mU1NJf.X, IE1iRUA4t 9 "5" .THE MICHIGAN DAILY
McKennell Scores Two;
Chin Nets Third Marker
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By BOB LANDOWNE
A flashy forward in John Mc-.
Kennell, and a sturdy netminder
in Willard Ikola were all Michigan
needed to down the MGil Redmen
at the Coliseum last night.
The score was 3-1.
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THE TORONTO right wing
scored the first two goals for the
Wolverines, one each in the first
and second periods. He thereby
racked up five goals in the week-
end series against the Montreal
For the first two periods of
play it seemed that Ikola would
match his previous night's per-
formancesby again shutting out
Guy Bourgoin finally snapped
the Eveleth goalie's scoreless
string against McGill at 105 min-
utes when he hooked a rebound
into the Michigan nets at 5:21 of
the final stanza.
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THE MCGILL goal made the
score 2-1 at the moment, but the
Wolverines regained their two goal
lead just a minute later.
George Chin tallied from up
close for Michigan at 6:37 to
clinch matters for the evening.
Coach Vic Heyliger's squad has
now compiled a season's record of
16 wins and 4 losses, which in-
cludes five out of six victories
with three tough Canadian teams.
Four games still remain on the
Wolverine puck schedule.
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MCKENNELL stole the show in
the first two periods and tried des-
perately throughout the third per-
iod to turn the "hat trick" for
the second night in a row. He
came close on a couple of occa-
sions but couldn't quite do it.,
His first tally of the game
came near the half way mark of
the opening period. He took a
long pass from Captain Earl
Keyes at the blue line and with
a tremendous burst of speed he
skated around the one defense-
man that was between him and
the McGill goal.
Once he was by himself he
found no trouble in stickhandling
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the puck past MGill goalie Bob
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IN THE SECOND period Mc-
Kennell made it 2-0 Michigan.
Wolverine defenseman Alex Mc-
Clellen had shoved the puck
through the McGill defense and
the disc rolled toward the McGill
Once again McKennell ex-
hibited his skating speed. He
beat goalie MacLellan in the
race for the puck and then sent
a short shot into the vacated
FIRST PERIOD: -Michigan, Mc-
Kennell (Keyes, Mullen), 9:36.
Penatties-Michigan: Martinson (in-
terference); McGill: McElheron
(hooking); two minutes each.
SECOND PERIOD: 2-Michigan, Mc-
Kennell (McClellan), 7:08.
Penalties-McGill: McGowan (rough-
ing); Michigan: Cooney (tripping);
two minutes each.
THIRD PERIOD: 3-McGill,, Bourgoin
(Schutz, McEheron), 5:21; 4-Michi-
gan, Chin (Cooney, Haas), 6:37.
Penalties-McGill: McElheron (slash-
ing), Bourgoin (high sticking), Apile-
by (high sticking), two minutes each;
Michigan: Cooney (high sticking)
two minutes; McClellan (fighting),
Two Illinois juniors spelled de-
feat for the Wolverine gymnastics
team yesterday at Illinois as Mich-
igan succumbed to the Illini, 621/-
Bob Sullivan, voted Illinois' most
valuable player in 1951, pulled23
points out of the hat by winning
the' high bar, flying rings, and
tumbling, and gaining third place
on the trampoline and fourth on
the parallel bars.
HIS TEAMMATE Frank Bare
grabbed first on the side horse,
second on the high bar, third on
the horizontal bars, and fifth on
the flying rings for a 14 point total.
The two together scored more
points than Michigan's whole
Michigan's best effort was made
by Harry Luchs. Luchs took the
Wolverines' only first of the day
Lucius Craggbuster, '55
NROTC, a recent tryout for the
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portunities offered by this great
on the parallel bars and managed
third places on the high bar and
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..FROM THE START of the meet,
Michigan was faced with bad luck
as Don Hurst rolled off the tram-
poline in the middle of his routine.
Later, Connie Ettl flew completely
off the high bar while trying a
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Jim Vrooman at 6' 2" in the high
Spartan Charles Roland squeak-
ed through in the broad jump, with
23' %", outleaping Wolverine Hor-
ace Coleman by less than an inch.
The Michigan team of John
Carroll, Konrad, Chuck Whittaker,
and Dan Hickman beat out a State
foursome of Louis Vargha, Ray-
mond Dosky, Lee Jones, and Rich-
ard Jarrett in the mile relay in
ONE MILE RUN-1, Don McEwen
and John Ross, UM (Tie); 3, Jim
Kepford, MSC. 4:15.5. (Betters meet
record of 4:19.9 by Herb Barten, UM,
BROAD JUMP-1, Charles Roland,
MSC, 23 feet % inches; 2, Horace
Coleman, UM, 22 feet 11% inches; 3,
Russell Olexa, MSC, 22 feet 13 inches.
60 YARD DASH-1, John Vallorti-
gara, UM; 2, Louis Vargha, MSC; 3,
Art Ingram, MSC. :06.6.
440 YARD RUN-1, Jphn Carroll,
UM; 2, Bill Konrad, UM; 3, Ray
Dosky, MSC. :49.2. (Betters meet rec-
ord of :49.4 by Val Johnson, UM, in
70 YARD HIGH HURDES-1, Van
Bruner, UM; 2, John Corbelli, MSC;
3, Walter Atchison, UM. :08.7. (Bet-
ters field house record of :09.0 by
John Corbelli, MSC, in 1952.)
TWO MIE RUN-1, Don McEwen,
UM; 2, Jerry Zerbe, MSC; 3, Ron
Barr, MSC. 9:15.0. (Betters old meet
record of 9:40.2 by Birdsall, UM, in
SHOT PUT-1, Roland Nilsson, UM,
54 feet 5% inches; 2, Tom Johnson,
UM, 49 feet s inch; 3, Don Schies-
swohl, MSC, 48 feet 6Th inches.
880 YARD RUN-1, John Ross, UM;
2, George Jacobi, UM; 3, Dick Jarrett,
MSC. 1:54.4. (Betters meet record of
1:55.9 by Herb Barten, UM, in 1948.)
Wilt Shatters Two-Mile
Record; Wins in 8:50.7
NEW YORK-(P)-Flying Fred this season that Wilt has run
Wilt of the FBI, running at his two-mile distance. The other
natural distance, shattered Greg casion was in the Knights ofr
Rice's American indoor two-mile umbus games, the first mi
record by running the distance in meet of the season, when he
8:50.7 last night in the G4-A the fastest flat-flor two-miles f
games at Madison Square Garden. turned in-8 :59.5.
While a rowd of 11!00 cheered
him on, Wilt opened up ground In beating Rice's 9-year-c
on Horace Ashenfelter, a New mark of 8:51, Wilt, who I
York Athletic Club teammate, in spent most of the season chE
the last threelaps. ing Don Gehrman across t
* C * Ifinish in mile runs, permitt
IT WAS ONLY the second time Bill Ashenfelter and broth.
Horace, to set the pace.
Bill grabbed it at the outset,
T i raei sters hung on for more than a mile.
Michigan-MSC grapplers Tie;
Dunne Loss Decides Contest
By HERB COHEN
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING-Michigan and
Michigan State College, two of the
best teams in the Western Confer.
ence, postponed any decisive grap-
pling clash until the Big Ten meet
next month when they tied 13-13
here last night.
ART "MOOSE" Dunne, Michi-
gan's experienced heavyweight,
lost a close 4-0 decision to Larry
Fowler to let the Spartans come
up from a 13-10 defiicit.
The closeness was illustrated
by the fact that there were two
draws. Both in the 137-pound
and 167-pound classes, the grap-
plers could reach no decision.
In a very exciting match at 130-
pounds, Dick Gunner of MSC fin-
ally outlasted Michigan's Skip Na-
lan, 7-5, on two points riding time.
The match was tied, 5-5, at the
end of regulation time, but a time
advantage gained primarily in the
second period gave Gunner his
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JACK GALLON, Michigan's fine
137-pounder, ended his match in
a 1-1 draw with MSC's Ed. Cosa-
licchio. This was only the second
time in his collegiate career that
Gallon had failed to win.
Capt. Bud Holcomb, the Wolver-
ines' 167-pounder, continued to
exemplify the tenseness of the
meet by tieing MSC's Horace
Bender, 2-2. Even the riding time
in the match was tied, each man
having one minute.
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177-POUNDER Dick O'Shaug-
nessy put Michigan temporarily
ahead when he completely out-
classed Dick Thornton, the Spar-
tan light-heavyweight by an 11-3
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