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house mark of 14' 2". He actually
won the event when he proved to
be the only man capable of vault-
ing 14', but was given a shot at
the record and came through on
his first attempt.
Fails at 14' 6"
He tried three times thereafter
to do 14' 6", but failed, receiving
a rousing ovation for his efforts.
Michigan's other winner was
perhaps its most impressive. Capt.
Ron Wallingford, who disappoint-
ed Michigan followers earlier by
finishing an unimpressive fourth
in the mile, overwhelmed the rest
of the field in the two mile to re-
capture the title in that event in
'M' Makes Move
Five events-four races and the
broad jump-had been decided
when the powerful Wolverines
launched their surge to first place.
Michigan stood third by about
three points going into the 1000-
yard run. Gray's stirring win,
coupled with Robin Varian's third,
then put the Maize and Blue out
in front for keeps.
Including both indoor and out-
door titles, it was the third straight
championship for the Wolverines
and their 38th in history-an un-
The only Conference record set
was, as anticipated, in the broad
jump. Indiana's great newcomer,
Greg Bell, leaped 24' 11%" to es-
tablish a new mark. This jump was
executed in Friday's preliminaries,
but was counted since he failed
to better it yesterday.
Michigan's Tom Hendricks plac-
ed fourth in the event, also failing
to improve on his Friday perform-
ance of 23'. Hendricks proved a
valuable point-getter, taking third
in the fast low-hurdle finals.
Other Wolverine Scorers
Other Michigan scorers were
Geert Keilstrup, third in the half-
mile; Dick Flodin, fourth in the
440; Laird Sloan, third in the 660;
and Bob Rudesill and Bob Brown,
third and fifth, respectively, in
k the 300.
In the mile relay, which was
judged in two heats on a time
basis, Indiana's foursome repeated
as champions, Iowa took second
and the Wolverine quartet-Geo-
rge Gluppe, Flodin, Varian and
Rudesill-took third to end the
Michigan scoring in this, the final
Michigan failed to score in only
one event-the high hurdles-
which was won by Michigan
State's Joe Sayoldi in :08.5, a new
fieldhouse record. The Wolverines
had no entry in the high hurdles.
ines by beating Iowa's Gary Kur-
delmeier, 5-2, in the 177 pound
With the match tied, 2-2 near
the finish and Kurdelmeier having
the hold, Marchello scored a re-f
versal and hung on to his bigger
opponent to gain an extra point
for riding time.
Marchello, wrestling very care-
fully, out-thought his opponent for
the victory. Both men are sopho-
mores, making their first appear-
ances in the tourney.
Jenkinson Edges McMahon
In a match that was decided by'
just two seconds of riding time,!
Iowa's Harlan Jenkinson edged
Michigan's John McMahon, 9-8, to
take the 167 pound title.
The score was tied at the finish
but the judges decided that Jen-
kinson had 61 seconds of riding
time, one second more than the
required minute, and awarded him
the deciding point.
Frank Hirt lost a close 2-0 deci-
sion to Jim Sinadinos of MSU in
another final match.
The biggest -blow to Michigan's
hopes earlier in the tourniamentj
was Don Haney's ankle injury
which kept him from repeating as
147 pound champion.
Even with his weak ankle, Haney
managed to garner a fourth place
Dan Deppe, wrestling at 123
pounds, pinned his opponent in
the short time of 1:58 to take third
place and Charley Anderson fin--
ished fourth in the 130 pound divi-
115-McCann(Ia) over Pihakis (Ind)j
123-Stroud (MSU) decisioned An der-
son (Mian), 2-2 (Referee's deci-
130-Whitney (Pur) decisioned Ed-
wards (Wise), 5-3
137-Sinadinos (MSU) decisioned
HIRT (M), 2-0
147-Praed (Pur) decisioned DeFelice
(OSU), 1-1 (Referee's decision)
157-RODRIGUEZ (M) pinned Ten-
Pas (Ill), 4:36
167-Jenkinson (Ia) decisioned Mc-
MAHON (M), 9-8
177-MARCHELLO (M) decisioned
mneier (Ia), 5-z
191-Leuer (Ia) decisioned Anthony
Heavyweight-Konovsky (Wise) deci-f
sioned Herbold (Minn), 4-1
Wisconsin ......................... 26
Ohio State .......................10,
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IOWA CITY, Iowa (iP)-Iowa ran'
wild in the second half to topple
Illinois 96-72 in a climactic Big
Ten basketball game yesterday.
The victory, in a nationally tele-
vised contest, cinched a title tie
for Iowa and moved the Hawkeyes
within one game of the champion-
Recovering from an eight point
deficit early in the first half, Iowa
ended the opening period with a
37-35 margin and then turned on
the steam to topple the team which
was ranked No. 2 nationally. Iowa
was No. 10. The Hawkeyes had a
.449 field goal percentage for the
Only Hoosiers Left
Only a game with Indiana here.
Monday night now stands between
Iowa and the loop title. The title
automatically provides entry to the
NCAA regional basketball tourna-
ment at Iowa City March 16-17.
Iowa edged Indiana 86-83 in a
game at Bloomingtonl~'eb. 20.
In a great scoring duel between
George BonSalle, the 6'8" Illini
center, and Iowa's Bill Logan, 6'7",
BonSalle came up with 32 points
and Logan with 26. The tight Iowa
defense held two of Illinois' usual
high scorers, Bill Ridley and Paul
Judson, to 11 and 8 points, -espec-
The overall Illinois field goal
percentage was .361-far below its
Iowa held a two point edge early
in the game with both sides miss-
ing frequently. After the lead
changed hands twice, Illinois
zoomed ahead to an 8-point, 17-9
Iowa then recovered and made
10 straight points without a single
Illinois counter to move to a 19-17
advantage midway at the half.,
After that point, Illinois tied the
game up at 19-19, 29-29 and 31-31
but most of the time Iowa held a
two-point margin the remainder of
the period. Iowa's biggest lead in
the first half was four points.
Defensive work was furious with
Illinois holding a first half, edge
in rebounds. Illinois made 36.4 per
cent of its attempts the first half
to 35.4 by Iowa.
At the beginning of the second
half BonSalle tied it up 37-37 and
Bill Ridley's free throw gave Illi-
nois a one-point lead. That was
the last time Iowa was headed.
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MILE RUN-1, Ted Wheeler, Iowa;
2, Selwyn Jones, Michigan State; 3,
Robert Dintelmann, Illinois; 4, Ron
Wallingford, MICHIGAN; 5, Henry
Kennedy, Michigan State. 4:12.5.
70 YARD HIGH HURDLES-1, Joe
Savoldi, Michigan State; 2, Jack Mat-
hews, Iowa; 3, Abe Woodson, Illinois;
4, Tom Campbell, Illinois; 5, Ken
Toye, Northwestern. :08.5 (ties field-
house record by Willard Thompson,
Illinois, in 1955.)
440"YARD RUN-1, Don Ward, In-
diana; 2, Gastonia Finch, Iowa; 3,
Dick Flodin, MICHIGAN; 4, Tom
Ecker, Iowa; 5, Harold Gaffey, Indi-
HIGH JUMP-1, Tie between Mark
Booth, MICHIGAN, and Les Stevens,
Iowa, 6 feet 6% inches; 3, tie be-
tween Stan Menees, MICHIGAN; Sam
Mylin, Wisconsin; Cal Boyd, Indiana;
Brendan O'Reilly, MICHIGAN, and
Don Hillmer, Michigan State, 6-3.
SHOT PUT-1, Dave Owen, MICHI-
GAN, 54 feet 7f inches; 2, Bob
Henry, Minnesota, 53-0; 3, Clarence
Lane, Indiana, 52-2; 4, tie between
Byrl Thompson, Minnesota, and Tom
Peters, Wisconsin, 51-5y.
1,000 YARD RUN-1, Pete Gray,
MICHIGAN; 2, Murray Keatinge,
Iowa; 3, Robin Varian, MICHIGAN;
4, Bob Lawson, Indiana; 5, Gaylord
Denslow, Michigan State. 2.14.4.
BROAD JUMP-1, Greg Bell, Indi-
ana, 24 feet 11% inches; 2, Brealon
Donaldson, Indiana, 23-2%; 3, Lee
Williams, Ohio State, 23-1%; 4, Tom
Hendricks, MICHIGAN, 23-0; 5, Phil
Leahy, Iowa, 22-3. (Bell's 24-11% in
preliminary broke former record of
24-7 by Jewell Daily, Purdue, in
60 YARD DASH-1, Edgar Brabham,
Michigan State; 2, Jim Pace, MICH-
IGAN; 3, Charles Carroll, North-
western; 4, Curtis Griswold, Illinois;
5,"Donald Hebein, MICHIGAN. :06.3.
600 YARD DASH-1, Caesar Smith,
Iowa; 2, Edward- DeLong, Illinois; 3,
Laird Sloan, MICHIGAN; 4, Len De-
palma, Northwestern; 5, James Ely,
300 YARD DASH-1, Edgar Brab-
ham, Michigan State; 2, Joe Hoff-
man, Wisconsin; 3, Bob Rudesill,
MICHIGAN; 4, Greg Bell, Indiana;
5, Bob Brown, MICHIGAN. :31.3.
880 YARD RUN-1, Ted Wheeler,
Iowa; 2, John Miller, Indiana; 3,
Geert Keilstrup, MICHIGAN; 4, Bob
Dintelmann, Illinois; 5, Murray
Keatinge, Iowa. 1:55.1.
POLE VAULT-1, Eeles Landstrom,
MICHIGAN, 14 feet 2 inches; 2,
Brealon Donaldson, Indiana, 13-8; 3,
tie between Jerry Stanners, Illinois;
Nick Piper, Iowa; George Best, Mich-
igan State; Billy Jones, Purdue, and
James Weaver, Ohio State, 13-4.
(Landstrom's height breaks field-
house record of 14-1% by Dale Fos-
ter, Illinois, in 1955.)
TWO MILE RUN-1, Ron Walling-
ford, MICHIGAN; 2, Selwyn Jones,
Michigan State; 3, Henry Kennedy,
Michigan State; 4, Gaylord Denslow,
Michigan State; 5, Tom Linnemeier,
70 YARD LOW HURDLES-1, Abe
Woodson, Illinois; 2, Jack Mathews,
Iowa; 3, Tom Hendricks, MICHIGAN;
4, George Moyers, Northwestern; 5,
Joe Savoldi, Michigan State. :07.9,
(Ties fieldhouse record by Willie
Williams, Illinois, in 1954 and Rod
Perry, Penn State, in 1955.)
ONE MILE RELAY -- 1, Indiana
(Harold Caffey, John Miller, James
Ely, Donald Ward); 2, Iowa; 3, MICH-
IGAN; 4, Northwestern; 5, Ohio State.
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