee (MSU)
and LASCARI (M); 6. Porterfield
(Ia); 7. Wakerlin (III); 8. Cada (Ia);
9. Stone (Minn); 10. Burkel (Ind).
FREE EXERCISE-i1. Gann Browsh
(MSU), 89.5; 2. Hadley (111); 3. SPI-
CER (M); 4. LAROSE (M); 5. LAS-
CARI (M); 6. Giliberto (MSU); 7.
Bassett (MSU); 8. Ross (Ia); 9.
Moen (Minn); 10. Woodward (Ind).
TUMBLING-1. Hal Holmes (Il),
97.25; 2. HYMAN (M); 3. Johnson
(MSU); 4. OSTERLAND (M); 5.
BOLTON (M); 6. Greenberg (OSU);
7. Giliberto (MSU); 8. Clomb (mI);
9. Hery (Ia); 10. Woodward (Ind).
TEAM SCORING-1. MICHIGAN,
163; Michigan State, 106%; 3. Illi-
nois, 100; 4. ,Iowa, 35; Ihio State;
19%; 6. Minnesota, 16; 7. Indiana, 6;
8. Wisconsin, 2.
nel flipped it in
at 7:47 of theI
The NEWEST record release
DENVER MICH. STATE
Beauchamp G Chandik
Art D Silka
Wilson' D . Kempf
Williamson C Doyle
Beatty W Turcotte
Fragomini W Fournel
First Period Scoring: D-Duffus
(Oftebro, Lacomy) 1:53; S-Doyle
(Turcotte, C. Lackey) 14:29.
Penalties: D-Wilson (tripping)
5:44; Johnston (illegal check) 10:12;
S-Doyle (illegal check) 12:13.
Second Period Scoring: S - Tur-
cotte (Doyle) 12:18.
Penalties: D-Beatty (roughing)
4:56; Hendrickson (roughing) 4:56;
D-Art (holding) 10:45.
Third Period Scoring: D-Sampson
(Johnston, Wilson) 1:42; D--Staub
(Sampson, Wilson) 16:10; S-Fournel
Penalties: S-Silka (tripping) 0:47.
Overtime: S-Fournel (C. Lackey,
MICHIGAN STATE 1 1 1 1--4
DENVER 1 0 2 0-3
Chandik (C) 8 12 5 6-31
Beauchamp (D) 12 6 10 2-30
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