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Spartan Icers Win, 3-1;
Rematch Here Tonight


M' Coach Receives Wrestling Award

(Continued from Page 1)
goal, but from this point Michigan
never again seriously challenged.
The two teams settled down and
played a fast skating, hard check-
ing contest for the remaining
minutes of play.
Many times both teams would
start an offensive charge, but
sloppy stick handling and poor
MSU Blues
Christofferson (Jasson, Polano) 7:16;
MSU -- F. DeVuono (Porke, Arm-
strong) 16:22. Penalties: Michigan -
Wills (illegal body check) 5:36; MSU
--Norman (tripping) 8:24; MSU -
Norman (tripping) 10:47; MSU -- E.
Polesel (delay of game) 18:39.
ECOND PERIOD: Scoring: Michi-
ga --Starr (Hayton) 3:30. Penalties:
Michigan - Wills (roughing) 1:21;
MSU -- Jasson (roughing) 1:21; Mich-
igan-Hutton (tripping) 13:44; Mich-
igan - White (elbowing) 18:35.
MacKenzie (unassisted) 5:21. Penal-
ties: MSU - Polano (interference)
:39;\MSU A- Jasson (holding) 17:32.

stick handling would make the
drive ineffective.
Goalies Star
The outstanding feature of the
game was undoubtedly the play
of the opposing ' goalies. Both
Childs" and Selinger made unbe-
lievable saves all evening. Childs
stopped 34 shots compared with
Selinger's 31 saves.
Michigan State protected its
one-goal lead until 5:21 of the
final frame when Bill MacKenzie,
who Was not even supposed to play
last night, grabbed a loose puck in
front of the Michigan cage and
scored to literally put the game on
Missing Men
Both teams were light the serv-
ices of one man. Richard Hamil-
ton, who was hit by a stick in a
scrimmage and sustained a frac-
tured cheekbone, was hospitalized.
Don Gourley was out for Michi-
Michigan State, a team which
Broadcast Time
Two Ann Arbor radio stations
will carry the Michigan-Michi-
gan State hockey game.
WHRV-AM will carry the en-
tire game, beginning at 8:00
p.m., and WUOM-FM will pick
up the third period following
the completion of the Michi-
gan - Ohio State basketball
broadcast. -

could not beat a Michigan hockey
squad in 30 years, has now gainedj
two victories over the Wolverines1
in a single season. The Spartans
have lost one decision to Michi-
Game Today
Tickets for tonight's game can
be purchased at the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building until 12
noon, and at the box office of the.
Coliseum prior to the game.

Michigan wrestling coach Cliff
Keen will be presented with the
highest honor yet devised in the
wrestling world this afternoon,
At 3 p.m., Just before the Wol-
verine grapplers take on powerful
Iowa, Keen will be given a plaque
that will make him a member of
the newly-formed College Wrest-
ling Hall of Fame.
An Original Member
He will be one of the original
members of the group, which is a
function of Helm's Foundation,
Thus, he is being designated as
one of the most outstanding per-
sonalities in the collegiate wrest-
ling world.
The presentation will be made
by Michigan's Athletic Director,
H. O. "Fritz" Crisler, on behalf of
the foundation.
The Hall of Fame has been
selected by a group of sports writ-

Besides coaching, Keen was a equipment, as he has designed 'Keen is second only to baseba
wrestler himself at Oklahoma both wrestling helmets and knee mentor Ray Fisher in length
A&M, graduating in 1924. pads which has enjoyed wide and service to Michigan as a coat
His contributions to the sport successful use in collegiate and and he is dean of- the Big T
have also been in the field of high school wrestling circles. grappling coaches.

... highest honor

More Sports
On Page 5

Colorado College
North Dakota
Michigan State
Michigan Tech

W L Pct. Pts. PL
9 5.643 14 6
9 7 .563 14 6
8 4 .669 9 7
9 7.563 9 7
7 8 .467 8 10
5 8 .385 7 12
3 11 .214 3 15

ers, coaches, and officials who are
familiar with the college scene.
The group is intended to func-
tion for college wrestling much as
the famous Major League Baseball
Hall of Fame has for that sport,
and the honor is to be considered
on a level with the usual all-time
all-American honors in other
Keen is in his 32nd year at the
Michigan wrestling helm, and dur-
ing this time has turned out nine
championship squads and 12 run-
ners-up in Big Ten competition.

Michigan State 3, Michigan 1
Minnesota at N. Dakota (incomplete)


New York 3, Chicago I



Tank, Mat, Gym Squads at Home Today

Strong Natators Challenged
By Indiana, Northwestern

Split Michigan Team Hosts
Central Michigan Gymnasts

Indiana's and Northwestern's
swim teams should be humble
guests this afternoon to a power-
ful Michigan host at the Varsity
Exhibition Pool.
The meet, which will start at
2:36 p.m., will be a double dual-
meet. It will be scored on the same
basis as a regular dual meet.
Michigan coach Gus Stager calls
this meet a "build-up" for the im-
portant one next Saturday against
Michigan State, reigning Big Ten
Indiana on Decline
The once mighty Indiana team
that beat Michigan two years ago
and lost a close one last year is
considered no real threat for the
Big Ten championship this year.
Coach Jim Counsilman considers
this a rebuilding year and feels
the Hoosiers will end up some-
where around the middle of the
rugged Big Ten.
Northwestern is not considered
a threat at all, and was beaten
last night by Michigan State's
Spartans, 69-35:,
The chief threat from North-
western will come from Paul Shutt,
who placed in last year's Big Ten
meet. Shutt, a senior, swims the
220-yd., 440-yd. and 1,500 meters.
Loses Stars
The chief reason for Indiana's
drop in standing is the loss of
Olympians Bill Woolsey and Dick
Tanabe. These two, the greatest
in Indiana swimming history, were
a strong team in themselves.
The squad is now divided be-
tween eight lettermen and eight
sophomores, with only four sen-
iors. The medley relay - made up
of Lew Cook, Capt. Ron Honda,

Dick Kennady and Gerald Miki-
and Barry Yap in the 200-yd.
breaststroke appear to be the only
threats in the line-up.
Wolverines at Best
Coach Stager has the Michigan
squad going full strength with the
Wolverines best in each event.
Dick Hanley will spotlight the
440-yd. freestyle and, along with
Pete Fries, will swim the 220. Carl
Woolley will highlight the 50- and
100-yd. sprints and Cy Hopkins
should win the 200-yd. breast-
stroke and individual medley.

... Hawkeye champ

Tough Iowa Grapp ers
Proie'1'Stern Test

Iowa's wrestling team, sporting
a 4-1 dual meet conference record,
invades Ann Arbor today to take
on the Wolverines, who thus far
have won over only Northwestern
and Purdue.
The Hawkeyes, however, will be
without the services of two of their
outstanding grapplers, Ralph
Rieks and Gordon Trapp. Rieks is
the Big ' Ten 137 - lbs. champion
while Trapp is an outstanding
heavyweight. Both have been de-
clared in eligible because of scho-
lastic difficulties.
Top Material
Despite these losses, the Hawk-
eyes will still be loaded with top
material. Of these, the most not-
able is Simon Roberts, who is the
NCAA 147-lb. champion. Roberts
has yet to be beaten this year.

Gary Kurdelmeier, at 177-lbs., is
defending Big Ten champion, and
in the 123-1b. class, Iowa has jun-
ior Larry Moser.
According to Wolverine Coach
Cliff Keen, the Hawkeyes are
much stronger this year than they
have,been in previous years. They
have compiled an overall record
of 7-2, including a victory over
top-rated Minnesota, and are im-
proving with every meet.
"Also Improving"
"But, our boys are also improv-
ing every day and you can never
tell what might happen," he said.
Three changes have been made
in the Wolverine lineup for to-
day's match. Captain Max Pear-
son has been returned to his 137-
lb. spot after wrestling against
Minnesota at 147-lbs. Wrestling at
167-lbs. will be Tom Leith, at 147-
lbs., Dick Summerwell.

A divided Michigan gym team
plans to test their depth when
they meet Central Michigan this
afternoon at 4 p.m. in the I-M
In order to prepare the squad
for the Big Ten Meet through
competitive experience, the gym-
nasts will be split into a maize
team and a blue team and will
make up two-thirds of the tri-
angular match.
Two Stars
Central Michigan, the third
part, is paced by two all-around
performers, Dick Malla and Ken
Kuehn, who serve as the team's
work horses by participating in
the free exercise, highbar, paral-
lel bars, rings, and tumbling
Chico Miele, Central Michigan's
coach, although under a different
name now, should be familiar to
Michigan gym fans. Formerly Chi-
co San Antonio, he was captain of
the 1956 Wolverine gymnasts, and
placed second in the Big Ten
parallel bars event his senior year.
Changed Name
Since then he has changed his
name to Miele and taken up the
reins of the Chippewas' gym squad.
In his first year there, he finds his
team lacking in depth in all events
but the free exercise, where Malla
and Kuehn will probably press the
Wolverine contingent.
In a feature event, Dana Lar-
sen will attempt to break the ex-
isting 20-ft. rope climb record by
ascending the distance in five sec-
Ed Gagnier will lead the maize
squad, which will include Ed Cole,
Barry Feinberg and Wolfgang Do-


zauer plus Chuck Clarkson, and
Jack Eckle.
Dick Kimball captains the blue
team with Bill Skinner, Dana Lar-
sen, Al Stall, Frank Newman, Ca-
nadian trampoline champion, Bill
Skinner, a new addition to the
team, and Jim Hayslett.

This interesting, fact-filed
boob is certain to be informn-
alyif r all college engi-
neering students looping
forward to their future

Handballers Play Here


Handball players from Michi-
gan, Wayne State and Michigan
State will compete in an informal
tournament today in the I - M
Building at 1:00 p.m.r
U.S. Skaters
Lead in Paris
PARIS (P)-America's domina-1
tion of the world figure skating
championships continued yester-
day as David Jenkins of Colorado
Springs, Colo., retained his men's
title and pretty, 18-yr. old Carol
Heiss of Ozone Park, N. Y., estab-
lished a long lead in the women's

There will be no formal team
scores kept and Michigan will
enter two four men teams in the
matches. The Wolverines were
forced to enter two teams because
Detroit, which in the past has
sent representatives, was entered
in a tournament in the Motor City.
The meet will have a round
robin schedule and the Michigan
palyers will draw lots before it
starts to see who will play on each
There will be two singles and
one doubles team in each match.
Bill Boonstra, who plays for Mich-
igan, organized the meet.
St. Louis 104, Minneapolis 100
Detroit 111, Boston 109
New York 103, Cincinnati 92


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