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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, .1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17,1959

'rackmen To Pair Off Today for Season;
rtrasquad Meet Serves as Top Warm-Up

Freshmen-Seniors Remain Triumphant;
Top Sophomores-Juniors in Gymnastics

By BILL PHELPS
Tonight the track team will
have its annual pre-Christmas in-
tra-squad track meet in Yost Field
House starting at 7:15.
Every year since he took over
the -coaching reins from Ken Do-
I-M Finals
SAE took five firsts last night
to capture the I-M swimming
crown from Phi Gamma Delta
for social fraternities.
The SAE's, besides copping
all the events, also broke the
local record in the 100-yard
medley relay. Bill Neiman, Jim'
Boylan, Mike Martin and Tom
Krause combined to swim the
event in 0:44, breaking the old
record by two seconds.
Also, Martin took the 50-
yard freestyle, while Neiman
won the 25-yard freestyle and
Boylan the 25-yard backstroke.
Mike Hiniker took the 25-
yard breaststroke.'

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herty in 1949, Don Canham has
set up the meet in order for his
charges to have a taste of formal
competition before the holidays.
In most sports, one last bit of
work like this would not be too
enjoyable. However, i n d i c a t e d
Canham, the track team practices
so long without being under the
high tension of constant compe-
tition, that the fellows get to know
each other quite well and they
really enojy competing against
each other.
It's a morale-booster as well as
a tune-up.
Roommates Compete
For instance, one of the feature
events, of the evening - the mile
relay - will have two roommates
running on opposing teams. Ergas
Leps will anchor the sophomore
team, while Tom Robinson will
carry the baton for the juniors.
This kind of friendly rivalry is re-
laxed but keen.
Keeping in mind that a runner
does best when relaxed, one must
realize that there is a substantial
chance that a new record might
be set.
Speaking of Tony Seth, Canham
said, "He's in good enougl shape
to set a new field house record in
the 600-yard run."
Bahama Bullet
Tom Robinson - the "Bahama
Bullet" - ran a 0:06.2 60-yard
dash in this meet last year and
with speedy John Gregg and Dick
Cephas chasing him, he might

very well equal the Big Ten rec-
ord of 0:06.1.
Cephas has unofficially bettered
the field house record in the 65-
yard high hurdles in practice this
fail and is hoping for an official-
ly tabulated record time tonight.
May Break Record
Also, he has a chance of break-
ing the present varsity indoor
high jump record of 6'7% ". Ce-
phas was still clearing each height
when the event was stopped at
6'61/2" in trials last Saturday.
The rather unique 3/4-mile dis-
tance is being run to provide more
action for the many excellent
middle distance runners on the
team. Favored are Ergas Leps, a
4:13.6 miler in high school, and
Dave Martin, who was second in
the Big Ten mile last year. This
should prove to be one of the most
exciting events of the evening.
INCLUDES TOURNEY:

By CLIFF MARKS
Although several of last night's=
planned attractions didn't ma-
terialize, the freshmen and senior
gymnasts repeated their intra-
squad victory of two weeks agol
over the outmanned sophomores
and juniors, this time by the
score of 621-492 in the I-M gym.
Junior flash Rich Montpetit was
the shining light of the evening
with three firsts and a second, de-
spite performing with a badly
bruised heel. He is wearing a plas-
tic cast on the injury which oc-
curred at Chicago in the Midwest
Open, Dec. 5.
Even his showing couldn't over-
come the depth of the winners,
who outnumbered their opponent,
11-5.
Another casualty from the mid-
west meet, Al Stall, also overcame

his handicap (a hand with the Brown to do his new double back-
skin ripped off) to capture a first, ward somersault might have dis-
second and a fourth. His victory appointed somewhat the good
turnout of loyal gymnastics fans.
was in the side horse, while Mont- Aother sophomore, Tom Os-
petit won the high bar, parallel terland, won the trampoline event,
bars, and still rings, but his partner, soph Tom Fran-
The evening was marred by the cis, who tied with him for third
absence of talented, pretty Caro- in the Midwest Open, was not
lyn Osborne who was unable to there,
compete due to flu. This,, coupled Little Gil LaRose continued his
with the failure of tumbler Jim fine showing as he took first in

free exercise for the freshmen,
edging out senior Wolf Dozauer.
One event of the evening which
did come off as scheduled was the
demonstration of Olympic rou-
tines in the side horse. The team
members showed the fans how
hard those tricks are, and Loken
said he will be taking some of his
squad to the National Gymnastics
Clinic in Sarasota, Fla., from Dec.
26-31.

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Squads To Play During Vacation

SPORT SHORTS:
Bills Hire
Ramsey
BUFFALO W - Garrard "Bus-
ter" Ramsey, defensive coach of
the Detroit Lions, yesterday be-
came the new American Football
League's first coach as he was
named to head the staff of the
Buffalo Bills.
The appointment was announced;
by owner Ralph C. Wilson Jr. of
Detroit.
Ramsey, a former All America
guard at William and Mary, has
spent 14 seasons as a player and
assistant coach in the National
Football League.
Terms of his three-year contract
with the Bills were not learned.
* * *
CHICAGO (A') - The Chicago
Cubs purchased pitcher Steve
Ridzik, a right-hander, from Fort
Worth of the American Assn. yes-
terday.
Ridzik, 30, had a 15-8 record
and a 2.74 earned run average with
Fort ┬░Worth last season. He previ-
ously has played with Philadel-
phia, Cincinnati and New York in
the National League and with
Cleveland in the American.

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SCORES

COLLEGE SCORES
Furman 62, Davidson 60
Citadel 89, Morris Harvey 68
Mount Union 68, Denison 56
Villanova 68, N. Carolina State 56
Alma 77, Central Michigan 74
Defiance 91, Findlay 66
Cornell 74, Columbia 70
George Washington 75, Wake For-
est 55
Yale 81, Brown 63
Bradley 74, , Fordham 54
Harvard 53, Northwestern 52
Holy Cross 78, Amherst 45
Toledo 78, Western Michigan 61
Steubenville 66, St. Francis (Pa.) 56
Lehigh 70, Bucknell 69
St. Louis 65, Providence 61
Quantico 68, St. Mary's 63
NBA
Philadelphia 114, Cincinnati 105
St. Louis 107, Detroit 106
Syracuse 116, New York 113
NHL
Chicago 4, Boston S

By BUZ STEINBERG
While campus activity will be
dormant for the next two weeks;
the same cannot be applied to
Michigan's athletes, who will be
scurrying over the country to
compete in their respective sports.
The basketball team, although
playing three of its. four contests
at home, nevertheless will travel
more than 4,000 miles. After open-
ing vacation competition against
Tennessee this Saturday and fac-
ing Denver the following Monday,
the Wolverine cagers will sweep
across the country to pair off
against UCLA in the Los Angeles
Invitational Tourney, Dec. 28, 29
and 30.,
Michigan will return home to
meet Miami on Jan. 2.
Other midwest teams invited to
the far west tourney are Illinois,
Northwestern and West Virginia.
Seeded Second
But the Mountaineers will be
seeded second to the Golden Bears
of California, who were also one
of the top teams in the country
last year.
Besides UCLA and California,
Southern Cal and Stanford will
also compete as far western par-
ticipants.
Whether win or lose, each en-

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