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SUNDAY, DECEM 3ERr 3, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

r AGE NINE

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3,1967 'tilE MiCIii4~AN DAILY PAGE NINE

Wolverine

Icers

Blast

Past

Waterloo,

11-2

By JOHN SUTKUS
Waterloo Lutheran's hockey'
team returned to the ice as soon
as the Ice Machine (also known
as a Zamboni) finished smooth-
ing the Coliseum's frozen floor
after the second period in last
night's hockey game.'
As the Hawks warmed up for
the final stanza they found the
puck stopped on a dime in the
wet slush the IM (Z) had leftI
behind. In short, they couldn't
move the puck.
That was the Hawks' dilemma
the entire night as the Michi-
gan hockey team overwhelmed
the youngsters from Waterloo, 11-
2.
"They just couldn't mount an
offense against us," commented
Michigan Coach Al Renfrew,
whose defense had just choppedI
up Waterloo for the second night
in a row.
Crank
Renfrew's defense was helped
considerably by an offense that
again cranked out the goals like
a precision machine. Last night's
tally of 11 makes a total of 35
in. the first "exhibition" four
games.
The Wolverine offense knocked
the wind out of the Hawks' sails
with a quickie goal at 0:29 of the
first period. Waterloo immediately
changed lines, but to no avail, as
Michigan kept the pressure on.

Only five minutes later a Glendin- who kept the score in Friday;
ning-to-Dees -to-Perrin combina- night's game from being higher.t
tion swished in another score and cracked under the pressure last
the Wolverines were off and night and opened the floodgates
skating. for Michigan's offensive display.,
"We jumped away from them The Hawks become so desparatel
pretty fast in the first," explain- on defense that they were forced
ed Renfrew, "and they never had to ice the puck several times int
a chance to catch up." the hectic first period.
The initial stanza ended with By the start of the third period.
Michigan leading 5-1. Payne was through, and Ron
Waterloo goalie Ken Payne, Babcock replaced him in the netsr
I for the final 20 minutes.
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: M -- -
Ulilyot (Galbraith, Pashak) 4:29; Maskless Babcock fared little
Perrin (Glendnning, Deeks) 5:35; better in the early going as Paul
Binnie (Koviak) 11:55; Koviak (Bin- Domm put the Wolverines into
ne, Brook)' 12:33 Pashak (Ullyot, obefgrssihl oeta
Galbraith) 15:27. W -Seager(' d
Flaherty, Byspalko) 17:28.,Pnaties: four minutes into the period. But
M - Hansen (Tripping) 6:49; Perrin a parade to the penalty box end-
(Charging) 15:47. W-Irwin (Board- ed the offensive show for the
ing) 1x.19..
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: M - night and Babcock got out of the
Koviak (Brook) 5:08; Domm (Hart period with only three saves and
muan) .8:11; .Ullyot . .(Hartman, togas
1)0mm) .14:03; Ullyot .(Hartmnan) two goals.
14:59. Penalties: M - Hansen (5
min, hi-stick) 7:41; Decks (Inter-
ference) 16:31; Team (too many
men) 17:22 (served by Cosgrove);BASKETBALL
Lord (Elbowing) 18:04; Pashak
(Slashing 18:18. W - McMullen (Of- C
lens check) 15:56; Seager (Slash-
ing) 18:04.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: M - MONDAY, 7:55
Domm (Unasst) 4:06; Galbraith frmDerI
(Domm) 6:10. W-Lightfoot(Braith-o
waith) 9:30. Penalties: M-Doug MICHIGAN
Heyliger (Offens check) 9:08; Han-
sen (Interference) 10:20; Perrin (In- vs
terference) 11:27; Hartman (CrossDERI
check) 17:04. W -- James (Inter-DERI
ference) 10:20; Wood (Hooking) DIAL 650
InW5 eBASKETBALL
Keough (Michigan) 8 9 7-24 (
Payne (Waterloo) 21 9 3-33

In contrast, Payne was forced control with a tight defense and turned the game from gel
to kick aside 21 Wolverine bullets strong, though inconsistent, goal- man's runaway to a racel
in the opening period. tending. Last night they were runaway.
Forward Ron Ullyot was the completely off balance for the The last of the exhibitions
big gun for Michigan with the entire contest. vided the final tuneup for
hat trick. Domm and Bruce Kov- In addition. Waterloo Coach week's WCHA opener in De
iak chipped in to goals apiece. Ted Maki tried his usual trick of The Wolverines travel to C
Jerry Hartman, who a week ago forechecking early in the second ado's queen city for a pai
was toiling against Ohio State in period. The strategy had been games with the perennially to
football cleats, picked up three effective, bottling up the puck pioneers
assists in the second period. and sometimes leading to scores "Yes, next week," paused I
Waterloo's lack of experience in previous games against Michi- frew. "We will find out wh
(nearly the whole team is fresh- gan. who and what is what."
men) made itself painfully evident But the Wolverine offense re-- - -
last night. Friday night they man- fused to be obthered last night. SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR
aged to keep the game under Four goals in the middle stanza FRED LaBOUR

ntle-
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-Daily-Andy Sacks
MICHIGAN FORWARD DOUG GALBRAITH scores the final
Wolverine goal in last night's 11-2 victory over Waterloo. Gal-
braith's bullet slid past Barry Byspalko and Ron Babcock.
BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
UCLA Sweehs
Past Boilermakers
By STEVE FICK three weeks' practice, led all
Special To The Daily scores with 28. Gilliam followed
with 21, Shackelford and Lucius
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Alno CAwt 8 n l
SIn the cobalt night, men dream Allen of UCLA with 18, and Al-
of destruction to come,nke cindor with 17.
demons, and black forest curses. By The Associated Press
And for John Wooden, Lew Alcin- BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - In-
dor, and company, those disas- diana's Big Ten co-champions
trous dreams almost came true opened their 1967-68 basketball
last night. Only a final-seconds season yesterday with a 71-6,5 vic-
jump shot by reserve guard Bill tory over Northern Illinois achiev-

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Sweek separated UCLA from Pur-
due in a gasping 73-71 victory.
Purdue, which stung the nets
at a .468 pace for the game, had
tied the contest at 71-71 with 29
seconds remaining after Rick
Mount made one of two free throw
attempts in a one-and-one and
situation.
Purdue rebounded the ball and
worked it around until Mount
missed a 10-foot jumper from the
baseline with 10 seconds left to
play. Alcindor rebounded, cleared
the ball to Lynn Shackelford in
UCLA's forecourt, and Shackel-
ford passed to Sweek inside the
head o fthe key for the score
with three seconds to go. Time ran
out as Purdue put the ball in
play..

ed with superiority at the free
throw line.
Outscored from the field 29-23,
the Hoosiers cashed in 25 of 38
shots from the line to the visitor's
7 of 18. Indiana had a 60-55 re-
bouding edge and committed 20
errors to Northern Illinois' 24.
MADISON, Wis.-Joe Franklin
led slow starting. Wisconsin back
from a nine-point deficit midway
"through the first half and the
Badgerrolledron and crushed
DePauw 90-68 yesterday in the
basketball opener for both teams.
Franklin finished with 25 points
despite fouling out with almost
five minutes to play and played
impressively under the boards. Jim
IJohnsonn ot 22 points and Chuck

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the game, which marked the dedi- place finishers in the Big Ten last
cation of Purdue's new and un- season.
named 14,123-seat fieldhouse, was The Tigers were led by Tom
highlighted by a run-and-shoot McGurk who got 15 points.
Purdue offense which brought the * *.
capacity crowd thunderously to its - ATHENS, Ohio-A 10-foot jum-
feet as it guarded a six-point lead TrHENS OhiA 1ft u-
for the Boilermakers, though by per by Mark McClintick with 34
halftime UCLAledk 45-41. seconds to go gave Ohio Univer-
Isity's Bobcats a hairbreadth 71-70
In the late first half and the victory over Northwestern in both
second half, Purdue switched to teams' basketball season opener
a more workable single post with yesterday.
Shackelford, Jun Nielsen, and Ed- Northwestern's D a 1 e Kelley
gar Lacey moving in and out of missed on a 15-foot jump shot
the forward slots, from the side with eight seconds
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'P ed by a foot injury which cost him Wildcats.

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