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21, 1956

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREZ

21, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

PRO HOCKEY PLAYOFFS:

Canat~diens

Win

Stan ley Cup Tilts
TWENTY POINT MARGIN:
Gomberg Wins I-M Track Title

Detroit Defeats Toronto
With Third Period Scores

By The Associated Press
DETROIT
The Detroit Red Wings playing
the type of hockey that made them
the champions of the National
Hockey League for seven consecu-
Dayton Wins
I Contest
By The Associated Press
The first-seeded Dayton Flyers
won their quarterfinal game in the
National Invitational Basketball
Tournament last night, as they
nipped Xavier, 72-68. Dayton will
now play little St. Francis of
Brooklyn in the semifinals.
St. Joe Wins
St. Joseph of Philadelphia qual-
ified for the other semifinal round,
when they defeated Seton Hall
74-65 in the first half of last
night's doubleheader. They will
play second-seeded Louisville on
Thursday night.
Seton Hall's Dick Gaines, re-
garded as. one of the metropolitan
district's finest all-around players,
was guarded effectively while Ray
Radziszewski and Al Juliana paced
St. Joseph to a second half splurge
that decided the game.

tive years, exploded for three goals
in less than five minutes of the
third period to down the Toronto
Maple Leafs 3-2, in the opener of
their semi-final Stanley Cup hock-
ey playoffs last night.
Sudden Scores
The Red Wings, played sluggish
hockey for the first two periods
and were losing 2-0 as the third{
period began. Then Gordie Howe,
John Bucyk, and Alex Delvicchio
fired i home consecutive goals for
the fired up Red Wings, which
completely stunned the Maple
Leafs and turned the game Into
a Detroit victory.
MONTREAL
Maur' e (the Rocket) Richard,
34-year-old scoring wizard of the
Montreal Canadiens, slIam m ed
home three goals last night in a
7-1 rout of the New York Rangers.
Steals Show
The Rocket, who is the highest
scorer in NHL history, was just
about the whole show in a power-
ful offensive turned loose by the
National League champions. Boom
Boom Geoffrion bagged a pair of
goals for the star-studded Canad-
iens, while Big Jean Beliveau, the
leading scorer in the NHL this
year, got one goal as did Dickie
Moore..

By MIKE BERNSTEIN and
JACK BUS SELLE
Gomberg dethroned Taylor in
the Residence Halls indoor track
championships held last night at
Yost Field House.
In winning their first indoor
track title, the Big Red of Gom-
berg amassed a total of 32 points
to run away from its nearest rival,
Tavlor House.

Highlight of the evening was the
mile run in which Gomberg's Pete,
Marudes easily outdistanced the
field with a 5:06.5 effort. Ham-
pered by a slow track, the former
outdoor champion led throughout
the race and finished well in front
of his closest opponent, Kim Green,
of Cooley House.
Win 880

Huber. Blackburn previously turn-
ed in a :06.8 race in his respective
heat, as did Fred Nott of Michigan
House.
Reeves House relied upon John
Hernstein in the high jump as he
leaped 5'9" to nose out Jack For-
syth of Van Tyne. Tying for third
was Earl Kauffman of Gomberg
and Tom Tulson of Lloyd.
The running broad jump was
characterized by George Statho-
poulos' 19'31/2" leap for Taylor

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MONTREAL GOALIE JACQUES PLANTE played another brilliant
game in the nets for the Canadiens last night, as they defeated the
New York Rangers 7-1 in the first game of the Stanley Cup
playoffs.
'M' GRAPPLERS READY:
Matmen to Appear In I

The former champions could Gomberg continued its domina-
only manage a total of 12 points, tion in the 880-yd. run when Bob
while according to official I-M Mattson, defending champion,
scores, Williams took third place fought off a late rally of Don
with 10, followed by Cooley, 6% /Weiss of Scott and went on to win
and a three-way tie for fifth be- the event in 2:17.3.
tween Adams, Van Tyne, and Hu- More points were added, to the
ber with 6 points each. delight of the Big Red's spirited
ber____h ___p ___s____h. athletes, when Gene Williams fol-
lowed Taylor's Tom Jones for a
fourth place effort.
Close Race
CA A M eet Bb Cook's :58.4 in the 440-yard
r ace proved to be the winning time
for Adams House in a race against
the clock. Cook was pressed all the
running, but the Aggies are favored way by Van Tyne's Phi Davis, who
if for no other reason than that turned in a :58.5 clocking. Dave
every man on last year's squad is Stawyski of Gomberg and Dave
again competing this season. Cornwell of Cooley provided some
Rodriguez Favored close competition.
Armstrong Kweku broke into
Wolverine prospects seem bright- the scoring for Wenley House with
est in the 157-pound division with a fine triumph in the 60-yard dash.
All-American Rodriguez and Iowa's Tafn1riumhin he 60-y ar a
Kweku won hi.- heat inO :6 *.and

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By ED BERNRUETER
Michigan's Big Ten wrestling
champions will send a four-man
contingent to Stillwater, Okla. this
weekend to pit its strength against
the /nation's best in the NCAA
tournament.
This "world series" promises to
be a huge success as all the seats
in Oklahoma's field house are sold
out. The tournament will decide
champion teams and individual
wrestlers from among the 500
colleges which compete in inter-
collegiate wrestling.
Fn 'M' Entri"

ways powerful Oklahoma Univer-
sity squad, as the Aggies attempt
On Thie Spot Coverage
For the first time since 1948
The Michigan Daily will receive
a first-hand account of the
NCAA basketball tournament.
Alan Eisenberg, Associate
Sports Editor, leaves for Evans-
ton, Ill. today for the basketball
extravaganza which gets under-
way tomorrow evening.

Larry TenPas the leading contend-
ers. Rodriguez pinned TenPas in
the finals of the Big Ten meet in
the fiercest fought match of his
career.
Jack Marchello, Big Ten 177-
pound champion, will step down to

'M' Trackmen Look South;
Indoor Schedule Near Finish

One more week of indoor meets.
That's what confronts the men'
of Michigan track, as they prepare
' for invitational affairs in Montreal
and Chicago.
- t Keep in Shape
The main purpose of these invi-
tationals is to keep the men in
competition during the transitional
stage which occurs during the lull
between the indoor and outdoor
schedules.
After this coming weekend,. the
thinclads will set their sights on
the annual spring jaunt to the
warmer climes of the South. On
their return after Easter vacation,
the outdoor slate of meets will be
upon them.
Poor Conditions
Aside from pole-vaulter EelesI
Landstrom's 148" ascent at Cleve-i
land, there wasn't too much to brag
about last weekend. The invita-
tional meet at Denison, Ohio, was
held under conditions which were
anything but conducive to good
performances.
The races at the Denison field-
house were started at the begin-
Exhibition
Baseball Scores
Philadelphia (N) 7, Washington
(A) 1
St,-Louis (N) 3, New York (A) 2
Cincinnati (N) 10, Pittsburgh
(N) 3
Kansas City (A) 7, Milwaukee
(N) 5
Cincinnati (N) 'B' 5, St. Louis
(N) 'B' 4
New York (N) 9, Baltimore (A) 5
Chicago (N) 14, Cleveland (A) 7
Brooklyn (N) 8, Detroit (A) 2

ning of a straightaway which le
through an open door, so that th
frigid night air filled the aren
and made for stiff muscles. Tor
Hendricks, for instance, took on
broad-jump, then decided to ca
it quits for fear of injury.

r our UI rIVA ~eAJ1s to extend their record to three the 167-pound class to compete
Fifty of these colleges will be consecutive national titles. against defending champ Fred
represented by a total of 240 en- Pittsburgh, Eastern Intercollegi- Davies of the Aggies and Eastern
Michigan's Dan Deppe, Frank Hirt ate champs, may also be in the Intercollegiate champ Ed DeWitt.
and Conference titlists Mike Rod-
d riguez and Jack Marchello. They
e will be grappling for individual
a honors rather than a team title
m because of the small number of
e Wolverine entries.
LI Host Oklahoma A&M can ex-
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