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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963

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By TOM ROWLAND
With one big win under their
belts Michigan's wrestlers now
move on to an action-filled holi-
day schedule that will see the de-,
fending Big Ten champs take on
three tough meets on an Eastern
tour and return for the confer-,
ence opener against Northwestern
at Evanston.
Next action on the docket is
scheduled to be the Wilkes Tour-
nament at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., on
Dec. 30-31, but Michigan will be
represented at the 50-team meet
by only four wrestlers as the rest
of the team will compete in the
West Suburban YMCA Open
Tourney in Chicago. While 147-
pounder Lee Deitrick and Gary
Wilcox at 137 travel to the Wilkes
meet, the bulk of the team will
be up against some top wrestlers
in the Chicago tournament.
Teams like Northwestern, Iowa,
Wisconsin, and Southern Illinois
will all be represented, as well as
some of the top non-affiliated
amateurs of the area.
Name Squad
Following tryouts this week and
next Coach Cliff Keen will name
a traveling squad to face Lock
Haven State, the New York Ath-
letic Club, and Hofstra on an
after-New Year's Eastern swing.
Lock Haven is one of the East's
top small-college teams, finishing
second in the Pennsylvania State
Conference last season with a 9-2-
0 record and fifth place in the
1962 Wilkes Tournament.
"They'll be tough," is the word
from Deitrick, who is a native of
Lock. Haven and who will be wres-
tling against a team that contains
many of his ex-high school team-
mates. Fred Powell, Lock Haven
130 - pounder, was conference
champ a year ago and ended up
fourth in the nationals at 123.
Ron Blacksmith won the confer-
ence individual crown at 137
pounds last winter and will prob-
ably face Deitrick at 147 this
time around. Roger Cook is de-
fending league champ at 167, and
tough soph Jerry Swope will de-
fend his conference 177-lb. title.
Swope, a two-time Pennsylvania
state high school champ, also won

the 177-pound crown in the NAIA coach, was a member of Keen's
championships last winter. high school wrestling team when
Top Grapplers the veteran Michigan mentor first
The New York Athletic Club will started out in coaching back in
send some of the country's best 1924.
wrestlers against the Wolverines. Hofstra, a small New York school{
Gary Simons, who won the na- that places heavy emphasis on
tional title three years in a row at wrestling, finished fifth in the
123, and Dave Auble, 137-pound Middle Atlantic Conference last
veteran of world championship winter. The team had a 4-7-0
fame, are typical of the competi- mark.
tion from the New York crew. League Starts
Merle Thursh, Athletic Club Before school gets back into ses-

sion for the second semester the
Wolverines make their conference
debut at Northwestern and then
move up to Madison to face Wis-
consin.
Northwestern took third place
in the Big Ten meet last year, the
Wildcats' 34 points trailing Michi-
gan's 52 and Iowa with 42. Wis-
consin was fifth in the conference
with 23.
The Wolverines made a strong
1963-64 premiere against Penn
State last Saturday night, scoring
a come-from-behind, 16-11, vic-
tory. Despite the good showing,
there will still be top competition
for the weight spots on Keen's
traveling team for the Eastern
tour.
Jesse Pitt is back working out
at 123 after suffering an earlier
hand injury and along with fellow
soph Tino Lambrose gives senior
Ralph Bahna a tough challenge
for the lightweight spot. Bahna
fell to Penn State's Tom Balent
on a last-second reversal decision
Saturday, 12-10.
Good Depth
Soph Billy Johannesen faces
competition from Dave Horning
for the'130-spot, while Cal Jenkins
and Wilcox battle it out at 137.
Johannesen was nipped on riding
time against the Nittany Lions, 5-
4; Jenkins looked strong winning
on a 6-4 decision.
Deitrick, who is defending 147-
pounder at the Wilkes Tourna-
ment, won against Penn State,
6-3.
Dave Post, who only wrestled in
one meet last year, made a good
showing in a 6-6 draw Saturday at
167, and junior Chris Stowell scor-
ed the rallying pin at 177. Junior
heavyweight Bob Spaly won the
deciding match, 5-2.
Michigan's next home wrestling'
meet is the firstbaction after the
second semester begins: The Wol-
verines meet Purdue here on Jan-
uary 25.

Winter Action

With the I-M fall sports now history, Michigan House and Sigma
Alpha Epsilon have taken narrow leads in their respective races for
the residence hall and social fraternity all-year championships.
Michigan House, a sixth place finisher in the residence hall
division last year, has totalled 825 points in 11 sports to lead its
nearest challenger, Wenley House, by 29 points.
Defending fraternity SAE, on the benefit of two champion-
ships in "A" and "B" football and two second place finishes in
wrestling and handball, leads the social fraternity division with 800
points. Sigma Phi Epsilon and Lambda Chi Alpha are in hot pursuit
with 763 and 755 points respectively.
* * * *
In I-M action last week, Beta Theta Pi successfully defended
its wrestling title by scoring 23 points. The Beta's scored one
individual champion, placed two in the finals, and generally relied
on team depth to capture the crown.
In the residence hall wrestling championships, Hinsdale House,
X-House and defending champion Hayden House tied for the title
with 11 points each.
* * * *
The I-M Department has announced the 1963 all-star football
teams, with champion SAE leading the fraternity list with three
men, while residence hall titlist Taylor House placed two men on
the squad.
The fraternity team is composed of ends Dave Campbell (SAE)
and Steve Ensley (Beta Theta Pi), center Charlie Collins (SAE),
quarterback Denny Spalla (SAE) and backs Bob Glasher (Chi Phi),
Jack Rashleigh (Sig Ep) and And Wierengo (ATO). Campbell and
Spalla won positions on the squad for the second straight year.
Taylor House had back Bill Schram and end Mike Rapsiak on
the residence hall squad. Other members of the team include Huber
House quarterback Roger Chatterton, back Jim Ludwig (Huber), back
Bud Hamilton (Wenley) and lineman Jim Lundquist (Winchell) and
Odell Hancox (Michigan). Chatterton is the only repeat member on
the '63 team.
While on the subject of football, the I-M Department has also
announced that Ron Tate has been awarded the department's foot-
ball "official of the year" trophy. In presenting the award, depart-
ment assistant Bob Birnbaum called attention to the fact that this
is the first time such a presentation has been made. "We hope that
this award will give our officials more incentive," said Birnbaum.
Tate, a regular outfielder on the baseball squad, won the trophy
on all-around interest, attitude, knowledge of the rules and poise.
The department plans on presenting a similar award to the top
basketball and softball official.
Anyone interested in officiating should contact the department.
Office hours are from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays. The department phone number
is 663-4181.
I-M competition will swing into action next semester with resi-
dence hall bowling and basketball beginning Jan. 24 and 27 respec-
tively. Social fraternity bowling starts Jan. 18 and basketball on
Jan. 21.

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TWO FOR JENKINS-Cal Jenkins gets the first takedown of his
varsity career against Steve Erber in the initial wrestling meet of
the season against Penn State last Saturday. Jenkins looms as
one of Coach Cliff Keen's outstanding new soph prospects as the
Wolverines go about defending their Big Ten title this winter.
He won against Erber, 6-4.

TWO GAMES:
Michigan leers Meet Toronto

By BUD WILKINSON

Michigan's hockey squad faces
Canada's 'top - rated collegiate
team, Toronto, in a two game se-
ries this weekend which promises
to be the Wolverines' toughest test
so far this season.
The first game of the series is
scheduled for 8 p.m. Friday night
at the Coliseum and the second
game will be at the same time Sat-
urday.
Toronto Tough
"Toronto is definitely the
strongest team in Canada this year
and the team to beat. They are
stronger than they were last year
and have already beaten the
championship junior team in Can-
ada. Toronto will be one of the
toughest teams we face this year,"

commented Wolverine Coach Al
Renfrew.c
In Canadian college action, the
Toronto icers hold double victor-
ies over last year's champion, Mc-1
Master's, and last weekend played
to a tie with a strong McGilli
team. In last year's game the
Wolverines skated over Toronto,1
7-2.1
The starting lineup for the Tor-
onto series will be Gordie Wilkie,I
Gary Butler, and Jack Cole at the
forwards, sophomores Tom Polo-l
nic and Barry MacDonald on de-
fense and Bob Gray or Bill Bieber
in goal.
In Michigan's games so far thisa
season, they outscored Queens
twice by identical 9-5 scores and
chalked up a 9-7 victory over a
talented freshman squad.
Strong Offense
Against Queens, the icers were
on the offensive most of the time,
peppering the opposing goalie with
141 shots in the two contests.
The leading scorers for the Wol-
verines in the Queens series were
Butler, Wilkie, and Cole. Butler,
last year's leading scorer, has nine
points on four goals and five as-,
sists. Cole has chalked up three
goals and five assistshand Wolver-
ine captain Wilkie has one goal
and six assists. '
"Queens hadn't skated much
and we got a lot of shots on them.
Although they didn't get many
shots, too many found the mark,"
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sition and the inexperience of the
sophomores.
"We have the lines set now and
the guys know who they are play-
ing with, which should help a lot.
Ron Coristine has been switched
up to forward where he feels more
at home and Roger Galipeau has
been moved back to defense. The
team is up for the series and we
should be on our way back from a
bad season last year."
After the 'Toronto series, the
pucksters will be, idle during
Christmas vacation until January
7-8, when they travel to Duluth
to play the Duluth Branch of
Minnesota. On November 29-30,
D u1u t h defeated Minnesota's
Gophers 5-2 and 7-5, in the sea-
son's first series.
"It not only was our most con-
sistent performance ever over a
series," said Duluth Coach Ralph
Romano, "but. the first time we
have ever taken a series from a
major college and the first time
we've beaten Minnesota."
The. Wolverines next travel to
Minnesota for a two game series
with the Gophers on January 10-
11. Minnesota has been weakened
considerably this year by gradua-
tion losses, ineligibilities and in-
juries.
The first games after vacation
for the. Wolverines will be a two-
game series with Loyola of Mon-
treal at home on January 17-18.

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I-M STANDINGS

RESIDENCE HALL
Michigan ...................... 825
Wenley ........................ 796
Winchell ......................765
Allen-Rumsey .................670
Hayden....................... 631
Hinsdale ........................ 630
Huber ..........................'628
Gomberg .......................624
Adams ........................ 619
Cooley ..........................611
Chicago ........................ 591
Taylor .......................... 584
Van Tyne.....................533
X-House ....................... 506
Kelsey .......................... 486
Lloyd .......................... 436
Williams ....................... 417

SOCIAL FRATERNITY
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.........
Sigma Phi Epsilon...............
Lambda Chi Alpha.......... '
AlphaDelta Phi...............'
Sigma Alpha Mu...............
Theta Delta Chi...............
Beta Theta Pi .................
Phi Gamma Delta .............
Chi Psi......................
Alpha Tau Omega.............
Delta Upsilon.............
Phi Kappa Psi..................J
Zeta Psi..... .................
Evans Scholars..............
Chi Phi ....................
Delta Tau Delta .................
Tau Delta Phi.................

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763
755
728
635
634
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547
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