SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1957
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Cagers, Swimmers, Matmen
By JIM BAAD
Michigan's basketball team will
be making attempts at a come-
back tonight when they play host
to Illinois at Yost Fieldhouse at
After their disheartening "lost
weekend," the Wolverines need a
victory badly if they want to stay
in contention in the muddled
but narrowing Conference race.
Illinois is presently tied for third
with a 5-3 record, Michigan is tied
for sixth with 4-4.
The advantage Michigan may
have had playing Illinois minus
been erased with an ankle injury
ineligible George BonSalle has
to guard Jack Lewis.
The Wolverine playiaker suf-
*fered a bad sprain dr.ving in for
a lay-up in practice Wednesday
and Perigo doubts very mucL that
he will be able to use him tonight.
Lewis' replacement will be either
Jim Shearon or Billy Wright.
BonSalle Was once thought to
be the Illnii's main scoring punch
but without him they still con-
tinue to reach triple figures in
the allotted forty minutes.-
"They play a wide open running
game," said coach Bill Perigo.
"There'll be a lot of scoring by
both sides and defense will be a
Perigo is planning to play Il-
linois as tightly as possible on
defense, in much the same man-
ner that Michigan played Minne-
sota for the greater part of that
Need Reserve Strength
Perigo figures he has to play
it this way, and is depending on
his reserves to bolster the first
team, as it is very hard for five,
men to play this type of defense
for a complete contest.
A spot where Michigan will def-
initely have to improve if Illinois,
is to be overcome is in field goal]
percentage. The Wolverines could
do no better than .300 last week-
end and this is not good enough
to get by the high scoringfllini.
Monday Michigan will meet
Purdue at Lafayette. The Wolver-
ines won a decisive victory over1
the Boilermakers at their lasti
Natators Take on Iowa;
Hanley, Morris To Duel
Grapplers Face Tough
Michigan State Contest
TWISTED ANKLE-Out of tonight's game with Illinois and pos-
sibly the game with Purdue Monday is Jack Lewis, Michigan's top
Big Ten Basketball Teams
Amidst Close Title Fight
There is small chance'that the!
Big Ten basketball race will be
any more unscrambled after to-
night's action than it was before.
Barring upsets, which could
easily occur, Indiana, OSU, Illi-
nois, MSU, and Purdue could re-
main in the same order with just
one more game won. All are bay-
ing lower division teams.
However in this year's Confer-
ence,' any team seems capable of
winning depending on how they
Merely A Jhest
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (/P)-
That crack about Frank Lane's
being "out on his rump" if the
St. Louis Cardinals don't win the
National League pennant by 1958
was all in jest, none other than
Lane himself said yesterday.
The remark was made by the
Cards owner, August A. Busch,
Jr., at a "Knights of Cauliflower
Ear" party in St. Louis Tuesday
Lane got in from St. Louis
Monday and promptly told news-1
men it was he who suggested the+
1958 date to Busch.1
feel that night. The way things
are going, the eventual champion
may have as many as four losses.
This hasn't happened since 1926
when Indiana, Michigan, Prdue,
and Iowa shared honors with re-
cords of 8-4.
Indiana will face Northwestern
in its bid to hold on to the lead.
The Wildcats have a 2-8 mark,
but this team of sophomores has
the potential and is now experi-.
enced enough to come up with a
Ohio State should have less
trouble than its close rivals tonight
as it plays host to Wisconsin.
Illinois and Michigan State, shar-
ing third place, will have a tougher
time of it, as they take on Michi-
gan and Iowa.
Purdue, however, has the great-
est chance of being knocked off.
They have been steadily dropping
and will have to play probably
the toughest of the second division
If major upsets are pulled, the
general turmoil of every team for
itself will again be at hand. If
things go according to plan, how-
ever, the Conference will at -east
be well divided into two pretty
distinct halves, the contenders and
By AL WINKELSTEIN
One of the top sprint races of
the season will highlight today's
home swimming meet between
two of the leading contenders for
Big Ten honors, Michigan and
Because of the hockey game
later in' the afternoon the meet
will start at 1:30 at the Varsity
pool. Tickets will go on sale at
12:15 at the pool. Admission is 60
cents for students and a dollar
for the general public.
Two of the nation's top sopho-
mcres, Michigan's Dick Hanley
and Iowa's Gary Morris, who have
been rivals since high school, are
scheduled to face each other in
the 100-yard freestyle event. The
two might also battle in another
race, either the 50-yard freestyle
or the 220-yard freestyle.
Morris is rated as one of the top
sophomore swimmers in the na-
tion. While in high school, he set
national 20-yard course records
for the 40, 100, 200 and 220-yard
freestyle. In his first year of com-
petition, he has been nothing
short of sensational for the Hawk-
However, Morris has never been
able to beat Hanley in any of
their previous meetings. Both met
in high school, in a meet in which
Hanley took top honors. Since
then both have shown +,remen-
dous improvement and both are
up for the coming race. Their
meeting should be one of the
highlights of the swimming sea-
Iowa is rated as one of the
leading contenders for Big Ten
honors this season. In addition to
Morris, they have a strong team,
which is given a good chance to
win the Conference championship.
The Hawkeye's just had a 10
straight dual meet victory record
broken by IllinoiU, and they will
undoubtably be out to start a new
streak going at Michigan's ex-
pense. They lost to the Illini by
only a single point, after winning
their first two meets of the sea-,
The Wolverine divers will have
their first big test in dual meet
competition this season, as Iowa
has two of th3 better divers in
the Conference, Take Quick and
Ken Miner: Quick, who wos good
last season has improved a great
deal, and should prove a real!
threat to Michigan.
Another pair of top events of
the meet should be the breast and
butterfly races which will pit a
pa", of top sophomores. Michj-
gmn's Cy Ho .kns who has ibeeii
ore of the Wol' erines' top swim-
mers this season, and Iowa's Kim
Austin, who has looked very good
so far this season.
In addition to these two, Al
Maten, a newcomer to the Maize
and Blue is given a chance to
place second if not better.
Iowa should pick up valuable
points in the 50-yard freestyle,
unless Michigan s coach Gus Sta-
ger elects t'o go with Hanley in
this event. The short sprint races
are the Wolverines' weakest point
without Hanimly, and Iowa should
be able to :' a;t r}.ie on this.
With the logs of Lincoln I'Iur-
ring, Olympic backstrokes, the
Hawkeyes hare been forced to
move Earl Ellis, one of the Ce~n-
ference top aistance free stylers
into the backstroke, Ellis has
made the change quite success-
fully, and should put the Michi-
gan backstrokers, Ted Reissing
and Don Adamski to a severe test.
In addition to looking to pre-
serve their unbeaten dual meet
record, the Wolverines will be out
to avenge a 48-45 loss to the
Hawkeyes last season.
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'M' Rifle Team To Compete
Here with Indiana, Illinois
The Michigan Rifle team will
see Conference action today as it
plays host to Illinois and Indiana
in a triangular meet to be held at
the ROTC rifle range.
The meet consists of two
rounds. The first will be shot at
9:30 a.m. and the second at 1:00
p.m. A round consists of ten shots
by each individual in each of the
three positions; prone, kneeling
Potential shooters for the Wol-
verines are Jan Gogulski, Dick
Roemer, Tom Athanas, Roberta
Gubbins, Bill Woodruff, Tim
Hays, Bill Zayanckowski, and
Dave Lanham. From these eight,
Michigan's recently - rejuven-
ated wrestling squad faces its sec-
ond major challenge in eight days
when it hosts Michigan State at
3 p.m. today at Yost Field House.
Bolstered by the return to com-
petition of Max Pearson, Mike
Rodriguez, and Steve Zervas, the
Wolverine grapplers upended
strong Iowa, 14-12, last Saturday,
thus giving rise to hopes of a
Michigan victory over the highly-
regarded Spartans today.
But these hopes have been some-
what lessened as Larry Murray,
recuperating from injuries incur-
red before the Iowa meet, is still
unable to compete.
Michigan State, which coach
Cliff Keen regards as "the team
to watch" at the Big Ten meet
March 8 and 9, brings to Ann Ar-
bor a 5-1 dual meet record. Sig-
nificantly, Iowa owns the only
victory over the Spartans.
Five reasons for the Spartans'
mat success are Jer'ry Hoke, Ken
Maidlow, Jim Ferguson, a Don
Stroud, and LeRoy Fladseth, all
of whom have compiled outstand-
ing competitive records.
Hoke, who has won six out of
eightkmatches, willtangle with
Michigan's Pearson in what should
prove one of the more interesting
of today's matches.
Wolverine heavyweight Zervas
will attempt to end the undefeated
record of Maidlow, who has won
four matches and drawn one.
Ferguson, who owns a 7-1 rec-
ord, faces defending Big Ten 177-
pound champion Jack Marchello
in one of today's top encounters.
Marchello will try to uphold his
distinction as Michigan's only un-
Wrestling at 123 pounds, Stroud
also possesses a 7-1 record. He will
go after scrappy Dan Deppe in an
In other matches, Michigan's
Karl Lutomski will grapple with
once-defeated Fladseth in the 177-
pound encounter, and defending
Big Ten 157-pound titlist Mike
Rodriguez will engage the Spart-
ans' Walt Jones or Cris Coniglioa
six will be chosen to participate
in the shooting and then the five
highest scores only will count.
Only member of the team who
has not seen action with the
Michigan contingent before is
Zayanckowski. He comes out of
the army with a fine shooting
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