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agers Bow
Gophers' Early Scoring
Enough To Defeat Cagers



W restlers, Puckmen


C -

Michigan Wrestlers Vanquish
Ohio U., 17-9, n Initial Match



Suprunowicz F 2 5 4 9
McCaslin F 2 1 3 5
Roberts C 1 3 5.5
Itarrison G 3 0 2 6
P. Elliott G 0 2 1.2
Mikulich G 1 0 0 2
MorrilliF 2 3 4 7
Wishmewski F 0 1 0 1
C. Elliott 0 0 1 0
TOTAL 11 15 20 37
GrantF 1 2 4 4
Young F 4 1 2 9
McIntyi-e 3 5 4 11
Kerman G 7 1 3 15
Brewster G 2 1 3 5
Salovlch 2 0 2 0
Gililand 0 0 0 0
TOTALS 19 10 19 49
Free Throws Missed: Michigan
-Suprunowicz 2, McCaslin 2
Roberts. Minnesota - Grant, Mc-
Intyre 2, Young, Kernan, Salovich,
* * *
Continued from Page 1)
Salovich and McIntyre put Min-
nesota back in the scoring for
three points, but again Michigan
surged back strong. They trailed
by only five points at 40-35 after
Harrison, Suprunowicz, Wisniew-
ski and Mikulich had tallied.
the cool, determined Gophers
then took complete charge' of the
contest. McIntyre, Kernan, and
Salovich came through with eight
points against a single field goal'
by McCaslin to close out the game
at 48-37.
Morrill Hits for Michigan;.
Hal Morrill who had just en-
tered the game intervened with
a field goal for Michigan, but Ker-
nan popped two short tries in a
row and Minnesota led at 22-8.
owicz, and Morrill picking up six
consecutive markers. Young broke
it up with a circus shot, but Pete
Elliott and Suprunowicz brought
Michigan's total to 16. Jack
Young's charity toss, the 25th for

Minnesota, ended the first half
The Wolverines made their best
scoring spurt of the first half at
this point, with Roberts, Suprun-
Fazio Leads
Crosby Open

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif., Jan.
-(RP)-Slender George Fazio


Los Angeles took over temporary
leadership among the professionals
in the 54-hole $10,000 Bing Crosby
Pro-Amateur Golf Tournament to-
day, racking up a two-round total
of 138.
He had a 70, one under par for
the picturesque Monterey Penin-,
sula Club course to go with his 681
made on the Cypress Point layout
Fazio snatched the lead from
dapper Lloyd Mangrum, U. S. Open
Champion from Chicago, who fired
a swell 68 today for a 36 hole total
of 140.
Mangrum hitting the ball
straight and strong, took the Mon-
terey layout to pieces with a 35-33,
three under par. The course plays
to a 35-36-71 par.
Central Michigan
Defeats Broncos
MT. PLEASANT, Mich., Jan. 11j
-(AP)-Central Michigan College
tonight upset Western Michigan's
Broncos 49-42.
Tonight's loss gives Western two
defeats against nine wins this sea-
son. Ceritral's record now is eight
and four.
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Courtright Pins Puhal;
Dworsky Clinches Win
Michigan's varsity wrestlers ov-
erpowered Ohio University 17 to
9 last night at the Yost Field
in their season's debut.
The Ohioans offered quite a
threat throughout the first half
of the evening but the Wolverines
assumed control after the 155-
pound match andretained it for
the rest of the meet.
Stack Wins for Ohio
Loren Dean appeared for Michi-
gan in the 121-pound match. Dean
led briefly in the second period
but his experienced opponent Dick
Stack proved too much for him
and won the decision 9 to 3. Ohio
assumed a 3-0 lead at this point.
A returning letterman from last
season, John Allred wrestled for
the Maize and Blue at 128 pounds
against Jim Spencer of Ohio. All-
red fought a very close match to
outpoint his adversary 11 to 6 to
add three points to his team's
scoring, knottingit up at three all.
Smith Cops Decision
Michigan's Maurice Smith took
the offensive early in the 136-
pound clash against Ohio's Tom
Morgan and maintained the upper
hand throughout the match.
"Smitty"- outclassed his opponent
15 to 7 and pushed the Wolver-
ines into a 6-3 lead.
Wolverine Phil Carlson grappled
with John Kulazinka of Ohio in
the 145-pound match which turn-
ed out to be the closest contest
of the evening. Both men had
four points at the end of the final
period but Kulazinka led on rid-
ing time and won the decision
5-4 tieing the team score again
at six all.
Michigan's Bob Betzig turned in
a beautiful performance in defeat-
ing Ohio's Wally Shultz in the
155-pound clash. This was Bet-
zig's first appearance for the
Maize and Blue. Betzig's timely
win pushedthe Wolverines ahead
9 to 6
Courtright Scores Only Pin
. Bill "Corky" Courtright, Michi-
gan captain and NCAA 155-pound
champ, turned in his usual stellar
performance, pinning his Ohio ad-
versary Pete Puhal after 40 sec-
onds of the final period of the
155-pound match. This was the
only fall registered in the meet
and boosted the Wolverine's total
to 14 points.
MikerUlyshen, Michigan's 175-
pounder dropped a very close
match to Ohio's Zeb Zedneck by
a slim score of 2-0. Ohi's victory
in this brackett put them back
in the running for a pin in the
final heavyweight match would
have given them a tie.
Keen Substitutes Dworsky
Coach Cliff Keen, playing on the
safe side, substituted Dan Dwor-
sky in place of Ward Peterson.
Peterson, a regular 175-pounder
was to have wrestled for Dwor-
sky, who has been suffering from
a head, cold, in the event that
evrything was all wrapped up for
Michigan by the time the heavy-
wight match rolled around.
Dworsky handled his adversary
nicely and outpointed Ohio's Bill
Hess 8 to 3 to clinch a Wolverine
victory by a safe 17-9 margin.
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... who scored the only pin of
last night's match with Ohio U.
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Jan. 11 -
Purdue University's basketball
team defeated Notre Dame, 60 to
56, tonight as a late Irish rally
faded when freshman star Kevin
O'Shea fouled out of the game. It
was the Purdue Boilermakers' last
test before starting their Western
Conference schedule and their
fifth victory in six pre-league
Purdue, holding a two-game
edge over Notre Dame in their 18
previous meetings, set an early
pace tonight that the Irish
couldn't match and ran up a
17-to-3 lead in the first five min-
utes. Notre Dame came back to
melt the Purdue advantage to five
points at the half, 29 to 24, but
the Riveters expanded their ad-
vantage to 11 points in the sec-
ond period.
Bill Lodge and Paul Hoffman,
veteran Purdue forwards, scored
19 and 14 points, respectively, with
guard Ed Ehlers adding 15. For-
ward Frannie Curran was high
for Notre Dame with 13 points and
O'Shea scored 11.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Jan. 11-Illi-
nois won its first Western Con-
ference basketball victory in three
starts tonight by overwhelming
Northwestern 55-40 before 8,000
home fans. Doug Mills, Illini
coach, employed several playing
combinations from two teams as
Illinois clicked to sweep into a
26-18 halftime lead and maintain
a comfortable margin throughout.
MADISON, Wis., Jan. 11-Wis-
consin's Badgers boosted their
stock as the major Western Con-
ference title contender tonight by
trouncing Indiana, 79-48, for their
third straight look victory.
The Badgers' alternates and
marksmanship paid off against
the speed of the Hoosiers, previ-
ously unbeaten in conference play.
Wisconsin connected on 37 per
Scent of its shots while Indiana was
able to hit on only 27 per cent.
IOWA CITY, Ia., Jan. 11 -
Iowa's Hawkeyes, rushing to a
40-16 halftime lead, trounced Ohio
State, the defending Big Nine
basketball champion, 6-1-35 to-

Swim Squad
U. of Toronto
Merman Break
Three Records
Special To The Daily
BUFFALO, N.Y., Jan. 11-Uni-
versity of Michigan's swimming
stylists swept the board tonight
with a 65 to 19 triumph over the
University of Toronto and broke
three Niagara District AAU re-
cords in the Buffalo Athletic Club
Harry Holiday, National AAU
100-meter and 300-yard individual
medley champion, led the assault
on district records clipping more
than three seconds off the stand-
ard in the 100-yard back stroke
event as he completed the dis-
tance in 1:02.4. His time erased
a record set by Charley Barker
also of Michigan.
Dick Weinberg turned in a 0:-
54.4 performance in the 100-yard
freestyle test to erase the former
record set in 1941 by South Amer-
ican champion, Paulo Silva, and
Bob Sohl completed the record list
when he slashed four seconds
from the record for the 100-yard
breast stroke. Sohl's winning time
was 1:02.8.
Coach Matt Mann's crack Mich-
igan mermen grabbed first place
points in all nine events and sec-
ond place in all but two of the
seven individual events.
Alex Canja, Michigan captain,
and Gil Evans second and third
ranking collegiate divers joined
Ralph Trimborn in an exhibition
of reak and fancy diving from the
three meter board to spice the
The sum'aries:
300 yard medley relay-Won by
Michigan (Holiday, Sohl, Moss).
Time: 3:02.1.
200 yard free style-Won by
Kogan (M) ; second, Stager (M) ;
third, McEwen (T). Time: 2:15.
50 yard free style-Won by
Crispin (M) ; second, Stanford
(M); third, Forsythe (T). Time:
Diving-Won by Trimborn (M);
second, Canja (M); third, Tul-
ley (T).
100 yard free style-Won by
Weinberg (M); second, Sebastin
(T);third, Johnson (M). Time:
100 yard back stroke-Won by
Holiday (M); second, Brown (T);
third, Johnson (M). Time 1:02.4
400 yard free .style-Won by
Stewart (M); second, Moss (M);
third, Sanson (T). Time: 4:44.4.
100 yard breast stroke-Won by
Sohl (M); second, Upthegrove(M)
third, Marshall (T). Time: 1:02.8.
200 yard free style relay-Won
by Michigan (Crispin, Sanford,
Kogan, Canja). Time: 1:440.
All second semester fresh-
men, sophomores, and juniors
interested in trying out for
track manager positions should
report to Don Canham or Bud
Low, at the Yost Field house,
between 3 and 5 p.m. any after-
noon this week.

a third occasion. Bill Jacobson,
who took the worst physical beat-
ing of any of the Michigan players,
also came through with two goals.
MacDonald Good Again
MacDonald gave another credi-
table performance, while Captain
Connie Hill again was the Wolver-
ines' main stalwart on defense
along with George Balestri.
Queens' captain and center Jerry
Wagar, who has always been
tough against Michigan, was the
visitors' offensiveikingpin scoring
two of their three tallies.
In the opening minutes of play,
Queens' goalie Norm Urie, who
played instead of Dave Wood, who
held the Wolverine sextet to two
goals Friday night, stopped Mac-
Millan's stick with his nose in a
scramble in front of their net.
After holding up the contest for
several minutes, Urie was able to
return to the nets but was unable
to stop Michigan's onslaught.
Few Shots in First
The first period mover very
slowly with each sextet getting
few shots on goal. Both team's
defensive strength was exempli-
fied as MacDonald had 12 stops
and Urie but six saves.
Lorne Smith, Queens defense-
man, broke the ice at 18:40 with a
loft screen shot from in front of

the blue line, 30 feet out. Mac-
Donald didn't s t, the puck until
it was in the net as it went through
a maze of plagers.
Jacobson Ties Game
Michigan tied it up at 4:21 of
the second period on Jacobson's
first goal. The play started when
Al Renfrew passed out to defense-
man Bob Marshall whose shot was
deflected off Jacobson's stick into
the short side of the net. Bolestir
countered on a seven shot at 10:32.
MacMillan initiated the existing
final stanza's scoring by tallying
at 5:42 from Hill. This was the
best goal of the night from the
spectator's point of view.- The
Wolverine -captain skated through
and fought off practically the en-
tire Queens sextet but controlled
the puck and passed to MacMil-
lan just in front, who put it in the
open corner of the net.
Jacobson's last marker was
made at :0 3after he took a pass
from Marshall at center ice, out-
skated the Queens defense, and
shot the puck through Urie's legs
while Chuck Hews, defenseman,
was practically on his back all the
way in.
MacMillan's second goal at 18:15
and Renfrew's tally 36 seconds
later ended Mi(higan's scoring for
the night, while Wagar's two
markers were sandwiched in at
8:03 and 19:35, respectively.



, Mac

(Conin~:ued .JJrm Page .1)


Spares-Michigan: Marshall,
Upton, Starrak, Greer, Jacob-
son, Peugeot. Queens: Smith,
Mofrat, Lefebvire, Wagar, Dav-
idson, ('rait, rd, Hamilton,
1st: Queens, Smith (unassist-
ed), 18:46
Penalties - Smith, Cameron,
2nd: Michigan, Jacobson (Mar
shall, Renfrew) 4:21; Balestri
(MacMillan) 10:32
3rd: Michigan, MacMillan
(Hill) 5:42, Jacobson (Marshall)
7:03; Queens, Wagar (Lefebvre)
8:03; Michigan, MacMillan (un-
assisted) 18:51, Renfrew (Up-
ton) 18:51; Queens, Wagar (run-
assisted) 19:35.
Penalities-Hill (2).
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Game Out of Fire for Wolverinc

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