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By MERLE LEVIN
(Special to The Daily)
wrestling team, which has dis-
played a penchant for upsets this
season, pulled another one yes-
terday. handing Ohio State's pre-
viously undefeated squad a 14-13r
loss in the Ohio Gym.
The win gave the Wolverines a
season's dual-meet record of seven
wins against two losse( and es-
tablished them as a serious con-
tende, for the Western Confer-
enc title to be decided next we~k-
end at Iowa City.
* * *
111G.'41.GT of the me t was
Michigan sophomore, Bill Stapp's
5-2 decision over Bryee kdogh in
the 155-lb. match. Keogh is the
defending Western Conference
champion in that division.
The Wolvernes dominated the
lighter weight divisions winning
three of the first five matches
and tying a fourth. Dave Space
dropped a 3-2 decision to Paul
Keogh at 136 pounds to give
Ohio its lone decision among
the little men.
Keogh scored a take-down with
only three seconds left in the
match to pick up the necessary
points for his win.
* * *
BYRZON DEAN stared the Wol-
verines on the road to victory
piling-t ip Mill Weber in tue 121-
lb. class and hanging on for a
Sophomore Larry Nelson add-
ed an 8-6 decision ovc.r Ohio's
George Modolet in a real thrill-
er at 128 pounds. The lead see-
sawed back and forth between
the two ex-high school cham-
pions with Nelson gaining a
third period advantage which he
nianaged to maintain.
Michigan Captain Jim Smith
battled to a 1-1 draw wlth War-
ren toner'in the 145-1-lb bout and
"'tapp ttien upset Bryce Keogh to
put MVichigan ahead, 11-5.
BUCKEYE Fred McLean, a
former Ohio prep champion
mauled Bud Holcombe, 15-1, in
the 165-lb. class, recording three
near-falls and keping Ohio hopes
glimmering. But John Powers put
the match on ice for the Wolver-
ines with a 10-6 decision over
Vince Ardito, the Ohio 175-
Big Bill Miller, the Buckeyes'
classy heavyweight, recorded the
meet's only fall pinning Art
"Moose" Dunne at "5:40 with a'
three-quarter Nelson pin.
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To Snap Win Streak, 14-13
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DETROIT - (AP) - The De-
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the signing of Doak Walker,
Southern Methodist's heralded
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tract totalling an estimated
Coach Bo Mcl~illin hailed the
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The signing of the three-time
All-American, gave the Lions two
of the most celebrated college
football players of the 1949 sea-
son. Next year Walker wil' team
with. Notre Dame's Leon Hart,
who recently signed with the Lions
for approximately the same terms.
for approximately the same terms.
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ALFRED de LIAGRE, Jr. presents
MARTITA HUNT in
JEAN GIRAUDOUX'S Comedy
Ad'pted by MAURICE VALENCY
John Estelle Nydia
CARRADINE * WINWOOD - WESTMAN
By KEN BIALKIN
(Special to The Daily)
COLUMBUS-It was a sad aft-
ernoon for the Wolverines yes-
terday as the Buckeyes of Ohio
State swert eight out of nine firsts
to down the natators by a score of
The defeat represented the first
time in four years that the Buck-
eyes defeated Michigan in a dual
meet. And the one-sided score is
one of the worst defeats absorbed
by Matt Mann's swimmers in
* * *
THE ONE BRIGHT SPOT of
the afternoon for the Wolverines
was the 400-yard free style relay
in which Michigan registered its
sole victory of the mect. Thy team
of Charlie Moss, Dick Martin,
Dave Tittle and Dave Neisch
turned in the very good time of
3:30.4. Neisch, swimming the
anchor leg of the relay, managed
to build up a lead and touch out
OSU' Boo Congelliere.
State took first place in the
300-yard medley, the 220-yard
free style, 50-yard free style,
fancy diving, 100-yard free style,
150-yard free style, 200-yard
breast stroke, and the 440-
yard free style. In three of
these events, the 100-yard free
style, the backstroke and the
diving, the Buckeyes swept both
win and show sots.
In the 300-yard medley relay
State's team of Jack Tayler, back-
stroke, Jose Balmores, breast-
stroker and Frank Dooley, free
style, broke both the pool and
meet record with a time of 2:51.6
Taylor built up a lead over Michi-
gan's Bernie Kahn which was
closed slightly, but not enough by
Moss and Neisch swimming
breast stroke and free style, re-
* * *
JOSE BALMORES, in winning
the breast stroke event for Ohio,1
- TODAY & MONDAY -
JONWA YNj Y
Vera Ralston- Philip Dorn - Oliver Hardy
Plus! at 1:30 - 4:45 & 8:00
"CHANGE OF HEART"
established a new pool record of
2:22.4. John Davies finished sec-
ond for Michigan. Balmores, who
swam his best time in the event, is
a sophomore from Brazil.
Herbert Koboyashi of OSU
was the only double-winner of
the afternoon. Koboyashi just
touched out Michigan's Dick
Martip in the 50 - yard free
style. Martin had led most of
the way and faltered in the last
It was the same story in the
100-yard free style where Moss of
Michigan led most of the way but
faltered in the stretch. Koboyashi
inane a fast finish and woa in
th~e titre of 51.8. Dooly tcook sec-
ond for the Buckeyes and Neisch
took third for the No erines.
THE CAPACITY CROWD was
treated to a phenomenal exhibi-
tion of fancy diving by Bruce Har-
lan, NC'AA and Western Confer-
ence champ. Harlan won the event
wit, a score of 130.7 with Jack
Calhoun of OSU taking second
and George Eyster of Michigan
William Sonner turned in an
excellent 1:34.6 in the 150-yard
breaststroke. Sonner led all the
way and the best Michigan's
Kahn could finish was third be-
hind Gordon Leaf of Ohio State.
The Wolverines' distance swim-
mers Gus Stager and Captain
Matt Mann III captured second
and third respectively in both the
220- and 440-yard free style
events. In the 220, State's Charles
Stephanos came in first while
Jack Taylor turned the trick for
the Buckeyes in the 440.
* * *
YESTERDAY'S MEET was the
last dual meet of the cuirent sea-
son for the Wolverines. Matt
Mann was enth.isiastic in -is
praise for the Buckeye swimmers
and is going- to work his team hard
this week in preparation for the
Big Ten Championships which
will be held in Ann Arbor this
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Illinois 76, Wisconsin 58
Purdue= 5,Minnesota 39 '
Army 53, Penn Military 45
Manhattan 56 Fordham 55
Kentucky 70, Vanderbilt 66
Holy Cross 70, Brown 45
Syracuse 46, Penn State 44
Penn 67, Dartmouth 61
Colgate 81, Western Reserve 71
Nebraska 56, Iowa State 54
Cornell 57, Harvard 47
Florida 59, Georgia Tech 41
Xavier 53, Toledo 48
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