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SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DlAILY

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Pace, Flodin, Sloan Gain
Finals; Robinson Injured

Gym Team Faces OSU
In Fourth-Place Contest

(Continued from Page 1)
Unfortunately, except in the 60-
yd. dash when Jim Pace and John
Magnuson both won their heats,
the firsts Michigan took in the
440 and 300 will probably come to
naught this afternoon.
Laird Sloan finished a stride
ahead of Ohio State's Ted Storer
in his heat of the 440,' but his time

The night's top individual hon-
ors went, as figured, to two Olym-
pic Gold Medalists, Ohio State's
Glenn Davis and Indiana's Greg
Bell.
Four Events
Davis competed in four events
and took an unofficial total of 161/2
points for his night's work to lead'
Bell, who only took part in three
events, by three and one-half
points.
The only first Davis took was in
the 70-yd. low hurdles with a med-
iocre time of :08.1.
However, Davis was running
without effiort and was only try-
ing to qualify. He supplemented
his one first place with seconds in
the 70-yd. high hurdlep and 60-yd.
dash and a tie for second in the
broad jump.
First place in the broad jump
went to Bell, who turned in the'
second best indoor performance
ever recorded, in his specialty,
with a leap of 25'7" to smash his
own Big Ten Indoor record.
Bell also took .second place in
his heats of the 300 and 600-yd.
dashes.
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By AL JONES
Michigan and Ohio State will
be battling for fourth-place po-
sition in the Big Ten gymnastics
picture at 4 p.m. at the I-M Sports
Building.
Both squads boast 5-3 dual-meet
records thus far, and both have
fallen to Illinois and Michigan
State. Michigan was edged by
Iowa while the Buckeyes didn't
meet the Hawkeyes, and both
teams downed all other Confer-
ence foes.
On paper the two teams shape
up as about equal, and the battle
today should be a close one. The
victor will be in a position to chal-
letige Iowa and Michigan State for
a second-place finish in the Big
Ten Meet here next weekend. Of
course, anything can happen in
the championships, but today's
victor will be in the best position
to help plague the favored Illini
in the finals.
Great Performers
Ohio State's coach Joe Hewlett
will be bringing some great per-
formers to the I-M Building this
afternoon. His top man is Harry
Schollenbarger, a fine tumbler and
free exercise man, plus being one
of the best all-around performers
in the Conference.
Co-captain Don Harper, an
Olympic diver, is a threat in both
the trampoline and td'mbling, and
Ron O'Brien is also a diver and
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Wolverines' Dick Kimball and Ed
Cole will be competing in two var-
sity meets this afternoon.
The swimming meet will be at
2:30 p.m. and then the gym con-
test will start at 4. Gym coach
Newt Loken expects a large crowd
from the overflow of the swim-
ming meet. Extra bleachers will
be put up to handle the expected
turnout.
Other top Buckeyes are Co-cap-
tain Dave Caldwell andl Ron
Sampsell, who are both good all-
around performers, and will com-
pete in many events.
Michigan's great Ed Gagnier
will battle Schollenbarger in five
of the seven events, and will join
Wolverine Nick Wiese in the fly-
ing rings for his sixth attempt
to gain points for the 'M' squad.

Nary Leads
Pack By One
'In Golf Open
BATON ROUGE, La. () -- Bill
Nary, playing his best in the
pinches, scrambled into a one-
stroke lead Friday in the second
round of $15,000 Baton Rouge
Open Golf Tournament.
The 41-year-old Wayne, Mich.,
veteran was all over the course,
but shot his way out of trouble
brilliantly for a 5-under-par 67
and a 136 total after 36 holes.
Nary edged another veteran, 45-
year-old Jimmy Demaret of Kia-
mesha Lake, N. Y., who also had
a 67, but an opening day 70 boost-
ed Demaret's two-day total to 137.
One stroke behind Demaret were
Lloyd Mangrum of Apple Valley,
Calif., and Fred Hawkins of El
Paso, Tex.

ED COLE
DICK KIMBALL
... double duty

JIM PACE
.. . qualified in 60-yd. dash

of :50.2 was almost a full second
off MSU's Dave, Lean's winning
time of :49.3 in his heat.
Another first place Wolverine
finish, but in second best time, was
scored by Dick Flodin in the 300-
yd. dash.
Flodin led the runners in his
heat with an average :31.8 while
in another semi-final heat, Ron
Etherton of Purdue turned the dis-
tance in :31.3.

Behind these two track behe-
moths in the race for the most
individual points, came Michigan'
State's Lean with a clocking of
1:11.8 to become the night's double
winner.
This was the first major meet to
be held in the Buckeyes' new mul-
ti-million dollar glass and steel
French Field House.
As was to be expected, field
house %records were broken in al-
most every event.
In all, five field house marks
fell and another was tied and
most of these records should go
again tomorrow.

SPECIALTY SETS RECORD - Indiana's Olympic Gold Medal-
ist Greg Bell made a leap of 25'7" in last night's competition at
the Big Ten Track Meet at Columbus, O. Bell's leap is the second
longest one ever recorded.
ROTC Rifle Team Defeats
Wayne; Wins Fifth Match

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COLLEGE HOCKEY:
Second-Place Position
Up for Grabs in East

The University of Michigan
ROTC Rifle Team fired its way to
victory here yesterday by defeating
Wayne State Air Force ROTC
Rifle Team 1887 to 1760.
The match is the fifth in a series
held here in which Michigan has
won. They defeated Toledo Uni-
versity and Eastern Michigan Col-
lege in November of last year.
In January of this year they
scored 1881 to 1744 in a match
with the University of Detroit's
Army ROTC and 1862 to 1804
against U-D's Air Force ROTC.
There are two matches to be
held before the championship can
be decided. Michigan State's Air
Force team is scheduled for March
and Michigan. Tech is slated for
April.
Each team is composed of ten
men, with the top five scores from
each team used to determine the
scoring. The total scores of Michi-

gan's top five riflemen to date are:
William Woodruff, 1878; Richard
Roemer, 1873; Robert White, 1853;
Thomas Athanas, 1841; and John
Blaha, 1812.
The Michigan Rifle team is
coached by M/Sgt. Guy D. Jones.
Captain Dwight O. Henderson is
the faculty adviser. Both are of
the Army ROTC unit.

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By SI COLEMAN
Playoff time is nearing once
again, and with it the question
arises as to whom the probable
representatives to these playoffs
will be from eastern collegiate
hockey.
Strangely enough, the situation
of the East parallels the race for
playoft berths in the Western In-
tercollegiate Hockey League. One
team seems a "sure-shot" for first
place, while a hot battle ensues for
the runner-up spot.
Clarkson College of Potsdam,
N.Y., posts a very impressive rec-
ord of 11-1 and remains a solid
favorite for top honors. The sec-
ond spot is a scramble among St.
Lawrence, R.P.I. and Harvard.
Same Squad
Hockey fans here at Michigan
might remember that it was this
same St. Lawrence squad that
bowed to the Wolverines in an
overtime duel, 2-1, in the semi-
Moore Plans
To Quit Ring
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (R) - Light
heavyweight champion Archie
Moore said Friday he planned to
retire from the ring after one
more defense of his title.
He is scheduled to meet either
Chuck Speiser or Tony Anthony
June 7 in Detroit in a title match.
"Regardless of whether I win
or lose, I'm going to retire," said
Moore.
Speiser and Anthony are sched-
uled to fight April 5 in Detroit
for the right to meet Moore.

finals of last year's tournament in
Colorado.
Two games could be all-import-
ant in selecting the second tour-
nament entry. These are St. Law-
rence at R.P.I. tonight, and Clark-
son at St. Lawrence on March 6.
To date St. Lawrence has lost
only two eastern games while R.
P.I. and Harvard have lost three
apiece. However, Harvard's sched-
ule does suffer some in compari-
son, because the Crimson do not
meet Clarkson, St. Lawrence or
R.P.I. this season.
An interesting note concerns in-
dividual scoring. Leading this con-
test is Bob Clary of Harvard. In
19 games he has registered 59
points.
High Scorers
This compares with the 30
points scored by Jim Ridley, cen-
ter for the North Dakota Hus-
kies, who has played 15 games in
the WIHL thus far and heads the
league in scoring.
While the race continues in the
East, there is some action that is
taking place right here in the
WIHL this weekend.
LATE WIHL SCORES
Michigan State 4, Minnesota 2
Michigan Tech 4, Colorado 3
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Arthur D. Zillgitt, Student Assistant Pastor
Paul R. Eberts, Minister to Students
SUNDAY PROGRAM
10:15 A.M. Student Guild Coffee Hour.
10:45 A.M. Worship Service: Sermon topic "We
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5:30 P.M. Student Guild.
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
OF ANN ARBOR
1917 Washtenaw Avenue
Edward H. Redman, Minister
10 A.M. Unitarian Adult Group.
Richard Wilkie leading discussion: "Should We
Discipline Our Children?"
11 A.M. Services: Sermon by Rev. Edward H. Red-
man on: "The Case for Religious Humanism."
12 M Coffee Hour.
Unitarian Students meet at 3:00 P.M. at Lan-
sing Universalist Church with groups from
Wayne State and Michigan State.
ST. MARY'S STUDENT CHAPEL
William and Thompson Streets
Rev. John F. Bradley, chaplain
Rev. Paul V. Matheson, Asst.
Sunday Masses: 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 A.M. and
12:00 noon.
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Morning Sermon: "Facing the fact of Sin."
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11:00 A.M. Worship Service. "The Fellowship
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6:00 P.M. Guild Supper at Guild House.

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Wednesdays 7:30 P.M. Bible Study. Ministers,
Charles Burns.
Hear "The Hearld of Truth" WXYZ ABC Net-
work Sundays 5:00 to 5:30 P.M.
For transportation to ServiceDial NO 3-5134.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
and STUDENT CENTER
1432 Washtenaw Ave., NO 2-3580
Henry Kuizenga, Minister
Wm. S. Baker, Campus Minister
Patricia Pickett, Assistant
SUNDAY:'
11 :30 A.M. Grad Coffee Hour, Lewis Room
5:30 P.M. Supper, Social Hall
7:00 P.M. Evening Worship, Sanctuary
8:00 P.M. "God-All-Powerful or All-Loving?"
Discussion.
9:00 P.M. Fellowship Hour
TUESDAY:
4:30 P.M. Question Box Discussion, Pat Pick-
ett's apartment, 217 S. Observatory (on the
"Hill").
9:30-10:30 P.M. Coffee Break, Pat Pickett's
apartment.
THURSDAY:
4:15 P.M. Bible Study, Revelations, League
4-6 P.M. Coffee Break, Pat Pickett's apartment,
FRIDAY:
6:30 P.M. Grad Supper and Discussion "Mod-
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9:30 A.M. Sunday School.
11:00 A.M. Sunday Morning Service.
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5:30 P.M. Fellowship Supper.
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1511 Washtenaw Avenue
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Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
Sunday at 9:15 and at 10:45: Worship Services,
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Public Worship at 10:45 A.M. Sermon by the Rev.
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