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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, TI

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, F

Now

:opher Outburst Dumps Skidding Icers, 6-3

Swanson Quits Job
As Assistant Coach
(Continued from Page 1)

I

By JIM BERGER
lichigan's skidding hockey teams
led its tenth straight gameI
hout a victory when a threer
d final period surge gave Min.-
ota a 6-3 victory before aI
rce gathering at the Colesium.s
Che two teams meet again to-x
ht at 8:00 for the final in the
game series.r
the Gophers, with a 7-4-2
"HA record, led throughout the
ne except for 22 seconds in the
b period when the score was
d. Minnesota scored twice in#
first period, once in the sec-
d, and cinched the ;game with
'ee in the finale. Michigan tal-
l once in the first period and
.ce in the last.
VI' rapplers
)ppOSe OSU
1 Dual Meet
The Michigan wrestling team
is three straight Big Ten dual
et victories on the line this
,ernoon when they host Ohio
ate in the first of four straight
me dual meets.
Today's meet at 'Yost Field
use gets underway at 4:00 p.m.
ht after the basketball game.
Coach Cliff Keen has made no
anges in his regular rotation.
usual Carl Rhodes will start out'
e meet, wrestling in the 123-lb.

In tonight's game Michigan will
skate without defenseman Ross
Morrison. Morrison was given a
match misconduct when he was
charged with intending to injure
Minnesota's Dave Brooks in a
spearing duel late in the second
period.
After a vigorous beginning with
many rushes and few on-the-net
shots the Gophers finally took the
lead at 7:27. Gopher forward
Craig Falkman, who scored the
hat trick (three goals), had a
pass deflected by a Michigan de-
fenseman into the Michigan net.
Two Up
At 14:36, the Gophers went two
up when Brooks shot a 25-footer
Another Loss

past Michigan goalie Bill Bieber.
Brooks was almost parallel to the
goal on the left wing and his
shot landed into the far corner.
The Wolverines countered whcn
Captain Larry Babcock took a
pass from winger Gary Butler;
and slapped it in from 25 feet in
front of the net.
The Gophers took a 3-1 lead
in the second frame when Falk-
man scored his second, but the
Wolverines made a brief counter-
attack in the third period.
In less than two minutes Tom
Pendlebury and John McGonigal
each scored to tie the score. The
Gophers only had to come up ice
again to take the lead and win
the game.
Forward Gary Schmalzbauer
scored two, Falkman tallied his
third and the disappointed crowd
went home.
The last time Michigan won was
a home game Dec. 14 against
Denver. The Icers tied Minnesota
in one of the encounters at Min-
neapolis.

FARLEY SETS POOL RECORDS:
Varsity Tankers Edge Frosli

By BOB ZWINCK
Whether or not the Michigan
tankers will be good enough to
catch Indiana in a year or so re-
mains to be seen, but at least the
28th annual Swim Gala last night
showed that the gap must be clos-
ing.
The 24 varsity swimmers had to
go all out to edge' the 11-man
freshman team by a 54-51 score.
Most times were very good and
the competition pushed swimmers
into setting three pool records.
Freshman Bill Farley swam the
500-yd. freestyle in a phenomenal
4:58.0. This event is of course a
new one this year. It was length-
ened 60-yds. from the 440 so the
end of the race would be at the

MINNESOTA
Fabian
Nanne
Westby
Brooks
Schmalzbauer
Lilyholm

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MICHIGAN
Bieber
Rodgers
Kartusch
Wilkie
Butler
Babcock

First Period Scoring: Minn--Falk-
man (unassisted) 7:27; Mlin -
Brooks (Schmalzbauer, Nanne)
14:36; M-Babcock (Butler, Wilkie)
19:18; Penalties: M-Rodgers (cross-
checking) 1:18; M--Cole (hooking)
5:30.
Second Period Scoring: Minn -
Falkman (Nanne) 2:32. Penalties-
M-Pendlebury (interference) 1:16;
Minn--Constantine (cross-checking)
6:31; M-Rodgers (cross-checking)
8:59; M-Morrison (roughing) 12:10;
Minn-Haigh (roughing) 12:10; M-
Kartusch (high sticking) 15:33; M-
Morrison (5 minute major for spear-
ing, plus a match penalty for intent
to injure) 18:51; Min-Brooks -
(5 minute major for spearing) 18:51.
Third Period Scoring: M-Coris-
tine (Pendlebury, Newton) 3:54; M-
McGonigal (Butts, Forrest) 5:05;
Mnn-Schmalzbauer (Brooks, Lily-
hoIm) 5:27; Minn-Falkman (Haigh,
Nanne) 13:26; Minn--Schmalzbauer
(Lilyholm) 14:56. Penalties: Minn-
Falkman( hooking) 19:26.
MICHIGAN 1 0 2-3
MINNESOTA 2 1 3-6

Hoosier Hot-Shots
Meet Cool Shooters

end of the pool. Being new, the
best intercollegiate times are still
to be made later in the season.
Could Win NCAA
But mentor Gus Stager suggest-
ed that a five-minute clocking
should be sufficient to win the
NCAA championship. He hastened
to point out there is little doubt
that Farley's time is the best re-
corded by anyone so far.
Stager considers a time of 5:12
an excellent one, and in dual
meets the varsity swimmers have
been flirting with 5:13. He casual-
ly mentioned earlier in the week
Fabulous Frosh
VARSITY 54, FRESHMEN 51
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1. Var-
sity (Reissing, Nelson, Moore,
Thrasher); 2. Freshmen (Roman-
chak, Rabinovich, Spann, Burns).
Time-3 :44.7.
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Farley
(F); 2. Walls (F); 3. Berry (V). Time
-1:48.7 (pool record).
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Riutta
(V); 2. Hoag (F); 3. Burns (V).
Time-:22.6.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Orland (F); 2. Reppert (V); 3.
Longstreth (V'). Time-2:07.4.
DIVING-1. Brown (F); 2. Attar
(V); 3. Cox (V). Points-256.8.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Moore
(V); 2. Spann (F); 3. Longstreth
(V). Time--2:02.8.
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Walls
(F); 2. Hoag (F); 3. Thrasher (V).
Time-:49.3.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1.
Bartsch (V); 2. Reissing (V); 3. Or-
land (F). Time-2:00.7 (pool record).
500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Farley
(F); 2. Uhler (V); 3. Dudley (V).
Time-4:58.0 (pool record).
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Nel-
son (V); 2. Bodolay (V); 3. Rabin-
ovich (F). Time-2:20.0.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Freshmen (Roadhouse, Tanner,
Hoag, Walls); 2. Varsity (Burns,
Berry, Reppert, Thrasher). Time-
3:18.6.

that he had a boy gunning for five
minutes, but not even reporters
always put a coach so far out on
a twig.
Farley also knocked almost two
full seconds off the 200-yd. free-
style pool record. He did it in
1:48.7. The "old" mark was 1:50.6,
set just last Monday in the Min-
nesota meet. Dick Walls finished
second in that event to give the
freshmen a 1-2 sweep.
The other pool record was set
by sophomore Ed Bartsch. He
swam a very strong 200-yd. back-
stroke and finished almost six
yards ahead of his closest com-
petitor in 2:00.7.
Close Finishes
Two other very close races were
the 200-yd. individual medley and
the 200-yd. breaststroke. In the
former, freshman Rees Orland
edged out Lanny Reppert and Jeff
Longstreth as all three came in
almost together.
In the other, Dick Nelson touch-
ed out Geza Bodolay, who in turn
barely squeezed in ahead of fresh-
man Steve Rabinovich.
COLLEGE SCORES
Tulane 77, Georgia Tech 69 (ovt)
Duquesne 91, Seton Hall 74
Penn 76, Yale 69

Ten indoor high and low hurdles
championships.
Swanson completed his work for
a B.S. degree in 1947 and received
his M.A. in 1951. He has assisted
Canham in developing nine Big
Ten championship teams in the
14 years they worked together.
Martin was named to the 1961
All-American and NCAA track
squads after three seasons as a
Wolverine distance runner. He
holds the varsity mile record of
4:06.7 and the 3,000-meter steeple
chase mark.
After graduating from the Uni-
versity, he did advanced work at
UCLA and competed for the Los
Angeles Track and Field Club.
Last fall he built a strong cross-
country team at Claremont (Cal.)
High School in his first season.
Both Canham and Swanson
were out of town last evening and
couldn't be reached for comment.

ELMER SWANSON
... resigns post

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lchigan State Hosts
"rack Spectacular

By TOM WEINBERG
Led by sharpshooters Jimmyt
Rayl and Tom Bolyard and sopho-
more rebound leaders, the Van
Arsdale twins, Indiana's Hoosiers
will invade Yost Field House atr
2 o'clock this afternoon, and willt
try to contain the bigger MichiganE
Wolverines.
Indiana, dumped by pace-set-r
ting Illinois Monday night, 104-Z
101, and upset by Northwesternz
last Saturday, will be out to breakj
the losing streak and to keep its
title hopes alive. Currently tied
with Minnesota and Ohio Statej
for second place, Indiana has had
only these two setbacks as com-
pared with the three suffered by
Michigan.
Rayl, the slim 6'2", 155 pound
senior from Kokomo, Id,, is sec-
ond in the Big Ten scoring race
this year, the same spot he occu-
pied at the close of last season.
He has an excellent shot from
outside and Michigan's coach Dave
Strack thinks that Rayl has the
ability to play professional ball
in the NBA with some work on his
defensive tactics.
In Bolyard, also a senior, Coach
Branch McCracken has found a
new scoring threat to couple with

Rayl. Bolyard has led the team in
the last two games with 28 and
35 points.,
The Van Arsdale twins, Tom
and Dick, are both over 6'4" and
represent double trouble under
the backboards for the confer-
ence's top rebounder, Bill Buntin.
Buntin, at 6'7" will be the tallest
man on the court. It appears he
will pack even more of the Wol-
verine scoring punch than usual
against the smallest team in the
league.
Preceding the game at about
12:30 p.m. will be an exhibition
featuring the Michigan freshmen
in an intra-squad contest.

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Syracuse 162, Detroit 125
Boston 129, New York 95

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By CHARLIE TOWLE
Michigan trackmen advance to
e second plateau today as they
avel to East Lansing for the
ichigan State Relays, their first
ll trial against topflight com-

The Michigan State Relays have
always been one of the outstand-
ing events of the indoor track
season. This year the Relays will
have representatives from 18 Mid-
western schools. "This one is a
lot tougher meet than last week's,'
admitted Elmer Swanson, assistant
track coach. "The competition
will be keener with such schools
as Misouri, Notre Dame, and
Loyola (Chicago) there," he added.
Michigan Stars
Last Saturday in the Michigan
Relays held in Ann Arbor, the
cindermen acquited themselves
quite well, giving Indication of
carrying on the Michigan tradi-
tion of winning track teams. Out-
standing in the meet were Ken
Burnley, Kent Bernard, Ted Kelly,
Dave Hayes and Chris Murray.
However, these men, as well as
the rest of the track squad, can't
afford to let down this week as
each man will be strongly tested
before the meet is over.
Meeting Burnley in the 60-Yd.
dash will be Nate Adams of Pur-
due and Bob Moreland of MSU.
These are the same two men whom
Burnley met here last week. He
withdrew from the finals in the
event, in which Moreland squeak-

ed out a judges' decision over
Adams, although he had a faster
time than either of them in the
qualifying heats.
Mile Competition
As competition for Hayes there
will be Jerry McFadden of Mis-
souri, who won the event last
year, and Tom O'Hara of Loyola,
one of the nation's outstanding
milers. Murray will be seeking to
dethrone last year's two mile
champion, Frank Carver of Notre
Dame.
To Kelly will fall the job of try-
ing to defend Michigan's crown in
the two mile relay. Also slated
tentatively for the event are Hayes,
Dan Hughes, and team captain
Charles Aquino. Bernard is sched-
uled to anchor the University Mile
Relay, in which Coach Don Can-
ham has also scheduled Carter
Reese, Talt Malone, and Mac
Hunter.
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