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Dunnigan Scores Decisive
Goal in Penalty-FilledGame
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Cage rs

Ohio State Keeps Pace in Big Ten Race
With 94-88 Victory over Wolverines


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of the final period, with State
Michigan began pouring it on
the hard-working Spartan net-
minder, Joe Selinger, and the
drive's climax came when Dick
Dunnigan took a pass from Bar-
rie Hayton, feinted past the MSU
defenseman, and drove the puck.
'M' Leads 2-0
It hit Selinger's arm, landed in
the crease, and trickled over the
line. The score was 2-0, and the
enraged Selinger shoved the cage
off. of its foundations in disgust.
Roughness, the outstanding
feature of the contest, was really
the only highlight of the opening
Even goalie Ross Childs, who
sparkled with 46 saves, got into a
scuffle when a Spartan crashed
pinto him after a rush.
The scoring impotency of both
squads carried over into the mid-
die frame, with the play continu-
ing fast but rather sloppy.
Then at 14:24, State's captain
and one of the e .ning's featured
"bad boys," Bob Jasson, was ex-
cused for two minutes for rough-
At this point, the Wolverines be-
gan to turn it on, and at first
their aggressiveness got the best
of them when Michigan leftwing-
er Gary Starr joined Jasson in the
isolation booth at 15:06 for hold-
But Tommy Rendall bugged the
Spartans constantly, and his
hustle finally paid off. After a
couple of solo thrusts, Rendall took
a pass from about 10 feet straight
out and blasted point-blank at
16:20 to break the ice.-
The period ended at 1-0. f
Selinger Makes 23 Saves
Selinger, who had only 23 stops
to make, nevertheless had some
tough ones. Two of them came
around the three-minute point of
the final period when he robbed
Johnny Rendall on a dead-on shot
from two feet away ;and was equal
to Rendall again seconds later on
a skate-in.
WIHL Standings
W L T Pts. PL
Colorado college ...13 3 0 17 3
*North Dakota ...12 5 0 12 5
MICHIGAN .........9 4 1 10t4 7%
Michigan Tech 7 5 4 10Y2 71/2
*Denver ............ 5 91 8 13
Minnesota........ 4 14 2 41/ 141/2
MicĀ° an State .... 3 13 0 4 16
MICHIGAN 2, Michigan State 1
Michigan Tech 4, Minnesota 4 (tie)
Denver-North Dakota, Incomplete

But Jasson hooked him to pre-
vent a goal and was sent off.,
At 7:06, the crowd was on its
feet again when Starr and an-
other of the Lansing villains, de-
fenseman Bruno Pollesel, went in-
to the boards.
Pollesel's brother Ed, also a de-
fenseman, seeing his own kin re-
ceive a banging up, went to bat for
him, both literally and figurative-
Starr and the latter Pollesel en-
gaged in a violent scrap and sev-
eral men from both squads soon
became added attractions.
After Dunnigan's goal, the Blue
seemed to pick up the offense.
Then, at 11:55, Bernie Hanna was
caught interfering. At 13:19,
Schiller joined him for charging,
and it was five offensive players
for State, three for Michigan,
The Wolverines managed to get
out of this situation by sending
the puck down ice, but seconds af-
ter Hanna's penalty expired,
MSU's star center, Ross Parke,
took a pass from Polano at 14:35
and rammed the disc, perfectly
screened, between a Michigan
man's legs and into the net to
make it 2-1.
All four of the games between
these two schools this season have
resulted in Michigan's winning by
one goal.
Four to Go
FIRST PERIOD: Goals-none.-
Penalties - State - Parke (Board-
ing) 1:06; Michigan - Karpinka
(charging) 5:15; J. Rendall (high
sticking) 11:02; State - James (high
sticking) 11:02; Michigan - Dunni-
gan (cross checking) 12:32; State -"
Polana (tripping) 19:18.
SECOND PERIOD: Goals-1-Michi-
gan-T. Rendall (Maxwell, Hayton)
Penalties - Michigan - Switzer
(high sticking) 0:27; State - B. Pol-
lesel (high sticking) 0:27; Michigan,
-Maxwell (charging) 2:46; Hayton
(high sticking) 5:21; State - Grazia
(boarding) 11:29; Jasson (hooking)
14.24; Michigan -- Starr (holding)
THIRD PERIOD: Goals-Michigan
-Dunnigan (Switzer) 10:40; State -
Parke (Polana, MacKenzie) 14:35.
Penalties - Michigan - Maxwell
(unnecessary roughness) 4:28; State-
-E. Pollesel (unnecessary roughness)
4:28; Jasson (hooking) 5:48; E. Pol-
lesel (unnecessary roughness) 7:06;
Michigan-Starr (unnecessary rough-
ness) 7:06; Schiller (illegal check)
7:06; State - Ed. Pollesel (interfer-
ence) 9:38; Michigan - Hanna (in-
terference) 11:55; Schiller (charg-
ing) 13:19; Karpinka (high sticking)
17:02; J. Rendall (high sticking) 17:02;
State - E. Pollesel (high sticking)
B. Pollesel (high sticking) 17:02.

after a two-game layoff due to an
injured ankle, added another 18
to the Ohio total. Ken Sidle poured
in 20 more for the Bucs.
Little Jimmy Shearon starting
his third game for the Wolverines
took high scoring honors for the

night with a total of 30 points
netting 13 of 20 attempts from the
floor. Guard George Lee added 18
points to the Michigan cause.
Michigan bested OSU in the
shooting percentage department
hitting for a fair .490 percentage
as the Buckeyes fell back making

Indiana, Michigan State,
Iowa Win Cage Contests

GOALIE ROSS CHILDS, with stick raised high, Is restrained by Michigan defenseman Bob Schiller.
Grap iersOverowerOSU,16-1

Three veteran Michigan wrest-
lers who rejoined the team at the
start of this semester sparked the
Wolverine matmen to a 16-11 dual
meet decision over Ohio State here
Steve Zervas, Captain Mike Rod-
riguez, and Max Pearson turned in
important victories as Coach Cliff
Keen's grapplers won their third
of eight meets.
It was heavyweight Zervas who
actually made secure the Wolver-
ine triumph. Jack Marchello's lop-
sided 11-1 decision over Hugh
Crouse in the 177-pound match
had provided Michigan a 13-11
advantage, but a victory over Zer-
vas by Ted Tallaber would have

given the Buckeyes enough points
to win.
However, agile Zervas clamped
an early takedown on Tallaber and
stayed in control the rest of the
way to win, 6-2.
Rodriguez Wins
Rodriguez, last year's Big Ten
157-pound titlist, p-3vided the
meet's only fall when he pinned
Ohio State's Mark Roberts at 3:39.
After building up an 8-1 lead on
the strength of two takedowns and
a near fall, Rodriguez finally found
the opening he wanted early in
the middle period.
Just a matter of seconds later,
Roberts was lying flat on his back,
victim of the Michigan captain's
sudden, paralyzing takedown and
body press.

Sport Shorts


Owen Places Third
NEW YORK-Dave Owen, Mi-
chigan's shotputter who flew into
New York following a track meet
in Ann Arbor yesterday, placed
third in the AAU meet at Madison
Square Garden last night.
Owen put the ball 56' %" to


Gym Squad Overwhelms Wildcats

finish behind Parry O'Brien's 59'
8" throw and Ken Bantum's 58'
101,4" heave.
Michigan's Coach Don Canham
reported that Owen had a little
trouble with the leather covered
shot and with the wooden floors.
Most of Owen's competition has
been restricted to dirt floors and
regular non-covered shots.
* * *
Landy Retires
MELBOURNE W)-John Landy,
who holds the world record for the
mile at 3:58, finished second in a
half mile race yesterday and then
bowed out of competitive running.
Landy announced that because
of his job as a school master he
can not train properly, and that
he will never run in major com-
petition again.
* * *
Notre Dame Hires Strami
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (A)-Henry
Stram, a football coach at South-
ern Methodist University after
eight years on Purdue's staff was
signed as a backfield coach at

In the 130-pound match, de-
fending Conference c h a m p i o n
Pearson did everything but pin
Buckeye Dan Wilson on his way
to a 14-3 victory.
Three times Pearson had Wilson
in near-fall situations, and three
times Wilson managed to escape
being pinned.
Marchello Easy Victor
Marchello, defending Big Ten
177-pound titleholder, completely
dominated his match with Crouse,
but could not find the hold that
would have put away his oppon-
ent for good.
The undefeated Wolverine grap-
pler came close to pinning Crouse
early in the second period, but
Crouse managed to escape just in
In one of the more interesting
encounters at Yost Field House
yesterday, Buckeye 167-pounder
Gene Weiss beat Michigan's Karl
Lutomski, 13-8.
The match was divided into
three separate flurries. Weiss built
up a 7-1 lead before Lutomski
picked up two reversals and a
near fall to go ahead, 8-7.
Then Lutomski went too far in
applying a hammerlock, and
Weiss, who was awarded two points
for the illegal hold, added four
more for his finalvictory margin.
Lloyd Hamady escaped from a
takedown with 18 seconds left, en-
abling him to tie Ohio State's Bill
Floyd, 6-6, in the 137-pound en-
counter; Buckeye Pat Palumbo's
three minutes riding time in the
second period provided a 3-2 vic-
tory over Michigan 123-pounder
Dan Deppe; and Bob DeFelice,
OSU's seasoned 147-pounder, out-
classed Dick Summerwill, 7-1.
Returnees Shine
123 pounds-Palumbo (OSU) de-
feated Deppe (M), 3-2.
130 pounds-Pearson (M) defeated
Wilson (OSU), 14-3.
137 pounds - Hamady (M) and
Floyd (OSU) drew, 6-6.
147 pounds-DeFelice (OSU) de-
feated Summerwill (M), 7-1.
157 pounds-Rodriguez (M) pinned
Roberts (OSU), 3:39.
167 pounds-Weiss (OSU) defeated
Lutomski (M), 13-8.
177 pounds-Marchello (M) de-
feated Crouse (OSU), 11-1.
Heavyweight-Zervas (M) defeated
Tallaber (OSU), 6-2.#

By The Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. - Indiana
posted its ninth Big Ten cage con-
test by downing Wisconsin, 85-74,
and now remains alone in first.
Archie Dees. the Big Ten's lead-
ing scorer, poured in nine field
goals and six free throws for 24
points to lead the Hoosier scor-
Indiana held an 11 point lead
at the half and at the opening of
the second period built un a 12
point lead, before the Badgers
came up with a spurt that closed
the score to 55-49. But that was
the last flurry for the Badgers
and Indiana pulled ahead from
there on, taking a 67-52 lead with
six minutes remaining.
* * *
MSU Wins 70-65
shooting and defensive minded
Spartan quintet downed Minne-
sota, 70-65, to keep Michigan
State fast on the heels of league
leading Indiana.
Gopher coach Ozzie Cowles
used a zone defense to keep Mi-
chigan State bottled up in the
first half. It wolIked well as Min-
nesota led, 35-30 at the half.
In the second half, Spartan for-
wards George Ferguson, high for
the night with 19 points, and Lar-
ry Hedden, who made 15 points,
hit from the corners to make the
zone defense ineffective.
Michigan State tied it up at 41-
all with 11 minutes to play and
with five minutes left, the Spar-
tans had forged to a 59-50 lead.
High men for Minnesota were

Ohio State
Mich. State



George Kline with 18 points and
George Hanson with 15.
Illini Top Purdue
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-Illinois re-
turned to the first division of the
Big Ten basketball race last night
with an 80-78 victory over Purdue
in a hard fought contest in which
the Illini came from behind in the
last half.
The close victory, which the
Boilermakers almost staved off in
the last few seconds, gave Illinois
a 6-5 record to a 6-6 record for
Purdue and put the Illini in fifth
Hawkeyes Beat Wildcats
IOWA CITY-Iowa squandered
a 13-point halftime lead and then
shot back to defeat Northwestern
74-66 last night and avenge an
earlier Big Ten conference bas-
ketball upset by the Wildcats.
The Hawkeyes built up a 43-40
margin in the first half behind 53
per cent team shooting. Jim Mc-
Connell, and Dave Gunther pro-
vided the scoring power.
Cage Standings

Ohio State
Howard F.
Sidle F
Huston C.
Laughlin G.
Millard G.
Steagle G.
Barkstall G.
Mosier C.
Burton F.
Tillotson F.
Kramer C
Shearon G.
Lee G.
Tarrier F.
Lewis G.
Ohio State


5-6 3
2-4 4
4-8 3
3-3 0
6-6 4
0-0 0
0-0 0
0-0 0
20-27 14
0-1 3
2-2 4
1-1 5
4-5 1
2-5 3
2-2 2
1-2 3
12-18 21


only 40 per cent of their field goal
Ohio State out-rebounded the
Wolverines grabbing 46 off the
backboards. The Wolverines man-
aged to cling to 38.
From the charity line Michigan
swished 12 out of 18 attempts for
a .667 percentage; Ohio clicked on
20 of their 27 tries to chalk up a
.471 average.
With Shearon sparking the squad
the Wolverines matched the Buck-
eyes practically point for point
for the first half of the game.
Ron Kramer and George Lee turn-
ed in good jobs applying the tight
zone defense. At the end of the
half the scoreboard read Michigan
44, OSU 42.
The loss of Kramer due to fouls
at 4:24 of the second half ham-
pered the Wolverines' defense and
Michigan was not able to imple-
ment the zone defense to as much
effect during the second period.
A hot scoring spree by Shearon
midway in the half put the Wol-
verines ahead 75-70 but the Bucs
caught up and with 4:13 to go it
was tied at 80-all. The two teams
traded buckets for a while and
OSU finally pulled ahead on a
two-pointer by Huston. A last min-
ute scoring effort by Searon was
squelched and the Buckeyes added
another bucket for insurance.


Special To The Daily
EVANSTON, Ill.-The Michigan
gymnastics team literally over-
whelmed Northwestern here yes-
terday afternoon by the score of
0 63-42, for a second straight victory.
Actually the score doesn't tell
the whole story, because Wolverine
coach Newt Loken pulled men in
the last three events to avoid a
complete rout of the almost hap-
less Wildcats.
Michigan started grabbing first
places from the beginning, with
Ed Cole winning the trampoline,
' and Ed Gagnier adding triumphs
in the next four events. The Wild-
cats then captured the last two
first places while the Wolverines
were competing only in exhibition.
Cole Wins
Cole's trampoline triumph was,
according to Loken, "very out-
standing. Ed did some of the best
tricks in the book with great
finesse." Cole has improved greatly,
and should be a strong threat in
the Big Ten meet.
Although Gagnier won four
firsts, it is quite possible that he
would have made the total six, if
he hadn't been out of the last
two events.
The Wolverines placed first and
second in the first four events,
and added a third in two of them.
This gave them such a command-
ing lead that there was no chance.


of a Wildcat comeback. At this
time Loken pulled Co-captain
Wayne Warren from the parallel
bars competition, and then both
Gagnier and Warren from the
flying rings.
This left only Co-captain Nick
Wiese in the rings event, and he
was beaten by Wildcat Ken Dahl-
berg, for the first Northwestern
triumph of the afternoon. Dale
Meyer won the final tumbling
event for the Wildcats, as Loken
entered no one in that contest.
From an overall standpoint,
Loken stated that the Wolverines'
showing was "pretty good." How-
ever he felt that "a little more
competition would have drawn bet-
ter routines from some of the
Besides Cole and Gagnier, Loken
singled out no one else as perform-
ing above expectation. However,
Wiese, Warren and Hayslett all
turned in fine jobs.
Warren Enters One Event
Wawen was hampered by the
fact that he competed in only one
event, getting a fourth in the side
horse. However, in exhibition he
scored enough points on the paral-
lel bars to have placed second.
The trampoline team was weak-
ened by the fact that Dick Kim-
ball was with the swimming team
diving against Indiana. However,

Cole and Frank Newman took first
and second, and Jack Eckle, filling
in for Kimball took fourth.
Almost all of the Wildcats'
points were scored by Ken Dahl-
berg and Ken Slcdeen, plus a few
valuable places by Dale Myer i
The next competition for the
Wolverines will be against Ohio
State in Ann Arbor next Saturday
afternoon at the Sports Building.
In The Bag
TRAMPOLINE: 1. Cole-M, 2. New-
inan-M, 3. Sickels-N, 4. Eckle-M,
FREE-EXERCISE: 1. Gagnier-M,
2. Hayslett-M, 3. Wiese-M, 4. Sho-
deen-N, 5. Dahlberg-N.
SIDE HORSE: 1. Gagnier-M, 2.
Arnstrong-M, 3. Shodeen-N, 4. War-
ren-M, 5. Dahlberg-N.
HIGH BAR: 1. Gagnier-M, 2. Hays-
lett-M, 3. Wiese-M, 4. Dahlberg-N,
PARALLEL BARS:1. Gagnier-M, 2.
Shodeen-N, 3. Hayslett-M, 4. Dahl-
FLYING RINGS: 1. Dahlberg-N, 2.
Wiese-M, 3. Shodeen-N.
TUMBIJNG: 1. Meyer-N, 2. Dahl-
berg-N, 3. Kramer-N.

All Subjects
Thousands at 19 C and up

Nofre Dame yesterday.
Strain resigned along
"Woody" Woodard, SMU
coach after one season.



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Chicago 4, Detroit 3
Montreal 4, New York 1
Boston 5, Toronto 2

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