THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1957
This Week int Sports
Monday, February 11
Tuesday, February 12
Hockey-Detroit Red Wings-Coliseum
Friday, February 15
Track-Penn State-Yost Field House
Saturday, February 16
Basketball-Illinois-Yost Field House
Wrestling-MSU--Yost Field House
Inspired 'M' Grapplers
Topple Unbeaten Iowa
Gym Squad Scores Easy
Triumph over Hoosiers
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY-Iowa's previous-
ly unbeaten wrestling team fell to
inspired Michigan, 14-12, here
For the second straight year,
Cliff Keen's charges have dropped
the highly-rated Tawkeyes from
the unbeaten ranks, and in the
process have again set themselves
up as serious Big Ten title con-
Look Like Champs
Sparked by the return of Cap-
tain Mike Rodriguez, Max Pear-
son and Steve Zervas, the Wolver-
ines without a doubt looked like
the defending champions that
When the final buzzer ended the
last match and the husky Zervas
had given Michigan victory with
his outstanding 5-2 win over un-
beaten Gary Kurdlemeier, Iowa
Coach Dave McCuskey must have
felt in much the same manner as
footballmcoach Forest Evashevski
when his Rose Bowl eleven suf-
fered defeat in the dying minutes
against another Wolverine team.
Finally, in the last stanza, Zer-
vas rode his man through almost
the entire period until the last
minute when Kurdlemeier escaped
and ended the scoring.
Other Michigan winners were
Dan Deppe by forfeit over Gene
Luttrell in the 130-lb division, Big
Ten Champ Mike Rodriguez, who
looked very good in trouncing
Tom Halford, 12-3, and defending
Big Ten 167-lb titlist Jack Mar-
chello, who annexed a 3-0 deci-
sion from Gary Meyer.
Getting a takedown in the first 17
period, Zervas quickly took the H
offensive, only to have the elus-
point. In the second period, Zer-
vas, executing a well done revers-
al, gathered in two more points.
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3 lbs.-Moser (I) defeated
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Luttrell (I), Forfeit.
7 lbs.-Rieks (I) defeated
Pearson (M), 6-2.
7 lbs.-Roberts (I) defeated
Hamady (M), 8-0.
7 lbs.-Rodriguez (M) de-
7 lbs.-Marchello (M) de-
feated Meyer (I), 3-0.
7 lbs.-Craig (I) defeated
Lutomski (M), 3-0.
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ON THE WING-Michigan's Harrison Wehner is shown soaring to
the water to swim the third lap of the 400-yd. freestyle relay, last
event of yesterday's conquest of Iowa State at the Varsity Pool.
"Touching up" to complete his chore is the number two man,
Two Pool Records Snapped
As Tankmen Top Iowa State
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In a one-sided meet, the Mich-
igan swimming team floated to a
77-28 victory over Iowa State yes-
terday afternoon at the new Var-
Highlighting the afternoon was
the setting of two new pool rec-
ords, one for the 440-yd. freestyle
and another in the 200-yd. breast-
Hanley Sets Mark
Olympic team member Dick
Hanley, making his first appear-
ance this year for the Wolverines,
swam the 440 in the record time
of 4:41.2. In his performance, Han-
ley lapped everyone at least once.
Michigan's Cy Hopkins, impres-
sive all afternoon, was never chal-
lenged as he led all the way to-
ward his new record of 2:20.9 in
the 200-yd. backstroke. Iowa State
Co-captain, Ron Mlnarik, finish-
ed secon. behind Hopkins.
Despite the comparatively weak
opposition, Michigan did give an
outstanding performance, captur-
ing firsts in all but one event.
That event was the 50-yd. free-
style, and it points out the weak-
ness on the Michigan team-the
short distance freestyle. With Carl
By Spar tans
In TV Game
EAST LANSING (A)-Michigan
State, a come-back team in the
Western Conference basketball
race this season, dominated the
backboard from center to beat
Illinois, 70-64, in a televised game
The game, enjoyed by a noisy
crowd of 7,394 home rooters, was
the fourth straight Big Ten vic-
tory for Michigan State after a
sagging start of three losses. Illi-
nois now also has a 4-3 Big Ten
Illinois was playing fTr the first
time without George BonSalle, the
6'8" center who was averaging 20
points a game before he was de-
clared ineligible for scholastic
John Green, Michigan State's
jumping jack 6'6" sophomore cen-
ter, helped MSU grab more than
its share of the rebounds and also
scored 14 points. Ted Caiazza,
jumping at center for Illinois, was
kept to six points.
Woolley and Davis Tuggle both
ineligible. Coach Gus Stager must
find a replacement.
Perhaps the closest event of the
afternoon was the 400-yd. medley
relay. Representing Michigan were
Ted Reissing, Joe Haselby, Fred
Mowery and Hopkins. They won
by a small margin in 4:07.5.
Narcy Captures Diving
Diving competition was extreme-
ly keen. With one dive required
and five others chosen by each
individual diver, Wolverine cap-
tain John Narcy captured 197.5
)oints, compared to State's Dale
Wassmuth, who scored 190.90
Another Michigan diver, Dick
Kimball, competed in exhibition
and actually tallied more points
than either Narcy or Wassmuth.
But since he was competing in ex-
hibition, his points did not count
toward the total score.
Myers in Two Firsts
Senior Fritz Myers won two first
places for Michigan in addition to
swimming anchor on the victorious
400-yd. relay team. His firsts came
in the 100-yd. freestyle and the
200-yd. individual medley.
Yesterday's meet had no bear-
ing on the Big Ten race, but it
did serve to prepare the Wolver-
ines for upcoming meets, particu-
larly the one to be held Saturday
afternoon with the University of
Iowa at the Varsity Pool.
400-yd. medley relay: 1-MICHI-
GAN (Reissing, Hopkins, Haselby,
220-yd. freestyle: 1-Weher (M);
2-Fitzhugh (M); 3-Carter (IS);
50-yd. freestyle: 1-Shearer (IS);
2-Bridgeman (IS); 3-Lewis (M);
'200-yd. individual medley: 1-My-
ers (M); 2-Fries (M); 3-Gleason
Diving: 1-Narcy (M); 2-Wass-
muth (IS); 3-Murphy (M); 4-De
Young (IS) ; 197.5.
200-yd. butterfly: 1-Mowery (M);
2-Roach (M); 3-Carter (IS);
100-yd. freestyle: 1-Myers (M);
2-Wehner (M); Carr (Iq); 0:53.9.
200-yd. backstroke: 1;- Adamski
(MW); 2-McGinley (MW); 3-Ewert
440-yd. freestyle: 1-Hanley (M);
2-Fitzhugh (M); 3-Jennings (IS);
4:41.2 (new Varsity Pool record).
200-yd. breaststroke: 1-Hopkins
(MW); 2-Mlnarik (IS); Matin (1W);
2:20.9 (new Varsity Pool record).
400-yd, freestyle relay: 1-MICHI-
GAN (Fries, Lewis, Wehner, Myers);
By AL JONES
Another winning string is un-
derway in the Michigan gymnas-
tic camp, and if yesterday's 75-35
smothering of Indiana is any sign,
this streak mayrbe even longer
than the one broken Friday by
The Wolverines showed no mercy
yesterday afternoon at the Sports
Building as they allowed Indiana
a second in the first event, and
then proceeded to sweep the next
At that point the score was 63.-
17 in Michigan's favor, and Wol-
verme coach Newt Loken pulled
three men in the remaining events.
The central figure in the victory
was the Wolverines' great athlete,
Ed Gagnier. Entered in all but the
tranr poline, Gagnier emerged from
the meet with five first places
plus one fourth.
Other standouts for Michigan
were numerous. Co-captains Nick
Wiese and Wayne Warren each
turned in fine performances. Wiese
placed second in the flying rings,
and added thirds in the free exer-
cises and high bar.
Warren, recovered fromn his back
injury, captured thirds in the side
horse and parallel bars. Bob Arm-
strong turned in a terrific job on
the side horse, placing second only
Hayslett Proves Value
Sophomore' Jim Hayslett was
also a valuable man in the Michi-
gan victory, as he took seconds
in the high bar and parallel bars,
plus a third in the free exercise.
He accomplished these feats while
FREE EXERCISE: 1. Gagnier
(M); 2. David (I); 3. Wiese and
Hayslett (M) tie; 5. Chottikhun
TRAMPOLINE: 1: Cole (M); 2.
Newman (M); 3. Kimball (M); 4.
Wright (I); 5. David (I).
SIDE HORSE: 1. Gagnier (M);
2. Armnstrong (MW); 3. Warren (1W);
4. Chottikhun (I); 5. Walden (I).
HIGH BAR: 1. Gagnier (M); 2.
Hayslett (M); 3. Wiese (M); 4. Da-
vid (I); 5. Fisher (I).
PARALLEL BARS: 1. Gagnier (1W);
2. Hayslett (M);3. Warren (M); 4.
Zody (I); 5. Walden (I).
FLYING RINGS: 1. Gagnier (M);
2. Wiese (M); 3. Walden (I); 4.
Zody (I); 5. none.
TUMBLING:W.gWalden (I); 2.
David (I); 3. Wright (1); 4. Gagn-
ter (MW); 56 none.
... a second, two thirds
very fine tumbler, placed second
in the free exercise and tumbling
events, and took fifth in the tram-
Wright, the Hoosiers best all-.
around gymnast, captured a third
in the tumbling, plus fourths in
the trampoline and parallel bars
Loken was extremely pleased
with the Wolverines' showing,
which he praised as "the best they
have done all year. I only wish that
Friday's performances could have
been this good."
Cites Pressure Involved
He stated that perhaps the pies-
sure caused by the precision of
Illinois' gymnasts, and the fact
that they are Big Ten and NCAA
champions, worked to lower the
caliber of Michigans' perform-
Nevertheless, the Wolverines are
back in their winning ways, and
will be aimed towards their next
meeting with the Illini, in the Big
Ten Championships here on ,March
8 and 9.
suffering from a very painful in-
As usual, the trampoline trio of
Ed Cole, Frank Newman and Dick
Kimball swept their event, all
turning in some of the best work
seen this season.
Indiana's points were gathered
mainly by the efforts of Capt. Ron
David and Jerry Wright. David, a
MEMO TO ALL STUDENTS:
By The Associated Press
HOUGHTON -Michigan Tech
strengthened its hold on second
place in the Western Intercolleg-
iate Hockey League with a 6-2
victory over Michigan State.
Tech led from the start with
Ron Stenlund opening the scor-
ing. Five of his teammates follow-
ed with three goals in the second
period and two more in the third.
Bob McManus, Tech goalie,
stopped 27 MSU shots, 14.of them
in the final period. Joe Selinger
made 30 saves for Michigan State,
and Was busiest warding off 15
shots in the second frame when
three others got by him.
Michigan Tech now has 9
points in League competition, still
trailing Colorado College, which
had 11 going into last night's con-
test with North Dakota.
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Heiss, Jepkins Lead Skaters
ROCHESTER, N. Y.-W o rld
Champion Carol Heiss of Ozone
Park, N.Y. turned the women's
division into a runaway but the
men's favorite, Dave Jenkins of
Colorado Springs, Colo., ran into
strong opposition yesterday in the
opening phase of the North Amer-
ican Figure Skating Champion-
The 17-yr.-old .fiss Heiss, a
rhapsody of grace with a red rib-
bon in her hair, was a unanimous
choice of five judges after a spec-
tacular performance in the com-
She ran up a total of 588.5
points to take an insurmountable
lead over the two-time Canadian
champion, Carol Jane Pachl of
Toronto, who was second with
Jenkins, with his retired World
Champion brother, Hayes Alan,
in the gallery, took a slim lead
over Charles Snelling of Toronto,
three-time Canadian Champion.
Jenkins had 552.8 points compared
with 547.9 for the Canadian, but
had only a single point advantage
in the important ordinal stand-
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