,Y, .ZA'l' VARY 12,1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PAGE " M
V. JAUARY12.157 TE MIHIGA DAIY PAII m
Icers Win Close Game;
(Continued from Page 1)
bility he would never again play
for Michigan, proved to be a back-
breaker for the ambitious and un-
suspecting Engineers, who chal-
lenged the Wolverines in the
NCAA. playoffs last March and
were one of the pre-season favor-
ites this season.
The Huskies are directed py an
ex-Wolverine netminder, a first-
year man, John. MacInnes, who
was a letter-winner for the Blue
during the 1945-46 and 1949-50
Last night's was. a one-point
match in WIHL play, with the
two Michigan sextets meeting up
here' again this evening in the
secmnd set-to of the crucial two-
If the Wolverines triumph again
tonight, the Huskies will have a
chance. for revenge in Ann; Arbor
In the final two games of the sea-
son on March\8 and 9. These two
battles could tell the story of who
will make the coveted jaunt to
Colorado Springs and the NCAA
w_.Many to Go
FIRST PERIOD: Goals -
Penalties - MICHIGAN -
Buchanan (holding) 2:59; Bu-
chanan (cross-check) 5:37;
Gourley (roughing) 12:45; Hay-
ton (interference) 19:35. Mich-
igan Tech - Dockeray (rough-
A ing) 12:45;. Wylie (hooking)
14:19; K. Stenlund (illegal body
SECOND PERIOD: Goals -
Penalties -- MICHIGAN -
Switzer (high-sticking) 2:33;
Karpinka (slashing) 4:37;
Schiller (interference) '8:36.
Michigan Tech - Holden (in-
terference) 8:36; Wilson (trip-
THIRD PERIOD: Goals--
MICHIGAN - Rendall (McIn-
tosh, Dunnigan) 2:16. Penalties,
1 9-9 Wint
(Continued from gage 1)
sophomore Larry Murray, looked
very sharp as he rolled up a one-
sided 10-2 score over Don Morri-
son at 137 pounds.
Murray had Morrison in trouble
several times during the second
and third periods as he scored
points for two predicaments and
a near fall..
Today the Wolverines will face
the Northwestern squad as they
try for two in a row.
Last year the matmen were vic-
torious over the Wildcats by a 14-
7 score. However Michigan didn't
accept an added 15 points when
Northwestern f o r f e i t e d three
Northwestern has defeated Wis-
consin and Notre Dame in dual
meets this season but finished last
in a quadrangular meet with Pur-
due, Michigan State, and Minne-
123-Bane (I) decisioned Root
... scores lone goal
IGym Team I
Special To The Daily
MADISON-First place 'wins by
co-captain Nick Wiese in three
events and scoring balance led the
Michigan gymnastic team to an
expected 74-38 victory over Wis-
Besides wins by Wiese in the free
event, flying rings, :and, tumbling,
the Wolverines added triumphs by
Jim Hayslett on the parallel bars,
and Ed Cole on the trampoline.
In addition the team took second
in six events and four thirds. They
overpowered the Badgers on the
trampoline and parallel .bars by
taking the first three places.
Coach Newt Loken said that the
Wolverine trampoline team was
exceptional. "It was not until we
came off the parallel bars with
our sweep, and only two events
remaining, however, that the vic-
tory was clinched."
Concerning tonight's match with
Minnesota, Coach Loken still ex-
presses concern that the long trip
may hurt the squad. The scoring
balance may be further hurt by
the possible absence of co-captain
Wayne Warren who injured his
back slightly. He finished his
events but had some stiffness af-
Shook (I), 6-4
137-Murray (M) decisioned
Morrison (I), 10-2
147-Komorowski (I) decisioned
Hansady (M), 11-3
157-Gallo (I) decisioned Weber
167-Lutomski (M) pinned Re-
deker (I), 7:59
177-Marchello (M) decisioned
Killian (I), 9-4
nahan (I), 8:48
Michigan Swimmers Face
;Purdue Today at Lafayette
The Wolverine swimming squads
will open its Big Ten dual meet
campaign this afternoon when it
clashes with Purdue in the con-
fines of the Boilermakers' swim-
The meet will mark the begin-
ning of Purdue's competitive
bespite the availability of eight
major lettermen, the Boilermakers'
team will be a decided question
Only two kf the major letter-
men, senior Dick Steinmetz and
Junior Walt Eversman were final-
} ists in the individual events in last
ST. LOUIS (P)-Harvard Uni-
versity yesterday was chastised
by the American Football Coach-
es Assn. for firing Lloyd Jordan as
head football coach.
It was an unprecedented move
by the association which adopted
a resolution pertaining to Jordan.
The name of the school was 'not
It commended Jordan "for his
great contributions to college foot-
ball and as an outstanding teach-
er and leader of young men dur-
ing his long career as a coach."
year's Big Ten Championships.
Steinmetz placed fourth : in the
100-yd. backstroke and sixth in
the 200-yd. backstroke. Eversman,
a native of Grosse Pointe, Michi-
gan, placed fifth in the 100-yd.
Three other holdover senior ma-
jor lettermen, Bill Bush, Bruce
Myles and Don Klingler teamed up
with g r a d u a t e d All-American
George McElligott, on the free
style relay team that took sixth
in the Big Ten title meet.
In the back stroke, where Stein-
metz and Eversman are proven
producers, the main support will
be provided 'by junior Don Raider.
Veteran Fred Gotha will' re-
ceive help in diving from promis-
ing sophomore Dick Bachli, a for-
mer Illinois high school champion
who won the Central A.A.U. cham-
pionship last summer.
Another top sophomore, Bill
Watt, who set a new freshman
record for the 200-yd. breaststroke
last year, is expected to provide
added point strength in an event
where senior Leon Perkinson is
the only holdover.
Bush, Klingler, and Myles are
expected to be the mainstays of
the sprint delegation.
In the distance events, Purdue
will be weak, having to call upon
inexperienced Dick Green and
Dave Everhart along with junior
reserve Ted Metz.
Michigan will go after its sec-
ond victory in three Conference
basketball games tonight when it
meets Northwestern University at
Yost Field House at 8 p.m.
Tonight's contest will mark the
Wolverines' first home game of
the Big Ten season. On Monday
night, Coach Bill Perigo's quintet
will perform for the home fans
once again against the University
of Wisconsin's basketball squad.
Currently, the Wildcats have a
5-4 record for the season, in-
cluding their 75-54 victory over
Wisconsin, their lone Big Ten
Northwestern Coach W al d o
Fisher will probably start four
sophomores and a senior. Joe
Ruklick, a 6'9" sophomore center
tops the Wildcat scorers with an
18 point average.
Phil Warren, 6'5" forward who
has averaged 17.2 points per game
for the season, veteran Dick Mast,
6'0" guard, Nick Mantis, 6'3"
guard, and Dick Johnson, 6'0"
guard, will probably make up the
Northwestern starting unit.
The Wolverines' record stands
at 6-4 for the season, including
their two Conference tilts-a loss
at Indiana and a victory at Michi-
Perigo named his starting five-
the same line-up that was victor-
ious at Michigan State-Pete Til-
lotson at center, M; C. Burton And
Ron Kramer at the forward posi-
tions, and George Lee and Jack
Lewis at the guard spots.
The Badgers are led by forward
Bob Litzow. Wisconsin will play
Illinois tonight and then travel to
Ann Arbor for their third Big Ten
game of the season.
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