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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ST2JNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1960 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

llatimen

Shut

Out

Indiana

for

Eighth

Fink, Wilbanks Gain Falls:
In 30-0 Pasting of Hoosiers

GOPHERS RUN WILD:

3M' Cagers Drop Tenth Straight, 87-61

Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON - Michigan's
wrestlers, who had come close to
a dual meet shutout three times
this season, finally achieved one
yesterday, a 30-0 blanking of In-
dian-
It was Michigan's first white-
washing of an 'opponent in nine
years, and the first shutout against
a Big Ten opponent since Coach]
Cliff Keen's 1930 team dumped
Purdue, also by 30-0.
Keen's 1960 Wolverines, in roll-
ing to their ninth straight dual
victory, hlung up two pins, a for-
feit, and five decision wins over
the harassed Hoosiers.
Praise Effort
Keen and assistant Steve Cole
praised their grapplers' efforts,
caliling it "one of our best Meets."
It climaxed a highly successful
road trip that was opened Friday
by a 23-3 thumping of Illinois.
Against Purdue, Northwestern,
and Illinois the Maize and Blue
had come within a whisker of
shutout victories. When it came
here yesterday, it was no fluke.
The closest decision all day was
a 5-2 affair, and on the losing end
of it was the Hoosiers' most ac-
complished grappler, 137 - pound
Dick Zboray.
Kellermann Wins
Michigan sophomore Fritz Kel-
lermann, who got the first pin of
his career against Illinois' Don
Morrissey Friday, handed Zboray
only his second defeat in eight
matches.
Both of Michigan's victories by
fall yesterday came over highly re-
spected opponents. Wolverine Karl
Fink conquered his second neme-
rr
H
KARL FINK
2 ,4. pins former conqueror
sis in two days by pinning George
Ihnat at 2:05 of the first period in
the 177-pound match. Ihnat's rec-
ord was 4-1 going into the week-
Fink lost to Ihnat, 4-2, in last
year's IU-Michigan dual meet. The
Michigan junior from Ypsilanti
bumped JIlini Tom Trousil, 2-1,
Friday night to avenge two de-
feats Trousil handed him last
year.
Wilbanks Pins Opponent
Sophomore Hoosier Ron Hutch-
erson, whose victories outnumber
defeats, was the other victim by
fall. Ambi Wilbanks flattened him
at 3:30 of their 130-pound con-
test.
Captain Mike Hoyles began yes-
terday's massacre by disposing of
Ralph Carlino, 8-3. The Michigan
senior thus raised his season rec-
ord to 8-0-1.
Wilbanks and Kellermann then
went to work. Jim Blaker kept the
Wolverines rolling with a 6-0
blanking of Pete Walker at 147.
Dick Fronczak made his record
5-1-1 by downing Russ Smith, one
Michigan-Indiana
223-Hoylos (M) 8, Carlino 3.
13--Wlbanks (M) pinned Butcher-
son, 3:3.
137-Kellemann (M) 5, Zboray 2.
147-Blaker (M) 6, Walker 0.
17-Fronezak (M) 8, Smith 3.
167-Fitzgerald (M) 14, Grill i.

177-Fink (M) pinned Ihnat, 2:05,
Hiwt.--Olm (M) won over Medaris,
forfeit.
Michigan-Illinois
123-Pineda (I) 6, Root 0.
130-Wilbanks (M) S, Zander 4.
137-Kellermann (M) pinned Mor-
rissey, 4:30.
147-Hildebrandt (M) 6, Swartz 2.
157-Fronczak (M) 10, Stelzer 1.
167-Fitzgerald (M) S, Polz 2.
177-Fink (M) 2, TrousHl 1.
Hlwt.-Olxn (M) 4, Kramil 2.

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of the Hoosiers' better newcomers,
8-3, at 157 pounds.
Fitzgerald Still Perfect
Dehnis Fitzgerald, the Ann Ar-
bor junior 167-pounder, steam-
rolled to his eighth victory in
eight matches this season as he
victimized John Grill, 14-1. Grill
just managed to spare the ig-
nominy of being pinned.
Fitzgerald has allowed his eight
opponents a total of only 11 points
while scoring 62 of his own.
After Fink threw Ihnat, Fred
Olm completed the sweep, picking
up his forfeit win over Dave Me-
daris. The Hoosier heavyweight
has yet to win a match this sea-
son.
Michigan has only' one more
dual meet before hosting the Big
Ten competition here March 4-5.
The Wolverines tune up for that
with a trip to East Lansing Satur-
day and a long-awaited clash with
highly-rated Michigan State.

Special To The Daily

y

OUTSTANDING FOR MICHIGAN-Dick Cephas (left) and Tom
Robinson were individual stars last night for Michigan in the
Open Track Meet at Yost Fieldhouse. Cephas tied the Fieldhouse
high jump record and Robinson broke the existing mark in win-
ning the 300-yard dash.

MINNEAPOLIS -- It was the
same old story yesterday for
Michigan's basketball team as it
succumbed to a Minnesota last
half rally by the overwhelming
score of 87-61, dropping its tenth
straight Big Ten game.
The Wolverines, who have yet
to gain a Conference victory (and
it doesn't look like they will)
player a good first half and trailed
by only six points, 38-32, at inter-
mission. Then, as usual, the roof
fell in and Minnesota scored al-
most at will late in the contest
to pad the final margin.
Michigan didn't follow its exact
pattern, but showed much re-
semblance to other defeats in the
season. The losers even led early
in the game, then stayed close for
three quarters before folding.
However, unlike last Saturday's
TV game with Northwestern, the
Wolverines didn't come back after
losing steam.
Trouble Summed Up
Michigan's season-long trouble
was well summed up by a local
radio annoucer who said ". . . and
four F (fouls) and F (fatigue)
have caught up with Michigan
again." Center Bob Brown picked
up his fourth foul early in the
second half, as did Lovell Farris,
im p a i r i n g their effectiveness.
Brown later fouled out.
Ron Johnson, lanky Minnesota
center, led his team to the easy
win by pumping in 10 of 13 shots
Slaughtered

Wayne Thinclad Takes Three Firsts;
Robinson, Cephas Star for Michigan

from the field, finishing with 26
points. Terry Miller was the top
Michigan scorer with only 13,
while high scoring. John Tidwell
and Farris had miserable games,
scoring 12 apiece. Tidwell made
6-21 from the field, and Farris
3-19.
Besides foul trouble and tired-
ness, the Wolverines also suffered,
as they have all year, from poor
shooting. They hit only 30 per
cent as the sticky Gopher defense
forced them to take bad shots

By BILL PHELPS
A sensational triple victory by
Wayne State freshman Paul Jones
in the hurdles and 60-yard dash
highlighted the Michigan Open
track meet at Yost Field House
last night.
After running second to Michi-
gan's Bennie McRae in a trial
heat, Jones came back to take the
final with a time of :06.4. Michi-
gan sprinter Tom Robinson was
conspicuous by his absence as he
was saving his recently-injured leg
for the less strenuous 300-yard
dash.
Wins Hurdles
Jones had the 65-yard high
hurdles all to himself after McRae
was hurt as he knocked down the
last hurdle in the afternoon trials.
His time of :08.1 put him comfort-
ably ahead of Bowling Greene's
Bernie Casey.
In the 65-yard low hurdles,
Jones nosed out a tired Dick
Cephas to break the tape in :07.4.
Cephas had run in two afternoon
trial heats and had come in second
to Jones in the 60-yard dash final.
Cephas had just started in the
high jump when the dash was
called and by the time he returned
to the former, the bar was at 8".
By now, he was just getting
warmed up, however, and he
cleared it on the first try.
Eventually he jumped 6'7%" to
tie the varsity indoor record, but
couldn't get over 6'9" on any of his
three tries for a new record. The
lithe junior was a little rushed on
his last jumps as they were hold-
ing the final of the 65-yard low
hurdles for him,
Track Summaries
BROAD JUMP: 1. Watkins (Det.),
22'10"; 2. Baker (GRJC), 22'".
POLE VAULT: 1. Robinson (un-
att.), 138"; 2. Alcorn (unatt.), 136"
SHOT PUTT: 1. Trevarthan (M),
52'5"1; 2. Locke (M), 511%".
60-YARD DASH: 1. Jones (Wayne
State Fresh), :06.4; 2. Cephas (M);
MILE: 1. Leps (M), 4:15.7; 2. Mar-
tin (M).
HIGH SCHOOL 880 RELAY: 1
Flint Northern, 2. 1:33.5; Ypsilanti.
440-YARD DASH: 1. Strlg (M),
:5i.3; 2. Emery (EYTC).
65-YARD HIGH HURLEs: 1.
Jones (Wayne State Frosh), 2:08.1;
Casey (Bowling Green).
1000-YARD RUN: Worsfod
(EYTC), 2:17.5; 2. Dove (Bowling
Green).
60-YARD LOW HURDLES: 1.
Jones (Wayne State Fresh), :07,4;
2. Cephas (M).
600-YARD RUN: 1. Crothers (Tor-
onto), 1:12.1; 2. Telford (DTC).
300-YARD DASH: 1. Robinson
(M), :31.0 (Field House record); 2.
Shorter (Det.).
880-YARD RUN: 1. Deardorff (M),
1:56.7; 2. Maskery (Det.).
2-MILE RUN: 1. Schwartz (M),
9:54.7; 2. Bocci (unatt.).
MILE RELAY: 1. MICHIGAN "A"
(Geist, Dickerson, Seth, Leps),
3:23.9; 2. EYTC, MICHIGAN "B".
Life-Saving
Course Started
An advanced life-saving course
that is given for the first time at
Michigan, will be initiated by the
Red Cross, tomorrow night at 7:30
in the I-M pool.
Eligible to participate are all
students and faculty over 18 years
of age who -already have their
senior life saving rating. Part one
of the course will consist of 15
hours given between now and
April. At that time students will
be ready for the final phase of the
course to be conducted by a na-
tional Red Cross representative.
In charge of the program is Ed
Slezak, superintendent of aquatics

Robinson's saving himself for
the 300-yard dash worked out
quite well. Exploding out of the
blocks, he overcame his staggered-
start handicap in the first 70 yards
and streaked to a comfortable ten-
yard victory in :31 flat.
This marked the second time
this year that Robinson has low-
ered the Yost Fieldhouse record.
Takes Mile
In the mile run, Michigan soph-
omore Ergas Leps trailed team-
mate Dave Martin, last year's run-
ner-up in the Big Ten mile for
the first seven laps, and then on
the final lap slipped into passing
gear, moved around Martin, and
won by ten yards.
Shows Promise
His time of 4:15.7 was not too
bad considering that it was his
first mile in a major meet this
season.
Terry Trevarthan's victory in
the shot put gives promise of in-

creasing fortunes for the Michi-
gan team where it was quite weak
last year.
The victory of Captain Earl
Deardorff in the half-mile demon-
strated once again that the mid-
dle-distances will probably be
Michigan's stronghold in the fu-
ture meets.
* * *
Intramurals
In the Residence Halls 880 re-
lay, Huber and Allen-Rumsey
started off strong. At the first ex-
change Allen-Rumsey lost their
baton and Huber, their lead. Gom-
berg's Dick Lange took over first
and the Big Red held their lead
to the finish.
Kelsey, Allen-Rumsey, and Hu-
ber finished in that order behind
Gomberg.
A strong Phi Delta Theta team
led all the way in the social fra-
ternity half-mile relay final. They
were followed by SAM. ,

Ohio State Continues To Lead Big Ten
As MSU Cage Effort Falls Short,84-83
By TOM WITECKI
Special To The Daily included a duel between two of, through with a fine clutch p
EAST LANSING - Forddy An- the nation's top center, Lucas and That's the sign of a great tea
derson's Michigan State cagers Walker, who scored 28 and 23. * * *
made a brilliant attempt to stop points to lead their respective Wisconsin 75, Illinois 63
Ohio State's basketball band- teams. The twosome also shared MADISON - Wisconsin's 1
wagon last night - only to falter rebound honors with 14 apiece. ketball squad,..cellar dweller in
in the closing seconds and lose, Supporting Lucas were Mel Big Ten Conference most of
84-83, Nowell with 19, Joe Roberts with season, upset Illinois yester
The h a r d - f o u g h t victory 16 and Larry Siegfried with 11. 75-63.
clinched the Big Ten title for- e Record
Fred Taylor's Buckeyes who now Indiana 79, Iowa 64
have won 11 straight in Confer- The Spartans maintained their IOWA CITY - Indiana held
ence play, fine rebounding record by out- a scrappy but inept Iowa V
Trade Baskets rebounding the Buckeyes, , and extended its Big Ten bast
With a screaming partisan despite the fact that their start- ball winning streak to seven ga
crowd of 12,500 urging them on, ers averaged 6' even, while Ohio last night by bumping the Ha
the Spartans traded baskets with State averaged 6'5". eyes 79-64.
the nation's number four team Coach Forddy Anderson was * * e
until the end. The two teams were very proud of his - club's "fine" Purdue 75, Northwestern 74
never more " than seven points performance, but was, of course, EvANSTON-Sophoinores
apart and most of the time it was disappointed to have missed such Kehrt and Jerry Berkshire
one or two. a good chance for a big upset. Purdue to a 75-70 Big Ten 1
The key play came following an He said, "Every time we got a ketbal lvictory over Northwest
Ohio State time out 'with just 27 little bit ahead, they would come last night.
seconds remaining.'Leading 82-81,
the Buckeyes shocked the Spar-
tans and the capacity crowd with
a spectacular out-of-bounds play.
Clutch Play
Four Ohio State players, closely *
guarded by their Spartan oppo-
nents, lined up on the half-court
line facing guard Larry Siegfried,
who Was throwing the ball in. (Author of "I Was a Teen-age Dwarf","The Many
Suddenly 6'8" Jerry Lucas broke Loves of Dobie Gillis", etc.)
for the basket.
After a few huge strides, Lucas
leaped high into the air above the
basket, taking Siegfried's perfect COMMITTEES: AN AGONIZING REAPPRAISAL
half court pass and stuffing the
ball through the hoop for the
winning two points. To those of you who stay out of your student government
A last second layup by Horace because you believe the committee system is just an excuse for
Walker trimmed the margin to inaction, let me cite an example to prove that a commnittee,
one once again, but time had run properly led and directed can be a fore for god.
out for the Spartans,
The crowd-pleasing contest also Last week the Student Council met at the Duluth College of
Vterinarv Medicine and Blles-Tettrs todisnuss nnrchmina

MICHIGAN G
Farris........ 3
Tidwell.......6
Brown2...... 2
Miller........5
Hall .... .... 5
Higgs.........3
Meyer........ 0
Donley ........0
Schoenherr .. 0
Zimmerman .. 0
TOTALS ..25
Minnesota G
Erickson .,.. 5
Cronk. ......4
Johnson......10
Lehman .......5
Miller........ 2
Griggas ......
Butler......., 0
Benson ...... 0
Grow ..,...... 3
Hiller........... 0
Rahn.......... 1
TOTALS ..31

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6-10
0-0
0-0
3-3
0-3
2-3
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
11-20
F
3-3
3-4
6-7
3-7
4-6
0-0
0-0
2-2
2-3
2-2
0-0
25-34

P
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IN WINTER OLYMPICS:
Tw 0 German Women
Ruin American Hopes

P T
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3 11
3 26
3 13
2 8
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29-61
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MICHIGAN ........32
Minnesota..... ....38

By The Associated Press
SQUAW VALLEY - The com-
bined German team wrecked U.S.
hopes in the women's downhill ski
race yesterday and captured two
gold medals in a surprise show of
strength in the Eighth Winter
Olympic Games.
Heidi Beibl, an 18-year-old
fraulein from West Germany,
sped down the mile and one-
eighth course in 1:37.6 to nose out
the No. 1 American hope, Penny
Pitou of Gilford, N. H., who
clocked 1:38.6.
To add to the American disap-
pointment, Betsy Snite of Nor-
wich, Vt., Penny's roommate, and
ranked with her as one of the
world's best, took a bad spi:! and
had to be helped from the course.
U.S. Wins Bronze
The United States collected an
unexpected bronze medal in the
500-meter speed skating, won by
Mrs. Helga Haase, a 25-year-old
housewife from Communist East
Germany. Mrs. Haase, a mother,
won in 0:45.9 seconds, shading

Natalija Denchenko of Russia,
0:46 flat, and Jeanne Ashworth of
Wilmington, Mass., a 21-year-old
Tufts college student who was
third in 0:46.1.
At the Blyth Arena, Carol Heiss
of Ozone Park, N.Y., the world's
figure skating queen, took the first
steps toward her conceded Olym-
plc title. She went through the
first two of her six compulsgry
figures almost flawlessly. She
skates for the championship next
Tuesday.
Back of Miss Heidl and Miss
Pitou came game little Traudl
Hecher of Austria, third in 1:38.9.
She raced despite an injured
ankle.
In figure skating, Miss Heiss
took a commanding lead with an
aggregate of 262.8 points. Team-
mate Barbara Roles of Temple
City, Calif., was second with 246.9.
Two more figures will be skated
today and two Monday with the
spectacular free skating finals on
Tuesday. School figures count for
60 per cent in the final score.
In hockey, the United States
beat favored Czechoslovakia 7-5,
Friday night.
The Yanks play today against
Australia.
Also on today's schedule are
the Biathlon, a combined skiing
and shooting competition in
which the Russians are favored:
the women's 1500-meter speed
skating and the combined ski
jumping.
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SCORES

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Notre Dame 70, DePaul 58
Kent 69, Western Michigan 61
Wayne State 58, Case Tech 43
Kansas 75, Colorado 67
Utah 91, New Mexico 83
Utah State 81, Wyoming 67
Louisville 80, Dayton 55
Canislus 71, Detroit 60
St. Bonaventure 74, Marquette 70
COLLEGE HOCKEY
North Dakota 6, Michigan Tech 4
Minnesota 10, Michigan State 2
NBA RESULTS
Philadelphia 122, Minneapolis 106
Cincinnati 110, Detroit 107
St. Louis 121, Boston 105
NUL SCORES
Toronto 3, Chicago 1
Detroit 4, Boston 1
New York 3, Montreal 3
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