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TUESIKY, FEBRUARY 22,195S

"THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PA MOM

TUE8DIY, FEBRUARY 22, 195~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAG? ~EVE?4

Lia tmen

Crush Spartans,

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19-7

Kramer Hits
24, But I'-
falls, 72-8
(Continued from Page 1)
Stern's 6 quick points, closed the
gap to 3. From this point on, Mich-
igan stayed from 3 to 6 points be-
hind until the Closing minutes
when the stage was set for their
futile rally.
As seen so often in the past,
Michigan's main trouble was its
failure to hit on a high percentage
of shots from the floor. While the
Buckeyes were hitting 26 field
goals out of 59 attempts for a 44%
average, Michigan could only hit
on 26 out of 94 for a dismal 27%.
The Wolverines hit on 16 of 25

Grapplers Show Championship Form
As Haney, Rodriguez, McMahon Star

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OSU Revenge

MCHGAN
Stern, f .-
Groffsky, f ....
Williams, f ....
Kramer, ca.....
Eaddy, g ......
Jorgenson, g ...
Shearon, g ....

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6
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16

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4
3
3
4
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5
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24

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13
6
2
24
15
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Totals .......26

OHIO STATE G F
J. Miller, f ....10 9
Short, f ....... 2 3
Wigton, f ..... 0 0
Kelley,. e ...... 8 4
Mosier, ...... 0 0
Millard, g ..... 0 0
Ellis, g ........ 6 4
Keeling, g ..... 0 0
Totals ......26 . 20
Free throws missed:

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2 29
5 7
0 0
2 20
1 0
3 0
2 16
0 0
16 72
Michi-

DON KELLY
... hooks ruin Michigan
Laryngitis
Hits Wiese,
Gym Star
A severe blow has been struck
the Michigan gymnastics team
when it was announced yesterday
by Coach Newt Loken that valu-
able sophomore Nick Wiese has
been confined to his bed with a
case of laryngitis.
Whether Wiese will be able to
compete in the big Ohio State
meet here this Friday afternoon
is uncertain. Even if he is able to,
the chances are that the agile fly-
ing rings specialist will not be in
the best of shape.
Michigan Splits
Loken expects the Buckeye
squad to give his young team a
good deal of trouble even with
Wiese in action. The Wolverines
split their weekend meets by bow-
ing to powerful Illinois, 61%/2-34%,
Friday evening and then bounc-
ing back impressively to whip a
weak Indiana squad, 71-22, on
Saturday night.

Michigan's chances of a con-
ference crown received a boost
yesterday afternoon as the Wol-
verine wrestlers showed some of
the championship form of old,
downing Michigan State, 19-7, at
Yost Field House.
After losing two dual meets ear-
lier in the season, the Wolverines
displayed strength in the middle
and heavy weights to crush the
Spartans and give due warning to
Iowa that Michigan intends to
fight it out for the Big Ten crown.
Haney Still Unbeaten
Don Haney, 157 pounder, top-
ped the Spartans' Fred Kuester,
8-1, for his sixth straight victory
this season. Haney took an early
lead in the match gaining two
points on a "near fall." After the
referee awarded Kuester one point
for an escape, Haney took a com-
manding lead with another "near
fall" and a "take down." He gar-
nered the other two points on an
escape and point advantage.
Mike Rodriguez, representing
the Wolverines at 167 pounds,
trounced John Shehiginan, 8-0,
for his win. He was so convinc-
ing in winning his match that
many of the over 1,000 spectators
said that he looked like a wrest-
ler "on television." Rodriguez
threw his opponent to the mat
several times and at one point the
Spartan let out with a loud cry
of pain.
Captain Andy Kaul failed in his
attempt to renew his winning
streak, which has lasted over the
past two years. After losing a
match in the Iowa meet, February
12, Kaul came on to win against
Northwestern last Saturday. Yes-
terday, Spartan John Sinadinos
halted Kaul's attempt when he
held him in a 3-3 draw in the 147
pound class.
Sour Opening
The meet seemed headed in the
other direction as Michigan's Dan
Deppe dropped the opening 123-
pound match to Dick Hoke, 5-2.
for the fourth time in five weeks,
Frank Hirt fought to a draw. This

time he let State's Bob Gunner
pick up time advantage to bring
the match to a 4-4 draw.
However, in the third match of
the afternoon, 137 pound Wolver-
ine Max Pearson trounced Norm
Gill, 5-2, to turn the tide. Pearson
was in command throughout the
Finals of relays in the resi-
dence hall and fraternity divi-
sions will be run this after-,
noon at 4:20 at Yost Field
House.
match as he took Gill to the mat
at will. His scoring. wasn't effec-
tive in the early moments and
Gill took a point lead midway in
the second period. Pearson picked
up three points in the final stanza
to earn a well deserved victory.
In the heavyweight class, Paul
Melgaard defeated Tom Lennox,
blind Green and White grappler,
9-5. This was one of the most un-
usual matches seen here in re-
cent wrestling meets. Lennox nor-
mally a 167 pounder, is com-
pletely blind and wrestles mostly
by sound. When he hears his op-
ponent near him, he readys him-
self for an attack. After bodily
contact, the Spartan can feel him-
self into various holds and wres-
tles masterfully. Lennox' shoulder
was heavily taped for yesterday's
meet as he has been sidened by
a joint injury.
In the other match, 177 pound-
er John McMahon beat State's
Dick Abraham, 4-1. McMahon,
showing some of the form which
won him a fourth place spot in
the Big Ten tourney last year,
mastered Abraham completely.
In defeating Michigan State,
the Wolverines downed the team
which defeated Iowa last Satur-
day, 14-11. Iowa, however, topped
Michigan 24-5 earlier this month.
If this is any indication, the
Maize and Blue could possibly be
on the way to the Big Ten wres-
tling title.

STATISTICS
123 Pounds-Hoke (MSC) de-
feated Deppe (Michigan),
5-2.
130 Pounds-Hirt (Michigan)
and Gunner (MSC) drew
4-4.
137 Poungs-Pearson (Michi-
gan defeated Gill (MSC),
5-3.
147 Poungs-Kaul (Michigan)
and Sinadinos (MSC) drew,
3-3.
157 Pounds-Haney (Michi-
gan defeated K u e s t e r
(MSC), 8-1.
167 Pounds-Rodriguez (Michi-
gan) defeated Shehiginan
(MSC), 8-0.
177 Pounds-McMahon (Michi-
gan defeated Abraham
(MSC), 4-1.
Heavyweight-Melgaard (Mich-
igan) defeated Lennox
(MSC), 9-5.
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gan-Stern 2, Groffsky, Kra-
mer 3, Eaddy 2, Jorgenson. Ohio
State-J. Miller 2, Short 3,
Kelly 2, Millard 2, Ellis 4.
fouls, and Ohio State made 20 out
of 36.
Fast Breaking Galore
The play was marked through-
out by brilliant fast breaking on
the part of both teams. As a re-
sult, time outs were frequent.
Play was further interrupted sev-
eral times when a young child in
the stands, persisted in blowing a
whistle despite the frequent warn-
ings=of the officials.
The Wolverines returned to Ann
Arbor last night, and will open
practice today for their game with
second place Iowa Saturday.

MSC, GOPHERS, INDIANA WIN:
Iowa Knocks Illini From Race, 89-70

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wrecked Illinois' chances in the
Big Ten basketball race last night
by walloping the Illini, 89-70, to

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remain but half a game behind
league-leading Minnesota.
MSC Wins
EAST LANSING, Mich. (/P)-
Michigan State blew a 14-point
halftime lead and had to depend
on a freeze and free throws in
the last two minutes to beat
Northwestern, 71-69, last night
and go into a tie with the Wild-
cats for fourth place in the Big
Ten basketball standings.
Hoosiers Top Purdue
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (Pf)-In-
diana won its 13th straight bas-
ketball victory last night over Pur-
due 75-62 for the longest string
in their 92-game series. Wallie
Choice poked in 29 points for the
winning Hoosiers.

Gophers Roll On
MADISON, Wis. (P)--Fireball
Chuck Mencel swished in a basket
with four seconds to play bring-1
ing Minnesota, Big Ten basketball
leaders, a hard fought 71-69 vic-
tory over Wisconsin last night.
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