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Ice Squad S
Childs, Subbing for Howes:






Excels at Goal
(Continued from Page 1)
Rendall. With Rendall carrying
the puck, the pair skated in on
the Spartan net with only one
man between them and Selinger.
Rendall fed a short pass to Mc-
Intosh and the big junior winger
drew the.State goalie out of posi-
tion and fired in what proved to
be the clincher.
The Woverines dominated pay
in the third period, as they were
finally able to muster an attack
that kept the pressure on the
But the scrappy State team
didn't give up, although they
didn't present a real threat until
the final minutes.
Tempers flared at 12:18 and
Don Gourley and Bruno Pollezel
were sent to the cooler for two
minutes for roughing.
Pollezel had just returned to the
ice when he engaged Rendall in
a bout near the State goal. No
sooner had order been restored
and the puck faced off when Ed
Pollezel, Bruno's brother, and Mc-
Intosh went at it in a toe-to-toe
batte. Both were given match mis-
conducts and banished from the
With both teams stripped to
three men and the goalie, play be-
came wide open and both sides
lost several opportunities to score.
Finally, Grazia narrowed the
gap for State at 17:20. Less than
a minute later, Coach Amo Bas-
sone pulled Selinger from the nets
and pressed five forwards into
Try as they may, the Spartans
couldn't tie it up. DeVuono, Po-

l for Michigan
lano and Parke all missed good
chances in the final minute for
Michigan State.
Coach Vic Heyliger was not
overly optimistic'about the vic-
tory. "We looked good and bad,"
he said. Some of our boys still
aren't in shape. And those penal-
ties near the end hurt us when
we were trying to protect our
Heyliger lauded the play of both
goalies. "That fella' for State play-
ed a terrific game. And if Ross
plays like he did, he'll be alright.
He did a fine job."
Michigan came through the
game with only a few bumps and
bruises, but nothing serious enough
to keep anyone out of action at
Michigan Tech this weekend.
-DeVuono (Hamilton, Christof-
ferson) 13:20. Penalties: Michi-
gan-Hayton (tripping) 16:57.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: 1 -
Michigan (unassisted) 4:18; 2--
MSU-Polano (DeVuono) 13:00;
2-Michigan -- McDonald (Hay-
ton) 16:59; 3-Michigan-N. Bu-
chanan (Hutton) 18:45. Penal-
ties: Michigan-Karpinka ((slash-
ing) 5:29; Hayton (kneeing) 13:28;
MSU - Polano (highsticking)
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring: 4 -
Michigan - McIntosh (Rendall)
0:58; 3-MSU - Grazia (Parke,
M ac k e n z i e) 17:20. Penalties:
Michigan-Switzer (illegal check)
1 8:24; Gourley (roughing) 12:18;
Rendall (roughing) 15:07; McIn-
tosh (match misconduct) 15:08.
MSU - B. Pollesel (roughing) ,
12:18; MacDonald (kneeing) 12:18;
B. Pollesel (roughing) 15:07; E.
P o I e s e I (match misconduct)

Lee, Lewis Spark Cagers
In Opening Big Ten Games

George Lee returns to form, a
second string guard rises to the
occasion, a game is won and a
game is lost - that was Michi-
gan's entrance into the 1957 Con-
ference basketball season.
Coach Bill Perigo seemed satis-
fied with the weekend as a whole,
taking special delight in the one
point victory over the Spartans.
"I bet we won't have another
game as exciting as that in a long
time," he said.
He was glad, along with the
rest of the Michigan fans, to see
Lee with 20 points. "I think Lee
had the first conference game jit-
ters against Indiana," he said.
"That and those television cam-
eras probably made him just ner-
vous enough so that he couldn't
Fourth in Big Ten
The MSU points gave Lee a
season's total of 171 points in 10
games for a 17.1 average. He
ranks fourth in the Big Ten scor-
ing race trailing Indiana's cen-
ter, Archie Dees who has a spec-
tacular 24.8 point average.
Ohio State's Frank Howard is
second with 201 points in 10 games
while third is occupied by Illi-
nois' George BonSalle who has 180
markers in nine contests.

open, though," said Perigo. "Lew-
is, Jim Shearon, Bill Wright, and
Tom Raisor are the candidates;
which one will start next is an
unanswerable question."
Perigo felt that Michigan had
played a much better game
against State than they had at
Indiana. "Personally, I think
State has a better team," he said.
"Everyone on their first string
except Pat Wilson could hit real
well, and they threw a zone
against us, which always ruins
our basic pattern."
Floor Game Sharp
If the basic pattern was
"ruined", Michigan certainly
compensated for it beautifully.
Their floor game was very sharp
as far as ball-handling and get-
ting open for good shots went.
Their .450 average from the floor
was as good as it's been all season.
The Wolverines' strongest point,
rebounding, was up to its usual
par. Assistant coach Dave Strack
learned up at State that Michigan
is fifth in the nation in that de-
For the extra height plus weight
that aids Michigan on the boards,
however, speed on defense is sac-
rificed. Fouling is still one of the
minor sins. Pete Tillotson espe-
cially has had trouble as he has
fouled out of the last five games.

WINNING GOAL - Don McIntosh (14),l
winning goal for the Wolverines in last nig
Selinger, Spartan net minder, makes a futi
Mat Loss A Urib
pointed up
"We've got nowhere to go but Wolverines
up!" Panther sq
That was how coach Cliff Keen Michigan
summed up his wrestling squad's 5-3 decisio
performance against a mighty Jack Marc]
Pittsburgh team, tercollegiat
The one-sided score of 25-3 only son in the :

-Daily-Charles Curtiss
left wing of the Michigan hockey team, scores the game-
'ht's game against Michigan State in East Lansing. Joe
ie attempt to block the puck.

-Daily-Ed Graft
. .. loses opening jitters
I-M Scores
Zeta Beta Tau 46, Alpha Delta Phi 24
Beta Theta Pi 42, Sigma Phi 22
Theta Xi 34, Delta Kappa Epsilon 17
Kappa Sigma 36, Psi Upsilon 25
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 26, Pi Lambda
Phi 18
Sigma Nu 37, Phi Kappa Tau
Tau Delta Phi 22, Alpha Sigma Phi 3
Chi Psi 47, Theta Delta Chi 18
Delta Tau Delta 65, Acacia 9
Phi Delta Theta 25, Chi Phi 12
Delta Chi 24, Phi Kappa Tau 23
Kappa Alpha Psi 41, Phi Epsilon Pi 26
Alpha Tau Omega 41, Tau Kappa Ep-
silon 22
Lambda Chi Alpha 27, Theta Chi 23
Phi Kappa Sigma 57, Triangle 13
Delta Upsilon 40, Delta Sigma Phi 36
Trigon 34, Sigma Alpha Mu 31
Phi Gamma Delta 42, Phi Sigma Delta
Sigma Phi Epsilon 44, Zeta Psi 22


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Second Day of Routines Produces Errors,
Causes Loken to Fear Gopher Gymnasts

"Two days of routines certainly
had their effect!"
This was Coach Newt Loken's
view of Michigan's intersquad
gymnastic dual meets held Mon-
day and yesterday. The only
trouble is that the effect wasn't
Loken was quite pleased with
the routines of the whole squad
following the meet Monday, which
was posed as a facsimile of Fri-
day's coming Wisconsin meet. But
yesterday's posed Minnesota meet
was a different story.
Many of the gymnasts missed
parts of their routines yesterday,
some getting poor starts, while
others found their routines cut
short by mistakes that made them
lose balance. The trampolinists
seemed to suffer the most, while
Monday they had performed ex-
ceptionally well.
Loken Worried
Loken, from the basic of these
results, is quite worried about the
performance of his team this Sat-
urday at Minnesota. He sees little
reason to feel that Friday's meet
at Wisconsin won't leave his gym-
nasts at a below-par level for Sat-
urday's competition.
Certainly the athletes themselves
have their work cut out for today
in preparation of the routines
that were not good yesterday. If
they can pull the loose ends back
together perhaps Loken's worries
won't become a reality at Minne-
apolis Saturday.
The brighter side of the picture
includes the fine performances of
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certain team members. Although
the trampoline men were down
considerably yesterday from Mon-
day's performance, all five have
great potential, and form one of
the Wolverines' best single-event
Ed Cole, a sophomore, has been
the top performer, while he is
closely followed by Dick Kimball,
Frank Newman, Jack Eckle, and
Chuck Clarkson.
Jim Hayslett, another sopho-
more, turned in some fine routines
both days in the free exercise and
tumbling, and yesterday executed
perhaps the best single feat of the
two days as he came within one
point of Ed Gagnier, the reigning
Big Ten champ, on the parallel
Wiese Looks Good
Both co-captains, Nick Wiese
and Wayne Warren, turned in

strong performances. Wiese looked
quite good on the high bar, and
had his usual fine form on the
flying rings. Warren was missing
from yesterday's meet due to
classes and exams, but will run
through his routines today. Mon-
day he placed in the free exercise,
parallel bars, flying rings and
side horse.
Bob Armstrong was another out-
standing performer as he placed
second to Gagnier both days in
the side horse. Gagnier, of course,
won't compete in the Wisconsin
and Minnesota meets.
With some polishing, and some
steadiness, all of these gymnasts
should turn in top-flight perform-
ances this weekend, and earn the
Wolverines two victories. If the
polish doesn't come, and the mis-
takes occur again, the results
could be disastrous.




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