SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1958
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAQ~
Michigan cers Lose,
To Meet Illinois
Minnesota Triumph Sends
Michigan Into Sixth Place
(Continued from Page 1)
- From then on the home tea
t.Hbore down and 10 minutes lat
session before the game. His cut after effectively stifling the Mic
on the nose required three stitches, igan offenese, moved into a tw
but he was still able to put in a goal lead when its top score
go insota's ron Grafstrom ingman Dick Burg skated in u
opened the evening's scoring by dsaE ethids.
whipping the puck past Childs at Even Third Period
8:02 of the first perior after taking The third period also featur
a pass from wingmani Murray aggressive play from both tean
with Michigan and Minneso
Williamson. traing goals.
g uk Deflects off Pads relky Dozzi continued to suff
Brooks got the first of his pair from his back injury and the on
nine minutes later when his shot other injured Wolverine was M
hit Child's pads and deflected into Donald who was shaken up in t
the Michigan net. During the en- first p5eriod but came back to p1
tire period the Gopher offense was the rest of the game.
putting on the pressure, while Tonight Michigan will meet t
Michigan's goal-getters were un- Gophers here again and hope'
able to organize a successful of- salvage at least a split in the cr
fensive threat. cial series.
The second period found the STATISTICS
Wolverines improving as they FIRST PERIOD: Scoring: Minnesot
scored their first goal at 3:17 when -Grafstrom (Williamson, Pearson
Neil McDonald took a pass from 8:02; Minnesota-Brooks (unassisted
S rry tonanbeat Penalties: none.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: Mich
'M' Five Has Height, Weight Advantage
In Tonight's Encounter with Speedy Illini
I NBA SCORES
Detroit 125. St. Louis 107
Syracuse 105, New~ York 102
F Boston 114, Minneapolis 88
Cncinnati 103. Philadelphia 100
By RUDE DIFAZIO
Tonight in Yost Field House, the
12 men of the Michigan basketball
team face their hour of decision.
At 8 p.m., when they trot onto
the court to take on Illinois, they
will be forced to make a choice,
ready or not.
The question facing them is not
new or difficult: victory or defeat.
But the choice that is made will
give a good indication as to where
the Wolverines will finish in this
year's Big Ten race.
A victory coupled with a Michi-
gan State loss to Indiana and an
Ohio State loss to Purdue would
vault the Wolverines into first
place. A loss would drop them out
of contention into the second divi-
Michigan will go into the game
... makes 32 saves
... top Illini scorer
W L T P
[ontreal .......34 11 6 7
ew York ......20 22 9 4
etroit ........20 23 8 4
oston .........18 22 11 4
oronto ........17 23 10 4
hicago ........18 26 6 4
gan - McDonald (Hayton, Switzer)
3:17; Minnesota - Burg (unassisted)
13:14. Penalties: Michigan - White
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring: Michigan
Unsworth (McDonald) 8:04; Minne-
sota - Brooks (Alm) 13:16. Penalties:
Michigan-Switzer (illegal checking);
Michigan - Dozzi (illegal checking);
Minnesota - Melnychuk (tripping).
College Cage Results
Oregon State 62, Oregon 37
North Texas 60, Hardin-Sim-
Texas A&M 60, Baylor 51
Yale 81, Penn 68
Minnesota Trounces Wrestlers, 18-11;
Gopher Surge Overcomes 11-8 Deficit
Special to The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota's
defending Big Ten championship
wrestling team won the last two
matches on pins to defeat Michi-
gan 18-11 last night in Minnea-
The Wolverines were leading
11-8 going into the last two bouts
of the evening; then Minnesota's
New Yorl' at Detroit
Boston at Toronto
Chicago at Montreal
HOPKINS SETS RECORD:
Swimmers Sink Iowa State, 68-22
Special to The Daily
AMES, Ia. - A hapless Iowa
State swimming squad succumbed
to the Michigan juggernaut here
at the Iowa State swimming pool
last night, 68-22.
Michigan's Cy Hopkins was the
star of the meet as he set a new
- American record in the 200-yd.
breaststroke knocking four seconds
off the previous mark of 2:25.2, set
by Frank Modine of Michigan
State earlier this year. The tow-
headed Michigan star swam the
distance in 2:21.0.
Besides Hopkins, Dick Hanley,
Carl Woolley, Tony Tashnick, Ted
Reissing and Pete Fries also finish-
ed in first place for the Wol-
Wolverine swim coach Gus Stag-
er attempted to have his stars set
records in several events but only
Hopkins was able to come through.
The 200-yd. butterfly was shorten-
ed to 100-yds. to give sophomore
Tashnick a chance to break the
existing mark of :55.4 held by
Roger Harmon of Michigan State
but he fell a second short. Carl
Woolley also was about a second
shy of the American record in the
The 60-yd. freestyle replaced the
normal 50-yd. event since the Iowa
State pool is only 20-yds. long as
compared to a normal pool length
A capacity crowd was treated to
a fine diving contest with the
Cyclone's Dale Wassmuth edging
the Wolverines' acting Captain Ed
Cole, 251.3 to 251.2. Alvaro Gaxiola
of Michigan was third.
The divers had to dive under
precarious conditions using a 14
foot board as compared to the
normal 16 foot board.
This afternoon the Wolverines
meet Iowa's Big Ten contenders at
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY -- 1. 'M'
(McGinley, Matin, Pongracz, Fries);
2. ISC. Time 3:58.1
220-YD. FREESTYLE-Hanley (M);
2. Prunk (M); 3. Gleason (ISC}. Time
60-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Woolley
(M); 2. Petkus (ISC); 3. Shearer
(ISC). Time :28.4
DIVING -- 1. Wassmuth (ISC); 2.
Cole (M); 3. Gaxiola (M). Total 251.3
100-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Tashnick
(M); 2. Mlnarik (ISC); 3. Pongracz.
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1.. Petkus
(ISC); 2. Prunk (M); 3. Begg (ISC).
200-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1. Reis-
sing (M); 2. McGinley (M); 3. Ellis
(ISC). Time 2:15.5
440-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Fries
(M); 2. Ftzhugh (M); 3. Gleason
(ISC). Time 4:46.9
200-YD. BREASTSTROIkE-1. Hop-
kins (M); 2. Matin (M); 3. Graham
(ISC). Time 2.21.0 (New American
record-- old record - Modine, MSU,
1958 - 2:25.2.)
FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. 'M' (Fitz-
hugh, Prunk, Tashnick, Pongracz);
The Philippine - Michigan
Club beat the Pill Pushers
Thursday night, 30-23 rather
than the reversed score pre-
viously published in yesterday's
Bill Wright, wrestling in the 177
lb. class, won five points by pin-
ning Michigan's Carl Lutomski in
That made the score 13-11 in
Minnesota's favor and set the
stage for the decisive heavyweight
match between Dave Herbold of
Minnesota and Michigan's Fred
Olm, who was wrestling his first
Herbold got the first take down
and after several near escapes by
Olin he managed to get Olmn in a
pin hold and won the bout at 1:55.
The five points won by Herbold
brought the score to its final total,
The evening's most exciting
match was in the 130 lb. class
between Larry Murray of Michi-
gan and Dick Mueller of Minne-
Mueller is a former NCAA cham-
pion as well as defending Big 10
123 lb. champion. Murray, an un-
derdog, led all the way until the
last few seconds when Mueller
managed to eek out a draw. Mur-
ray's performance came as some-
what of a surprise and was very
encouraging for future events.
Coach Cliff Keen tried a bit of
strategy in an attempt to beat the
Gophers. He moved Lloyd Ham-
mady from the 147 lb. class down
to the 137 lb. class, while moving
Captain Max Pearson from the
137 lb. class into Hammady's spot
in 147 lb. division. The move turn-
ed out to be a draw as Hammady
easily outwrestled Bill Johnson for
a 7-2 victory.
Hammady dominated the bout
throughout nearly pinning his
opponent on several occasions.
Pearson on the other hand found
the move too much as he was
beaten by Minnesota's Jim Reif-
steck, 9-2. Pearson put up a game
battle, but Reifsteck was too big
for him to handle.
Jack Marchello won a victory
for the Wolverines in 167 lb. class
by defeating Joe Paddock, 6-2.
Marchello got the first take down
and dominated the bout there-
In the 123 lb. division Michi-
gan's Mike Hoyles defeated Chuck
Punty in close match, 5-4.
Immediately after the match the
Wolverine's left for Ames, Iowa
where they meet Iowa State this
123 POUND: Mike Hoyles (W) def.
Chuck Prunty (G), 5-4.
130 POUND: Larry Murray (W) and
Dick Mueller (G) drew.
137 POUND: Lloyd Hammady (W)
def. Bill Johnson (G), 7-2.
147 POUND: James Reifsteck (G) def.
Max Pearson (W), 9-2.
157 POUND: Ron Baker (G) def.
Wayne King (W), 6-4.
167 POUND: Jack Marchello (W) def.
Joe Paddock (G), 6-2.
177 POUND: Bill Wright (G) pinned
Carl Lutomski (WV), 2:00.
HWY: Dave Herbold (G) pinned Fred
Olm (W), 1:55.
with a decided advantage on the
backboards. It's taller and heavier
front line of Pete Tillotson, 6'6",
M. C. Burton, 6'5", and George
Lee, 6'4", should have little trouble
Illinois' front line will be giving
at least three inches and 30-lbs.
per man to the Wolverines.
Center Govoner Vaughn, 6'31",
180-lbs., and forwards Mannie
Jackson, 6'21", 175-lbs., and John
Tonight's basketball game
with Illinois will be broadcast
over WUOM and WHRV start-
ing at 7:55 p.m.
Paul, 6'1", 175-lbs., have been able
to pull down 90, rebounds in six
games. In contrast Michigan's
front line has grabbed 198 re-
bounds in one less game.
Illini Boast Speed
Illinois makes up for this in-
adequacy in speed and shooting
ability. In six Conference games
they have averaged 76 points per
game while winning two. Michigan
has averaged only 70.
Guard Don Ohl is the top scorer
with a 23.5 average. He is followed
by guard Roger Taylor and Jack-
son with over 14 point averages,
Paul with over 13, and Vaughn
with over 12.
Monday night, Michigan will
face the same type of scoring
balance when it meets Minnesota
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of the week this afternoon.
They are led by an old nemisis
of the Wolverines in forward
George Kline, currently tied for
fourth place in scoring with a
20.3 average. Center Ron Johnson
is averaging about 15 points, guard
Roger Johnson, almost 14 points,
and forward Tom Benson; over 12
Minnesota has grabbed 271 re-
bounds, the same number as
Michigan, but the Gophers have
played two more games.
Different Style of Play
Minnesota's style of play will
be the complete opposite of the
shorter, faster Illini. The Gophers
have in Ron Johnson, 6'7", one of
the best hook shots in the Confer-
ence to add tt the sometime
phenominal jump shot of Kline.
Offensively, therefore, they are
more deliberate in setting up plays,
Michigan will have to quickly
adjust their defense and style of
play if they hope to keep on the
victory road, presuming, that is,
that they win tonight.
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By JIM BENAGH
Coach Don Canham's young
track team will get a stern test
this afternoon and evening when
the 32-man Wolverine contingent
battles for honors against 375 ath-
letes in the 32nd Annual Michigan
State belays at East Lansing.
Preliminaries begin at 2 p.m.
and finals get underway at 7:30
Michigan will tangle with 20
other squads, including seven Big
Ten schools, four Big Eight powers
and such independent standouts
as Notre Dame and Western
Competition will be high in all
19 events, especially in the relays
which receive emphasis from most
Michigan is entered in four of
the six relays and will compete
for trophies although there is no
Gray to, Run
The Wolverines are not favored
in any of the relays, but will prob-
ably provide tough opposition for
top-seeded Oklahoma in the sprint
medley. Canham will have three
sophomores on that team, with
Cam Gray substituting for gradu-
ated Laird Sloan.
Sloan recently teamed with the
other three members, Jim Simp-
son, John Twomey and Don
Matheson to win the Michigan
AAU sprint medley. Their time,
however, was about 13 seconds off
the 3:26.5 American indoor record
set by Canham's great combina-
tion in the 1956 MSU Relays.
Gray is a sound prospect for
anchorman, having won the Mich-
igan AAU 1000-yd. run.
Captain Brendan O'Reilly is
rated Michigan's only favorite. He
and Wisconsin captain, Sam My-
lin are the outstanding high jump
prospects. The lanky Irishman
holds the Michigan indoor amrk
at 6'7%" and was the 1956 Big
Ten outdoor titlist.
Pete Stanger, Michigan's best
hurdle prospect in the past few
years, will lead the shuttle-hurdle
crew and will also enter the 75-
yd. high and low sticks.
Robin Varian, Milt Robinson,
Jim Simpson and Matheson could
provide some surprises in the mile
relay, an event in which Michigan
is always dangerous.
In the two-mile contest, how-
ever, Varian and Ernie Simms are
the only experienced Michigan
runners, while Oklahoma, Kan-
sas and Michigan State will all
be aiming at the 7:42.0 record set
by the Wolverines in 1952.
Lou Williams, Mamon Gibson,
Ermin Crownley, Freeman Wat-
kins, Milt Robinson and Geert
Keilstrup will represent the Wol-
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