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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1954 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Santee Runs Wild
In MSC Relay Meet
Michigan Cinder Squad Garners
Laurels in One, Two Mile Relays

IKOLA STARS IN WOLVERINE NETS:
Mullen, Chin Lead Maize and Blue Hockey Victory

By AL EISENBERG
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
tracksters could cop only two first
places yesterday as Kansas' fabu-
lous Wes Santee stole the show in
the 32nd annual Michigan State
Y Relays.
The Kansas distance ace spark-
ed a pair of relay teams to new
records, the highlight coming in
the distance medley where San-
tee sped the anchor mile in a
sensational 4:02.6 to give his team
a new American record.
PUNCTUATING the two-day
track extravaganza was the accu-
sation last night by Wolverine
coach Don Canham that Spartan
mentor Karl Schlademan "went
against his word" by not entering
a strong team in the distance
medley relay.
Canham claimed that he and
Schlademan had a "gentleman's
agreement" to field strong teams
against the Kansas powerhouse
in the distance medley "for the
good of track." The Michigan
roach indicated that he felt it
r was better to give the fans the
best races possible rather than
spread the. talent among the
various events.
As it was the Wolverines were
left holding the bag as the San-
tee-sparked Jayhawk outfit ran
away from Michigan in the dis-
tance medley, while Schlademan
packed his top men into the two-
mile and sprint relays with the
excuse that his team should "look
good" before the home folks.
The tables were turned, how-
ever, when a Wolverine team of
George Lynch, Roy Christianson,
John Moule, and Pete Gray won
the two-mile event by 20 yards

whlie other Illini winners were
Wilie Williams in the 75 yard
dash, Ralph Fessenden in the
300 yard run, and Willard
Thomson who tied the mheet
standard of :09.1 in the 75 yard
high hurdles.
One of the most exciting events
of the night was the sprint med-
ley relay in which Kansas, with
Santee anchoring once again,
came from behind to nip Michigan
State at the wire and set a meet
and fleldhouse record of 3:28.7.
Michigan came in a poor fourth
in the event.
* * *
MICHIGAN hopes received a
blow when Canham announced
that Ross McNab, a promisingI
sophomore sprinter who had been
counted on in the mile relay,
would be out for an indefinite per-

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MULLEN, who assisted on all;
three of Chin's goals as well as'
on Pat Cooney's in the first per-:
iod, was high scorer for the night
with six points as he bagged a
pair of goals himself.
Bill MacFarland, leading goal
scorer on the Wolverines to
date, added his 23rd and 24th
goals of the campaign as he
continued his display of out-
standing stick-handling.
After retiring to the dressing.
room shortly before the end of
the second period with a shoulder
injury, he returned to the ice for
the third session and promptly
notched his second goal at the :45
mark after a solo dash up the left
boards.

FIRST PERIOD
1-Michigan, MacFarland (Phil-
pott) 8:30; 2-Michigan, Cooney
(Mullen) 19:07.
Penalties - Michigan. Buchanan
(cross-checking); Mullen (cross-
checking; Dunn (elbowing; Cooney
(roughing); Colorado-Royal (rough,-
ing); Silverberg (roughing).
SECOND PERIOD
3-Colorado, Rompre (C. Smith)
:25; 4-Colorado, Robson (C. Smith)
2:04; 5-Michigan, Chin (Mullen,
Cooney) 8:12; 6-Michigan, Chin
(Mullen, Haas) 11:30; 7-Michigan,

Seventh Straight for leers

Chin (Mullen, Haas) 12:40; 8-Mich-
igan, Mullen (Cooney) 16:14.
Penalties--Michigan, Hebert (in-
terference); Cooney (tripping); Col-
orado, major,bRobson (misconduct),
minor, Silverberg (slashing); East-
wood (tripping).
THIRD PERIOD
9-Michigan, MacFarland (unas-
sisted) :47; 1-Michigan, Philpott
(MacFarland, Hebert) 5:33; 11-
Michigan, Mullen (Philpott) 16:48.
Penalties-Michigan, major, Mac-
Farland (fighting); minor, MacFar-
land (Illegal-checking); Colorado--
major, Silverberg (fighting).

several more times in the wide-
open game.
Cooney s goal in the final min-
ute of the opening period increas-
ed the Michigan margin to 2-0 at
the first intermission, but Cheddy'
Thompson's Colorado sextet wast-
ed little time in tieing it up.
BOB ROMPRE tallied the first
only :25 after the middle session
opened as he banged home line-
mate Clare Smith's direct pass-
out from a face-off deep in the
Wolverine end. Smith set up the
second tally less than two min-
utes later as he fed Ed Ribson a
perfect goal mouth pass.
From that point on it was all
Michigan as Chin started the ball
rolling for the Wolverines. The
9-2 win, combined with Friday
night's 5-1 victory, gives Michigan
a sweep of the series and seven
victories in a row.
Next week-end the Wolverines
engage Michigan State's Spartans
in a home-and-home series. Fri-
day's game will be at East Lansing
with Saturday's contest here at
the Coliseum.

B otonians
Genuine Handsewn Moccasins
Down-to-earth Bostonian comfort in the
perfect slipper-fit and rich, mellow leath-

Along with Michigan's abil-
ity to take advantage of Colo-
rado penalties was their ability
to successfully defend Ikola
when the Wolverines were short-
handed.
On several occasions the Mich-

* * * igan rear guard of Jim Haas, Burt
THE OTHER Michigan tally Dunn, and' Neil Buchanan was
was scored by Doug Philpott early tested, but each time it effective-
in the third period after taking ly kept the majority of shots from
passes from MacFarland and Yves reaching the goal crease.
Hebert, who played most of ..the * *
evening on the second line. THE WOLVERINES started the

scoring at the 8:30 mark of the
opening period when MacFarland
scored his first goal, after constant
pressure by the Wolverine for-
wards had kept Colorado Goalie
Ken Kinsley hopping for about
five minutes.
Kinsley who virtually played
the game without a defense,
turned back 28 -shots during
the contest, many in sensation-
al style. Were it not for his
excellent goaltending, the Wol-
verines might easily have scored

CAMPUS R00TERY

304 S. State

the Coliseum.

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in the slow time of 7:46.3.
* , *
IN THE distance medley Grant DON CANHAM
Scruggs, Pete Gray, and John ... "double-crossed"
Moule gave Michigan anchorman
John Ross a 15 yard lead on San- iod, the reason being an appen-
tee, bit the-Jayhawk spurted past dectomy operation performed late
the Big Ten mile champ to win! Friday night.
by half a lap and shatter the A couple of brighter spots in
American record of 10:04.5 set by the Wolverine cinder picture
Michigan at the same meet in were evident, though.
1952. One was the performance of
The Kansas team turned in a Ron Wallingford, a sophomore
time of 9:51.4 for the combined who after leading most of the
440, 880, % mile and mile dis- way lost the two mile in the
tances. stretch to veteran Gene Mathews
In the one mile relay the Maize of Purdue.
and Blue team of Pete Sutton, * *
Bob Brown, Jack Carroll, and THE OTHER bright spot was
Grant Scruggs had little trouble the performance of Roger Maugh,
in picking up Michigan's second who tfnished in a tie with two
victory as the quartet won by 40 others for second place in the
yards in the quick time of 3:20.3. pole vault with a leap of 13' 4".
* * Michigan captain Fritz Nilsson
ILLINOIS showed the power got off a heave of 53'1" in the
Michigan will have to cope with shot put, yet was beaten for the
in next week's dual meet and in second straight time by Miami's
the approaching Big Ten Cham- Tom Jonse, who tossed the shot
pionships as Illini won four indi- 53' 9".
vidual events. John Vallortigara placed in a
Gene Maynard set a new meet pair of events for the Wolverines,
and fleldhouse record as he won taking second in the 300 and fifth
the 1000 yard run in 2:13.9, in the 75 yard dash.
Michigan State Relay Review

Everybody who's anybody
works on. the Ensian Staff'

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Broad jump-1, John Bennett, Mar-
quette, 24 feet 614 inches. 2, Alfred
Pascen, Purdue, 23 4Y. 3, Junior
Steilstra, Michigan, 23 2%. 4, Tom
Hendricks, Michigan, 23 1.
300-yard run-1, Ralph Fessenden,
Illinois. 2, John Vallorigari, Michi-
gan. :31.2.
75-yard dash-i, Bill Williams, Illi-
y nois; 2, Ira Murchison, Western
Michigan; 3, Travis Buggs, Michi-
gan state; 4, Edgar Brabham, Michi-
gan State; 5, John Vallortigara, Mich-
Igan. :07.8.
Sprint medley relay-1, Kansas; 2,
Michigan State; 3, Notre Dame; 4,
Michigan; 5, Central Michigan. 3:28.7.
600-yard run-1, Ben Youtsey, Pur-
due. 2, Al Roberts, Ohio State. 3,
Jerry Rowe, Kansas State. 4, Tom

Lehmkul, Marquette. 5, Bill Barton,
Michigan. 1:14.1.
High jump-1, Ron Mitchell, Illi-
nois, 6 feet 6% inches. 2, five-way tie
among Bernard Allard, Notre Dame;
Mark Booth, Michigan; Dick Wham,
Illinois; Bob Miller, Drake, and Don
Hilimer, Michigan State, 6-4.
Two mile relay-1, Michigan. 2,
Michigan State. 7:46.3.
Two mile run-1, Gene Matthews,
Purdue. 2, Ron Wallingford, Michi-
gan. 9:28.8.
Pole Vault-1, Joe Springer, Notre
Dame, 13 feet 8 inches. 2, Three-way
time among Roger Maugh, Michigan;
Ralph Cingo, Purdue, and Dale Fos-
ter, Illinois, 13-4. 5, John Hilberry,
Michigan, 13.
University one-mile relay-1, Mich-
igan. 2, Michigan State 3:20.3.

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