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THE MIOUGAN DAILY

SATURDA Y', MARCH It

THE MICHIGA1~J DAILY SATURDAY, IWARCW 1,

higan Cagers Play at ilinois Tonight;
pe To End Five-Game Losing Streak

Davis Leads Buckeye Tracksters
Against Wolverines Here Tonight

season is also one that Perigo's
charges like to remember. The
Wolverines completely outclassed
the Badgers, 70-49, in one of the
victories that gave them their ear-
ly Big Ten lead.
During the ensuing weeks since
those games, all three of the
squads have followed the same
trend - losing. At present Michi-
gan and Illinois are tied for eighth
place with 4-7 marks, while Wis-
consin is the cellar-dweller with
a 3-9 record.
Illinois began the year as a hot-
shooting team that depended on
scoring a lot of points since they
were weak on the boards and on
defense. The Illini downfall came
when they fell off in scoring, and
didn't gain in the other areas.
Ohl Leads Illinois.
Guard Don Ohl, fourth best
scorer in the Conference with a
20.5 average has. been carrying
the load, although John Paul,
Qovoner Vaughn and Roger Tay-
lor all scored well against Michi-
gan in their first meeting.
Wisconsin, on the other hand,
never showed power at all except
on the one occasion when they
upset the league-leading Michi-
gan State quintet.
Brian Kulas, the Badgers' slim
forward who hit 18 against Michi-
gan early in the season, was the
only scoring punch the Wisconsin

DON OHL
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group showed at Yost Field House.
Walt Holt and Bob Litzow have
also averaged in the teens for the
season.
If the Wolverines are seeking
any more victories this season,
this will be the weekend to get
hot. The season will end next Sat-
urday when Iowa, still in the run-
ning for the Conference title, will
visit Yost Field House.
On the other hand, a couple of
victories would almost square the
Wolverines' Conference record.
Naturally, a split for the weekend
would follow more true to form.

When you look over the multi-
talented Buckeye's feats in the
past, it's easily realized what the
Wolverines mean.
The Gold Medalist 400-meter
hurdler of the 1956 Olympics be-
gan his established reputation as
a prepster, when he won the state
track meet for Barberton, O., by
himself -- with his wrist weighted
down by a cast.'
Leads Ohio State
Last year he notched 16 1/2
points in the Big Ten indoor finals
and marked up another 15 out-
doors, both times leading Ohio
State to second place finishes.
Tonight Davis may turn out one
of the best one-man performances
in Ann Arbor since another Buck-
eye, Jesse Owens, roared over the
cinders of Ferry Field over two
decades ago.
Owens, the famed "Ebony Ex-
press," broke three world records
and tied another one spring day
back in 1935.-
The 23-yr.-old junior isn't ex-
pected to fill that kind of a rec-
ord breaking category tonight, but
he has been rewriting track ar-
chives wherever he ran this year.
He holds the world 400-meter
hurdle record.
Coach Larry Snyder has his ace
entered in the 60-yd: dash, high
and low hurdles, broad jump, high
jump, 300-yd. dash and relay an-
chorman against the Wolverines.
With Davis, Snyder has all but

one of the point makers that aid-
ed the Buckeyes' runner-up fin-
ishes last season, including the
Big Ten's best mile relay quartet
Stan Lyons, defending pole
vault champ, has been up past
14'6", but might find a surprise in
Michigan's Mamon Gibson, who
cleared 14'11/2" against Illinois
last week. This could be the best
duel of the evening.
Jack McClain was indoor run-
ner-up in the conference 1000-yd.
run last year, but improved Wol-
verine sophomore Earl Deardorff
is rated a slight favorite after his
2:14.4 win over the Illini.
Hurdler Roger Hauck has beat-
en Michigan's Pete Stanger twice
this year. Other top-seeded Wol-
verines are distancemen Robin
Varian (880-yd. run), Helmar
Dollwet (mile) and Geert Kell-
strup (2-mile); high jumper
Brendan b'Reilly and shot putter
Ermin Crownley.
Lou Williams is considered co-
favorite with Davis in the broad
jump.
However, Coach Don Canham
will be the first to admit that it
will be the second and third places
that will spell the difference.

OSU RECORD BREAKER-Glenn Davis will be in the limelight
tonight when he leads the Buckeyes in their dual meet with
Michigan at Yost Field House. The versatile Olympian is entered
in seven events of the 15-event card.

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By JIM BENAGH
B r i I i a n t' Glenn Davis will
spearhead a victory-minded Ohio
State track team into Yost Field
House tonight against a victory-
hungry Wolverine squad.
Field events will begin at 7 p.m.
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'I' Grapplers Take On
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and the 11-event track program
starts at 7:30.
Michigan goes into the meet
with the cry "beat Davis and you
can beat Ohio State."

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By AL SINAI
Fresh from a close 14-13 vic-
tory over Michigan State, the
Michigan wrestling team journeys
to Columbus, Ohio, today for a
dual meet with a young, inex-
perienced Ohio State team.
The Ohio State team was easi-
ly defeated by the Wolverines last
year, 16-11, and the Buckeyes fin-
ished last in the 1957 Big Ten
Conference Championships, man-
againg to score only eight points
in the competition.
'M' Works Out
Despite' the sudden reversal of
the Wolverine grapplers' per-
formances, Coach Cliff Keen sent
his team through extensive work-
outs all week, not only to pre-
pare them for the Ohio State,
meet, but also for the Big Ten'
Conference Championships which
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will be held March 7-8, at Cham-
paign, Illinois.
Even though the Buckeyes are
inexperienced, they have managed
to compile a meet record this year
of 9-5, defeating among others,
Purdue and Bowling Green, two
teams that are highly respected.
Only one senior man is on the
sophomore-dominated Ohio State
squad. He is the 123-1b. Captain,
Pat Palumbo, winner of two Ohio
State championships while in high
school. Palumbo will probably be
opposed by Michigan's Mike
Hoyles, who last week wrestled
sensationally in the last period
to erase a four point deficit and
tie Jack Koehn of Michigan State.
One Junior on Squad
Bill Floyd, a junior at 447-lbs.,
is the only other Ohio. State
wrestler who isn't a sophomore.
Opposing him will either be Dick
Summerwell .or Tom Leith. Leith
is not ordinarily a 147 pounder.
However, he wrestled at that
weight in the Michigan State
match.
At 130 and 137-lbs., the Buck-
eyes will have Dave Camione and
Don Paz, respectively, wrestling
either Captain Max Pearson or
Larry Murray of Michigan. Coach
Keen has interchanged both iPear-
son and Murray between these
two weight divisions in the last
few meets.
Heavyweights Grapple
Unbeaten 167 pounder Jack
Marchello should .have no trouble-
extending his streak as he faces'
inexperienced Vince Gonio' of
Ohio State, while at 157-lbs.,
Wayne King of Michigan will take
on the Buckeye's Dick Macione.-
In the 177-1b. and heavyweight
divisions, Karl Lutomski and Fred
Olm of the Wolverines, respective-
ly, are matched with Mark Rob-
erts and Bill Sexton of Ohio State.

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Swimmers
Host Ontario
Team Today
By TOM BITTKER
Michigan's undefeated swim
squad will shift from Big Ten
competition as the University of
Western Ontario churns into the
Varsity Exhibition Pool at 2:30
p.m., today.
Although runners-up in the
Canadian National Collegiate
swim championships, past records
indicated that ithe outlook for the
Canadians is not too bright.
The last encounter between the
Wolverines and the invaders from
the north was last year at the
Western Ontario pool' The Blue
swamped their hosts 65-18 under
the Canadian scoring.
Lost to Toronto
This season the Ontario aggre-
gation came within 12 points of
being the best in Canadian colle-
giate swimming. After taking the
first two events in the three-team
playoff, they tumbled to the Uni-
versity of Toronto, 65-53.
Despite Western Ontario's fine
appearance against the best in
Canadian competition, all of the
Canadian team's times have been
excelled by Michigan swimmers.
Ontario boasts two swimmers
who may challenge' Michigan su-
premacy in their respective events.
These are Bill Hauch, free styler
and butterfly; and Peter Fowler,
butterfly.
For the Wolverines the meet of-
fers an opportunity of experience
for swimmers who in other meets
have seldom left the bench.
Reserves to Swim
Michigan's ace tankers will
probably be restricted to one event
to afford space in the lineup for.
the reserves.

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