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Way Into Track Finals
Carroll Paces Quarter-Milers; Illini Place
Twelve to Top Contestants at Champaign

Six Conference Marks Fall

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By JOHN JENKS
Special to The Daily

CHAMPAIGN-With few excep-
tions Michigan and Illinois cinder
performers ran true to form in the
uge Illinois Armory here before
a sparse gathering.
As expected the Orange and Blue
of Illinois dominated the trials,
placing 12 men to second place
Michigan's eight. 'Indiana and
Michigan State followed with six
. qualifiers each.
* * *
SO FAR the Wolverines' surprise
r performer is Horace Coleman. At
the moment the Chicago junior's
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lomnMSC
Pace Field,
Of Gymnasts
'M' Qualifies 10 Men;
Erley Ties for First
By DAN FOGEL
Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTON-Illinois and
Michigan State, Big Ten gymnas-
tics powers, dominated the preli-
minaries of the BIg Ten meet
yesterday as expected.
Michigan's gymnasts managed
to place ten men for the /finals
r tomorrow but were outdone by the
Spartans, who placed 13 men, Illi-
nois with 11 men, and Minnesota
with 12 men. .
* * ,
DUNCAN ERLEY, Michigan's
key tumbler, captured the Wolver-
ine's only first of the day but had
to be satisfied with a tie at 265
points with the Illini's terrific
Bob Sullivn;
Sullivan won the only event
completed yesterday, the All-
Round Event, by edging MSC's
Bob Feldmeier. Sulivan had four
firsts in the pfarallel bar, tum-
bling, free exercise, and long
horse events, and a second on
the flying rings.
Michigan finished in second
place in all-events competition,
scoring 10 points to the Illini's 22
points. Harry Luchs came through
for fourth place in this competi-
tion with Lee Krumbholz and
Capt. Conny Ettl not far behind
in sixth and seventh places. Michi-
gan State and Minnesota scored
11 and 7 points respectively to take
third and fourth places in all-
events.
s s S
FRANK BARE of Illinois won
the side horse but was not far
ahead of Kr mbholz, who took a
second. Ettl also managed to place
for Michigan in the ninth slot on
the side horse.
The high bar showed MSC's
Feldmeier winning with Marv
Johnson of Michigan behind him
in fourth place and versatile
Harry Luchs in sixth.
r The Wolverines also managed to
qualify two men in the parallel
bars and trampoline as Luchs and
Johnson took sixth and ninth on
the bars. Erley and Don Hurst
finished fifth and tenth behind
rowa's Frank La Due, the winner
on the trampoline.
K The flying rings was the only
event in which Michigan failed to
place. Ken Bartlett of Minnesota
finished first with Sullivan very
close behind.
The free exercise and long horse
competition counted only toward
the all-events championship but
Ettl, Luchs, and Krumbholz com-
bined for second, third and ninth
in the former. The same three
took seventh, sixth, and second
on the long horse.
The finals of the meet wil be
held at 7:30 tonight with the

Spartans and Illink still favored al-
though Michigan and Minnesota
are given outside chances.

leap of 22 feet 111/2 inches leads
the field.
Close on his heels are Arthur
Kurtz of Northwestern and Russ
Olexa of Michigan State. Kurtz
is last year's indoor champ.
Misfortune befell Coach Don
Canham's cohorts in the 70 yard
low / hurdles. Wally Atchison,
Cleveland senior, was leading his
heat when he fell on the last hur-
dle. This leaves Van Bruner the
only Michigan man in the lows.
THE TOP TIME was that of
Illini Willie Williams. He barrelled
the distance in the time of 8.1,
three tenths of a second shy of
the conference record.
John Vallortigara is the only
Wolverine among the 12 quali-
fiers. In this event the Illini
showed their strength by placing
four men. The best time of 6.3
was turned in by Northwestern's
national sprint champion Jim
Goliday.
In the quarter Michigan's Jack
Carroll led the qualifiers. He gal-
loped the distance in the fine time
of 48.8, almost two seconds better
than the 50.1 turned in by Cirilo
McStween, his nearest competitor.
* * *
BILL KONRAD, senior sprinter,
was an unexpected qualifigr for
the Wolverines.
John Ross is the only man of
three Michigan entrants still in,
the 880 yard run. Both Charles
Whiteaker and Aaron Gordon,
who had been given outside
chances to pick up points, have
been eliminated.
The best time was turned in by
Stacy Siders of Ilinois, but in the
finals he is expected to trail both
Ross and teammate Henry Cryer'
Both Atchison and Bruner quali-
fied in the 70 yard high hurdles.
Joel McNulty of Illini was clocled
in the fastest time; 8.8. McNulty
and Bruner are expected to fight
it out or the title tomorrow.
Four men have qualified in two
events, Bruner of Michigan, Wil-
liams of Illinois, Tom Hughes of
Indiana, and Bill Taylor of In-
diana.
* * *
Preliminary results of the meet:
60-Yard Dash-Williams, Illinois;
Hesseltine, Iowa; Carl, Wisconsin;
Golliday, Northwestern; Watson, In-
diana; Corley, Illinois; Murchison,
Iowa; Gregory, Minnesota; DeMoss,
Illinois; Gonzalez, Illinois; Roland,
MSC; VALLORTIGARA, MICHIGAN.
Best Time-:06.3 by Golliday.
60-Yard High Hurdles-McNulty',
I llinois; Gills, MSC; Taylor, Indiana;
Hughes, Purdue; ATCHISON, MICHI-
GAN; Thomson, Illinois; Brendel,
MSC; Corbelli, MSC;' BRUNER,
MICHIGAN; Atkinson, Wisconsin;
Mastrovitch, Purdue; Anderson, 1111-
nos. Best Time-:08.8 byrMcNulty.
880-Yard Run -- Siders, Illinois;
ROSS, MICHIGAN; Whiteman, In-
diana; Cryer, Illinois; Anderson, In-
diana; Greenlee, Wisconsin; Duis,
Wisconsin; Labrash, Indiana; Jo.
hannson, Purdue. Best Time-:54.8
by Siders.
Broad Jump-COLEMAN, MICHI-
GAN, 22-11%; Kurtz, Northwestern,
22-8; Olexa, MSC, 22-6; Thorpe, Ohio
state, 22-6; Roland, MSC, 22-5%;
'Levinson, Iowa, 22-3.
440-Yard Run-CARROLL, MICHI-
GAN; Scott, Iowa; Collins, Wisconsin;
Mcsween, Illinois; KONRAD, MICHI-
GAN; Cole, Ohio State. Best Time-
'48.8 by CARROLL.
70-Yard Low Hurdles-Williams,
Illinois; BRUNER, MICHIGAN; Dietz,
Iowa; Corley, Illinois; Taylor, In.
diana; Hughes, Purdue. Best Time-
:08.1 by Williams.
Final
MCHL Standings
W L GF GA Pts

Dil y-Don Campbell
NEAR MISS-Sterling defensive effort by Wolverines Alex Mc-
Clellan (18) and goalie Willard Ikola stops Tech forward Doug
Koski in front of the Michigan nets.
* * * . * ,
BID IMMINENT:
lers eat Tch, 11=4
To Tie for Second Place

By IVAN KAYE
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING-Captain John
Davies churned to a record break-
ig 2:15.3 performance in the 200
yard breast stroke to give Michi-
gan its only Big Ten title at the
conclusion of the second night of
the 42nd annual Western Con-
ference swimming championships
held here in the Jenison Pool yes-
terday.
The Wolverines of Coach Matt
Mann, with 29 points, found
themselves in third place as Ohio
State's mighty crew swept to a
commanding lead with 70 points,
and Michigan State clung to the
runner-up position with 32 points.
* * *
FROM THE outset it was a rec-
ord breaking meet, as Dick Cleve-
land of Ohio State, started things
off with a 22.7 time in the fifty
yard free style. This was a new
Big Ten and Jenison Pool record
for the Hawaiian speedster.
Clark Scholes of Michigan
State edged Michigan's Don Hill
by one tenth of a second to cap-
ture second place points for the
Spartans of Coach Charlie Mc-
Caffree.
Jack Taylor, the Buckeyes sen-
sational back stroker from Akron,
set a new intercollegiate, "Big Tea,
and pool record as he captured the
200 yard back stroke in the time
of 2:07.2. Taylor thus lowered his
own previous mark of 2:07.3 by
one tenth of a second. Ohio's Yo-
shi Oyakawa of Honolulu finished
behind Taylor. Michigan failed to
qualify an entrant.
* * *
FORD KONNO became the
meet's first double winner when he
breezed home in front in the 220
yard free style in the Big Ten and
pool record breaking time of 2:06.7.
Bert McLachlan beat out Michi-
gan's Burwell "Bumpy" Jones for
second place, but Wally Jeffries of
the Wolverines came In fourth to
give Matt Mann's squad three
needed points.
Following Michigan's pace
setting Davies in the 220 yard
breast stroke was Bowen Stass-
forth of Iowa. Ohio State's Ger-
ry Holan came in a close third.
Co-Captain Stewart Elliott of
the Wolverines wound up in
fourth position to give Michigan
a point edge in the event.

An Ohio State freshman, Morley
Shapiro of San Francisco, dethron-
ed defending diving champion Bob
Clotworthy, also of the Buckeyes,
in the big surprise of the evening.
Shapiro's margin of victory was
just three points. Jerry Harison of
Ohio and Bill Clingenpel of Purdue
rounded out the top four.
Mike Peppe's 400 yard free style
relay team of Herb Kobayashi,
Nick Silverio, Frank Dooley and
Cleveland edged Michigan State's
four man squad in the record
breaking time of 3:25.4. This shat-
tered the Big Ten mark of 3:27.6
set by the same Buckeyes last year
at Minneapolis. Cleveland sped
through the last lap in the unbe-
lievable time of 48.6.
50-Yard Free Style-1, Dick Cleve-
land, OSU; 2, Clarke Scholes, MSC;
3, -Don Hill, 'M'; 4, Keith Peterson,
NU; 5, Tom Payette, MSC; 6, Al Kuhn,
NU. Time-.:22.7. (Betters Big Ten
record of :22.8 by Jack Rebney, in
1951.)
200-Yard Back Stroke-1, Jack Tay-
lor, OSU; 2, Yoshi Oyakawa, OSU; 3,
Larry Meyer, Indiana; 4, Hal Shoup,
MSC; 5, Bill Hatlem, Purdue; 6, Ev-
erett Brooks, Purdue. Time-2:07.2.
(Betters intercollegiate record of
2:07.3 b Taylor in 1951; Big Ten rec-
ord of 2:08.7 by Taylor in 1951.)
220-Yard Free Style' 1, Ford Konno,
OSU; 2, Bert McLachlan, MSC; 3,
Burwell Jones, 'M'; 4, Wallace Jeff-
ries, 'M'; 5, Dick Talbot, Purdue; 6,
Frank Dooley, OSU; Time-2:06.7.
(Betters Big Ten record of 2:08.4 by
Bill Smith in 1947.)
200-Yard Breast Stroke: 1-Davies,
(M), 2-Stassforth (Iowa), 3-Holan
(OSU), 4-Elliott (M), 5-Clemons
(Ill), 6-Pendleton (I1). Time--2:15.3
(New Big Ten and Pool Record).
One Meter Diving: won by Shapiro
(OSU), 2-Clotworthy (OSU), 3-Har-
rison (OSU), 4-Clinlgenpeel (Pur-
due), 5-Marino (OSU), 6-Broeder
(Iowa). Points: 463.55.
400-Yard Free Style Relay: won by
Ohio State (Kobayashi, Silverio,
Dooley, Cleveland), 2 - Michigan
State, 3-Michigan, 4-Northwestern,
5-Iowa,.6-Wisconsin. Time: 3:25.4
(New Big Ten and Pool Record).

By ED WHIPPLE
Michigan's hockey team went on
a scoring binge 'last night in the
Coliseum to wreck Michigan Tech,
11-4, and pull into a tie with Den-
ver for second in the Midwest
League.
The Wolverines and Pioneers
both have won nine and lost three
in the MCHL, leaving the disposi-
tion of the second western bid to
the NCAA championships in the
hands of the selection committee.
* * *
THE FIVE coaches will an-
nounce their choice immediately
after the Wolverines 'have ended
their regular season tonight with
another battle against Tech.
Coach Vic Heyliger's Maize
and Blue skaters will be gunning
for their twentieth victory of
the camppign when they face off
at 8 p.m. in the Hill Street Ice
Emporium.
Every Wolverine save Paul Pe-
low and goalies Willard Ikola and
Bill Lucier partook of the scoring
feast at the expense of the hapless
Huskies, who now have lost 12
straight in the league.
* . *
DEFENSEMAN Jimmie Haas!
moved up front long enough to
drive home two first period goals
and garner an assist later; Bob
Heathcott, leading Michigan scor-
er, was the game's top point-getter
with two goals and two assists;
George Chin had two tallies and
an assist. The remaining Michigan
points were rather equitably dis-
tribuaed among 10 other Wolver-
ines.
Graham Cragg, veteran de-
enseman, who seemed destined
to play hs last season in Maize
and Blue without scoring a goal,
flashed the red light at 17;44 of
the second stanza and later gar-
nered an assist.
Cragg missed his first try at
Wrestlers
Place Four
(Continued from Page 1)
The other team that placed
men in the semi-final round were
Purdue with five, led by stand-
out 123-pounder Al Vega and
ex-147 pound champ Gino Mor-
eno.
Wisconsin placed four, among
them conference 157 pound cham-
pion Don Ryan. Northwestern and
Minnesota put in three men each,
Ohio State had two and one Iowa
grappler reached the semi-final
round.
The meet will continue at the
Intra-Mural Building with the
semi-final Tatches at 2:30, con-
solation matches at 2:45 and 7:30,
and the championship matches at
8:45.

point blank range, but whacked
home the rebound from a scram-
ble for his initial marker of the
season.
* * *
AS LATE AS 9:51 of the second
period the score was knotted, 3-3,
but when the stanza ended the
Wolverines led, 7-3, thanks to a
long rebound by Heathcott, Chin's
10-footer, Cragg's whack, and Alex
McClellan's solo when a Huskie
defenseman's pass went astray.
Harry Taylor in the Tech nets
stopped 32 shots, 21 in the first
period, but he still felt the red
light on his neck more times in
one game than any other goalie
Michigan has faced this year,
save Michigan State's Del Reid.
Referees Ace Lee and Rabbit.
'McVeigh whistled for only nine
penalties, each team scored twice
while the other was short-handed,
and the' Wolverines tallied twice
with teammates in the sin bin.
The visitors' scoring was han-
dled mainly by Wing Paul Tor-
mala (two goals) and defenseman
Joe deBastiani (one goal, two-as-
sists). Their three markers came
in succession in the first and set-
ond periods to overcome a 3-0
Michigan advantage.
* s *
FIRST PERIOD: 1 - Michigan,
Heathcott (Martinson), 4:51; 2 --
Michigan, Haas (Heathcott, Mullen),
AZ:14; 3-Michigan, Haas (Shave,
Chin), 112:45; 4-Tech, deBastiani
(Maki, Monahan), 13:10.
Penalties-none.
SECOND PERIOD: 5-Tech, Tor-
mala (unassisted), 2:46; 6-Tech,
Tormala (deBastiani), 9:51; 7-Michi-
gan, Heathcott (Mullen, Martinson),
10:29; 8-Michigan, Chin (Phiipott,
Cooney), 15:06; 9-Michigan, Cragg
(Martinson, Heathcott), 17:44; 1--
Michigan, McClellan (unassisted),
19:31.«
Penalties - Michigan: Martinson
(hooking), Chin (slashing), Haas
(hooking); Tech: McGinn (illegal
check), McGinn (kneeing); all two,
minutes.
THIRD PERIOD: 11-Tech, Puro
(deBastiani, Kestner), 2:22; 12-Chin
(Philpott, . McClellan), 8:39; 13-
Michigan, Keyes (May, McKennell),
13:00; 14-Michigan, Cooney (Haas),
16:35; 15 - Michigan, Martinson
(Cragg, Mullen), 18:40.
Penalties-Michigan: Mullen (trip-
ping), Heathcott (tripping); Tech:
Tormala (tripping), Rautiola (illegal
check); al two minutes.

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