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11, 1951

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OSURolls to Big Ten Swim ile; Michigar,

Third

Hoover Wins
Milwaukee
Hurdle Title
Two Mile Relay
I Team Takes 2nd
Special to The Daily
A MILWAUKEE-Michigan's cap-
tain, Don Hoover, last night re-
r peated his conference meet win
over Michigan State's Jesse Thom-
as, grabbing the 50-yard hurdle
event in the Milwaukee Journey
Relays.
, Hoover covered the distance in
6.3 seconds in beating Thomas to
the tape.
THE SPARTANS turned the
tables on the Wolverines in the
two-mile relay, however.
MSC's Don Makielski loosed
a burst of speed to catch Wol-
.verine anchor man, Aaron Gor-
don at the finish and give his
team a three-yard triumph in
7:52.4.
In the feature field event of the
meet the leapin' parson, Bob Rich-
ards, once again soared over the
15 foot mark to cop the pole vault
event with a leap of 15 feet %
inches.
DON LAZ of the University of
Illinois failed in his three at-
tempts to clear the same height to
f finish second to the "vaulting vi-
ear" from California. Laz's best
leap last night was 14 feet 8 inches.
Meanwhile at Hamilton, On-
tario another group of Michigan
cindermen were showing their
wares in the Canadian National
Championships.
Distanceman Don McEwen pac-
ed the field to win the mile run in
4:18.0. The Wolverine speedster
lwas hindered by a slow, 12 lap
track which explains his com-
paratively slow time.
Other Michigan entrees were
Freshmen Buddy Bristow, who fin-
ished second in the Canadian Jun-'.
or championship 300 yard run
and fourth in the 60 yard dash;
George Christiansen, who placed
third in the Junior mile;, and
John Ross who nabbed fifth in the
National Senior mile.

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JOHN DAVIES
... takes breast stroke

Dayton Stops'
LIT, 77=71
NEW YORK--RP)-The Univer-
sity of Dayton Flyers won a nip
and tuck see-saw thriller from
Lawrence Tech of Detroit, 77-71,
yesterday in the opening game
of the 14th National Invitation
Tournament at Madison Square
Garden.
In the second game of the tour-
nament, sharpshooting Seton Hall
knocked Beloit (Wis.) out of the
All' Varsity Wrestling win-
ners will please report to Rent-
schler's studio, 319 E. Huron,
at 12:15 Tuesday for the squad
picture.
-Cliff Keen
race, running away in the second
half for a 71-57 victory. The South
Orange, N.J., Pirates thus advan-
ced to the quarter finals with
Dayton.
A matinee crowd of 9,251 at
Madison Square Garden watched
the 14th annual NIT affair get
under way. In evening games, Cin-
cinnati played St. Bonaventure
(NY) and La Salled of, Philadel-
phia tackled St. Louis.
LATE CAGE SCORES
Kansas 37, Oklahoma 27
St. Louis 76, LaSalle 61

Icers TopHuskies;
Celley Ups Record
By KEITH MILLER
The Michigan puck chasers closed their regular season last night
at the Coliseum spanking the Michigan Tech Huskies 7-4 to earn
their twentieth victory of the season against four defeats and a tie.
An estimated 2,300 fans sat in on the proceedings which saw Neil
Celley increase his record total to 74 points by netting two goals and
an assist.
* * * *
HOWEVER, the evening's leading goal getter was Tech's Ray
Puro, who came up with a three goal effort past the Wolverines goal
tender Earl Keyes, a substitute for the fiu-riddened Hal Downes.
In addition to Celley's pair of markers, Michigan scores were
cage, by Johnny Matchefts with two, Alec McClellan, Bob Heath-
cott, and Johnny McKennell with one apiece.
Celley capped his regular season's play with one of the prettiest
goals seen this winter in the Hill Street ice emporium. This counter
came at 15:59 of the third stanza and was the Wolverines sixth score
of the night.
THE EVELETH, Minnesota flash took a pass from Matchefts at
the blue line, raced toward the Huskie net with only defenseman
Lloyd Rautiola between "Seal" and the goalie Lloyd Coombe.
By applying the brakes Celley faked Rautiola to the ice; then
Coombe faced the menacing 'M' forward, but he was no match
for Celley, who outfaked the net minder to slip the disc into the
twine.
It is play such as this that Boston University must contend with
when the two clubs meet in the first NCAA tournament game on
Thursday, March 15 at Colorado Springs.
* * * *
COLORADO COLLEGE faces Brown University in the second
encounter Friday and the finals will be held Saturday between the
two winners.
The Wolverines will go into the pro ranks to play the world
champion Detroit Red Wings Tuesday at the Coliseum. Vic
Heyliger, the Wolverines affable mentor, states the game will be
primarily an exhibition with the Maize and Blue freshmen
allowed to play.
After the Red Wings clash the Wolverines will pack their bags
and leave for Colorado Springs on Wednesday via the air route.
In their season's finale the Wolverines displayed both a fine
offense and an adequate defense with the defensemen clearing the
puck in a speedy fashion before their inexperienced goalie ,Earl Keyes.
Two of the Tech counters were on rebounds, on which Keyes and
his mates didn't have too much of a chance to stop the puck.
* * * *
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Heathcott (Naylor, May),
5:37; 2-Michigan, McClellan (Marmo, Bassey), 18:08; 3-Mich-
igan, Matchefts (unassisted), 19:20; 4-Michigan Tech, Reall
(unassisted), 19:59. Penalties-Burford (tripping), McKennell
(checking center ice), Celley & Rautiola (high sticking).
SECOND PERIOD: '5-Michigan, Celley (Burford), 7:25;
6-Michigan Tech, Puro (DeBastiani), 7:44; 7-Michigan, Mc-
Kennell (Heathcott), 16:15. Penalties-none.
THIRD PERIOD: 8-Michigan Tech, Puro (Adams),.9:08;
9-Michigan, Celley (Matchefts), 15:59; 10-Michigan, Matchefts
(Celley, Burford), 16:46; 11-Michigan Tech, Puro (Reall),
18:56. Penalties-Cragg (tripping).
FIRST WIN:

STEW ELLIOTT
. . .first in swim
* * *
SWIM SUMMARIES
200-YARD BREAST STROKE --
Won by Davies (M); 2-Holan (OSU);
3-Balmores (OSU); 4-Omans (MSC);
5-Dunlop (P). Time-2:18.4.
200-YARD BACKSTROKE-Won by
Taylor (OSU); Sonner (OSU); 3-
Meyer (Ind.); 4-Leaf (OSU); 5--
Prata (OSU). Time-2:08.7.
50-YARD FREE STYLE-Won by
Scholes (MSC); 2-Rebney (Minn.);
3-Garst (Ia.); 4-Peterson (NU); 5-
Whiteleather (OSU). Time-23.0.
400-YARD FREE STYLE-Won by
OSU; 2-MSC; 3-Iowa; 4-Indiana;
5-Michigan. Timne-3 :27.6.
1 METER DIVING-Won by Clot-
worthy (OSU); 2-Clingenspeel (..);
3-Coffey (OSU); 4-Marino (P); 5-
Hubley (P).
220-YARD FREE STYLE-Won by
McLachlan (MSC); 2-Dooley (OSU);
3 - Wallen (NU); 4 - Hoogerhyde
(MSC); 5-Jeffries (M). Time-2:10.9.
100-YARD BACKSTROKE-Won by
Taylor (OSU); 2-Sonner (OSU); 3-
Brooks; 4-Kahn (M); 5-Schoup
(MSC). Time-:57.7.
100-YARD BREASTSTROKE - Won
by Elliott (M); 2-Davies (M); 3-
Holan (O); 4-Dunlop (P); 5-Patten
(MSC). Time-:60.4.
100-YARD FREE STYLE-Won by
Scholes (MSC); 2-Kobayashin(O);
3-Hoogerhyde (MSC); 4-Whitelea-
ther (OSU); 5-Garst (Ia.). Time-
:50.7 (New record.GOldrecord, :51.3 by
Wally Ris, Iowa, 1949).
440-YARD FREE STYLE-Won by
McLachlan (MSC); 2 - Anderson
(Minn.); 3-Childs (M); 4-Jeffries
(M); 5-Wallin (NU). Time-4:41.8.
150 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
Won by Balmores (OSU); 2-Meyer
(Ind.); 3-Johnson (Ia.); 4-Carlisle
(M); 5-Prata (OSU). Time-1:34.0.
TIIREE-METER DIVING-Won by
Clothworthy (OSU); 2-Coffee (OSU);
3-Marino (OS); 4-Clingenpeel (P);
5-Broader (Ia.). Winning points:
364.9.
300-YARD MEDLEY RELAY-Won
by Ohio State; 2-Michigan; 3-Pur-
due 4-Michigan State; 5-North-
western. Time 2:54.0.

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Gymnasts Tame Wildcats, 56-40

Special to The Daily
EVANSTON - Led by Connie
Ettl, who grabbed two firsts, a
second, and two thirds, Michigan
hit the victory trailsin gymnastics
for the first time in 1951 here last
night, defeating Northwestern, 66-
40.
The Wolverines won four first
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places on their way to the win,
and the all-around balance of
Newt Loken's squad was too much
for the Wildcats.
Captain Ed Buchanan, who's
won trampoline championships as
often as Truman has written con-
troversial letters, took that event
with ease. Don Hurst, an improved
tramp man, was unable to compete
because of illness.
Ettl won the high bar and the
parallel bar events, and took a
second on the flying rings. He
also placed a close third in tum-
bling and sidehorse to become the
biggest point-getter in the match.
Northwestern's only firsts came
in the side horse and tumbling.
Don Weatherly edged out Michi-
gan's Jeff Knight in the former
event, and Bob Zima tumbled to
a win over the Wolverine's Fred
Thompson.
John Mills, who was fifth to
Ettl's fourth in the Illinois meet
last weekend, took the flying rings
from his teammate against the

Wildcats, with a rhythmic per-
formance.
Ettl's triumph in the high bar
was bolstered by Bob Checkley,
who was a good second. North-
western's John Peacock placed
third. In the parallel bars, North-
western's Bob Seaburg and Wea-
therly were sedond and third to'
Ettl, while Michigan's Wally Nei-
mann placed fourth.
.* * *
SUMMARIES:
SIDE HORSE-Won by Weatherby
(NW), Knight (M) 2, EttI (M) 3,
Checkley (M). 4, Dickshinski (NW);
HIGH BAR-Won by Ettl (M), Check-
lcy (M) 2, Peacock (NW) 3, Dick-
shinski (NW) 4, Mills (M) 5; PAR-
ALLEL BARS-Won by Ettl (M), Sea-
burg (NW) 2, We herly (NW) 3,
Neimann (M) 4, Peacock (NW) 5;
FLYING RINGS-Won by Mills (M),
Ettl (M) 2, Weatherly (NW) 3, Pea-
cock (NW) 4, Dickshinski (NW) 5;
TUMBLING-Won by Zima (NW),
Thompson (M) 2, Ettl (M) 3, Seaburg
(NW) 4, Wyllie (M) 5; TRAMPOLINE
-Won by Buchanan (M), Davidson
(M) 2, Zima (NW) 3, Seaburg (NW) 4,
Peacock (NW) 5.

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