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TUESDAY, MARCH 5, I95't

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'M' Drops MSU into

Tie for

Title;

Hopes Soar as Icers Rout Nodaks

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Undefeated

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Scoring Led.
By Kramer
(Continued from Page 1)
ond, and George Lee connected on
a two-pointer after MSU had been
foiled on a basket attempt. Score:
77-70.
Jimmy Shearon, also making his
bow-out as a Wolverine, scored 14,
and the last two came when, with
0:52 on the clock, he stole the ball,
dribbled back down the court and
was fouled.
He sank both shots to sink the
Spartans once and for all.

MICHIGAN'S surprisingly wide 61-44 margin of victory over Ohio
State, perennially the best swimming team in the country, leaves
room for a good deal of speculation. But it still doesn't really answer
any questions about the Big Ten championships that start this
Thursday west and north in Minneapolis.
The obvious reason is that a team's strength in dual meet com-
petition may very well be of less value in a Conference title bid.
Last Saturday, Michigan certainly was a champion. The main
opponents this coming weekend, however, will be multiple with Ohio
State, Michigan State, and Indiana--all victims of the Blue this
season-as the strong contenders.
What clouds the picture is that the breaks went Michigan's way
against the Buckeyes. This was especially true in the diving, in which
OSU gained only five points with a
first. Michigan also gained some
very close races that almost went
the other way.
The whole crop of Michigan
sophomores have been looking
good. In addition to the already
durable duo of Cy Hopkins and
Dick Hanley must come the vastly
improving work-of sprinter Dick
Mehl, who added valuable points
with a photo-finish first in the
I 50-yd. free style and a close second
place in the 100. Breaststroker
Fred Mowrey and junior back-
k stroker Don Adamski, among
others, helped bring badly needed
FRITZ MYERS points.
... valuable asset OSU does not seem to have quite
the same depth this year, although
Olympians Don Harper and Al Wiggins, two of the best in the sport,
were in top form. Harper placed well ahead in diving of Michigan's
Dick Kimball and Captain John Narcy with a fine total of 279 points.
Wiggins was another picture of skill, especially in the 200-yd.
individual medley with the fantastic time of, 2:07.6, just 1/10th of a
second off his world mark. Hopkins, who along with reliable point-
getter Fritz Myers was feeling a little under the weather, still was
able to do his best time in the event with 2:11.0. He added two firsts
in the afternoon's activity as did Hanley.
* * * *
Practice Pays Off .. .
THE MONTHS and months of long practices have paid off already
with a big victory that leaves Coaches Gus Stager and Bruce Har-
lan's drew in the ranks of the undefeated. The Buckeyes finally met
defeat, again from the Wolverines, after 17 straight dual meet wins.
(Shades of a certain 19-0 football victory this fall at Columbus.)
The big story now lies ahead. Even though the sport of swimming
is an individual one in its nature, there still is a strong element of
spirit involved. The team that wins the Conference championship will
have to be "up." And you can surely speculate or bet that Michigan
will be up there this Year among the best.
BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
} Indiana Shares Cage Hon~ors

DICK DUNNIGAN
... nets two goals

Second Line
Contributes
Five Goals
(Continued from Page 1)
'fense and made it 2-1. This was
the score at the end of the first
period.
The Wolverines opened up the
game wide in the second frame
when Ed Switzer and Dick Dunni-
gan registered Michigan's third
and fourth goals, respectively.
By the end of 12 minutes of
play in the third period, Michi-
gan had scored its last three goals,
Dunnigan and McDonald scoring
the-ir second each and Wally Max-
well his first.
Once again, tonight at 8 p.m.,
the Wolverines take on the Sioux
in what can be labeled as the
"climactic game of 1957."
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BASKETBALL
MICH. STATE G F P T
Ferguson f 4 3-5 3 11
Hedden f 10 0-2 1 20
Green c 7 0-1 4 14
Bencie c 1 0-0 2 2
Wilson g 1 2-2 1 4
Scott g 0 0-0 1 0
Quiggle g 6 3-4 4 15
Anderegg g 1 4-5 2 - 6
Totals 30 12-19 18 72
MICHIGAN G F P T
Burton f 3 1-1 2 7
Tillotson f-c 5 3-4 4 13
Tarrier f 3 1-1 1 7
Kramer c 7 7-9 3 21
Fegan c 0'0-0 0 0
Lee g 7 3-4 3 17
Shearon g 5 4-4 2 14
Raisor g 1 0-0 0 2
Totals 3119-2315 81
Michigan State 34 38-72
Michigan 52 29-81

HOCKEY
FIRST PERIOD: Scoring - 1 - M,
McDonald (Dunnigan-Switzer), 3:01;
2 - M, Schiller (T. Rendall) 8:18; 1-
N. D. Ridley (Castellano) 12:27.
Penalties: M. Hanna (interference)
5:12; Reichart (hooking) 8:14; M. J.
Rendall (tripping) 11:12; M. Schiller
(charging) 19:37.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring -- 3 -
M, Switzer (McDonald-Dunnigan) 2:38;
4 - M. Dunnigan (Switzer-McDonald)
Penalties: N. D., Steenson (hooking)
1:03; J. Rendall (high sticking) 5:03;
Culbertson (high sticking) 5:03; Max-
well (cross checking) 6:42; M, Hayton
(interference) 8:55; N.D. Steenson,
(board checking) 11:11; M. J. Rendall
(tripping) 14:26;
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring - 5 - M.
Dunnigan (McDonald-Switzer) 2:45; 6
-M. Maxwell (unassisted) 4:39; 7-M
McDonald (Switzer-Dunnigan) 12:39.

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indi-
ana University grabbed a share
of the Big Ten basketball cham-
pionship last night and avenged
its most humiliating defeat by
plastering Illinois, 84-76.
OSU Loses, 76-69
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota
deprived Ohio State of a share in
the Big Ten basketball title last
night with a whirlwind scoring
burst in the final minutes that
sealed a 76-69 victory.
Purdue Bests Iowa, 72-63
s LAFAYE'ITIE, Ind. - Purdue
avenged an earlier loss whipping
Iowa, 72-63, last night in a ragged

and rugged basketball season clo-
ser for the Big Ten rivals.
Wiscon, in Moves Up
MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin
wormed its way out of the Big
Ten basketball cellar last night
for the first time this seasor by
defeating Northwestern, 82 -69.
Big Ten Standings

GENERAL
MOTORS

Mich. State
Indiana
Minnesota
Ohio State
MICHIGAN
Purdue
Illinois
Iowa
Wisconsin
Northwestern

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