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v SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1956

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Icers Ginch. Playoffs;M' Teams in Big Tei

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First Period
Tallies Give
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Michigan, Indiana Tops
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Illini Lead

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down the middle to convert a per-
fectly timed pass from MacFar-
land into goal number three.
Tech stemmed the tide tempor-
arily with four minutes left in
the period. Taking advantage of
a Wolverine penalty and a pileup
in front of goalie Lorne Howes,
Jack McManus of the Huskies
sent Dee Stadium into pandemon-
ium by knocking the puck into
the net.
More Tech Lapses
Continued defensive lapses pre-
vented a further Tech comeback.
With Bernie Hanna's two-minute
penalty just completed, the Husk-
ies stayed too long in their power
play positions and Rendall broke
in all alone from mid-ice to re-
gain Michigan's three-goal lead.
Tech had one more moment of
glory midway in the final stanza
when Aubry's pass to Wylie out-
maneuvered Howes to bring the
score to 5-2.
Only seconds later Switzer's suc-
cessful closeup shot convinced
everyone, finally, that this was
Michigan's night for victory.
Referee Matt Pavelich was in-
strumental in keeping the flarable
tempers of both sides in hand.
Several times he had to send mem-
bers from both teams into the pen-
alty box for double violations. Any
time that possible fights seemed to
be brewing, the able brother of De-
broke up the brawl before it
troit Redwinger Marty Pavelich
started.
The wild partisans of Houghton,
already planning a mass excursion
to Colorado for the playoffs, had a
band and girl cheerleaders to en-
courage their first NCAA contest-
ants in history.
STATISTICS
FIRST PERIOD: , Goals: 1--Michigan,
Schiller (McDonald) 5:27; 2-Michi-
gan,- MacFarland (Dunnigan) 5:52;
3-Michigan, Rendall (McIntosh,
MacFarland) 7:35; 1-Tech, J. Mc-
Manus (Aubry, Stenlun) 15:52.
Penalties: Michigan, Schiller (inter-
ference) 0:49; McDonald (roughing)
9:38; Buchanan (elbowing) 14:11.
Tech, Wilson (high-sticking) 0:49;
Tattersall (roughing) 9:38.I
SECOND PERIOD: Goals: 4-Michi-
gan, Rendall (Pitts) 9:56.
Penalties: Michigan, Rendall (high-
sticking) 2:25; McIntosh (high-stick-
ing) 7:08; Hanna (knocking stick
from man on ice) 7:28: Tech, Crock-
att' (high-sticking) 2:25; Tattersall
(high-sticking) 7:08.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals: 2-Tech,
Wylie (Aubry) 9:27; 5-Michigan,
Switzer (Dunnigan, McIntosh) 9:46.
. Penalties: Michigan, Dunnigan (high
sticking) 19:32. Tech, Aubry (high-
sticking) 19:32.

In the first heat of the 1000-
and the broad jump preliminary yard run, Wolverine Robin-Varian
matches. placed second in a very tight race,
In the running events the first, barely nipping MSU's Gaylord
second and third finishers qualify. Denslow for the runner-up spot.
In the broad jump ,the five best Murray Keatinge of Iowa won in
in yesterday's advance meet earned 2:17.1.
berths in the finals. Defending champion Pete Gray,
Michigan qualified two men in seemingly in rather poor condi-
each of four of the races, one in tion, barely managed to take third
the 440 and one in the broad jump. in the second heat, which was won
Highlighting the proceedings by Bob Lawson of Indiana in
was Indiana's outstanding sopho- 2:18.1.
Dick Flodin was Michigan's only
qualifier in the 440-dash. Flodin
led all the way into the stretch,
then Hoosier Harold Caf fey whip-
ped past him and Iowa's Tom
Ecker nosed him at the tape for
second.
In the 300, Bob Rudesill took
third in addition to Brown's first.
Brown clocked the best time-a
:31.4.
The Wolverines took a pair of
>f: f' seconds in the 600, Laird Sloan
following Iowa's Caesar Smith in
the first heat. Unsung Michigan
sophomore Don Matheson ran sur-
prisingly good to beat Indiana's
Jun Ely and follow Illinois' Ed De-
Long in the second heat.
It was the same situation for
the Maize and Blue in the half'
mile. The second-seeded Keatinge,
defending champion Gray and Illi-
nois' Bob Dintelmarn put on a
photo finish in the first heat,
Keatinge edging Gray at the wire
«>:;: '...r......, in 1:57.3.
ROBIN VARIAN The favored Iowan, lanky Ted
.... Second in 1000-yd. heat Wheeler, beat Geert Keilstrup of
Michigan in the second trial in
more broad-jumper Greg Bell, who 1:58.5.
is shooting for a new American . The other Wolverine to quali'fy
indoor mark. 1was Tom Hendricks, whose 23' was
Bell didn't make it yet, but he good for third in the broad jump.
did establish a new Western Con- He also will run the 70-yard low
ference standard when he cata- hurdles today. Michigan had no
paulted 24'11%". entries in the 70-yard highs.

BOB BROWN
. ..tops in 300 for'
Rose Bowl
Paet Passed
Big Ten Still Favors
Previous Agreement
EAST LANSING ()-The Big
Ten, by a majority conditional
vote, yesterday went on record as
favoring continuation of the Rose
Bowl football agreement with the
Pacific Coast Conference.
The matter now will be voted
upon within the next 60 days by
the faculties of each Big Ten insti-
tution.
"There are some conditions of
the present agreement that must
be negotiated," said Assistant
Commissioner Bill Reed. "One
specifically will be the number of
tickets allotted to the Big Ten and
the location of the seats."
Although there was no appeal
made by Michigan in regard to
the ineligibility of its two hockey
players, Conference faculty repre-
sentatives upheld the ineligibility
of sophomore Wally Maxwell and
junior Mike Buchanan.

Gymnasts
In Title Bid
(Continued from Page 1)
1516. The all-around places are
the only final results.
Wiese Performs Well
Nick Wiese has also produced
well. He will take part in six
routines in today's action. Wiese
finished eighth in the all-around,
to give Michigan badly needed
points. Michigan's strong events
today should be the parallel bars,
the long-horse, and the flying
rings because they have at least
two men, three in the parallel
bars, who placed fairly high.
Don Leas of Michigan State has
done an excellent job of keeping
his team in contention. He has
placed in seven events for the fi-
nals, and should be the sparkplug
of the Spartan drive for second
place.
Other Michigan men who quali-
fled are Jack Burchfield on the
trampoline and Tony San Antonio
on the parallel bars.
Loken Disappointed
Coach Newt Loken felt a little
disappointed. "The highbar inci-
dent was too bad. It's the first
time Gagnier has fallen in a year
and a half.
"I was also a little let down
when Remo Boila couldn't finish
his trampoline routine. He would
have done very well had he been
able to do a complete routine. An-
other weak spot was the side-
horse. We only placed one man
and expected more."
Captain San Antonio said, "It's
really kind of a good thing that
Illinois is running away with the
meet. They are way too strong for
us and it has given us something
to'work for to shoot for second."
Nick Wiese added a tone of en-
couragement as he left for the
locker room. "Don't worry, Coach,"
he said. "We'll do a lot better to-
morrow."
As a note of interest, Iowa's in-
jured all-around star, Sam Bailie
participated in two events, and
qualified, even though his ankle
was in a cast.- He hobbled to and
from the apparatus on crutches.
SPORTS
Night Editor
DAVE GREY

(Continued ro Page. 1)
the disheartening defeat of defend-
ing champion Don Haney in the
147 pound division, 157 and 167
pound stars John McMahon and
Mike Rodriguez.
Offsetting these victories was
the disheartening defeat of de-
fending champion Don Haney in
the 147 pound division. Bothered
by an injured ankle, top seeded
Haney was knocked into the battle
for third and fourth place when
he was narrowly decisioned, 4-3,
by Purdue's Drayton Praid.
Hirt gained the finals in one
of last evening's top battles, when
he eked out a 5-4 decision over top
seeded Bill Muther of Illinois.

Grappling Ahmet "Turk" Senol
of Purdue, one of the roughest
competitors in the meet, March-
ello squeezed by to a 4-3 decision.
Rodriguez had to beat Iowa's
John Winder, last year's Confer-
ence champion at 177 pounds in
order to gain the final round of
the power-packed 157 pound divi-
sion. Today he will face favored
Larry TenPas of Illinois, the 167
pound titlist of 1955.
Winning all three of his matches
by four point decisions, McMa-
hon will face Harlan Jenkinsen of
Iowa this afternoon. As Iowa rests
much of its hopes on Jenkinsen,
this will be an extremely crucial
match.

Wrestlers Gain Early
Lead in Big Ten Meet

JOHN McMAHON
..... qualified for finals

match.

BARRON DOUBTFUL

STARTER

Cagers To Play Gophers Here Tonight

By STEVE HEILPERN
Michigan's basketball team will
assume a unique role tonight-'
that of favorite.
The Wolverines face Minnesota
tonight at Yost Field House. Game'
time is 8 p.m.
The Gophers, who are tied for
seventh place in the Big Ten with
the Wolverines, dropped an 81-79
decision to Michigan at Minnesota
earlier this season.
Barron Bothered by Knee
Bill Perigo, Michigan's coach,
may have to make another lineup
Sports Notes
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Major League
baseball clubs are going into
television bigger than ever this
year, with 13 teams putting
some 860 games on the air at a
total cost of about $26,200,000.
NEW YORK-Wayne Univer-
sity of Detroit with a 16-1 over-
all record has been selected to
play in the 'NCAA basketball
championships.
* * *
IOWA CITY-Iowa and Illi-
nois clash here this afternoon
in a match for the Big Ten bas-
ketball title,
The game will be nationally.
televised.

change-guard Jim Barron, who
made a brilliant comeback last
Saturday against Wisconsin, was
bothered by his bad knee at Pur-
due Monday night and may have
to relinquish his starting berth to
either Billy Wright or Jim Shear-
on.
Barron has undergone treatment
for it all week. A doctor at Uni-
versity Hospital examined the knee
yesterday morning, and said it was
a continuation of his old injury-
torn ligaments and cartilages.
He added, however, that another
operation will not be needed at the
present.
Captain Tom Jorgensen, new
possessor of Michigan's all-time
scoring record, will go at the-other
backcourt position, and Ron Kra-
mer is slated for his usual pivot
duties.
Pete Tillotson and Randy Tar-
rier will go at the forward posi-
tions, but Milt Lingle, who per-
formed creditably at Purdue,
should also see a good deal of ac-
tion up front.
Donmeyer, Lindsley Lead Gophers
6'3" center Jed Donmeyer leads
Minnesota with a 20.2 Conference
scoring average. Gerry "Buck"
Lindsley, a junior guard, is the
visiting team's chief threat from
the outside and is a fine play-
maker.
Other Gopher starters are for-
wards Jerry Kindall and George
Kline and guard George Hanson.

DELANEY BETTERS MARK:
Ohio Widens Big :Ten Swim Margin

By ED SALEM
Special To The Daily
LAFAYETTE, Ind. - With Mike
Delaney's record breaking per-
formance leading the way, Michi-
gan's surprising swimming team
found itself in second place in the
Big Ten swimming meet held at
Purdue.
After two nights of competition,
Ohio State, as expected, was set-
tled comfortably in first place with
45 points. Michigan was next with
30, followed by Indiana and Iowa
with 24 each and Michiagn State
who had 21.
The last of the meeting will be
held tonight.
Delaney Rallies
Delaney trailed Michigan State's
John Dudeck most of the way in
the 200-yard butterfly, but rallied
in the last 25 yards to nip the
Spartan and Indiana's Ron Honda.
Delaney's time of 2:15 bettered
the Big Ten mark of 2:15.1 for-
merly held by another Michigan
captain, 'Bumpy' Jones.
To nobody's surprise, Ohio State
dominated the low board diving

WIHL STANDINGS
W L T Pts.
Michigan Tech 14 3 0 17
MICHIGAN 12 2 1 16
Colorado College 10 7 0 14
GAMES LAST NIGHT
MICHIGAN 5, Michigan Tech 2
Denver 10, Colorado College 3
Minnesota 8, North Dakota 4

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by taking the first three places.
M~ichigan's John Murphy, despite
a gash on his head received when
he struck the board earlier in the
day, took fourth place honors for
the Wolverines. Teammate Charlie
Bates took fifth place.
Murphy's accident occurred af-
ter he had qualified for the finals
in the afternoon. Taking a prac-
tice backdive, Murphy's head
landed on the diving board. Several
stitches were required to close
the wound.
Illinois is in sixth place thus far
in the meet with 14 points, follow-
ed by Northwestern with 12 points
and Purdue with six. Wisconsin
and Minnesota have remained
scoreless.
Kuhn Sets Mark
Al Kuhn, the brilliant freestyler
from Northwestern, set a Purdue
field house pool record in the 50-
yard freestyle race with a time of
.22.6. Lincoln Hurring, the Cap-
tain of the Iowa squad, set a pool
record in the 220-yard backstroke
event with a time of 2:08.4.
Other point getters for the Wol-
verines were Bob Knox in the 50-
yard freestyle, Jim Kruthers in
the 200-yard backstroke, John
O'Reilly in the 220-yard freestyle,
and the 400 yard freestyle relay
team composed of Knox, Fritz
Meyers, Laurie Thomas and Harri-
son Wehner, which recorded a
fifth place. In the diving event,
John Narcy was nudged out of
sixth place by a fractional mar-
girl.
Ohio State should go all the
way and take the championship
today. The Buckeye diving trio of
Don Harper, Frank Fraunfelter,
Fletcher and Gilders should sweep
the high board diving event. Al
Wiggins, the Conference's best
swimmer, has been used in only
one event making him available
for two more.
Michigan will have a hard battle
ahead but. has a good chance to
clinch second place in the Big Ten
meet. Delaney, who will be swim-
ming in the 220 breast-stroke race,

has a good chance of copping first
place. Michigan should clinch
points in diving and the medley
relay race.
Indiana completely dominated
the 220 freestyle race with Bill
Woolsey and "Sonny" Tanabe fin-
ishing one-two. When Delaney
beat Ron Honda in the butterfly,
Indiana's chances for upsetting
OSU were eliminated.

East Lansing in February.

E NGIN E E RS,
SCIENT ISTS,
PHYSICISTS,

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GERRY LINDSLEY
... junior playmaker
Minnesota's starting quintet av-
erages a shade under 6'2", as
compared to Michigan's 6'3".
The Wolverines close out theit
season Monday night at Yost Field
House when they clash with rival
Michigan State. The Spartans
dealt Michigan an 86-76 defeat at
East Lansing in February

Santee Issue Still Undecided;
May Compete in K. of C. Mile

NEW YORK (RP) - The court-
ordered return of Wes Santee to
the Columbian Mile takes preced-
ence over all other events in the
37th New York Knights of Colum-
bus track meet tonight.
Yesterday's developments how-
ever, left two big questions unan-
swered.
They are: Will Santee be per-
mitted to run, after all? And, if
he is, what will happen to anyone
who runs against him?
Injunction Set Aside
Jay-Ehret Mahoney, attorney
for the Amateur Athletic Union,
yesterday filed a show cause order
in the Appellate Division asking to
have the injunction against the
AAU, granted Thursday, set aside.
The' injunction, signed by State
Supreme Court Justice James Mc-
Nally, stopped the AAU from en-
forcing its lifetime suspension of
Santee.
Action This Morning
Yesterday's legal action was put
on the calendar for this morning

and if the AAU position is upheld,
Santee will not be eligible to run
in tonight's meet.
The Kansan, now a Marine lieu-
tenant at Quantico, Va., was bar-
red Feb. 19 from all amateur com-
petition after a hearing on charges
that he had accepted excessive ex-
pense money.
Judge McNally's injunction ren-
dered that suspension ineffective,
pending a hearing next Friday.
SCORES
NHL.
ii Montreal 3, Chicago 1
WBA BASKETBALL
Boston 119, Minneapolis 113

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