THE MICCHIGAN DAILY
BOTH FRIEND AND FOE:
Ettl Faces Badger Ace In Gym Meet
Bur ford Gets Hat Trick;
Nears Scoring Record
SAILORS TAKE WARNING:
'M' Tars Greet New Prospects Tonight
By MARV EPSTEIN
The old story of personal but
friendly rivalry will be re-enacted
Saturday when Michigan's gym-
nastics team travels to Madison,
Wisconsin to do battle with Wis-
consin and Iowa in a triangular
For little Connie Ettl, rapidly
v turning into an all-around spe-
cialist for Coach Newt Loken's
outfit, will be up against Johnny
Mathews of the Badgers.
MATHEWS IS one of Connie's
oldest friends. The two went to
high school together in Milwaukee,
where EttI established a very fa-
vorable reputation for himself in
gymnastics circles while copping
V several championships.
No mattr what Mathews' per-
formance is Saturday, it will
have to go some to better the ef-
forts of Michigan's sophomore
sensation if he maintains his
Ettl is currently leading the
Wolverine acrobats with 39 team
points 'in the three matches so
far, and has an appreciable lead.
on his nearest competitor in the
scoring race, Captain Pete Bar-
thell, who missed the opening
meet with the University of Chi-
* * *
ETTL IS STRONGEST in the
high bar, but is picking up fast-
-on the flying rings, according to
Loken considers him one of
the brightest prospects he has
had in recent years. Ettl is a
fierce competitor, always com-
ing through with points when
they ,are needed most. He al-
Ways does better in meets than
in practice, a trait not common
to all gymnasts.
Ettl is majoring in physical edu-
* * * *
By JIM PARKER
(Special to The Daily)
EAST LANSING-Vic Heylig-
er's hockey crew annexed its 16th
win as they romped over a hap-
less Michigan State sextet here
last night, 10-4.
Gil Burford led the Wolverine
scoring parade by pacing the at-
tack with a four goal hat-trick and
one assist. Burford now has 54
points, only seven points short of
the team record of 61 markers es-
tablished last year by Gordie
EARL KEYES and Neil Celley
were next in goals with two tallies
Starting the encounter with
its third line, Michigan was
scored upon when harley Ilotch-
kiss of the Spartans took a flip
from Ad Gieche at 7:01 to score
on a breakaway.
Paul Pelow bounced a shot off
Joe Suarez of State to score Michi-
gan's first tally at 9:10 unassisted.
Burford made a beautiful shot at
10:18 assisted by Celley while the
Spartans knotted the score at
18:15 when Neil Bristol took a pass
from 'Bill Blair and whipped the
puck past goalie Hal Downes.
FLYING HIGH-Versatile Connie Ettl is shown exhibiting the
form that makes him tops in high bar competition on the crack
Michigan gymnast squad. So far this year the sensational sopho-
more is leading Wolverine gymnasts with 39 points in three
cation and hopes to return to Mil- picking up first place points in
waukee after receiving his degree the high bar, parallel bars and
and teach in his home town. flying rings in the three way meetj
Meanwhile he has his eyes on 1 Saturday.
THE WOLVERINES gained the BY BOB VOKAC
lead early in the second frame Harken my lads and take heed.
with two fast goals. Keyes and For if ye stray near the Engine
Bob Heathcott outmaneuvered a Arch tonight you'll undoubtedly be
lone State defender at 3:09 and whisked away by the buccaneers
Keyes ripped the rigging for the of the Michigan Sailing Club.
third Michigan marker. The Wolverine Tars are throw-
Burford and Celley worked a ing open their portals to new
perfect play for the next goal boots interested in joining the
when Gil whipped the puck from fleet for spring yachting against
behind the net to Celley who was competing flotillas.
standing squarely in front of the THE MEETING will begin at
crease. Neil blasted it in. at 4:40. 7:30 p.m. tonight at 311 West En-
gineering Building. The club is
Burford took a pass from Lenny co-ed.
Brumm at 13:16 for the next Michigan's delegates to the
Wolverine tally while Don Kauppi Mid-west Collegiate Sailing As-
annexed the third MSC tally at sociation annual conference in
15:15 assisted by Bob Gorman. Chicago last weekend report a
Celley was off the ice at the time tight seven meet schedule slated
for interference., for the Maize and Blue this
ROSS SMITH opened up the sring spr.
third period scoring when he fired Starting right after sprg va
a shot from the blue line at 4:54 cation, the sailors hoist sail
t rDelReidtheSprta April 22 in their initial regatta
toalie Dho was flat on e isi Scat of the season. This meet will be
he time the Michigan Invitational with
the ime.some 10 schools from the mid-
Celley blasted a rebound shot west represented.
from Smith at 6:30 and Burford PART OF THE FLEE' will sail
earned his hat-trick at 7:42 at Michigan State May 6 while
when he broke away and ripped another portion will remain at
a shot through the right side of their home base, Whitmore Lake,
the Spartan net. Burford made and entertain the Notre Dame
another unassisted goal at 10: crew.
47 when he rallied his own re- . The following week, May 13,
bound shot through the crease. Michigan will again split its
Bill Blair made the final Spar- ranks to participate against the
tan tally unassisted at 16:02 while Gophers away and Ohio State
Keyes wound up the scoring by at home.
taking a pass from Wally Grant at May 20 will start the Mid-west
center ice at 19:34 and flipping Sectional Elimination Regatta de-
the puck past Reid. signed to screen the fleets before
the Mid-west Championships the
LATE BASKETBALL next weekend.
Army 50, Colgate 48 EACH OF THE scheduled re-
Navy 57, Rutgers 48 gattas are two day affairs.
Sophomores Bolster Stro n
Ohio State Swininiing0 Team
FOUR ACES SHOWING:
Midwest Milers Show Top Fort
By BILL CONNOLLY
It wasn't too long ago that any
runner who bettered four minutes
and 20 seconds in a mile race was
considered a top prospect..
But this year, coaches and fans
are having a hard time keeping
tab of the milers who have
* * *
MIDWESTERN competition last
week-end produced four such
BILL MACK of Michigan: State,
who ran 4:09.6;
DON McEWEN, of Michigan,
who turned in a 4:11.7 mile;
LAWTON LAMB of Illinois,
who, running second to McEwen,
was clocked in less than 4:15, and;
LEN TRUEX of Ohio State, who
ran under the 4:15 mark as he
finished second behind Mack.
Conspicuous by his absence in
the above listing is the Badger
bullet, Don Gehrmann, whose
4:28.9 performance was the
slowest winning time in a Con-
ference meet last week.
Evidentally that race was only
a warm-up for the Wisconsin
champion, though, for he came
back in the half-mile with a rec-
ord-shattering time of 1:51.8.
* * *
BUT THE outstanding consid-
eration to be given to this list is
the fact that all the runners ex-
cept Mack are sophomores, and
all except the Spartan will be en-
tered in Western Conference com-
petition for the next two and one-
McEwen, who stopped a threat
to his cinder track supremacy
by beating Lamb last week, will
find himself confronted with
possibly a stronger competitor
this week when he faces Truex
in the Michigan - Ohio dual
meet, scheduled for Saturday
night in Yost Field House.
A very fast man with a good
share of endurance, Truex retal-
iated his defeat in the mile by
running a 1:53.9 half-mile which,
along with Mack's mile time, was
chalked up as a new Jennison
Field House record last week.
REGARDLESS of the fact that
milers have developed a fad for
cracking the 4:15 mark of late, it
is noteworthy that three of Don
Canham's runners clipped the 4:20
mark last week.
Running third behind McEwei
and Illinois' Lamb was the most
improvedrunnerof the week, Shel
Capp. He was stopped in 4:18.5,
one full second ahead of the
fourth-place runner, Michigan's
Aaron Gordon, who had also
broken the 4:20 mark a week earli-
er in a race with Gehrmann.
That marked the first time on
record that three Michigan
trackmen ran under the mark in
the same indoor race.
Bowling enters into the intra-
mural sports program Sunday,
February 26th when the annual
All-Campus kegler tournament
gets under way on the Union
The first ball will be rolled at 1
p.m. to open the three day compe-
tition. Each entrant will bowl six
games. The four men who have
the highest totals will survive un-
til a playoff this spring in the
I-M Open House.
Anyone who wishes to enter
may sign up at the office of the
swimmers 1 also the world's 400-meter record
meet Ohio State Saturday at Col-
umbus, they will sample more than
just Ohio's strength for the Con-
ference and National Collegiate
meets-they will also see what
talent the Buckeyes will have for
two years to come.
For Ohio State boasts a group
of eight sophomores who could
easily form a team by themselves.
* * *
THESE newcomers to Coach
Mike Peppe's squad cover every
stroke and every distance, and ev-
en add strength to Ohio's already
potent diving team.
Outstanding perhaps among
this group is Jack Taylor, who
swims both back stroke and free
style. As a back stroker, he has
been timed at 1:35 for the 150-
yard stint; and he has turned in
one of the country's fastest 440-
yard free style times this sea-
Frank Dooley, a sprinter from
6onnecticut, swam on the New
Haven Swim Club 400-yard free
style relay that set a world's rec-
ord last summer at 3:23.8, and
dan Hall, Mosher Hall, Phi Chi,
Phi Rho Sigma.
February 25: Chicago House,
Chi Phi, Delta Chi, Delta Sigma
Delta, Delta Tau Delta, Hayden
House, Hillel Foundation, Hinsdale
House, International Students As-
soc., Lambda Chi Alpha, Michigan
Christian Fellowship, Omega Psi
Phi, Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Sigma
Kappa, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sig-
ma Chi, Tau Delta Phi, Tau Kap-
pa Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau, Zeta
February 26: Alpha Rho Chi,
Kappa Nu, Phi Delta Phi.
A representative of the Contin-
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* * *
ANOTHER sprinter who shows
promise in the 100 is Hawaiian
Taylor's support in the back
stroke comes from Gordon Leaf
and Joe Prata. Prata has been
timed in 1:35. Jose Balmores,
another Hawaiian, has already
proved himself to be the Buck-
eyes number one breast stroker,
Balmores was timed at 2:21. for
the 200 this season.
* * *
CHUCK STEFANOS, a six-foot-
er from Massachusetts, has been
giving Ohio points this year in the
220- and 440- yard free style
events. He has turned in a time
of 2:10 for the shorter distance.
The eighth sophomore standout
is Joe Marino, a 'good diver but
finding it rought to break through
the monopoly of Ohio's five senior
These eight sophomores will give
the Wolverines an inkling of what
to expect from Ohio in the next
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