THE MICHIGAN DAILY
PHILADELPHIA OP) - The
Philadelphia Eagles fired head
coach Hugh Devore yesterday
and Hampton Pool of the Tor-
onto Argonauts appeared the
number one choice to become
the fifth coach of the National.
Football League club since
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By CARL RISEMAN
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING-A tense strug-
gle between two of the nation's top
swim teams highlighted the third
annual Big Ten Invitational Swim-
ming Relays yesterday at Jenni-
son Gymnasium Pool.
Michigan and Michigan State
University, the NCAA and Big Ten
chempions, respectively, were the
only participants in the meet but
still managed to stage one of
the most exciting swimming shows
in recent years. An expected entry,
Ohio State, withdrew from the
meet at the last minute.
Although no official team score
was kept, Michigan won five first
places in the nine events.
A rematch of the 400-yd. medley
relay, which had resulted in a first
place tie in the NCAA finals be-
tween both teams last spring, also
resulted in the most stirring
finish. With three-quarters of
the race completed, Michigan was
trailing the Michigan State squad
by one-half body length. Carl
Woolley sprinted the final 100,
yards against Michigan State's
great freestyler, Roger Patterson.
Woolley caught the fleet Patter-
son in the final 25 yards and
nosed out the MSU star at thej
Michigan also looked exceed-
ingly good in other events. In the
first event of the meet, the 400-
yd. freestyle relay, the Wolverines
got off to a slow start against
MSU's Patterson and Gordon For-
nell. The MSU freestylers held a
commanding one-half pool length
lead at the end of 200 yards.
Woolley swam the third leg of the
ract for the Wolverines and gained
on the Spartans' Dean Taylor and
left only a two body-length deficit
for anchorman Dick Hanley.
Hanley churned the final 100
yards in a remarkable :49.6 and
passed MSU's startled Leslie Lo-
,baugh at the finish.
Powerful Illini Grapplers
Defeat Wolverines, 17-11
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MOBILE, Ala. (P) - Big Rod
Hanson of Illinois blocked a South
punt out of the end zone and gave
the North a bitterly contested
15-13 football victory over the
Rebels in the ninth annual Senior
An attempted field goal by full-
back Billy Atkins of Auburn's na-
tional championship team failed
in the last 15 seconds.
Walt Kowalczyk, Michig an
State back, put the North in the
lead with a two-yard plunge in
the first quarter. The rugged Big
Ten star was hurt on the play and
saw little service the rest of the
Mike Sommer, George Washing-
ton speedster, set up the touch-
down by returning a punt 47 yards
before Brown knocked him out of
bounds on the South 11.
The North's winning touchdown
in the fourth quarter came on a
45-yard drive with Larry Krutko
carrying over from the two.
... swims to victory
PERTH, Australia, (A) - A
sailboat excursion delayed the
men's doubles finals in the West
Tennis Championships yesterday.
Aussie stars Ma~l Anderson and
Neale Fraser defeated Barry Mac-
Kay and Ron Holmberg of the
United States, 6-2, 6-2, 10-8.
MacKay, former Michigan star,
Fraser and Anderson had thrown
the tennis committee into a tizzy
when they went out for a morn-
ing sail in the bay. The breeze
failed in the blazing summer heat,
and they arrived at the tennis
courts 95 minutes late.
Fraser and Anderson should
have won the third set 6-4, but
when leading d 3-2 on Fraser's
serve, the Americans broke when
the Aussies became careless. The
Australians dominated the first
two sets with devastating serves
and overhead smashes.
Special to The Daily
ful wrestling team extracted a
hard-earned 17-11 victory from
Michigan here this afternoon.
The defeat was Michigan's
third straight dual meet loss of
the season and its fourth in a row
to Illinois in four years.
The Wolverines, d i s p l a y i n g
much better form against Illinois
than against Indiana Friday, won
three of the eight matches and
extended veteran Illini in two
others. Max Pearson at 130 lbs.,
Jack Marchello at 167, and Karl
Lutomski at 177 hung up victories
for Coach Cliff Keen's matmen.
In addition, Michigan 130-
pounder Larry Murray made Illi-
nois' Rex Whitlatch work hard for
a 7-4 decision, and heavyweight
Steve Zervas extended Bob Nor-
man before Illinois' Big 10 and
NCAA heavyweight champion
Whitlatch, outstanding Illini
sophomore, and Murray teamed
up in the best match of the after-
noon. Both contestants exhibited
excellent wrestling t e c h n i q u e
throughout their encounter. Mur-
ray trailed by only a 4-3 score go-
ing into the third period, but
Whitlatch applied a reversal to
raise his lead to 6-3, and held off
Murray from there on.
Norman had won six straight
matches by falls before yesterday,
but Zervas extended the 235-lb.
Norman to the limit before bow-
ing by decision.
With Big 10 137-1b runnerup
Bill Muther of Illinois sidelined by
injury, Pearson had little trouble
disposing of substitute Gordon
Malstrom. Pearson had a 10-1
lead when he pinned Malstrom at
1:10 of the second period. It was
Pearson's second straight victory
Marchello managed a third-
period escape to emerge with a
4-3 decision over Bill Gabbard at
167-lbs., and Lutomski edged Don
Pierre, 3-2, at 177-lbs.
123-Moore (I) defeated Hoyles (M),
130-Whitlatch (I) defeated Murray
137-Pearson (M) pinned Malstrom
147-Tom Gabbard (I) defeated Sum-
merwill (M), 10-0
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157 Holzer (1)
bard (I), 4-3
pinned Leith (M),
(M) defeated Gab-
(M) defeated Pierre
(I) defeated Zervas
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This Week in Sports
Monday, January 13
BASKETBALL-OHIO STATE-here, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, January 15
HOCKEY-MICHIGAN STATE-here, 8 p.m.
Icy Weather demands
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. Michigan 'A' (Corby, Fries, Wooley,
Hanley), 2. Michigan State 'A'; 3. Michigan State 'B'. Time - 3.26.4. (New
Relays mark; former record - 3:32.7, Michigan State, 1956).
300-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1. Michigan 'A' (McGinley, Reissing, Adamski),
2. Michigan 'A'; 3. Michigan State ',B'. Time - 3:04.
400-YD. BREASTSTROKE-BUTTERFLY RELAY - 1. Michigan State 'A'
(Edington, Dobler, Modine, Harmon), 2. Michigan 'A'; 3. Michigan State 'B'.
Time 4:04.4. (New Relays and Pool records; former Relays mark - 4:08.3 -
Michigan State, 1957 - former Pool mark - 4:42 - Michigan State, 1956).
500-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. Michigan'State 'A' (G. Fornell, Steuart,
Taylor, Lobaugh); 2. Michigan 'A'. Time - 4:32.8. (New Relays and Pool rec-
ords: former Relays mark - 4:40.9, N. Carolina State -1957; Former Pool
mark - 4:42, Michigan State, 1956)
200-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1. Michigan State 'A' (Nichols, Modine, Har-
mon, Patterson); 2. Michigan 'A'; 3. Michigan State 'B'; 4. Michigan 'B'.
Time - 1:43. (New Relays record; former record - 1:44.4, Michigan State,
DIVING RELAY - 1. Michigan 'A' (Kimball, Turner) 397.35; 2. Michigan
'B' (Cole, Wilkinson) 319.45; 3. Michigan State 'A' (Kaufmann, Chadwick).
300-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY RELAY - 1. Michigan 'A' (Fries, Tash-
nick, Wooley); 2. Michigan State 'A'; 3. Michigan State 'B'; 4. Michigan 'B'.
Time - 3:07.4. (New Pool record - former record'- 3:12.9, Michigan-1956).
200-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. Michigan State 'A' (Lobaugh, Lanker,
Taylor, G. Fornell); 2. Michigan State 'B'; 3. Michigan 'A'; 4. Michigan 'B'.
Time - 1:32.8.
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1. Michigan 'A' (Adamski, Hopkins, Hanley,
Wooley); 2. Michigan State 'A'; 3. Michigan State 'B'; 4. Michigan 'B'. Time
-3:50.3. (New pool record; former record r-- 3:51.4, Michigan State - 1957).
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Registration of Student Organiza-
tions: Student organizations planning
to be active during the second semes-
ter should complete registration in the
Office of Student Affairs, 2011 Stu-
dent Activities Bldg. not later thanl
February 28. Forms are available in
that office. Privileges such as the use
of this column and use of meeting
rooms in University buildings are avail-
able to recognized organizations only.
Student organizations registered by
this date will be considered officially
Graduate Outing Club, tobogganing
and hiking, Jan. 12, 1:30 p.m., meet in
back of Rackham..
_ Lutheran Student Assocr, supper at
6:00 p.m. followed by movie and dis-
cussion, Jan. 12, Lutheran Student
Congregational and Disciples Guild,
Jan. 12: Bible Seminar, 9:30 a.m.;
"Summer Service opportunities" -
slides and talks by Nancy Nagler and
Pat Raye, 7:30 p.m., Congregational
Unitarian Student Group, TV film:
"The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays"
and discussion: "The Future Planning
for the Group," Jan. 12, 7:30 p.m.,
First Unitarian Church.
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student Or-
ganization, weekly Sunday supper, Jan.
12, 6:00 p.m., University Lutheran Cha-
pel. Program: Group discussion "Cam-
" s 4'
Phi Lambda Upsilon, Honorary
Chemical Society, monthly meeting,
Jan. 14, 7:00 p.m., East Conference
Room, Rackham. 1957 Football movie
with commentary by Chalmers "Bump"
Michigan' Christian Fellowship, lec-
ture, Jan. 12. 4:00 p.m., Lane Hall.
Speaker: Dr. Evan Welsh, Chaplain,
Wheaton College, "The Holy Spirit -
Hillel: Student' Zionist Organization,
Report on National Council meeting by
) Leon Redler, Jan. 12, 7:30 p.m., Hillel.
Israeli dancing to follow.
House Presidents & Social, Chairmen:
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1959 J-HOP - February 4
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