THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Swimmers To Open Title Bid Today;
Cage Team Honors Tillotson, Kramer
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is regarded as a stronger field, but
so far this season he has been
swimming the sprint races almost
Michigan State figures to take
both the freestyle relay and the
medley relay. In the latter event,
there isn't another strong team in
he Conference. However in the
freestyle relay, the Spartans might
face some strong opposition from
Ohio State, and possibly either
Indiana or Iowa.
In the diving competition, the
Buckeyes figure to score very heav-
ily in both the one-meter and
three-meter events. There doesn't
appear to be anyone in the Big Ten
who will stop the Buckeye star,
Don Harper, a member of the
American Olympic team, and Ohio
State also figures to take possibly
4 second and third with its two
other star divers, Glen Whitten
and Frank Fraunfelter.
The Wolverine's hopes will rest
on its two leading divers, Dick
Kimball and captain John Narcy.
who surprised everyone by edging
out Whitten in dual-meet compe-
Selected Captain, MVP
Scene from the
by Dick Cram
CAGE PAIR HONORED-Pete Tillotson (left) was elected yester-
day by the Wolverine basketball team to succeed Ron Kramer
(right) as Michigan captain for next season. The squad also
elected Kramer as the most valuable player for the second
straight year, thereby making him Michigan's candidate for the
Chicago Tribune Silver Basketball Award. John Mayne, a junior
in Business Administration, was named as next season's senior
Michigan Irackmen Don
Eastern Michigan, 604
A Nice Old Story
yOU CAN CARRY a cliche just so far. But the Michigan hockey
team's continued use of the proverbial "sensational comeback"
hasn't nearly reached the point of boredom as far as Wolverine fans
Coach Vic Heyliger's latest crew of Frank Merriwells did an
astounding bit of recapitulating the entire history of Michigan hockey
last Tuesday night. In 65 minutes and 35 seconds of playing time at
the Coliseum, they summarized what has been the trademark of the
sport here since Heyliger came to coach in 1945-the sluggish start re-
sulting in a deficit, the overcoming of that deficit, and the eventual
It could get tiresome watching a team win all the time-but not
the way the Wolverines do it. They always seem to give themselves
such a handicap. As in almost every other year since the inception of
the NCAA Tournament in 1948, this year's squad gained its 10th
straight playoff bid by hurdling seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
First there were those three losses in four games in Colorado.
Along with them was the loss of All-American goalie Lorne Howes
through injury and, later, through graduation. While Michigan
dawdled, other teams in the Western Intercollegiate Hockey League
moved ahead-Colorado College, North Dakota, Michigan Tech.
The return from a year's layoff of two stars, defenseman Mike
Buchanan and forward Wally Maxwell, was offset by the scholastic
ineligibility of top-scorer Don McIntosh. Then Buchanan's season
ended prematurely with injury.
STILL, the Wolverines recovered and moved relentlessly toward their
annual goal-like the homing pigeons that can't be deterred from
Ross Childs, Howes' replacement, soon assumed the poise of a
veteran and now leads the WIHL in lowest average of goals allowed
per game. His success has been due, in no small measure, to his four
per game. His success has been due, in no small measure, to his four
nie Hanna, who took Buchanan's place.
Finally, the Sioux from North Dakota came to Ann Arbor at the
beginning of this week for the showdown battle for the remaining
NCAA playoff berth.
Victory number one was easy enough, 7-1. But Tuesday night
North Dakota grabbed a 2-0 lead and held on for dear life. Then the
full fury of the Michigan pucksters' determination was unleashed. No
team had stopped it in nine previous years and North Dakota was not
going to be different. It was the same old "sensational comeback" for
a 3-2 overtime win. But the thrill of the big victory was still fresh and
satisfying for the Wolverine fans.
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Schedule of Big Ten Gym Meet
Friday, March 8
1:30 p.m. Preliminaries at I-M
Free Exercise, Side Horse,
Horizontal Bar, Long Horse,
7:30 p.m. Prelimir aries at I-M
Trampolina, Pa rallel Bars,
Flying Rings, 'l umbling.
Saturday, Mlrcb 9
10:00, a.m. ('ymnastics Clinic
for all gymnasts, ,oaches and
2:00 p.m. Finals in all events
at I-M Building.
Special to The Daily
team ran its dual-meet streak to
20 last night at the expense of
little Eastern Michigan College,
The Wolverines led all the way,
but with two events - the 65-yd.
low hurdles and the mile relay-
remaining, Eastern still had a
chance to tie the meet.
But Roger Severson upset East-
ern's hopes in the low hurdles by
placing second to the Hurons'
great Hayes Jones, who took 16
points, to crush any Eastern
chances of tying the meet.
Besides Jones' one-man show,
which included firsts in both the
high and low hurdles, first in the
broad jump and third in the highi
jump, there were no other really
The unexplained absence cf Big
Ten dash champion Jim Pane and
high jumper Stan Menees cost
the WV&verines several points and
made the meet closer than it
might otherwise have been.
Surprise Michigan performance
of the evening went to Ron Kra-
mer. Kramer was competing for
the first time this season, but still
managed to take second in the
high jump and fourth in the shot
Toronto 3, Montreal 1
320 South State
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DU Tops Phi Deli, 38-3 6
Kansas 64, Kansas State 57
Louisville 86, Detroit 76
Notre Dame 94, Marquette 55
Nebraska 64, Oklahoma 55
Princeton 88, Columbia 82
The Delta Upsilon "A" cage'
squad, sparked by Jim Meyers' 15
points, held off a last minute Phi
Delta Theta scoring effort to eke
out a 38-36 victory in an I-M
Kappa Alpha Psi, led by Don
Coleman's 24 points, trounced Zeta
Beta Tau to the tune of 59-44, to
gain itself a berth in the "A" semi-
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Sigma
Chi both won berths in the "B"
league first place playoffs last
night. SAE licked Beta Theta Pi
by, a 40-26 'margin and Sigma
Chi handed Chi Psi a 68-29 set-
Other action on the I-M "B"
circuit saw Sigma Nu defeat Theta
Delta Chi, 44-30; Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon 37, Delta Chi 13; Tau Delta Phi
34, Theta Xi 18; Phi Delta Theta
25, Delta Tau Delta 15; and Delta
Upsilon 55, Lambda Chi Alpha 15.
In the residence hall "A" games,
Anderson beat Greene, 44-25, and
Hayden downed Reeves, 41-34.
Other scores: Phi Chi forfeited to
Tau Epsilon Rho and Chemistry
defeated Phi Delta Phi, 37-13.
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