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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1938 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Caers Wi
'4 Michigan Cops Big Ten Lead
As Lee Sparks Team Lead.
(Continued from Page 1)

88- 1 Ntators

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Tashnick Sets Pool Record,
Hopkins Takes Two Events

NHL STANDINGS
W L T Pts.
Montreal ......... 34 11 6 74
New York .......... 21 22 9 51
Boston.............. 19 22 11 49
Detroit ........20 24 8 48
Toronto............. 17 24 10 44
Chicago ............ 18 26 6 42
YESTERDAY'S SCORES
New York 5, Detroit 2
Boston 7, Toronto 3
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point average, hit for 21, while
M. C. Burton added 20.
The scoring balance continued
through the guards, as Jack Lewis
t got 10, Terry Miller added 7 and
substitute Billy Wright got 6.
In the rebounding department
Michigan swamped Illinois. The
Wolverines had a height advan-
M tage at almost every position, and
grabbed away 71 rebounds to the
Illini's 46.
t Lee- was again top man, as he
pulled down an amazing 28 re-
bounds. Tillotson and Burton also
responded well, as they got 14 and
13 respectively.
The wide Michigan edge in re-
bounds was the death-blow to Illi-
nois, since the Wolverines often
got as many as five shots at the
basket before the Illini could break
up the scoring threat.

The Wolverines were able to get
many tip-ins, and the forward line
of Lee, Burton and Tillotson star-
red in this department.
Aside from the rebounding ad-
vantage, Michigan also outshined
the Illinois squad in defense. Both
teams played a man-to-man style,
but the Illini often seemed to fold
up in front of the hard Wolverine
charge. J
The "M" cagers counted almost
half of their points on drive-in
layups, while the Illini were forced
to shoot from the outside. Accur-
acy on jump shots on the part of
John Paul, Don Ohl and Govonor
Vaughn was all that kept Illinois
in the game during the second
half.
Team Effort
All of the Wolverine players
added much to the team effort,
although some stood out above
others. Lee played by far his best
game of the season, as he excelled
in both scoring and rebounding.
Perhaps the greatest difference in
his showing last night and his
previous games this year was the
fact that he shot only when he
was open, and made most of them.
The Illinois team went into a
full press near the end of the
game, but the Wolverines easily
passed through it, and Wright got
two quick layups that spoiled all
chances for an Illinois comeback.
The victory placed Michigan in
the role of Big Ten leader, thanks
to an Indiana victory over former
leader Michigan State. The Hoos-
iers edged the Spartans, 82-79, last
night. In addition, Purdue downed
Ohio State, 83-63, to take second
place.

-Daily-Fred Shippey
SCOOPING CENTER-Michigan's Pete Tillotson, receiving some,
physical help from Terry Miller and some moral help from M. C.
Burton, scoops the ball awa'y from an Illinois defender.

TONY TASHNICK
... sets pool record

ill-inn
ILLINOIS FG
Jackson, f.... 10-2
Paul, f....... 8 5 1
Vaughn, c ... 9
Ohl, g ....... 7 9 2
Taylor;g ..... 2
Gosnell, g .... 1
Perry, c...... 0
Bunkenburg, f 1
Frandsen, g .. 1
Haller, f...... 00

74
of
'r FT
0-1
3-5
2-3
B-9
8-9
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0

PF
1
3
2
3
1
1
1
1.
0
0
13
PF
2
1
4
4
5
1
0
0

TP
23
20
21
12
4
0
2
2
0
81
TP
23
20
7
6
0

White's Third Period 'Hat-Trick' Sends
Ice Sqiad to 4-2 Victory over Minnesota

provided by "M" sophomore Tony
Tashnick in the 200-yd, butterfly.
In posting a new pool record
Tashnick trimmed one-half of a
second off the old mark of Ron
Hondo of Indiana, set last year, to
establish a time of 2:13.3.
In regarding his squad's per-
formance Stager said, "The boys
weren't swimming as well tonight
as they did last night at Iowa
State. The reason for this lies in
the fact that we got in front right
away and there wasn't anything
pushing us after we took that big
lead."
'Well Satisfied'
Stager csontinued, "I have been
well satisfied by the team on this
trip. However, this meet showed
us that we have a lot of work to
do and that we're going to have
to start hustling."
An unusual factor in the meet
appeared in the Hawkeye's cap-
ture of six firsts of the contest's
eleven events.'
One of the Iowa victories came
in the upset of NCAA diving cham-
pion Dick Kimball by the Hawk-
eyes' Jake Quick.
STATISTICS
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY -1. (M)
(McGinley, Matin, Pongracz, Browne);
2. (I) (Fruehling, Jones, Anderson,
Davidson); 4:05.6
220-YD. FREESTYLE -1. Hanley
(M); 2. Fries (M); 3. Coles (I); 2:09
50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Morris (I);
2. Woolley (M); 3. Pratt (I); :22.3
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-1.
Hopkins (M); 2. Tashnick (M); 3.
Zashow (1); 2:19
DIVING-1. Quick (I); 2. Kimball
(M); 3. Mills (I); Total 263.3 r
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Tashnick
(M); 2. Poncracz (M); 3. Jones (I);
2:13.3 (New pool record-old record,
Hondo, Indiana, 1957-2:13.8)
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Morris
(I); 2. Hanley (M); 3. Coles (I); :50.3
200-YD BACKSTROKE - 1. Hurring
(I); 2. Reissing (M); 3. Fruehling (I);
2:10.5
440-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Ellis (I);
2. Fitzhugh (M); 3. Zastrow (I);
4:51.6 BS
200-YD. BREAST STROKE -I'.
Hopkins (M); 2. Matin (M); 3. Jones
(I); 2:28.3
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - "I"
(Pratt, Davidson, Coles, Morris); 2.
"M" (Browne, Poncracz, Tashnick,
Reissing) 3:26

Besides Morris, the only other
double winner of the flight was the
Wolverines' Cy Hopkins. Hopkins
finished first in both the 200-yd.
individual and the 200-yd. breast-
stroke with the respective clock-
ings of 2.:19 and 2:28.3.
Concerning Iowa's future for
the remainder of this season, the
last for 67-year-bld Hawkeye swim
mentor Dave Armbuster, Stager
predicted improvement for the
squad and rated it third in the
conference at present.
In their next meet, the Wolver-
ines will attempt to defend their
unmarred record against Indiana
University in their home pool Feb.
15.

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MINNEAPOLIS-The Wolverine
hockey team blasted out of their
locker room at the beginning of
the third period of play last night,
scored four goals, and beat the
Minnesota Gophers, 4-2, at Wil-
liams Arena in Minneapolis.
Bob White, who has been having
trouble scoring all season, broke
out of his doldrums to push three

TOTALS ...30 21-30

MICHIGAN FG
Lee, f......10
Burton, f .... 9
Tillotson, o .. 7
Lewis, g..... 5
Miller, g......3
Wright, g .... 3
Kingsbury, g .. 0
Tarrier, . .... 0

FT
3-3
2-3
7-7
0-1
2-4
0-2
0-0
0-0

Wolverine Wrestlers Fall;
Iowa StateTriumphs,_21-7

straight goals into the Gopher nets
in the last period of play.
At 1:48 of the third period,
White took a pass from Michigan
defenseman Barry Hayton and
beat Minnesota goalie John Mc-
Cartan. At the 7:53 mark, White
tied the score on a pass from
Bobby Watt and Neil McDonald.
White's Third Goal
White completed his hat trick
and scored the winning goal for
the Wolverines at 15:34 on a pass
from McDonald, while McCartan
was completely screened in by
three Michigan antagonizers.
Minnesota started the scoring of
the game with only 2:04 gone in
the first period. Murray William-
son took a pass from Myron Graf-
strom and cleanly beat Michigan
goalie Ross Childs.
Just two minutes and 56 seconds
later, Childs was once again beat-
en, this time by Mike Pearson.
This ended the Gopher scoring for
the night. Time and again the
Gophers put unbearable pressure
on Childs, but he played a tremen-
dous game, making a total of 40
saves.
The Wolverines started the game
off slowly, and their play was
sloppy for the first period.
One could sense the tingle of

excitem'ent as a determined Michi-
gan sextet took to the ice to begin
the third period. Once the play
started it was all Michigan, for
twenty minutes.
McDonald scored the insurance
goal with 20 seconds left in the
game on a pass from none other
than the fiery White.
This Wolverine victory was a
tremendous blow to Minnesota
chances for a playoff berth, and
Williamsonsummed up the Gopher
feelings in his statement, "I don't
care if you never come back."
This game puts Michigan back
into a tie for fifth place with
Michigan State, who lost to Mich.
Tech. last night 3-1.
STATISTICS
FIRST PERIOD: Scoring-Minne-
sota - Williamson (Grafstorn, Mel-
ynchuk) 2:04; Minnesota - Pier-
son (unassisted) 4:56. Penalties-.
Minnesota-Melynchuk (crosscheck-
ing); Minnesota-Melynchuk (charg-
ing); Michigan-White (charging).
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring-none.
Penalties - Michigan - Hayton
(charging); Minnesota-Pierson (in-
tentionally grounding puck).
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring-Michi-
gan-White (Hayton) 1:48; Michi-
gan-Whine (Watt, McDonald) 7:53;
Michigan-White (McDonald) 15:34;
Michigan-McDonald (White) 19:40.
Penalties - Michigan - Hayton
(charging and misconduct).

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TOTALS .. .37 14-20 17 88
Half-time Score-'M' 46, Ill. 39
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pct.
MICHIGAN.......4 2 .667
Purdue...........5 3 .625
Michigan State .... 4 3 .571
Iowa............. 4 3 .571
Indiana .......... 4 3 .571
Ohio State ........ 5 4 .556
Wisconsin ........ 3 4 .429
Northwestern ..... 3 5 .375
Minnesota......... 3 5 .375
Illinois........ .. 2 5 .286
YESTERDAY'S SCORES
MICHIGAN 88, Illinois 81
Purdue 83" Ohio State 63
Indiana 82, Michigan State 79
Minnesota 71, Wisconsin 66

Special to The Daily
AMES, Iowa--The Cyclones of
Iowa State whipped Michigan's
wrestlers, 21-7, in a non-confer-
ence meet here yesterday.
Iowa State, which last year fin-
ished third in the NCAA cham-
pionships, lost only one match as
it completely outclassed the Wol-
verines.
Wayne King, wrestling in the
157-lb. class, wasthe Maize and
Blue's only winner as he won a
1-0 decision over Dick Kettalson.
King scored the only point of the
bout with an escape with 1:00 left
in the final period.
Hoyles Draws
In the 123-lb. class, Mike Hoyles
and Frank Altman drew, 1-1.
Hoyles was the aggressor, but he

could not get the decisive point
from his opponent.
Jack Marchello, 167-lb. grappler,
also drew with his opponent, Ollie
Watkins. Marchello got an early
advantage, but could not manage
to hold on.
Dick Summerwill wrestled for
the Wolverines for the first time
this season and was pinned by Ron
Gray in the 147-lb. class. Gray is
the top-rated wrestlerin the coun-
try in this class and he had little
trouble defeating the untried Som-
merwill.
Captain Max Pearson got off to
a fast start against Dean Corner,
but the superior conditioned Cor-
ner caught up with Pearson and
defeated him 8-3.

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EAST LANSING - Michigan's
cindermen took a back seat to
some of the top track stars of the
midwest in the Michigan State Re-
lays ,yesterday, winning no first
places.
But it was a bad night for all
Big Ten teams in the relay divi-
sion, as their neighbors from the
plains of the Big Eight Conference
swept all 5 University relays.
No team totals were kept.
The Big Ten managed to salvage
the individual performances, as
Glenn Davis of Ohio State and
Jeffe Nixon from Wisconsin set
records along with Marquette's
pole vaulter, Ed Hoyle.
Michigan was a surprise second
to Nebraska in the shuttle-hurdle
relay.. Anchorman Pete Stanger
battled Big Eight 440-yard cham-
pion, Keith Gardner, on even
terms, but the speedy Cornhusker
had started with a five-yard lead.
Nebraska's time was :29.5 seconds,
just one-tenth second from a new
record.
Stanger, also competing in the
75-yd. high hurdles, helped push
Olympic great Davis to a meet and
Jennison fieldhouse record in that
event. The blistering Buckeye
stepped over the sticks in :08.9

seconds. Ralph Hauck, Davis'
teammate, edged Stanger for sec-
ond place.
Davis Tops Stanger
In the low hurdles, Stanger
again watched Davis' flashing
spikes tie a meet record - and
again finished third. Kansas' ernie
Shelby was runnerup.
Michigan captain Brendon
O'Reilly found trouble in the high
jump and settled for a three-way
tie for fourth at only 6'2". He ap-
parently had shoe trouble and
failed many of the lower jumps.
That event was won by Sam Mylin
of Wisconsin, Notre Dame's Tom
Sansacon, and Bob Cannon of
Kansas at 6'4".
The Wolverines' Mamon Gibson
earned a five-way tie for third in
the pole vault by soaring 13'8",
tying his personal high.

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Oklahoma's 220-yard speedster,
Dee Givens, who was also a Soon-
er quarterback, gave his team a
sound leeway to hold in the sprint
medley.
Robin Varian had given Michi-
gan a slight lead after the first
440 yards. But then Givens whizzed
past the field. Wolverine sopho-
more, Cam Gray, stunned the
Sooner team by stealing the lead
with a lap and a half to go. Jack
Parr finally managed to outdual
the fired-up Canadian, who tired
in the final yards.
Other Michigan efforts saw
Freeman Watkins taking fifth in
the 75-yd. dash, as did the mile
relay team.

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