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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

mers Bracing for Hoosiers)

) STEINHARDT
by the world's best'
Mike Troy, and -sup-
flock of outstanding
n. nearly every other
na's swimming team
Michigan's challenge
lual meet suprenacy.
s tangle Friday at
rines will be out to
i Jim Counsilman's
st dual meet defeat
ast year the Hoosiers
higan 58-47 to snap
n streak.
oy, who is the Olymn-
J gold medalist, the
st three other Olym-
nrs; backstroker Frank
and freestylers Alan
Pete Sintz'
y -Dominates
inates his specialty,
)utterfly, as few have
His NCAA record is
he has been under
nine times. No other,
even been under two
e, the closest being
Dave Gillanders who
t week against Mich-
incidentally, was the
defeat Troy in any
fly event, winning the
nerican title. Troy is
anding freestyler and
;es in the 100 or 200.
who won a silver
he individual back-
ome this summer, is
g Ten. champ in both
-yd. backstroke. He is
rbacked up by Dick
actually has been
ster this jseason than

INDIANA GREAT -- Backstroker Frank McKinney who swam
in the Olympic games this past summer is one of the stars on the
Indiana swimming team, which will face the Wolverines this
weekend.
Theta Xi Easily Defeats
Pi Lambda Phi, 641-23

By JAN WINKELMAN
The Michigan tankmen will be
gunning for revenge this Friday
when they meet Indiana at Bloom-
ington.
Last year Indiana tumbled
Michigan from the crest of a 33.
dual meet, winning streak by the
score of 58-47 before an over-
flowing crowd at Michigan's Var-
sity Exhibition Pool. Last year's
meet was called by many the most
exciting in a decade.
Over 3,000 fans fought and
shoved their way into the stands
to observe Indiana's Frank Mc-
Kinney and Mike Troy battle
Michigan's Fred Wolf, Alex Gaxi-
ola, and Dave Gillanders in the
backstroke and butterfly events.
Swimming enthusiasts were also
anxious to watch the diving of
Michigan's Bob Webster and Joe
Gerlach, the freestyle efforts of
Frank Legacki and Indiana's Pete
Sintz, as well as the performance
of record holding Wolverine, Ron
Clark in the breaststroke.
The fans were not disappointed
as Michigan jumped off to a slim
lead which they held as late as
the diving break. Records were
Correction
It has been pointed out to us
by Illinois followers on campus
that the Daily was in- error
yesterday in saying that if
Michigan won four winter
sports this year it would be the
first time it had ever been ac-
complished. Bowing our heads
in shame we must acknowledge
that in 1952 the Illini won
Track, Gymnastics, Basketball
and Wrestling. We hope, too,
that these Illinoisans are en-
joying their stay at Michigan.
set by Troy in the 200 yd. butter-
fly, Wolf in the 200 yd. individual
medley, and by Indiana's sensa-
tional medley relay team,
The loss of Michigan captain
Tony Tashnick due to infectious
mononucleosis came as a hard
blow to the Wolverines and may
have been the deciding factor in
their defeat. His absence partly
,accounted for the lack of team
stamina which enabled Indiana to
take the last two events and, con-
sequently, the meet.
This year, with many of the
same competitors remaining on
both squads, Indiana is favored to
win, However, an upset is always
possible with competitors such as
'Bill Darnton, Webster, Gillanders,
Wolf, Clark, Steve Thrasher, Leg-
acki, and Dick Nelson swimming
for Michigan.
Especially interesting will be
the butterfly event pitting Michi-
gan's Gillanders against his arch-
rival, Troy. Gillanders has not de-
feated Troy since the Pan Ameri-
can Games the summer before
last.

Montreal Bounces Toronto
Chicago Rips Rangers, 5-2
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-aced by Ab Mc- phy for goalie's by three goals-.
Donald's two goals, the Chicago 146 to rBower, 143 for Hall.
Black Hawks skated to a 5-2 Na- * * *
tional Hockey League victory over TORONTO -- The Montrea
the New York Rangers at the Canadiens, after winning two o
Chicago Stadium last night. their previous 12 National Hockey
By winning the Hawks remained League games, came up with the
eight points behind the Montreal big one last night, a 3-1 decision
Canadiens, in the race for second over the league-leading Toronta
place, and pulled eight points Maple Leafs.
ahead of fourth place Detroit, The victory cut Toronto's poin
which was idle. lead over the second-place Cana
Seconds before the final whistle, diens to only four points and th
New York's Captain Red Sullivan Montrealers have two games in
and Eric Nesterenko of Chicago hand.
engaged in a stick and fist fight The Canadiens scorers wer
which netted each 17 minutes in Marcel Bonin, Jean Beliveau and
penalties. D e MaBshal, ener ay
The two had earlier tangled but Keon tallied the Leafs' goal t
at that time only Sullivan was open the scoring early in the firs
penalized for high-sticking, period but the rookie later suf
McDonald's two goals, which fered a bruised thigh and played
ran his total to 15 for the season, only about half the game.
came in the final period, as did
the pair the New Yorkers scored.
Tod Sloan gave the Hawks a
1-0 lead in the first period with
his eighth of the season on a
slow roller that dribbled under
Ranger Goalie Lorne (Gump) ( \
Worsley. Defenseman Dollard St.
Laurent and Bobby Hull hit for
the Hawks before Johnny Wilson
jammed in the Rangers first goal '
of the night at 10:45 of the finalw
period.-
McDonald's two markers were
sandwiched around one by Dean
Prentice, which came with Chi-
cago's Pierre Pilote in the penalty
box.
Worsley was somewhat busier
than Glenn Hall in the Chicago G
cage, being required to halt 35
Chicago shots to 31 for Hall. Hall
now leads Toronto's Johnny Bow-
er in the race for the Vezina tro- Und

ers, a sophomore, won both
iO and 1,500-yd. freestyle
itles last year. In the Rome
he set an Olympic record
00 meters. Sintz made the
a member of the freestyle
eam. He is the anchor man
Hoosier's record holding
medley relay team and won
D and 440-yd. freestyle races
1960 Big Ten meet.
Sophomore Power
ral other sophomores give
eam tremendous overall
John Roethke recently
the 200-yd. individual ned-
2:05.2 in his very first var-
)mpetition. By comparison,
Volf of Michigan won the
in 2:06.6 in the Big Ten
Lonships last March.
:e also swims the back-
and the sprints.
)phornores Chet Jastremski
:en Nakasone, Counsilman
o of the four swimmers who
egotiated the 200-yd. breast-
in less than 2:20.0. Jas-
I has also done the individ-
dley in 2:06.0 and is a for-
e sprinter.

By JIM FADIM
Exhibiting a quick well-balanc-
ed offense and excellent rebound-
ing, Theta Xi easily defeated a
much shorter Pi Lambda Phi
squad, 64-23 in last night's I-M
"A" action.
Dave McRory and Tom Griffith
paced the victors with 14 points
apiece, and Jeff Smith and Lairy
Pierce also hit for double figures.
Harvey Maltkoff was the high
scorer of the game, leading the
persistent losers with 15 points.
In the only other "A" game,
Phi Gamma Delta remained unde-
feated, rolling over Zeta Beta 67-
32. Dick Peterson was high scor-
er for the victors, with 17 points,
aided by his teammates Dick
Lyons and David Baron who
chalked up 16 and 15 points re-
spectively. Mike Kukes tried to
keep the losers hopes aliye with
his 12 point contribution.
Bruce Barker and Jerry Kellam
with 10 points apiece, lead Lamb-

da Chi Alpha to an easy 53-10:
victory over Delta Sigma Phi in
"B" action. In other "B" contests,
Bernard Fick with 10 points, lead
Sigma Chi to a 33-14 win over
Phi Kappa Psi.
Chi Psi, with the aid of Tom
Watson's fine rebounding and 16
points, downed Zeta Psi 47-30 de-
spite Mike Gillman's 25 point ef-
fort. Russ Ott put in 24 points as
defending champion Sigma Phi
Epsilon'whipped Alpha Sigma Phi
to the tune of 56-5. Behind the 13
points of high scorer Ray Levan-
dowski, Sigma Alpha Epsilon ex-
plodad to a 57-12 victory over Phi
Kappa Sigma. Phi Gamma Delta,
edged Sigma Nu 27-21.
Other Scores.
Tau Delta Phi over Alpha Delta Phi
(forfeit)
Psi Upsilon, 34, Delta Chi 17.
Sigma Alpha Mu 60, Acacia 13
Theta Xi 35, Phi Sigma Delta 24
Delta Upsilon 60, Alpha Epsilon Pi 23
Phi Delta Theta 47, Tau Delta Chi 13
Zeta Beta Tau 42, Phi Gamma Kappa
10
Beta Theta P1 53, Theta Chi 10
Alpha Tau Omega 25, Kappa sigma 15
Phi Gamma Delta over Tau Kappa
Epsilon (forfeit)
Chi Phi 34, Phi Kappa Tau 15
Ua

NHL Standings
W L T Pts.
Toronto 32 16 9 73
Montreal. 30 16 9 69
Chicago 24 19 13 61
Detroit 20 22 13 53
New York 17 30 9 43
Boston 12 32 11 35

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YORK (M) - Johnny
ormer Michigan State
ed in a follow-up with
onds to go and gave the
k Knickerbockers a 129-
time victory last night
he Syracuse Nationals in
up of a National Backet-
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. Louis Hawks trounced
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on Square Garden crowd
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game which ended 117-
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ray to a 93-81 lead late
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ball game.
Willie Naulls led a late New
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ter a duplication of the closely
fought first half. With less than
three minutes to go New York's
Bob McNeill tied the score at
114-114.
Phil Jordon an dthen Green put
New York ahead 121-118 - in the
extra period. Then Jordon got a
pair of goals and Richie Guerin
another one before Green's tip-in
brought the Knicks a victory.
Guerin and Naulls each had 25
points to lead New York. Jordon
contributed 21. Dick Barnett led
the Nats with 24.

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