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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 196,6

WAGE SIX THE lIUCHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 19Cc

Grapplers Stun

Wisconsin

Wrestlers

COLLEGE ROUNDUP.
Hoosiers Mash Bucks, 81-61

Special To The Daily
MADISON-The 25-3 shellack-
ing that the matmen poured on
the Wisconsin Badgers last night
proves that either the Wolverines
are possibly the strongest team in
the conference or else that the
Badgers are not as powerful as
many believed.
Before it happened, Coach Cliff
Keen insisted that Wisconsin was
a good team. Afterwards, Keen
still said the Badger wrestlers are
fine athletes. Maybe this can
mean the Michigan grapplers are
ready to take the big prize.
Downed by Fehrs
Although the matmen didn't re-
peat the four falls of their last
match, they did get a final secondI
pin from Bob Fehr§ in -the first'

event. After 2:57 of the first per- 'teammate, Al Sievertsen. And Like Waterman, Wayne Wentz
iod of the 123-pound contest, the again. Michigan came out on top was bothered by a nuisance in-
Wisconsin wrestler, Bruce Hax- as Jenkins had to fight hard and jury which had no effect on his
ton, was stopped by Fehrs. Hax- I take the match, 5-3. Sievertsen, performance, and he proved it by
ton, who is the back up man in with a 10-1 season record, prom- bringing back one of the Wolver-
this event, had only seen action ised to give Jenkins a tough fight. ines' two falls of the night. With
once previously this season and However, Jenkins, like the whole only 2:47 of the second period
had lost. Michigan team, was not awed by gone, Wentz won over Brekke
In the next match, Dave Doze- the fearsome Wisconsin squad.
man defeated Erv Barnes, 12-6. In the closest contest of the day,'
If there was supposed to be an Burt Merical got by Rick Heinzel- Beat the Draft
intense rivalry between Bill Jo- man, 5-3. In the next contest, the
hannesen before this season, Billy Michigan matmen weren't so lucy, Thinking about the draft?
Jo got the best of it as he defeat- and Bill Waterman lost to Elmer Well, do something about it.I
ed Gluck handily, 11-3. The set- Beale in the 167-pound class. Only The Michigan Daily of-
back which Johannesen gave Beale's victory was no surprise, fers complete coverage of the
Gluck was his first defeat of the for he is one of the finest Wis- Detroit Pistons' efforts to draft
season.cosin wrestlers. The minor in- Cazzie Russell. Join the sports
se on. eTamat jury that Waterman had pre- staff and learn the facts. Drop
Former Teammate viously sustained played no sig- in at 420 Maynard St. any af-
Cal Jenkins had the distinct nificant part in his individual ternoon and ask for Chuck or
privilege of wrestling a high school patch. Jim. As for the Army, once you
joinThe Daily you're sunk
WCHA Standings _ _anyway.

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previous loss his teammate had
suffered.
Against Dan Pernat, Michigan
heavyweight Dave Porter had to
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ing back a 8-3 win. Pernat, the
191-pound athlete that Keen had
such praise for was one of the
biggest threats to the matmen, but
Porter silenced all of the home
fans' last hopes by decisively de-
feating Pernat.
With the win at Madison, the
matmen proved that they can win
the big ones. After losing badly to
Minnesota and taking several
consecutive easy teams by lop-
sided scores, there was some ques-
tion of whether or not the matmen
had the necessary attributes to
win big.
"Wisconsin offered us a test,
but we came through in good fash-
ion," said assistant coach Dennis
Fitzgerald. "We were very en-
couraged by this sign of continu-
ing progress toward the Big Ten
championship."
In the Groove
123-Pound - Fehrs (M) pinned
Haxton (W), 2:57.
130-Pound - Dozeman (M) d.
Barnes (W), 12-6.
137-Pound - Johannesen (M) d.
Gluck (WV), 11-3.
147-Pound - Jenkins (M) d.
Sievertsen (W), 5-2.
137-Pound-Merical (M) d. Hein-
zeinian (W), 5-3.
167-Pound-Beale (W) d. Water-
man (M), 6-0.
177-Pound - Wentz (M) pinned
Johnson (W), 5:47.
Heavyweight-Porter (M) d. Per-
nat (W), 8-3.
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Big Ten Standings

By The Associated Press digit scoring from six men, top- Kron pumped in 23 points in his
BLOOMINGTON -Indiana hit ped by Jack Johnson and Max best performance of the season to
50 per cent of its shots in the Walter with 18 points each. lead top-ranked Kentucky to its
second half and whipped Ohio * * 20th basketball victory last night,
State 81-61 in a Big Ten basket- Dukes Up a 90-67 triumph over Alabama.
balgaelaPnih.The unbeaten Wildcats broke
The victory lifted the Hoosiers DURHAM, N.C.-Steve Vacen- the game wide open late in the
into a tie with the Buckeyes and dak and Jack Marin scored the first half and were never threat-
Northwestern for sixth place in key points in the final minutes ened as they picked up their 11th
the conference standings. that helped second-ranked Duke i taight Southeastern Conference
Bob Dove of Ohio State was foil South Carolina's slowdown| victory.
high with 22 points on 9 of 16 for a 41-38 Atlantic Coast Con- Kron scored 16 of his points in
shots from the field and 4 of 7 ference basketball victory last the first half, when Kentucky took
free throws. Indiana got double- night. a 40-29 advantage. He got steady
It was Duke's 10th conference help from Pat Riley with 22 points
victory in 11 games and ran the and Louie Dampier, who added 18.
Blue Devils' overall record to 18-2. Kentucky hit 51 per cent of its
South Carolina, which beat the shots from the floor. Alabama con-
Blue Devils in Columbia in De- nected on only 39 per cent.
cember, slowed play to a walk
early in the second half after * * *
Duke ran a 26-20 halftime lead to Rarnblin'
29-20.
South Carolina, which played CHICAGO-Fourth-ranked Loy-
the Blue Devils even through most ola used a 56 per cent shooting
r-of the first half, managed to close average to run away from West-
:,within 34-31 with 4:34 left. ern Michigan 107-75 last night for
But Vacendak hit two long the Ramblers' 18th basketball vic-
jumpers for a 38-31 advantage. He tory in 20 games.
then stole the ball and Marin Frank Perez. filling in for the
dropped in a free throw to make ineligible Alan Miller, led the
it 39-32. Ramblers with 28 points, the high-
est of his collegiate career. He hit
on 10 of 11 shots from the field in
KJron Can Crow the second half.
TommyBilly Smith backed Perez with
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -..--Tommy23 points while Corky Bell added
17.
IVZ1].. D l The Ramblers made 46 of their
W 1 reaK 80 shots from the field.
Western Michigan was bother-
MAX WALKER A ed by Loyola's pressing defense
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MICHIGAN
Michigan State
Minnesota
Illinois
Iowa
Ohio State
Northwestern
Indiana
Purdue
Wisconsin

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (eP) -
Towering Wilt Chamberlain added
another milestone to his legendary
National Basketball Association
career last night with a 41-point
performance to set an all-time
scoring record in Philadelphia's
149-123 victory over Detroit.
The 71" pivot man brought his
career scoring record to 20,884,
four better than the now retired
Bob Pettit of the St. Louis Hawks.
Chamberlain is now in his seventh
year in the NBA.
Wilt became the No. 2 man in
career rebounding, again eclipsing
Pettit. When he grabbed his
fourth rebound early in the game,
Chamberlain sent his career mark
to 12,852, second only to Boston's
Bill Russell.

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Last Night's Results
Indiana 81, Ohio State 61
Tonight's Game
Minnesota at Iowa
Saturday's Games
Purdue at Michigan
Minnesota at Illinois
Northwestern at Indiana
Iowa at Ohio State
Michigan State at Wisconsin

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COLLEGE RESULTS
Kentucky 90, Alabama 67
Duke 41, South Carolina 38
Syracuse 125, Colgate105
Texas Western 69, Arizona State 67
Hardin-Simmnons 74, W. Texas State 65
Georgia Tech 95, Florida state 88
Chicago Loyola 107, W. Michigan 75
Butler 96, Wabash 71
Clemson 104, Wake Forest 89
Vanderbilt 91, Auburn 76
Kansas State 80, Iowa State 69
Tennessee 74, Louisiana 64
Providence 61, DePaul 57
No. Michigan 135, Michigan Tech 61
Tulane 83, Mississippi 70
NBA
Philadelphia 149, Detroit 123
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL
Independents
Bicycles 65, Dusobs 34
Kamikazles 44, Actuaries 40 y
Playboys 73, Oyster Roasters 40
Bedouins 29, Clock-a-Gators 28
Residence Halls 'A'
Anderson 34, Hayden 33
Gomberg 40, Winchell 33
Chicago 42, Michigan 32
Greene 45, Frost 39
Prescott 50, Allen-Rumsey 43
Williams 56, VanTyne 33
Huber 38, Wenley 35
Lloyd 48, Taylor 26
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