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Curt, Wilson Take Titles
The Start of Brant f ord's Woes
Sa Disi(fualied; Reichert Is Beaten
i S milinals; Greene, Oberly Take Seconds
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pounds, while Johnny Greene and
Lowel Obr took seconds.
Th Wolverines started off the pre-
liminaries with a bang and qualified
every man for the semi-final events,
getting five points for team score
whn owell Oberly, Ueorge Curtis,
Jim, Geier, John Greene and John
King sorecd falls over their oppo-
In the semi-final matches Oberly,
of Michigan decisioned Wayne Brock
of Minnesota 8-3 to go into the finals,
but Dan Nettesheim, Purdue, who
was runner-up in the 136-pound title
last year, scored a fall over Chip
Warrick of the Wolverines. How-
ever, Warrick wrestled in a consola-
ion bout, held to determine third
and fourth places, and he came in
George Curtis then beat Art Aerne
of Purdue, who has been undefeated
all year, 8-6, being the second Wol-
verine to qualify for the finals. Team-
mate Hugh Wilson, 155-pounder,
then followed suit and scored 4-1 de-
cision over Seymour Wile of Ohio
State to go into the finals against
Joe Wilson, only veteran from Indi-
Jim Galles and Bob Reichert, the
only undefeated men on the Michigan
squad, were both beaten in the semi-
finals. Reichert, 121-pounder, was
decisioned by George Delong from
Illinois and did not place at all, while
Golles lost on a fall when the referee"
ruled that he used an illegal body
slam, injuring his opponent, Roddy'
Lister of Minnesota. This decision
was met with -disapproval of fans and
was considered one of the worst and,
most dastardly decisions made by a
referee. The main contention arose;
out of referee's raising two fingers
and giving Galles two points for a
takedown until he saw the pained
expression on the face of the Minne-
sota grappler. Once a decision has
been made, there can be no change,
Galles came back to win third place
in consolation match, and Johnny
Greene won an 8-0 decision from Joe
Wile of Purdue, being last Michigan'
man to enter finals.
-Daily Photo by Cpl. Robert Lewin, Co. A, 3651st S.U.
...wing on Coach Eddie Lowrey's first line, who scored the first
Michigan goal in the 10-8 win over Brantford last night.
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300 yard medley relay-Won by,
Michigan (Gordon Pulford, Heinir
Kessler, Ace Cory); second, North-.
western; third, Minnesota; fourth,'
Purdue; fifth, Wisconsin. Time,
220 yard free style-won by Keo'
Nakama, Ohio State; second, Pauli
Maloney, Michigan; third, William
Porter, Purdue; fourth, Achilles Pu-:
lakos, Michigan; fifth, Hubert Nor-,
man, Iowa. Time, 2:13.
50 yard free style-Won by Merton;
Church, Michigan; second, CharlesI
Fries, Michigan; third, James Gam-
ble, Northwestern; fourth, Harry
Ahlquist, Northwestern; fifth, James
McCaskill, Northwestern. Time :23.7.
Fancy Diving- Won by Ronnie
Trumble, Northwestern, 358.4 points;
second, Vern Ruotsalainen, Minne-
sota 343.2; third. Robert Stone, Ohio
State, 327.2; fourth, Tom Gunderson,
Northwestern, 283.9; fifth Paul Bow-
er, Purdue, 268.3.
100-Yard Freestyle - Won by
Charles Fries, Michigan; second,
Mert Church, Michigan; third, Achil-
les Pulakos, Michigan; fourth, Ace
Cory, Michigan; fifth, Don Fraser,
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Up 72 Points
In Easy Victory
Relay Teams, Fries,
Church, Kessler Cop
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ond with 42 points, and they were
paced by Bob Tribble, John Walsh,
and James Gamble. Minnesota fin-
ished third with 18 points and Pur-
due was fourth with 17.
Keo Nakama, brilliant Hawaiian
free style sfimmer from Ohio State,
who holds the records in the 220 and
440 yard free styles, and Merton
Church of Michigan, Big Ten cham-
pion in the 50 yard dash were the on-
ly two 1043 champions to return and
retain their titles, although not
breaking any records.
Paul Maloney, National AAU out-
door champion and Achilles Pulakos
picked up second and fourth places,
respectively, in the 220, to garner a
few points for the Wolverines, while
Heinie Kessler, favorite in the 200
yard breast stroke, nosed out Jim
Walsh of Northwestern and Edwin
Robb of Minnesota, as he churned
the water in 2:34.3.
Chuck Fries came in second to
Mert Church in the 50 yard sprint,
winning the 100 yard free style event,
which was completely dominated by
Michigan as Church, Pulakos and
Ace Cory followed Fries in that order.
Michigan's quartet of Church, Cor-
y, Pulakos, and Fries won the 400
yard relay in 3:35.5. The Wolverines
300 yard medley relay team, com-
posed of Pulakos, Kessler, and Cory
ayso won in 3:05.4, which was shy of
the Big Ten record Michigan holds in
this relay. ,
Wildcat Bob Tribble, who is un-
defeated this year, wo nthe back-
stroke event, and was trailed by
Michigan's Bill Cooley and John Mc-
Carthy, who also picked up a third
in the quarter-mile behind teammate
The fancy diving was won by Ron-
nie Trumble of Northwestern with
Vern Ruotsalainer of Minnesota and
Bob Stone of Ohio State in second
and third positions.G
CoachdMatt Mann's charges were
so jubilant after they had retained
their Big Ten title that they threw
Mann into the turbulent waters, in
true Michigan style. -
3651st S.U. Beats Custer
Paced by high scoring Keith Oliv
er who scored 17 points and Ralph
Davis who chalked up 15, both of
Company E, the 3651st Service Unit
team trounced the Fort Custer squad
by a score of 73-45 here last night.
After a nip and tuck first few min-
utes of play the Service Unit team
went out front and scored 41 points to
Fort Custers 25 inthe first half.
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FINALS start tomorrow.
That fact may not make
this week the most import-
ant one of the year, but it
certainly makes it, one of
the more decisive. And
one of the more disagree-
able. Various suggestions
were made, as usual, about
the most efficient means of
preparing for the examina-
tions. Many a coed appear-
ed to hold the belief that
a good movie is most con-
ducive to "that needed re-
laxation." Most language
professors advocated "a
good night's sleep." But
judging from the popular-
ity of the libraries and the
lights seen burning far into
the night, the vast major-
ity of students are appar-
ently sticking to the old
system-last minute cram-
were held yesterday. 489
token degrees were given to
the mid-year graduating
seniors. These degrees were
used because the graduates,
like other students, must
take examinations next
maudant pf Army forces
sa tioned here ... The mu-
sical background was pro-
vided by Palmer Christian,
University organist, and
lm din Van Deursen of the
Scool of Music directed a
Marine choir which sang
"Mater Michigan."... Prof.
Glenn L. Alt, Chief Mar-
she1 directed all range-
ments for the program.
WAR BONDS were sold
iier in an amount large
enough to oversubscribe
quota set for the Uni-
v )iIy by a wide margin.
The goal was $160.000; to-
ual sales reached $185,836
in cash. A week ago the
sales had reached only
$149,000. So last week the
"bond belles" worked a lit-
tle harder, several campus
organizations turned in last
minute orders and the Uni-
versity bond drive went ov-
er the top ... The Judge
Advocate General's School
has the highest record of
all other Army units on
ca mpus with a total of
$32,;18.75 .. .Washtenaw
County bought $8,483,518
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