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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1955

THE NINCilk"AA AIAIUV

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SwimITruck,
Wolverine Tank Team Cops
Sixth Straight Dual Meet
Jones, O'Reilly, Meyers, Gora, Walters
Shine As Michigan Smashes Wildcats

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Special to The Daily
EVANSTON, Ill. - Michigan's
undefeated swimming team coast-
ed to its sixth straight dual meet
win yesterday, by overwhelming
Northwestern, 68-21, in the Wild-
cat pool.
Capturing a first in every event,
the Wolverines demonstrated that
it has the necessary depth and
versatility to dethrone Ohio State
and win the conference crown.
Jones Wins Two
The Maize and Blue squad was
paced by Captain Burwell "Bum-
py" Jones, who captured two
events.
Swimming the 200-yard breast-
stroke for the first time this sea-
son, the senior from Detroit turn-
ed in a creditable time of 2:32, in
winning the first of his events.
Trailing him in this event were
George Lockwood of Northwestern
and Glenn Miller of Michigan.
Jones also emerged victorious in
the 220-yard freestyle event, as
he beat Bill Steatson of North-
western and Michigan's Tom
Prunk with a 2:11 timing.
O'Reilly Takes 440
John O'Reilly, who won the 220-
yard freestyle against Michigan
State on Friday, proved that he is
equally adept at winning in long-
er distances, by capturing the 440-
yard freestyle event with a time
of 4:59:8. That was the best time
that the junior from Park Ridge,
Illinois, turned in in that event,
while at Michigan. The Wildcat's
Bill Steatson finished second to
O'Reilly, while Tom Prunk of
Michigan brought up the rear.
Barry Burdick, the ace of the
Wildcats tank aquad, gained two
second place finishes for the los-
ers. The stocky senior trailed Don
Potter of Michigan in the 200-
yard backstroke, and also trailed
Fritz Meyers in the 150-yard in-
dividual medley.
Meyers, a promising sophomore,
turned in a clocking of 1:35.9,1
while winning the 150-yard indi-
vidual medlay, and Potter was
clocked at 2:24.3 in winning the
200-yard breststroke event.
Walters Wins
Performing before a hometown

crowd, diver Jim Walters received
a perfect score of 10 in one event
and went on to win the dive with
2D3.2 points. His teammate Char-
lie Bates showed considerible pre-
cision as he came in second with
258 points.
Ron Gora could not better the
time that he hit for the 100-yard
freestyle against the Spartans, the
previous evening, but-he neverthe-
less won the sprint race, covering
the pool in 52.8 seconds.
Conspicuously absent from yes-
terday's meet, were Bert and Jack
Wardrop, twin terrors of the Wol-
verine squad. Bert is suffering
from a cold, and Coach Gus Sta-
ger felt that it would be best to
have him take it easy. His broth-
er Jack had to attend to personal
business in Ann Arbor, and re-
turned after the Michigan State
meet.
Stager .stated afterwards that
the Northwestern meet provided
him with an opportunity to see
what Pete Dow and his teammate
Bob Knox could do in competition.
Knox copped the 50-yard free-
style event with a :24.5 time, with
Dow trailing him.
ANOTHER WIN
300-Yard Medley Relay - 1) Michigan
(Pudduck, Myers, O'Reilly), 2)
Northwestern. Time 2:57.2
220-Yard Freestyle - 1) Jones (Mich-
igan), 2) Steatson (Northwestern),
3) Prunk (Michigan). Time 2:11
50-Yard Freestyle - 1) Knox (Michi-
gan), 2) Dow (Michigan), Young
(Northwestern). Time - 24:5
150-Yard Individual Medley - 1) My-
ers (Michigan), 2) Burdick (North-
western), 3) Pudduck (Michigan).
Time 1:35.9
Diving - 1) Walters (Michigan), 2)
Bates (Michigan, 3) Conn (North-
western). Points - 293.2
100-Yard Freestyle - 1) Gora (Michi-
gan), 2) Knox (Michigan), 3) Ri-
venes (Northwestern). Time 52.8
200-Yard Backstroke-1) Potter (Mich-
igan), 2) Burdick (Northwestern),
3) Pudduck (Michigan). Time 2:24.3
200-Yard Breastroke - 1) Jones (Mich-
igan), 2) Lockwood (Northwestern),
3, Miller (Michigan). Time - 2:32.3
440 Yard Freestyle - 1) O'Reilly
(Michigan), 2) Steatson (North-
western), 3) Prunk (Michgan).
Time - 4:50.8
400-Yard Medlay Relay - 1) Michigan
(Miller, Dow, Knox, Myers), 2)
Northwestern. Time - 3:47.1

Iowa Hands
Wrestlers
24-5 Defeat
Hanev Provides
Lone 'M' Victory
Special to The Daily
IOWA CITY, Iowa-Michigan's
championship hopes were smash-
ed yesterday, as they were swamp-
ed by Iowa's powerful wrestling
team 24-5, at Iowa City.
By winning six of eight matches,
the Hawkeyes defeated Michigan
for the first time since 1949. Iowa
now remains as the favorite in
the coming conference meet on
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about 15 minutes left, and the
Wolverines gradually pulled away.
The win gave Michigan a 3-4
conference record, good for sole
possession of sixth place. The
Maize and Blue return home to
face Northwestern's fast-break-
ing Wildcats Monday night at
Yost Field House.
One of the evening's big sur-
prises was the poor showing of
Purdue's Joe Sexson. Carrying a
17.8 points-per-game average into
the battle, the 6-4 forward was
held to eight points on four bas-

Kramer Scores 28 Points
In Michigan Cage Triumph

JIM WALTERS
... a perfect score
Dwyer Beats
San tee, Neilsen
In Baxter Mile
NEW YORK ()-Fred Dwyer,
the little armed forces slicker from
Villanova, watched Wes Santee
and Gunnar Nielsen race them-
selves right into the ground then
went on to win the Baxter Mile in
the New York Athletic Club Games
last night in 4:06.2.
While Santee and Nielsen, who
h ,ve alternated winning the four
previous mile races this indoor
season, watched each other, Dwy-
er hung back. His strategy was
smart, indeed. Both Nielsen' and
Santee were plumb tuckered out
before the three-quarter mark, and
lost ground with every stride in
the final lap.
Nielsen got home second about
65 yards back, while Santee came
on with a late burst to cross the
line a couple of feet behind the
Copenhagen pressman.
COLLEGE CAGE SCORES
Wisconsin 86, Ohio State 63
Minnesota 78, Illinois 71 (two over-
times)
Northwestern 56, Michigan Stale 54
Iowa 90, Indiana 75
Adrian 97, Hillsdale 57
Duquesne 55, Westminster 53
Duke 76, Navy 56
N.C. State 93, South Carolina 71
Harvard 69, Princeton 57
William and Mary 89, VMI 66
Dartmouth 78, Penn 70
Hope 72, Albion 66
Alabama 98, Georgia 77

ANDY KAUL PETE GRAY
... 'M' star upset .. . breaks 880 record

held to eight points on four bas-

marcn 4.
Lone winner for the Wolverines' raclsters Blastis
was 157 pounder Don Haney, who
is now unbeaten in five meets. He u
M a x P e a r s o n , M i c h i g a n ' s e n t r y i ntr3p n c s e w h B
the 137 pound class drew with Bill
Clements 4-4. Except for these two By CORKY SMITH
bright spots, Michigan put up a The Wolverine track squad, His time was 4:09.9, breaking
dismal showing.i hterinumro find the fieldhouse mark of 4:10.7 set
Kaul Lhighgted by a number of fine by Len Truex of OSU in 1950. The
Loses performances, made Notre Dame meet record also fell. Coach Don
Andy Kaul, Big Ten 137 pound its second dual meet victim of the
champion in 1954, was defeated young 1955 season, as it whipped anan lauded beles perform-
in dual competition for the first the Irish, 80-34, in Yost Fieldhouse ance and sai, "I believe he can
time in two years. He was upset yesterday afternoon.u e
by Jerry Salmon 8-2. Two new records were set and ed.
Perhaps the biggest disappoint- one tied by Michigan runners. Cap- Gray Sets Mark
ment for Coach Cliff Keen, next tain John Moule, after staying Pete Gray, running against Al
to Kaul's defeat, was the perform- mere steps behind crack Irish Schoenig, fine Notre Dame half-
ance of John McMahon in the 177 miler, Bill Squires, pulled out in miler, broke a meet record es-
pound class. Showing a complete front at the three-quarter mile tablished in 1944. Gray trailed the
reversal of his sparkling form mark and finished more than 15 first half of the event, but soon
against Illinois last week. Mc- yards ahead of Squires at the tape, after the gun denoting the last
Mahon was pinned in 53 seconds amid cheers of approval from hun- lap of the race sounded, he edged
by Hawkeye Leroy Berryhill. This dreds of spectators. into the lead, poured on more
was especially surprising in that
the inexperienced Barryhill was
subbing for Iow a star, Eldon H as- Gymnar r e n . W i n s P ar
ley, the usual starter. Gy nssB a otw sen
Other Resuls 68-25, as Warren Wins Pair
In other matches, 123 pounder __
Dick Govig, NCAA Champion, beat Special to The Daily
Dan Deppe, 8-2, while Terry Mc- EVANSTON, Ill. - Coach Newt horizontal bars ahead of Wiese
Cann downed Frank Hirt 5-1 in Loken's gymnasts, led by double and Wolverine Frank Adams. San
the 130 pound class. The two winner Wayne Warren, mauled a Antonio also took seconds in the
Iowan stars are now undefeated helpless crew of Northwestern side horse and parallel bars,
in 9 matches, although Govig has Wildcats, yesterday, in Evanston Captain Bill Winkler turned the'
been held to a draw twice, by a score of 68-25. trick on teammate Adams in the
Flashy Hawkeye John Winder, It was the second win in four trampoline event, winning for thej
Western Conference Champ in the conference starts for the Wolver- first time in the last three out-I
167 pound division, outscored Mike ines, and by far the greatest show ings. Adams won the tumbling,
Rodriguez 10-4, In the final match of strength the Lokenmen have however, and took a third in the
of what proved to be a long after- put forth so far this season. horizontal bars.
noon for the Wolverines, heavy- Warren, a sophomore, took firsts Loken's squad has shown great
weight Ken Lauer won his eighth in the side horse and parallel bars, improvement in the last two
or nine matchesthisyear 2as he and a second in the flying rings, as meets, and if it continues to im-
thr'ew Paul Melgaar'd in 6:52. I .-..th M i l

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kets. In addition to Kramer's 28
and Eaddy's 16, Paul Groffsky and
Tom Jorgenson each hit for 14
points, as the Wolverines contin-
ued their policy of balanced scor-
ing.
Jerry Stern, senior forward from
Cleveland, whc broke into the
starting five on the basis of his
fine performance against Illinois
Monday night, hit for three bas-
kets and two free throws before
fouling out midway in the second
period.
Michigan's supremacy stemmed
from its superior rebounding and
shooting. The 'Wolverines shot for
a percentage of better than 40
per czent from the field, and made
good on 14 of 25 free throws. De-
spite a definite height advantage
for the Boilermakers, Michigan,
led by Groffsky and Kramer, al-
most completely controlled the
boards.
One of the few bright spots in
the Purdue basketball picture is
Maurice Lorenz, a jump-shooting
second-string guard, who had hit
on 17 of 28 shots from the floor
preceding last night's game for a
percentage of better than .600. He
continued his hot pace Ath five
more buckets.
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speed and came into the wire 10
yards ahead of Schoenig. Gray's
time was 1:54.5, erasing the 1:55.9
record meet time of John Roxbor-
ough,
Speedy Tom Hendricks tied the
fieldhouse record in the 65-yard,
low hurdles again with a :07.4
time, beating Jim Love by a step.
Ron Wallingford lapped a team-
mate in winning easily the 2-mile'
run. His time, 9:27.8, was encour-
aging to Canham, who insists the
squad is "far from its best."
Johnson Ties Record
In his varsity debut, John John-
son tied the fieldhouse record in
the 60-yard dash, running the
event in :06.3. Alex Pestrichella
placed second for Notre Dame, and
John Vallortigara finished in third
place for Michigan.
Bob Appleman, Wolverine pole
vaulter reached new heights in his
career with a jump of 13' 6", six
inches better than he has ever
vaulted before. Tom Skimming
took a second for Michigan.
The quarter mile run proved no
hardship for Grant Scruggs. The
hard-running senior, clocked at a
respectable :49.5, led from the
start and finished several strides
ahead of Notre Dame's Bill Cope-
land.
Mark Booth added to the lop-
sided score by taking the high
jump event. His leap of 6' 6" set
a new meet record and also was
an inch better than Notre Dame's
Bernard Allard, national high
school champ a few years ago.

MICHIGAN G
Stern, f .... 3
Ringle, f .... 0
Groffsky, f . 5
Kramer, c .,13
Eaddy, g ... 7
Raisor, g ... 0
Jorgenson, g 5
Shearon, g.. 0
Totals ...33
PURDUE G
Beck, f ..... 0
Jecha, f .... 3
Sexson, f .. 4
Dunn, c .... 2
Lundy, c .., 4
Campbell, g 2
Blind, g .... 2
Thornburg, g 2
Lorenz, g ... 5
Totals ...24

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TWO IN A ROW OVER SPARTANS:
Goal by Rendall Gives Icers Win Over MSC

Halftime: Michigan 35, Pur-
due 28.
Free throws missed: Michi-
gan - Stern 2, Eaddy 4, Jorgen-
son 3, Groffsky, Kramer. Pur-
due-Jecha Lundy 2, Campbell
3, Blind, Thornburg 3.

(Continued from Page 1i

turned out to be false as both
teams buckled down to a compet-
etive, but cleanly-fought second
stanza.
Michigan broke into the scoring
column at the 18:06 mark when
Dunnigan raced down the ice into
the Spartan zone and passed the
puck in front of the net to Ren-
dall before the opposition's de-
fense was able to form.
The crowd, sensing that the
Wolverine play-making was fin-
ally meeting with success, did not
have to wait long for proof of
this. 'Only 25 seconds after Ren-
dall's first goal, MacFarland drove
in from center ice and deceptively
shot the puck past the waiting
goalie.
The 2-2 score remained until

midway in the final period when
Dunnigan grabbed the rebound
from the- brilliant save of a Mac-
Farland shot and put Michigan
into the lead for the first time.
Ward's long screen shot two
minutes. later with Michigan's
Yves Hebert in the penalty box
tied up the score again temporar-
ily, but Rendall saved the day and
Michigan's improving p 1 a y o f f
hopes with his second goal of the
evening shortly afterward,
FIRST PERIOD: Goals - 1 - MSC .
Campanini (Olson) 3:05; 2 - MSC .
Olson (Ward) 17:05.
Penalties - MSC - Nicoli (cross-check)
1:10; Michigan - Rendall (cross-
check) 4:36; MSC - Polomsky (hook-
ing).7:56; Michigan - Karpinka
(hooking) 8:07; MSC - King (hook-
ing) 12:46; MSC - Nicoli (rough-
ing, cross-check) 16:27; Michigan "

Karpinka (roughing) 16:27; Michi-
gan - Schiller (misconduct) 18:21;
MSC - Polomsky (tripping) 18:46;
SECOND PERIOD: Goals - 3 - Michi-
gan - Rendall (Dunnigan) 18:06;
4 - Michigan - MacFarland (Schil-
ler M. Buchanan) 18:31.
Penalties - MSC - Suave (hooking)
10:21; Michigan - Schiller (board-
checking) 13:24.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals - 5 - Michi-
gan - Dunnigan (Rendall, Mac-Far-
land) 12:10; 6 - MSC - Ward (Olson)
14:36; 7 - Michigan - Rendall
(MacFarland) 16:00.
Penalties - MSC - Micoli (hooking)
1:43; Michigan - MacFarland (el-
bowing) 3:24;

By scoring 24 points, Iowa com-
piled the highest total in the his-
tory of the series between the two
schools. The previous high being
set by Michigan in 1951, when they
won 20-6. The Wolverines were
victorious last year when they
nipped Iowa 15-14.
If the once mighty Wolverines
expect to make a favorable show-
ing in the conference meet next
month, they will have to display
considerable improvement in their
final meets against Northwestern,
Michigan State. and Ohio State.#
Iowa, meanwhile, continues to'
improve as their conference rec-
ord now stands at 5-0.

Le maize and JtLue won every
event. Another sophomore, Nick
Wiese, took first in the flying rings.
Loken was pleased with the per-
formance of Chico San Antonio,
who turned in his best perform-
ance of the season in winning the
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