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SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1959

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Gymnasts

W1in;

Icers

Defeated

NBA STANDINGS
WESTERN DIVISION
WNL
St. Louis 38 27 .8
Detroit '31 37 .5
Cincinnati 28 37
Minneapolis 17 50

Pct.
.585
.456
.431
.254

Two Cage Contests Today
Match Conference Leaders

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-Daily-Eric Arnold
JIM HAYSLETT
. stars against State

Toledo Defeats 'M', 6-1;
McDonald Cited as MVP
By STEVE SALZMAN Michigan was actually only in
The Toledo Mercurys, capitaliz- contention during the first period.
ing on Michigan mistakes, wal- It jumped off to a 1-0 lead midway
loped the Wolverines, 6-1, at the in the first stanza on a goal by
Coliseum last night. Bobby Watt, but with 30 seconds
Captain Neil McDonald received remaining in the period, Paul
the most valuable player award Strasser scored for the Mercuries.
between the second and third For the remaining two periods it
periods. Al Bassey, President of was a question of how many times
the Michigan Alumni Association, the contingent from Toledo could
made the presentation to the capitalize on the Wolverine mis-
Wolverine leader. takes. They did it four more times
One of the brightest highlights in the second period, and once
of the evening was the sparkling again in the final stanza.
play of reserve Wolverine goalie For the first time in many a
Pete Kelley. Kelley played in the game, the Wolverine defense
nets for the Mercuries and made looked very good. Barrie Hayton,
a total of 29 saves. The regular Warren Wills, and Watts all spar-
Toledo net minder, Al Bennett, kled in their roles, and they af-
was unable to make the trip, forded goalie Ross Childs some
Kelly Oustaningreally fine protection.
Kelley Outstanding nKatz Appears
Kelley displayed a wealth of Seeing action for one of the few
calmness as he made many difi- times this season was Jay Katz,
cult saves during the evening. The Wolverine defenseman from Ann
southpaw goalie was especially Arbor. Katz nearly had his first
.proficient in those saves which goal of the season late in the third
require glove stops, period, but a fine kick save by
The Wolverines were hard Kelley kept him from it.
pressed for manpower all evening, Missing from last night's game
and it was a tremendous strain on were Bob White, who was out be-
some of the players to keep up cause of an injury, John Hutton,
such a pace, and Don Gourley. Late in the third
Michigan . Coach Al Renfrew period Dozzi was hit on the fore-
juggled two lines around in an arm with a stick and forced to
effort to use his manpower' more leave the ice.
economically. Ed Switzer, Delky Making an appearance for the
Dozzi, and McDonald were used on Mercuries was former Wolverine
the first line, and the second line Defenseman Bob Schiller, who is
was Gary Starr, Don McIntosh, currently attending Michigan and
and Steve Bochen. playing home games for the Mer-
Lines Interchange curies.
But as the game progressed the Statistics
players actually made free ex- FIRST PERIOD: scoring - Michi-
changes regardless of the lines. At gan - 1 - watt (Starr, McIntosh)
times the Wolverines were forced 11:06; Toledo - 1 - Strasser (Mcvie,
to play one line for the time that Cowan) 19:30.
Toledo played two. Penalties: Michigan - Watt (hook-

EASTERN DIVISION
Boston 45 20 .692
Syracuse 38 29 .567
Philadelphia 35 30 .538
New York 32 34 .485
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
NHL STANDINGS
W L T P
Montreal '38 13 9 85
New York 26 2310 62
Detroit 24 25 9 57
Boston 21 2612 54
Toronto 19 29 10 48
Chicago 20 32 6 46
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Chicago '(2 p.m.)
Detroit at Montreal
New York at Toronto

By The Associated Press v
The tightest Big Ten basketball
race in history enters its final
week today with two pivotal con-
tests, Michigan State at Iowa and
Purdue at Indiana.
All four teams have four de-
feats each, so today's two victors
will be in the driver's seat for
the spurt to the finish next Sat-
urday.
At the moment, Michigan State
and Purdue are tied for first at
8-4 and Indiana and Iowa knotted
for third at 7-4.
Monday, Iowa is at Purdue and
Indiana at Illinois, while the fol-
lowing Saturday's closing program
sends Indiana to Michigan State
and Iowa to Michigan.
The Purdue at Indiana show-
down will be televised regionally
this afternoon, The Boilermakers
will throw a well-balanced attack

'

-Daily-Eric Arnold
WINS AWARD-Neil McDonald, captain of the Michigan hockey
team was honored as the Most Valuable Player by Al Bassey,
President of Michigan's Alumni Association at last night's hockey
game against the Toledo Mercurys.

Trampoline
Stars Lead
' M' To Win
(Continued from Page 1)
was State's Stan Tarshis who was
awarded 96Y/ points for his per-
fecft performance on the i4igh
bar. After the tall gymnast com-
pleted his routine, the crowd
cheered his performance with a
long ovation and Michigan's gym-
nastics team went over and con-
gratulated him.
Kimball'Cops Third
Kimball, Michigan's top diver,
put his all-around athletic ability,
to a test for a second time in the
tumbling event and earned a very
respectable third place.
The Wolverines' weak event was
the parallel bars, a Gagnier spe-
cialty. Without a performance
from its captain, Michigan was
only able to garner third and
fourth place and five out of sthe
16 points.
Going into the final event,
tumbling, the visitors still had a,
chance to tie. However Hayslett's
tie for first, Kimball's third, and
Skinner's fifth ended the prob-
ability and gave Michigan a one-
point edge in the event, 812-7%.
Michigan's only injury during
the meet occurred in the tumbling.
event when Bill Skinner landed on
the side of his right ankle and
sprained it.
The outcome of the meet put
Michigan in the top spot in the
Conference since Michigan's 11-
point edge over the Spartan's was
three more than Illinois'.

against the Hoosiers.
Michigan State, tripped Monday
by Purdue, 72-70, encounters the
league's most, rapidly improving
club in Iowa.
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pct.
Michigan State .... 8 4 .667
Purdue ............ 8 4 .667
Indiana .........., 7 4 .636
Iowa...............7 4 .636
Ohio State ........'7 6 ,538
Northwestern ...... 6 6 .500
Minnesota ......... 5 8 .385
MICHIGAN........ 4 7 .364
Illinois ............ 4 7 .364
Wisconsin ......... 3 9 .254
TODAY'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Illinois
Purdue at Indiana (regional TV)
Wisconsin at Northwestern
Michigan State at Iowa
Ohio State at Minnesota

STATISTICS
FREE EXERCISE: 1. Hayslett -M,
87.5; 2. Festa- MSU, 86.5; 3. Dozauer
-M, 86; 4. Becker - MSU, 85.5; 5.
Marion - M, 84.5.
TRAMPOLINE: 1. Kimball --M, 82;
2. Newman -- M, 88.5; Clarkson - M,
83; 4. Tuomi - MSU, 76.5; 5. Temple
-MSU, 24.
SIDE HORSE: 1. (tie) Hayslett -
M, Girard - MSU, 87; 3. Festa-MSU,
86; 4. Werthmann - MSU, 84; 5.
Marion - M, 8.
HIGH BAR: 1. Tarshis - MSU,
96.5; 2. Stall - M, 89.5; 3. Marion -
86; 4. Dozauer - M, 85; 5. Paul-MSU,
81
PARALLEL BARS: 1. Girard-MSU,
91; 2. Paul - MSU, 90; 3. Hayslett-
M, 88.5; 4. Dozauer - M, 88; 5. Festa
-MSU, 87.
STILL RINGS: 1. (tie) Dozauer -
M, Festa - MSU, 91.5; 3. Marion -M,
89; 4. Stall - M, 85.5; 5. (tie) Cook
-MSU, Girard - MSU, s.
TUMBLING: 1. (tie) Hayslett -
M, Hopely - MSU, 86; 3. Kimball--
M, 83.5; 4. Tuomi - MSU, 81.5; 5.
(tie) Skinner - M, Temple - MSU,
81.

ing) 1:19; Toledo - Baldwin (hook-
ing) 5:14; Toledo - Novak (hold-
ing) 15:25.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring - To-
ledo - 2 - McKay (Mitchell) 4:18;
Toledo - 3 - Joyce (Mitchell) 6:13;
Toledo - 4 - Mitchell (Joyce) 12:31;
Toledo - 5 - McVie (Strasser) 19:41.
Penalties: Michigan - Switzer
(tripping) 10:02; Toledo - Novak
(tripping) 12:20; Toledo - Bird (trip-
ping) 13:49.
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring - Toledo-
-6 - Booth (Hayes, Forster) 8:25.
Penalties: Toledo - Forster (trip-
ping) 12:44.

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top of my cranium, but the
statement, 'the soft collar that
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negative. Substitute 'never' for
'ever' and you not only have

a positive statement-but-
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ungrammatical concept will be
attention-getting."
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be without a Van Heusen.
Look here ... under my pleat-
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of simple decency, the collar
refrains from wrinkling. It's
this kind of restraint that
recently led to our glorious
victory over Birdbrain U. Not
a man was scathed. Huzzah for
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Yes, this is the kind of
ignorance we run across.
Actually, while other collars
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with its wrinkle-shunning
qualities is one-piece con-
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