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St NDAY, MARCH 10, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY DAf~U? ~'VWSJ A £3~AZ4 ~Li V EW~

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Swimming Reign in Final Race

Icers Down Tech in Season Finale, 7-4;
Dunnigan Cited as Team's'Most Valuable'

PLAY YALE IN NCAA:
Tarheels Claim Crown

By JIM BAAD

Memorial Trophy for this year's opened the scoringat 3:24 of the

Led by some exceptionally fine"
play by its second line, Michigan's most valuable player.
hockey team rolled over Michigan Also by the end of the game,
Tech, 7-4, in the home finale at although no official announcement
the Coliseum last night. was made, goalie Ross Childs had

DICK HANLEY DICK KIMBALL
... record-breaker ... second in diving

Hopkins, Hanley Victorious;
Kimball Second in Diving
(Continued from Page 1)

Which was almost - but not
quite-the case. Some pleasant
surprises kept the Wolverines in it
Almost . *
100-yd. Butterfly: 1. Al Wiggins
(OSU); 2. Tanabe (Ind.); 3. Dobler
(MSU); 4. Harmon (MSU); 5. Hon-
da (Ind.); 6. Mowery (M). :54.3.
(Breaks World's short course record
of 54.4 set by Wiggins in 1955)' .
100-yd. Freestyle: 1. Dick Hanley
(M); 2. Morris (Iowa); 3. Patterson
(MSU); 4. Parrish (MSU); 5. Kar-
pinchik (Ill.); 6. Ellis (MSU). :49.8.
200-yd. Breast Stroke: 1. Cy Hop-
kins (M); 2. Yap (Ind.); 3. Reinke
(MSU); 4. Hunt (Ill.); 5. Hunsaker
(Ill.); 6. Steinke (Wis.). 2:20.5.
(Breaks conference record of 2:23.5
set in preliminaries by Reinke).
100-yd. Back Stroke: 1. Al Wiggins
(OSU); 2. Pemberton (N); 3. Adam-
ski (M); 4. Nichols (MSU); 5. Ivers-
man (Purdue); 6. Steinmetz (Pur-
due). :57.t.
440-yd. Freestyle: 1. Bill Woolsey
(Ind.); 2. Hlanley (M); 3. McNamnee
(OSU); 4. Kennedy (Ind.); and
Schutt (NU) (tie); 6. Clemens
(MSU). 4:30.9.
400-yd. Medley Relay: 1. MSU (Ni-
chols, Reinke, Harmon, Parrish); 2.
Ind.; 3. Mich.; 4. Wis.; 5. Ill.; 6.
Purdue.
3-Meter Diving: 1, Harper. (OSU);
2. Kimball (M); 3. Whitten (OSU);
4. O'Brien (OSU); 5. Fraunfelter
(OSU); 6. Mills (Iowa). 538.35.
TEAM SCORES: 1. MSU (87); 2.
Michigan (79); 3. OSU (71); 4. In-
diana (56%); 5. Illinois (27); 6.
Wisconsin (23); 7. Northwestern
(21Y); S. Iowa (20); 9. Purdue (10);
10. Minnesota (0).

right to the end.
The first was Indiana's Barry
Yap who nosed out MSU's Paul
Reinke in the breastroke for sec-
ond place. The second was Adam-
ski's nosing out of State's Don
Nichols in the backstroke for
third place.
Kimball Surprises
The third-and it came in high
diving, next to last event--was
the job turned in by Dick Kimball
of the Maize and Blue.
Trailing the already-crowned
low board champ, Ohio State's
Glen Whitten, for second place go-
ing into the last four dives, Kim-
ball stole the show.
His second dive brought a score
of 68.9, high for the night for any
single dive, and he brought gasps
of admiration from the audience
as he passed Whitten to take sec-
ond.
This left Michigan just two
points behind State, and anything
could have happened.
Medley Clinches It
But it didn't. As expected, the
Spartans sailed home first in the
climactic relay, with Indiana, an-
chored by Bill Woolsey, second and
Michigan, a commendable third.
Woolsey easily defeated H~anley
In the 440, as Hanley had already
won the 100 while the brilliant
Hoosier was well rested.
NHL SCORES
Boston 4, Detroit 2
Montreal 6, Chicago 4
New York 2, Toronto 1

The victory leaves the Wolver-
ines with an overall season record
of 17-4-2, a solid posiiton in sec-
ond place in the WIHL with 13
wins, four losses and a tie, and a
nine game winning streak. Along
with the team victory, two players
received individual honors last
night.
Between the second and third
periods, Dr. Edward Kahn, the
oldest former Michigan hockey
Mopping Up
FIRST PERIOD
.Goals: Tech - 1 - Dockeray (J.
McManus, Kennedy) 3:24; Michigan
-1-McDonald (Switzer, Dunnigan)
11:29.
Penalties: Tech - Wilson (hold-
ing) 3:59; Michigan - Hanna (hold-
ing) 4:30; Tech - Comi (hooking)
16:43.
SECOND PERIOD
Goals - Michigan - 2 - Switzer
(McDonald, Dunnigan) 1:13; 3 -
Maxwell (Starr, T. Rendall) 1:32; 4-
Dunnigan (Switzer, McDonald) 9:25.
Penalties: Michigan - J. Rendall
(illegal check) 3:24; Schiller (el-
bowing) 6:48; Tech - Wylie (hold-
ing) 12:02; Michigan - Hayton
(slashing) 13:04; Dunnigan (hold-
ing) 15:35; Maxwell (charging) 18:21.
THIRD PERIOD
Goals - Michigan - 5 - Switzer
(Dunnigan, McDonald) 2:49; 6 -
Hayton (Switzer) 3:40; Tech - 2 -
Holden (Wylie, R. Stenlund) 11:10;
3 - Aubry (Tattersall, Buchman)
17:11; 4 - Dockeray (J. McManus,
Kennedy) 18:53; Michigan - 7 -
Karpinka (J. Rendall, Hutton) 19:42.
..Penalties: Tech - Holden (slash-
ing) 1:16; Wilson (unnecessary
roughness) 5:07; Michigan-J. Ren-
dali (unnecessary roughness) 5:07;{'
T. Rendall (roughing and cross
check) 12:27; Tech -- Dockeray
(roughing) 12:27.
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easily qualified for the league tro-
phy for the best goals-against
average.
* rIt was the "little line" that
made the offensive difference in a
tremendously well-played hockey
game that contained a little bit
of everything in the line of excite-
ment.
After Tech's Jack Dockeray had
captain present, presented Dick
Dunnigan with the Hal Downs

first period, this line went to work.
Neil McDonald flipped in a re-
bound shot, assisted by his wing
mates Ed Switzer and Dunnigan.
The combination hit twice in the
second period, this time Switzer
and then Dunnigan smashing home
the puck for Michigan's second
and fourth goal.
Sandwiched in between was a
deflection shot by Wally Maxwell
just 19 seconds after Switzer had
scored. This quick flurry more or
less broke Tech's back, and al-
though they scored three more
times, the were actually never in
the game again.

By The Associated Press
RALEIGH, N. C. - Unbeaten
North Carolina, the nation's No. 1
college basketball team, chilled
South Carolina's upset fever 95-75
last night to win the Atlantic Coast
Conference Championship Tourna-
ment.
* * *
West Virginia Wins
RICHMOND, Va. - West Vir-
ginia's bustling Mountaineers got
their fast break working under the
leadership of All-America Rod
Hundley midway the second half
last night and wore down Wash-
ington and Lee, 67-52, in the
championship finals of the South-
ern Conference Basketball Tour-
nament.

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Iowa Falls
IOWA CITY, Iowa - Wiscon-
sin outlasted Iowa in the final sec-
onds to win over the slightly fav-
ored Hawkeyes 60-59 in the final
Big Ten basketball game of the
season.
Final Big Ten Basketball Standings
W L Pct.
Michigan State .......10 4 .714
Indiana...............10 4 .714
Ohio State ............. R 5 .643
Minnesota.............9 5 .643
Michigan ........... 8 6 .571
Purdue................ 8 6 .571
Illinois ..... .....o. 7 7 .500
Iowa........."...«...4 10 .286
Wisconsin ............. 3 11 .214
Northwestern .........2 12 .143

DICK DUNNIGAN
... 'most valuable'

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