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THE MICHIGAN DAILYFs

VMAY, FE
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Defeats Buckeye Swimmers, Cagers

Ohio String Clipped at 19

Sehnittkei Held to

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Dye Picks U. of 31.
Interv iewed after last night's
game, Tippay Dye, Ohio State
coach, called the Wolverines "a
better team than Iowa."
Commenting further on this
year's down-to-the-wire hoop
race in the Big Nine, the Buck-
eye mentor stated that, in his
opinion, Michigan would
emerge victorious, particularly
in view of the fact that the de-
cisive contest will be played on
Michigan's home court.

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(Continued from Page 1)
Holiday had little trouble with
the 150-yard backstroke as he
trounced DeGroot. Bill Rodenbach
and Art Johnson staged another
photo-finish with the Buckeye
tankster again being given the
third place. Holiday was clocked
in 1:36.9.
Einbinder Second
Irv Einbinder turned in the best
race of his year's work to edge
Earl Trumble for second position
in the 200-yard breaststroke as
Bob Sohl broke the pool record
with a 2:18.6 clocking that looked
amazingly easy. These eight
points shot Michigan into a 34-29
lead which they never relin-
quished,
Smith came back in the 440-
yard freestyle to break another
dual record as he captured his
second triumph. Big Bill was
clocked in 4:45.9 and he had to
go all out to withstand a deter-
mined challenge from Matt Mann

III, who captured the second slot
only inches back of the "Flying
Hawaiian." Stager took an easy
third to give the Wolverines a 38-
34 lead and insure them of at least
a tie.
But a tie wasn't good enough
as the freestyle relay quartet
really poured it on and wrote
finis to the Buckeye streak in a
fine 3:31.1 timing.
Weinberg Praised
Special commendation should
go to Dick Weinberg who took two
firsts and anchored the winning
relay, and to Irv Einbinder who
came through in the clutch to
sohve the Wolverines back into
the 'lead with a second in the
breaststroke. Einbinder withstood
a determined last lap kick from,
Trumble in this event and turned
on some power of his own to
shake the Buckeye challenge.
THE SUMMARIES
300-Yard .Medley Relay-Won

by Michigan (Holiday, Sohl, Ko-
gen). Time 2:57.3.
220-Yard Freestyle - Won byt
Smith, Ohio State; second, Stager,
Michigan; third, Mann, Michigan.
Time 2:10.3. New dual meet rec-
ord.
50-Yard Freestyle - Won by
Weinberg, Michigan; second, Hi-
rose, Ohio State; third, Zemer,
Ohio State. Time :23.3.
Fancy Diving-Won by Ander-
son, Ohio State, 134; second, Har-
lan, Ohio State, 129.33; third,
Trimborn, Michigan, 103.73.
100-Yard Freestyle - Won by
Weinberg, Michigan; second, Hi-
rose, Ohio State; third, Zemer,
Ohio State. Time :52.1.
150-Yard Backstroke-Won by
Holiday, Michigan; second, De-
Groot, Ohio State; third, Roden-
bach, Ohio State. Time 1:36.9.
200-Yard Breast Stroke-Won#
by Sohl, Michigan; second, Ein-
binder, Michigan; third, Trumble,
Ohio State. Time 2:18.6. Tied Ohio
pool record set by Joe Verdeur
earlier this year.
440-Yard Freestyle - Won by
Smith, Ohio State; second, Mann,
Michigan; third, Stager, Michi-
gan. Time 4:45.9. New dual meet
record.
400-Yard Freestyle Relay-Won
by Michigan (Coates, Kogen,
Tittle, Weinberg). Time 3:31.1.

As Michigan__ ense Clicks
Wolverines Limit Buckeyes to Lone Field
Goal for Seven Minutes of Second Half
(Continued from Page 1) liott and Harrison each receives
two fouls only to have the Buck
From the spectator's point of eyes gain the points back on
view the second half was the ball similar number of charity tosses
game. Michigan momentarily Then the picture changed
found itself and shot into a twelve Where Michigan had been playin
point lead with a 34 to 22 count. good ball, the Ohio State squa
Elliott Paces assumed the role of pace setter
Sparking this surge, that had It wasn't Schnittaker who did th
the fans wondering if Ohio State costly damage for the tight Mich
was going to fade as did Indiana igan zone defense kept the secon
before a strong second period at- place conference scorer complete
tack by the Wolverines, was Pete ly bottled up all night.
Elliott who sank a field goal and
foul shot after Mack Suprunowicz BOX SCORE
and Bill Roberts combined to Ohio State (36) ,. .. Fg FtPf T
shoot Michigan into a seven point Schnittker, f ........3 1 4
lead after seven minutes of the Donham, f ....... . ...2 1 5
period had passed. Johnson, c ...........1 2 3
Michigan was able to maintain Burkholder, g ........3 2 2
this advantage as Ohio State Brown, g .............1 0 3
could do nothing but sink free Raidiger, c.........3 1 0
throws. The two teams were con- Winter, f ... .,.,......1 1 1
tent to trade points with the Wol- Jacobs, f..........0 0 0
verines boosting their lead as El- - - - .

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PETE ELLIOTT
. tops Wolverine scorers

WHEN
REPAIRING
FOOTWEAR

Wolverine Gymnasts Defeat
Taroons,_Badgers at Chicago

s e . Elliott
(continued from Page 1)

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former All-American. "Of course,
it will be virtually impossible to
fill the vacancy he will leave."
"He was a true All-American
and one of the greatest players
Michigan has ever seen." added
the Wolverine mentor.
The tough 160-pounder would
have been the only member of the
1947 "dream backfield" of Chap-
puis, Weisenberger, Yerges and El-
liott to return this year.
It had been contended by Fritz
Crisler, who traveled to Chicago
to attend .to the conference, that
since Elliott's participation at
Purdue had taken place within
one calendar year that it be con-
sidered one season instead of two.

(Special to The Daily)
CHICAGO, ILL., Newt Loken's
gymnasts finished with a rush, all
but blanketing the trampoline
event to gain a photo finish vic-
tory over Wisconsin and the Uni-
versity of Chicago, in a triangular
meet at Bartlett Gymnasium last
night, scoring 34 points to 33%/
for the Badgers and 28 for the
Maroons.
Tom Tillman, and Bob Schoen-
dube came through to outbounce
Gordon Thuroiv of Chicago, and
Bob Willoughby came through
with a fourth place in the trampo-
line, last event on the program to
rack up the win.
. Michigan started out slowly,
and failed to place a man in the
first two events, the high bar
and the siA3 horse which went to
Bill Vrettos and Don Snyder,
both of Chicago.
Bob Fashbaugh scored a win in
the flying ring event with Tillman

close behind, and the Wolverines
were back in the meet.
Wisconsin's Ray Kusserow tight-
ened it up still further with a vic-
tory over Len Frank and Vrettos
on the parallel bar.
Tillman, Michigan's captain,
was edged out in the tumbling
event by Bill Schultz of Wiscon-
sin, but Dave Lake salvaged
third place for the Wolverines
to set the stage for the sweeping
victory in tle trampoline.
Coach Loken termed the tri-
angular meet "one of the most in-
teresting of the season. It was well
received by a nice crowd and the
officiating was excellent."
There will be a meeting of
the "M" Club at 7:30 Tuesday
in the M Club Room.

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