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PAGE THREE

SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Swimmers Dunk Purdue, 60-33; Pucksters

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Moss, Stager, Lead 'M'
To Season's First Win

Wolverines Take Eight Out of Ten
Martin Upsets Purdue's Thomas In

Events;
Sprint

By KEN BIALKIN
Michigan's swimming team
opened its Big Ten season with
a splash yesterday afternoon easi-
ly-defeating Purdue's natators, 60-
33, before a capacity crowd at the
varsity pool.
Gus Stager and Charlie Moss
combined to pace the Wolverines,
who won eight of the ten events
in the meet.
STAGER, a senior, was the only
double wnner of the afternoon,
takng both the 220- and the 440-
yard free style events. Captain
Matt Mann III finished a close
second to Stager in the 220, but
in the 440 Stager got off to a
fast start and steadily increased
his lead finishing a good five
yards in front of Purdue's Mike
Kosmetos.
Michigan's versatile wizard of
strokes Moss raced to victory in
the 150-yard individual medley
in the very good time of 1:33.5.
Sophomore -Dick Howell of
Michigan finished behind Moss
and Purdue's Bill Hatlen took
the show spot.
In the 300-yard medley relay
Moss, swimming the breast stroke,
teamed up with backstroker Ber-
nie Kahn and free styler Dave
Tittle to win that event in 2:53.3.
In this event Moss built up a
small lead over Bob Dunlap,
which was held by Tittle.
THE BIG SURPRISE of the aft-
ernoon was the upsetting of Pur-
due's highly touted free styler
Chuck Thomas. Thomas finished
behind Michigan sophomore Dick
Martin in the 50-yard free style,
while in the 100-yard free style
Dave Neisch and Tom Coates of
Michigan took first and second
respectively, leaving Thomas with
the number three berth.
Purdue's only wins of the day
came in the 150-yard back-
stroke and the 200-yard breast-
stroke. Everett Brooks touched
out Wolverine Kahn in the
300-yard Medley Relay-Won
by Michigan (Kahn, Moss, Tit-
tIe). Time, 2:53.3.
220-yard Free Style-Won by
Stager, (M); second, Mann
(M); third, Kosmetos (P).
Time, 2:11.8.
50-yard Free Style-Won by
Martin (M); second,)Thomas,
(P) ; Dickerson (M). Time,
:23.7.
Fancy Diving-Won by Eyster
(M), 357.8; second, Hubley (P),
327.7; third, Cingenteel (),
292.5.
100-yard Free Style-Won by
Neisch (M) ; second, Coates
(M); third, Thomas (P). Time,1
.53:4.
150-yard Backstroke-Won by
Brooks (P); second Kahn (M)-;
third, Hatlen (P). Time, 1:37.4.
200-yard Breaststroke - Won
by Dunlap (P) ; second, Elliott
(M); third, Hurley (P). Time,
2:23.1.
440-yard Free Style-Won by
Stager (M); second, Kosmetos
(P); third, Spaid (P). Time,
4:54.3._
150-yard Individual Medley-
Won by Moss (M); second,
Howell (M); third, Hatlen (P).
Timte, 1:33.5.
400-yard Free Style Relay-
Won by Michigan (Martin, By-
berg, Reigel, Neisch). Time,
3:37.3.

backstroke with a burst of
speed. Kahn and Brooks were
even most of the race but after
a poor turn Kahn faltered and
couldn't match Brooks in the
stretch. Kahn's time was one of
the fastest he has ever done in
competition.
The 200-yard breaststroke went
to Purdue's Bob Dunlap. Michi-
gan's Stu Elliott finished second
and Dick Hurley of Purdue came
from far behind the leaders in a
fine stretch bid to touch out Bill
Upthegrove for third.
* * *
GEORGE EYSTER took the
fancy diving event for Michigan
with a point total of 357.8. Eyster
turned in a steady performance
and defeated the rather erratic
Murray Hubley, captain of the
Boilermakers.
Coach Matt Mann said he was
"very happy" with the perform-
ance turned in by his charges.
The times were very excellent for
so early in the season, and the
actions of sophomores Dick
Howell and Dick Martin portend
well for the future.
NCAA Ballot
Fails TO Oust
Rebel Seven
NEW YORK-(')-The Rebel
schools which defied the National
Collegiate Athletic Association's
sanity code won a rousing victory
yesterday when a vote to expell
them failed of a necessary two-
thirds majority.
After nearly seven hours of
heated debate, without a stop for
lunch, delegates to the associa-
tion's annual convention voted by
secret ballot, 111 to 93, for ex-
pulsion of the seven recalcitrants.
This was 25 votes short of the
number needed for expulsion.
* * *
THE SEVEN who gained this
partial vindication of their ath-
letic policies were Virginia Univer-
sity, Boston College, Maryland,
Virginia Military Institute, Vir-
ginia Poly, Villanova and The
Citadel.
There was a moment of high
confusion immediately after the
Ivote was announced when Dr.
Karl Leib of Iowa, president of
the NCAA, declared "The mo-
tion is carried."
The cry went up from the floor
"No, no-two-thirds are required."
UPON BEING shown a copy of
the NCAA constitution, Leib
changed to "The action .,failed,"
but declined to concede the re-
sult was a victory for opponents
of the purity code.
"This vote shows merely that
the circumstances in this group
of cases were not enough to
justify the severe penalties con-
templated in the aggravated
cases of non-compliance," he
said.
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Running a record-breaking 4:-
13.6 mile here last night, Wis-
ccnsin's Don Gehrmann rank-
ed himself as the man to beat
in this year's board-track com-
petition.
The bespectacled, sandy-hair-
ed runner set a new mark in
The Evening Star Games by
knifing a tenth of a second off
the previous mark of 4:13.7, set
by Brnwning Ross of Villanova
in 1948.
In second place, straining
hard but falling steadily be-
hind, was big George Wade of
Yale, the winner here last year.

(Special to The Daily)
CHICAGO-Coming from behind
in the last two events, Michigan's
gymnastics team defeated the Uni-
versity of Chicago yesterday, 55%/2-
401/2.
Behind six points with only
tumbling and trampolining re-
maining on the program, Coach
Newt Loken's college-educated ac-
robats made clean sweeps of these
events to knock off the highly-
touted Maroons in the opening
meet of the 1950 season.
** *
LITTLE TOMMY TILLMAN,
pre-dental student from Muske-
gon, showed the way for the Wol-

verines with a double win in the
flying rings and tumbling, and a
third in the trampoline for 15
points, high for the Lokenmen.
Tillman, letterman and co-'
captain of the squad in 1948, is

bar,
and
for

'M' Gymnasts Rally To Whip Chicago

TILLMAN TOPS TUMBLERS:

Three Straight Pins Give

Michigan Trounces Yale
For Week-end Swee,
Pelow Scores Twice, Smith, Celley Once;
3,800 See Second Period Bomib ardment

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By JERRY BALBUS
With pins in three straight
matches, the Michigan wrestling
team defeated Northwestern, 21-
9, last night at the Yost Field
House before a crowd of about
1,000.
It was the matmen's third con-
secutive win of the season with-
out a defeat and the second in
Conference competition.
THE FIRST of the series of
falls for the Wolverines was
turned in by Captain Jim Smith,
Conference 136-pound champion
as he pinned Bob Ehlers with only
six seconds remaining in the 145-
pound match. Smith was ahead
all the way with three take downs
before the final fall.
Bill Stapp, Michigan's 155-
pound entry, was next, pinning
his opponent, Howard Dick in
only 14 seconds of the third
* .* *
121 Pounds-Dan Socha (N)
defeated Brandford Stone (M),
9-5.
128 Pounds - Larry Nelson
(M) defeated George Halas (N),
9-6.
136 Pounds-Dave Space (M)
defeated Eddie Fox (N), 7-0.
145 Pounds-Jim Smith (M)
pinned Bob Ehlers (N), 2 min-
utes 44 seconds of third period
155 Pounds-Bill Stapp (M)
pinned Howard Dick (N), 14
seconds of third period.-
165 Pounds - Bud Holcombe
(M) pinned George Collias (N),
one minute 59 seconds of second
period.
175 Pounds-Tom Ragouzias
(N) defeated Jack Powers (M),
6-2.
Heavyweight-Bill Ford (N)
defeated Art Dunne (M), 5-1.
Late Scores

period. For Stapp it was his
third win in as many starts.
The third fall was registered by
Bud Holcombe in the 165-pound
clash as he ended his match with
George Colias in 1:59 of the sec-
old period.
HOLCOMBE, who was wrestling
for the first time in varsity com-
petition this year, had a near fall
at the end of the first period and
probably would have ended the
match then if time hadn't run
out.
Star Sophomore wrestler for
the Wolverines, Larry Nelson,
with a near-fall and a reverse
in the third period, came from
behind in his 128-pound battle
to beat Northwestern's George
Halas, 9-6. Nelson, also, has a
spotless record for the year with
three victories.
In the 175-pound clash, Jack
Powers, Michigan's other Confer-
ence champ, lost to the Purple
and White Captain, Tom Ragou-
zis 6-2. The match was a good
deal closer this year than last,
when Ragouzis pinned Powers in
the first six seconds.
* * *
DAVE SPACE, wrestling at 136
for Michigan, shut out his oppo-
nent, Eddie Fox, 7-0, getting five
of his points in the last period.
The other two victories for
Northwestern came as Dan Socha
beat Brad Stone, 9-5, in the 121-
pound battle and Bill Ford de-
feated Art Dunne, 5-1, in the
heavyweight tilt.

third in the flying rings
second in the parallel bar
points. Gordie Levenson

TOM TILLMAN
. . . Takes Two
** *
one of the men Loken is count-
ing on heavily in the race for
the Big Ten crown which begins
next month.
Close behind Tillman was soph-
omore sensation Connie Ettl, who
took a second in the horizontal
RoaBlock.

was third in the point scoring,
making 10 on seconds in the tumb-
ling and trampoline competition.
CHICAGO, LED by one of the
country's finest gymnasts, Walt
Seelos, took firsts in the opening
events, the side* horse and hori-
zontal bar. Tillman beat out See-
los in the flying rings but the
Maroons stayed ahead with Gordon
Thurow's victory in the parallel
bar.
Then Tillman copped the
tumbling and Ed Buchanan, Big
Ten. Western Open, NCAA and
National AAU' champion came
through in his usual flawless
form on the trampoline to put
the meet in the bag for the Wol-
verines.
Seelos was virtually a one-man
team for Chicago as he displayed
the stuff which helped the Ma-
roons to their high national rank-
ing last year. He scored 19 points,
high for the meet, with his double
triumph in the side horse and hori-
zontal bar, second in the flying
rings and third in the parallel
bars.
* * *
LOKEN, PLEASED with initial
competitive performances of his
crew, was heartened by the show-
ing of Ettl and the other sopho-
mores on the team, Bob Wyllie.
Encouraged by what seems to be
adequate reserve strength from
last year's veterans, he said that
the Wolverines would begin to con-
centrate in earnest now for the
opening of the Big Ten title race
against Minnesota on February 15.
* * *
Side Horse - Won by Walt
Seelos, (C); second, Jeff Knight,
(M); third, Bob Checkley, (M).
Horizontal Bar-Won by See-
los, (C); second, Connie Ettl,
(M); third, Gordon Giles, (C).
Flying Rings-Won by Tom
Tillman, (M); second, Seelos,
( C) ; third, Ettl, (M).
Parallel Bar-Won by Gordon
Thurow, (C); second, Ettl, (M);
third, Seelos, (C).
Tumbling-Won by Tillman,
(M); second, Levenson, (M);
third, Fred Thompson, (M).
Trampoline-Won by Ed Bu-
chanan, (M); second, Levenson,
(M); third, Tillman, (M).
LATE HOCKEY
Detroit 4, New York 2
Toronto 4, Boston 3

By JIM PARKER
(Special to The Daily)
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Michi-
gan's pucksters made a clean {
sweep of their Eastern invasion byr
beating down a scrappy Yale Blue
club here last night, 4-1, before
a capacity crowd of 3800 at the
New Haven Arena.
Previously the Wolverines had
drubbed the Princeton Tigers, 8-5,
last Friday night.
* * *
BREAKING INTO the scoring
column for the first time this sea-
son, Paul Pelow, center of the1
Michigan third line, blasted home1
two goals in the second period to,
ice the battle for the Maize and
Blue.
The first period was a spec-
tacle of frustrating Wolverine'
offensive play and brilliant net
work by the Yale goal tender'
Jim Burns who piled up 19 saves
in this stanza. Jack McDonald
also gave the fans some fancy'
goal work when he single hand-{
edly broke up a two man break-
away shot in the closing min-'
utes of the first period.
Yale broke the scoreless tie in
the second period first when soph-
omore Ted Shay slammed home a
six foot shot on an assist from
Charlie Smith at 2:51.
** *
WITH MICHIGAN'S first line
being neatly bottled up, Coach
Vic Heyliger's secondary offensive
\ all makes and models

units took up the attack when
Pelow flipped a loose puck in front
of Yale's net into the crease at
6:14 to knot the score. He was un-
assisted.
Taking a 35 foot rebound shot
from Ross Smith off Burns'
pads, Pelow picked up his sec-
ond tally on a five foot smash at
12:24.
When Yale's Bob Jones was off
the ice near the end of the period,
Smith's 40 foot drive bounced up
Frank Kittredge's skate and into
the Bulldog nets for Michigan's
third marker. Gil Burford was in
on the assist.
THE THIRD PERIOD was the
scene of the smoothest team play
of the night when at 18:35 Bur-
ford and Celley drove down on
cne lone Yale defensiveman -
Harry Havemeyer. Whipping the
puck to Celley, Burford blocked
out the defender. From ten feet,
Celley drove home the final tal-
ly of the game while Smith, inci-
dentally, was in the penalty box.
McDonald picked up 21 saves
while Burns was kept busy re-
pelling 34 Michigan attempts.

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MICHIGAN
SuprunowiczI
McIntosh F
Skala F
VanderKuy C
Morrill G
Murray G
Doyle G-F
TOTALS
WISCONSIN
Schneider F
Page F
Markham F
Rehfeldt C
Nicholas G
Mader G
TOTALS
Half-time
28, Michigan
Free throws
- McIntosh,

G
F 6
2
1
C 2
3
1
1
16,
G
3
2
0
9
5
2
21
score:
16

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1 5 13
3 4 7
1 1 3
1 2 5
0 1 6
3 3 5
0 1 2
9 17 41
F PF TP
0 2 6
2 0 6
0 3 0
3 3 21
1 3 11
5 2 9
11 13 53
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