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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY; FEBRUARY 16, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 196w

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Fading Wolverines Lost Last Three,
Need Win To Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

SPORT SHORTS:
Cincinnati Leads AP Poll;
Moore Dethroned by NBA

PROF. GERHARD L. WEINBERG By MIKE GILLMAN
History Department, "Trends in Germany" Michigan's slipping hockey team,
stung by two one-sided losses to
Michigan Tech last weekend, re-
B8NAI B'RITH HILLEL FOUNDATION turns to the friendly confines of
1429 HilI Street the Coliseum to face arch-rival
Michigan State tonight.
In a game scheduled to start at
8:00, the Wolverines will try toI
get back on the win trail againstI
the Spartans in their first appear-
i Iance at home since January 15
* Speedwriting (when they beat MSU, 6-1).
Home-Ice Hopes
* Gre Shorthand Coach Al Renfrew hopes the
home ice will help his squad out
*Typewriting as they suffered six of their seven
losses this season on the road.
InMichigan will be battling for
ACCOUntinits playoff life against the cellar-
dwelling Spartans. On the basis of
* Office M achines their twirl losses at Tech, the Wol-
verines have dropped into fifth
A SINGLE SUBJECT OR A COMPLETE COURSE place behind Colorado College. A
win tonight would bring Renfrew's
charges to the .500 level in league
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE play agsadt akteitfut
i L. EE playand back into a tie for fourth
45th Year place.
4 YThe first four teams in the
WNIiam of State Ann Arbor Phone NO 8-7831 Western Collegiate Hockey Asso-
ciation make the playoffs where
the western representative to the
NCAA finals in Boston are de-
cided.
Seek Revenge
D aily Iassif eds Tonight Michigan will be out to
release its frustration for the
empty-handed weekend and even
the season's series with Michigan
Bring Q u ic kesuits State. In the first meeting of these'
two teams, the Wolverines blasted
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State here, but in two later en-
counters on MSU ice, the Spartans
took both, the latest a 4-3 over-
time nod last week.
The Spartan offense is paced by
two sophomore sensations, Claude
Fournel and Real Turcotte, and
captain Jack Roberts, the leading
goal-getter.
Roberts, a senior, may have a
successor on the State hockey
team. His younger brother, Doug,
has been a standout for the De-
troit Junior Red Wings and tallied
a hat trick Sunday to lead the
Detroit squad to the champion-

ship of the Border Cities Hockey
League.
Mattson Leads Weekend
Michigan's Steve Bochen tallied'
once against the Huskies to con-
tinue his lead in goals with 12.
The leading scorer for the two
game set was Gary Mattson, who
tallied two goals and an assist.
This will be the sixth game in
12 days for the Wolverines. They
will rest this weekend in prepara-
tion for four games, two each
against Minnesota and Denver
starting a week from Friday.

By The Associated Press

Cincinnati's Bearcats continued
to hold a commanding lead in the!
kssociated Press weekly basket-
ball poll today.
Victories over North Texas
State and St. Louis last week
helped increase the Bearcats' mar-
gin over runners-up Bradley and
:alifornia. All three clubs have
won 19 and lost one. Cincinnati's
lone setback was at Bradley, 91-90.
Bradley's lone defeat was at Cin,
cinnatai earlier.
In the only change among the
first 10 teams, Utah climbed one
notch into eighth place, replac-
ing Villanova. The Wildcats were,
upset by NYU Saturday night.
In the second 10, St. John, St.

GARY MATTSON
.. , leading weekend scorer

HOST POWERFUL INDIANA TEAM:
M' Swimmers Wait for Stiff Test

Bonaventure and Ohio University
entered as Dayton, Detroit and St.
Louis dropped out.
Moore Loses Title
PROVIDENCE - The Nation-
al Boxing Association last night
withdrew recognition of . Archie
Moore as light heavyweight cham-
pion because he failed, to defend.
his title within the prescribed six
months period.
Anthony Maceroni, NBA presi-
dent, announcing the withdraw-
al, said "Moore should make up
his mind whether to continue as
a light heavyweight or give up his
crown and campaign for the
heavyweight title. It isn't fair to
Johnson and other contenders."
He said the NBA executive
committee at its Dec. 12 meeting
in Indianapolis, Ind., unanimous-
ly passed a resolution that Moore
defend against the perennial No.
1 light heavyweight contender
Harold Johnson not later than
Feb. 12.

By HAL APPLEBAUM
Michigan, undefeated in 32 con-
secutive dual meets, will receive
its sternest challenge in three
years Saturday when Indiana's
powerful Hoosiers invade Ann Ar-
bor and make their bid for su-
premacy in the collegiate swim
world.
While the Wolverines have been
salting away three NCAA and two
Big Ten titles since their last de-
feat, the Hoosiers have been build-
ing up a team which Matt Mann,
former Michigan coach now at
Oklahoma, has picked to win the
National championship and which
Michigan State Coach Charles
McCaffree has called the greatest
college team in the country.
Rewriting Records
The Indiana team, replete with
AAU, Pan American and Collegi-
ate champions, has beendrewriting
the record books this month in
their preparation for overtaking
the Wolverines, admittedly their
target in 1959-60.
A rundown of the Indiana roster
and the times they have turned
in so far this season are more
than enough to indicate that the
Wolverines will have their hands
full Saturday.
Two weeks ago against MSU, the
Indiana 400 - yard medley relay
team of Frank McKinney, Gerry
Miki, Mike Troy and Pete Sintz
knocked nearly four seconds from
the American record as they cov-
ered the distance in 3:41.9.
Two nights later against Pur-
due, sophomore Troy, world record
holder for the 200-meters butter-
fly, covered 200 yards in 2:00.8,
lowering the American and NCAA
record held by Michigan's Tony
Tashnick by :01.4.
Last Saturday night an Indiana

800-yard freestyle relay combo of I individual medley. His time of 2:08
Tom Verth, John Parks, Fred is among the best in the Midwest
Rounds and Sintz eclipsed the this season. Backing up Barton
in this event are Beaver and the
American mark by nearly 10 sec- versatile Troy.
onds. Besides swimming the individual,
McKinney, American, Pan- Barton can be counted on for

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TOP TEN
Cincinnati (79)
Bradley (21)
Calfornia (36)
Ohio State (12)
West Virginia (3)
Georgia Tech (2)
Utah State (2)
Utah
Villanova
Miami (Fla.) (3)

(19-1) 1,661
(19-1) 1,415
(19-1) 1,356
(17-2) 1,177
(20-3) 732
(19-3) 640
(18-2 532
(18-2) 476
(17-2) 356
(20-3) 163

American, AAU, NCAA and Big
Ten record holder in the 200-yard
backstroke, has not had to go all
out yet this season, but has given
indications in relays that he is
set to go faster than ever.
Soph Power
Three more sophomores, Rounds,
Verth and Dick Kitchell have
helped add the overall power
needed for a team of champion-
ship caliber.
Rounds and Verth, freestylers,
have both covered 220 yards in
2:05 and the 440 in 4:30. Both of
these times are faster than any
turned in by other.Big Ten per-
formers this season.
Kitchell, a Canadian, swam the
200-yard butterfly against Michi-
gan State in 2:03.3, less than a
second behind the record which
his teammate Troy was to break
two night later.
Besides these outstanding per-
formances, the Hoosiers have also
received improved efforts from
veterans Parks and Gerry Miki.
Parks, an elongated freestyler,
has turned impressive times in
both the 50 and 100-yard freestyle
as well as performing on the
Hoosiers freestyle relay team. His
clocking of :22.6 for the 50 has
bettered all Indiana standards for
the distance.
Hoosier Captain
Miki, the Hawiian captain of the
Hoosiers, has turned in improved
times in the 200-yard breaststroke
and has established himself as one
of the nation's best in the 100-
yard breaststroke this season.
Bill Beaver, trapped in the
shadow of McKinney the past two
years, is a fine backstroker in his
own rights and accounted for a
second in the NCAA 100 - yard
backstroke and a third in the 200.
Although not a threat to McKin-
ney, Beaver provides the Hoosiers
with a topflight one-two back-
stroke punch as well as adding
depth to the individual medley.
Bill Barton, also a junior, is a
threat for honors in the 200-yard,

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