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TM\M~lICGAN DAILY

Frestlers

Top

Spartans, 14-13;

ICE FINALS SLATED:
Kappa Alpha Psi Wins,
Enters I-M'A' Playoffs

TheU

STAFF

ymnasts Drop Buckeyes, 71-41

4B-

Matmen
ami- Four
ecisions

Pearson, Marchello,
Murray, Leith Win
Special to The Daily
AST LANSING - Michigan's
nen, rebounding from their
king 21-7 defeat at the hands
:owa last week, eked out a
3 victory over the Michigan
e Spartans at East Lansing'
erday.
he contest was not decided un-
he last match between heavy-
hts Fred Olm of Michigan,
John Baum of Michigan State.
lost, 4-2, but had he been
led, the Wolverines would have
the match.
Hoyles Gains Draw
the 123-1b. match between
e Hoyles of Michigan and John
hn of Michigan, State, Hoyles
forced to come from behind
he last period to wipe out a
deficit in order to gain a 6-6

-Daily--David Arnold.
READY TO GO-Left wing Gary Mattson (16) was the Michigan star for the night with a game-
winning goal with less than four minutes to go in the final period. Mattson stationed himself in
front of Gopher goalie John McCartan, took a pass out from behind the net, and flipped in the
clincher. The goal tied the season series with Minnesota at two games apiece, and all but knocked
the Gophers out of any chance for the NCAA playoffs.
GOPHERS NIPPED, 3-2:
Mattson's Late Goal Earns Triumph;
ir McDonald Scores Pair; White Injured

GyM Win
Highlighted
By Dozauer
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS, Ohio-sparked by
the all-around performance of
Wolfgang Dozauer, Michigan's
gymnastic squad downed Ohio
State yesterday, 71-41.
Dozauer, who was high man in
the meet with a total of 779 points,
captured honors in the still ring
event while taking seconds in the
high bar, and parallel bar and
thirds in the side horse and free
exercise events.
Close behind Dozauer in the
scoring was Jim Hayslett who
added points with firsts on the
parallel bars and side horse. Al
Stall's efforts on the high bar con-
tributed the other Wolverine first.
Don R-arper, the Buckeyes' agile
trampoline artist, nosed out Ed
Cole, for the Wolverine star's first
lose in conference competition this
season. Harper, who also doubles
as an OSU diver, may not be able
to compete in the Big Ten cham-
pionships due to a conflicting swim
contest. ,L
Statistics
FREE EXERCISE: 1, Butler-OSU,
174; 2, Marion-M, 164; 3 Dozauer-
M, 158; 4, O'Brien-,-OSU, 14; S,
Hayslett-M, 141.
TRAMPOLINE: 1, Harper-OSU,
191; 2, Cole-M, 177; 3, Smith-OSU,
143; 4, Newman-M, 140; 5, Clark-
son-M, 133.
SIDE HORSE: 1, Hayslett-M, 167;
2, Schomer-OSU, 159; 3, Dozaer
M, 135; 4, Marion-M, 130; 5, Botts-
OSU, 120.
HIGH BAR: 1, Stan--M, 167; _2,
Dozauer-M,, 154; 3, ,Marion-M,
136; 4, Fellers7~OSU, 134; 5,, Btt-
OSU, 130.
PARALLEL" BARS: 1, Hayslett-.
M, 179;'4, Dozauer-M, 165; 3, Mar-
ton-M, 163 4, BDa'v--OsU 116; 5,
Hakett-OSU, 113.
STILL RINGS: 1, Dozauer-M, 167;
2, Marion-M, 157; 3, Medley--OSU,
147; 4, Davis. -OSU, 144; 5, Larson'
--M, 136.
ITUMBLING: 1, HarperL-OSU, 161;
2, Hayslett-M, 142; 3,. Skinner -
OSU, 140; 4, Butler-OSU, 121; 5,

By MEL ROSEN
Kappa Alpha Psi became the'
tenth and last team to enter the
I-M social fraternity first place
"A" championship race by way of1
its 42-24 victory over Phi Kappa
Psi yesterday.
Both teams went into the game]
undefeated. The importance of
victory contributed to a wide open
and 'close first half in which
neither team dominated play. Mid-
way through the game Kappa
Alpha Psi led 19-14 although Tom
Thomas of the Phi Kappa Psi's
scored nine points In the half.
In the second half Kappa Alpha
Psi resorted to a tight press. This
strategy resulted in victory as
Thomas was held scoreless and the
rest of the Phi Kappa Psi team
picked up only ten points.
A busy I-M week finds the bas-
ketball play-off rounds starting
Tuesday night and the hockey
finals Monday night at the Coli-
seum.
At 6:30 the fourth place title
game will pit the Allen Rumsey
Rockets against -either- South or
East Quad depending on the out-
come of a protest filed on their
previous game.
I-M BASKETBALL SCORES
SOCIAL FRATERNITY "A"
Sigma Phi, 23, Delta Kappa Epsilon 19'
Chi Phi 34, Phi Sigma Kappa 14
Alpha Tau omega over Delta Chi
(forfeit) 1
Phi Kappa Sigma over Alpha Phi
Alpha (forfeit)
RESIDENCE ┬░HALLS"B
Gomberg 40, Winchel "19
Taylor 38, Michigan 19
Anderson 23, Alien Rumsey 18
Hinsdale 32, Cooley 23
Scott 32, ,Williams 24
Strauss 24, Greene 19
Adams 4js, Hayden 19
Huber 30, Lloyd 22
Van Tyne 36, Chicago '22

One hour later Air Force will
face Theta Chi for second place.
The top playoff for first place
is scheduled for 8:30 and will have
the SAE pitted against the Nikes.
Following this, the Wheelers will
meet the Law Club for the third
place title.

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In the 147-1b. division, the Wol-
rines' Tom Leith defeated the
partans' Bill Allen, 4-3. Leith
immed down from 157 to 147 for
dis match.
Only One Pin
Jack Marchello of Michigan re-
ained unbeaten by easily taking
m Conley, 8-2, while in the 177-
division Michigan's Carl Lu-
)mski was pinned by former Na-
onal AAU champion Tim Woodin
t8:18 of the match.
Larry Murray, 137 lbs., led all
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tate's Jerry Annesi, 9-5. Murray
at the first takedown and then
uld not be headed.
In the only other match, Michi-
an State's Bob Mosher, 157-1bs.,
iut out Wayne King, 5.0. King
iemed to be unable to get un-
aeked as he was outclassed by
losher.
Good eap.
Jeryma Valkama, a Finnish
student at Michigan, finished
fourth in the National AAU
broad Jump finals last night at
New York with a 23'5%" leap.
The former Olympian is study-
ing to be an athletic trainer but
doesn't compete for the Wol-
verines.
Mamon Gibson continued his
consistent pole vaulting last
night by setting a Central
Michigan '.ieldhoserecord of
13'7%" in the Michigan AAU
Open Track Meet. Michigan
freshmen Frank Geist and
Walt Shaffer tied for first in
the 880-yd. run at 2:02.
STANDINGS r
W. L. T. Pts.
M(ontreal ....... 37 13 8 82
NewYork .#...24 23 10 58
Detroit ........24 25 8 56
Boston ........20, 26--12 52
Toronto.... ...,19 27 10 48.
Chicago .......20 30 6 46
LAST NIGHT'S SCORES
Montreal 2, New York 2
Detroit'6, Boston 1
Toronto 3, Chicago 1

(Oontinued from Page 1) v
then blasted a back hand shot into
the open side of the cage.
This goal marked the first time
in over a month that Michigan
has scored first in a game.
But the lead was short-lived.
Ten minutes later the Gophers
came flying back to tie it up. Two
sophomores teamed up for the
equalizer. Mylron Grafstrom skat-
ed around the Michigan defense
and centered the puck for Gerald
Melynchuk, who steered the sphere
past Ross Childs.
Halfway through the initial
'Statistics
FIRST. PERIOD: Scoring: Michigan
-1- McDonald (Switzer, , watt)
1:51;'Minnesota -1 Melynchuk
(Williamson, Grafstrom) 11:29; Pe-
alties: None.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: Michi-
gan- 2 -McDonald (Starr) 9:04;
Minnesota-2-Ran~tz (Turk, Brooks)
11:11. Penalties: Michigan; .- Wills
(roughing) 6:36; Minnesota - Turk
- (slashing) 7:54; Michigan - Hay-
ton (high sticking) 9:13; Michigan
- Switzer (slashing) 14:54; Michi-
gan - Hayton (tripping) 19:00.
THIRD PERIOD." Scoring: Michigan
- 3 - Mattson (Hutton, Bochen)
16:41. Penalties: None.

period, Michigan was dealt a
severe blow when Bob White sus-
tained a bruised hip muscle. One
of the outstanding players all sea-
son for the Wolverines, White was
forced to leave the ice. When he
will return to action is not yet
known.
In the second period, with Min-
nesota's Bob Turk serving a, two-
minute penalty for slashing, Mich-
igan made the most of its one-
player advantage and temporarily
vaulted into a 2-1 lead.
McDonald, again, was the key
man. The senior from Preston,
Ont., attempted to center the puck.
However, it hit McCartan's stick,
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unsuspecting Gopher goalie.
But once again Minnesota came
right back to tie the game.' This
time it was Michigan which had
the man in the penalty box. Jim
Rantz, with an assist from Turk,
scored the goal which tied the
game and set the stage for Matt-
son's clincher.
Both goalies, regarded by most
observers as the best in the West-
ern Intercollegiate Hockey League,
played outstanding games. Childs
had 33 saves compared to 36 for
McCartan.

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