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SUNDAY, MARM 9, 2958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 9,1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tashnick ,

Hanley,

Hopkins

Relay Squad Upsets MSU,
'My Greatest Team'-Stager
Kimball, Woolley, Smith, Maten, Gaxiola,
Fries Also Gain Points for Wolverines

Michigan Trio Earns Seven Firsts

(Continued from Page 1)
not to beat records." Only one
record was broken.
Michigan's last victory of the
evening came in the 400-yd. med-
ley relay. At the end of the third
leg of the race, the Wolverines
were two body lengths behind the
Spartans. However, anchor man
Hanley literally "smoked" his way
to victory once more.
Lincoln Hurring, Iowa's gradu-
ating Olympian, won his second
race of the meet as he took the
100-yd. backstroke. John Smith
almost caught the Hawkeye but
was inched out in the finish.
William Steuart also emerged as
a double winner in the meet as he
edged out Carl Woolley of the
Maize and Blue in one of the
wDelany Wins
NEW YORK W-)-Ron Delany
won his 22nd straight mile race in
4:04.4 in the Knights of Columbus
games last night-but this one was
different in that he had to survive
a bumping session with Burr Grim
of Maryland.

strangest 440-yd. freestyle races
this season. Steuart won the race
by several inches, but Woolley reg-
istered the faster time by one-
tenth second. Woolley swam the
distance in 4:37.5.
Swim Statistics
100-yd. BUTTERFLY: 1. Tashnick
(M) 2. Harmon (MSU) 3. Dobaler
(MSU) 4. Dewey (OSU) 5. Honda
(Ind.) 6. Berger (Minn.) Time: 54.5.
100-yd. FREESTYLE: 1. Hanley
(M) 2. Patterson (MSU) 3. Morris
(Iowa) 4. Van Horn (OSU) 5. Coles
(Iowa) 6. Nakamura (Ind.) Time:
50.5.
THREE METER DIVING: 1. Harp-
er (OSU) 2. Whitten (OSU) 3. Kim-
ball (M) 4. Mills (Iowa) 5. Gaxiola
(M) '6. O'Brian (OSU) Points 514.3.
MEDLEY RELAY - 400-yds.: 1.
Michigan (Smith, Maten, Pongracz,
Hanley) 2. MSU 3. Ind. 4. OSU 5.
Minn. 6. Ill. Time 3:55.5 (new Iowa's
pool record; old mark 3:56.2 set by
Indiana in 1957).
440-yd. FREESTYLE: 1. Steuart
(MSU) 2. Woolley (M) 3. Whittaker
(11.) 4. Parks (Ind.) 5. Fries (M)
6. Allen (Wis.) Time: 4:37.6.
100-yd. BACKSTROKE: 1. Hurring
(Iowa) 2. Smith (M) 3. Ackerman
(I11.) 4. Nicholas (MSU) 5. Coson
(MSU) 6. Eversman (Purdue) Time:
:58.5.
200-yd. BREASTROKE: 1. Hopkins
(M) 2. Hunsaker (Ill.) 3. Chopp
(Minn.) 4. Modine (MSU) 5. Yap
(Ind.) 6. Maten (M) Time: 2:26.

TONY TASHNICK CY HOPKINS
... wins three events .. . two breaststroke victories

DICK HANLEY
... freestyle champion

WINS BIG TEN CAGE TITLE:
Indiana Nips Michigan State,

75-

EAST LANSING (P) - Indiana
surged to an early lead on per-
fectly balanced team scoring,
fought off repeated Michigan
State threats and won the Big
Ten basketball championship, 75-
72, in a near brawling Conference
finale here yesterday.
State, trailing at one time by as

'M' Hockey Team Falls to Tech, 4-3

many as 16 points, narrowed the
Indiana lead to 63-62 with seven
minutes to go but was never able
to get ahead.
Bud Wilkinson assured the
Hoosiers of their undisputed title
when he dropped in two free
throws to make the score 74-70
and added a third gift shot after
State had also made two free
throws, to account for the final
score.
Indiana completing the season
with a 10-4 Conference record, will
go to the Mideast Regional NCAA
Basketball Tourney at Lexington,
Ky., next Friday.
FINAL BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pct.

By S COLEMAN
Speial to The Daily
HOUGHTON-Despite a valiant
comeback attempt by Michigan,
Michigan Tech eked out a 4-3 win
here last night in the final game
of the season.
Michigan's defense, extremely
sharp Friday night, was porous in
the first period. Tech took ad-
Vantage of it and got off to a
resounding 3-0 lead.
Off to Slow Start
Nothing clicked for the Wol-
verines and gloom began to settle
over the few loyal Michigan fans
in attendance.
But a goal at 18:27 by captain
Nel McDonald brightened the
scene as the teams left the ice
after the initial frame,
Bobbie Watt slapped a shot
CC ousted!
MINNEAPOLIS (P) -- Min-
nesota scored a goal in over-
time here last night to drop
defending NCAA hockey titlists
Colorado College out of the
running for a return bid to the
tournament later this month.
North Dakota and Denver,
deadlocked for the WIL title,
will represent the league in the
tourney.
Final WIHL Standings
W L T Pts.PL
North Dakota ....15 5 0 16 8
Denver ...........12 8 0 16 8
Colorado ..........11 9 0 15 9
Minnesota ........13 11 0 13 11
Michigan State .. 9 11 0 10 14
MICHIGAN .......7 11 0 8 16
Michigan Tech .. 5 15 0 5 19
Canada Clips
U.S. Icers, 12-1
OSLO (A)-Undefeated Canada
smashed the injury-rocked United
States team 12-1 and Russia edged
out defending titleholder Sweden
4-3 yesterday in the World Ama-
teur Ice Hockey Championships.
Canada, with six straight vic-
tories, and Russia, with five tri-
umphs and one tie, meet in the
decisive game of the tournament
today.
The Rusiians must win to take
the title. The Canadians can clinch
the championship even if the two
teams tie..
The United States, with four of
its star players out of the lineup,
appears destined for no better
than fifth place in the eight-team
standings.
EXHIBITION BASEBALL
Detroit 9, Milwaukee 8 (10 innings)
Chicago (A) 6, Cincinnati 4
St. Louis 4, New York 0
Chicago (N) 6, Baltimore 5
(15 innings)
Boston 2, Pittsburgh 1
San Francisco 5, Cleveland 1
Kansas City 8, Washington 7
(11 innings)
Philadelphia 7, Los Angeles 4
AIR CONDITIONED
RDW1M II1

through the legs of Tech defense-
men, Gerald Orpe, to narrow the
Huskies margin, 3-2, after five
minutes of the second period. Only
twenty seconds later,- however,
Paul Coppo tapped the loose puck
and it trickled past Michigan
goalie Pete Kelley to give Tech
what proved to be the winning
goal.
Michigan fought right back to
close the gap. Delky Dozzi scored
when McDonald centered the puck
right in front of George Cuculick,
the Michigan Tech goalie., This,
made the score 4-3.
Despite many attempts, no more
goals were scored the rest of the
game.
Kelley, the reserve Wolverine
goalie, made his first league ap-
pearance and after a rather rocky
start, was spectacular. Kelley made
44 saves compared to the 26 for
Cuculick.
Last night's game exhibited
sharp skating and passing. The
ragged play of Friday's game was
appreciably absent.

expected to land at Willow Run
between 12:30 and 1 p.m.
The game was constantly mar-
red by penalties, Michigan getting
ten, compared to nine for Tech.
Ice Statistics
FIRST PERIOD: Scoring: Mich.
Tech.-LaHaye (Kosiancic, Coppo)
3:43; Mich. Tech.-Farrell (McLay)
10:18; Mich. Tech. - Buchiman
(Stenlund) 17:36; Mich.-Mcflonald
(unassisted) 18:27. Penalties: Mich.
- Switzer (high sticking) 4:23;
Mich. - McDonald (tripping) 7:14;
Mich.-Hayton (interference) 9:19;
Mich. - Switzer (roughing) 16:15;
Mich. Tech."-Kennedy (roughing)
16:15.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: Mich.
- Watt (McDonald) 5:44; Mich.
Tech.-Coppo (Orpe) 6:04; Mich.-
Dlozzi (McDonald, Hayton) 6:56.
Penalties: Mich. Tech. - Aubry
(tripping) 3:30; Mich. Tech.-La-
Haye (tripping) 6:40; Mich.-Uns-
worth (tripping) 10:23; Mich.-Watt
(holding) 13:32; Mich. Tech.-Ken-
nedy (tripping) 15:31; Mich.-Dozzi
(roughing) 16:38; Mich. Tech --
Dockeray (roughing) 16:58.
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring: None.
Penalties: Mich. Tech. - LaHaye
(interference) 4:20; Mich. Tech.-
Wylie (tripping) 5:47; Mich. Tech.-
Wojick (hooking) 12:25; Mich. -
Hayton (high sticking and 10 mini-
ute misconduct, and game miscon-
duct) 14:41; Mich. Tech. -- Coppo
(holding the puck) 19:56.

Indiana ...........10
Michigan State ..... 9
Purdue............ 9
Ohio State .......... S
Northwestern ......8S
Iowa..... 7
MICHIGAN . 6
Illinois.............5
Minnesota . 5
Wisconsin............3

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Michigan State's John Green
was high man for the afternoon
with 23 points. Indiana's Archie
Dees, top Conference scorer, was
held to 14 points, well below his
24-point average but was "playing
a team game," he said afterward.
Wilkinson, last minute hero for
the Hoosiers, was high for his
team with 17 points.
Thesellout crowd of 12,350rin
Jenison Field House and the re-
gional television audience saw a
rough game with plenty of fouls,
elbowing, wrestling and head on
collisions. The Spartans, appar-
ently bothered by championship
jitters played a stumbling game in
the first half.
Northwestern trounced Illinois,
88-72, to gain its best Big Ten
record in 12 years. Joe Ruklick led
the Wildcats, scoring 40 points to
break the school record.
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