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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2,1956

'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2,1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

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Lee, Burton Lead

coring in

First VI' Cage

Wain

Woolley Wins Two Events
In 'Gala' Swim Spectacle
By BRUCE BENNETT
Hopkins battled with winner
Michigan sophomore Carl Wool- Chet Jastremski of the Toledo
ley took top honors here last night j YMCA for three-quarters of the'
in the 22nd Michigan Gala Swim-'individual medley, but faded in
ming meet, in the first meet at the last lap and had to settle for
the new Varsity pool. third when Woolley passed him.
Woolley, one of the top sprinters Senior Fritz Myers took third
in the country, captured first place place in the 100-yd. freestyle, but
medals in the 100-yd. freestyle 1 fell to fifth in the 50-yd. free-
and the 50-yd. freestyle and also style. Soph Dick Lahde placed
placed socond in the 200-yd. mdi- fourth in the 100-yd. backstroke.
vidual medley. Former Michigan captain Bur-
In the 100-yd. freestyle, he bare- well "Bumpy" Jones won the 440
ly nipped Wolverine:freshman freestyle to no one'snsurprise.
Leigh Corby, :51.7 to :51.8. Wol- The all-time Wolverine great
verine sophomore Dave Tuggles splashed to victory in 4:52.3, well
and Corby pushed him in the 5- ahead of Michigan freshman Tony
yard freestyle, finishing two- Tashnic, who finished second.
three, behind Woolley's time of
:23.2" 1~ VL MPI1C TP A CK CnV

Gymnasts Cop Fourth Spot
In Midwestern Open Meet
Special To The Daily
on the trampoline in his first
CHICAGO-Paced by Don Ton- college meet.
ry, Illinois, 1955 NCAA Gymnas- Other Wolverine places were
tics champions won the Midwest taken by Wayne Warren, fifth on
Open Gymnastics Meet yesterday. the parallel bars; Captain Nick
Tonry, NCAA all-around cham- Weise. seventh on the still rgs;
pion, took a first in his specialty and Nino Marion tenth in the
and a first on the parallel bars. all-around. Michigan was shut out
The surprise team of the meet on the side horse.
I was Florida State, who placed Illinois scored 91%1 points in
third behind Illinois and Iowa, on winning; Iowa was second with
the efforts of their only three 77%, points; Florida State third,
participants. Jamile ._Ashmore, 67; Michigan fourth, 37%! ;

-Daily-Dave Arnold
CARL WOOLLEY-Michigan's sensational sophomore swimmer
shown as he starts the 50 yd. freestyle in the Michigan Gala last
night. Woolley took two firsts, in the 50 and 100 yard freestyle,
and finished second in the 200 yd. individual medley.

LEE SCORES-George Lee (3
scoring two of his 26 points. M
points, seems to be giving Lee aI
of Delaware forward Ray Crawfo
Smith Tops
Scoring Wit
(Continued from Page 1)
a lay-up by Ron Kramer and two
quick baskets by Lee nullified the
spurt.
After making the second of these
baskets. Lee fell to the floor in
agony with what appeared to be
a cramp in his leg. He recovered,
however, with the aid of trainer
Jim Hunt, but left the game.
Delaware came close again with

-Daily-John Hirtzel
35) Wolverine sophomore guard
9. C. Burton (24), who scored 24
helpful lift to overcome the efforts ,
ord (25).
Fh 28 Points
about two minutes to go, 72-68,
but this time it was Pete Tillotson
who shot Michigan back into a
commanding lead with two tip-ins.
Delaware didn't score again.
Captain Kramer didn't start the
game, but he made lengthly ap-
pearances in both halves. His
short duration of practice showed
up in his play as his passing and
shooting were considerably off.
His rebounding, however, didn't
seem to suffer in the football-to-
basketball transition.
Rebounding was the major fac-
tor in the Wolverine victory. Both
teams had a nearly equal shooting
percentage-.398 for Michigan to
.394 for Delaware, but Perigo' s
squad grabbed 48 rebounds to Del-
awares 21. A factor in this lop-3
sided figure was an inch and a
half per man height advantage
enjoyed by the Wolverines.
The dominance under the boards
gave Michigan not only control of
the ball for the majority of the
game, but also let them take 17,
more shots at the basket, a fac-
tor which will make the difference
in any game.

4PFTITION TFNfI -

Kimball Wins
Another Michigan winner was
Dick Kimball, who compiled 495.20
points to capture the Junior Na-
tional A.A.U. low board diving
championship. Michigan captain
John Narcy placed third in the
event, finishing behind Ann Arbor
High star Alvaro Gaxiola..
In another fine individual per-
formance, Paul Reinke. swimming
unattached from East Lansing,
set a new Michigan A.A.U. mark
in the 100-yd. breaststroke at
1:04.8. This time was made in
the qualifying heats in the after-
noon, but Reinke came back
strong in the evening to capture
the finals in 1:05.
Woolley and Kimball were the
only Michigan winners, but sev-
eral other Michigan performers
gave good accounts of themselves.
Sophomore Cy Hopkins placed sec-
ond in the 100-yd. backstroke and
came back for a third in the 200-
yd. individual medley.
Top Rookies
NEW YORK (A')-Outfielder
Frank Robinson of the Cincin-
nati Redlegs and shortstop Luis
Aparicio of the Chicago White
Sox won in a landslide yester-
day in the balloting for Major
League rookies of the year for
1956.

U.S. Wins 15 Olympic Track Tiles

first on the still rings; Don Ham-
ster, first on the high bar; and
Al Ciccio, first in the free exer-
cise.
Coach Newt Loken's MichiganI
team finished fourth led by the
performance of Jim Hayslett who
garnered a fourth on the high
bar, a fifth on the parallel bars,
a fifth on the still rings, and a
fifth in the all around.
Coach Loken said he was well
pleased with Hayslett's perform-
ance as well as the other team
members. He had special praise
for Ed Cole who finished fifth

NFL Games
The leaders in the NFL wiU
be challenged for their top po-
sitions this afternoon as the
Chicago Bears meet the Lions
in Detroit and the New York
Giants host the Washington
Redskins.
In other games Green Bay
meets the Cards at Chicago,
Los Angeles plays at Pittsburgh,
Philadelphia at Cleveland and
San Francisco at Baltimore.

Initial Win
MICHIGAN FG
Lee, g ................12
Shearon, g........... 2
Tillotson, c .........4
Tarrier, f............. 4
Burton, f............10
Kramer, c............ 1
Wright, g............. 0
Lewis, g...............0
DELAWARE FG
Smith, g ..............10
Schiliro, g.............3
Brown, c.............. 3
Wickes, f..............1.
Crawford, f............8
McKelvey, c........... 0
Mosher, c.............. 0
Louth, g ..............1
Mahla, f.............. 0

FT
2
0
2
3
4
0
1
FT
6
1
2
2
4
0
0
0
0

TP
26
4
10
26
2
a
1
TP
26
7
8
4
20
0
0
2
0

MELBOURNE (P)-U. S. Olym-j
pians, having dominated the track
and field phase of the 1956 Games
with brilliance, now must look to
their swimmers and divers in the
final run with Russia for the un-
official team championship.
Despite a record-smashing 15
gold medals in men's track and
field, in which the U.S.' piled up
232 points, America enters the
last week of Olympic competition
with only a 463 to 390% edge
over Russia in the point stand-
ings.
Overall, the United States has
bagged 28 gold medals to 18 for
Soviet athletes, but in the remain-
ing events, with the exception of
swimming, the U.S.S.R. is expected
to score quite heavily.
In the opening of swimming
competition, America gave indica-
tions of being able to hold its own
against the powerful Australia
natators, finishing one-two in
the men's springboard diving
event, and taking a gold medal
in the 200-meter butterfly, in yes-
terday's competition.
In the men's track and field
competition, Bobby Morrow, of the
United States won his third gold
medal of the Games-tops for the
men-by anchoring the American
440 meter relay team to victory in
the world record time of 39.5.
The U.S. 1600 meter relay team,
with Charley Jenkins running his
lap in a sparkling 45.4 won their
event in 3:04.8.
Mildred McDaniel of the United
States unexpectedly won the wom-
fn's high jump and set a new
world record of 1.76 meters.
In probably the top single event
in the track and field competition,
slender Ron Delaney, the Villan-
ova student from Ireland, topped

the greatest 1500 meter field ever
assembled and took the metric
mile title in 3.41.2 for an Olympic;
record.

The American basketball team
wound up the Olympic tourna-
ment, with a gold medal by de-
feating Russia 89-55.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

ROUNDUP:

Army Holds Favored Navy to

7.7

Tie

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA - Favored
Navy, stunned by a ferocious Army
defense, sent sophomore fullback
Dick Dagampat for the fourth
period touchdown that provided a
7-7 comeback tie with the Cadets
{ yesterday.
Navy received an official invita-
tion to meet Texas Christian in
the Cotton Bowl, but voted to turn
down the bowl bid. The indication
was that Navy officials decided
the team's performance was not
bowl-worthy.
It was a fumble that launched
Navy's late attack as third string
end John Kanuch fell on a loose
ball on the Cadet 27. Dagampat
piled over his right tackle for the
touchdown at 7:35 of the final
period, after a drive had carriedI
the Middies to a first down on
the Army one foot line.
Oklahoma Wins 40th Straight
STILLWATER, Okla. - Okla-
homa emphasized its claim to a
second straight national football
title, smashing its traditional rival,
Oklahoma A&M, 53-0, yesterday.
The win was the Sooner's 40th
straight for a new all-time record,
and the 116th consecutive .game,
that the Sooners have scored.
Georgia Tech Trounces Georgia
ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia Tech's
powerful Engineers whipped arch
rival Georgia, 35-0, yesterday, and
immediately voted to accept a
bid to the Gator Bowl.
NHL SCORES
Toronto 4, Detroit 0
Montreal 7, Chicago 0

USC Downs Notre Dame
LOS ANGELES-Southern Cali-
fornia beat the Fighting Irish ofj
Not-e Dame, 28-20, yesterday in
3'

Baylor 46, Rice 13
Auburn 34, Alabama 7
Mississippi 13, Miss. State 7
LSU 7, Tulane 6
Clemson 28, Furman 7
Miami 20, Florida 7
TCU 21, SMU 6
Missouri 15, Kansas 13

Bowl Games
Tennessee, Baylor, Syracuse,
and Georgia Tech accepted
prized bowl bids as a result of
yesterday's gridiron activities.
Here's the way the bowl picture
shapes up:
Rose Bowl-Iowa (8-1) vs.
Oregon State (7-2-1)
Sugar Bowl-Tennessee (10-
0) vs. Baylor (8-2)
Cotton Bowl-Syracuse (7-1)
vs. Texas Christian (7-3)
Orange Bowl-Colorado 17-2-
1) vs. either Clemson (7-1-
2) or South Carolina (7-3)
Gator Bowl-Pittsburgh (6-2-
1) vs. Georgia Tech (9-1)

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