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Weinberg Clocks 22.8
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1'u~k uuBr(Nk Eighile
Records ins Cornell Meet- v
Michigan Takes Seven Firsts as DexirIrino(s,
U~lvestadl, Mitchell, Bavdarian SettI Marks

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By DICK HURST3
Michigan's natators forced
Michigan State to take a long
swallow of Big Nine swimming
last night as they swamped the
Spartans, 51-33.
In the process ick Weinberg,
Michigan sprint star, sped to a
new p)oo1 record in the 50, when
he clipped, a tenth of a second of f
Waldemar Tlomski's :22.9 set in
1938.
WEINBERG GOT OFF to a fast
start but was never able to get
any water between himself and
MS's henry Paton as they raced
over the four lap course. With
nothing but imagination between
them hal xay through the last
lap, Weinberg gave it everything
he had touching the Spartan out
by a tenth of a second.
In the 100 yard free style
Weinberg came rig~t back to
squeeze by MSC Olympic star,
George Ho(gerhyde, in an ex-
cellent 51.7 clocking.
Joining} Wen berg in the double
winner's circle was Matt Mann III.
Matty skimmed over the 220 and
440 yard (courses5 It()poe1 tes of
2:07.8 and(14:48.2.
Mann was 51superb; beating
teammate Gus; Staer easily in
both event;, Mann let Gus set the
pace for about three quarters of
the distance t hen let go with his
tremendous stretch drive . to get
the wins.
ALT11IOUGII 1 the final score
gave IVIi(h ilgnill0 (i', teei poit
edge,(Charls MVc C a[free's boys
didn't coiiie a long jusy for 'the
ride.
Thie State teami jumped into a
quick lead when their medley
relay team walked off1 with the
opening event. Bt that was the
last glimpse MSC got of' a lead.
Michigan's one -'two punch,
Mann and Stager, took first and
second in the next event, the 220,
and from there on it was just a
mtter of how close the Spartans
were going to make it.
Weinberg picked up five in the
SUiMMARItiES
300o yard medley rlay-first,
MSC; second, M1ichian; time
2:55.9.
220 yard free style-first, Mann
(M) ; second, Stager M) ; third
11offman (MSC); time, 2:12.
50 yard free style- first, Wein-
berg(M) ; second, Paton (MSC) ;
third, Kogen (M) ; time, 22.8 (new
pool record).
Diving - first, Trimborn (M);
second, Wilfliams (MSC) ; third,
Eyster (M).
100 yard free style-first, Wein-
berg(M) ; second, Iloogerhyde-
(MSC) ; third, Kogen(M) ; time,
51.7.
150 yard back stroke - first,
Korten (MSC) ; seond, Patterson-
(M); third, Kahn(M); time, 1:38.
200 yard breast stroke - first,
Moss (M) , second, Seibold (MSC) ;
third, Sohl(M) ; time, 2:22.7.
440 yard free style-first, Mann-
(M) ; second, Stager (M); third
Miller(MSC) time, 4:48.2.
400 yard relay-first, Michigan
(Ti ttle, Kogen, Coates, Wein-
berg) ; second, MSC (Miller, Quig-
ley DeMond, Iloogerhyde) ; time, t
3:31.6.

50 yard free style while MSC was
getting four.
MICHIGAN'S DIVERS had to
come from behind to take six
points to State's three: Ralph
Trimborn got off to a~ poor start
but gathered steam as he went
on to win thc event. George Ey-
ster pulled third out of the fire
by executing a beautiful final dive
while MSC's Raymond Williams
sandwiched in second.
In the 100 yard free style,
Weinberg and Hfoogerhyde
turned in fine performances
with Weinberg nosing out the
Spartan with his last lap kick.
It was all State in the 150 yard
back stroke as Don Korten and
Howard Patterson captured first
and second, Michigan's Kahn fin-
ishing third.
Charlie Moss upset the evening's
applecart when hie'won the breast
stroke from Sohl and Dave Si-
bold. Sohl, Michigan Olympic par-
ticipant tied up in the last lap
to take third while Moss was
fighting off a strong challenge
from State's Seibold. Moss turned
in an excellent 2:22.7 clocking for
the event.
It was all Michigan from there
on in as Mann and Stager told
the story in the 440 and the relay
team put a couple of body lengths
of water between itself and State.
Ma lineliFal
In, Titird Loss
By HERB MUNZEL
Michigan's wrestling team sus-
tained its third loss of the season
as Iowa handed them a 15-9 set-
back in the Iowa Fieldhouse last
night.
The first match of the meet was
a rough affair as Wolverine Bob
Cunningham drew a little blood
from his opponent, Vern McCoy.
1McCoy, however, scored a take-~
cldown in the second pi Tod to put
him ahead, where hie stayed and
took the first bout.
Captain Bob Betzig completely
outclassed Delmer Lanphier, as he
scored an early takedown and held
the advantage almost all the way.
Although there were no pins
made during the night, Iowa's Joe
Scarpello had a couple near falls
and ran up a score of 13-4 on Jack
Powers in the 175 pound class.
This was a wild match but Scar-
pello had things his own way.
Wolverine Jm Smith took one
of the other Michigan wins as he
outpointed Russ Tharp 6-0 at 145
pounds. At 136, Tom Miller drop-
ped his bout to Iowan Ed Stein-
hoff by the same score.
Jack Keller of Michigan won
his match at 136 against Billt
Quinlan by the score of 9-4. 155-
pounder Phil Carson lost his tussle
to Iowa's entry at this weight,
George Tesla.
In the heavyweight division, By-
ran Lasky and "Junebug" Perrin
danced around in the first period
before Perrin scored a takedown
near the end of the stanza and
went on to win 8-1.

By HUGH QUINN
Eight meet records were set and
one tied last night as Michigan's
track team h eat Cornell in a dual
meet at Yost Field House, 68-46.
Marks were set in all four field
events, the 440- and 880-yard
runs, high hurdles, and mile re-
lay'The low hurdle time was tied.
THlE WOLVERINES counted
seven first places and eight sec-
onds as they defeated the East-

erns for the second straight time
in the recent renewal of an old
rivalry.
jSophomore Jim Mlitche'll clip-
ped three-tenths of a 54N'Old
off the high hurdles recor!d as
he won in :08.1. lHe alsofii-
ed second in the lows behind
Cornell's Bob hlunt, who equal-
;led the existing mark:,of : 07.5.
Michigan slamimed the pol,
vault as Ed. Ulvestad vaulted 13
ft., 8 in. to set a new mark;. Ruiss
Osterman and Tom Einibad. bothi
sophomores. Were second and
third.C

By IhRB RIJSKIN
After a slow start, M.i~a'
hl.cy team finally rUdIt
higoh gear last night and ,.a1p~
Tits; h Dakota for I ho sec.. md
i 'ht time, 10-4.
IThe Wolverines, he'VIl to a ^-'
tie at the end of I .ie first l~tij
pounded four goals in each at' h.
second and third stanz~as, wii
holding the Nodaks to two tali u
in the third session. Neil Celley
paced the victors with four is .

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Vaunited Ch-ie(.ago Squad1

By KEN BIALKIN
Michigan's gymnasts surged
from behind to outpoint the Uni-
v'ersit y of Chicago last night, by <i
score of 51> to 44 2

side horse and flying imngs events.
Walter Seelos of Chicago, who
won the side horse event, was
otutst and ing on the tramploline,
t hi high bar, and t he parallel ham'r.

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]Vieli-7 i 's at'i'obal.s woniI rt.
plac'es in foum' of Lthe six eventIs. TRlACK'h SUMMARIES
B~ol Willoughby took top.) lonors Mile: First, Williams, (M) ; see-
for his performance on the high end, Thomason, (M) ; third, Mel-
bar; Pete Bar'thell wvon both the lor,'(CC. Time-4 :25.6.I
tumbling andI parallel bar events 60-yar'd dash: Fist, Henrie,
andi Edsel Buchanan grabbed first (M) ; second, Hunt, (C) ; third.,
lflace in tare 11" rlipoliniit' 'telt. D3aydariami , M). Time- :06.4.
Thme 5lJ('Caton'5, estimatled at Qutarter Mile: First , Moore,
tIQli, wer'e alternately t hr~dlhcd (C), secon d,. Seide', (C ); t his'd,
a iid a inazt'(at the antics vof Saet ~sst m M) . 'T'imne _.0: 49.0(N '~ew
Newt IAoken's miuselemnent. p cord. Old Rtec.ord, :51.2.).
- 6i5-yard high hurdles: First,
Peth .< artthell acttually scaled Mtritchell, tM : second, Laibe, (C),
the cr'owd with1 his complicated tid ykfM).Tm-~0.
gyrations while tumbling. Bob '(News record. Old record, :08.4.).
Schoendube and1 Edsel Butchanan Tl 'wo-nle: First, Bruce Vree-
worked the trampoline at tirc- fi ln,( I); seconid, 1101 Capp,!
mendous heights and actually (M ): third. West, (C). Time-
frightened tihe spectLator's when, 10:03.8.
they performed the "fliffus"~. (Thei' Halif-mile: First, Mealey, (C);
fliffus is a doutble somersalt withseccond, Lindqunist, (M) ; third.
a one-half twist.)' Kirkendall, (M). Time -1.56.7.
Other outstanding perform- ' New record. Old record. 1:56.8.).!
autes were turned in bys,. ick 65-yard low hurdles: First, Hunt I
Fashbatigh, captain of the ; C) ; second Mitechell, (M)
Miclti'--art squad, and G'ordonti tird, Holland, (M ) . Timre---:07.51
Le'venlson with his Series of '(Ties5 meet recor'd)
double back-flips, double for- P 1ole Vault: First, Ulvestad ; sec-
ward-f'lips, and dotle twisters.j cn(I. Osterman;: third, Emblad
Chiagotook first places in the all M) . Height---.13 ft., 8 in. (New
('hicagorecord. Old recor'd, 13 ft. 6 in.).
High jump: First, Robeson, I
Sport-H ashe.1 (C) ; second, Dolan, (M) ; third{,I
~ IHenrie, (M). Height, 6 ft., 4 7/16
in. (New record. Old record, 6 ft..
: in) jup1FrtBadmin

WVOLVRlllINE Var Braydar ia
leaped to a record in 1the hI oad~
jump with a 23 ft.. 6 in. effort .'
Eck Koutonen was second for
Michigan. In the shot put., Pete
Dendrinos broke thle old recor-d
by nearly four feet whlen hei(' vo(i"
with a 50 ft., 1 ini. toss.I
C'ornell accounted for five oif
the meet records, and( three oi
these were bly sophlomoresi. Be.
sides 11unt's lowhrlsr'-
ord, marks were set by C hutie
Moor'e ill the -144 -4ya 'd dIa i't
with at :449.6, and by Bob M"'eta Ic
with a 1 :56.7 halo' mile.
Paul Robeson added four infle e
to the meet lhighl jIullp recoi'(d,
when he leaped 6 ft., 4 ill. II C
Wolverines, Tom Dal and Ai',
H1-enrie, also broke thet'(od st am:
cia rd as theiy pl::cced sewl :11
thlird.
(oi'mmll's iiiile .' 1;1I ay t c a m
('lloml11eCl six [full s, t'Uil(Is oft1 the
24-year-old record as t hev co'.'-
ered the eight laps in 3 :22.2. The
W\olveirie quartet of Jimi Mor-
rish, Jim Ackerman. Hod WVarren,
and Bob Sergeson finished seconi
in 3:22.9, a fiv e seconiId improve-
} innt over last week's win at-I lie
'Michigan State Relays.
Three other firsts were a(ccounit -
ed for by Michigan rttoners. wit 11
Justin WllimswinningtieIne
Bue Vielanid, the-- two mile: 111d
llenr'ie., the 60-yard dash.
Sinasiling Detroit's six goamet
winninlg streak, tile'Toronto Map-
le Leafs mnoved into) third place'
last night with a 3-1 victory over,
tihe league leaders in1 Maple Lea f
Gardens.
Over in Boston, tihe second place
Bruins strengthened their hold on
the runner-up spot by posting' a
4-2 victory over' a sinking New
York Ranger sextet. The gamne was
a personal tritumpli for' two rook-
ies, just brought up fromntile Al-L.
Each scored a goal and added an
assist for the victors.

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IN lDIREC'T CONTRAS"'>t
previous game, North Dalux
p~layed conser'vative hlockey, keep ,-
ing the two defensemen well bacwk
instead of pressing with a:m dye-
man power p~lay.
The Nodaks wvere Easier' and
sharper titan they had been Fri -
day night and looked likl- they
wvere' gointg to mlake c it Otowe i'm
a while. But Michigan paceoi
t~o much power atndl began the
p[rnawa y ntidway itinte5tsecond
fiperiod.
Michigan's defense was superb3
with Dick Starrak playing one of
tile best games of his career. Ja(ck
iMcDonald was outstanding in theP
nets for, the Wolverinesmakmng
sever'ait saves I ha 1. scceilie(Io o be

was at top) form offensively and it
is doubtful that any college team
could have stopped them. Nodak
goalie Bob Murray did yeoman
service in the net and prevented
tile, score fromi going any higher.
After playing even hockey for
a per'iod and a half, the Wolver-
iu,-, broke cot with four fast
goar~ls andl fromi there on, noth-
ing c'ouid hold them "in cheek.
'r~ypas sed with amazing ac-
cuvraicy and the stickhandling
I>>. fam as:;tile fans were con-
ce'rled' tile openling mIinutes of the
third period plrov ided the great-
est thrills. Within the space of
four mintesc, thley saw three
goals and tl11 'ee penalties meted
(ot, one to Gom'die McMillan for"
(xI1. BI' Vi" ORD and 'Wally Ga-
cok tacllied for Michigan in the
fh's t poriold, whlile Joe Silovich and
Georg e Dickinson lit the red light
for tile visitors.
In the second session, Celley
got his first two goals, Gacek
and Nfelillan tallying Michl-
gAI's other two scores.
Colley addeid twvo more in the

13 gol boud. tlosinlg session as did defenseman
21* Connie Hill. For North Dakota it
0 NOR~ WAS NorthI Dakota its bad wvas center "Ginny" Christian
47' as the scoreO indi,.ates. Michiggan both times.10

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In the Western Conference, Illi-
nois trounced Ohio State, 64-49 to
ietain thleir place atop the Con-
feinence standings. Minnlesota
clung to second place by downing I
Iowva, 54-49 andl Wisconsin put onl
a last half scoring drlive to edge
Noirthwestern 56-52.
Michigan Tech's hot-and-cold
pucksters were red hlot last night
as they trampeled Minnesota 12-
4. The Gopher loss put Michigan's1
Wolverines more firmly in tilei
driver's seat in the race for Mid-
western represeintation in tile
NCAA mecet.

(M) ; second,, Koutonen, (M;
third, Owen, (C). Distance--.23 ft.,
6 in. (Newv record. No pi'evkiils
record).
Shlot Put: First, Dendrinos,
(M) ; second, Brown, (C) ; third,
Schuh, ( C) . Distance-5O ft., linl.
(New record. Old record, 46 ft ., 51
in.).
Mile Relay: Fii'st, Cornell (P.1
Scidci', M. Greenfield, C. Moore, l
and B. Me~aley). Second, Michi-
gan. Timc-3 :22.2. (New recoird.
Old irecord, 3:28.2.)

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