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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1960

THE MICftI~iAN DAILY ThURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1980

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IPILE PERFECT RECORD:
Wrestlers Shine in Big Ten Meets

IN MIDDLE-DISTANCES:
Leps Leads Michigan Runners

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By DAVE LYON
Associate Sports Editor
ichigan's wrestlers would just
oon have the season end right
n the basis of dual meets so
this season between the vari-
teams in the Big Ten, Michi-
comes out a winner.
he Wolverines have defeated
r Conference teams in head-to-
,d dual meets: Ohio State (24-,
Purdue (23-3), Northwestern
-5), and Iowa (14-11). Michi-
's only loss is to Penn State.
lichigan State, considered the
of roadblock to a Maize and
e-colored Big Ten crown, was

felled Monday night by Pittsburgh,
15-11. The Wolverines hung up a
17-11 verdict over Pitt.
Iowa, a Michigan victim, bumped
off Minnesota earlier this season,
17-13. Both are considered to have
a chance at the Conference cham-
pionship.
That leaves three Big Ten
squads - Indiana, Illinois, and
Wisconsin. The Badgers have been
beaten by both and many others.
MSU and Iowa include Indiana
and Illinois among their victims.
Michigan Coach Cliff Keen is
apt to discount the above rational-
ization, and wait until the Con-
ference meet here March 4-5 to

find out who will be team cham-
pion. He knows from experience
that the team that wins the dual
meets doesn't necessarily win the
Conference title.
The relative strengths of two
given teams tend to be different
in dual meets than in a Big Ten
championship meet, where eight
other teams are involved. And a
rapidly - moving squad will be
stronger at Big Ten time than
during the dual-meet season.
More than once, a Keen-coached
team has compiled unimpressive
dual-meet record, only to show its
best form in the Big Ten cham-
pionships.
From what this year's Wolverine
edition has shown, there seems to
be little room for improvement.
Keen is most likely to have his

men concentrate on conditioning
and aggressiveness in the coming
weeks before the Conference af-
fair.
Dual meets at Illinois and Indi-
ana this weekend and at Michigan
State the weekend after offer the
Wolverines a chance at a 10-1
record, which would be the best
for a Keen team since the 1951
mark of 9-0-1.f
Records this season indicate that
Michigan should win solid tri-
umphs at Illinois tomorrow night
and at Indiana Saturday.
The Michigan State encounter
Feb. 27 promises to be a tough one
for the Wolverines, but a victory
at East Lansing will definitely
stamp Michigan "the team to
beat" in the Big Ten champion-
ships.

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ERGAS LEPS
... aims at 4:06
TidweUl
Leads 'M'
John Tidwell, Michigan's junior
forward, vaulted into the top five
in Big Ten scoring this week with
27- and 28-point performances
against Indiana and Northwestern.
Tidwell's conference average
swelled to 20.4 points per game as
he eased past Indiana's huge Walt
Bellamy in the scoring race.
Against the towering Hoosiers,
Tidwell tossed in one more than
the 6'11" center who is now sixth
on the Big Ten averaging 20.3
points per contest.
Big Ten sophomores Terry Disch-
inger of Purdue and Jerry Lucas
of the league-leading Ohio State
Buckeyes continue to pace Big
Ten cagers.
Dischinger is scoring at a 28.5
per game pace while Lucas has
been sinking 26.4 points per game.
Ron Johnson of Minnesota is
fourth.-
Overall, Michigan's unorthodox
sniper has a 20.5 average, just
one-tenth of a point above his
conference mark.

By BILL PHELPS
"If he has enough determination
and is willing to go all-out, Ergas
Leps could run a 4:06 mile just
about any time now."
Those were the words of Michi-
gan track coach Don Canham con-
cerning his sophomore middle-dis-
tance man after the latter's great
job in anchoring two very good
relay teams in the Los Angeles
Times meet last weekend.
Leps first came into prominence
by winning both the half-mile and
mile events in the Ontario High
School Track and Field Cham-
pionships in June, 1958.
Later in that same summer, the
Toronto runner gained interna-
tional attention after he ran a
4:13.6 mile-one of the fastest ever
recorded by a North American
schoolboy-in an open meet at
Hamilton, Ont. Because it was an
open meet, however, the time
wasn't counted as a high school
record.
In the second effort, he was
pushed by ex-Wolverine track cap-
tain Ron Wallingford, also of
Toronto. Luckily (for Michigan)
Wallingford didn't stop pushing
until he had pretty well persuaded
Leps to come to Ann Arbor.
Leps wasn't to be hurried south,
however, until he ran 1:55.6 to
set a new Canadian high school
half-mile record.
Kelsey First
In Pig Pong
Kelsey strengthened its hold on
first place in residence hall I-M
all-year standings last night by
edging Huber, 3-2, for the table-
tennis championship.
Bruce Martin of Kelsey broke a
2-2 tie by defeating Huber's Ron
Beckman, 21-19, 9-21, 21-19, in
the deciding match.
FRATERNITY BASKETBALL "A"
Delta Kappa Epsilon 42, Alpha Kap-
pa Lambda 23
Tau Epsilon Phi 2, Triagnie 0 (for-
feit)
FRATERNITY BASKETBALL "B"
Sigma Phi Epsilon 68, Delta Chi 18
Delta Tau Delta 67, Alpha Delta
Phi 10
Tau Delta Phi 24, Delta Chi 18
Phi Kappa Tau 23, P1 Lambda Phi
21
Chi Phi 34, Sigma Nu 26
Phi Epsilon P1 32, Psi Upsilon 25
Chi Psi 28, Sigma Chi 25
Sigma Alpha Mu 35, Lambda Chii
Alpha 21
Alpha Tau Omega 40, Alpha Epsi-
lon Pi 20

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RUSHEES
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After winning the Michigan
AAU cross-country meet as a
freshman. Leps concentrated more
on the 1,000 yards, half-mile, and
440 in an effort to increase his
speed.
Last fall he moved indoors and
in February ran a very creditable
1,000 yards in the Boston Knights
of Columbus meet.
During that winter he did a lot
of weight training, "because I feel
that if I build up my shoulders
and arms they will give me more
drive."
Whether it was a result of the
weight training program, or the
inspiration of a cute new fiancee
at home, Leps started off the in-
door season' very well this winter.
In the pre-Christmas inter-squad
meet, he took the baton for the
final leg of the mile relay, made
up a six yard deficit between him-
self and speedy Marsh Dickerson,
and brough his baton home first
in the excellent indoor time of
:49.3.
Between semesters he bettered
the varsity 1,000 yards record with

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an unofficial 2:11 clocking in the
K. of C. meet at Boston.
His recent part in the double
victory at Los Angeles indicates
that he will be a potential threat
at all .distances from 440 yards
to 1,000 yards as well as the mile
in the Big Ten indoor meet.
Coach Canham admits that it
will be quite a chore trying to
fit Leps, Tony Seth, Earl Deardorff
and the tother fine middle-distance
men into the events in which they
will all have their best chances.
Leps seems to be at his best in
a race when he is just behind the
leader going into the final stretch.
Then, almost without fail, he is
outside of, even with, and then
ahead of the formers, pace-setter.
It Is probably his great facility to
be able to come from behind that
prompts Coach Canham to use
him as anchor man on the relay
teams.
In this Olympic year, Leps has
his sights set on a berth on the
Canadian track team.
"It will take lots of speed work
as wel las distance training," he
estimates, "but that trip to Rome

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