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SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1955

TSB MCMGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, MARCH 1?, 1955
THE lWICHIGAN DAILY

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Wolverine Pucksters. Capture Fifth Crown

McMahon, Wrestling Star, Placed Fourth
In 167-Pound Class in Big Ten Meet

SMichigan's
Relay Team
Places First
Gray Ill, Misses
Milwaukee Race
Special to The Daily
MILWAUKEE - Michigan's
high-flying two-mile relay team
captured the two-mile run in last
night's Milwaukee Journal track
meet held here.
The quintet had a new addition
in the person of Grant Scruggs,
who replaced Pete Gray in the
event, due to the latter's sudden
appendectomy operation yester-
day morning. Scruggs, Dan Wal-
ter, Hobe Jones, and Captain John
Moule covered the distance in the
swift time of 7:47.5. Notre Dame
and Indiana finished second and
third respectively.
Wallingford Places Third
Ron Wallingford, the Maize and
Blue's ace long distance runner
came in third in the two-mile run,
being timed in 9:19.9, his fastest
clocking this season. Selwin Jones
of MSC copped the event in 9:15.6.
Mark Booth and Brendan
O'Reilly finished' fourth in the
. high jump event. Each man clear-
ed the bar at better than 6'5".
Rev. Bob Richards could not
break his own meet mark in the
pole vault, however, his leap of
15'1" was good enough to cop a
first place. Eeles Landstrom, Mich-
igan freshman competing unat-
tached, did not place at all.
The Wolverines one-mile relay
squad could not stop their nemesis
Indiana, Big Ten winner of the
mile relay and the quintet com-
posed of Richard Flodin, Dave
Hesler, Laird Sloan, and Grant
Scruggs, finished second to the
t Hoosier squad in this event.
The only other Maize and Blue
trackster to compete was Geert
Keilstrop, and the burly freshman
finished fifth in the college Mile
-run.
Abe Woodson, who also stars for
Illinois on the gridiron, equalled
the world indoor record in the 50-
yard high hurdles, with a .06:1
victory.

(Continued from Page 1)
to 3-1 at 6:18 when forward Jay
Goold poked a shot by Simus.
The home team was not to be
denied, however, of putting up a
terrific last stand struggle. A bul-
let screen shot off the stick of
Don Wischart on a pass from Burt
Hubchink pulled the margin down
to a too-narrow-for-comport 3-2.
The jam-packed crowd was on its
feet with play increasing in rough-
ness.
Karpinka Scores
Jerry. Karpinka . came .back,
when Michigan was one man down
through A penalty, to slap a shot
into the left hand side of the cage
from about 20 feet out. The 4-2
lead was good only until Care
Smith rallied back with barfly

to the shoulders of his players as
Michigan succeeded once again to
bring home the NCAA trophy to
Ann Arbor.
Most Valuable in the Tourna-
ment was Phil Hilton of Colorado.

of the exceptionially rough play.
The all-Canadian Michigan team
also fared brilliantly against the
"new" competition of Harvard the
night before when the Crimson
were beaten soundly, 7-3.

Harvard Wins, 6-3, for Third
Bill Cleary has done it again, as he rammed home three
goals yesterday afternoon, to lead Harvard to a 6-3 win over
St. Lawrence for the consolation title in the NCAA' Hockey
Tournament.
Cleary, the nation's top collegiate scorer, wound up the
season with a record total of 89 points. All of his goals in the
two-day NCAA affair were unassisted.
This, was the second win for Harvard over St. Lawrence,
since the Crimson defeated the Larries, 3-2, in overtime earlier
thius season. Harvard's ends with a 17-3-1 record.

Iowa Tops
Marquette
Advances in NCAA;
NIT Tourney Starts
EVANSTON, Ill., (AP)-Iowa's Big
Ten basketball champions put
down a desperate second half Mar-
quette rally last night to win the
NCAA regional finals, 86-81, and
the right to meet LaSalle at Kan-
sas City next week.
Trailing by 19 points early in
the second half, Marquette's War-
riors came within one point of
Iowa with less than two minutes
left to force the Hawkeyes to put
on a freeze which netted Iowa five
more points.
Louisville Romps
NEW YORK ()-Charley Tyra,
a husky 6-8 sophomore, and John-
ny Prudhoe, a stringbean senior,
accounted for 50 points as Louis-
ville's tall Cardinals overpowered
Manhattan in the second half to
gain a 91-86 victory in the open-
ing game of the 18th National In-
vitation basketball tournament.
Manhattan, leading by one
point, 45-44, as the first half al-
most ended in a fight, couldn't
hold the pace or match Louisville's
height in the battling under the
boards during the second half.
The Cardinals racked up nine
straight points early in the period
to take a 59-48 advantage. Man-
hattan whittled that down to three
points, but Louisville drew away
again with a six-point spurt six
minutes before the finish, then
piled up the points in the closing
minutes.
Record Set
A smart, well-drilled St. Louis
University team, lead by Dick
Boushka, shattered the NIT and
Madison Square Garden college
scoring records as it routed Con-
necticut, 110-103, with an unstop-
pable second half burst.
The St. Louis victory came after
little St. Francis and its big star,
Maurice Stokes, had trimmed Se-
ton Hall 89-78 in the opener of the
doubleheader.

By ED SALEM
To the spectator dropping in on
a Michigan wrestling practice,
probably the most auspicious
member of the squad is a muscu-
lar '5 11", 167-pound redhead,
named John McMahon.
Each day he can be seen off in
the far corner of the practice
room wrestling with one of his
teammates, or else asking coaches
Cliff Keen or Bob Betzig for a bit
of advice.
Hard Worker
The hard working McMahon is
definitely one of the most im-
proved grapplers on the team.
Although McMahon wrestled four
years at Mt. Carmel High School
'in Chicago, the same school that
football Captain Ted Cachey at-
tended, he had much to learn
when he came to Michigan.
"Red," as he is called by his
teammates, made the wrestling
team last year as a sophomore.
Competing in the 157-pound class,
he wound up a fairly successful'
season by placing fourth in the
Big Ten meet.
In the NCAA tournament, he
gained the consolation semi-finals.
Slow Start
At the outset of this season, Mc-
Mahon was hampered by a knee
injury and missed the Purdue
meet, and the Wilkes-Barre Tour-
nament. Starting out slowly, he
lost in the Indiana and Pittsburgh
meets before 'he hit his stride. In
the remaining matches, McMahon
won at Illinois, Northwestern,
Michigan State and Ohio State,
while losing only to Leroy Berry-
hill of Purdue.
His mediocre 4-3 record is de-
ceiving, however, for while wrest-
ling at his own weight McMahon
lost only once, and that to Pitt's
National Champ. His other two
II

thus contributing three valuable
points to the Michigan cause. His
defeat came at the hands of Lar-
ry TenPas, Big Ten champ from
Illinois.
Quietest Man on Squad
Although the big junior has a
seemingly ferocious style while
wrestling, he loses his aggressive-
ness once off the mat. In fact Mc-
Mahon is about the quietest man
on the squad.
Wrestling has taken up most of
McMahon's time, but he managed
to get grades high enough to rate
admittance into Dental School
while still a sophomore.h As are-
sult his labs now keep him busy
till five o'clock four times a week.
Even with this limited practice, he
still has managed to give Michi-
gan sorely needed strength in the
upper weight divisions.
With another year of eligibility
remaining, much can be expected
from the 21-year-old, McMahon.
If hard work is any criterion, he
should be a champ in his senior
year.

JOHN McMAHON
... quiet but tough
defeats were at the hands of heav-
ier men.
In the Conference meet, held at
Minnesota last week, he placed
fourth in the 167-pound class,

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GREATLY RESPONSIBLE for returning the NCAA Hockey trophy to Ann Arbor lr Michigan's
strong forward wall of (left to right) Jerry Karpinka, Neil Buchanan, Jay Goold, Tom Rendall,
Dick Dunnigan, and Bill MacFarland.

three minutes remaining to nudge
the puck by the busy Howes.
iWth a minute and a half re-
maining in the final tilt, Colorado
pulled its goalie, thus giving the
desperate trailers a six man skat-
ing team. In .the final seconds of
play, some of the wildest ever
seen on Broadmoo ~ ice, Captain
Bill MacFarland was able to f in-
ally knock the puck into the un-
guarded Colorado cage to make
the final outcome no longer doubt-
ful.
For Michigan, it was a sensa-
tional triumph afterwashard sea-
son's struggle to climb to the top
of the Western Intercollegiate
Hockey League Standings.
Coach Vic Heyliger was lifted

Voted to the All-Star Tourney
team were Howes in the goal; Hil-
ton and Doug Silverberg, both of
Colorado, on defense, Harvard's
Bill Cleary as a wing, and Rendall
and MacFarland at wing and cen-
ter, respectively.
The second team was dominated
by Wolverines. Schiller along with
sophomore Mike Buchanan placed
on the defensive unit, while firey
Dick Dunnigan, the third member
of the strong worward wall, was
named Mat one of the wing posi-
tions.
Last night's contest was marked
by the "Eastern" brand of hockey,
thus accounting for a good deal

CUBS, INDIANS BEAT

GIANTS:

,

Statistics
FIRST PERIOD: Goals - 1 -
Michigan - Rendall (unas-
sisted) 12:08. Penalties: Colo-
rado College - K. Smith (trip-.
ping) 1:55. Michigan - Schil-
ler (illegal check) 8:44.
SECOND'PERIOD: Goals - 2 -
Colorado College - Hilton
(unassisted) 2:28; 3 - Mich-
igan - N. Buchanan (M. Bu-
chanan) 19 :23. Penalties:
Colorado College - Hubchik
(elbowing) 2:09; Cowan (il-
legal check) 7:11; Cowan
(roughing)k11:25; Wishart
(roughing) 14:02. Michigan -
Hanna (interference) 2:09;
Schiller (roughing) 5 : 5 3;
Howes (roughing) 11:25; N.
Buchanan (roughing) 14:02;
Schiller (slashing) 14:11.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals - -4 -
Michigan - Goold (unassist-
ed) 6:18; 5 - Colorado College
Wishart (Hubchik) 7:34; 6.
Michigan - Karpinka (Dun-
nigan) 8:31 7 - Colorado Col-
lege - C. Smith -(Silverberg)
17:23; 8 - Michigan - Mac-
Farland (unassisted) 19:54.
Penalties: Colorado College -
Hubchik (tripping) 10:00; C.
Smith (high-sticking) 15:12;
Hubchik (roughing) 18:32.
Michigan - Goold (tripping)
2:15; Schiller (kneeing) 8:19;
Karpinka (roughing) 18:32;
M. Buchanan (illegal check)
19:31.

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Tigers Lose to Braves in Exhibition Game,
Yanks Drop Third, Cards Keep Win Streak

By The Associated Press F
The Miilwaukee Braves blasted
Detroit yesterday, 9-6, with eight
of Milwaukee's 13 hits good for
extra bases.
Bobby Thomson and Jim Pen-
dleton led the attack with home
runs before 3,165 fans at the
Braves' Field in Bradenton, Fla.
Shut Out
The Chicago Cubs beat a New
York Giant unit, 5-0, at Mesa,
Ariz., as they collected all their
s runs off southpaw ace Johnny An-
tonelli in the first three innings.
Three Chicago pitchers, Bob
Rush, Paul Minner and Sam Jones
held the Giants to five hits.
A bright note for the Giants
was the solid hitting of outfield-
er Monte Irvin, who had,a double
and single,
Half the world champion squad
was playing in Tucson against
Cleveland.

n

Sam Dente hit reliefer Hoyt Wil-
helm's only pitch for a home run
over the left field scoreboard in
the last of the 10th inning as the
Cleveland Indians beat the second
New York Giant squad, 4-3.
Held scoreless until the last of
the ninth by Paul Geil, Don Liddle
and Larry Jansen, the Indians tied
the score against Jansen with a
three run rally, featuring a homer
by Al Rosen.
Smith Stars for Cards
The St. Louis Cardinals edged
the Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-1, for
their third straight exhibition vic-
tory behind tight pitchng, includ-
ng an effective three-inning stint
by Frank Smith.
Smith, the relief artist for whom
the Cardinals gave up pitcher Ger-
ry Staley and infielder Ray Jab-
lonski, retired nine of the 10 bat-
ters be faced in protecting a slim

Redbird lead. Only one ball was hit
out of the infield against him.
Rookie Helps Beat Yanks
Rookie catcher Pete Daley
crashed four hits to help the Bos-
ton Red Sox clip the New York
Yankees, 3-2. The backstop's final
safety drove home the winning
run in the eighth inning.
The loss was the Yank's third
straight, during which they've
gotten only three runs in 27 inn-
ings. Boston has won two of three.

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VV W e have just received' a s .aa in2ent of f the finest Shetland sweaters made zlt
Scotland. The yarns come from the Shetland Isles and are hand-fashioned
by one o f Scotland's most respected kyaitters , Robbie McGeorge. His a
skilled workmanship and styling is often imitated ... never equalled.
Because of . the time consuming skill required to knit these sweaters our sup-
ply is necessarily limited.
Colors: Natural Blue Heather, Green Lovat, Dark. Grey,.and Light Grey.
size) /or men and women ... $13.50
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ENGI N EIE RING
GRADUATES

PAUL BRODIE'S BAND
Stag
Sunday, March13
8 - 10:30

Refreshments

Drag

Members: 25c
Non-Members: 35c

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CONVAIR'S expanding Interests in the field of,
conventional, unconventional> and nuclear..
powered aircraft offer exceptional opportuni-
ties for Engineering Graduates.
If it was impossible for us to meet you on our
recent visit to your campus, please send us your
resume. Prompt, personal attention will be
given your reply.

Fried Half of Chicken
Disjointed -Southern Style
$1.75

Broiled White Fish, Lemon and Butter
$1.50
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