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SATURDAY, DRUARY 16, 1957

THE MCHIGAN DAILY"

PAGE TITREN

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1957 THE MICHIGAX DAILY PAI~ TTTR'VU

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Icers Stop Gophers; Cindermen

Halt Penn State

Maxwell's
'Hat Trick'

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'M' Takes Seven Firsts
On Way to 65-49 Victory

Leads Attack
(Continued from Page 1)
Maxwell increased the margin
to three goals at the 16 second
markt of the second period -as he
took a pass from Tom Rendall
and stickhandled past defenseman
Tom Riley to come in on McCar-
tan all alone. He beat him cleanly.
Maxwell got the only other goal'
of the period when he defelected a
shot from the blue line by Bernie
Hanna at 17:16.
John Rendall made his first goal
in college hockey a dandy at the
outset of the third period. Taking!
a pass from Jerry Karpinka At
center ice, he skated in along the
left boards, swerved to the center,
split the defense and backhanded
a close-in shot into the net.
Tom Rendall, McDonald and
Maxwell wound up the scoring, as
the visitors were completely out-
distanced.
Cites Scoring Balance
Commenting on hifi team's per-
formance following the game, Hey-
liger expressed pleasure with the
scoring balance of his three for-
ward lines. Each broke into the
scoring column, Tom Rendall's
line four times, McDonald's three
and Karpinka's once.
He drew an analogy with last
weekend's series in Minneapolis,
commenting that the play was
quite similar in all but one phase.
A New Team
FIRST PERIOD: Scoring: 1-Michi-
gan-McDonald (Dunnigan, Hayton)
15:40; 1 - Minnesota - Bartholome
(Williamson) 16:22; 2 --Michigan -
Dunnigan (Switzer, McDonald) 19:44.
Penalties: Michigan - Schiller
(interference) 5:04; Minnesota -
Burg (tripping)6:57; .Michigan-Hay-
ton (interference) 11:34,
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: 3 -
Michigan -- Maxwell (T. Rendall,
h,~ Starr) 0:16; 4 --Michigan - Maxwell
(Han na) 17:16.
Penalties: Michigan - Maxwell
(tripping) 5:00; J. Rendall (rough-
ing) 14:55; Minnesota - Bartholome
(charging) 14:55; Williamson (board-
ing) 15:13.
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring: 5 --
Michigan - J. Rendall (Karpinka,
Hutton) 1:11; 6 - Michigan - T.
Rendall (Schiller, Maxwell) 4:16; 7-
Michigan -- McDonald (Dunnigan,
Switzer) 12:16; 8 - Michigan - Max-
well (T. Rendall) 19:58.
Penalties: Michigan-Hanna (cross
checking) 5:59; Hutton (slashing)
16:17.

By BOB BOLTON
With a generally unspectacular
but extremely efficient show of
strength the Michigan track team
overran tired Penn State in the
season's opening dual meet last
night at Yost Field House, 65-49.
The Wolverines pleased a sparse
crowd of about 300 by taking seven
of the 12 first places offered and
displaying all-around power in
every event but the high hurdles
where they only managed a third.
In spite of the fact that his
squad missed almost a whole
night's sleep because of snow
storms which kept planes ground-
ed in the East, Nittany Lion Coach
Chick Werner thought t4is men
performed better than expected.
Steals Show
IC4A high hurdle champ Rod
Perry almost completely stole the
show with an exhibition of ver-
satility the like of which has not
been seen at Yost Field House for
several years.
Perry accounted for 1 of the
loser's 49 points as he swept the
hurdles to become the meet's only,
double winner with times of :8.1'
for the highs and :7.6 for the lows

STARTING A RUSH - John Rendall, speedy Michigan forward, moves in to pick up a loose puck
in the Michigan zone and begin a rush up the ice last night at the Coliseum. The puck is shown
just- inside the right leg of Minnesota's Murray W illiamson (18), who couldn't get his stick on it.
Mike Pearson (10) comes up too late to help him out.

and also grabbed off second in the
high jump with a leap of 6'2".
After Perry in the race for top
honors, came three Wolverines.
Helmar Dollwet, who finished at
the head of the class, Brendan O'-
Reilly and captain Dave Owen.
Dollwet took first place in the
mile with a time of 4:19 and a
second place in the two mile while
O'Reilly captured first in the high
jump and Owen took top honors
in shot put.
Precision Race
In the mile Dollwet ran his usual
percision race, churning into the
lead on the fourth lap and widen-
ing the gap to leave 15 yds. of
space between him and second
place Don Woodrow of Penn State
at the finish line. Gert Kielstrup
of Michigan would up third.
The two mile run proved to be
the day's most exciting race as
Dollwet and Fred Kerr of Penn
State staged a fantastic neck and
neck dual for the last five laps of
the gruelling contest,
Going into the last quarter mile
Kerr held about a one yard lead
which Dollwet chewed away at by
inches. Coming into 'the final turn
there was seemingly no space at
all between the two but Kerr man-
aged to force his body across the
wire first.
The time for the event was a
mediocre 9:38.3 but the last quar-
ter was turned in a blistering :64.
In the high jump O'Reilly al-
most broke his own Field House
record as he took first place with
a 6'5%" effort and then had two
near misses at 6'9".
Almost Fell
Another record almost fell in
the shot put as Owen came close
to the mark he set last week with
a heave of 58' 558" From the only
luke warm response of the crowdit
is obvioustthat the fans arehbe-
ginning to expect such throws
orom Owen every time he enters
the circle.
A clean sweep for Michigan of
the field events was prevented by
a first place tie in the pole vault
between Mamon Gibson and Og-
ier Norris of Penn State at the
13' 4" level. Lou Williams handled
broad jump competition with a
22' 8" leap.

Gymnasts Edged
'By Single Point

HELMAR DOLLWET ,LOU WILLIAMS
...head of the class ...handles competition

Show of
POLE VAULT - 1. (tie),
Gibson (M) and Norris (P.S.),
3. Fuehrer (P.S.) Height --
13'4".
SHOT PUT - 1. Owen (M),
2. Boyden (M), 3. Ctownley
(M) Distance-58' 5%" 2.
HIGH JUMP - 1. O'Reilly
(M), 2. Perry (P.S.) 3. Menees
(M). Height - 6'5%'$.
BROAD JUMP-1. Williams
(M), 2. Winston (P.S.), 3.
Stathopoulos (M). Distance -
22'8".
ONE MILE RUN - 1. Doll-
wet (M), 2. Woodrow (P.S.),
3. Keilstrup (M). Time: 4:19.04.
440-YARD DASH - 1. Nor-
ton (P.S.), 2. Sloan (M), 3.
Gilbert (M). Time-:50,8.
300-YARD RUN - (Exhibi-

Strength
tion, Michigan only) 1. Flodin,
2. Gluppe, 3. Book. Time-:31.9.
65-YARD HIGH HURDLES
-1. Perry (P.S.), 2. Winston
(P.S.), 3. Carlsson (M). Time
-:8.1.
60-YARD DASH - 1. Pace
(M), 2. Magnuson (M), 3.
Winston (P.S.). Time-:6.4. .
880-YARD RUN - 1. Moran
(P.S.), 2. Varian (M), Lewis
(P.S.). Time-1:56.5.
65-YARD LOW HURDLES-
1. Perry (P.S.), 2. Severson
(M), 3. Carlsson (M). Time -
:7.6.
TWO MILE RUN - 1. Kerr
(P.S.), 2. Dollwet (M), 3. Di-
Carlo (M). Time - 9:38.3.
ONE MILE RELAY-MICH-
IGAN (Robinson, Flodin, V;4r-
ian, Sloan). Time-3:24.6.

BEST ON BARS - Ed Gagnier's victories on the parallel bars
and, high bar were not enough to overcome the performance of
Iowa's Sam Bailie.

By RUDE DIFAZIO
Sam Bailie virtually carried his
Iowa gym team to a narrow 56%-
55%Vz victory over Michigan last
night.
Bailie, captain of the Hawkeyes,
not only supplied the bulk of the
j Iowa scoring punch with his five
first place finishes, but also in-
spired his teammates to outstand-
ing performances.
He was tremendous in scoring
33 of his team's 5612 points, tak-
ing two second places and a fifth
to finish in the money in all sev-
en events.
Wolverines Hurt
The Wolverines were not only
hurt by Bailie's performance but
suffered again from the injury
jinx. Co-captain Nick Wiese re-
injured his ankle three minutes
before the meet was to start as
he landed after warming- fp on
the flying rings.
The injury forced Wiese from
competing in the tumbling event
and hindered his efficiency in the
free exercise where he took only
a fifth place.
The Hawkeyes started strongly
in the free exercise with a first
by Bailie and a third by Bill King
which was good for a 9-7 lead.
On the thrampoline they went out
in front 19112-122.
Gap Narrowed
The Wolverines narrowed the
gap on the high bar to one point,
3212-3112, and then went out in
front by one point 40112-392 after
the next event, the parallel bars.

Ed Gagnier led the way in these
two events with sensational vic-
tories.
At this point Bailie rose to the
occasion to score 280 out of a
perfect score of 300 on the flying
rings and take the event by eight
points from Weise.
Little Mike Stalte. the last man
to compete in the closing tumbl-
Ing event, took a fourth to go
with Bailie's vicotry to assure
Iowa a split of the 16 possible
points for the event and' victory.
Dick Kimball substituting for
Wiese in this event turned in a
great performance to take third
but it wasn't enough.
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NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE
BRIDGE TOURNAMENT
All-Campus Fraternity, Sorority,
Residence Hall Competition
Prizes for Winning Individuals and Their Houses
Wednesday, Feb. 20, 7:30 P.M.
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Sport Shorts

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SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (JP)-Hen-
ry Williams Jr., club pro from
Reading, Pa., who plays only in
the winter golf tour, moved quiet-i
ly into the lead at the 36-hole
mark in the $20,000 Texas Open
yesterday.
As Joe Black, the lanky Texan
who was the front-runner in the
first round Thursday, skidded
with a 74, Williams posted his
second straight 4-under-par 67
and his 134 left him with a stroke
lead over a trimmed down field.
Scoring Record
CHICAGO (P) - Kentucky's
third-ranked Wildcats set a Chi-
cago collegiate basketball scoring
record Friday night by routing
Loyola of Chicago 115-65 with
deadly sharpshooting led by soph-
omore Johnny Cox' 32 points.
Bradley, fifth rated nationally,
edged Loyola of New Orleans, 73-
72, in the doubleheader opener.
Golden Gloves
GRAND RAPIDS (P) - Five
knockouts, all but one of them
coming in the first round, high-
lighted the opening activity in the
26th annual All-Michigan Golden
Gloves Boxing Tournament last
night at Grand Rapids.
Twelve of the 'first 17 three-
round bouts went the distance.
Tom Long of Jackson, Bennie
Curtis of, Kalamazoo, Lawrence
Stubbs of Bay City and Bill Vere-
ecken of Grand Rapids disposed
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of their opponents before one
round was completed. Mario Saenz
of Bay City got a second round
knockout over Jim Harris of Jack-
son.
More than 90 youngsters were in
the competition for 16 champion-
ships, eight in the open classifica-
tion and eight in the novice divi-
sion.

Close
Free Exercise: 1. Bailie, I. (269);
2. Gagnier, M. (261); 3. King, I.
(238).
Trampoline: 1. Tim, I. (263); 2.
Kimball, M. (258) and Justice, 1.
(258.
Side Horse: 1. Bailie, 1. (284);
2. Gagnier, M. (252), 3. Warren, M.
(234).
High Bar: 1. Gagnier, M. (271), 2.
Bailie, 1. (265), 3. Hayslett, M. (255).
Parallel Bars: 1. Gagnier, M. (267),
2. Bailie, I. (264), 3. Warren, M.
(246).
Flying Rings: 1. Bailie, I. (280),
2. Wiese M. (272), 3. Beebe, I. (265).
Tumbling: 1. Bailie, I. (260), 2.
Gagnier, M. (251), 3. Kimball, M.
(249).

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