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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WI

I-MSU Ice Combo
- ripped by Russians

WILDCATS ROLL ON:
Surprises Hit Big Ten Cagers

(Continued from Page 1)
stamina and conditioning of the
Soviets began to show while the
Michigan-MSU team tired. As th
game wore on they maintained the
same pace throughout.
The scoring for the Russians,
was exceptionally well balanced
with a different player accounting
for each goal. All of their players
either scored a goal or assisted.
Six of their goals came on shots
from five feet or less, the lone ex-
ception was their first tally, a
screen shot from the blue line by
Captain Nicholai Sologubov. All of
their goals resulted from sharp
passes which befuddled the col-
legians and drew praise from Red

Wing Coach Sid Abel, who witnes-
sed the game from the press box,
Dale MacDonald was the lone
Michigan player to score. Taking a
pass from Bob White, who was the
outstanding collegian on the ice
last night, beat goalie Eugene Er-
kin, a rock and roll Elvis Presley
fan from Moscow, with a 10-footer.
State's Dick Hamilton and Joe
Palano scored the other two goals
on well executed plays.
Ross Childs, Joe Selinger and
Jim Coyle shared the goal tending
all doing commendable work with
Childs' play in the first period es-
pecially noteworthy.
After the game Russian Coach
Anatoli Tarasov came to the
American's dressing room to com-
mend them on their play and
answer questions from the players
and newsmen.
UM- MSsU Russians
Childs (UMT) G Erkin
Watt (UMT) D Sologubov
Hayton (UM) D Tregubov
White (UNI) C Aleksandrov
Cushing (UM) LW Pantiukhov
MacDonald (UM) RW Loktev
Spares: UM-MsU - Miller (MSU),
Bochen (U.M), Pollesel (MSU), Hutton
(UI), DeVuono (MSU), Mattson
(UI), Hamilton (MSU), MacKenzie
(NISU), Polano (MSU), Selinger,
(MSU), Coyle (UM). Russians -- Uko-
ov, Ivanov, Guryshev, Croshev, Dek-
onskii, Snetkov, Iakushev, Baulin,
Priazhnikov, Krylov.
First Period: Scoring: Russians,
Sologubov (Guryshey) 14:42. UM-MSU,
Hamilton (DeVuono) 16:30. Penalties:
none.
Second Period: Scoring: Russians,
Loktev (Ukolov, Pantiukhov) 6:14,
Ivanov (Silogubov, Dekonskii) 7:01,
Guryshev (Priazhnikov) 11:54, Baulin
(Krylov, Iakoshev) 15:51. Penalties:
UM-MSU, Miller (hooking) 6:00, Pol-
lesel (slashing) 9:43. Russians, Uko-
lov (handling the puck) 3:23, Krylov
(high sticking) 9:42, Ukolov (hook-
ing) 16:48.
Third Period: Scoring: UJM-MSU,
McDonald (White, Pollesel), 7:07, Po-
land (Hlayton, Hlamilton) 8:07. Rus-
sians, Dekonskii (Priazhnikov, Gury-
shev) 9:4?, Patlukhov (Snetkov) 9:53.
Penalties: Hamilton (board check-
ing) 8:25, Loktev (interference) 13:28.

By CLIFF MARKS
Many surprises marked the first
two games of the Big Ten season
which opened last Saturday,
Michigan stamped itself as one
of the surprise teams when it
knocked off heavily-favored Pur-
due Saturday night at Lafayette,
Ind. Purdue, along with North-
western and Michigan State had
been regarded as the class of the
conference. However, Purdue lost
again Monday to Indiana, while
MSU a so dropped a game that
Vandy Hanssds
First Defeat
To Kentucky
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (P) - Van-
derbilt's Capt. Jim Henry scored
29 points in leading the Commo-
dores to an astonishing 75-66 bas-
ketball victory last night over
Kentucky's Wildcats, ranked num-
ber one in the nation.
Vanderbilt carried a mediocre
5-5 record into the game against
the 'Cats, who had won 11 straight,
this season. The loss ended Ken-
tucky's over-all streak at 16.
Vandy had a 41-27 halftime
lead, mainly because the Wildcats
hit on only nine of 39 field goal
attempts.

same night to Iowa after squeak-
ing by Indiana in the opener.
This leaves Northwestern as the
only pre-season favorite still un-
beaten after two Big Ten clashes.
Unheralded Illinois also copped
its first two tilts to tie North-
western for the lead in this year's
well-balanced conference.
Exceptional Shooters
The classy Wildcats showed ex-
ceptional shooting ability, as they
downed a good Michigan club
Monday night on the Wolverines'
floor. The winners had to fight for
their life the same way they did
in their opener against Iowa.
Some Panie
Northwestern exhibited a bit of
panic under the press, in much
the same way as the Wolverines
did against Purdue. The Wildcats,
though, as did Michigan in its vic-
tory, had enough poise to weather
the storm and come through with
a win.
Coach Bill Rohr of the visitors
remarked, "We're just glad to get
away with a win on the road in

-Daily-Peter Anderson
HUSTLING ICERS -- Michigan's Gary Mattson and Edward
Ivanov of Russia battle for the puck in the first period as Ivanov
tries to set up a shot on Goalie Ross Childs. The Russians won
the game, 7-3, at Detroit's Olympia Stadium last night.

BIG TEN
Illinois
Northwestern
Minnesota
MICHIGAN
Michigan State
Iowa
Indiana
Ohio State
Purdue
Wisconsin

STANDINGS
W L Pet.
2 0 1.000
2 0 1.000
1 0 1.000
1 1 .500
1 1 .500
1 1 .500
1 1 .500
0 1 .000
0 2 .000
o 2 .000

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j

RUSSIAN GOALIE
. .. seeing little action
Cole Stars
In Sarasota
Gym Meet
Trampolinist Ed Cole won a pair
of first places to highlight the
Southern holiday tour of several
Michigan gymnasts.
The senior co-captain won the
North-South all star meet and
Pre-Pan American competition in
his event, then sat back to watch
teammate Frank Newman make it
a one-two sweep for the Wolver-
ines b3y finishing second at the
Sarasota, Fla., competition.
Like four other Wolverine gym-
nasts who placed high at the six-
dav clinic and meet, Cole and
Newman competed unattachedd
No Team scores
There were no team scores and
In the all-star meet, clinic officials
placed three top performers from
both the South and North on
teams.
The Pre-Pan Am competition
gave competitors a chance to get
recognition for the Pan American
events to be held this summer.
Others who placed were Wolf-
gang Dozauer, third in the North-
South free expercise; Nino Marion,
fourth in the North-South free
exercise; Richard Montpetit, fourth
in the North-South side horse; and
Bill Lawler, fifth in the Pre-Pan
Am side horse.
Ready for Season
With the exception of Lawler, at
freshman, all the placers will be in
the Michigan lineup when it meets
Iowa and Minnesota in a double-'
dual meet Saturday at Iowa City.
Tumblers Bill Skinner and Jim
Brown put on an exhibition for
the clinic, and Al Stall competed
in t1-e side horse but didn't place..

Fraternity 'A'
I-M Basketball
Opens Tonight
Another I-M basketball season
will be inaugurated tonight when
social fraternity "A" teams play
20 games at the I-M Building.
Defending "A" champion Sigma
Chi will oppose Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon.
The I-M department announced
that the "B" fraternity games ori-
ginally scheduled this week, but
postponed because of the tele-
vision program in the I-M gym,
will be played next Tuesday.

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