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THIE MICHIGAN Pi 1LY

SLt. 1.11, iMAX t 21 ;C'794k

Go phzers 5FEdge Illinois, 52-si, Jb rGymnasi

I Crown

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Barthell-~is
Twice as,-
Places T h' d
By CAL KLYMNAN
Minnesota's Gophers agair
proved their gymnastic super iority
over the Western Conference yes-
terday but were pressed all the
way by an ambitious Illini aggre-
gation in the Big Nine champion-
ships held at the I-M Building.
The determined N or t h men,
barely edged the Indians, 52-51,
before an appreciative 1500 fans,
in the first Conference meet ever t
staged in Ann Arbor.{
THE CONTEST SAW Michigan
etain third place with 35 points,
and Wisconsin came in fourth
with 6 points. Indiana nosed out
Ohio State for the fifth slot, 3-
21/2.

13rints Win;,,
Wingos Lose
TMontreat
MONTREAL - (A')-The Mon-
treal Canadiens fought off a thirdI
period drive by the Detroit Red!
Wings to take a 3-2 decision and
move in front of the National
Hockey League Champions in the
Stanley Cup semi-final series.
BEFORE A TOWN crowd of
11,229, the Canadiens rapped in
two goals in the opening period,
went safely through a scoreless
second period and then took the
odd goal in three in the last. I
It was a comliaratively tame
affair after the games in De-
troit. The Wings drew five pen-
alties against the Canadiens'
four.
Ken Mosdell and Leo Gravelle
shot, the Canadiens into the lead
in the first period. After the score-
less middle frame, Gordie Howe
scored twice for the wings with
a goal by Murdo MacKay sand-
wiched in.

Nat'Ualors1
i. 5asr'lce in 51. see. despite
l 1 r i he disjutc over the in-ha setd i
E, I;: bi.ll Smith of Ohio Statef
th;._ sCe water to sticcessfuill y t
ftc..A his 4.10-yd. freev style
'V1ft U; U jug inl a t inmeofC
~.mith, swimming for the last'
timec in a colle-oiate meet tonight,'
svx oim his usual race, taking a lead1
at the very beg!.inning and grad-
ually increasing: the gap betweenI
his closely bunched pursuers and
himself.I

7ake NCAA Third

of Northwes-,i

BILL IIEUSNEI

tern, Wally VV
Thomas of No
Michligan's Mat
ed Smith acro
in a tightly bul
the judges rule
the order name
Mann's timc
best timu e h
for the distan
Ohio went in
ing Michigan b;
but the Bucks
third and faurn
more polints an
BRUCE 1lA

Voif of USC, Jimj
orth Carolina and
tt Mann IIl followv-
Uss the finish line
inhed group which
ed had finished in

igan as the mieet Entered the final
event, the 300-yd. mnedley relay
and th~e Hawkeye camne throughi
as they hadl done at the West:rn
Confer'ence meet to Once ri:
edge the Wo (lverines.,

Four new individual chiam-'
pions were crowned, while two
men, Joe Calvetti, Illinois high
bar expert, and Jim Peterson,
all-around champion from Min-
nesota, retained the titles they
won last year. Michigan walked
away with three of the indivi-
dual medals.
Daily Double' Pete Barthell
lived up to his reputation, twist-
ing his way to first in tumbling
and on the parallel bars, garner-
ing 14 of the Wolverines' 35 mark-
ers in the process. Ed Buchanan
beat out a field of 16 aspirants
on the trampoline, with a total
score of 271 points, four more
than his closest rival, Gay Hughes,
last year's NCAA champion from
Illinois.
THE MAJOR BATTLE 'Was
staged between the "Big Four,"~
Herb Loken, co-captains Jim Pe-
terson and Howard Swanson and
Don Hedstrom of Minnesota and
Illini's sophomore wonders John
Sharp, Frank Dolan and their
teammates, Captain John. Fina,
Calvetti and Hughes.
Peterson could well be con-

.Daily-Lmanian
TRAMP CHAMP-Ed Buchanan of Michigan, who won the tram-
poline championship in yesterday's 20th running of the Western
Conference gymnastics tournament, receives the appreciative hand
of Wolverine Coach Newt Loken.

Djaily; --Lniniar;
FLYING HIGII-Adding his bit
to Illini gym laurels yester-
day, Jack Sharp demonstate-s
the form that helped him clinch
the flying ring crown.
Bob )-hThomnason

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sidered Minnesota's hero of the
day. Besides receiving the all1-
around honors for the second
consecutive year and takding
runner-nup positions in both the
side horse and flying rings and
a third on the high bar, hie
saved the day for the Gophers
by tying Joe Tina of Illinois for
second on the tumbling mats.
Herb Loken, brother of the
Michigan coach, added 12 points
to the gophers' total, receiving
an award for first p~lace on theo
side horse and a second on the
parallel bars. Loken replaced the
graduated Vito Zinzi of IllinoisN
as NCAA titlist in the sidehloxrse
event.
CAIN'r TI proved the truth of
his press clippings by taking thel
top spot on the high bars for the
second successive year. His vic-

tory was received with wide ac- lTORONO0V")-Veterafl lei
(laim by the crowd as well as winger Woody Dumart fired t:
by his teammates who knew he winning goal after 16 minutes ai
wVas perforinrg under the handi- 14 seconds of overtime play Iq
cap of a twisted shoulder, which night as the Boston Bruins faug
he suffered in a dual meet with to a 5-4 victory over the Toron
the Gophers earlier this week. Maple Leafs before 14,112 fans
John Sharp tools first on the a Stanley Cup hockey game.
flying rings, replacing Don Pet- The Bruins had to beat dov
erson as NCAA champion. Pet- the stubborn barrier Turk Bra,
erson failed to place in the threw up in the Toronto nets b
e'venIt. fore they finally achieved the vi
- ~ tory that lput them back into t
EXIBITION BASE BALL running in their best of sev
Brooklyn (N) el, lashington series. The Leafs won the fir
(A) 0. two gamnes in Boston earlier
NBoston (N) 5, New York (A) 3. the week.
(]o * f Sy MuIst/' for 'May'
IhfitNe Rv ulte Favoring Of fense
SEATTLE-('P.-The Basketball sites of the game. The commiti
Coaches of America argued for an was asked to rule either that:
iotur yesterday over swapping a 1. All fouils in the last two mi
three-letter word- for one of four utes be considered technicals ai
lette~rs in the official rules book. the ball be thrown in from out
They finally voted1 iiin avor ofbounfds 01r-
ch~iri''ing "may'' to "must." 2. All foul-shots be tried for
jump~ ball following success.
'JIME ARI'ME!t ilN'l' centered :conversion and the ball being fr
rcorrIld the questionr of wvhetheICY after missed throws.
i e defense or off ense in basket- --__
ball were getting the better break
''[hec(oachcs attending the Na- iA m ateii r Lead'
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LAFAYETTE, Indi. --GI) --- Bob,
Thomason paced the Michi"1an
representation in the Purdue re--
lays here last night when hie set
a new record of 2:20.4 in the!
1,000-,yard run.
Pete Dendrinos placed third in
the shot put with a hieave of 49
feet seven inches.
'rho Wolverine two mile relay
team finished fifth behind Mich-
igan State, Ohio State, Notrie
Dlame, and Purdite. 'F'li t irulil
time was 7:50.7.I
Michigan's only otlher represc ii-
tat ive in the meet, 'T'on Dolan,
failed to place in the high .111111)
which was won by Jack I leint z-$
than of Bradlley at, six feet, Uhree
inches.

SUM MARlIES
100-yard free style: First,
4Wfa ly Ris, Iowa; second, Wein-
berg, Mxiichigan; third, MeIn-
tyi 'e, Dartmouth; fourth, Iloog-
ci hyde, Michigan State; fifth,
Nugent., Rutgers. Time 50.4 sec-
onds.
158-yard individual medley:
First, Joe Verdeur, LaSalle;
second, Carter, Purdue; third,
Moss, Michigan- fourth. Stick-
iiey, Cincinnati; fifth, Draves,
Iowa. Time 1::0.6. (New world's
record. Breaks old mark of
1:32.8 set by Harry IHoliday of
Michigan, 19416).
220-yardl free style: First,
Bill ;smith, Ohxio State; second,
lleusiier, Northwves tern; third,
Wolf, ITSC; fourth, Thomas,
:North Carolina; 'fifth, Mann,
Michigan. Time: 4:42.6.
3-meter diving: First, Bruce
Harlan, Ohio State; second,
Calhoun, Ohio State; third.,
llrockway, Iowa; fourth, Simp-
son, Ohio State; filth, llubley,
Purdtie. Point~s: 15, .37.
:100-8'ardl Medley Relay: First,
Iowa (Dluane Draves, 'Bowent
Stassf'ortli, Erv Straub) ; sec-
wnd, Ohio State; third, Mich-
igan; fourth, Washington;
fifth, Yale. 'l'ime: 2:54.1.

sweep of the fo
diving; crowns
152.37 poilnts,
won the 1 and
both the Big; Nii
Conference and
the AAU titles
vinphF next we
Jack Calhou
the Bucks iw
while PDave U
edgeds Johni
third.
Brockway 's
Iowa only one1

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ed. TillE IOWA team of Dti ino
e of 4:46 was the Draves, Boxwen Stassforth and Eriv
had ever turned in! Striub raced the distance in a
rice. mediocre 2:54.1 to take the t it le,
ito the diving lead-, With Ohio State. aided by Bil
3y only three points! Smith's ,great anchor leg, edixig7
pulled down first, Michigan for second.
th to pile ipl twelve It was a great performance
nd cinch the mieet. for Smith who will end an amaz-
ing swimming career at Ohio
LAtN completed his, next week in the AAU meet at
otur mnajor collegiate Daytona Beach, Ila. The Bid;
3finishing with lHawaiian, undefeated in indi-
l1arlan has nowl vidual competition this season,
1 3-meter diving in' was considered to be the leading
ne aa the Western candidate for tile annual coachs'
d is expected to adcd award as Swvimmer-of-the-year.
sto his list of tr i- The choice of the popular Ris,
eek. the Olympia champion in the 100-
un was second for yd. dash, wvas well received, how-
vith 139.49 points ever. Last night also marked the
Brockway of Iowa end of Ris' college competition.
ny Simpson for Michigan's natators will leave
for ~Ann Arbor this morning and
three points pt. are due at Willow Run Airport at
point behind Mich- 4 p.m.

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sitv(it, Illinois canme from b~e-
hind to squeeze past Oregon
S.,ta.te College last night 57-53
andl earn third place in the
National. Collegiate . Athletic
Association's Basketball finals.
recomnmendations over to the Na-
tional Rules Committee which
opens ta two-day session tomorrow.
At piresent the rule states an
off icial "may" call for a jump
ball when a closely-guarded
player is wvithholding the ball
from phlay. 'The change to
"tmust" was asked to take the
burden of decision off the ref-
eree's shoulders.
The coaches also tossed a pair
of suggestions at the Rtules Com-
mittee on the problem of fouling
and stalling in the last two min-

GREENSBORO, N.C. - (!P) -
Amateur Frank Stranahan, the
'Toledo, Ohio, strong boy shot a
two-under par 69 today to cling
to his one-stroke lead at the 36-
hole mark of the $10,000 Greens-
boro Open Golf Tournament.
Defending champion Lloydl
Mangrum of Chicago remained in
second place with another 69 for
a total of 136 which was matched
by Dick Metz, Virginia Beach, Va.,
veteran who posted his second 68.
All candidates for freshman
baseball should report to Don
Robinson on Ferry Field to-
morrow at 3 p.m. All candi-
dates should bring their own
equipment.
--Don Robinson.

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