THE MICHIGAN DlAILY
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Panthers Top Wolverines in
Pitt Five Leads Throughout Game;
Guards Tidwell, Miller Pace Scoring
Freshmen-Seniors Win in Gym Meet
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year and also one of the best
shots on this year's team, was the
top scorer for the Wloverines with
16 points. Last year Tidwell aver-
aged 19.3 points per game.
His points in last night's game
came on four field goals and
eight free throws. Tidwell played
a fair game, but was not up to
his usual standard.
Miller Cages 13
Next in scoring for the Wolver-
ines was guard Terry Miller with
13 points. He tossed in six field
goals and one free throw. Miller,
By CLIFF MARKS
team captain and a fine play-
maker, also played only a fair
game for Michigan.
Also looking fairly good was
sophomore varsity football letter-
winner Scott Maentz. He was
third highest in scoring for the!
Wolverines with 10 points on four
field goals and two free throws.
Maentz, a forward, was a stand-
out player for last year's frosh
squad and should add to Michi-
gan's varsity strength for com-
Othere scorers for Michigan
were 6'3" center Lovell Farris
with seven points on one field goal
and five free throws; Dick Clark'
with six points on two field goals
and two free throws; Rich Robins
with three points; and Dick Don-
ley had two.
Donley, a 6'5" junior, alternat-'
ed on and off with Maentz
throughout the game.
Last night was the first time
in three seasons that Pittsburgh
opened its season with a victory.
Last year the Panthers lost to the
Wolverines in the opener and had
a season record of 10-14.
Pitt Guard Stars
Most outstanding for the Pan-
thers and top scorer in the game
was guard Dick Falinski. He hit
for a total of 23 points on eight
field goals and seven free throws.
Another Panther standout was
forward Dill Mauro. His fast
break pulled Pittsburgh out of
trouble various times in the game.
Mauro scored 13 points on three
field goals and seven foul shots.
On Saturday night, the Wolver-
ines will make their home debut
against Drake University.
AT ANN ARBOR HIGH:
Trotters, Tennis Stars
Play Here Tomorrow
By FRED STEENHARDT
The world-famous Harlem
Globetrotters, reknowned for their
ability to combine basketball skill
with crowd-pleasing comedy, will
appear at the Ann Arbor. High
School gym tomorrow at 8 p.m.
A tennis match between Althea
Gibson and Karol Fageros will
precede the game. In addition,
several entertainment acts are
scheduled for halftime.
Providing the opposition for the
Trotters, a leading basketball at-
traction for over 30 years, will be
the San Francisco All-Nations.
By The Associated Press
HOUSTON,- Aging Joe Brown
kept his World's Lightweight
Championship again last night as
his fists slashed stubby British'
challenger Dave Charnley about
the eyes, forcing a halt in their
battle after five rounds.
It was Brown's eighth defense
of the crown.
Brown, the Baton Rouge, La.,
Negro who has held the title for
more than three years, was lead-
ing the Englishman on points'
when the end came. Just before
the fifth round was over Brown
lashed out with a left hook that
opened a deep cut over Charnley's
Charnley weathered the round
although staggering and stumbled
to his corner. While his handlers
worked over the deeply bleeding
cut, referee Jimmy Webb of Hous-
ton raised Brown's hand and
called the fight at an end.
It was obvious that Brown was
going to win the scheduled 15-
round bout anyway. He had car-
ried every round on all except one
In the second round Brown's
flicking left - and his 3%/2-inch
reach advantage was the big point
in this fight - had opened a
slight cut under Charnley's right
eye. In the third Brown had
swariped the little man from Brit-
ain. But Charnley gave indica-
tions of a comeback in the fourth.
The Globetrotters have won
6,525 games and lost but 303 in
the last 32 years. This season they
are led by Meadowlark Lemon
and Bobby ("Showboat") Hall and
backed up by dribbling artist,
Roman Turmon. Clarence Wilson,
Tex Harrison, J. C. Gipson, Bobby
Milton and Ed Burton complete
the veteran supporting cast.
Michigan fans might recall Bur-
ton, an all-stater in high school
and brother of M. C., last season's
Wolverine basketball captain.
Along with Gipson and rookie
prospect Joe Buckhalter, Burton
is the tallest Trotter at 6'8".
Miss Gibson, who won both the
Wimbledon and United States Na-
tional titles in 1958 was the world's
leading woman amateur before
joining the Trotter tour. Miss Fa-
geros, long an, outstanding ama-
teur, has been highly publicized
because of her controversial gold
The halftime show will include
a table tennis match between two
world champions, Richard Berg-
mann of England and Norikazu
("Cannonball") Fujii of Japan.
Kimi Yokoi, Japan's "balerina of
the Bicycle" and the Carmenas
Duo, an equilibrium act, will also
be featured between halves.
Tickets for the game are on sale
at Moe's Sport Shop, 711 N. Uni-
versity; Rayment Radio, 1304 S.
University; the Ann Arbor High
School athletic office; and from
4-6 p.m. today at the Michigan
Oklahoma 76, Texas Western 58
Texas Wesleyan 63, Sam Houston
Loyoia 71, Florida State 64
Mississippi State 66, Troy State
Villanova 66, Princeton 46
Seton Hail 84, Toronto 47
Cornell 60, Buffalo 53
Pa. 63, Washington & Jefferson 44
Florida 76, Tampa 63
Xavier (Cincinnati) 92, Marian 40
Dayton 80, Central State 51
Yale 84, Springfield 62
Central Michigan 73, Alma 45
LaSalle 76, Millersville 60
Navy 48, Western Kentucky 47
Cincinnati 135, NewYork 118,
Syracuse 130, St. Louis 121
Chicago 2, Boston 2 (tie)
Toronto 1, Montreal 0
START OF AN UNEASY SEASON-If Michigan's 73-57 loss to
little-regarded Pittsburgh last night is any indication, Wolverine
Coach Bill Perigo will be scowling a lot more before the season
is over. Lack of height took its toll in the Wolverine's 1959-60
Coaches Give Numerals
To 55 Grid Freshmen
Senior gymnasts Wolfgang Do-
zauer and All Stall combined with
freshman Gil LaRose to lead their
respective classes to a 62-40 win
over the sophomores and Juniors
last night in the I-M auxiliary
A surprisingly sizable week
night crowd saw Dozauer capture
the all-around title with both
Stall and LaRose giving similarly
Dozauer's first, second, and
three thirds could not match the
flashy brilliance of junior Rich
Montpetit who captured firsts in
free exercise, side horse, and still
rings although faltering in the
high bar and parallel bars events.
Stall's showing consisted of two
seconds, a third and a fourth
while LaRose, a tiny yearling gar-
nered a second, two thirds and a
fourth. "He gave a stimulating
performance," said Coach Newt
LaRose's runner-up finish came
in the parallel bars which was Do-
zauer's only victory. The former
also gained a second in the long
horse event, which counts in the
all-around standings only. Mont-
petit also won that.
A high spot in the evening's ac-
tion was junior Barry Feinberg's
victory in the high bar by a one
point margin over Stall who did
a difficult double-flyaway. Loken
said Feinberg's 93 out of 100.
points was his highest in three
years at Michigan.
The other firsts were captured
by junior Jim Brown in tumbling,
edging out senior captain Bill
Skinner, and sophomore Tom
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near Michigan Theatre
Stager Possible Candidate
For Olympic Swim, Post
Francis, who won by default in
the trampoline. Francis' freshman
opponent, Mark Ernberg, was un-
able to compete as were two oth-
ers, sophs Tom Osterland and Ron
Munn. The latter will not be eli-
gible for varsity action until the
By virtue of his steadiness Do-
zauer was the night's top point-
getter with 19, Montpetit was sec-
ond with 18 (his three firsts),
while Stall had 13 and LaRose 12.
Another freshman who showed
well was John Buss with a second
in free exercise and a fourth in
tumbling. Jim Hynds, also a
rookie, contributed a fourth and
fifth to the winners' total and
classmate Barry Spicer added a
third in tumbling.
Loken singled out Stu Bradley
for special praise. He competed in
free exercise although Just recent-
ly recovered from double pneu-
monia. "He did a fine job with
only one week of practice," said
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Michigan Swimming Coach Gus
Stager is reported to be one of the
four candidates for the position of
head swimming coach of the 1960
United States Olympic team.
The United States Olympic
swimming committee will meet in
Miami Beach tomorrow at which
time they will name a coach as
well as naming a site for the team
Detroit is given a good chance
of being picked as the site for the
Stager will not attend the meet-
ing in Florida.
According to Clarence Pinkston
of the Detroit Athletic Club and
the city's representative - to the
Miami Beach meetings, Tom Hay-
Go On Sale
Hockey tickets for students and
holders of athletic cards at 60
cents apiece will go on sale to-
morrow morning at the Athletic
Administration Building, Ticket
Manager Don Weir has announced.
Michigan hosts Colorado Col-
lege tomorrow and Saturday eve-
nings at the Coliseum.
General admission tickets
($1.00) and reserved seat tickets
($1.50) will also be on sale at the
Administration Building, open
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday and 8:30-12 noon
All tickets also may be pur-
chased at the Coliseum box office.
The Coliseum doors open at 6:30
p.m. both nights and game time
is 8:00 p.m.
The above ticket policy will, be
followed throughout the hockey
season, Weir said.
Michigan football coach Bump
Elliott should have some substan-
tial sophomore help to supplement
his 31 returning lettermen for the
1960 grid campaign.
Fifty-five freshmen have been
named to receive numerals by
freshmen coach Don Dufek.
Numeral winners are:
Dave Anderson, Shelbyville, Ill.;
Mike Agee, Farmington; Dick Asel,
Bay City; John Atchison, Cen-'
tralia, Ill.; Gary Bryce, Royal
Oak; Bob Chandler, LaGrange,
Ill.; Frank Clappison, Farming-
ton; Chuck Collins, Grand Rapids;
Jon Conklin, Midland; Dave Con-
rad, Plymouth; Jerry Cowan, La-
Salle; Tom Crawford, Plymouth;
Tom Davis, Coopersville; Edward
Doran, Detroit; Clifton Dunnegan,
Winston Salem, N.C.
Additional winners are Robert
Eaton, Selfridge AFB; Doug Eg-
gleston, Grand Rapids; Bob Filar,
Southfield; Bill Freehan, Royal
Oak; James Gallagher, Chicago;
Ralph Gesler, Ann Arbor; George
Ginger, Detroit; Dave Glinka, To-
ledo; Ralph Griesser, Cincinnati;
Bill Hamilton, Cincinnati; Samuel
Hazleton, Delmar, N.Y.; Ed Hood,
nie of Stanford has the inside
track for the job.
The other candidates for the
job besides Haynie and Stager are
Dave Armbruster of Iowa and Jim
Counsilman of Indiana.
Stager is a candidate largely as
a result of the great showings
Michigan teams have made since
he took over for Matt Mann, who
coached the 1952 Olympians, the
most successful in U.S. Olympic
The Wolverines under Stager's
guidance have won the last three
National Collegiate Championships
and last year broke every team
point record on the books of the
Detroit; William Hooth, Grosse
Piinte; John Houtman, Adrian;
Anthony Ippolito, Tinley Park, Ill.;
Sylvin Jankowski, Detroit; William
Kerr, Royal Oak; Ron Kocan,
Sharon Pa.; John Kowalik, De-
troit; Nick Kriska, Akron, O.;
Thomas Laszynski, Dowagiac; Ron
Lauterbach, Cincinnati; Albert
Leader, Bloomfield Hills; Jack
Lehr, Cincinnati; John Lucadam,
Keego Harbor; James McCann,
Birmingham; John McKenzie,
Wayne; John Minko, Connelsville,
Pa.; and William Noles, Oxford.
Completing the list are Stanley
Novak, Lyons; Joe O'Donnell, Mi-
lan; Mitchell Phillips, Detroit; Bob
Picard, Menominee; Robert Ple-
sha, McCook, Ill.; Dave Raimey,
Dayton; Richard Schram, Jack-
son; Jack Strobel, Chicago; Dick
Szymanski, Toledo; Jim Ward,
Imlay City and Mike Westley,
Dufek appraised the group as
"fairly sound, better than aver-
age perhaps, but with few stand-
In the freshman game the even-
ly divided squad played to a 19-19
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