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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Team

Wins
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Triangular Meet;-I ANNIVERSARY PRESENT:
Matmen Overwhelm Ohio State, 27-5

Cagers Defeated
Kramer Nets
19 in 96-84
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Win Keeps Hawkeyes
In Big Ten Title Fight
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Hawkeye
cagers captured the first two
points and were never headed as
they whitewashed the Wolverines,
96-84, yesterday afternoon at Iowa
City before 13,200 frenzied Iowa
fans and a nationwide television
audience.
The victory moved the Hawk-
eyes into a first place tie with
Minnesota, and sets up the title
match between the two schools
Monday. Both have identical 10-2
records going into the contest at
Minneapolis.
Beaten by Fouls
Mastery of the boards and
Michigan fouls gave the duel to
the Hawkeyes. Six foot six inch
Iowa center, Bill Logan, snatched
23 rebounds from the boards to
lead tean mates in this depart-
ment. Michigan's Paul Groffsky
and Ron Kramer caught 14 and
13 rebounds, respectively.
In the field goal department,
the game was even, Iowa sinking
32 as the Wolverines were drop-
ping/31 through the hoop; but the
penalties told the story. The Wol-
verines garnered 28 fouls, includ-
ing five on both Kramer and Tom
Jorgenson which put them out of
the tilt. The Hawkeyes sank 32 of
these free throws, while giving up
only 20 fouls and 22 free throw
tallies.
Three baskets by Sharm Scheur-
f man and a fourth by Carl Cain
gave Iowa an 8-3 lead with with
less than three minutes played.
The Hawks never let up. Their
fast break proved the downfall of
the Wolverines, who were unable
to combat it.
By midway in the first period,
the hard-driving offense and stiff

Daily-Dick Gaskill
CONGRATULATIONS-Former Michigan swimming coach Matt
Mann congratulates the present Wolverine coaching duo, Gus
Stager( left) and Bruce Harlan (right), on beating Ohio State,
something "I couldn't do last year."
Jones Beaten by Wiggins
In Record Medley Race
(Continued from Page 1)

tition, saw his string come to an
end in the final dual meet of his
collegiate career.
The Wolverine senior swam the
best race of his life, a 1:27.1 clock-
ing, but was no match for the
Buckeyes' big Al Wiggins. Wiggins
broke his own unofficial American
record of 1:26.2 by a full second
as he beat Jones to the finish by
five feet.
Knox and Delaney Star
Jack Wardrop, Jones, and Ron
Gora were Michigan's big guns in
topping the Buckeyes, but it was
the efforts of Bert Wardrop and
the virtually unheralded Bobby
Knox and Mike Delaney which
spelled the eventual difference be-
tween victory and defeat.
Knox, a diminutive dental stu-
dent who joined the varsity only a
few weeks ago, surprised virtually
everyone by finishing second to
Gora in the 50-yard freestyle,
beating Buckeye sprinsters Ben
Ledger and Nick Silverio.
Unexpected Changes
Stager was expected to enter
Bert Wardrop, Delaney, and one of
his star freestylers in an effort to
give the Buckeyes a fight in the
medley. Instead he placed Kruth-
ers in the backstro:e, left Delaney
in the breaststroke, and switched
Bert Wardrop from the backstroke
to the anchor freestyle lap of the
relay.
The Michigan gamble paid off as
Delaney, swimming what was
probably the best race of his ca-
reer, picked up almost all of the
15-foot distance lost by Kruthers.
Bert Wardrop picked up the re-
maining distance and managed to!
edge Kawachika by about six inch-
es.

Jim Walters ,the Michigan star,
continued to be the perennial
bridesmaid of Western Conference
divers. The brilliant Wolverine has
managed to split OSU's spring-
board tandem of Morley Shapiro
and Gerry Harrison several times,
but has never topped both of them
in any event.
Yesterday, Walters was still in
the middle. The Kenilworth, Illi-
nois, senior finished second to
Harrison by the microscopic mar-
gin of .05 points. Shapiro, in sur-
prisingly poor form, was hard-
pressed to win third place from
Michigan's Charlie Bates.
STATISTICS
300 Yard Medley Relay: 1 - Michigan
(Kruthers, Delaney, B. Wardrop);
2-Ohio State. Time: 2:50.7.
220 Yard Freestyle: 1--J. Wardrop
(M), 2 - Konno (OSU), 3 - Steph-
anos (OSU). Time: 2:03.9 (new
world record; old record, 2:04.7).
50 Yard Freestyle: 1 - Gora (M), 2 .
Knox (M), 3 - Silverio (OSU). Time:
0:22.8.
150 Yard Individual Medley: 1 - Wig-
gins (OSU), 2 - Jones (M), 3 - My-
ers (M). Time: 1:25.2 (new Ameri-
can record; old record, 1:26.2).
Diving: 1 - Harrison (OSU), 2 - Wal-
ters (M), 3 - Shapiro (OSU). Points:
296.45.
100 Yard Freestyle: 1 - J. Wardrop
(M), 2 - Gora (M), 3 - Kawachika
(0OSU). Time: 0:51.1.
200 Yard Backstroke: 1 - Oyakawa
(OSU), 2 - Wiggins (OSU), 3 - Kru-
thers (M). Time: 2:18.1.
200 Yard Breastroke: 1 - Jones (M),
2 - Hoffman (OSU), 3 - Van Heyde
(OSU). Time: 2.29.4 (new pool and
varsity records; old records 2.31.2).
440 Yard Freestyle: 1 - Konno (OSU),
2 - J. Wardrop (M), 3 - Stephanos
(OSU). Time: 4:36.2.
400 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1 - Ohio
State (Ledger, Kawachika, Oyaka-
wa, Wiggins), 2 - Michigan. Time:
3:27.3.

Gray Smashes
To Pace 'M' to
By STEVE HEULPERN
Michigan's cindermen came
through as expected yesterday aft-
ernoon, taking all 12 first places
to trounce Michigan Normal and
Bowling Green in a triangular
meet at Yost Field House.
Don Canham's squad scored 82
points in its last outing before
next week's conference meet, while
runner-up Normal totaled 31.
The Falcons, with only a small
representation present, picked up
their four points by placing third
in the one-mile relay.
Championship Hopes
Pete Gray and Ron Wallingford
turned in splendid performances
in the 880 and two-mile runs, re-
spectively, to raise the Wolverines'
Big Ten hopes considerably.
Gray was timed at 1:52.8 for the
half-mile, breaking the Yost Field
House record by 1.1 seconds. It
wras the fastest time for th~e race
in collegiate competition this year.
Wallingford ran the quickest two
miles of his career as he was
clocked at 9:18.3, nearly lapping
the entire field at the end of the
race.
Hurdler Tom Hendricks couldn't
break his recently-acquired habit
of tying the Field House record in
the 65-yard lows, and did same
for the third week in a row. His
time was :07.4.
Moule Wins Mile
Captain John Moule turned in a
creditable 4:15.0 in the mile. Ger-
ry Zitney of the Hurons crossed
the finish line five seconds later
and Michigan's Hobe Jones was
third.
Jim Love continued his winning
ways in the 65 yard high hurdles,
and his :08.2 clocking was his
best so far.
Sprinter John Vallortigara nip-
ped teammate John Johnson in
the 60-yard dash in :06.4, to re-
verse last Tuesday's finish when
Johnson won. Orant Scruggs won
his 440-yard specialty in :49.5.
Bob Appleman, Dave Owen,
Mark Booth and Junior Stielstra
won for Michigan in the field
events, but none of the four could
improve in their previous best per-
formances this season.
Appleman's vault of 13' 4" edged
teammate Tom Skimming's 13' in
the pole vault. Normal's Mar-
land Bluhm, who placed first in
the meet last year, came in third
with a disappointing 12' 6" effort.
Owen put the 16-pound shot
49' 71/" to best Jim Allen of the
Hurons by over three feet, and
Booth's 6' 2" leap was good enough
to annex the high jump.
Junior Stielstra, after trailing
Normal's Birnbaum in the broad
jump, won the event with a leap
of 22' 6%".
STATISTICS
Pole Vault: 1 - Appleman (M), 2 -
Skimming (M), 3 - Bluhm (N).
Height: 13' 4".

I

Shot Put: 1 - Owen (M), 2 - Allen (N),
3 - Grotewohl (N). Distance: 49'
,,y".
High Jump: 1 - Booth (M). 2 - Tie,
Liverance (M) and Menees (M). Height:
6' 2".
Broad Jump: 1 - Stielstra (M), 2 -
Birnbaum (N), 3 - Hendricks (M).
Distance: 22' 61".
One-Mile Run:: 1 - Moule (M), 2
Z.itney (N), 3 - Jones (M). Time
4:15.
440 Yard Dash: 1 - Scruggs (M), 2 -
Davis (N), 3 - Brown (M). Time
0:49.5.
65 Yard High Hurdles: 1 - Love (M),
2-Johnson (M), 3 - Pierce (N).
Time: 0:06.4.
880 Yard Run: 1 - Gray (M), 2 - Jones
(M), Santer (N). Time: 1:52.8 (new
fieldhouse record; old record, 1:53.9).
Two-Mile Run: 1 - Wallingford (M),
2 - Rowland (N), Gould (N). Time
9:18.3.
65 Yard Low Hurdles: I - Hendricks
(M), 2 - Love (M), 3 - Root (N).
Time: 0:07.4 (ties fieldhouse rec-
ord).
One-Mile Relay: I - Michigan (Hess-
ler, Blount, Walter, Goldberg); 2 -
Michigan N or m a ; 3 - Bowling
Green. Time: 3:25.2.

880 Mark
Cinder Rout

By DAVE RORABACHER
Amid the cheers of the season's
largest crowd, Michigan's grap-
plers overwhelmed Ohio State,
27-5, in Yost Field House yester-
day afternoon.
With many of the "old bobs"
back to celebrate Coach Cliff
Keen Honored
Receiving a well - deserved
tribute, Coach Cliff Keen was
honored by his former prote-
ges at a banquet at the League
last evening for his thirty years
as mentor of the Maize and
Blue wrestling squad. Keen was
presented a scrapbook contain-
ing pictures of all the teams he
has coached, a dedicatory scroll,
and a check for $1,000 by "his
boys."
Yesterday's win brought his
enviable total of victories to 157
while having lost only 57 and
tied eight. Of his 30 teams, 26
have finished third or better in
Western Conference competi-
tion.
Keen's thirtieth year as mentor of
the Wolverine squad, the current
team put on an inspired perform-
ance, sweeping the first seven
matches, for a fine anniversary
present for the "Old Man."
Dlan Deppe started the rout as

the mat and fell to the floor hit-
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he nicely handled the less aggres-
sive Pat Palumbo. Palumbo, who
won the state championship three
years in a row as an Ohio school-
boy, was incapable of coping with
the superior Deppe.
In the next bout Wolverine
Frank Hirt averted another draw
by narrowly decisioning diminu-
tive John Nicholella.
Despite employing the seeming-
ly risky style of standing up when-"
ever he was in control, Michigan
Captain Andy Kaul nevertheless
downed Bob DeFelice. Kaul's
method of rising to his feet allow-
ed the more defensively-minded
DeFelice to gain two reversals and
keep the bout fairly even until
"the Fox" garnered a near fall on
him In the third period which
nearly ended the contest.
Unbeaten Don Haney maintain-
ed his winning streak despite a
mishap at the beginning of the
first period. Grabbing opponent
Lloyd Rush's leg in an effort to
gain a takedown, Haney went off
the mat and fell to the floor hit-

ting his head as Rush hopped
away. The match was delayed sev-
eral minutes while Haney recov-
ered from the blow and it was
determined whether he should
continue the match, which he did
to the loud cheering of the fans.
Wolverine Pat Melgaard revers-
ed the winning trend he estab-
lished in the last two meets as he
once again counted the rafters
on the field house ceiling while
sluggish Ted Rader picked up the
Buckeyes' lone five points by a
pin.
SUMMARIES
123-Deppe (M) defeated Palumbo
(OSU), 10-5
130-Hirt (M) defeated Nicholella
(OSU), 5-3
137-Pearson (M) pinner Ruggiero
(OSU), 3:00
147-Kaul (M) defeated DeFelce
(OSU), 9-4
157-Haney (M) defeated Rush (OSU),
6-3
167-Rodriguez (M) pinned Hochstet-
1ev (0OSU), 4:47
177--McMahon (M) pinned Weiss
(OSU), 2:46
Heavyweight-Rader (OSU) pinned
Melgaard (M), 2:30

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MICHIGAN G F P T
Groffsky, f .... 4 5 4 13
Stern, f ....... 1 4 1 6
Lingle, f ...... 2 0 3 4
Kramer,c....7 5 5 19
Williams, c .... 2 1 3 5
Eaddy, g ...... 6 4 4 16
Jorgenson, g .. 8 2 5 18
Raisor, g ...... 1 1 1 3
Shearon, g .... 0 0 2 0
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IOWA G F P T
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Davis, f ....... 2 8 4 12
Schoof, f ..... 2 3 0 7
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Duncan, f ..... 0 0 0 0
Sebolt, f ......0 0 0 0
Logan, c ......11 3 3 25
George, c ..... 2 5 3 9
Seaberg, g .... 4 6 2 14
Scheurman, g , . 6 4 2 16
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Scores Twice as leers Sweep Nodak Series

(Continued from Page 1)

ed the score to 24-12.

Logan,I

Scheurman, and Bill Seaberg gar-
nered 12 points apiece to widen
the score to 52-29 at halftime.
Wolverine Comeback
With seconds gone in the second
period, Iowa held a 24 point lead,
but the stage was set for a W ol-.
verine comeback attempt. Paced
by Jorgenson's 12 second period
points, the Michigan bid came
within 10 points of evening the
score at 89-79 with 2:41 to play,
'but fell short. The Hawks copped
seven points to Michigan's five in
,the remaining minutes for the
final score.
Iowa's Logan turned in the most
spectacular individual perform-
ance in the contest. Besides his
.23 rebound snares, Logan led both
teams in scoring with 25 tallies,
22,from the floor and three from
tthe free throw line. He sank 13 in
the second period, before retiring
with 12:35 remaining.
Michigan's versatile center Ron
Kramer paced the losers with 19
points before fouling out with
three and a half minutes to go.
Close on his heels in scoring were
guards Tom Jorgenson, with 18
scores, and Don Eaddy, with 16
;tallies.

Michigan seemed to center their
attack around a fast-breaking of-
fense. Many times the Wolverines
would take the puck into defen-
sive zone and then let MacFarland
start the calculated rush up ice.
The defense again played ^ key
role. The Nodaks were enabled to
get Michigan off guard. Fine
schooling by Coach Vic Heyliger
had two and three men constantly
circulating between the 'M' blue
line and the goal guarded by
Howes.
STATIS'1fICS
FIRST PERIOD: Goals - 1 - Michigan
Rendall (Pitts, MacFarland) 4:18;
2 - Michigan - Dunnigan (Mac-
Farland) 5:20; 3 - Michigan - Mac-
Farland (Dunnigan, Rendall) 15:00;
4 - North Dakota - Wade (Huot)
18:09; 5 - Michigan - MacFarland
(Rendall) 18:55.
Penalties: Michigan - Hanna (un-
necessary roughness) 2:46; North
Dakota-Huot (unnecessary rough-
ness) 2:46; North Dakota-Culbert-
son (tripping) 13:35; Michigan -
MacFarland (center check) 19:41.
SECOND PERIOD: Goals - 6 - North

Dakota - Geatz (Cherski) 9:23;
7)- Michigan - MacFarland (Dun-
nigan, Rendall) 17:47.
Penalties: Michigan-Rendall (high-
sticking) 6:39; North Dakota-Run-
ning (high-sticking) 6:39; North
Dakota - Culbertson, Cherski (high-
sticking) 10:10; Michigan - M. Bu-
chanan (high-sticking) 10:10; Mich-
igan - M. Buchanan (interference)
13:35; Michigan-MacFarland (illegal
check) 14:04; North Dakota-Wade
(high-sticking) 17:25.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals - 8 - Michi-
gan - Rendall (MacFarland, Dunni-

gan) 0:30; 9 - Michigan - Karpin-
ka (Hebert) 10:45.
Penalties: North Dakota - Run-
ning (elbowing) °1:10; Michigan-
Rendall (high-sticking) 4:28; Mich-
igan - Karpinka (slashing) 5:35;
North Dakota - Huot (slashing)
5:35; North Dakota - Schultz (trip-
ping) 6:34; Michigan - MacFarland
(charging) 10:10; Michigan-Karpin-
ka (tripping) 11:17; North Dakota -
Wade, Huot (unnecessary rough-
ness)'16:12; Michigan - M. Buchan-
an, N. Buchanan (unnecessary
roughness) 16:12.

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