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TIM MCMGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1958

TH"ICIA7DIYSfDY MRH2,15

Grapplers

Tie OSU;

Swim Team

Wins

~2'

Both Squad
Three Decis

s Take Fall,
tons in Meet
was forced to Juggle his men in
the lower weight divisions. Max
Pearson moved up to 137 lbs. and
e Lloyd Hamady moved down to 130.
Returning to action after a
long layoff, Hamady was edged
t by OSU's Dave Canaione, 8-7, in
n a see-saw match. With the score
3. 6-6, Canaione reversed his oppon-
s ent with only 10 seconds left to
t take an 8-6 lead. Hamady escaped
five seconds later to make the
h score 8-7.
a Veteran Wolverine Jack Mar-
ie chello remained undefeated this
is season by overwhelming Dick Ma-
d coine, 10-2, in the 167-lb. match.
- Marchello had his opponent on
his back several times but could
y not get a pin that would have
n added an extra two points to
e Michigan's team total.
n Lutomski Loses Hold,.Match
Buckeye Vince Gonino pinned
Karl Lutomski at 2:38 of an un-
usual 177-lb. match. Lutomski
gained the upper hand at the
start of the bout, but when he
attempted to pin Gonoin, the
referee declared Lutomski's hold
illegal, and made him break it.
The match was interrupted
while the Michigan coaches argued
the legality of the hold with the
referee, who reconsidered. But
when the match resumed Lutomski
could not put his man down, and
with 2:30 gone tthe Wolverine
"fell into" a takedown and was
subsequently pinned.
In the day's last bout Michigan
heavyweight Fred Olm decisively
defeated Bill Hexton, 9-4. The
Blue trailed, 14-11, going into the
heavyweight match, and Olm's
victory by decision squared mat-
ters at 14-14. Had Olm been able
to pin his man, Michigan would:
have won, 16-14.
Pearson got Michigan's only pin,
and 157-pounder Wayne King won
the Wolverine's other decision, 7-5-

Y

'M Tankmen Establish
Two Marks in Triumph

By CHUCK KOZOLL
Flexing its muscles in prepara-
tion for the Big Ten champion-
ships next week, Michigan's swim
squad swamped the University of
Western Ontario, 62-34, yesterday
at the Varsity Exhibition Pool for
its 16th straight dual-meet win.
Starring in the afternoon per-
formance was Tony Tashnick, who
outdistanced teammate Ed Pon-
gracz to win the 200-yd. butterfly
with the record-breaking time of
2:08.6.
Tashnick's time clipped almost
two seconds off his old pool record
of 2:10.4 while comparing very
favorably with the 2:08.3 time of
Yale's Tim Jecko.
Four freshmen of swimming
fame staged the second record
performance by smashing the
existing national freshman record
in the 400-yd. medley relay. The
team of Frank Legacki, Ron Clark,
Dave Gillanders, and Tom Bucy
went the distance in 4:03.7, cut-
ting 15 seconds off the 4:18,. mark
set by Columbia's freshman team
in 1957.
Stager Moves Stars Around
Moving the stars around into
different events proved fruitful as
the precision strokes of Dick Han-
ley gave the Wolverines top spot
in the 440-yd. freestyle, while Pete

Fries, moving into the backstroke
ing department, passed up Cana-
dian John Shortreed for a first in
the 200-yd. backstroke.
In an extremely close contest,
Cy Hopkins, passing up Western
Ontario's Pete Bell in the last five
yards, took the 200-yd. backstroke
with a time of 2:26. Bell, Canadian
intercollegiate champion, led for
most of the race but was unable
to match Hopkin's final surge.
Kimball Tops Divers
Working off of the one meter
boardy, Michigan divers Dick Kim-
ball, Tony Turner and Alvaro
Gaxiola nailed down first, second
and third positions in the compe-
tition. Carl Woolley, Lee Fitzhugh,
and the Wolverine medley relay
team were three other factors in
the victory.
Brigl-t spot for the Canadian
club was Denes Svetko, a Hun-
garian student Who was top man
in the 100-yd. freestyle.
Svetko, who 1s Canadian inter-
collegiate champion in the 220-yd.
freestyle, took second in the 50-
yd. freestyle, close behind Carl
Woolley while aiding the UWO's
winning effort in the 400-yd. free-
style relay. Pete Fowler, Bell, John
Shortreed and Dave Walsh con-
tributed to the other scoring for
Western Ontario.

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MAX PEARSON TONY TASHNICK
... gets only pin . ., breaks old record

Swimming
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1. '141'
(McGinley, Maten, Pongracs,
Browne); 2. UWO. Time-4:03.2.
220-YD. FREESTYLE-i1. Fitzhugh
(M), 2. Thompson (UWO), 3. Prunk
(M), Time-2:20.4.
50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Woolley
(M), 2. Svetko (UWO), 3. Billings
(UWO), Time-:23.
DIVING-i. Kimball (M), 2. Turn-
er (M), 3. Gaxiola (M).
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Tash-
nick (M), 2. Pongracz (M), 3. Fow-
ler (UWO), Time-2:08.6 (New Pool
Record).
100-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Syetko
(UWO), 2. Browne (M), 3. Tanner
(M), Time-:54.3.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Fries
(M), 2. Shortreed (UWO), 3. Walsh
(UWO), Time--2:19.4.
440-YD. FREESTYLE -I. Hanley
(M), 2. Fitzhugh (M), 3. Thompson
(UWO), Time--4:39.7.
200 - YD. BREASTSTROKE -- 1.
Hopkins (M), 2. Bell (UWO), 3. Ma-
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY--I.,

Statistics
UWO (Girvin, Thompson, Svetko,
Fowler), 2. 'M', Time-3:43.1.
ten (M), Time-2:26.
Wrestling
Statistics
123-Palumbo (0). defeated Hoyles
(M), 12-4
130-Canalone (0) defeated Ha-
mady (M), 8-7
137-Pearson (M) pinned Paz (0),
2:59
147-Floyd (0) defeated Summner-
will (M), 5-0
157-King (M) defeated Roberts
(0), 7-5
167-Marchello (M) defeated Ma-
clone (0), 10-2
177-Gonino (0), pinned Lutom-
ski (M), 2:38
Hwt.-Olm (M) defeated Sexton
(0), 9-4
NHL SCORES
Boston 3, Chicago 2
New York 5, Toronto 4
Detroit 2, Montreal 2
NBA SCORES
Cincinnati 101, Philadelphia 88
Detroit 103, New York 101.
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to extend its football season from
9 to 10 games-and consider a
basic 7-game conference schedule
-.at the league's annual March
meetings next week.
The sessions of Coiierence ath-
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nearby Monticello, Ill., will be held
in connecticn With the Big Ten
indoor track championships at the
University of Illnois
Faculty representatives and ath-
letic directors also will review the
Big Ten's controversial financial
aid program based on need, to-

gether with conference recruiting
legislation.
The 10-game overall schedule
will be written into the books, if
approved by faculty represeuttives
at the coming meeting. A year
ago, the conference voted to per-
mit the seaso'n to start on the
next to last Saturday of Septem-
ber' which would allow for a 10-
game season before the stipulated
closing date of the Saturday be-
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A special committee headed by
Dick Larkirs, Ohio State athletic
director, will recommend that each
school play at least sevent con-
ference opponents with a mini-
mum of three home games. Pres-
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conference games and assure only
two at home.

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