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Io wa Swimm ers Gain 46-34

Vict1%ory Over

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is qualification in Relay, ''Gymnasts
Snas''Victory Skiein Defeat Kent

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As Dolan 'Take Hy i :, inITRlay

Weinberg Conquers Ris in 100-Yard Race;
Mann, Stager Take Other Wolverine Firsts
(Special to The Daily)
IOWA CITY, Ia.-Old man Dis-
quai-lification combined with a fine
Iowa, swimming team to snap
Miciga'sdual meet victory

stringf ,it W6here last night.
In a meet rife with upsets the
Wolverines entered the final event
of the evenfingz needing a win over
the M" ,wkoyes Big Nine champion-
ship relay team to tie the meet-
and they did it.
,'BlA T IS they thought they
did itL as they coasted in by five
yards to post their finest time
of the year, 3:28.5. But the judges
ruled th~t ,Matt Mann III,
swimming as the third man for
ti Wolverines had jumped too
early anid the Michigan winning
streak wa ended.
Rxeceiving no points for the
event thee Wolverines wound up
on the short end of a 46-34
scoreI'i.
AS EACLY AIS the second race
of t1hw evening it was obvious that
the form chart would be of no
use to the spectators.
That race, the 220-yard free-
style, wits scheduled to go to
Wally leis, Vhe Ilawkeye great
Olympic ace but Mat Mann
III apparently wasn't impressed
as he turned in the finest per-
formance of his career to win in
2 :09.4.
Then Ed Garst of Iowa came
back to furthei- confuse the dope-
ste:rs aind gaini a large measure
of revenge for the Hlawkeyes by
w ipping Mihgns50-yard free
stylt Conference cham~p, Dick
Wefinber. at his specialty.
GA.,RST, WEINBERG and Mich-
igan':; Charlie Moss finished in. a
virtual dead heat in the dash, but
the judges ruled in favor of the
Iowan who was clocked in 23.2
seconds.
It remained, however, for
Weinberg to pull off the top
upset of the evening as he edged
Olympic champion Ris in his
favorite event, the 100-yard free
style. Weinberg who has been
chasing Ris for four years in
races from Hlawaii to Ann Arbor
touched out in 51.9 seconds to
erase the sting of his earlier
loss.
GUS STAGER was the only
other winner for Michigan. as he
coasted to a very easy victory in
the 440 free style finishing in vir-
tually a dead heat with teammate

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DICK WEINBERG
. beats Ris
Johnny McCarthy. The Wolverinel
pair was timted in 5:00.3.1
Michigan's 300-yd. medley rce-
lay team of Bernie Kahn, Bob)
Soldl and Bill Kogen turned ini
their best time of the seaFon.__
2:54. in the opening race diet
it was a half second tcoo slw
to whip the Hlawkeye team, of
Duane Draves, Bowen Stass-
forth and Erv Straub), which
was good enough to take the
Big Nine title last meek.
The Hawkeyes' fine backstroke
duo of Draves and Dick Maine
took first and second as expectedl
in their specialty with Draves
turning in a 1:36 timing and Dave
Brockway of Iowa took anotherI
expected win in the (living eventj
piling up 355.5 points.s
BROCKWAY, who turned in a
brilliant exhibition at Purdue to
take a second in the Conference
high diving, ran into tsome unex-
pected trouble from Michigan's
rapidly improving George Eyster
but he was more than equal to
the occasion. Eyster picked up
341.1 points to take second and
turn in another best.'
Bowen Stassforth whipped Bob
Sohl and Charlie Moss in the
breaststroke turning in all im-
pressive 2:20.2 and then the Wol-
verine's one-two in the 446 set
the stage for the ill-fated final
relay.

ITight Meet
iKot-ys :30Points
Paces Losers
(Special to The Daily)
KENT, Ohio-Wolverine gym-
nasts barely edge d out an ambi-
tious Kent State aggregation, 49'/L,-
46t ,, before a cap~acity crowd of
800 here today.
"We stopped Kotys" were the
first words spoken by Newt Loken,
Wolverine gymnast mentor, after
the contest. The importance of
such a feat is demonstrated by the
fact that Joe Kotys, one-man team
from Kent, garnered thirty of the
46 Y' points accrued by his squad.
MUCH OF THlE CREDIT for
beating the onini-potent Kotys
and his team is due Pete Barthell,
Gordon Levinson, Captain Dick
Fashba ugh, and Bob Willoughby,I
collecting 12? , 9, 8, and 7 points
TeKent Wonder must have
ben good if Pete Barthell fail-
Ieel to attain his customary
doule will.
Pete had to settle for a first
oan the tumbling mats with Joe
Kotys finishing a close second,
and Michigan's Gordie Levinson
accounting for third place.
TURING PREVIOUS MEETS,
Levinson- performed commendab-
ly but bad b~reaks continuously
elimiiiatcu him. fioin the running.
Yes#.erday. against Kent Statre,
jGordie decfeat ed this Jinx along
Wilwit he ho~t>; trampoline aspir-
ants by copping first place in this
event, Withi Joe Kotys occupying
second position and Bob Schoen-
dube of Michigan coming in third.
Dick Fashbaugh added to the
victor's total with 'a first on the
Flying Flings. The everpresent
Kotys filled the runnerup posi-
I tion with Bob Willoughby fol-
lowing close behind.
The versa tile Kotys proved his
worth to Kent State as he took
first places in three successive
events, sidlehorse, high and paral-
ll .bars. Jeff Knight edged out
teammriate Barthe"Itfor the second
slot on the sidehorse, Barthell tak-
ing place two on the parallel bars.
Bob Willoughby placed second on
the high bars.
COACH LOKEN and his tumb-
lers face one more opponent, Wis-
consin, before the Big Ten meet
whichiwill be held March 26 at the
IM Building. The Wolverines will
be host to the Badgers March 19.

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For M ielugan
In Mat Meet
The Michigan AAU wrestling
Championship was fought to the
bitter end last night as Michigan.
State all but walked away with
the mat at the 'Turner Club in
Detroit.
But Michigan was not shut out
as it emerged from the battle with
a first, a second, and two thirds
to save the Wolverines from what
Might well have proved to be a
complete Spartan victory. In sev-
eral of the final matches it was
Michigai) State boys grappling
among themciselves to determine
their standinig.
7i may wll be noted that Mich- paewsdet h
l)iilliuailtVerformance of 128-lb.
Larry Nelson, a freshman, of
whom the Maize and Blue may
well be proud.
Winning the afternoon prelim-
inary by a fall he went on to take
the final event by a decision over
Davis of Lansing Sexton. Bill
Statp got a second place for the
Wolverines while Joe Cosik and
A r ilthur Dunn, another freshman,
sha3,red the third place honors.

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AP SPORTS FLASHES
NEhW YORK -Loyola of Clii- York Ynager., 3-0. 1R p Riopelle!
cago completed the first, round E hetted twice for the red 1-1,t Cro
rout of New York entries in the !(liens.
National Invitation Basketball Although the Rangers never
tournament last night with a 62- were in the gamne, it was a rough
47 victory over City College of affair with 13 penialties being
New York.j handed out. 'Thie victors drewj
:Earlier today San Francisco d~e- seven iricluding a itmajor~ to
feated Manhattan 6f8-43; Bradley Miilid ('haini 'olarlit1ii foifighlt-E
whipped New York University ii. T'I l flr'sIX it tipti to
89-67, and Bowling Gre-en hretrl the sidelines inmcloded :1 ii~iyetljil
St. John's of Biroolyln, 77-4> ? duct t+ouFrd dshero.
Lioyola , with. Big; Jack Kerri, i'lm ,r 1 .tchifIi)pluh'd ill ii 1threer
dumlrping in 26 points, won thej Molt ii c.I1 tallies.,I le =Wt, al asist:
unenviable privilege of meti, ni boy b -,tt ipoello:; iii:"kersis and
top-seeded Kentucky in thie qua r-' helped Cxlen ha -mnon to one.
ter-finals Monday afternooni. 'The angers 1 tad trouble Pet-
tingt.;, trough thle heird-checkimW
KERRIS SPENT most of thet Caniadiens, and fired only 16 shots
might at the foul line where hie at the well-protected Dunham.
seta tournament record for con- j The Blue Shirts' netininder, Chuck
versions. He had 16 chances and' Rayner, was p~eppered with 36.
made 12, one more than the mark. TORONTO-The Boston Briuins
set by George Mikan in 1945 and shaded the Toronto Maple Leafs,
tied by his brother Ed last year. 2-1, last; nighvlt to miaintain their
The big- wheel infthe Loyola second place Nationtl Hockey
attack made only one field goal League tie with the Montreal Ca- 1
in the first half, a. simple tap-. nadiens. Young Paul Ronty fired
in. But hie had his fall-away home the winningT goal early ina
hook working after the inter- the third 'period.
mission when hie hit fromn the! Brilliant play on the part of
field six times, lie fouled out Goalie Frankie Brinisek high-.
with five minutes to play. lighted Boston's victory. Brim-It
Besides the Loyola - Kentucky sek turned back 45 shots.
game Monday afternoon, Western Grant Warwick of the Bruins
Kentucky will play Bradley. San opened. the scoring in the firstI
Francisco will meet Utah and sec- period, dentin gthe twine while I
ond. seeded St. Louis takes on Toronto Captain Tedi KennedyI
Bowling Green Monday .night. was in the penalty box. A little
MONTREAL --- Bill Durnan more than a minute later HarryI
scored his tenth shutout of the Watson shoved in Toronto's onlyrt
season last night as the Montreal goal while defenseman Murry
Canadiens blanked the National Henderson of the Bruins wast
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(Special to The Daily )
CHICAGO-A skeleton crew of
Michigan thinclads piled uip 33
points here last night, to finish
fourth in the Illinois 'Tech Relays.
Purdue chalked uip 481' points
to edge Notre Dame and record
their first twin in the Relays. The
1_,is h were right on the Boiler-i
maker's heel:; with 48 points wh1ilef
Illinois, biddingr for its third '
straight title here was third with
43 points.
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THE WOLVERINES, lacking
the services of such outstanding
runners as Herb Barten, their
Olymi-pic- midtdle distance than, and
tart Henrie, their sensational soph;-
omore sprinter, showed srrs
su p i-ingly w ell.
Toln Dolan, NMichigan's fine
Shigh jumper, successfully de-
fended his high ,jump crown to
record the only fir-st for the
Wolver'nes hut a brace of sec -
onds in the two mile and sprintr
medley relay's served to pull the
Maize and blue upi in the stand-
inugs.
Dolan lcapedl 6 ft.. 2 in. to pull
himself up ahead of at five-way
,tarn for second.
11I('IhlGAN GYO OFFto i fast
sta at; in the a ft ernoon senction o1
(lie all (Ia y maa ira f o r iiVer- IJil
Aities and Colleges as they 1,rabbed I of
t surprise second in the two mile'2
relay with anchor mian Bob TIMM
rason fihzisl'ing a scanit two feetl
behind Illinois' :Bob Downey. f
The Illinii's winning time of
7~ 53.5 wcas far off that record
apace.plcinti
l iliii t pacei nii h na
Big !ittie Slas
Rided Lhli bh'
CHICAGO--The BSig Nine ruled
today that several Indiana and
Northwestern football players whio
participated in outside amateur
basketball games against Confer-
ence regulations wCeenot, inelig- ji E
ible.!
The leagute's faculty represenit a-{
tives, acting on the ineligibility
cases, agreed that, comp~etit ion in
amateur team, events outside of I
school j1urisdiction h enceforth 1I
shall not be considered as "unit;-'
tached competition," which was
the basis of the Indiana and
Northwestern ineligibility case.
The athletes involved had
played in amateur basketball
tournaments last-, month and siib-
sequently were ruled ineligible by
their respective schools pending
investigation by the conference.L

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ther distance medle'y, the ,Wolver -
ines yv It into the evenling event.;
'in third piace but without Barten)
an1d Henrie, they n' ltertained no
expectatiiions of a surprise( win.
ROD WA RREN picked 1up) a
fourh for Michiganm in the 440 and'(
Johnny Lidquist rid Thoinason
added to the,-Wolverine point to-
tals in thet'880 a:ts they took thirdI
and. fourth respectively.
Times were generally slow, esc-
pecially so in the Universityv divi-
sion, but Garion Campbell, Michi-
igan Normal's great dash star rac-
ed the 70-ydO. dash in seven ec
onds flat to cut one-tenth of a4
second olf the meet record and
equal the American record, ill the
College division.
Tlhe Ypsi speedsters ran far
ahead of the pack in their divisions
to pile up 70' , points and rack
up their fouirth straight title,
Wheaton Collreewas s condt
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