THE MICE~HIGAN" DUAILY RAY
FR A 3
BIG TEN OPENER:
'M' Matmen Invade Indiana
By ROY FRAZIER
With two dual-meet victories al-
ready under their belts, the Mich-
igan wrestlers take on the Hoos-
iers of Indiana today in their first
Big Ten meet of the young sea-
Cliff Keen's matmen downed
Hofstra (Hempstead, N.Y.) and
Navy last weekend in season open-
ers in the East.
Commenting on the eastern
swing, Keen remarked, "The boys
managed to get in some good ex-
perience against good competition.
I think the meets were good prep-
aration for our upcoming confer-
Michigan will have the chance
to test this preparation today.
Indiana also has shown strength
in its first two non-conference
tilts. In a quadrangular meet at
Terre Haute, the Hoosiers blanked
Notre Dame 26-0 and dropped In-
diana State 18-8. Wisconsin the
fourth team present, won two con-
tests but did not meet Indiana.
Last year Michigan walloped
Indiana 29-8 at Ann Arbor.
In the Big Ten meet at East
Lansing last year Michigan placed
second to Michigan State, 69 to
65. Indiana occupied the seventh-
place slot with 14 points.
The Hoosiers will rely on Ralph
Carlino (123-lb.), Ron Hutcherson
(130-lbs.), Don Schultz (137-lb),
Tim Haley (147-lb.), Randy Gavin
(157-lb.), Tom Marvin (167-lb.),
John Maroin (177-lb.), and John
After the Indiana meet the Wol-
verines will compete in the Wilkes
College Open Wrestling Tourna-
ment at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., on De-
cember 29 and 30. The Wilkes is
the outstanding national open
Coach Keen plans to enter a
ten-man team in the ten weight
divisions. In ordinary NCAA meets
there are only eight weights, but
the 115-lb. and 191-lb. classes have
been added in the Wilkes Tourna-
Michigan also will enter seven
Last year Michigan entered only
four men, but still finished second
TheWolverines will meet Pitts-
burgh at Ann Arbor on January 6
in their first home contest. On
January 13, Purdue will come to
Michigan for the next Big Ten
ALL ALONE-That's Michigan's Tom Cole as he goes in for a
layup as a Bowling Green player looks on. The two points did
little to help the Wolverine ,cause, however, as the score in the
background indicates. The Falcons won, 77-67.
Falcon Coach Notes Aggressiveness;
Impressed with Wolverine Strength
Commenting on the roughness
of the game Anderson said, "We
expected this game to be rough.
The Big Ten allows more body
contact than we (Mid-American
Conference) do. But we were
He noted that it is often hard
for officials to keep an especially
aggressive game under control.
Junior Pete Cox yesterday
was elected captain of the
Cheerleaders for 1962.
Cov, a diver on the swimming
team, succeeds Tom Osterland,
a senior who is also captain of
the Gymnastics squad.
Cox, who is a pre-medical
student, has been a cheerleader.
since his freshman year.
"However," he added, "the offici-
atinig was very good. The referees
stepped in quick enough to curb
any possible outbreaks."
Anderson did not feel that his
team played their best game of the
season in overcoming the Wolver-
ine's strong performance. "We
played our best when we defeated
Bradley December 2."
But he noted that the Falcons
must continue their fine showings
in their next outing, the All-Col-
lege Tournament in Oklahoma
City, December 27-30. Included in
the tournament field are such
powerhouses as Wichita, Utah
State, and Houston.
In commenting that Bowling
Green will be paired in the opening
round with Seattle, the leading in-
dependent in the west, he said,
"We will be out to stop Eddie
Miles." Miles was a pre-season
All-America pick, and has been
called the second Elgin Baylor.
But Anderson did think highly
of Michigan. He thought the Wol-
verines will have some trouble in
the Big Ten this season because
of inadequate height. He was es-
pecially impressed with the re-
bounding of center John Harris.
"He is a big 6'5"; he really jumps,"
Adding support to the Bowling
Green cagers last night were sev-
eral hundred loyal fans who fol-
lowed the, team to Ann Arbor
down US25. It was sometimes
difficult to tell whose homecourt it
SEEKING THIRD STRAIGHT - Wolverine two-time Big Ten
wrestling champ, Fritz Kellerman goes after his third straight
win in today's away meet with Indiana. Michigan is undefeated in
its two dual meets this season. After the Indiana meet, the team
will have a brief rest, and then they will journey to Pennsylvania
to compete in the Wilkes Open Wrestling Tournament In Wilkes-
Barre. Last year, the Wolverines finished second in the tourna-
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NEW YORK (M)-Roger Maris,
baseball's home run king, failed
yesterday in his first swing at a
$75,000 Yankee contract for 1962.
He won't try again until next
month when he's expected to set-
tle for around $60,000.
Maris had a 30-minute salary
chat early yesterday with Roy
Hamey, general manager of the
Yankees, but the meeting ended in
an amicable impasse.
"Ourmeeting was very friendly
and we discussed each other's
viewpoints," said Hamey. "I don't
anticipate any difficulties."
"It was a good meeting, but I
didn't sign," said Maris. "I told
Roy I'd be back in January and
we'd talk some more."
The crew-cut outfielder, whose
61 home runs over the extended
1961 season broke a long-stand-
ing Babe Ruth record and made
him one of the game's foremost
gate attractions, had intimated
that he planned to insist on a
doubling of his present $37,500
Hamey, who said the Yankees'
payroll next year nay hit $800,-
000, indicated such a raise was out
of the question.
The other half of the Yankees'
fabled home run twin team -
Mickey Mantle-became the first
of the New York world champions
to sign his new contract. He need-
ed only five minutes Wednesday
to say "yes" to a figure reported
to be $82,000-$2,000 more than
Maris has told associates that
he thinks he deserves to be in the
same salary area.
Not Far Apart
One close friend of 'the home
run king said Maris and Hamey
were not far apart and probably
would reach a settlement at their
next meeting. He fixed the get-
together figure at $60,000, possibly
Maris, in New York on other
business, planned to fly to Kansas
City today to spend the Christmas
holidays with his family. He said
he would return to New York at
least twice next month for ban-
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