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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2957

THE MCHIGAN DAILY

PAGE AVVIM"

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE~V rnwWv

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Cage,

Swim

Squads

Victorious

Natators Top Michigan State, 58-47,
As .Hanley, Hopkins Set More Marks

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SPARKPLUG -- Jimmy Shearon, currently Michigan's hottest
player, goes up to hit for two of his game total of 19 points in
last night's exciting encounter with Indiana.
Dees' Late Spurt Closes
18-Point 'M' Advantage

By AL WINKELSTEIN
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - Led by the
fabulous record-breaking duo of
Cy Hopkins and Dick Hanley, the
Wolverine swimmers chalked up
their biggest win of the dual meet
season= last night, downing pow-
erful Michigan State, 58-47.
Hopkins and Hanley each won
STATISTICS
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY -- 1. -
Michigan State (Nichols, Reinke,
Harmon, Fonell) 2 - MICHIGAN;
3:55.4.
220-YD. FREESTYLE - 1 - Han-
ley (M); 2 - Clemens (MS); 3 -Fries
(M); 2:07.9. (New dual meet record)
30-YD. FREESTYLE - 1 -- Gest
(Ms); 2 - Ellis (MS); 3 - Mehl (M);
0:23.2.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY - 1
1 Hopkins (M); 2 - Myers (M);
3 - Lobaugh (MS); 2:11.7 (new dual
meet and pool record)
DIVING - I - Kimball (M); 2-
Narcy (M); 2 - Morey (MS) 274.7
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1 - Hop-
kins (M); 2 -- Harmon (MS); 3 -
Kwasny (M); 2:12.9 (new dual meet
and pool record).
100-YD. FREESTYLE -- - Hanley
(M); 2 - Patterson (MS); 3 - Par-
rish (MS); 0:50.0 (new dual meet
record)
100-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1 - Ni-
chols (MS); 2 - Adamski (M); 3 -
Reissing (M); 2:14.9.
444-YD. FREESTYLE - - Han-
ley (M) 2 - Myers,(M); 3 Clemens
(MS); 4:44.9
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1 -
Hopkins (M); 2- Reinke (MS); 3-
Edington (MS); 2:21.1 (new dual
meet and pool record)
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1
--Michigan State (Patterson, Lanker,
Ellis, Parrish) 2-MICHIGAN; 3:31.0

three individual events. In win-
ning their trio, Hanley smashed
two dual-meet records, while
Hopkins broke the pool and dual-
meet marks each time he swam.
However, the victory was more
of a team triumph than an in-
div dual performance. Michigan's
victory came an the strength of
four second-place finishes, two by
Fritz Myers.
Almost duplicating his Ameri-
can record-tying performance of
Saturday in the butterfly, Hop-
kins caught up with Spartan Rog-
er Harmon on the seventh lap
and went on to win easily in
2:12.9, only four-tenths of a sec-
ond slower than his performance
against Indiiana.
In the breaststroke, Hopkins
was pitted against Paul Reinke,

rated as the best breast-stroker inl
the Big Ten. The young Wolver-
ine sophomore continued his un-
beaten string by outlasting
Reinke to win in the record time
of 2:21.1.
Before he started facing the
strength of the State squad, he
entered and won the 200-yd. in-
dividual medley in the extremely
fast time of 2:11.7.
Hanley faced the task that very
few swimmers have ever success-
fully matched, swimming in the
100-yd. freestyle, the 220-yd. free-
style, and the 440-yd. freestyle.
He gave an excellent reason why
he was selected for the American
Olympic team, by winning all
three of these events, knocking
off dual meet records in the first
two events.

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also provided a solid, continuous
spark for Michigan throughout
the contest.
When a rebound was needed, it
was Burton who went up and got
it, and when Ron Kramer came
out of the game with four fouls,
Burton took the job of trying to
stop the Indiana big man, and
actually threw Dees' timing off
a little for a few precious minutes.
Shearon Effective
Jim, Shearon and his patented
r jump shot were also definite con-
tributors. The arching shot, fired
from the leaping, sidewise-moving
position, connected time after
, time.
Along with the shooting accu-
racy, Shearon had blinding speed
No Kidding
INDIANA G F P T
Neal, f 7 7-9 5 21
Obremskey, f 3 1-1 3 7
Thompson, f 1 0-0 0 2
Dees,, a 14 9-11 3 39
Hodson, g 4 0-0 2 8
Bryant, g 3 3-3 2 9
Flowers, g 0 0-0 0 0
Totals 33 20-24 15 86
MICHIGAN G F P T
Burton, f 9 3-5 3 21
Tillotson, f-6 3 6-6 2 12
Tarrier, f 2 0-0 2 4
Kramer, c 7 2-5 5 16
Lee, g 6 3-3 3 15
Shearon, g 9 1-3 1 19
Totals 36 15-22 16 87
Indiana 41 45-86
MICHIGAN 50 37-87

while dribbling. On one driving
fast break, Shearon faked Indi-
ana's Charlie Hodson so beauti-
fully that Hodson fell to the floor
and Shearon went on in to score.
Scoring Balanced
All five Michigan starters hit
double figures, and four of them
-Burton, Shearon, Kramer and
George Lee - were responsible
for 15 or more apiece.
From the floor, Michigan out-
shot the Hoosiers, .42 9- .413, and
plunked in three more field goals,
36-33. This was just enough to
offset Indiana's superiority at the
foul line.
The Hoosiers had 24 attempts
and made 20 of them for .833.
Michigan could hit for only 15'
out of 22 for a slightly below-par
.682.
On the boards, Michigan had a
sight edge, utilizing this year's
overall team size against Dees'
6'8". The Wolverines pulled down
42 rebounds to Indiana's 37.
Big Ten
Standings

By The Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. - Michigan
State pulled away from a determ-
ined Wisconsin team in the late
minutes last night to win its ninth
Big Ten basketball game in a row,
78-62, and tie Indiana for the
Conference lead.
OSU Loses
COLUMBUS, Ohio-A fired-up
Illinois team used terrific speed,
desire and defense last night to

prevent Ohio State from moving
into a tie for the Big Ten basket-
ball lead, knocking off the Buck-
eyes, 79-72.
Kline Hits 40
MINNEAPOLIS - Jump in g
George Kline smashed the all-
time Minnesota individual scor-
ing record with 40 points last night
as the Gophers blasted Iowa's
young and struggling basketball
team, 102-81, in a Big Ten game.

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