THE MICHIGAN DAILY
igan Matmen Crush Indiana, 24-6
Sextet Tops Waterloo as Al Renfr
Pulls Hat Trick in 8-6 Puck Thril
etzig Scores Sixth Straight Fall
Grapplers' Conference Triumph
Cindermen Bow to Illinois,
Meet Ohio State Saturday
Birdsall, Fancett Shine in 75-39 Defeat;
Fonville Beaten; McKenleyStars for Illini
By JIM LEWY
ed by Captain Bill Courtright,
University of Michigan wrest-
squad swamped the Univer-
of Indiana 34-6.
his victory followed Saturday's
mph over Wisconsin and set
the Wolverine chances in the
ing Conference championship
ches to be held at Northwest-
In the 121-pound class
Keller was outpointed by
ana's Herb Farrel in a
match; this was definitely Kel-
ler's finest performance of the
season.. He carried the bout to
his opponent at Mll times but was
beaten in the last period.
Johnny Allred dominated his
opponent Bob Bruner all the way
in the 128-pound tussle. Allred's
scrappy style, wore down his op-
ponent through the second period
and in the final frame, ;he pinned
his man with but nine seconds re-
Using every available hold at
his disposal, Maurice Smith, 136-
pounder, pinned Emery Deszer in
5:12. Smith dominated the match
all the way and succeeded in
working out his opponent for the'
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"MEET JOHN DOE" and
"NORTH OF THE BORDER"
Chester Morris in
"BOSTON BLACKIE AND
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Johnny Mack Brown in
George Curtis, Wolverine Mid-
dleweight, outpointed Andy Pu-
chany in an evenly contested
match. Curtis' aggressiveness was
too much for the Indiana stalwart
and the bout ended with Curtis
on the long end of the score.
Bob Betzig, sensational Michi-
gan 155-pounder, had the tough-
est fight of the season as he pin-
ned Chester Robbins former Big
Ten 136-pound title holder
This was the sixth straight fall
scored by the wiry red-head.
Captain Bill Courtright won ov-
er James Conklin by a decision in
the 165-pound class. With both
legs taped, following his knee in-
jury in the Illinois meet, the mat
captain faced .with a supple op-
ponent who possessed the skill and
stamina to go the full distance.
Hugh Mack, 175-pounder was
outpointed by light-heavy James
Wilkinson of Indiana as the Hoo-
sier carried the fight to Wilkinson
during the last half of the en-
counter and thus won the decision.
In the heavyweight division,
Michigan's Dan Dworsky over-
whelmed Dick Fisher by a 10-3
score. At the end of the match
Dworsky put on a viscious display
to end up with the decision.
By JACK MARTIN
Illinois just about settled any
lingering doubt that this year's
track team is not as strong as
last season's title-sweeping outfit
when it handed Michigan a rath-
er sound 75-39 defeat last Satur-
With the Illini lop-sided favor-
ites to capture the indoor confer-
ence championship two weeks
from now, the chief battle will
probably occur in the Wolverine-
Ohio State dog-fight for second
place. And this fact puts the
spotlight on the dual encounter
between the two schools schedul-
ed for 'Yost Field House this Sat-
Birdsall Wins Two-Mile
An Illini victory was never ser-
iously questioned after they leap-
ed away to a 23-4 lead in the
first three events. John Twomey
initiated the Champaign landslide
with a decisive victory in the
mile. He began his final spring
a full 300 yards from the finish
and broke the tape twenty yards
ahead of Michigan's Herb Barten.
Illinois' Tom Boswell and George
Walker added a one-two in the
60-yard dash, with Wolverine Jim
Merrish finishing fast for a third,
and Illinois slammed the high
hurdles. Walker ran a rapid 8.7
in the highs.
The high point of the meet for
the Wolverine thinclads came in
the two-mile run. Charley Bird-
sall, showing the old form that
carried him to the indoor title
last year, ran away from the field
to finish thirty yards in front of
Wolverine Rog Kessler in a good
9.35, a meet record.
Queller, Rehberg in Thriller
Don Queller agd Bob Rehberg
gave the record crowd of 5,125 the
afternoon's closest race in the
half-mile. Twomey set the early
pace, but a little past the quar-
ter mark Queller took over, and
going into the final lap Rehberg
moved in just behind him. The
Illini ace stuck to Queller's heels
down the far straight-way, and
then made his move coming off
the last turn. The two sprinted
neck and neck the final 70 yards,
with Rehberg pulling inches ahead
at the tape. The time was 1:55.8.
Bob Fancett provided a pleasant
surprise for Michigan when he
soared to a 23 ft. 81/ in. leap to
capture the broad jump. He
broke the meet record, set in 1944
by Buddy Young. The broad jump
triumph and Birdsall's two-mile
victory were Michigan's lone first
Barten, Michigan's middle dis-
tance work-horse who can run
anything from the 440 to the mile,
also turned in an outstandig pen-
formance. After taking second in
the mile with a time of 4:20, he
anchored the mile relay quartet
and gave the famed Herb McKen-
ley a run for his money. Barten
took the baton three yards ahead
of the flying Jamaican, and man-
aged to hold the world record-
holder for the first straight-way.
Then M]cKenley spurted ahead to
a five yard lead. However, Bar-
ten clung to him and matched him
stride for stride the rest of the
way, recording a 49.9 quarter.
A surprise came in the shot put,
when Illinois' Norm Wasser up-
set Charley Fonville. Wasser, a
transfer from NYU, shoved the
iron ball 53 ft. 71/2 in. while Fon-
ville had a relatively bad day with
52 ft. 6 in. topping his throws.
Pete Dendrinos achieved his best
competitive performance with a
48 ft. 1 in. third place.
Rifle Squad Faces
Michigan's rifle squad steams
into action against Purdue, Chi-
cago, and Carnegie Tech tonight
on the ROTC range.
The firing will take place on
each team's home campus, and the
results will be wired into the West-
ern Conference Headquarters.
By CHUCK LEWIS
Coming from behin~d to garner
their 12th victory of the season,
Michigan outscored the Waterioo
Hockey Club, 8-6, before a capacity
crowd last Saturday night at the
Al Renfrew pulled the hat trick
and added two assists to lead the
pucksters along the triumph trail.
Bill Jacobson, who was recovering
from a groin injury suffered in
the Minnesota series the previous
week, scored two markers and
made an assist to take number
two honors in the scoring depart-
Balestri Missed Game
The contest, which saw the
count deadlocked on four differ-
ent occasions was characterized
by offensive rushes by both sides
with the defensive work a bit
sloppy as compared with the pre-
vious showings of the Michigan
Missed from the tilt because of
family illness at home was George
Balestri. This necessitated the
movin gof Herb Upton back to the
rear guard .as well as his playing
the right wing spot on the start-
BOX CHICKEN 60c
Open 10 A.M. to 1 A.M,
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Sam Steadman. Bob Marshall and wing, and Gordy MviMilla]
Captain Connie Hill bore the' left wing on this coinbi.
brunt of the defensive work with srtg rvdt ee$
this trio accounted for fiv
There was but one penalty, Hill's Wolverines' goals.
two-minute stint for illegal body The second period w.
checking, in the first two periods, productive in scoring, as s:
Butsec ers four of which were a
by referee Ace Lee in the finalers for by Michigan, denied t
stanza Twice during this period The pucisters are pr
there were but "three men on each
squad playing plus the goalies due for the contest with the
to the, excessive penalties. Spitfires in the Canadian
C iSaturday. The Maize a
Coach- Vic Heyliger shifted his defeated the Ontario squ,
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WANTED TO BUY
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For further information, please send
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LOST AND FOUND,
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Gold with two diamonds. Lost be-
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Hall Tuesday night. Reward. Call
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Front of Angell Hall, Feb. 11 Senti-
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LOST: Silver Ronson whirlwind lighter.
Engraved R. M. R. Sentimental value.
Call Dick Rosenbloom, 2-1600. )56
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Chemistry or Natural Science Build-
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LAW STUDENT veteran and wife de-
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NEW CAPTAIN - ,Charlie
Birdsall, Michigan's Confer-
enetwo =mile champ, has
been elected captain of .the
track team, succeeding Hugh
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Stiprunowicz was high man for
the night with 16 points while
Green got 12 and Ken Menke 11
for Illinois. All told the Orange
and Blue fired 74 shots at the bas-
ket but connected on only 15 of
them for a poor 168 average.
Michigan was even worse with a
.159 average on 11 baskets in 58
tries. What the teams lacked from
the floor they made up at the
foul line with Illinois hitting on 15
out of 20 tries and the Wolverines
getting 14 for 22.
Since the Wisconsin-Purdue
game was cancelled, Illinois now
finds itself a half game out of first
place in a title mix-up that will
likely go down to the wire for set-
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sored by the Graduate Outing
Club, 7:45 p.m., Lounge of the
Women's Athletic. Bldg. Every-
one is invited. A small fee will
Myda: 7:30 p.m., Union. Elec-
tions for officers of the coming
semester and plans for the sem-
ester will be made. All interested
persons are invited.
La Pite Causette: 3:30 p.m.,
Grill Room, Michigan League.
Polonia Club: 7:30 pm., Inter-
national Center. Social program
for semester will be outlined.
Former members and prospective
members welcome. Refreshments
ContinuOu from 1 P.M.
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