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T. JANUARY 7, 1958

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE T1!REM

Y. JANUARY 7. 1958 TUE MIChiGAN DAILY

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(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan moved ahead again
30-23 with two and a half minutes
to go but Wisconsin bounced back,
holding the Wolverines scoreless,
and left the court at half-time
with its one-point lead on the
strength of- Bob Litzow's set shot
from the corner just before the

'Pe te-rified'
WISCONSIN G F P T
Litzow 3 0-0 2 6
P'amperin 0 0-0 0 0
Barneson 2 3-5 3 7
Barnard 1 0-0 4 2
Clow 1 1-2 1 3
Borland 0 0-0 0 0
Gross 2 0-2 2 4
Holt 2 4-4 1 8
Murray 0 0-2 0 0
Rogneby0 0-0 0 0
gneby 7 4-6 1 18
Serbiak 0 1-2 0 1
TOTALS 18 13-23 14
MICHIGAN G F P T
Burton 6 5-6 1 17
Rogers 1 0-0 1 2
Lee 44 3 12
Tarrier 0 0-0 1 0
Tillotson 8 7-8 2 23
Gualtieri 0 0X0 0 0
Miler 2 0-0 2 4
Lewis . 5 0-0 4 10
Wright 1 0-0 2 2
Kingsburgy 0 0-1 0 0
Farris 0 0-0 0 0
TOTALS 27 16-19 16
Wisconsin 31 18-49
Michigan 30 40-70

Wisconsin's zone defense forced
the extremely-cold Wolverines to
shoot from outside. Michigan hit
only 11 of 40 shots in the half.
Accuracy from the foul line
kept Michigan near Wisconsin as
they hit their first'eight attempts
before Burton missed the ninth
try with a minute and a half to
go.
Lee knotted the count at 31 all
with a foul shot to open the sec-
ond half scoring and from there
the Wolverines were never headed.
He put in a second foul shot 32
seconds later to put Michigan in
front and for all intents and pur-
poses the game was over.
The game marked the first
home appearance for the new
Michigan starting lineup. While
on the western trip over the holi-
days Coach Bill Perigo shifted Lee
back to a forward and inserted
sophomores Terry Miller and Jack
Lewis at the guards.

UP AND IN-Michigan's Pete Tillotson (33) dunks another
two-pointer in last night's contest as three Badgers watch his
perfect form. The visitors had a good opportunity to watch him
score as he counted 23 points in Michigan's 70-49 win.
FACE INDIANA NEXT:
Matmen Los to Ft

NCAA Puts
Two Schools
OnProbation
By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA - M e m p h is
State University and the Univer-
sity of Wichita last night were
found guilty by the NCAA councilI
of violation of the association's
athletic code.
Memphis State was placed on
two years probation and barred
from all NCAA tournaments and
cooperating events. Wichita re-
ceived one year's probation but
can compete in tournaments. The
probation is effective immediately.
Violate Admission Articles
Specifically Memphis State was
found guilty of violating articles
which covered student admission
and financial aid arrangements.
Wichita was in violation of the
amateur rule .and administration
of aid.
The council, making the an-
nouncement at the annual NCAA
convention, said three student
athletes who represented Mem-
phis State in inter-collegiate bas-
ketball competition w e r e not
admitted to the university in ac-
cordance with the entrance re-
quirements as published in the
university's catalogue.
The council did not identify the
athletes other than to say that
they are still members of the
Memphis State basketball team.
Pacers Fire
Head Coach
. GREEN BAY, Wis. (If) - Lisle
"Lis" Blackbourn was fired as
head coach of the National Foot-
ball League Green Bay Packers
last night with a season to go on
his $25,000-a-year contract.
Ray "Scooter" McLean, Black-
bourn's first assistant, was named
as his successor on a one-year
contract, details of which were
not immediately revealed.

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7.
9.
10.

AP Poll
West Virginia
Kansas
North Carolina
Kansas State
Mississippi State
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Oklahoma State
Kentucky
Bradley

894
735
720
466
454
441
335
245
207
191

By AL JONES
Michigan's young wrestling team
finished its pre-Big Ten season
over Christmas vacation with great
respect for the Panther grapplers
At the Wilkes College Tourna-

1,

)enver Takes Commanding WIHL Lead
With Five Wins During Winter vacation

By SI COLEMAN
One-third of the WIHL season
is over, and it is clear that the
league is possessed with more bal-
ance this year than ever before.
The dust that was created by
the games played during the
Christmas vacation has now
SCORES
DECEMBER 20
Denver 5, Michigan State 1
MICHIGAN 6, Colorado College 3
DECEMBER 21 t
Colorado College 7, MICHIGAN 1
Denver 4, Michigan State 2 N
DECEMBER 26
Colorado College 6, Michigan Tech 4
* DECEMBER 27
Denver 3, Michigan Tech 0
DECEMBER 28
Colorado College 5, Michigan Tech 2
DECEMBER 30
Denver 6, Michigan Tech 2
Colorado College 7, Minnesota 2
JANUARY 1
Minnesota 2, Denver 1
JANUARlY 3
Denver 4, Minnesota 2
North Dakota 9, Michigan Tech 1
JANUARY 4
Minnesota 8, Colorado College 3
North Dakota 3, Michigan Tech 2

settled, and the interested observ-
er finds that Denver spurted into
the league lead to become a def-
inite title favorite.
Michigan is solidly in third
place. The Wolverines split two
games with defending champs,
Colorado, winning the first 6-3,
and dropping the return engage-
ment, 7-l.
Slow Starters
The Wolverines have always
been known as slow starters.
They have reached the NCAA
playoffs in recent years solely on
the strength of fantastic perform-
ances the second half of the
season.
It is true that the tough part
of the schedule may be over for
Michigan, but it will be more of
an uphill battle than ever if it is
to make the playoffs for the 11th
consecutive year.
Meanwhile, the rumor'concern-
ing the breaking up of the WIHL
which The Daily reported just

prior to vacation is still very much
brewing.
An Associated Press report from
Minneapolis during the week be-
fore vacation disclosed that the
University of Minnesota is consid-
ering withdrawing from the West-
ern Intercollegiate Hockey League,
The report quoted Professor
Stanley Kinyon, the school's ath-
letic Faculty representative, as
saying that Minnesota is disturbed
by some phases of league opera-
tion and that he had heard of
similar dissatisfaction among two
other Big Ten schools in the
league."
Ike Armstrong, Minnesota's
athletic director, declared that he
felt the league has not sufficient-
ly fulfilled the objective it was set
up to do, that of promoting a well
knit organization ofcertain
schools interested in hockey.

ment on December 27 and 28 the
Wolverines saw Pitt repeat as
tourney champions while settling
for fifth themselves. Then last
Saturday the Panthers came to
Ann Arbor and h-ande d Cliff
Keen's crew a 22-6 dual-meet loss.
Face Hoosiers Friday
This week Keen is preparing his
Squad for their Big Ten dual-meet
schedule which will commence this
Friday and Saturday with a road
trip to Indiana and Illinois re-
spectively.
At the Wilkes Tournament only
four Wolverines out of 15 entrees
were able to move into the quarter-
final rounds, and only one into the
finals. Bart Kruse, a freshman
in the 115-lb. class, Mike Hoyles,
'a sophomore who wrestles at 123-
lb., Dennis Fitzgerald, a' new-
comer at 167-lb., and Steve Zer-
vas, a senior heavyweight all gain-
ed quarterfinal berths, but only
Fitzgerald and Zervas moved into
the semi-finals.
Zervas won his semi-final match
but lost in the finals to Dave Dun-
lap of Cornell, 4-1. Fitzgerald lost
in the semi-finals to Dave John-
son of Pittsburgh, 6-1, and John-
son went on to win that division
and was voted outstanding wrestler
of the tournament.
In Saturday's dual-meet loss to
Pittsburgh, Larry Murray at 130-
lb. and Zervas were the only Wol-
verines to win, accounting for
Michigan's six points. Murray de-
feated Charles Moyer, 8-7, while
Zervas downed Alex Skirpan, 6-5.
The top match of the afternoon
was that between Pitt star Vic
DeFelice and Michigan captain
Max Pearson. The Panther won
6-0, but the match was much
closer than the score indicates.

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STALL INJURED:
Gym Squad Prepares
For Big Ten Opener

Denver
Colorado
MICHIGI
North Da
Minnesol
Michigan
Michigan

WIHL STANDINGS-
W L
8 2
College 6 4
AN 2 4
akota 3 1
ta 3 3
nState 1 3

PF
2
4
4
3
2

PA
1
8
2
3
6

Tech

1 6 1 11

Intra-squad meets every day
this week culminating with their
first Conference meet with Min-
nesota Saturday is the harsh
Hanley Stars
A gainst West
Michigan's swimming squad saw
little competitive action over the
two week Christmas recess.
However, almost the entire
squad under the tutelage of Swim
Coach Gus Stager and Diving
Coach Bruce Harlan, practiced in
preparation for the coming Big
Ten season which begins this
weekend.
Dick Hanley represented Michi-
gan on the East team in the East-
West swim meet at Fort Lauder-
dale, Florida. The West beat the
East 201-196, but Hanley put in
a spectacular performance for the
losing East team.
Hanley won the 200-meter free-
style race, anchored the 200-meter
freestyle relay and swam the first
lap of the 400-meter freestyle re-
lay.
MacKay Wins
In Tourney
Barry MacKay of America's
Davis Cup team and former NCAA
Singles Champion from the Uni-
versity of Michigan advanced into
the quarterfinals of the West Aus-
tralian tennis championships.
The tall netter joined Ron

schedule which faces Michigan's
gymnastics team.
Coach Newt Loken's biggest
worry is still the side horse event
which finds the Maize and Blue
severely lacking. With the excep-
tion of Captain Ed Gagnier, the
Wolverines are lacking in poten-
tial high point getters.
Another worry is Al Stall. The
junior gymnast received a toe in-
jury while competing in the An-
nual Winter Gymnastics Clinic in
Sarasota Florida and although he
will compete Saturday, he will be
at a definite disadvantage.
On the brighter side is trampo-
linist Ed Cole's great showing
down at Sarasota. The Big Ten
champ walked off with two more
titles by winning both the North-
South and the National Junior
AAU trampoline crowns.

NX'N
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for making our year a nice one1
We hope that 1958 is
a good year for all of you
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