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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY '~ A I'~ 31 ~U1W~.t

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Tankmen Top
Five Pool Records Broken
/As Wolverines Win, 58-47

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Wres ilers

Fall

BYRON J ANUS

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MSU 16-15 Victory First
Over 'M' in Seven Years

(4)--

By AL WINKELSTEIN
Michigan swimmers got past
their first big test in Big Ten dual
meet competition when they out-
lasted a strong Iowa team to win
58-47 yesterday at the Varsity pool'.
Before a crowd of about 1500,
five pool records were broken. Dick
Hanley, Michigan's great sopho-
* more opened the record breaking
in the 220-yd freestyle witha
time of 2:13.6, over a second faster
than the old record.
Hanley Upset
However, in the highlight of the
Lmeet, Hanley was upset by his
arch rival, Gary Morris, the Hawk-
eye's sensational sophomore sprint-
OSU Second
By The Associated Press
E VA N ST ON--The Indiana
basketball squad remained top
team in the tight Big Ten race
by dropping the lowly Northwest-.
+ ern Wildcats, 87-74 yesterday aft-.
ernoon. Joe Ruklick of Northwest--
ern ,took scoring honors with 27
-' points.
* * *
COLUMBUS-Ohio State's sec-
ond place Buckeyes stayed In the
running for Big Ten honors by
rolling over Wisconsin, 63-50. Ohio
State's Frank Howard and Larry
Huston contributed over half the
winning total while tying for scor-
ing honors with 19 points each.
* * *
EAST LANSING-M i ch ig an
State made it six wins in a row as
they defeated Iowa, 77-67. Center
John Green sparked the victors
with 23 tallies.
MINNEAPOLIS-Minnesota ex-
and beat the Boilermaers 74-61
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pct.
Indiana..........7 2 .778
Ohio State *.. ....7 3 .700
MICHI(GAN ....5 4 .556
Illinois . ... . .... ..5 4 .556
Minnestta ... .. . .5 4 .556
Purdue. .. . ... . ..5 .5 .500
Northwester ....2 9 .182
.Wisconsin .......1 7 .125

er, in the 10O-yds freestyle. Both
swimmers broke the pool mark,
Morris winning in 49.8 seconds.
The race was a nip and tuck
battle all the way which had the
crowd on its feet. Neither swim-
mer could gain any kind of a lead,
and Morris finished about nine
inches ahead of Hanley.
Morris also set another pool
Medleynand anchored th d00-da.
freestyle relay team which broke
the pool record.
Hopkins Sets Mark
The final record breaking per-
formance went to Cy Hopkins of
Michigan, who is fast becoming
one of the top breast-butterly men
in the Conference. Last week Hop-
kins set a pool mark in the 200-yd.
breast, and yesterday, he came
back to cop the 200-yd. butterfly
in the record time of 2:16.9, better
than 12 seconds faster than the
old pool mark.
The turning point in the meet
came in the 50-yd. freestyle, an
event that Iowa figured to score
heavily in, especially since Hanley
~was not scheduled to go at this
distance. However, Dick MehI, an-
other Wolverine sophomore who
has been sick, surprised the large
crowd with a thrilling victory in
an extremely close race.
Dick Kimball took top honors in
diving for the Wolverines, beating
out teammate Captain John Narcy-.
Estel Mills of Iowa finished third.
Statistics -
400 -yd. medley relay-i. Michigan
(Adamski, Hopkins, Mowery and
Browne); 2. Iowa-Time -4:04.0,.
220-yd. freestyle--i.EHanley CM;
2:13.6 (new pool record).
50-yd. freestyle--i. Mehi (M); 2.
Pratt (I); 3, DavIdson (I)-Tme 23.7
I;2. Myers (M) 3. Fie (); Time
2.11.8 (new pool record).
Narcy (M) - 250.65; 3.. Mills (I) -
Diving-i. Kimball (M) - 278.35; 2.
200-yd butterflyi Hopkins2 (M
iOO-yd. freestyle-i. Morris (I); 2.
Hanley (M); 3. Wehner (M)-Tlme
200-yfl backstroke-i. Ellis (I); 2.
Reissing (M); 3. Adamskl (M)-.
440-yd feestyle-i. Jacobson (I);
2. Fries (M) 3. Hanley (M)-Time
200-yd. breaststroke-i. Hopkins
(M); 2. Austin (I); 3. Matin (M)--
400-yd 4.freestyle relay-i. Iowa
(Pratt, Davidson, Cristensen, Morris);
2. Michigan-Time 3:32.4 (new pool
record).

-Daily-John Hirtzel
NOT QUITE-Wolverine Heavyweight Steve Zervas, at right
attempting to drive MSU's Ken Maidlow to the mat. Zervas was
unsuccessful as Maidlow went on to win and give Michigan State
the victory, 16-15.
ROBINSON MAY QUIT:
Coach's Resignation
Rumored Pssibilit

By PETE MARUDAS -
"It's always an accomplishment
when you beat Michigan," said
Michigan State's Wrestling Coach
Fenley Collins after his team's 16-
15- victory over Michigan yester-
day at Yost Field House.
Beating the Wolverines for the
first time since 1950 the Spar-
tan' wrestlers turned in top per-
formances against a fast-improv-
Ferguson, Marchello Draw
Collins, who figured, his squad
would win the last two matches,
needed an outstanding perform-
ance from sophomore Jim Fergu-
son, who held Big Ten 167-lb.
champion Jack Marchello to a 1-1
draw thus taking three points
away from the Michigan total.
Ferguson, who has lost only one
Imatch this season, consistently
kept Marchello from obtaining a
takedown in the first period. In
the second period Ferguson drew
first blood with an escape and
that was the only scoring until
the last period when Marchello
escaped and the mat a ended with
neither man able to get the win-
ning point.
Coach Keen who was pleased
with the performance of his men
exclaimed "It was one of those
meets which could have gone ei-
ther way."
Pearson Improves
Keen no doubt was especially
happy with the showings of cap-
tain Mike Rodriguez and Max
Pearson, both of whom seem to
be reaching top form. Rodriguez
pinned State's Cris Coniglio at
1:10 and Pearson wnahar
earned 4-3 decision over Jerry
Hoke at 130-lbs.
The other Michigan winner was
Lloyd Hamady at 137-lbs. Ha-
mady dropping down a weight to
fill In for the injured Larry Mur-
ray disposed of Carroll Wiley with
a pin at the five minute mark.

In the 177 lb. match, MSU's Le-
roy Fladseth defeated game Karl
Lutomski 8-3 and in the heavy-
weight division, unbeaten Ken
Maidlow nipped Steve Zervas 4-2,
thus giving State a long sought
and dearly wanted victory.
Summaries
123-ibs.--stroud (MsU) defeated
i30-ibs.-Pearson (M) defeated Hoke
(MsU), 4-3.
i37-ibs.-Hamady (M) pinned Wiley
(MSU), 5:00.
i47-ibs.-ons 5(MSU) pinned Sum-
i057-lbs.-Rodrguez ( M) pinned
i67-lbs.-Marcell w (M) and Fer-
177-ibs.-Fladseth (MSU) defeated
Lutomski (M), 8-3.
Heavywelght-Maidow (MSU) de-
feated Zervas (M), 4-2.

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Rumors are beginning to circu-
late that there will be a change in
the Michigan football coaching
staff.
As it appears now, backfiield
Coach Don Robinson is going to
resign. However, coach Robinson
stated that his reported resigna-
tion is "just a rumor."
Publicity Director Les Etter said
that he knew nothing of the ru-
mored shift, "officially."
Head Coach Bennie Oosterbaan
was out of town for the weekend.
Crise also could not be reached.
WIHL STANDINGS
(including saturday's games)
Colorado College i L3 0ts. 3L
North Dakota ii 3 0 i1 3
Michigan Tech 7 2946~
Denver 5 3 1 8 12
Michigan State 3 ii0 41
Saturday's scores
NrhDakota 4,Mch. Tech 3
Colorado College 4, Denver 3
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Expectations are that there will
be more on the expected changes
by the first of the week when
Coach Oosterbaan returns from
his trip to the Upper Peninsula.
Speculation as to the possible
successor to Robinson if he does
resign seem to center around as-
sistant backfield coach Don Dufek-.
Reached at his home late last
night, Dufek was very surprised
and said he had heard nothing
about the rumor.

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