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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FACE 11

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ~I

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Ohl Paces Illinois Scoring;
Michigan Skids into Ninth

Big Ten Standings

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LONq STRIDING-Olympic champion Glenn Davis of Ohio State leads a pack of Michigan low
hurdlers in notching one of his four first places. Pete Stanger, second from left, was second while
Chuck Proudfit, far right, gained a third. Ron Trowbridge, far left, didn't place. Despite Davis' one-
man show, Michigan won the meet, 72-69.
Wolverines' Mile Relay Squad Clinches
M .Track V ictory; Davis Stars for OU

Ten has an inside curb," said Sny-
der, "and only the Michigan boys
aeused to this track."
For Michigan, the win was a
complete reversal of last week's
match with Illinois, as the chances
for a Wolverine one-point triumph
were defeated when the second
man of its favored relay team
pulled up lame.
-"Snyder also claimed Michigan
thinclads had run inside the lanes
in a couple of earlier events, and
should have been disqualified.
Fischer Disqualified
Bruce Fischer, a Michigan soph-
omore, lost a victory in the 600-yd.
run when he was disqualified.
However, his disqualification was
for cutting-in on OSU's. eventual
winner, Jack McClain.

Davis, who is no relation to
former Army football star Glen
Davis, reaped most of the laurels,
as expected. He took firsts in the
broad jump, 60-yd. dash, 65-yd.
high hurdles and 65-yd. low hur-
dles, tyipg meet records in the lat-
ter two.
Ohio State bettered Michigan in
first places, 8-7, but. Coach Don
Canham's depth made the differ-
ence.
Two - miler Dick Schwartz, a
sophomore, set up the relay to be
the meet-clincher by taking a
hard-earned first in the next-to-
last contest. He trailed teammate
Don Truex and OSU's experienced
Jack Blackburn for 15 laps, then

JONES PACES WIN:.
Eastern Michigan Nips
Hoosier Track Squad

By FRED KATZ
Special to The Daily
YPSILANTrI--The blackboard in
the locker room of Eastern Michi-
gan College's Bowen Fieldhouse
yesterday blared in triumphant
letters: "EMC: Big 10 Champs!"
And rightly so, too. The Hurons,
a contingent of gutty and talented
performers, and paced by the Pon-
tiac bombshell, Hayes Jones, had
just pblished off Indiana Univer-
sity, the team considered the best
bet to lead the field in the Big 10
Indoor Track Championships next
week. The final score was 54-50.
Trailing 50-49 going into the
final event, the mile relay, Eastern
appeared to have hardly a chance
of ultimate victory.
The Hoosiers had Regi. Laconi,
Berry Williams and Harold Caffey
each running a 440 leg in this
event, and the three had swept the
individual 440-yd. race earlier. For
their anchor man Indiana had
Mike Smith, the winner of the
day's 880-yd. run.
Smith Drops Baton
Going into the third leg of the_
contest Smith possessed a slight
lead over Eastern's Carl Krieger.
Suddenly, Krieger put on a tre-
mendous spurt and passed the sur-
) prised Smith who- unexplainedly
dropped the baton 30 yards before
he was to hand off to the anchor
man.
This was all Eastern's Levi
Simpson needed. The speedy
sprinter completed the race well
out in front of Caffey, setting a
new Fieldhouse record of 3:22.6.

Enough for the unexpected. As
for the anticipated, Jones didn't
disappoint the Eastern student
body, most of which seemed in at-
tendance. The greatest trackster
in the history of the school, Jones
captured three firsts, tied for an-
other, and was runnerup to Olym-
pic Champion Greg Bell in the
broad jump.
Jones Performs Brilliantly
Jones was fairly spectacular in
both hurdle events, unofficially
breaking one American Indoor
record, and tying the other. His
time in the 7g-yd. low hurdles was
:07.6, snapping by one second the
American mark set by Illinois' Bob
Mitchell only two weeks ago.
He skimmed over the 70 - yd.
highs in :08.3, good for a share
of the United States record. This
was the first meet at Ypsilanti
that the hurdles were run in 70
yards. This was done so that Jones
would get a crack at the records,
which he took advantage of.
His time of :06.1 in the 60-yd.
dash tied his own previous best,
as well as the Eastern varsity and
Fieldhouse standards. Other events
in which he added to his 22 point
total were high Jump and the
broad Jump, deadlocking for first
in the former at, 6'0", and taking
a second in the latter.
Bell's winning leap of 24'10%",
although breaking his own Bowen
Fieldhouse record, was still far
short of his capabilities. The
Hoosier senior is the only man in
history to go further than 26 feet
nine times.

rocketed out fast on the gun lap
to finish 20 yards in front at 9:35.4.
Ermin Crownley, Brendan
O'Reilly, Ernie Simms and Geert
Keilstrup turned in important vic-
tories while Cam Gray and Robin
Varian shared a deadheat 880-yd.
run at 1:57.0.
Crownley hurled the shot put
50'1%"; a personal, best in com-
petition. Simms upset teammate
Earl Deardorff in the 1,000-yd. Tun
at 2:19.5.
Stan Lyons, OSU vaulter, set a
meet record by leaping 14'33".
Statistic
SHOT PUT-1. Crownley (M); 2.
Eubel (O); 3. Poppler (M). Dis-
tance;: 50'1%".
HIGH JUMP-l: O'Reilly (M); 2.
Nourse (O); 3. Hiniker (M). Height:
6'51/2""
BROAD JUMP-1. Davis (0); 2. Wil-
liams (M); 3. Watkins (M). Dis-
tance: 23'3%"1.-.
POLE VAULT-1. Lyons (O); 2.
Gibson (M); 3. Weaver (O). Height:
14'33/"..
ONE MILE RUN --- 1. Keilstrup
(M); 2. McLain (O); 3. Dollwett (M).
Time: 4:27.7.
440 YARD RUN-1. Storer (O); 2.
Payne (0); 3. Matheson (M). Time:
:50.8.
65 YARD HIGH HURDLES-1. Da-
vis (0); 2. Stanger (M); 3. Hauck
(O). Time: 0:8.0.
1000 YARD RUN-1. Simms (M); 2.
Deardorff (M); 3. Peele (O). Time:
2:19.5.
60 YARD DASH-i. Davis (0); 2.
Parker (M); 3. Waktns (M) Time:
0.6.4.
600 YARD RUN-1. McLain (O);
2. Jones (0); 3. Toumy (M). Time:
1:14.9.
300 YARD RUN-1. Storer,(O); 2.t
Simpson (M); 3. Henson (O). Time:
0:32.4.,
65 YARD LOW HURDLES-1. Da-
vis (0); 2. Stanger (M); 3. Proud-
fit (M). Time: 0:7.4.
2 MILE RUN-1. Schwartz (M); 2.
Blackburn (O); 3. Truex (M). Time:
9:35.4.
ONE MILE RELAY-1. Michigan
(Simpson, Fischer, Simms, Mathe-
son). Time: 3:24.2.
TRACK RESULTS
Michigan State 74, Iowa 49
Illinois 73, Purdue 60, Northwest-
erh 25 (triangular meet)
Minnesota 73%, Wisconsin 40%
SWIMMING RESULTS
Minnesota 62, Purdue 43
Illinois 57, Northwestern 44
Michigan State 62, Wisconsin 43
Indianas 54, Iowa 51
WRESTLING
Minnesota 21, Michigan State 12
BIG TEN RESULTS
Michigan State 83, Iowa 65
Ohio State 70, Minnesota 60
Nokthwestern 82, Wisconsin 65
Indiana 109, Purdue 95

Lewis, each scoring 19 points. For-]
ward George Lee, with 12, was the
only other Wolverine in doublea
figures.
After the two teams had played
to a 38-38 halftime standoff, Illi-
nois came out strong at the start,
of the second half. With O, Paul,
and Taylor hitting jump shots
from the outside with consistent
accuracy, the Illini built up a 54-;
44 lead after five minutes.
Mlini Expand Lead
Two minutes later, the Illinois
lead had expanded to 62-46, and
for the rest of the game the home
team was content to match points
with Michigan.
The first half was characterized
by loose and ragged play, with
both teams blowing frequent
chances to take a commanding
lead. Traveling and foul -lane
violations were numerous, and
shooting percentages were medio-
cre.
Illinois' shooting accuracy pick-
ed up vastly after the intermis-
sion, however, enabling the Illini
to take the lead for good. Illinois
finished with a 47 per cent per-
formance from the field, while
the Wolverines hit 34 per cent.
Also figuring in the Michigan
Sammies,
.Reeves Win
I=M Rel"ays
By JIM BENAGH
Sigma Alpha Mu and Reeves
House clinched I-M 880-yd. relay
victories last night at Yost Field
House.
The relays were a special feature
of the Michigan-Ohio State track
meet.
Reeves relied on the brilliant
sprinting of anchorman Rich Rob-
bins, a freshman basketball star,
to overcome a solid Strauss House
lead in the residence hall division.
An all-state prep cager from
Port Huron, Robbins shot out into
the lead halfway through his 220-
yd. lap to win by two yards.
Others on the winning quartet
were Fred Elbler, Constantine
Sousamis and Larry Van Tuyl.
Their winning time of 1:42.0
was slow due to much cutting-in
and jostling during the race.
Strauss was second, followed by
Huber and Gomberg.
Levy Gives SAM Win
Alpha Tau Omeg 's Don Dahm
put his quartet int a good lead
in the fraternity division, but the
Sammies' Larry Levy and Herb
Kohn came on fast at the end to
sew up the victory.
Levy captured the lead from
ATO with 30 yards left in the
third lap and Kohn held it for
a close 5-yard victory.
Sharing the Sammies' victory
were Harry Newman and Steve
Wittenberg. The time was 1:41.6.
Runner-up. ATO was followed
over the finish line by Lambda Chi
Alpha and Phi Delta Theta.

defeat was the battle of the re-
bounds, which Ilhinois won, 50-44.
Mannie Jackson picked off 15 and
Ohl 13 for the Illini. Lee, with 21
rebounds, accounted for nearly
half the Michigan total.
Tillotson Ineffective
Wolverine center Pete Tillotson
was ineffective last night, both in
scoring and rebounding. He snared
only two rebounds and hit only
sparingly from tlje field, finishing
with eight points.
Outstanding for Michigan was
Lewis, who hit well from the out-
side. Lewis' performance was the
best by a Wolverine guard in any
gam'e during the current losing
string. Burton, the most consistent
player on the team, also performed
well.
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