SATURDAY, JAN-UA'ItY 5,1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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'M' Squad Visits Indiana,
Michigan to Host OSU,
State in Relays Tonight
By SI COLEMAN
Tonight at 7:30 the new Michi-
gan swimming pool will be the
scene of the Big Ten Relays.
With the entries doubled fron
last year, six teams will partici-
pate in the exhibition. Three of
the teams will represent the Big
Ten, these being Michigan, Michi-
gan State, and NCAA defending
champions, Ohio State.
Tickets can be purchased at the
door preceding the meet. For stu-
the brilliant Uni-
versity of Michigan halfback,
signed a 1957 contract with the
* Detroit Lions yesterday.
Barr, the third draftychoice of
the professional football team,
came to terms with Lion general
manager Nick Kerbawy at Mo-
bile, Ala., where he is practicing
for the Senior Bowl game.
The Lions are not letting their
other draft choices slip away..
Yesterday they signed Steve
Junker, an end from Xavier Uni-
versity. Previously, the Lions
signed John Gordy, of Tennessee,
a lineman who was the second
choice in the draft.
Bill Glass, from Baylor; their
top choice, is expected to sign
MONDAY, 8 P.M.,
Admission is by membership in
the Society. 31 memberships for
the six remaining films of the
1956-57 series are still avail-
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Michigan State will bring with
them the largest array of talent
of any entry. There is no actual
team championship decided in
these relays, but emphasis is
placed on individual supremacy in
each of the nine events which
make up the Relays. Last year,
however, the Spartans captured
the highest number of relays, and
this makes them the favorites
Outstanding performers for
State to look for are sophomore
Don Patterson, Frank Parrish
and Roger Harmon, another
Perhaps the most interesting
competition of the night will oc-
cur in the diving competition.
Here, Ohio State is 'expected to
excel. Their two participants are
Don Harper and Glen Whitten
who placed second and third re-
spectively in the recently com-
pleted Olympics in Melbourne.
Michigan will be well repre-
sented also. The Wolverines will
enter~ formidable competitors in
the backstroke competitionled by
Thomas Reissing, Dick Lahde, and
In the breastroke relays, Cy Hop-
kins should hold his own, and in
diving, Michigan captain John
Narcy will provide tough compe-
tition to the Ohio State stars.
Rounding out the six entries are
North Carolina State, Iowa State,
and Kenyon College.
Coach Newt Loken and five of
his gymnasts returned from the
Christmas holidays well refreshed
in the art of gymnastics.
The five Wolverines and Loken
were part of the 400 participants
in the 6th Annual National Gym-
nastics Clinic in Sarasota, Fla.
They were present to observe,
during the week of activities,
many phases of the sport.
Jim Hayslett, Ed Gagnier, and
Al Stall participated in the North-
South Meet which was run by
Coach Loken. Many of the stars
of this meet were members of the
United States Olympic Team.
Jack Eckle, Frank Newman and
Stall competed in the Clinic
Championship Meet. Stall was the
top competitor from Michigan, as
he won the long horse event in
Loken states that the group
gaiied some very valuable know-
ledge through the panel discus-
sions, and that they also contri-
buted some in the panel on Ath-
letic, Injuries in which he parti-
The first Conference competi-
tion for the Wolverines will come
on Jan. 11 and 12.
KEY PLAYER - Archie Dees, Indiana's 6'8" center, is currently
leading Big Ten scorers with 170 points. He undoubtedly will
give Michigan trouble as the two teams clash in Bloomington,
Pittsburgh Wrestlers Host
At the forward spots for Branch
McCracken's aggressive Hoosiers
will be two returning starters from
last season, 6'3" Pete Obremsky,
who excels on defense, and 6'4%12"
Jerry Thompson, a sharp-shooting
Thompson last season had a1
shooting average of .455, hitting
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By DAVE LYON
Byh ' DE g L m p today's meet, Big Ten 177-pound
Michigan's wrestling team opens champ Jack Marchello face
dual Meet competition today when Johnson at 167 pounds.
it travels to Pittsburgh to face the Michigan's Dan Deppe meet
perennially-strong Panther mat- Hulings in 123-pound action an
men. Larry Murray engages Peery a
Coach Cliff Keen's Wolverine 130 pounds in other top matches
squad, the last to defeat Pitts- today. Wolverine Lloyd Hamady
burgh in a dual meet, hopes to encounters Pitt veteran Vic De
put the brakes on a Panther win Felice in a 137-pound contest.
streak which currently stands at
19 straight matches.N
But the invaders will have to BARR ON NORTH SQ
extend themselves to achieve this
goal, for coach Ed Peery's Pitt S u h Fv
grapplers have already demon- outh Fav
strated their strength by handily
winning the team title at the re- MOBILE, Ala, )-The South
cent Wilkes College, Pa. tourna- All Stars are rated a touchdown
ment. favorite over the North in today's
In addition, three of the eight Senior Bowl game.
Panther starters have copped in- Kickoff time will be 1:30 p.m.
dividual championships in past EST, and the game will be broad-
Easetern Intercollegiate or NCAA cast over the mutual network. The
competition: Bill Hulings, EIWA game will not be televised.
123-pound champ; Ed Peery, NCAA Oddsmakers accorded the favor-
and EIWA titlist at 130 pounds; ite's role to the Rebels on the
and Dave Johnson, EIWA 157- basis of a power-laden backfield
pound champion. headed by Texas Christian quar-
In what Coach Keen says should terback Charley Curtis and a hefty
be the "outstanding match" of defensive line anchored by All
Back court for the Cream and The Big Ten opens its basket-
Crimson will be Hallie Bryant ball season today with all 10 teams
- (6'2%'"), who combines a good seeing action.
eye from the outside with speed, Michigan, rated as a dark horse
d and Charlie Hodgson (5'9"), who in the Conference race, will jour-
s makes up for his lack of height ney to Bloomington to play In-
with aggressiveness and good ball- diana.
;s handling ability. Nationally ranked Illinois will
d As far as Michigan is concerned, clash with Minnesota at Minne-
t the starting five was somewhat apolis. Iowa. the Big Ten's de-
s nebulous as the Wolverines left fending champion, will host Ohio
y town yesterday afternoon. There State, Michigan State will en-
- is a definite possibility that sopho- tertain Purdue, and Wisconsin
more Jack Lewis, the Chicagoan plays Northwestern at Lafayette.
ored in Senior Bowl Tilt
half George Volkert, Georgia I tral Michigan: and fullback Bayuk.
Tech; and fullback All America Included on the South's defen-
Don Besseler, Miami, Fla. sive team besides Glass are: All-
Offensive Starters America John Majors of Tennes-
North offensive starters picked see, Jim Harris of Oklahoma, and
by Coach Joe Kuharich of the Wade Mitchell of Georgia Tech.
Washington Redskins: Some of the defensive players on
Ends Bomba and Bob Khoenle, the North Squad are; Vic Zucco of
Purdue; tackles Bob Pollack, Pitts- Michigan State, Milt Plum of
burgh, and Bill Underdonk, West Penn State, Jim Crawford of
Virginia; guards Don Gilkey, Wyoming, and Jimmy Hunter of
California, and Ed Voytek, Purdue; Missouri.
and center Joe Amstutz, Indiana;! The players turn pro in the
quarterback Dawson; left half game, the winners receiving $500
Barr; right half Jim Podoley, Cen- each and the losers $400.
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Plans for a good will inter-
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George Thomas, MS'U fencer
and president of the Spartan
Varsity Club, had hoped that
Monday night's Michigan-Michi-
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East Lansing could be an oppor-
tunity for letter winners from
both universities to meet infor-
America guard Bill Glass of Bay- I
Observers watching the North
practice sessions were impressed.
with the accurate passing of Pur-
due quarterback Len Dawson and
the running of Colorado fullback
Michigan's Terry Barr, who was
sensational in the East-West All:
Star game, is slated to start at
left halfback for the North squad.
Brad Bomba, Indiana end, was
chosen captain of the North of-
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offensive captain for the South.
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All is not lost for the Maize and
Blue hockey team if history man-
ages to repeat itself.
The team will start on the
comeback trail when they en-
gage the Michigan State Spartans
at MSU this Tuesday night.
Going back to 1953, one finds
that the Wolverines started off,
as badly as they did this year.
They lost their first two WIHL
games to North Dakota, 10-3 and
5-3. The 10-3 defeat was one of
the worst ever suffered by a Hey-,
liger coached outfit.
That year the Wolverines
finished third in the NCAA play-
offs, the lowest they had finished
It was only two years ago, in
1954, that the Michigan team
started off in exactly the same!
fashion as they did this year and
wound up winning the NCAAI
They dropped their first two
games to Colorado, 4-0 and 4-3.
Then, they came back to defeat
Denver 2-1 but the next night lost#
another game 8-3.
Last year, they began with a
better than usual start as they
won two, lost one and tied one in
their first four starts.
They beat North Dakota 5-1'
and then dropped their next game
4-2. They streaked back against
Denver tying them 3-3 and beat-
ing them 6-2.
That year the Wolverines com-
piled one of their best records as
they finished first in league play
with a 15-2-1 mark and then
went on to sweep the champion-,
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