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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY,
Stars in Swim
Colts Trounce Ram
For Divsion Tistle
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Butler Trounces Michigan;
Miller Hurt in 85-63 Loss
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finals in the evening, but was
timed in 1:05.5.
Other winners were Michigan
freshman John Dumont in the
440-yard freestyle, Ron Clark, 220-
yard breaststroke, Bob Webster,
springboard diving and Heinrich
in the 220-yard freestyle.
The day's most sensational
swimming was recorded by Le-
gacki. His times of :22.5 in the
50yard freestyle, :49.8 in the 00-
yard freestyle and :54.9 nthe 10-
ard butterfiy were called "sensa-
tional for the beginning of the
season" by Michigan Coach Gus
rLegacki Wins Easily
Legacki went to the lead im-
mediately in all three events, dis-
posed of most of the opposition
before the respective events were
half over and won handily in each
Following Legacki's example,
Wolf sprinted to the lead in both
backstroke event and was ac-
tually never threatened by his
teammates and strongest chal-
lengers Alex Gaxiola and John
W Phile never threatening Wolf,
Gaxiola and Smith had their own
private battle for second and third
with Gaxiola coming out on top
in each instance, even though their
times were identical in the 220
and only three - tenths seconds
apart in the 100.
Jrdan KO 'd
By The Associated Press
ASPEN, Colo.-Wallace (Buddy)
Werner, 23 years old, top per-
former on the United States ski
team, fractured his right leg in
slalom practice yesterday.
This was a stunning blow to
American hopes in the Winter
Olympics at Squaw Valley, Calif.,
next February. A doctor said Wer-
ner probably can't resume skiing
for three months.
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BUENOS AIRES - World Wel-
terweight Champion Don Jordan
of Los Angeles was, knocked out
in the fourth round of a scheduled
10-round non-title fight last night
by Argentine titleholder Federico
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MINNEAPOLIS - High scor-
ing Jack Twyman and Win Wil-
fong carried Cincinnati to a 107-
97 victory over Minneapolis last
night in a nationally televised Na-
tional Basketball Assn. game.
* * *
Russell, keeping Philadelphia's
seven-foot Wilt Chamberlain in
check, helped the Celtics to a 126-
117. victory over the Warriors last
ight and increased their lead in
the National Basketball Associa-
tion's Eastern Division.
* * *
CHICAGO - Dave Nlelson of
Delaware is the hottest name in
the rumor race fr the head foot-
ball coaching job at Illinois.
Detroit reports say the 39-year-
old strategist and former Michi-
gan baseball and football star will
be :named tomorrow to succeed
Ray Eliot, retiring after 18 years
to become the Illini's Assistant
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CHICAGO - Big Ten athletes
can participate in Olympic trials
without jeopardiing their varsity
eligibility, faculty representatives
ruled yesterday in closing the an-
nual conference business meet-
ON THE MARK - Six Michigan swimmers take their mark awaiting the gun to start the 100-yard
individual medley in last night's Michigan Swim Gala. From left to right the swimmers are:
Henry Huffaker, Steve Thrasher, Tony Tashnick, Fred Wolf, Brook Plummer and Frank Babcock.
In the individual medley Wolf
trailed Michigan Captain Tony
Tashnick after the first two
strokes, the butterfly and back-
stroke but closed the narrow mar-
gin in the breaststroke and went
ahead eventually defeating Tash-
nick by two feet..
Heinrich came from Cincinnati
with instructions from his Coach
Tom Hartlan to go all out in the
440-yard freestyle, and the chunky
Californian using an unorthodox
stroke did just that as he splashed
to his record time.
After scoring easily in the 440,
Heinrich was forced to go all out
in the 220-yard freestyle in order
to defeat Indiana freshman John
Roethke, who's late rush carried
him past Michigan's Bill Darnton
and Dick Hanley, but failed to
reach Heinrich who triumphed by
Ron Clark, Big Ten 200-yard
breaststroke champion, was fully
extended to defeat another In-
diana freshman, Chet Jastramski
in the 220-yard breaststroke.
Although able to handle the
field in this event, Clark was beat-
en by Nelson in the 100-yard
breaststroke by two feet.
In the spring board diving Wol-.
verine junior Bob Webster, who
suffered a serious head laceration
in an exhibition in the evening,
came from behind to defeat his
classmate Joe Gerlach.
Dumont swam a strong 440-
yard freestyle in the Heinrich-less
finals to defeat sophomore War-
ren Uhler by two yards in the
creditable time of 4:37.7.
The results of the meet indicate
continued success for Michigan
swimmers. The Wolverines won
nine of the ten events and none
of these were taken by seniors.
In a class break down the juniors
led the way with five firsts, five
seconds and four thirds. The
sophs were next with three wins,
a second and a third, followed by
the freshmen with two firsts and
two thirds. The seniors trailed
with four seconds and three third
440-yard freestyle (Mich. AAU)--
2) John Dumont, Ann Arbor, 2)
Warren Uhler, AA, 3) Tony Tash-
nick, AA, 4) Bill Darnton, AA, 5)
Owen Kleinschmidt, AA, 6) John
Urbanscok, AA. 4:37.7 (Swimming
In exhibition Gary Heinrich, Cin-
cinnati, set pool record of 4:27.3).
Track Ev ent
Big Ten track coaches have
added a new event to the outdoor
track program, first major change
in 20 years.
Michigan Coach Don Canham,
who attended the Conference
meetings in Chicago, gave two
reasoL for adding the 660 yard
First, there are many good mid-
dle-distance men in the Big Ten.
Second, each team carries four
quarter-milers for relays, and some
of these men have been able to
compete in no individual event.
The Big Ten is the first group
to initiate the 660 as a regular
event. The change is the first since
the javelin was dropped in 1940.
220-yard backstroke (Mich. AAU)
1) Fred Wolfe, AA, 2) Alex Gaxiola,
AA, 3) John Smith, AA, 4) Tash-
nick, AA, 5) Steve Thrasher, AA, 6)
Richard Han, AA, 2:22.9.
220-yard breaststroke (Open) -
i) RoanClark, AA, 2) Chet Jastrem-
ski, Toledo, 3) Dick Nelson, AA, 4)
Ken Ware, AA, 5) Tom Bechtal, AA,
6) Bob Clark, AA. 2:41.
100-yard. freestyle (Mich. AAU-
1) Frank Legacki, AA, 2) Carl Wool-
ley, AA, 3) Andy Morrow, AA, 4)
Brook Plummer, AA, 5) Frank Bab-
cock, AA, 6) Dave Heiser, AA. :49.8
Springboard Diving (Mich: AAU)
+-1) Bob Webster, AA, 2) Joe Ger-
lach, AA, 3) Ernie Meisner, AA, 4)
Ron Jaco, AA, 5) Tee Francis, AA,
6) Pete Cox, AA, 7) Jim Heiden-
berger, Grand Rapids. 475.35
50-yard freestyle (Open) - 1)
-Frank Legacki, AA, 2) Woolley, AA,
3) Brook Plummer, 4) John Roeth-
ke, Bloomington, Ind., 5) Jastrem-
ski, Toledo, 6) Dennis Svetzko,
Western Ontario. :22.5.
100-yard individual medley (Uni-
versity of Michigan swimmers only)
-1) Wolf, 2) Tashnick, 3) Huffaker,
4) Thrasher, 5) Babcock, 6) Plum-
100-yard backstroke (Open) - 1)
Wolfe, AA, 2) (tie), Gaxiola and
Smith, AA, 4) Thrasher, AA 5)
Shortreed, AA, 6) McMahon, AA.
100-yard breastroke - 1) Nelson,
AA, 2) R. Clark, AA, 3) Ware, AA,
4) Bechtel, AA, 5) B. Clark, AA, 6)
Cooper, AA. 1:05.5.
220-yard freestyle-1) Gary Hein-
rich, Cincinnati, 2) Roethke, Bloom.
ington, Ind., 3) Dick Hanley, AA,
4) Dumont, AA, 5) Darnton, AA, 6)
Kleinschmidt, AA. 2:07.2.
100-yard butterfly - 1) Legacki,
AA,; 2) Dave Gillanders, AA, 3)
Tashnick, AA, 4) Jastremski, Tole-
do, 5) Terry Slonaker, AA. :54.9.
Special to The Daily
INDIANAPOLIS - With in-
jured captain Terry Miller watch-
ing helplessly from the bench,
Michigan's basketball team sagged
badly in the second half and lost,
85-63, to Butler here last night.
Miller, the team playmaker and
a consistent performer on offense
and defense, went out of the game
after only two minutes when his
right ankle was injured. He did
not get back in.
It was not immediately known
how long Miller will be out of ac-
tion. He had almost recovered
completely from an operation on
his right knee last spring.
Even with Miller sidelined early,
Michigan stuck fairly close until
about midway through the second
half. At that point, the Wolverine
defense crumbled and allowed the
Bulldogs to score repeatedly on
Also contributing to the Michi-
gan collapse were numerous ball-
handling errors in the second
half. Michigan passed poorly and
at other times let Butler guards
Larry Ramey, Jim Barrack, and
Jerry Petty steal the ball away
for easy layups.
Michigan center Lovell Farris
fouled out with eight minutes left,
and this also weakened the Wol-
verines in the late stages.
But before the Wolverine disin-
tegration, it was anybody's ball
Wisconsin 85, Loyola (Chicago) 67
Indiana 80, Ohio U 68
Minnesota 59, Oklahoma 57
Detroit 84, Purdue 63
Iowa 76, Texas Tech 66
Wayne St. 65, Wash. & Jefferson 60
Columbia 93, Colgate 67
Navy 57, Princeton 47
Duke 72, South Carolina 70
St. Louis 73, Kentucky 61
Texas 94, Tulane 71
Villanova 77, Clemson 64
Toledo 81, Dayton 71
Miami (Ohio) 78, Western Mich. 71
West Virginia 104, Penn State 74
NYU 87, Lafayette 59
Kansas $0, North Carolina State 58
St. Johns of Brooklyn 77, Williamn
& Mary 65
Notre Dame 67, Air Force 52
North Carolina 68, Kansas State 5
Bradley 99, Bowling Green 72
Pittsburgh 75, Duquesne 44
SMU 86, Vanderbilt 67
Mississippi 78, Arkansas 63
Drake 78, TCU 61
Auburn 62, Florida State 58
Holy Cross 85, Yale 84
Denver 5, North Dakota 2
game. With Miller out, forward
Scott Maentz, Farris, and guard
John Tidwell took up the slack.
Tidwell Scores 27
Maentz, rapidly becomring ac-
climated to the hardwood after
performing on the gridiron this
fall, dumped in 14 points. Farris,
playing a solid first half, scored
12 points before fouling out.
Tidwell, whose mediocre shoot-
ing contributed materially to
Michigan's first two losses of the
young season, made up for it last
night by netting 10 field goals and
seven out of seven free throws for
27 points, leading all scorers.
Meanwhile, the Bulldogs, win-
ning their third game against two
losses,.offset Michigan's three-
man scoring effort with balanced
scoring of their owri.
Leads Last-Half Surge
Ramey, the ball-hawking guard,
acumulated 19 points,- seven of
them on free shots. Forward Or-
ville Bose, held to four points in
the first half, paced Butler's last-
half surge with seven fielders for
a total of 18 points. This produc-
tion was matched by Butler's out-
standing center Ken Pennington.
Michigan, enjoying a slight
height advantage, picked off
slightly more rebounds than the
Besides the re-emergence of
Tidwell as a scorer, Michigan's
other bright spot was its accuracy
from the free throw line. In the
low-fouling contest, the Wolver-
ines canned 13 of 14 foul shots,
Dick Clark missing one of his two
Having lost their first three
games, the Wolverine cagers will
try to get on the winning track
here against Tennessee on Satur-
ern Conference title of the Na-
tional Football League yesterday
but it took a 21-point blast in the
final quarter to stomp down the
Los Angeles Rams, 45-26.
The Rams played their finest if
losing game of a sad season after
coach Sid Gillman announced be-
fore the game that he was quit-
ting. The resignation was not un-
expected but the dramatic timing
did come as a surprise.
The title-bound Colts, now
headed for a game with the New
York Giants for the NFL cham-
pionship, could not be contained-
in a weird final quarter.
with 10 defeats and two victories.
The game was nationally tele-
Whereas the crowd booed the
Rams against Green Bay last Sun-
day, they cheered them yesterday
as the local idols went into the
final period with a 26-24 lead.
The lead didn't last long.
Quarterback Johnny U n i t a s
passed for the third of his three
scoring strikes to put the Colts in
Then linebacker Dick Szyman-
ski intercepted a Billy Wade pass
deep in Ram territory and romped
15 yards for another touchdown.
To wrap up their second divi-
sion title, defensive back Carl Tas-
eff, scooped pup a Ram field goal
attempt that fell short, bobbled
it, and then tooK off for 99 yards
and a final touchdown.
Taseff's run equalled an NFL
record for such a play, estab-
lished in 1951 by ex-Ram Jerry
Williams against Green Bay. The
runback was a letdown for the
Rams' field goal kicker, Lou Mi-
He had kept the club in conten-
tion all this bright afternoon with
four out of four field goal tries
until this one fell short. The ball
was held on the 39.
Mo antreal, 3-
MONTREAL -- The Detroit Red
Wings moved into second place in
the National Hockey League last
night with a 3-2 victory over the
league-leading Montreal Cana-
The Red Wings pulled in front
to stay in the second period on
two goals that Montreal goalie
Jacques Plante played poorly.
Goalie Terry Sawchuk of the
Wings was beaten once on a de-
flected shot and late in the final
period on a short rebound.
BOSTON - George (Red) Sul-
livan's five-foot shot past the
sprawled Boston goalie with less
than two minutes remaining last
night gave the New York Rangers
a 4-3 National Hockey League vic-
tory over the slipping Boston
* * *
TORONTO - Tod Sloan came
up with two of Chicago's three
third period goals last night in
leading the Chicago Black Hawks
to a 4-2 National Hockey League
victory over the Toronto Maple
Don Gourley, a forward on
the Michigan hockey team last
season, was killed in an auto-
mobile accident Thursday night
near Olds, Alberta.,
Gourley's car struck the rear
of an oil tank truck which had
stopped to let oncoming traffic
pass before making a left turna.
Gourley, 24 years old, was a
resident of Edson, Alberta.
Halftime: Butler, 38, Mich.
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