SDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1960
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Michigan Basketball Team Loses at Indiana,
Second-Half Rally Fails,
Tidwell Hits 27 Points
WIN MILE, TWO-MILE RACES:
'M' Relay Teams Impressive in California Wins
Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTON - Michigan's
winless basketball team found it-
self in the basement of the Big
Ten today - all alone -- after
dropping its ninth straight Con-
ference tilt to Indiana here, 86-69
The Wolverine loss, coupled
with Wisconsin's upset win over
Iowa, left Michigan as the only
team in the Conference without a
Despite a strong second-half
surge by the Wolverines, the
Hoosiers were well able to hold off
the late attack as they had rolled
toan 18-point half-time bulge.
As usual, the Michigan cagers
rhit one long dry spell that meant
trouble. With five minutes left in
the first half, the Wolverines were
still within striking distance, on
the short end of a 30-23 score.
But those last five minutes be-
fore the half saw the Hoosiers,
led by the board work of big Ralph
Bellamy, dropped in 16 markers
while Michigan got but five.
In what was described as per-
haps "the best half played by the
Wolverines this year," Michigan
went on a late scoring rampage.
Trailing by 24 points, the Wolver-
ines' John Tidwell and Terry Mil-
ler started getting hot and soon
wiped out 13 points of that lead
to trail by only nine, 72-63.
But the pace proved too much,
and the cagers, who have become
as well known as the Detroit Red
Wings in hockey for weak finishes,
could produce but six more points
while Indiana finished with an-
Tidwell was the effective gun in
the outburst as he hit for 19
points in the second half alone, to
give him the evening's top scoring
honors with 27. Jon Hall came
through with a good performance
as he garnered 14 points. Miller
hit for 18.
Mississippi State 81, Florida 7S
Kansas State 72, Iowa State 70
Mississippi 65, Georgia 63
Citadel 100, Florida State 60
Xavier (Ohio) 79,Marquette 75
Ohio U. 71, Toledo 67
Maryland 70, Clemson 55
Louisiana State 66, Alabama 53
Kansas 54, Oklahoma 53
St. Johns 93, CCNY 67
Hinsdale 53, Anderson 31
Cooley 51, Winchell 26
Adams 61, Greene 32
Huber 27, Hayden 26
Reeves 49, Michigan 31
Lloyd 48, Prescott 24
Gomberg 32, Wenley 29
Math 22, Nuclear Engineering 14
Zoology 52, Cooley 13
English 30, Willow Run 26
Astro Physics 17, Chemistry 15
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RELAY CHAMPS-Earl Deardorff, Ergas Leps and Tony Seth
(left to right), all half-milers, made up half of the group of relay
men that brought Coach Don Canham back two firsts from
Saturday's LA meet.
OSU Rips Illinois 109=81,
I sconsin Surprises Iowa
By TOM WITECKI
Six Michigan track men spent
a successful weekend in sunny
California, combining to win both
the mile and two mile relays in
the Los Angeles Times charity
Competing on a board track in
Los Angeles' new Sports Arena,
the Wolverines took on the best
in the Far West and beat them
with a 7:43.1 clocking in the two
mile and a 3:21.5 time in the mile.
Anchoring both teams was
sophomore Ergas Leps. In the two
mile, the Canadian yearling came
from behind to win by three yards
and in the mile he held h lead
passed onto him by Tony Seth,
winning by a yard and a half.
Michigan Coach Don Canham,
who accompanied the Wolverines
on their journey westward, had
special words of praise for Seth,
who like Lops, competed in both
Canham said, "Tony looked real
fine for the first time this season.
His :49.0 quarter in the mile re-
lay was especially good, consid-
ering that he also ran a fine leg
on the two mile relay earlier in
Successfully combining with
Seth and Lops on the two mile
team were Captain Earl Deardorff
and Dave Martin. Bryan Gibson
and Marsh Dickerson ran on the
title-winning mile relay team.
While their teammates were
competing in California, another
contingent of Michigan trackmen
journeyed to East Lansing for the
37th annual Michigan State Re-
Competing against a star-stud-
ded field, which included a full
team from Kansas' defending
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NCAA champions, the Wolverines
came through with two first places
and several impressive perform-
Winners were Big Ten indoor
champion Les Bird in the broad
jump and sophomore Steve Wil-
liams in the high jump. Versatile
Dick Cephas also had a good day,
finishing second in the 75-yard
low hurdles with an 8.6 clocking
and tying for second in the high
jump with a 6'2" effort.
Cephas also turned in a fast
:49.3 quarter on Michigan's fifth-
place mile relay team. Other mem-
bers of the team were
ling, Wally Schafer
Happy With Shot-Putters
Canham was also happy with
the performance of two of his
shot-putters, Terry Trevarthen
and Ray Locke, who finished fifth
and seventh, respectively, with
51'104" and 51'1" tosses.
Fighting their way through sev-
eral preliminary races, only to
finish sixth in the finals, were
John Gregg in the 75-yard dash
and Don Chalfant in the 300.
Next event for the Wolverines,
as they prepare for defense of
their indoor title at Columbus,
March 4 and 5, is an open meet
this Saturday at Yost Pieldhouse.
On February 27, they will once
again travel to East Lansing,
where they will meet Michigan
State in a dual meet.
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CHAMPAIGN - Ohio State all
but clinched the Big Ten basket-
ball title with a resounding 109-81
victory over Illinois last night for
its 10th straight Conference vic-
The triumph was Ohio State's
first at Illinois since 1945 and
p u 11 e d the Buckeyes, ranked
fourth nationally, within one vic-
tory of clinching at least a tie-for
the Big Ten championship.
Jerry Lucas and John Havlicek,
two of Ohio State's talented soph-
omores, led the Buckeye attack.
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Lucas scored 31 points and Hav-
licek put through 29.
Govner Vaughn turned in Il-
linois' only consistent perform-
ance and finished the game with
Ohio State shot a hot .592 from
the field. Illinois shot .407.
IOWA CITY - Wisconsin won
its first Big Ten basketball game
of the season here last night,
beating a cold Iowa team, 63-58.
The victory ended an eight-
game Conference losing streak for
Wisconsin and moved the Badgers
out of a tie with Michigan for last.
The loss was Iowa's fifth in a
row, and left the Hawkeyes with a
4-6 Conference mark.
Tom Hughbanks was high for
the Badgers with 17 points.
Iowa outrebounded Wisconsin
44 to 34 but hit only 22 of 86 field
goals for 25 per cent. Wisconsin
connected on 25 of 64 attempts
from the field for 40 per cent.
LAFAYETTE - Minnesota's
Gophers threw a four-man zone
around Purdue's Terry Disching-
er in the second half last night
and throttled the Boilermakers
71-69 in a Big Ten basketball
aDmchinger, the Big Ten scoring
leader, dumped in 17 points in the
first half, but was held to five aft-
er the intermission.
The Ann Arbor Rugby and
Cricket Club has been invited to
a spring vacation rugby tourna-
ment in Los Angeles.
The team, composed mainly of
grad students, will represent the
Big Ten in the tournament against
mainly Pacific coast teams such
as UCLA, Southern California,
Santa Ana, etc. One of their
matches will be in the Rose Bowl.
The two top ranked teams in the
tourney will be UCLA and South-
ern Cal. The USC squad boasts
such tender characters as the Mc-
Keever twins who starred for
Southern California in the past
The invitation was extended to
the local outfit by Norman Pad-
gett, president of the UCLA stu-
dent body. UCLA is the host school
for the tournament which starts
March 26 and runs till April 2.
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