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S FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1955

THE MICHIGAN DALLY

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"M" Matmen
Eye NCAA
Team Title
Michigan's wrestling team tests
its strength against the best in the
nation today and tomorrow in the
NCAA meet at Cornell University's
Barton Hall.
With a record number of 213
grapplers and 72 colleges entered
defending champion Oklahoma
A&M will be favored to cop its
seventeenth national title in twen-
ty-three years. Michigan, Oklaho-
ma, Pitt and Iowa will provide the
strongest competition.
Coach Cliff Keen has picked his
four Big Ten champions, Max
Pearson, Andy Kaul, Don Haney,
and Mike Rodriguez, along with
John McMahon and Dan Deppe to
46 battle for the Maize and Blue
in anattempt to gain Michigan's
first national championship.
While admitting that the pres-
ent contingent is one of the best
he has had in recent years, 'Keen
declined to comment on the Wol-
verines' chances of garnering the
title. "You've got to be lucky as
well as good to win any of the
national championships," he stat-
ed.
Kaul in Finale
Only two of the six men, Kaul
and McMahon, competed in -last
year's national meet. Kaul, Big
r Ten champion at 137 pounds for
All men interested In play-
ing or learning to play La
Crosse, please report to the I-M
B uilding at 3:30 p.m. today.
--Earl Riskey
the past two years and captain of
this year's squad, finished fourth
last year. Much of Michigan's
chances will depend on his placing
in his collegiate swan song.
McMahon did not place in last
year's contest but is capable of
upsetting several of the top men
from other. conferences as was
evidenced by his sound trouncing
of the champion from the Atlantic
Coast Conference a year ago.
Pearson, Haney and Rodriguez
will undoubtedly be in the thick of
the running in their respective
weight classes. However, Keen was
uninformed as to the quality of
the opposition against which they
would be pitted and he would only
state that each man would do his
best.

ANDY KAUL
... collegiate swan-song

BUMPY JONES
... a champion bids farewell

GEERT KEILSTROP
... Ashenfelter poses problem

EELES LANDSTROM
... duels Laz, Richards

Konno Churns to

1500NCAA Title

Mermei
(Continued from Page 1)
performance, good for sixth place.
Konno's third NCAA 1500-me-
ter title shot Ohio State into the
first-night lead with seven points,
followed by Cortland State and
Oklahoma, with five points each.
Springfield's four points were good
for fourth-place, while Yale is in
fifth with one point.
The meet continues this morn-

Bid

for

)eason
K of C Meet
To Test 'M'
Relay Team
Four varsity trackmen and
three freshmen travel to the fa-
miliar city of Cleveland tonight
competing once again in the
Knights of Columbus Meet.
Michigan's mile relay team of
Dick Flodin, Laird Sloan, Bob
Brown, and Grant Scruggs will
have some stiff competition from
Ohio State and Indiana. The Hoo-
siers have lost only one man from
their 1954 edition that set a Big
Ten indoor mark at 3:17.6.
Co-captain Mike Cusick gives
Indiana a top-flight lead-off man,
and he will be followed up by
speedsters John Howe, Len Rob-
inson, and sophomore Don Ward.
Ward, who is finally rounding into
shape, holds the all-time Indiana
high school record of :49.2 in the
440-yard run.
Landstrom, Keilstrop in Action
Michigan's freshmen will also
have their work cut out for them
in the individual events. Pole
vaulter Eeles Landstrom will be
going over the crossbar against
such vaulting stars as Don Laz
and Bob Richards. Brendan O'Reil-
ly will be jumping against some of
the Midwest's best in the high I
jump.
Of particular interest will be
third man Geert Keilstrop in the
two mile run. Horace Ashenfel-
ter is also scheduled to compete
in thataevent as an independent,
Wes Santee, Arnie Sowell, and
Harrison Dillard will also com-
pete in the K of C games.
Scruggs, Landstrom, and O'Reil-
ly will then travel on to the Chi-
cago Stadium to compete in the
Chicago Daily News Relays Sat-
urday night. Coach Don Canham
also will send out his two mile re-
lay team of John Moule, Dan Wal-
ter, Hobe Jones, and Scruggs to
defend last year's winning effort
in the Relays.
FOR
MAIL
CAMIES

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THE EPISCOPAL STUDENT FOUNDATION
Presents
THE RIGHT REVEREND
RICHARD S. EMRICH
Bishop of Michigan
The Christiai Faces Deaths
IS DEATH THE END?
WHAT ABOUT EUTHANASIA?
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ing at 9:30 with the one-meter
diving preliminaries. Five other
preliminaries are scheduled for
this afternoon, and the big action
begins tonight with finals in six
events.
Jones Carries Hopes
Michigan's top chances in to-
night's meet ride with Captain
Bumpy Jones in the 200-yard but-
terfly breaststroke, Jack Wardrop

in the 220-yard freestyle, Jim
Walters and Charlie Bates in the
diving, and a strong freestyle re-
lay combination.
Jones, who won the Big Ten ti-
tle with a time of 2:15.1, will face
stiff competition from defending
champion Dave Hawkins, of Har-
vard, and Phil Drake, of North
Carolina.
Drake has been clocked in

TAYLOR WINS DORM CROWN:
Sigma Chi Takes Fraternity Track Title

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By DICK CRAMER
Sigma Chi joined Taylor House
last night in the winners' circle
of intramural indoor track compe-
tition.
Similar to Tuesday night's Res-
idence Halls meet, the Social Fra-
ternity meet at Yost Field House
was actually a two-team battle
for the championship.
With first places in the 60 yard
dash, 440 yard run, and the pole
vault, Taylor House managed to
pull away at the end from runner-
up Cooley House by a 32-25/2
margin on Tuesday.
But last night Sigma Chi had
to wait until the results of all the

events were in to claim the fra-
ternity crown, 221-19, over see-
Two Phi Delts, Jerry Goebel and
Don Catrow, were among the fin-
alists in the pole vault, the last
event to be completed.
Chance for Crown
A finish for them in two of the
top three places in the pole vault
would have netted the Phi Delts
thetrack title, buthGoebel had
to settle for a first place tie with
Sig Chi Tom Maentz, and Catrow
could gain only a share of fourth
place with Jack Cross of Theta
Chi. The winning vaults were 11'0"
even.
Sigma Chi's only unshared first
place of the night came in the
440 yard race where Terry Barr
won with a time of :56.3.
Two 'aces were won by Alpha
Tau Omega, which finished third
in the meet. Ted Kilar's time of
2:08.7 in the first of two heats was
enough to give him the victory in
the 880 yard run, while Charles
Gunn copped the 50 yard dash in
:06.8.
Mansfield Breaks Record
Bob Mansfield of Delta Upsilon
broke the I-M indoor mile record
with a great stretch drive that
gave him a 20 yard victory over
George Rockwell of Sigma Phi

Epsilon who led most of the way
in the distance race. Mansfield's
time of 4:45.6 was almost a sec-
ond faster than the previous mark.
In other events Jim Barger of
Phi Delta Theta was given the
edge in an extremely close 60 yard
high hurles race; Ken Shields of
Sigma Phi Epsilon won the shot
put; Al Price of Delta Tau Delta
earned first place in the broad
jump; and PhidDelt Goebel be-
came the only double winner by
leading the high jumpers.
Nu Sigma Nu Wins Swim
Wally Jeffries led Nu Sigma Nu
to another championship decided
last night - Professional Frater-
nity swimming. The former cap-
tain of Michigan's tank squad won
the 200 yard free style, the 50 yard
breast stroke, and was on the win-
ning 150 yard medley relay team.
Nu Sigma Nu's triumph was
never in doubt as it piled up a 32-
19 margin over second place Del-
ta Sigma Delta. Alpha Kappa Psi
finished third with 17 points.
Reeves House won the I-M Res-
idence Halls bowling title yester-
day afternoon with a not-too dif-
ficult win over Lloyd.
EXHIBITION BASEBALL SCORES
Kansas City 3, Baltimore 1
Chicago (N) 6, Cleveland 2

around 2:13 this year, while
Hawkins edged Jones in a photo-
finish for the 1954 crown.
, Wardrop Favored
World record-holder Wardrop
is favored to successfully defend
his 220 title, but Konno and Bill
Woolsey, of Indiana, are expected
to push the Wolverine star all the
way.
Wardrop has beaten Konno in
their last three collegiate meet-
ings, but the Scotch freestyler has
never met Woolsey in a college
race. Woolsey, a sophomore, has
topped Konno four times, includ-
ing a dual meet win this year.
Coach Gus Stager is expected
to enter a strong freestyle relay
team in an effort to edge the
world record-holding Yale squad.
Ron Gora, Jones, and Jack and
Bert Wardrop are the most likely
choices to face Yale sprint aces
Rex Aubrey, Dave Armstrong,
Sandy Gideonse, and Kerry Dono-
van.
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Both the Detroit Red Wings and
the Montreal Canadiens moved a
step closer to the coveted Stanley
Cup last night by grinding out
rugged, hard fought playoff vic-
tories.
The Wings, looking much sharp-
Dune Joins Lions
The Detroit Lions have sign-
ed Michigan's forward passer
Duncan MacDonald to replace
signal caller Tom Dublinski
who jumped to the Canadian
league. Coach Buddy Parker
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er than in their sloppy win of two
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