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15, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Icers

Whip Gophers; Cagers,

Gymnasts

Pucksters
Hold League
Dominance
(Continued from Page 1)
The Wolverines came close to
breaking the game wide open on
two occasions following McDon-
ald's goal, but couldn't make their
shots count.
Minnesota opened fast in the
last stanza, but Howes, playing
brillantly in the nets, wasn't to be
denied. And by this time both
teams were beginning to tire from
the fast pace they set in the open-
ing two periods.
Minnesota got a break-at 10:20
when Pitts went to the cooler for
interference. But the advantage
proved short lived since Pearson
-followed him 35 seconds later for
tripping.
1st Period: GoaTs: I - Minnesota --
Petroske (Wenen) 8:57;
Penalties: Minnesota-Jetty (Inter-
ference) 0:56; Michigan-McIntosh
(charging) 7:53; N. Buchanan (hook-
Ing) 18:07.
2nd Period: Goals: 1-Michigan-N.
* Buchanan (McIntosh) 9:56; 2 -
Michigan - McDonald (Hanna-N.
Buchanan) 11:59.
Penalties: Minnesota - Newkirk
(cross-checking)' 3:33; Pearson -
(cross-checking) 8:29; Newkirk
(highsticking) 16:15. Michigan -
McDonald (highsticking) 16:15; M.
Buchanan (highsticking) 18:15.
3rd Period: Goals: None.
Penalties: Minnesota -- Pearson
(tripping) 10:55; Karnuth (interfer-
ence) 17:17; Jetty (5-minute fight-
ing) 19:23. Michigan-Pitts (inter-
ference) 10:20; .Schiller (5-minute
fighting) 19:23.

Victory Gives

'M' Five Tie
For Second

(Continued from Page 1)
defense honest by cashing in his
efforts from the outside. Jorgen-
sen hit seven from the floor along
with a perfect six for six night
from the free throw line to total
20 points.
The Northwestern offense was
spearheaded by Glen Lose with 23
points and Captain Dick Mast with
22. The 'Cats scoring attack was
hindered late in the contest by the
loss of three men through fouls
but by then the game was safely
in Michigan's hands.
Despite the predominence of
Kramer's scoring efforts the vic-
tory was attributed to an all-
around team effort with Pete Til-
lotson's rebounding a big factor.
The defense kept the Wildcats'
big scorers at bay and stifled their
efforts to climb back into the con-
test.
Hoping to continue their role
as Conference dark horse the
Wolverines ill engage Wisconsin
at Madison Monday evening.

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--Daily-Dick Gaskill
WOLVERINE goalie Lorne Howes sprawls on the ice to block a Minnesota shot in action at the Coli-
seum last night. Both Howes and Gopher goalie Jack McCarten were spectacular in the game, won
by Michigan 2-1..
Defeated By Iowa Michigan Natators
ward rop Swims to New 440 Record

Special to The Daily
IOWA CITY, Iowa-Iowa's star-
studded swimming team took a
48-45 victory from Michigan's
swimmers here yesterday after-
noon by virtue of one tenth ofj
a second in the final relay of the
meet.
Iowa's powerful freestylers swam

the 400 yards in 3:35.6 time, while
Michigan was timed at 3-:35.7. This
event gave the Hawkeyes the nec-
essary points to nose out the 'M'

This Week in Sports
Monday, January 16
BASKETBALL-at Wisconsin
Friday, January 20
HOCKEY-at Michigan State
Saturday, January 21
HOCKEY--Michigan State here-Coliseum-8 p.m.
BASKETBALL-Iowa here-Yost Field House-3 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Minnesota here-Sports Building-4:15 p.m.
SWIMMING-Michigan State here-Sports Building- p.m.

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JACK WARDROP
... new collegiate record

INEXPERIENCE COSTLY:
Illini Trip Faltering Grapplers,

21-16

Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -Michigan's
floundering mat squad received
another rude jolt as it was hand-
ed a 21-16 loss at the hands of an
underdog University of Illinois
team here yesterday.
It was the Wolverines' third
straight loss in dual meet com-
petition and seemed to point out
the fact that Cliff Keen' grap-'
plers are suffering from lack of
'N! experience.
The men from Michigan were

only able to win three matches,
one on forfeit, and draw one.
"We're a little bit disappointed"
said assistant coach Bob Betzig.
"We thought we could lick this
bunch. Illinois is not a really good
team. They're not nearly as strong
as Indiana."
Bright Spot
One bright spot in the Michigan
picture was the work of two sea-
soned veterans, captain Mike Rod-
riguez and John McMahon. They

Sports Shorts
By The Associated Press 11 games, a 33.4 average good
Purdue protected a one-point enough to lead the nation.
Catherine Rodulph of the
lead by freezing the ball for the United States Women's Olympic
last two minutes and then dropped skiing team, suffered a fractured
in three free throws to edge Mich- neck vertebrae after crashing into
igan State 66-62 in a television a tree in the last of the pre-olymp-
game. ic ski meets. She was rated as one
* * * of the best U.S. hopes for a gold
Iowa's Hawkeyes, starting all medal.
seniors, defeated Minnesota 84-62.
Bil Seaberg paced Iowa with 18 LATE SCORES
points while his teammates con- PRO BASKETBALL
tributed with balanced scoring. Minneapolis 117, Fort Wayne 94
* * * Rochester 102, Syracuse 93
George Bonsalle of the Illini St. Louis 104, New York 101
outscored Indiana's Archie Dees (Double Overtime)
in a duel of 6-foot-8 centers, 28- Boston 104, Philadelphia 103
22. Illinois won 96-72 to remain PRO HOCKEY
only undefeated team in Western Detroit 3, Chicago 1
basketball competition. New York 6, Toronto 5
* * Boston 2, Montreal 0
Ohio State defeated Wisconsin
100-98 in double overtime. The WIHL HOCKEY
Buckeye's ace Robin Freeman ran Michigan Tech 5, N. Dakota 2
his season total to 367 points in
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both took clear-cut decisions; Rod-
riguez outpointing Don Pierre, 10-
3, at 157 pounds and McMahon
beating Dennis McCarron, 6-0 at
167.
Frank Hirt's loss to William
Muther in the 137 pound class left
McMahon as the only undefeated
M' wrestler.
Of the new men, Heavyweight
Rupert O'Brien seems to be show-
ing a lot of promise. Having no
previous experience in competition,
he lost a close 3-2 decision to
Robert Alexander after trying In-
diana's Denny Krick the day be-
fore.
The Wolverine's next match will
be against Purdue, February 3,
and the team is optimistic as to
chances for improvement because
of the possible return of three
members of last year's team. Dan
Deppe, 130, Max Pearson, 137, and
Tom Krause, 177, all hope to be
eligible to wrestle next semester.
115-Illinois by forfeit
123-Anderson (M) defeated Yates
(I) forfeit
130-Porter (M) tied Sargent (I),
1-1
137-Muther (1) defeated Hirt (M),
6-3
147-Melien (1) pinned Heald (M)
4:05
157-Rodriguez (M) defeated Pierre
(I), 10-3
167-McMahon (M) defeated McCar-
ronl (1), 6-0
191-Szabo (I) defeated Wrona (M):
4-0
Heavyweight-Alexander (1) defeat-
ed O'Brien (M), 3-2

natators. If Michigan had won
that relay, they would have ended
up on top. cs
Swimming in a 50 yd. pool, some-
thing that Michigan is not used
to, there were records set in five
different events. The greater
length of the pool means fewer
turns and therefore better times.
New Record
The Hawkeyes set a new nation-
al collegiate mark of 2:56.3 in the
300 yd. Medley Relay to begin the
parade of record-breaking times.
Michigan's Jack Wardrop won
two firsts for Michigan, setting a
new national collegiate record in
one. His time of 4:50 in the 440-
yd. free-style was good enough to
establish a new national mark.
His other first wasin the 220 yd.
free-style, the time of 2:10.2 be-
ing a new Iowa pool recrod.
Michigan collected v a 1 u a b 1 e
points in the 200 yd. breast-stroke
with Jim Thurlow's first and Joej
Haselby's second.t
Bates Win
Michigan cashed in heavily in
the high-board diving with Char-
lie Bates, taking first on 258.6
points, followed closely by the
Wolverines' John Narcy.
Iowa's points came from four
big first places, two of them by
Jim Coles. He won the 50 and
the 100 yd. free-style events, set-
ting a new Iowa record in the
first.
Iowa's Captain Lincoln Hur-
ring shared honors with Jack
Wardrop by setting a new national
collegiate record in the 200 yd.
back stroke.
I-H Scores
Reeves 42, Wenley 39
Scott 29, Hinsdale 26
Adams 43, Taylor 31
Strauss 49, Greene 28
Taylor 39, Michigan 29 ,
Lloyd 60, Anderson 17
Greene 25, Scott 20
Strauss 30, Winchell 22
Van Tyne 44, Wenley 12
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 52, Theta
Chi 13
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MICHIGAN G
Stern, f .......2
Tillotson, f ..,. 2
Lingle, f....... 0
Tarrier, f...... 3
Kramer, c ... .11
Jorgensen, g... 7
Shearon, G.... 1
Wright, g ..... 2
Williams, g-c .. 3
Barron, g .,.,...0
Raisor, g ....0.0
Totals......3
N'THW'TERN G
Lose, f.......7
Doren, f ...1
Hite, f.... ..0
Uebele, f-c 0
Duhart,f......0
Bromberg, ec...,1
Schulz, c .. ...1
Mast, g ....... 9
Hook, g....... 6
Thomas, g .... 1
Helsdon, g .... 1
Totals,......27

Big 10 Standings
Team . . L Pet.
Illinois ...........3 0 1.000
Michigan .........3 1 .750
Purdue.. ......3 1 .750
Ohio State .......2 1 .667
Iowa..............2 1 .667
Indiana............2 2 .500
Michigan State ....1 2 .333
Minnesota ........1 2 .333
Wisconsin .,......0 4 .000
Northwestern ......0 3 .000

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Trcks ters
Impressive
Special to The Daily
CHICAGO--Four Michigan en-
trants made themselves prominent
here last. night by copping two
firsts and two seconds in a Uni-
versity of Chicago invitational
track meet.
In the quarter-mile, Bob Rudesill
took first and Laird Sloan second
for the Maize and Blue. Rudesill's
time was :50.3. Michigan's Brend-
an O'Reilly was runner-up in the
high jump to Floyd Smith, form-
er Northern Illinois State Teach-
er's College ace, who won with a
very creditable leap of 6'5%,". The
Wolverines' Eeles Landstrom turn-
ed in the best pole vault-14'-
with former Olympic vaulter
George Mattos taking second with
13'8".
Meanwhile, at Boston, in a per-
formance described by Coach Don
Canham as "sensational," Michi-
gan's Grant Scruggs took second
in the 660-yard run, opening event
of the Knights of Columbus Games
last night.
Scruggs was close on the heels
of the winner, Villanova's Chuck
Jenkins, who had a 1:11:7 clock-
ing, and in taking second had to
nip Lou Jones, ex-Manhattan
flash.
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