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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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(Continued from Page 1)
Tech tied the score at 12:04
of the same period when Cliff
Wylie, the Huskies second leading
scorer, blazed the puck past
Howes. Stenlund, who was out-
standing throughout the contest,
gained an assist on this play.
From this point on action in-
creased and the play became ex-
ceedingly rough but clean. Mich-
igan's Jerry Karpinka and Tech's
Lorne Holden scored within one
minute of each other and at the
end of the middle period the score
read 3-3.
Switzer, Pitts Score
Michigan once again took the
lead when Ed Switzer, assisted by
Neil Buchanan, scored at 6:04.
The Wolverines took a command-
ing two-goal lead 35 seconds later
when Pitts garnered the Blue's
fifth and last goal on a screen
shot.
The fans in Dee Stadium sud-
denly quieted down for it appear-
'ed that Michigan had iced the
game. But when Tech All-Ameri-

can Jack McManus pulled the
Huskies to within one goal, the
ice arena suddenly became alive
again.
At 15:00, Howes with pressure
surrounding him, made five saves
before Tom Kennedy tied the
game. With a few seconds re-
maining Pitts almost broke the
tie, but his shot fell inches short
of the cage.
Deep Freeze
SCORING
FIRST PERIOD: Goals-I-Michi-
gan-Hutton (McIntosh, Pitts) 7:50;
2 -Michigan - McIntosh (Hutton)
18:22
Penalties-Michigan-Gourley (il-
legal check) 4:00; Hanna (tripping)
12:18; Schiller (high sticking) 15:03;
Michigan Tech-Tattersall (trip-
ping) 7:33; R. Stenlund (high stick-
ing) 15:03.
SECOND PERIOD: Goals-1-Mi-
chigan Tech-R. Stenlund (Ken-
nedy) 5:34; 2-Michigan Tech-Wylie
(R. Stenlund, McManus) 12:04; 3-
Michigan - Karpinka (unassisted)
15:18; 3-Michigan Tech-Holden
(McManus, Wilson) 16:18.
Penalties-Michigan-Pitts (hold-
ing) 3:52; Switzer (high sticking)
7:22; Karpinka (high sticking) 8:39;
Hayton (kneeing) 16:14; Michigan
Tech-Kennedy (hooking) 12:35.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals-4--Mich-
igan-Switzer (Buchanan) 6:04; 5-
Michigan-Pitts (Karpinka) 6:41;
4-Michigan Tech-McManus (R.
Stenlund, Wylie) 10:27; 5-Michigan
Tech--Kennedy (Dockeray, K. Sten-
lund) 15:00.
Penalties- Michigan- McDonald
(tripping) 10:03; Michigan Tech-
Wilson (illegal check) 4:03.
OVERTIME: Goals-none.
Penalties-Michigan-Schiller (in-
terference) 3:03; McDonald (rough-
ing) 9:57; Michigan Tech-R. Sten-
lund (roughing) 9:57.

-Daily-John Hirtzel
TWO BIG GUNS-Forward Pete Tillotson (33) scoring anft George
Lee (35) looking on in last night's game with Northwestern. Be-
tween them they scored 31 points with Tillotson netting 16 and
Lee getting 15.
Cagers Use Balanced Attack
To* Edge NLSorthwestern Five

Gym Team
Overwhelms
Minnesota
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS-The Michigan
gymnastics team won its 11th
straight dual meet yesterday as
they blasted the Minnesota team,
70-41.I
Co-Capt. Nick Wiese and Jiml
Hayslett were the outstanding per-
formers for Michigan as they
placed high in almost every event.
Wiese took first in the flying
rings and second places in free
exercise, high bar and parallel
bars.
Hayslett was the high point
man, taking three firsts, in the
free exercise, high bar and paral-
lel bars. Co-Capt. Wayne Warren
was third in the side horse, but
didn't compete in the side horse
event because of a back injury.
Sweep On Trampoline
Michigan's trampoline group
were as strong as ever, taking
all three places despite the ab-
sence of Ed Cole. Cole took part
in the swimming meet at Purdue.
Frank Newman and Dick Kim-
ball tied for first on the tramp,
while Chuck Clarkson took third.
Michigan also swept the flying
rings, with Bob Armstrong placing
third behind Wiese and Hayslett.
The outstanding men for Min-
nesota were Paul Lynch who
placed first in tumbling and third
in free exercise. Don Erickson was
very fine on the side horse, as he
captured first place in the ab-
sence of Michigan's Warren.
Injuries Riddle Gophers
Three of Minnesota's men were
out with injuries, including Co-
Capt. Bill Murray. Nevertheless,
Michigan was a definitely stronger
team. In the final event, tumbling,
Loken pulled Wiese and Hayslett
for competition. In an exhibition-
ary capacity they placed first and
second.
Loken states that he is "very
satisfied with the team's weekend
competition." He was previously
worried about the Minnesota meet
because the team might not be
in best condition after competing
at Wisconsin the day before.

Wolverines Top Purdue
In Swim Meet, 58-47

WIHL STANI
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Colorado Coll.** ..6
Denver**...........5
MICHIGAN........3
North Dakota....
Mich. State .......1
Mich.'Tech ......2..
Minnesota.,........1I

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LAST NIGHT'S SCORES
MICHIGAN 5, Michigan Tech
Minnesota 4,5North Dakota3
Colo. Col. vs. Denver, inc.

(Continued from Page 1)
the boards it was Kramer, Tillot-
son, and M. C. Burton who suc-
cessfully battled the Northwestern
giants.
Conversely, Northwestern's play
was centered around one man-
Ruklick. The 6'9" sophomore easily
deserved his advanced notices as
he threw in 27 points and pulled'
down a great share of the Wild-
cat's 38 rebounds.
From the very start and
throughout the contest neither
team could hit consistantly from

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*PL--points lost
**not including last night's game.
Teams play for a total of 24 points.

MARCHELLO LONE WINNER:
Wildcats Beat Michigan Matmen, 22-10

out court. Both teams played a
tight defense which made driving
difficult, and therefore sharp
passing and clever ball handling
were a necessity to score.
Lewis Leads Comeback
In this department Michgan
was strong. After a slow start, in
which Northwestern built up a
sizable lead, the Wolverines began
a steady comeback. Lewis and
Kramer were especially effective
in setting up scoring plays with
their passing.
An outstanding example came
late in the game when Kramer
came driving in, and fired a pass
to George Lee who was all alone
under the basket for a simple lay-
up. Lee flipped it in to erase
Northwestern's 60-58 lead.
Coach Bill Perigo stuck with
his starting five all through last
night's game except for a period
in the second half when he re-
placed Kramer who had four fouls
against him, with Randy Terrier.
On the other hand, Northwestern
coach Waldo Fisher displayed a
strong bench as he used nine men
in the contest.
Tight Squeeze

-Daily-Dick Gaskili
ED COLE
...two sport man
Eleventh Straight
Trampoline: 1. Newman and Kim-
ball, tie-Mich. 3. Clarkson-Mich.
Free Exercise: 1. Hayslett-Mich.,
2. Wiese-Mich., 3. Lynch-Minn.
Side Horse: 1. Erickson-Minn.,
2. Hayslett-Mich., 3. Warren-Mich.
High Bar: 1. Hayslett-Mich., 2.
Wiese-Mich., 3. Kleven-Minn.
Parallel Bars: 1. Hayslett-Mich.,
2. Wiese-Mich., 3. Erickson-Minn.
Flying Rings: 1. Wiese-Mich., 2.
Hayslett--Mich., 3. Armstrong-
Mich.
Tumbling: 1. Lynch-Minn., 2.
Kimball-Mich., 3. Kleven-Minn.
West Choice
In Pro-Bol
LOS ANGELES (P)-Thirty-two
handpicked stars from the eastern
conference of the National Foot-
ball League will meet a similar
array from the western conference
here today in the seventh annual
Pro Bowl game at Memorial Coli-
seum.
The East-West series stands at
3-3. The West, banking on the
field generalship of quarterbacks
Ed Brown of the Chicago Bears,
Bobby Layne of the Detroit Lions
and Tobin Rote of the Green Bay
Packers, is a slight favorite.
Kickoff time is 4 p.m. EST.
There will be no television, re-
gionally or nationally.

Special To The Daily
LAFAYETTE-Michigan's swim-
ming team splashed its way to a
58-47 victory over Purdue in its
premiere Big Ten dual meet of
the season here yesterday.
Coach Gus Stager was very
pleased with the meet, saying that
the team "was coming along fine."
The Wolverines won seven out of
nine individual races along with
the Medley Relay.
Dick Mehl looked very good
sprinting 50 yards in 23.9 seconds
to win the 50 yards freestyle, and
100 yards in 52.3 seconds, a win-
ning effort in the 100 yards free-
style, to gain individual honors.
Narcy, Cole Pace Divers
The divers looked sharp as John
Narcy scored a total of 266.65
points to capture top honors.
Sophomore Ed Cole, finished third,
behind Purdue's ace, Dick Bachli.
Cole's performance was especially
impressive considering that he had
just come to Lafayette from Mad-
ison, where he competed on the
trampoline in the gymnastics meet
on Friday.
Cy Hopkins won the grueling
200-yd. butterfly race with a fast
2:18.9. Hopkins also won the 200
yard orthodox breaststroke ex-
hibition race equalling the Michi-
gan varsity record which he set
at 2:22.9. This time is better than
the present Big Ten Record.
Harrison Wehner took the 200
yard freestyle in 2:16.0, followed
by Pete Fries. Wehner also finish-
ed third in the 100 yard free-
style. Ed Fitzhugh was impressive
in his 440 yard win over Purdue's
distance swimmers, Dave Ever-
hart and Dick Green.
Myers Wins Medley
Fritz Myers defeated Purdue's

top returning letterman, Walt
Eversman, in the 200 yard In-
dividual Medley with a time of-
2:13.0.
Walt Eversman of Purdue won
the 200 yard backstroke, edging
out Michigan's Dick Lahde and
Ted Reissing with a time of 2:14.3.
Bill Watt, a promising Purdue
Sophomore, won the 200 yard
breaststroke in 2:30.1.
Purdue also won the 400 yard
Freestyle Relay in 4:43.0.
First Dual Win
200 Yard Medley Relay: I-MICHI.
GAN (Lahde, Mowery, Hopkins, B.
Browne). Time-3:56.8
200 Yard Freestyle: 1- Wehner
(MICHIGAN). 2-Fries (MICHIGAN).
3-Everhart (P). Time-2:16.0
50 Yard Freestyle: 1-Mehl (MICH-
IGAN). 2--Myles (P). 3-Woodworth
(P). Time--023.9
200 Yard Individual Medley: I-Myers
(MICHIGAN). 2-Everman (P). 3--
Green (P). Time--2:13.0
200 Yard Butterfly: i-Hopkins
(MICHIGAN). 2-Dunlap (P). 3-Mow-
ery (MICHIGAN). Time 2:18.9
100 Yard Freestyle: I-Mehl (MICH!-
GAN). 2-Myles (P). 3-Wehner (MICH-
IGAN). Time-0:52.3
200 Yard Backstroke: 1-Eversman
(P). 2-Lahde (MICHIGAN). 3-Reissing
(MICHIGAN). Time 2:14.3
400 Yard Freestyle: I-Fitshugh
(MICHIGAN. 2-Everhart (P). 3-Green
(P)-

NHL SCORES
Montreal 4, Boston 1
New York 5, Detroit 4
Toronto 4, Chicago 3

200 Yard Breaststroke: 1-Watt (P).
2-Perkinson (P). 3-Haselby (MICHI-
GAN). Time-2:30.1..... ..... ......
..400 Yard Freestyle Relay: 1-PURDUE.
Time--4:43.0

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(Author of "Barefoot Boy With Cheek," etc.)'

By HANK ROSEBAUM
It was a disappointing after-
noon at Yost Fieldhouse yesterday
as the Michigan wrestlers went
down to defeat at the hands of
Northwestern, 22-10.
The Wolverines won only one
match, 'but picked up five addi-
tional team points on a forfeit in
the 137 pound match.
The Wildcats thus walked off
Iowa Cagers
Beat Gophers;
Indiana, Loses
IOWA CITY, Iowa (P)-Iowa's
defending Big Ten b a s k e t b a l l
champions, easy victims in their
first two Conference games, over-
powered Minnesota 89-66 tonight.
It was the Gophers' initial Con-
ference defeat, after upsetting
Illinois. Tom Payne paced Iowa's
attack with 24 points.
Indiana Dumped
LAFYAEIwE, Ind. (A) - Well-
balanced Purdue held Indiana star
Archie Dees to 15 points and in-
flicted the Hoosiers' first Big Ten
basketball defeat last night, 70-
64.
* * *
BonSalle Leads Illini
MADISON, Wis. (P) - Illinois
yesterday handed Wisconsin its
third, straight Big Ten basketball
loss of the season, 79-6 3, with the
aid of a 21-point output by George
BonSalle.
The Badgers, generally conceded
the cellar in the Big Ten race,
drew within five points of the
favored Illini just before the half,
but the sharpshooting Illini pulled
away to a comfortable 41-32 bulge
at intermission.
Big Ten Standings

with their second victory in the
30 meets between the two squads.
The only other time it happened,
during the 1931-32 season, Jack
Riley, the Northwestern coach
was a member of the Wildcat
squad.
Marchello Lone Bright Spot
The only bright spot in the
Michigan picture was the showing
of Jack Marchello in the 177 pound
match. Marchello had command
of the situation throughout the
match, as he scored an early take-
down on Carl Bittner in the first
period to jump off to a 2-0 lead.
In the second period he made.
the score 4-0 as he had his op-
ponent in a near fall and pro-
ceeded to pin him shortly after at
4:30.
Marchello also scored Michi-
gan's only victory in the Pitts-
burgh meet.
Marchello and .. .
M3C
123-Duck (NU) beat Root (M), 5-0
130-Woehrle (NU) beat Deppe (M),
6-0
137-Northwestern forfeited
147-Propeck (NU) beat Hamady
(M), 12-0
157-Ahrends (NU) beat Weber (M),
6-1
167-Kraft (NU) pinned Lutomski_
(M) 1:55
177-Marcheilo (M) pinned Bittner
(NU), 4:30
Hvy.-Laws (NU) pinned O'Brien
(M), 2:15

Heavyweight Rupert O'Brien
looked as if hed had the Wolve-
rines' second victory tucked away
in his back pocket in the meet's
final contest.
Turns Tables On O'Brien
O'Brien had Chuck Laws in
trouble as soon as the match
started and narrowly missed a
pin. Suddenly Laws scored a re-
verse and, before the stunned
crowd let out a groan, had O'Brien
in a pin hold which ended the
match at 2:15.
Wildcat captain Ken Kraft
clinched the Northwestern victory
with a quick pin of Carl Lutom-
ski in the 167 pound division.
With one minute gone in the
match, Kraft scored a takedown
and soon converted it into a fall.
Ahrends Decisions Weber
Michigan had been held score-
less in the first three matches
when Bob Weber finally scored an
escape -in~ the second pt nod of
the 157 pc. id encounter for the
first point. Northwestern's Chuck
Ahrends took the match how-
ever, 6-1.
Don Duck blanked Willard Root
at 123, 5-0, Don oehrle shutout
Dan Deppe in the 130 pound class,
6-0, and Steve Propeck coasted
by Lloyd Hamady, 12-0 in the 147
pound match.
The grapplers will now take a
break till after the final exam
period when they will meet Illi-
nois at Yost Fieldhouse on Feb-
ruary 2.

WHO WENT TO THE PROM

Northwestern G
Warren, F............. 0
Schulz, F...............0
Duhart, F............. 2
Lose, F................. 0
RuklickC.............9
Mast, G............... 4
Johnson, G............ 1
Mantis, G............. 6
Hook, G...............1
Totals................23
MICHIGAN G
Tillotson, F-C..........5
Burton, F..............4
Tarrier, F..............1
Kramer, C..............3
Lewis, G..............6
Lee, G................ 6
Totals ...............22

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Coming Events in Sports
Monday, January 14
BASKETBALL-Wisconsin--Yost Field House-8 p.m.
Tuesday, January 15
HOCKEY-at Michigan State
Friday, February 1
HOCKEY-Montreal-Coliseum--8 p.m.
Saturday, February 2
HOCKEY-Montreal-Coliseum-8 p.m.
BASKETBALL-at Minnesota
WRESTLING-Illinois-Yost Field House-3 p.m.
TRACK-MSU Relays-at East Lansing
Monday, February 4
BASKETBALL-Purdue-Yost Field House-8 p.m.
WRESTLING-at Purdue

...AND WHY
"Hello," said the voice o1l\ the telephone. "This is
Werther Sigafoos."
"Who?" said Anna Livia Plurabelle.
"Werther Sigafoos," said Werther Sigafoos. "I sit
next to you in psych. I'm kind of dumpy and I always
wear a sweatshirt."
"I'm afraid I don't remember you," said Anna Livia.
"I'm the one whose lecture notes you've been borrow-
ing for two years," said Werther.
"Oh, yes!" she said. "What do you wish, Walter?"
"Werther," said Werther. "What I wish is to take
you to the Junior Prom next April."
"That's months away, Westnor," said Anna Livia.
"Werther," said Werther. "Yes, I know, but you are
so round and beautiful that I was afraid you might
have a date already."
"As a matter of fact I do, Wingate," said Anna Livia.
"Werther," said Werther. "Oh, drat!"

Northwestern................33 34-63
MICHIGAN. ' .......39 25-64

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Ohio State .........2 0
MICHIGAN.......... 2 1
Illinois...............2 1
Purdue..............2 1
Indiana..............2 1
Northwestern . 1 1
Minnesota ..........1 1
Iowa................1 2
1Michigan State ......0 2
'Wisconsin..... .......0 3

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DON'T FORGET!
Tickets for
will be sold
MONDAY and TUESDAY ONLY
at the Administration Building
12:00 - 4:30 P.M.

Anna Livia did not really have a date, but she was
expecting to be asked by Stewart Stalwart, athlete and
BMOC, handsome as Apollo, smooth as ivory, driver of
a 2.9 litre Bugatti, wearer of faultless tweeds, smoker
of Philip Morris Cigarettes, which, even without his
other a.chievements, would by itself stamp him as a man
of discrimination, as the possessor of a pleasure-oriented
palate, as one who smoked for the pure joy of it, who had
sought and found a cigarette brimming over with zest
and zip and hearty good fellowship-Philip Morris!
Well sir, Anna Livia waited for Stewart to ask her,
but two days before the Prom, to everybody's amazement,
he asked Rose-of-Sharon Kinsolving, a nondescript girl
with pavement colored hair and a briefcase.
.Anna Livia sobbed for a spell and then, not wishing
to miss the most gala event of the junior year, she
phoned Werther Sigafoos.
"My Prom date has come down with a dread virus,"
she said, "and I'll accept your invitation, Waldrop."
"Werther," said Werther. "Oh, goody ganders!"
The next day Anna Livia received a phone call from
Stewart Stalwart. "My Prom late has come down with
a dread virus," he said. "Will you go with me?"
"Certainly," she said and immediately"phoned Wer-
ther and said, "I have come down with a dread virus and
cannot go to the Prom with you, Whipstitch."
"Werther," said Werther. "Oh, mice and rats!"
So Anna Livia went to the Prom with Stewart and
who do you think they ran into? Rose-of-Sharon with
Werther, that's who!
Stewart had felt obliged to ask Rose-of-Sharon be-
cause she always did his homework, but she had weaseled
out because she really wanted to go with Werther with
whom she felt a great oneness because then were boAth

TOMORROW'S GAMES
Wisconsin at MICHIGAN, 8 p.m. Yost
Fleldhouse
Indiana at Illinois
Minnesota at Ohio State
Northwestern at Purdue

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