SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1955
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
Hawkeyes Give Swimmers
Last Test Before Ohio State
By LEW HAMBURGER
Coaches Gus Stager and Bruce
Harlan get their last chance to
experiment with the Michigan
swimming team before the crucial
Ohio State meet when they tackle
Iowa at 7:30 tonight in the Sports
The Hawkeyes, although not the
weakest team in the league, do not
possess the strength to prevent
Michigan from wrapping up its
fourth straight Big Ten win.
The Wolverine coaches ,there-
fore, will have a last look at the
strength and weakness of their
own team before deciding on a
lineup to oppose the Buckeyes.
In addition, tonight will be the
first time since mid-January that
the Michigan -team has had a
home meet. It will give them a
chance to become acclimated to
meet conditions in the pool in
which they will face Ohio State.
Divers Jim Walters and Charley
Bates also welcome the competi-
tive return to their familiar home
Iowa has a fine sprinter in Dick
Pennington, several times a fin-
alist at the NCAA meet. Should he
and Ron Gora oppose each other,
it could well be a prelude to the
Big Ten championships.
Lincoln Hurring is the big Iowa
threat in the backstroke. The
sophomore star has turned in the
Big Ten's best backstroke time to
date and-Michigan's Bert Ward-
rop will have his hands full if he
is to win the event.
Buddy Lucas is the Iowa middle
distance standout, but he is a bit
over-matched with Jack Wardrop
and Bumpy Jones. Michigan will
probably go with just one of these
stars and either John O'Reilly or
Harrison Wehner as the other en-
In the breaststroke event Mi-
chigan will probably rely on Jim
Thurlow and Joe Haselby, al-
though Jones has been used in
this event also.
To Meet NU
A t Evanston
Michigan's faltering wrestling
team takes on Northwestern at
Evanston this afternoon with the
stellar attraction in the 157 poundI
Meeting in this weight class will
be Northwestern's Ken Kraft and
Wolverine Don Haney, both of
whom remain undefeated for the
At 147 pounds Michigan Cap-
tain Andy Kaul will be opposed by
John McSayne as he attempts to
start a new winning streak. Kaul
had compiled a tremendous rec-
ord of 23 straight dual ineet vic-
tories prior to his being upset by
Iowan Jerry Salmon in an 8-2 de-
cision last Saturday.
A tough encounter is in store
for Wolverine Dan Deppe as he
meets Bob Christiansen in the
lightweight division. The latter, a
senior, did not compete last year
but was runner up in the NCAA
championships as a sophomore.
Mike Rodriguez, Wolverine 167
pounder, is favored in his en-
counter with Ted Struve, but the
upper two weights will undoubt-
edly cause Michigan trouble. Un-
predictable John McMahon will
be up against Wildcatter Jerry
Remien in the 177 class, while win-
less heavyweight Paul Melgaard
will be pitted against a yet un-
By JUDIE CANTOR
Illinois continued its unbrokenI
seven-year string of victories over
the Michigan gymnastics team last
night when it trounced the Wol-;
verines, 612 to 3412, before a
large crowd at the Sports Build-
The Illini shone in five out of
the six events, displaying the skill
and mastery which has made them
Big Ten champs four years in a
row. Especially outstanding were
Dan Lirot on the mats, Jeff Aus-
tin on the mats and trampoline,
and Captain Tom Gardner on the
parallel bars and flying rings. Bill
Winkler and Wayne Warren up-
held the honor of Michigan on the
trampoline and parallel bars, re-
Austin Beats Winkler
Austin took the tramp event for
Illinois with 260 points while
Winkler placed a very close sec-
ond with 256. Michigan Coach
Newt Loken was pleased with the
tramp team performance, how-
On the side horse, Jon Culbert-
son edged out the Wolverine's
Warren, 238 to 236. Both men dis-
played top-flight form.
An even closer event was the
high bar, with Dick Jirus scoring
240, a one-point margin over sen-
ioi Frank Adams.
Tom Gardner of the Illini grab-
bed the parallel bars event with a
total of 250, while both Anthony
Hlinka and Warren tied for third,
scoring 225 markers each.
Gardner came through again on
the flying rings with a 246-241
margin over M' sophomore Nick
In the final event of tumbling,
Austin and Lirot grabbed first and
second places with 268 and 266
points respectively. Michigan's
Frank Adams was a weak third.
Defending Big Ten Champs
Capture Five of Six Events
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Minnesota flared up in the third
periodl and it appeared as if the
apparently unsurmountable lead
might be cut. Goals by high-flying
John Mayasich and Bob Mere-
dith, the latter coming while the
Maize and Blue were handicapped
by two men in the penalty box,
S THE TIME OF HIS LIFE>
put the Gophers back in the
All home town hopes were shat-
tered, however, on a score by Jerry
Karpinka at 15:18.
Rise in Standings
The win places the Wolverines
in a far better position in the
WIHL standings. The final order
of the teams hinges on the out-
NEW YORK (A') - Ezzard
Charles came back from two
beatings by Rocky Marciano,
sluggish and wild but sharp
enough to batter overmatched
Charley Norkus for a unani-
mous. 10-round , decision . last
night at Madison Square Gar-
The former heavyweight
champion, now 33, dropped
Norkus with a right hand to
the jaw in the early seconds
of the ninth round.
come of the games this weekend.
between league-leading Colorado
College and Denver and Michigan
State and North Dakota. All
games are worth one point to the
Michigan has already shot past
Minnesota in the standings. A
double loss by Denver coupled with
another Michigan win tonight
would vault the undermanned
Heyliger crew into third place just
a half point behind second place
FIRST PERIOD: Goals-I-Mich-
igan - Schiller (MacFarland)
13:52; 2 - Michigan-Karpinka
(N. Buchanan) 14:49; 3-Mich-
igan-M. Buchanan (Karpin-
Penalties: Minnesota-B. Mere-
dith (hooking) ; Michigan-
Hanna (holding) M. Buchan-
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Penalties: Minnesota-Jetty (il-
legal check); Michigan-Schil-
ler (holding), Goold ( hold-
THIRD PERIOD: Goals-5-Min-
0:19; 6-Minnesota-B. Mere-
dith (Mayasich, Petroske)
7:05; 7-Michigan-Goold (Kar-
pinka, N. Buchanan) 15:18.
Penalties: Minnesota-D. Mere-
dith (slashing); Michigan-
Pitts (interference), M. Buch-
anan (hooking), S c h ill e r
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