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14, 1958

THE MICl116AN DAILY

PACE

14, 1958 PAGE

agers Top le Buckeyes in See-Saw Battle,

72-"6

.:
irton Leads.Blue To Win;
lotson Tops Pointmakers
(Continued from Page 1) I

4', -__________ ___________

RENFREW PLEASED:
Ice Squad Ends Famine

49, and setting the stage for
ton's foul-shot barrage.
'hree minutes later with the
lverines on top 54-50 Lee and
J forward Ken Sidle were
:ted from the game for elbow-
STATISTICS
10 STATE G F P T
ward, f 5 4-7 3 14
rtn, f 0 0-0 1 0
rry, f 1 0-2 1 2
'le, f 3 1-24 7
berts, f 0 0-0 0 0
ston, c 5 3-4 1 13
ughlin, g 1 1-1 0' 3
rker, g 4 1-3 3$ 9
ison, g 5 4-5 4 14
kstall, g 0 1-1 0 1
haus, g 0 0-0 0 0
CTALS 24 15-25 17 63
CHIGAN G F P T
rton, f 3 8-9 3 14
7 2-3 1 16
-rier, f 1 0-0 1 2
lotson, c 9 0-3 1 18
ler, g 64-4216
wis, g 2 1-2 4 5
ight, g 0 1-3 5 1
OTALS 28 16-24 17 72
io State 36 27--63
chigan 34 38-72
BIG TEN STANDINGS
W L Pet.
CHIGAN 3 1 .750
ianak 3 1 .750,
rthwestern 2 1 .667
sconsin 2 A .500
nlnesota 1 1 .500
chigan State 1 1 .500
va 1 2 .333
rdue 1 2 .333
to State 1 2 .333
nos 1 3 .250
LAST NIGHT'S GAMES
rthwestrn 82, Iowa 80 (overtime)
siana 85, Minnesota 64
4consin 71, Illinois 70

ing. This could have proven dis-
astrous for Coach Bill Perigo's
team but Randy Tarrier subbing
for Lee pulled down seven re-
bounds in the last eight minutes
of plan and hit an all-important
layup pushing Michigan ahead 58-
54 and killing the Buckeyes' last
desperate attempt to snatch vic-
tory.
Wright Harasses Buckeyes
Besides the play of Tarrier,
Perigo got great help from sub-
stitute guard Bill Wright, whose
ball-hawking was a major thorn.
in the OSU offense until he left
the game with five personals.
Burton's harassment of Howard,
who had been averaging 20 points1
a game, also proved a factor in
stalling the Buckeye attack. How'
ard could only score 14 against
the Wolverine forward. Burton
matched this with 14.
Balanced scoring highlighted
the Michigan victory. In addition
to Burton, Tillotson had 18 to lead
the field. Lee had 16, and Miller
came into his own with 16. Carl-
son matched Howard's 14 for OSU.
Michigan Wins Boards
Michigan reversed its showing
at Northwestern by winning the
battle of the rebounds, 68-52. Til-4
lotson took down 16, Burton 15,
and Lee, 11. Howard led the Buck-
eyes with 17 rebounds, center
Larry Huston grabbed 11, but for-
ward Ken Sidle constantly found
Lee between himself and the
boards and could onlycapture
four.

By MEL ROSEN
"We were pretty happy to get'
those five goals Saturday hight,"
and with this brief comment
Coach Al Renfrew summed up the
jubilation which was present in
the Wolverine locker room yester-
day.
After suffering a 3-2 loss to
Michigan Tech Friday night, the
Wolverines came back Saturday
night with their strongest show-
ing of the season to humble the
Huskies, 5-2.
More than one player reached
his peak as the Wolverines re-
bounded from a three-game losing
streak. Don McIntosh scored his
first goal since December 14.
"With his old form back plus the
use of the best shot on the team,
Don should be a big threat for the
rest of the season," exclaimed
Renfrew.
Muchhas been expected of Mc-
Intosh as he is one of few experi-
enced lettermen returning from
last year's squad. His main trouble
this year has been "weak center
ice play" according to Renfrew.
White Finally Tallies
After excellent games against
Micjhigan State; and Michigan
Tech, sophomore Bob White fi-
nally scored his first goal of the
season Saturday. White exclaimed,
"Before that shot I had hit the
goal post ten times - four times
in the North Dakota series." In

Renfrew's estimation, White is "a
h ighly promising and aggressive
forward."
White, who hails from Strat-
ford, Ont., represented Canada in
the Olympic games at Cortina,
Italy in 1956. He revealed that this
was the greatest thrill in his life.
Hutton Out Until February
Other good news turned up yes-
terday as it was- revealed that
junior John Hutton, who suffered
a broken metatarsal bone in his
left hand Friday night, will be
back in action February 7 against
Minnesota. In a trick of fate Hut-
ton suffered his broken hand on
the same daythat his wife gave
birth.to a baby girl.
In other WIHL action last)
weekend Michigan State and Min-
nesota split a two-game series at
State.

Lund To Be
New Coach?
Don Lund, a Detroit Tig
coach, is expected to be nam
Michigan baseball coach for t:
1959 season.
Lund will replace veteran Coac
Ray Fisher, who'll retire at t
end of next season, relial
sources said here yesterday.
Fisher, Michigan coach sin
1921, has reached the University
mandatory retirement age of
Michigan's Regents last we
granted him permission to sere
an extra season on a request fr
Athletic Director Fritz Crisler.
Crisler asked for a year of gra
because the successor he wot
like to appoint will not be ava
able until next fall. His stateme
clearly hinted that someone cc
nected with major league baseb
was in-line for the job.

BOB WHITE
- , sparks first line

-Daily-David- Arnold
FINDS RANGE - At this moment Michigan's M. C.. Burton hesi-
tates whether to shoot or pass the ball. The tall forward did a lot
of both during last night's win and his clutch baskets put the
Wolverines ahead many times during the game.
STAGER SURPRISED:
Relays Show MSU Depth

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By CARL RISEMAN

Two definite swim powers were
revealed at the third annual Big
Ten Relays held Saturday at East
Lansing.
Michigan and Michigan State

--

ichigan Grapplers Show Improvement
bile Losing to Powerful Illinois Squad

s -

By AL JONES

ichigan's wrestling team is
proving.
Chis fact stood out, even in the
of period of one day. Although
ng by more points to Illinois
Saturday, the Wolverine grap-
rs put on a stronger perform-
e than they did Friday against
liana.
lie road trip that saw .Coach
f Keen's wrestlers drop a close
13 decision to the surprising
osiers and a 17-11 match to the
werful Illini was the first Con-
ence action for, Wolverines.
'heir next contests will come at
ne against Purdue and at
thwestern on Jan. 31 and Feb.
espectively. The Wildcats drop-
1 a 23-3 meet to Indiana, and
comparison of scores should
o be a pushover for Michigan.
Iowa Downs MSU
,n other Big Ten action the
a Hawkeyes showed great
ver by downing Michigan State,
9. Michigan will meet both of
se schools on Feb. 15 and 22
pectively, after facing Minne-
a and Iowa State on the 7th
i 8th.
Eps Win
wm Meet

Beside the Purdue meet, the
only other home contest will be
the Iowa one.
Over the past weekend only two
Wolverines managed to win both
of their matches. Captain Max
Pearson took both of his'opponents
by pins, to lead the Michigan
squad in point production. Pear-
son was deprived of a very fine
match with Illinois' 137-lb. stand-
out, Bill Muther, who was side-
lined by an injury.

The other double-winner for
Michigan was Jack Marchello, who
returned to the squad last week.
Burdened with a heavy academic
load, the husky 167-lb. senior de-
cided to pass up competition at
the beginning of the season. How-
ever, a change of mind has brought
a sigh of relief from Keen, since
Marchello was Conference cham-
pion at his weight two years ago
and runner-up last year.

were the only entries in the con-
test and it almost ended in a stale-
mate.
"Frankly," said swim coach Gus
Stager, "I was very surprised at
the tremendous depth of the MSU
squad. We knew that they were
good, but we didn't expect them
to be that good."
The Wolverines managed to eke
out more first place finishes in
the Relays, five to four, but the
Michigan State "B" squad con-
sistently beat the Michigan "B"
squad.
Stager Pleased with Fries
Stager was particularly pleased
with the performance 'of free-
styler Pete Fries. "Fries swam his
first race, second leg of the 400-
yd. freestyle relay, in fairly slow
time. However, he looked very im-
pressive in the 500-yd. freestyle
relay."
Two new sophomores performed
well for the Spartans. Frank Mo-
dine swam the third leg of the
400-yd, breaststroke, and the but-
terfly relay that clipped four sec-
onds off the existing Relay record.
Bill Steuart, a very powerful
swimmer from South Africa, was
able to hold his own against Mich-
igan's Dick Hanley'.
Bruce Harlan, Michigan diving
coach, was unimpressed with
MSU's divers. Dick Kimball, Tony
Turner and Ed Cole performed
well for the Wolverines as Michi-
gan was able to finish 1-2 in the
diving relays.
The meet itself was extremely
exciting. Although Ohio State and
the other Big Ten teams were un-
able to show up for the meet due
to schedule conflicts and other
reasons, the crowded, gallery at
Jennison Gymnasium Pool was
treated to a very exciting swim
meet.

M' Baball
Team Begins,
Spring Drills
The Michigan baseball team will
be keeping up with the big leagues
in at least one respect this spring-
they'll start training at the same
time most major league teams are
gathering in the south.
Coach Ray Fisher has an-
nounced that workouts in Yost
Fieldhouse will begin the first week
of the spring semester. All candi-
dates for the team, newcomers and
lettermen alike, are asked to re-
port to the veteran coach as soon
as they have registered for the
spring semester.
Practice schedules will be drawn
up to coincide with players class
schedules. Fisher, who has been
working with many of his pitching
prospects during the winter
months, hopes to begin hitting in
the nets at the fieldhouse by mid-
February.

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Wo verine Gymnasts Show
Exceptional Team Balance

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By GARY GUSSIN

During Michigan's gymnastic
victory over a weak Minnesota
squad, 751/2-36%, Saturday, the
Wolverines displayed strong team
depth which is necessary to make
them contenders for the Big Ten
title this year.
The gymnasts took firsts in six
of the seven events and in no event
were they outscored. This occur-
red despite the absence of tram-
polinists Ed Cole, Conference
champion in this event, and Dick
Kimball.
Both these gymnasts double as
divers and were participating in
the Big Ten Invitational Swim-
ming Relays at Michigan State.
Clarkson Peforms Well
In trampolining, the gymnasts
swept the first three places with
Charles Clarkson, Frank Newnian
and Jack Eckle taking up the
slack left by Cole's and Kimball's
absence.
Although Ed Gagnier was all-
around high scorer for the meet,
his performance on parallel bars,
the event in which he was Big Ten
champ last year, earned only a
tie for third place. Even in this
event, Michigan's depth was illus-
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trated by teammate Jim Hayslett's
winning performance.
The team's sweep of the free
exercise was a further indication
of its all-around depth.
Coach Newt Loken was especi-
ally pleased at the fine showing of
Al Stall who took a first in the
high bar and was runner-up for
meet scoring honors.
The team's next meet will be
February 15 against the University
of Chicago.

Sigma Phi Epsilon took another
step toward the Social Fraternity
Swimming Championship yester-
day when it defeated Alpha Tau
Omega 32-22 in the semi-finals.
The Sig Eps will meet Phi Delta
Theta at the I-M pool this after-
noon at 5 p.m. for the crown.
With Thad Ketchum, Chris
Smith, Otto Gutchowsky and Tom
Allen showing the way in the 100-
yd. relay, the Sig Eps jumped off
to an early lead 'which they never
relinquished.
They followed up by taking the
first two places in the orthodox
breast stroke. Chris' Stockmeyer
won this event with teammate
Smith close -at his heels.
The first two places in the but-
terfiy breast stroke were also taken
by the Sig Eps. This time Gut-
chowsky and George Cress took
first and second respectively.
The only event in which the Sig
Eps did not score was the 75-yd.
relay.
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