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SDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

Cagers Lose to Indiana
In Final Two Minutes

Hopkins cited
For Work

WOLVERINES EXTEND WIN STREAK:
'State Meet Closer Than S core Indicates' -Stager

(Continued from Page 1)

basket. They moved ahead, 75-74,
with 7:30 left to go, but two free
throws by Frank Radovich and
Jump shot by Dees, who led Indi-
ana in scoring with 27 points, put
Indiana three points up with less
than 6:00 minutes left.
The score worked up to 89-84
and then Michigan stole the ball
twice and scored, Pete Tillotson
n on a jump shot and M.C. Burton
on a lay in, to make the score
89-88 with 1:59 left in the con-
test.
Eased Tension
Hoosiers guard Sammy Gee
eased the tension for the home
fans by sinking two free throws,
and after that Michigan couldn't
get going again. Jerry Thompson
scored on a lay up and Bob Wil-
kinson dropped two free throws
as time ran out.
The Wolverines fell behind ear-
ly in the game, bu took the lead
at 10-9 on a jump shot by Bur-
ton. For the rest of the first half
they were not to be denied as they
led at intermission 50-36.
In the first half they produced
their best offensive play of the
leers Make
C+ompl" ete
AboutFace
A complete reversal of form was
exhibited by the Michigan hockey
team as they went from "rags to
riches" in theirnweekendrseries
here with Minnesota.
x° The "rags" part was the 10-5
shellacking the Wolverines took
on Friday night at the hands of
the Gophers. "Poor defense, shoot-
ing, and passing, just poor every-
thing," was the way Coach Al
Renfrew summed up the game.
Stunned by Quick Scores
The Gophers led by only one
-goal at the end of the first period,
3-2. However, three quick goals
in the first four minutes of the
second period crushed any hopes
the Wolverines had for victory
In Saturday's game, the Michi-
gan icers displayed their "riches"
as they defeated Minnesota in a
tightly contested game, 3-2, with
Ga~ryMattson scoring the winning
4 \goal with only 3:20 to go.
First Goals
Both Mattson and Steve Bochen,
who are sophomores, broke into
the scoring column for the first
time this year in WIHL play. Prior
to Friday night's contest, Mattson
had tallied only two assists while
Bochen had not scored a point.
"Neither of -these boys have
great ability, but they're a great
asset," said Renfrew, "they dig
hard and always hustle."
He was concerned over one
4thing, the loss of Bob White, who
bruised his hip in Saturday night's
action. However, he seemed to
think that White might return to
action Friday.
MaceKay,
Golden Retain
Doubles Title
Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio
and formerly of the University of
Michigan and Grant Golden of
Evanston, Ill, retained their Na-
tional Indoor Tennis Doubles Title
by defeating Kurt Nielson of Den-
mark and Sidney Schwartz of New
York, 6-0, 4-6, 6-3, 9-7 Sunday
night in New York.

year, hitting 20 of 34 shots from
the floor for an unbelievable 59
per cent.
Cold Second Half
However they cooled off in the
second half and hit 14 of 43 for
33 per cent giving them an over-
all average at 44.2 per cent com-
pared to Indiana's 44.9 per cent.
Indiana's percentages for each
half were the reverse of Michi-
gan's and this in part told the
story.
Leading scorer for Michigan
was forward George Lee, one of
the Big Ten's most erratic play-
ers, who had one of his better

MICHIGA
Burton, f
Lee, f
Tilotson,
Lewis, g
Miller, g
Tarrier, I
Wright, g
TOTAL
INDIANA
Obremske
Radovich,
Dees, e
Wilkinson
Gee, g
Thompsoi
Schegeim
TOTAL
Michigan
Indiana

Box Score
N G F P
78-105
- 10 3-6 4
e 8 3-3 4
7 3-6 2
2 3-3 3
0 0-0 2
0 0-0 2
S 34 20-28 22
G F P
y, f 51-6 5
f 4 2-3 2
11 5-7 3
n, 56-6 4
3 5-5 3
n, f 7 6-8 3
ilich, g 0 0-0 0

T
22
23
19
17
7
0
0
88
T
11
10
27
16
11
20
0

S

35 25-35 20 95
50 38-88
36 59-95

Standings
W L
Purdue 8 4
Michigan State 8 4
Iowa 7 4
Indiana 7 4
Ohio State 7 6
Northwestern 6 6
Minnesota 5 8
MICHIGAN 4 7
Illinois 4 7
Wisconsin 3 9
Last Night's Scores
Purdue 72, Michigan State
Iowa 86, Northwestern 78
Indiana 95, Michigan 88
Minnesota 71, Wisconsin 63

Pct.
.666
.666
.636
.436
.538
.500
.385
.364
.364
.250
70

nights hitting 23 points mostly on
drive-ins.
Burton, whose play has been
sensational of late added 22, of
these, 15 were scored in the first
half. In the first half he also held
Archie Dees to seven points, but
the four fouls he picked up ham-
pered him in the second half. Til-
lotson and Lee both had four per-
sonals for most of the second half
which caused the defense to loos-
en up.
Tillotson added 19 points, Jack
Lewis 17 and Terry Miller 7. Be-
sides Dees, Pete Obremsky and
Jerry Thompson were thorns in
Michigan's side. Obremsky had 11
points and 15 rebounds while
Thompson collected 20 points.
Hard Work
Faces 'M'
Gy-m nTeam
By CHUCK KOZOLL
Four days of hard work faces
the Michigan gymnastic team as
it prepares for Friday's meet with
Michigan State.
"We looked good against Ohio
State," noted Coach Loken," but
we still have to polish up our
routines.
Weak on High Bar
Main weaknesses observed by
Loken were on the high bar. How-
ever, Barry Feinberg, sophomore
artist, raised Michigan's hopes
with his exhibition performance
which outdid Al Stall by one
point. His work did not count be-
cause of the three man limit to
a team in any event.
Sophomore Wolfgang Dozauer,
high point manin the OSU meet,
will also aid the team. Dozauer,
an all-around athlete from Nur-
emburg, Gernyny only began to
specialize in the sport when he
came to this country. As an all-
around performer, Dozauer will
help to provide team depth.
Ed Gagnier, who has been sore-
ly missed, continues to be a ques-
tion. While making improvement,
it is still unknown when he will
be able to resume workouts and
actual competition.
Three Men Fill Gap
Filling the breach, Jim Hays-
lett, Nino Marion, and Al Stall
chalked up wining performances
against the Buckeyes. Hayslett's
efforts on the parallel bars and
side horse tout him as a man to
watch in Friday's contest.
Stall's win on the high bar
along with the third place per-
formances of Marion make up a
competent scoring triumverate.
Additional work on the trampo-
line by Ed Cole, Dick Kimball, and
Chuck Clarkson will provide the
Wolverines with strength in an
event.-

By BOB ROMANOFF
Michigan's -track coach, Don
Canham, had nothing but praise
for him team's efforts against
Illinois.
He called it the "best team ef-
fort" he ever had.
The occasion for his praise was
the near upset victory of the Illini
Friday at Yost Fieldhouse. The
Wolverines lost 75-61.
Lose on Injury
Misfortune in the guise of a
pulled leg muscle suffered by Milt
Robinson as he started the second
leg of the mile relay, forced Can-

BY CARL RISEMAN
"The score didn't really tell the
story," Michigan swim coach Gus
Stager observed, "Michigan State
was very close in every race but
the breaks went our way."
Stager thus summed up the
'dream tdual meet of the year'
which saw two of the countries top
teams put their undefeated records
on the line Saturday at the varsity
pool. The NCAA champions, Mich-
igan, easily subdued the Big Ten
champs from Michigan State, 67-
30.'
"It's traditional for Michigan
teams to come through ,in ' the
clutch," Stager continued, and
this was no exception. "Every Wol-

verine swimmer put forth topnotch
perforcances," said Stager. "I was
especially pleased with (Cy) Hop-
kins, (Carl) Wolley, and (Dick)
Hanley."
Spartan Stopper
Hanley's victory in the 220-yd.
freestyle stopped the Spartans
from adding to an early lead and,
according to Stager, furnished the
turning point of the meet. He also
came back to win the 100 and
swim a flashy anchor in the 400-
yd. freestyle relay. His unofficial
time in the relay was :49.4.
Woolley won the 50-yd. freestyle
in a very fast :22.8,
But as Stager put it, Hopkins

CY HOPKINS
. . top performer

Track Team Earns Canham's 'A'
For Effort in Near-Upset of hulni

KEEN PLEASED:
Spirit Moves Mat Squad,

ham to forfeit the event to Illi-
nois. A victory in the event would
have given the Wolverines a 71-70
win over the Illini.
The win would have been the
major upset of the season since
many observers, including Can-
ham, consider Illinois to have the
best chance of dethroning Indiana
in the Big Ten Championships.
Canham who claims his team "is
well balanced although we 'don't
have any big shots," was proven
right. They scored in every event
except the relay but could only
take six of 15 possible firsts.
Top Perfor'mance
Their finest performance was a
shut out of the 111ini in the 65-yd.
high hurdles. Pete Stanger, Ron
Trowbridge and Charles Belknap
Goes North

Co oley Win
Highlights
1=M Action
Make-up ;games and the 'final
round of regular play in the resi-
dence hall 'A' and 'B' leagues pro-
vided the action -in last night's
I-M basketball games.
Heading the 'A' action was
Cooley's 57-41 victory over His-
dale. Cooley was paced by' forward
Art Gnuewich who netted 28
points.
In another 'A' contest, a well
balanced Anderson attack smoth-
ered Winchelil 56-18. Anderson
was led by Rich Hirsch who scored
20 points..
Huber's 'A' squad downed flay-
den with Russ Downes leading the
way with 12 points.
In close 'A' contests Chicago
edged Lloyd 34-32 and Williams
nipped Strauss 26-25.
CORRECTION
In I-M Scores in Sunday's Daily
it was mistakenly reported that
Taylor beamt Michigan, 38-19,
when actually Michigan was the
winner by that score.
Residence Hall 'A'
Reeves 39, Alen-Rumsey 23
Greene 40, Wenley 33
Van Tyne 50, Adamis 44
Gomberg 31, Kelsey 25
Residence 'B'
Strauss 33, Kelsey 28
Huber 39, Wenley 20
Taylor 2, Allen-Rumsey 0 (forfeit)
Hinsdale 28, Michigan 20
Gomberg 38, Reeves 21
Adams 46, Lloyd 25
Anderson 24, Cooley 22 (overtime)
Scott 28, Greene 25d
Van Tyne 37, Winchell 30
Professional Fraternity
Phi Rho Sigma 21, Phi Chi 17

By AL SINAI
Michigan wrestling coach Cliff
Keen had two good reasons to be
cheered by his team's 14-13 win
over Michigan State Saturday.
For one thing his team put out
a spirited, team effort to win.
Secondly his strategy paid off.
In unexpected moves he shifted
Max Pearson, Tom Leith, and
Larry Murray to different weight
divisions and all three won their
matches.
Pearson is a normal 130 pounder
who has been wrestling at 137-lbs.
.Kansas Loses
To Iowa State,
'Wilt' Gets 26,,
AMES, Iowa (YP) - Iowa State,
holding Wilt Chamberlain to 26
points, defeated Kansas 48-42 in
a rugged Big Eight Conference
basketball game last night.
The Kansas defeat assured Kan-
sas State of at least a tie for the
loop championship.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Auburn 64, Kentucky 63
Alabama 70, Tennessee 37

most of this year. This has ob-
viously handicapped him for he
showed Saturday what he could
do at his normal weight. He easily
outclassed former National AAU
champion Don Stroud, 9-2, in
what Keen called, "the finest
match Pearson has ever wrestled."
Murray, who had been wrestling
at 130 lbs., was shifted to the 137-
lbs. division vacated by Pearson.
He also had little trouble in win-
ning as he defeated Jerry Annesi,
9-5.
The other man shifted from his
ordinary weight division was Leith,
157-1b., who trimmed down to 147-
lbs. for his match. He wasn't as
impressive as Pearson and Mur-
ray, but he still eked out a 4-3 vic-
tory over Bill Allen.
Brilliant Comeback
Keen also commended a bril-
liant comeback by 123-lb. Mike
Hoyles. He was forced to erase a
four point deficit in the last
period to tie Jack Koehn of Mich-
igan State 6-6. Hoyles wrestled
tremendously. In the comeback
period he scored two takedowns
over his opponent.
Jack Marchello, 167-lbs., con-
tinued his sensational wrestlingby
defeating Jim Conley, 8-2, to re-
main undefeated in Big Ten dual
meets.

WINNIPEG, Sask. (AP)-- The
Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the
Canadian Football League an-
nounced the signing of former
Michigan quarterback Jim Van
Pelt.
Van Pelt was drafted by the
Washington Redskins of the
NFL but decided to cast his lot
with the Blue Bombers, thus
insuring them of having two
quarterbacks when practice be-
gins. They previously signed
Eagle Day, formerly of Missis-
sippi.

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