THE MCHIGAN ]DAILY
Voted Best Performer, MarhloWn
zptures Big TenMat Championship.
team title at George Huff Gym-
ed with The Iowa grapplers also earned
;he 1958 two seconds and a third and scored
ere yes- in all but one weight division to
also had amass a total of 51 points. This
wn the was enough to edge Illinois, which
)NIGHT at 8
n, Dcunielie. Darrieux,
nie, Walter Hampden
had a second and two fourths to
total 48 team points.,
Michigan State, which !benefited
~from one 'individual' titlist and
three runners-up, had 44 points
for third, and Minnesota also had
an individual winner plus a second
and two fourths to" take fourth
place with 35.
1 The Wolverines lacked the depth
Ito place high and coach Cliff Keen
was forced to settle for, a fifth
place tie with Indiana at 28 points
1All the -Michigan glory, was
wrapped up i n two stars-Capt.
Max Pearson, and Jack Marchello,
--who scored 26 of the 28 team
Pearson. did everything 'that
*could be expected of one ;wrestler,
as he won his third straight Big
Ten 130-lb. title, and copped the
cherished "O*utstanding Wrestler
fof the Tournament" award on the
way. This award is given 'to the
wrestler selected by the ten Con-
ference coaches as the best: in'the
"He did a masterful Job," Keen
commented of his team leader
hafter the meet. "He had a very
tough man to, deal with in the
finals." The Wolverine faced
Michigan, State's Don -Stroud, .
whose only loss this season had
been to Pearson in a dual meet.
Pearson earned a 5-2 victory.
Marchello, Michigan's only other,
man in yesterday's matches,' also
copped the title In his weight divi-
Sion. The strong Michigan star
made an easy match out of what
was predicted to be a real struggle,
as he blanked Minnesota's Gil
Wright, 6-0, to regain his 167-lb.
title. Hie was titlist in 1956, but
was runnerup to Northwestern's
Ken Craft last winter.
Iowa's two championships were
garnered by 137-lb. Gene Luttrell,
who upset favored "Bill Muther of
Illinois, and NCAA 147-lb. titlist
Simon Roberts. Luttrell's victory
proved to be, the decisive ones of
the meet, since the victory by
Muther would have given Illinois
the team crown.
Iowa, 51; Illinois, :48; Michigan
State, 44; ;Minnesota, 35; MICHIGAN
and Indiana, 28; Purdue, 22; Ohio
State,r 15; Wisconsin, and North-
123-lb.--Mueller (Minn.) dec. L.
Moser (low), 5-0.
130-lb. -- PEARSON (Mich.) dec.
Stroud ;(MOU), 5-2.
137-lb. Luttrell (Ia.) dec. Muther
141-lb. Roberts (Ia..) dec. Pe-
tronka (Ind.), 3-2.
157-1b. -- Holzer (I11.) dec.' R.
Moser (MSiU), 5-4.
167-lb. -- MARCHELLO (Mich.)
dec. Wright (Minn.), 6-0.
177-1b..- Woodin' (MSU) pinned
Kurdlemeter (Ia.), 8:21.
Heavyweight-Norman (III.) over-
Xtime. dcc.Maidiow (MSU) 4-2.
..voted ouatstanding wrestler
The Michigan baseball team,
which has been working out at
Yost Field. Houses for three weeks,
is looking for freshmen and sopho-
Anyone interested in working
with the team this year in a man-
agerial capacity can make ar-
rangements by calling senior man-
ager Ray Laakaniemi at HU 2-1544
after 6'pm., any day this week.
The ball' team will begin infield
drills in the"Field House this week,
once the basketball court has been,
removed. Thus far the sophomore-
studded team has been limited to
batting Fand pitching drills.
Special to The Daily
BLOOMINGTO N, Ind. -- Michi-
gan's gymnastics team won its
third Conference meet of the sea-
son yesterday by trouncing Indi-,
The Wolverine. squad exhibited
good all around strength in re-
bounding from Friday's defeat at
Illinois. They swept the first three
places in both' the high bar and
still, rings events as the team, in
general, was improved upon yes-
terday's performances, according
to Coach Newt Loken.
Wolfgang Dozauer of Michigan
was the only double event winner,
taking, firsts on 'still rings and
parallel bars. Oither first place
winners for the Wolverines were
Al Stall on the high bar and Frank
Newman on the trampoline.
The squad's weakness in the side
horse event was again apparent,'
as they failed to win any of the
first three places for the second
night in at row.
The gymnasts are' now heading
into the busiest part of the season
with home meets against Wiscon-
sin and Navy Pier slated for next
FREE EXERCISE: 1. Jacquin..(I)
2. Marion (M) 3. Hayslett (M) 4.
Br~own (I) 5. 'David (I).
TRAMPOLINE:, 1. Newnan (M)
3. Walden (I) 3. Eckle (M) 4. David
(I) 5. Clarkson (M).
SIDE HORSE: 1. Brown (I) 2.
Chottikhium (I); 3. Wright ,(I) 4.'
Marion (M) 5. Dozauer.(M)..
'HIGH BAR: 1. Stall (M) 2. (Tied)
Marion (M); Dozauer" (M) 4. (Ted)
Brown (I), David (I).
PARALLEL BARS: 1. Dazaner (M)
2. Marion (M)y 3. WWden (1) 4.
Wright' (I) 5. David (1).
STILL RCINGS: 1..Dozauer (M) 2.
Stall (M) 3. Marion (M) 4. Walden'
(I) 5. Brown (I).
TUMBLING: 1. David (1)'2., Skin-
ner (M) 3. Hayslett, (M) 4. Walden'
.(I) 5. Stall (M)..
Chicago 4, Detroit 3
Boston 3, Toronto 3 (tie)
Boston 108, Detro1t ,103
Five Meet Records Set
... third in sprint
.. ets 660-8t
Illini New Track
:TUNNY MAN having a
illicit amour and haute
The Best-Dressed"Men. eat; at
HILLEL SUPPER .CLUB
Tonight .at 6 75c, Members
Followed by Dr. Seymour Yellin
Discussing the, novel ;"An End to Dying"bSaAsrcn
By JIM BENAGH'
Special to The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - Illinois' deter-
mined track team rewrote the Big
Ten book of comeback stories as
it staked its claim to the 1958 in-
door title here yesterday at the
Illinois,* which finished dead-
locked in the '1957 meet, re-estab-
lished its outstanding track and
field heritage by chalking up 472/2
points to 39 and 35 for the leading
contenders, Ohio State and In-
Michigan gathered only 18
points, while slumping to the
depths. of eighth place-the poor-
est'standing recorded by Don Can-
ham in his 10 years as head coach.
.Excepting Mamon Gibson's sec-
ond place tie in the pole vault and
Pete Parker's surprise third in the
sprint, Michigan's tallies came- on
the third and fourth places. The
Wolverines were shut out in seven
of 15 events.
"A great team .. , a courageous
outfit," was the phrase used by
winning coach Leo Johnson, whose
fllini fought of f the sensational
challenge by OSU's Glenn Davis
and took advantage of Indiana's
Davis, running in his
of the season, was vie
60-yd'. dash and high ht
and in the lows and br
And completed a treme
by anchoring the Buck
relay quartet to a win al
Illinois was out inf
in the afternoon by m
14 quick 'points in thel
and mile run,, then
through with its second
'the half mile and low hu
Iowa's Charley "Dear
drew most of the ovat
the 3,700-plus crowd in
victory in the mile and
The former Boys Tow~
who came off the street
neapolis to become one
ca's all-time great distf
won both of those ever
Parker turned in1
most pleasant perforr
nipping outdoor sprint A
mer Fowler of Northw
third place in the 60-yd.
SHOT PUT - 1. Hes
561-5Y211; 2. Stewart, Ill.,
Blakley, Minn., 52'-13/"1;
Wis., 511-511; 5. EInowi
49'-1%". (New Western(
and Illinois Armory recut
record 56'-3%1., FONVILLI
ONE MILE RUN - 1, Jo
comedy is outi~ageousIy funny,
lines juicy enough'for devotees
TRYOUT ',Mass Meeting.
wins Fencing, Title
J MEST LANSING (A') Illinois,
=-helped by an individual champion-
-ship In the saber, won the team
title of the ;Big Ten fencing meet
yesterday, beating, out defending
EASTER CARDS OF CHARACTER
Our display of.
is as gay as so Easter Bonnet
Comf.in anw see them
314 S. State
Since .1908,'NO 3-2481
Big Ten Modifies Aid Plan,
Announces Football Slates
March 11, 4:15 P.M.
CHAm PAIGN, Ill. (A')-TIhe Bign
Ten; yesterday drafted Conference
football schedules from. 1982.'to
1984 and 'modified part of its
financial aid to athletes: plan.
This brought' to an 'end three
days of business sessions by Con-'
Athletic directors completed the
job of mapping the gridiron slates
which include. the innovation of
three home Conference games for
each school. Heretofore, schools
hada minimum of two such games
if they desired.
F"aculty representatives voted to
modify .the table of expected fam-
ily contributions to colle6ge costs as
used in .determining the need fac-
tor of the aid program. The revi-
sion is effective only at the lower;
and moderate family icome levels]
and lessens the expectation for
parent's financial help.,
Also a measure was condition-
ally approved to reduce the num-
ber of tenders for aid to be sent
out from, 100 to, 75. The average
'acceptance of 68 this year insti-
gated tie move.
Here Is Michigan's
schedule for' 1962-64:
Wis.; 4. SIMM,
MSU. Time 2;
1Michigan Union, Room 3-,B
it Sim in "ESCAPADE"
Saturday and Sunday From 1' P.M.
1902: Oct. 13, Mich. at MSU; Oct.
g0 Mich.,tat Purdue; Oct. 27, Minn.
at Mich.; No. 3, Wise. at Mich.; Nov.
10, I31,, at Vich.; Nov. 17, Mich. at
Iowa; Nov. 24, Mich. at OSt7.
41963: Oct. 12, Mich. State at
Mich.; Oct. 19, Purdue at Mich.;
Oct. 26, Mich. at PMiun.; Nov. 2,
NUat Mich.; Nov. 9, Mich. at'IlM.;
Nov. 16, Iowa at Mich.; Nov. 23,
Osu- at Mich.
1964: Oct. 10, Mich. at Mich.
State; Oct. 17, Purdue at Mich.;
Oct. 24, Minn. at Mich.; Oct. 31,
NU at Mich.; Nov. 7, 111. at Mich.;
Nov. 14, Mich. at Iowa; Nov. 21,
Mich. at OSU.
JNQE TIONABLY THE FINE ST
AMERICAN FILM OF THE YEAR,!"
2. Bob, Mitchell, Il.; 3. PAR
MICH." 4. Fowler, N'W; 5. Mel
Ill. Time :06.3.
604 YARD RUN - 1. Lean,
2. Caffey, Ind.; 3. Nixon, Wi
FISCHER, MICH.; 5. Castle,
Time 1:10.2 (New Western Cc
ence record; former record
by Gosper, MSU, 1955)
300 YARD RUN -- 1. Ueth4
Purdue; 2. Fowler, N'W; 3. Bui
I owa; 4. Brown, Iowa; 5. Bell,
880 YARD RUN -- 1. lnllwie
2.' Atterberry, MSUT; 3. Brown, N.
4. VARIAN, MICH.; 5. Hedl
II., Time 1:54.6.
79 YARD DOW HiURDLES-1
Mitchell, Ill.; 2. Davis, OSU; 3
Kown, Il.; 4. May, Ind.; 5.
Iowa; Tim. :07.8. (Equals We
Conference record, by Wright,
1942, and Porter, N'W, 1940.)
TWO~-MILE RUN-1. Jones,
2. Edelen, Min.; 3. Abele, In
Bntekn, Purdue; S. K~FMAT5
MICH. Time 9:09.6.
POLE VAULT - 1. Lyons,
1413"; 2. GIBSON, MICH. and
ston, Purdue,( tile), 14'; 4. Mc
Min. and Jones Purdue,
HIGH JUMP 1. Haise,
618%11; 2. R~on Mitchell, Ill., 6
3. Mylin, Wis., 615%11; 4. O'RE:
MICH., and Nourse,, 0517,
*6'47/". -(New Western" - Confe
record, former record 6'7%11.)
BROAD JUMP- - 1. Bell,
25'3 W'; 2. Bob Mitchell, Ill.,
Davis, OSU, 23'93/"; 4. Phillips,
23'8"; 5. Camamno, Iowa, 23121
ONE MILE RELAY - 1.
(Payne, McClain, Storer, Davi
(tie) Ind. and Purdue; 4. MS
I11. Time 3:17.5 (New Confe
record, old record, 3:17.6, Ind.
sick, Edwards, Howe, Robin
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