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TH MCMG.AN BAILY

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THE 1~IICHIGAN DAILY P

Wrestlers Topple Favored Iowa;
Indiana Smashes Hoopsters, 97-73

Late Scores

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Illinois 111, Ohio State 64
Iowa 70, Northwestern 65
Minnesota 77, Wisconsin 71
Dlayton 76, St. Francis (Pa.) 41
North Carolina 83, Virginia 72
N.C. State 95, South Carolina 68
Houston 67, St. Louis 66
Wayne 105, Case Tech 54
Kentucky 88, Mississippi 49
USC 85, Washington State 54
Wichita 86, Bradley 59

Iowa State 88, Missouri 85
Brown 82, Princeton 79
Pittsburgh 77, Army 67
Notre Dame 70, Navy 63
Georgia Tech 79, Tulane 77
Yale 72, Cornell 60
Kansas 80, Nebraska 56
NHL
Boston 3, Detroit 2
Toronto 5, New York 0
WIHL
Michigan Tech 2, Minnesota 0

,Ineligibilities
Ineligibility f or scholastic rea-
sons of seven athletes was
announced yesterday.
Failing to make grades were
sprinter John Johnson, hurdlers
Dick Hill and Roger Severson,
and milers Peter Stanger and
Jack Green of the track team.
Also ineligible were Jim Vuko-
vich of the baseball squad and
puekster' Morley Chin.

91,15 Win
eps Title
o es Alive
By TOM BEIERLE
chigan's wrestling team yes-
y scored a tremendous 18-15
* victory over the top-ranked,
ipion-studded and heavily-
ed Iowa Hawkeyes. at Yost
i House.
e win followed upon the heels
,n 18-16 victory over Purdue
a 14-12 edging of Michigan
e, during the vacation period.
hn McMahon, Mike Rodriguez,
d Hamady,and Don Haney
tined to make a clean sweep
11 the middle weight events,
he Hawkeyes, who are labeled
he Big Ten's finest this year
ht hard enough in the low and
y weight classes to keep the
e fans on the edge of their1

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Ragged Play
Marks Loss
(continued from page 1)
able to collect more than six
points. This complete lack of scor-
ing balance, in complete contrast
to Indiana which had three men
'with more than 16 points, con-
tributed just as much to the Michi-
gan collapse as did their ball
handling.

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ARE YOU PLANNING A PARTY?

-Daily-Hal Leeds
MICHIGAN'S ED SWITZER drives a hard shot past goalie Jeff Simus into the Colorado College goal
during the Wolverines' 7-2 rout of the Tigers last Wednesday night. The victory was sweet re-
venge for Colorado's 6-3 triumph of the previous evening.
WIHL RACE TIGHTENS:
Pressure Mounts on Michigan Icers
t 4'

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Barley
Dees,
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IGAN G F
f .......... 0 2-3
r, f . ........ 2' 2-4
f........ 2 3-5
son, f....... 1 2-4
uns, f-c ..., 1 0-0
Ler, c-f ...9 6-12
t, g ........ 3 2-2
an, g ....... 1 0-0
r, g ... .... 2 0-1
nsen, g .... 3 6-8
,on, g.. .....1 0-0
als ... ..... 25 23-29
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f ...........0 1-2y
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C .......... 1 0-0
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uskey, g .... 3 3-4
n, g ........ 1 5-6
;als ... ..... 30 37-46

McMahon Edges Champ
Mahon defeated a reigning
ren champion for the second
this year as he narrowly out-
ed Iowa's John Winder, 13-11,
e fastest and most exciting
h. of the day. Winder holds
rear's conference crown in the
ound class.
spite a badly cut eye suffered
in the match, Captain Rod-
z came through in his usual
ping fast attack and corn-
ly dominated Gary Meyers,
Loning him, 17-2.
mady, making his third ap-
lice for the Wolverines play-
e hero role in getting Michi-
lone pin of the meet by hold-
down Hawkeye Ken Reed in
ast time of 2:15.
STATISTICS
Anderson (M) tied Govig (I), 1-1
McCann (I) beat Hirt (M), 7-0
-iamady (M) pinned Reed (I),
2:15
*rney'(M) beat Roberts (I), 13-3
Rodrigues (M) beat Meyers (I),
17-2
-MMahon (M)beat Winder (I),
13-11
-Marchello (M) tied .Jenkinson
(I), 1-1
Leuer (I) beat Zervas (M), 1-1
-Kurdelmeler (I) pinned O'Brien
(Ii), :21

By BRUCE BENNETT
Michigan is "behind the eight-
ball" in the Western Intercollegiate
Hockey League race according to
its coach, Vic Heyliger.
The Wolverines blew two valu-
able points in losing to league-
leading Colorado College at the
Coliseum last Tuesday, 6-3, but
escaped further damage by im-
pressively whipping the invaders
the next night, 7-2.
A double win over the western-
ers would have given Michigan a
comfortable two point bulge in
the League standings as the teams
head down the home stretch.
Instead Michigan is lodged in
second place, on point back of
Colorado College and tied with
Michigan Tech, which Heyliger
now rates as the team to beat.
Since the two-game series with
WIHL STANDINGS
Team W L T Pts Pis
Lost
Colorado College .. .10 3 0 14 6
MICHIGAN.....,..9 2 1 13 5
Michigan Tech ....10 2 0 13 3
North Dakota ..... 7' 9 0 10 9
Denver ............. 4 7 2 8 13
Minnesota..........5 8 "1 6 10
Michigan State .... 1 13 0 2 17
When a team plays another four
times, each game is worth one point.
When teams meet only twice, each
game is worth two points.

Michigan State at the end of last
semester, Michigan has been cut
down in numbers. The 3-2 edging
and 7-1 rout of State marked the
absence of Mike Buchanan and
Wally Maxwell from competition.
Both have been declared ineli-
gible officially for the present.
Added to this, reserves Baden
Cosby and Morley Chin are out
for the rest of the season with
injuries.

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35-73
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Michigan is not alone in player
difficulties. Colorado will be with-
out the services of high scorer
Clare Smith, Bunt Hubchik, and
Bob Hersack for the remainder of
the season. These players have1
been declared scholastically ineli-j
gible.
Denver has also felt the bite,
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Sharp for violation of rules.

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By JOHN HILLYER
Speeial To The Daily
EAST LANSING-Shattering a
)rld record in the sprint medley.
lay, Michigan's thinclads domi-
,ted the Michigan State Relays
Jenison Field House here last
ght.
Captain Ron Wallingford's sen-
tional individual showing in
th the sprint medley relay and
Shotput Record
NEW YORK (AP) - Gigantic4
Parry O'Brien, from the U.S.
kir Force, broke his own world
ndoor shotput record with a
nighty toss of 59 feet 9-inches
h the New York Athletic Club
Games in Madison Square Gar-
den.
e two mile event was the high-
ht of the meet for the Wolver-
es.
Wallingford was the anchor
an of the record-breaking four-
ne. He followed Grant Scruggs,
ek Fjodin, and Bob Rudesill for

a time of 3:26.5, erasing the mark
set in the same meet in 1954 by the
Kansas team anchored by the
famed Wes Santee. The Michigan
captain came back later to breeze
home first by a growing margin in
the two mile race.
Michigan athletes accounted for
four first and two seconds to take
most of the glory at the annual
meet. Robin Varian won the 1000
yard run in 2:15.9, giving a final
burst of speed to overtake Kansas
State's Jesse Unruh just before the
finish line.
The Maize and Blue thundered
home with the best time in the
two-heat university mile relay.
Rudesill, Varian, Flodin, and
Scruggs established a new meet
and field house mark of 3:17.4.
Michigan's second places came
in the shot put and the mile run.
Dave Owen's 52'102" heave was
topped only by Kansas' Bill Nieder
who broke the meet record with a
57'6" toss. Chuck Morton of the
Wolverines finished an unimpres-
sive second to another Kansan,
Bernie Gay, in the mile.

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Wednesday, February 15, 1956
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Friday, February 17, 1956
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Saturday, February 18, 1956
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