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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Purdue Cagers Defeat Michigan; Gymnas

1A L FIVE
ts Lose

Boilermakers Win, 66-63;
Kramer Leads Wolverines

Special To The Daily
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -
Purdue virtually ended Michigan's
Big Ten basketball aspirations here
last night, nipping the Blue, 66-63.
Sophomore guard Chuck Kehrt
was the main spark for the Boiler-
makers, hitting 19 points and
breaking the Wolverines' backs in
the final moments.
Ron Kramer led the losers with
18 points.
Tied for Sixth
As a result of last night's Con-
ference play, Michigan is tied with
Illinois, which lost .to Michigan
State, 89-83, for sixth place, both
teams having 5-5 records. Purdue,
now 6-5, is fifth.
In other Big Ten games, Minne-
sota whipped Wisconsin, 85-53,
and Indiana held on to first place
by downing Iowa, 90-76.
Kehrt's two-hand set shot kept
the visitors at odds all evening.

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MICHIGAN
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Tillotson, f ....
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Shearon, g ....
Tarrier, g......
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Bulletin
Chicago (J)-Indiana Univer-
sity last night announced it will
vote for adoption of the Big
Ten's proposed financial aid
program for athletes, virtually
assuring the plan's adoption by
the Conference.
Faculty representatives and
athletic directors will hold a
special meeting in Chicago Fri-
day to officially vote on the pro-
gram.
Kramer's basket put Michigan
ahead, 61-60, with 2:05 left on the
clock, but Kehrt connected to put
tle home team in front perman-
ently, 62-61.
Campbell Scores
Then Joe Campbell, a 5'7" guard,
drove in to make it 64-61. Michi-
gan guard Jim Shearon, who
played excellently all night, missed
on a 1-1 free throw attempt at this
point.
Purdue got the ball, and Camp-
bell threw a court-length pass to
Kehrt, who hit the team's final
two points as the Wolverines were
caught flat-footed by the play.
M. C. Burton was fouled by
Campbell in the waning moments,
and made both charity shots, but
Michigan's Tom Raisor missed a
similar opportunity when Camp-
bell fouled him seconds later, and
that was the contest.
Kramer played well in the sec-
ond half, forcing Purdue's star
center, Lamar Lundy, to foul out
with about 3 minutes left. His
shooting in the final stages of the
game kept the Wolverines in it
all the way.
Interestingly enough, Purdue
made 18 baskets in the second half
and no free throws, missing four
attempts from the foul-shot line.
Shearon's jump shot was effec-
tive, as he made over half of his
shots from the filoor for eight
two-pointers. His 17 was second
high for Michigan.

MSU Nips 'M' Gym Team
With Surge in Final Event
By AL JONES
and came in second in three oth-
Special to The Daily er events.
EAST LANSING - The Michi- 'M' Sweeps Parallel Bars
gan State gymnastics team Michigan coach Newt Loken
grabbed a close meet from Michi- was especially proud of the paral-
gan last night at East Lansing lel bars team composed of Gag-
with a strong finish in tumbling, nier, Wayne Warren and Jim
headed by Big Ten Champion Ro- Hayslett, which swept the first
land Brown. three places in that event.
The Spartans defeated the Despite the loss, Michigan had
Wolverines by a score of 58%1- some outstanding performers.
53%! Jim Hayslett looked very good in
Michigan was leading 4811x- the parallel bars and in the free
471 going into the tumbling exercises. Bob Armstrong per-
event but Brown finished first, formed well on the side horse,
with Don Leas and George Hope- while Frank Newman was espe-
ly adding a third and fourth place cially outstanding on the trampo-
to gain a total of,.11 points for line.

Wolverine Notes

i

at the Union last weekend, Michi-
gan's Bruce Goldsmith was
elected commodore.
Sailors from 24 midwest schools
including all of the Big Ten
schools except Minnesota and
Iowa elected Goldsmith to this of-
fice which coincides to that of
president in other groups.
His duties will be to schedule
races for this spring and summer
and, of course, to preside over fu-
ture meetings.
According to the association's

total points among the yachts-
men.
* * *
Paced by the shooting of Tom
Athanas and Dick Roemer, Mich-
igan's rifle team swept to vic-
tory in a triangular meet over Il-
linois and Indiana at the ROTC
rifle range Saturday.
Athanas compiled a total of 574
out of 600 possible points to pace
the Wolverines to a total of 2825
points. Illinois placed a close sec-
ond at 2813, while the Hoosiers
followed at 2688.

THREE BIG MEN-Shown from left to right are gymnasts Frank
Newman, Ed Cole, and Dick Kimball. Despite their efforts the
Wolverines fell to Michigan State 582 to 532 in a Big Ten
gymnastics meet.
M'Wres tlers Improve,
Rated Title Contender

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Totals .......23 17-26 15 63

PURDUE
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Merriweather, f
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Kehrt, g......

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66

After a slightly discouraging
start this season, the Michigan
wrestling team is showing once
again the form which has brought
two consecutive Big Ten champ-
ionships to the Maize and Blue.
Probably the most important
factor in the comback of the team
is the return of Big Ten champ-
ions Mike Rodriguez and Max
Pearson plus heavyweight letter-
man Steve Zervas. All three be-
came eligible just this semester.
After losing three straight Big
Ten matches Coach Keen's men,
bolstered by these stars, stunned
unbeaten Iowa, 14-12, barely lost
to Michigan State, 16-15, a team
beaten only by Iowa. Thus, Mich-
igan has set itself up as a possible
Big Ten winner.
Rodriguez Returns
Since returning to competition
Rodriguez has defeated both his
opponents impressively, winnir-
a 12-3 decision at Iowa and pin-
ning MSU foe Cris Coniglio in 70
seconds with a paralyzing take-
down.
Zervas and Pearson, despite
their first-semester inactivity,
have looked good in compiling 1-1
records apiece. With the recent
rise of Michigan to contending
position, there are now four teams
vying for top honors at the Con-
ference meet at Ohio State March
8 and 9.'
Minnesota, which comes to Ann

Arbor for a dual meet March 2, is
the only unbeaten Big Ten team.
Once-defeated Michigan State and
Iowa, plus Michigan, figure to be
the Gophers' top challengers.
'M' Unveils
'59 Schedule
Michigan will meet Oregon
State in football for the first
time in 1959.
In addition Missouri will ap-
pear on the '59 schedule for the
second meeting between the two
schools.
The '59 schedule continues the
practice of having six home
games and playing two top inter-
sectional rivals.
The Wolverines will travel to
Indiana for the first time since
1932 on November 14, 1959.
The schedule:
Sept. 28, Missouri (home);
Oct. 3, Michigan State (home);
Oct. 10, Oregon State (home);
Oct. 17, Northwestern (home);
Oct. Zi, Minnesota (Minneapo-
lis); Oct. 31, Wisconsin (home);
Nov. 7, Illinois (Champaign);
Nov. 14, Indiana (Blooming-
ton); Nov. 21, Ohio State
(home).

the Spartans in the event, and
put the match out of Michigan's
reach.
Spartans Sweep Flying Rings
The Wolverines had taken a 10
point advantage following the
parallel bars, but the Spartans re-
sponded by sweeping the flying
rings to narrow the gap to one
point.
Brown, Leas, and Cal Girard
each took two firsts to lead the
Spartan attack. Besides tumbling,
Brown garnered a first in the free
exercises. Leas won the trampo-
line and flying rings events, while
Girard was first in the high bars
and the side horse.
Ed Gagnier, was Michigan's top
scorer with 22 points. He won the
parallel bars for Michigan's only
first place finish of the evening
TRAMPOLINE: 1. Leas, MSU; 2.
Newman, MSU; 3. Cole, M; 4. Kim-
ball, M; 5. Breza, MSU.
FREE EXERCISES: 1. Roland
Brown, MSU; 2. Gagnier, M; 3.
Hayslett, M; 4. Girard, MSU; 5.
Leas, MSU.
SIDE HORSE: 1. Girard, MSU; 2.
Armstrong, M; 3. (tie) Warren, MW,
and Gagnier, M; 5. O'Brien, MSU.
HIGH BARS: 1. Girard, MSU; 2.
Gagnier, M; 3. Leas, MSU; 4. Hays-
lett, M; 5. Wiese, M.
PARALLEL BARS: 1. Gagnier, M;
2. Warren, M; 3. Hayslett, MW; 4.
Paul, MSU; 5. Leas, MSU.
FLYING RINGS: 1. Leas, MSU; ?.
Cook, MSU; 3. (tie) Paul, MSU, and
Gagnier, M; 5. Wiese, M.
TUMBLING: 1. Brown, MSU; 2.
Gagnier, M; 3. Leas, MSU; 4. Hope-
ly, MSU; 5. Kimball, M.

Totals .,.....29
MIbHIGAN ..
Purdue-.........

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34
36

29-63
30--66

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Cooley Keeps Slate Intact
.Williams, Michigan Win

By ART ROSENBAUM
Cooley maintained its perfect
record in the I-M Residence Hall
A"Basketball League with a
33-32 victory over Van Tyne.
The game saw Cooley's five
point half-time lead slowly dwin-
dle to one point but they managed
to protect their lead until the
buzzer sounded.
Fred Bradford was high scorer
for Cooley with sixteen points to
his credit.
Williams, Michigan, Win
Williams and Michigan still re-
main tied ni their battle for top
honors in their division. Michigan
had little trouble with Hayden,
taking a 35-10 lead at half-time
and coasting to a 47-29 victory.
The Michigan attack was spear-
headed by the sharp shooting of
Jack McKensie, 22 points, and
William Nash with 14. James Fo-
ley had 21 points for the losers.
John Geisler provided Williams'
whole scoring punch in the sec-
ond half, putting in 22 of the 26
points scored by Williams in the
half as they overpowered Scott
44-30. His game total of 26 points
was high for the night.
In a game between two unbeat-
en teams, Adams downed pre-
viously undefeated Chicago, 48-25
to take sole possession of first
place in the division. Clarence Pe-
terson was high man for the win-
ners with his seventeen points.
Highest Score
In the highest scoring game of
the year, the Anderson five com-
pletely overwhelmed hapless
Hinsdale 93-13. Gomberg defeated
Greene 34-21 to remain a game
behind top running Cooley.

Reeves edged Huber 39-37, led
by Keith Cowans' 18 points and
Strauss downed Winchell 66-49,
while Taylor moved past Lloyd
45-37.
In the Residence Hall "B" com-
petition, Williams ran up a 21-4
lead against Kelsey and then
went on to win its fourth straight
game of the season, 33-23.
Gomberg Dropped
Gomberg was rudely surprised
by winless Cooley and went down
to defeat 25-19. The two teams
traded point for point till the
closing minutes when 'ooley
pulled ahead to stay there.
Michigan blasted Hayden 56-6.
A balanced attack by Huber shat-
tered Scott 40-13.

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