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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines Set

World Swimming, Track Records

Medley Relayers Set Mark
As Mermen Top Hawkeyes
Ris Takes Only Firsts for Iowa Swimnmers;
Sohl,_Holiday, Stager Triumph in 56-28 Win

Fonville Sets New
World Shot Mark

aI ai C nipa thereuouncpu astWALLY GRANT
the Canadian netminder at 19:15 . . aids Wolverine attack
Wrestlers To .Face Strong
SpatanSquad T omorrow
Fresh from a defeat at the Dan Dworsky, stellar performer
hands of a strong Indiana squad, in the heavyweight division, will
Michigan's wrestlers will take on be felt greatly. The star center
an equally dangerous Michigan of the football squad is still suf-
State team Monday night at 7:30 fering fromaasthma and it is
at Yost Field House. doubtful whether he will recover
Although this match will pro- in time toseeaction against Ohio
vide the Wolverines with a brief State, February 28, or in the
layoff in the Western Confer- Western Conference Meet March
ence schedule, a rough time is 5 and 6.
forecast for the Maize and , Coach Keen has recently been
Blue matmen. stressing escapes and review of
The Spartans' lineup boasts of various hand grips and arm
three National Champs in the holds in an effort to help his
persons of Gene MacDonald in boys gain the upper hand, while
the 128-pound class; Bob Dicker- the opponents are using power
son, 135 pounder; and Gale holds which tend to bring about
Mikles in the 155-pound division. near falls.
All three of these aces come from H
Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mikles and wiHopes foi a Wolverine triumph
Dickerson were also nationwide formance of Captain Bob Bet-
champs while in high school. zig in the 165-pound class.
Coach Fendley Collins' grap-
pIers come into town with two
recent victories. Iowa Teachers
boe torthesmen fro East
Lansing 14-13 while Ohio State
was soundly walloped 24-0 by Downs
the Spartans.
As if this imposing record wasu
not enough to plague Michigan
'Thnrh Cliff TCenn the ahan (r

By DICK HURST
Michigan's powerful swimming
team smashed to a new world's
record in the 300 yard medley re-
lay while squelching Iowa's bid
for an upset victory with a 56-28
triumph last night at the I-M
pool.
Clipping :1.4 seconds off their
old record of 2:50.5, the medley re-
lay team composed of Holiday,
Schl, and Weinberg put the Wol-
verines out in front in the first
event never to be headed.
Holiday Sets Pace
Back stroker Holiday went his
100 yard lap in :58.5 to pile up a
bit of a lead for breast stroker
Sohl who did :59.5 for his share
of the 300 yards. Dick Weinberg
then anchored the team home
with a :51.1 effort and the new
world's record.
In swamping the Hawkeyes,
Matt Mann's powerhouse swept
seven firsts, and five seconds los-
ing only in the 50 and 100 yard'
free style to Wally Ris, holder of
five sprint records in the NAAU
and the American record in the
100 yard dash.
Ris Takes 50
In the 50 yard sprint, Ris lived
up to his reputation when he came
home a touch ahead of Dave Tit-
tle and Bill Crispin, Michigan's
entries in the race.
In the 100, the duel between
Weinberg (NCAA title holder at
100 yards) and Wally Ris turned
out to be all that was expected of
it. After taking three turns to-
gether, Ris snuck in ahead of
Weinberg in the final ten yards
with his long reach proving the
margin of victory and his time of
:51.1 a new pool record.. His time
knocked .2 of a second off the old
record.
Matt Mann III and Gus Stager
staged another of their shoulder-
to-shoulder battles in the 220 yard
grind with Stager fighting off
Mann's closing rush to stroke un-
der the finish line in 2.11.3, a nose
ahead of his Michigan rival.
Evans Takes Diving
In the diving event it was Mich-
igan again as Gil Evans and Ralph
Trimborn captured win and place
slots from the Iowa entry of Dave
Brockway and Bill McDonald.
Evans diving skill was worth
120.26 points and Trimborn got
his second nosing out Iowa's
Brockway 108 points to 105.1.
Wolverines Take Backstroke
Captain Harry Holiday contin-
ued his winning ways with a com-
paratively easy triumph in the 150
yard back stroke. Holiday coasted
in to the winners' circle in 1:33.4
with a pair of Hawkeyes, Duane
Draves and Dick Maine taking
care of the second and third place
points.
Bob Sohl was again superb as
he left the field in the first 50
yards and went on to win the 200
yard breast stroke in the fine time
of 2:18.7, considering that there

was no one close by to chase him
home.
Iowa's Lake Second
Dick Lake's effort was good
enough to pick up a second for
Iowa and Irv Einbinder of Michi-
gan finished close behind for aG
third.
Matt Mann pulled his one-twoI
punch of Stager and Mann III out
of the 440 struggle and let Johnny
McCarthy and Jay Sanford show
their stuff to the home town audi-
ence.
McCarthy Wins 440
McCarthy and Sanford put on
one of those Stager-Mann duels
for 400 yards but McCarthy pulled
away in the home stretch to gain
the decision over his teammate in
5:08.5. Iowa's Paul Hutinger cross-
ed the line in third place ahead of
teammate Henry Griesbach.
Winding up another pleasant
night for Matt Mann was the per-
formance of his 400 yard relay
team which featured Tommy
Coates, Bill Crispin, Bill Kogen,
and Dave Tittle.
Lead Built Up
Coates and Crispin built up a
nice lead and Kogen and Tittle
kept their Iowan opponents at a
safe distance to bring the team
home in 3:34.
Again it was the all-around
depth of the Michigan squad plus
the excellent performances of the
'Big Three," Holiday, Sohl, and
Weinberg, that piled the points
up on the score board in such con-
vincing fashion.
Fine Diving
Evans was especially good to-
night as he muffed' only one dive,
and compensated for it by turn-
ing in a couple of beauties in his
optionals.
After tonight's brilliant per-
formance before a packed house,
the one question that was in ev-
eryone's mind was "how far will
this Wolverine team go this year?"
Next week Matt Mann's boys
may well give the answer to their
fans when they travel to Colum-
bus for their showdown dual meet
with Ohio State's defending Big
Nine champs.
As The Daily went to press
this morning no word had yet
been received as to the out-
come of the gymnastics meet
between Michigan and Ohio
State, which was held at Co-
lumbus last night.

<Continued from Page 1)
mile event before Washington fi-
nally nipped the Wolverine at the
wire. Williams turned in the best
time of his career in this race,
and his performance is the more
amazing for the fact that he has
been suffering from an injured
leg, which has severely hampered
him in practice during the past
week.
One-Two in Mile
Barten contributed his second
win with a 1:56.7 half-mile, and
George Vetter followed him across
the finish line to give the Wol-
verines their only one-two punch
of the evening.
Duff came back to pace the
timber-toppers in the lows as his
:07.6 effort was good enough to
edge Michigan's Holland.
Relay Record
The Wolverine relay team
wound up the track program for
the evening by romping to an
easy win over the Bucks. The
Maize and Blue sqgad of Val

BOB SOHL
. . . helps set mark
13tc key%,es Top
Michigan State
In Tank Meet
COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 21--(P)-
Ohio State's powerful swimming
team splashed to a 43-41 victory
over Michigan State today, snap-
ping the Spartan win streak at
seven. It was the Buck's 19th
dual meet triumph.
The meet wasn't quite so close l
as the score indicated, for Buck-
eye Coach Mike Peppe withheld
some of his stars after the Ohio-
ans had won the first six events.
Bill Smith. the Bucks' champion
freestyle swimmer, hit the water
for the first time in a week with
a win in the 220-yard event in
2:09.9. The time was just 2.8
seconds over his own world record.
He had been suffering a sinus
flareup.
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CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Feb. 21--(A')
-University of Illinoils basketball
players ran wild here tonight, de-
feating ail undermanned Purdue
squad 98-54 before a capacity
crowd in Huff Gymnasium.
Illinois went on a sizzling shoot-
ing spree in the second half, bag-
ging 24 of 52 shots for almost
a .500 percentage.
The Illini scoring, approaching
the modern Conference record of
103 points tallied by Iowa against
Chicago in 1944, was evenly di-
vided. Walt Kersulis and Bill
Erickson set the pace with 16
points each, while Jim Marks col,
lected 14.
Van Anderson bagged his 13
points in the last four minutes..
Purdue made a game of it in
the early stages,, thrice knotting
the count at 8, 21 and 26, but the
Illini then steamed to their 16-
point halftime margin and there-
after made it a walkaway.
Illinois had the previous run-
ne-ip total to Iowa's record 103
points with a 92 to 25 win over
Chicago in 1943.
The Boilermakers were led by
Dick Axness and Howard Williams
with 12 points each.
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