THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2$. 1969
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By JIM TINDALL
Acting Associate Sports Editor.
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State blasted the Wolverines here
last night by the largest margin
in the history of the lengthy riv-
The Spartan's victory slipped
them into fifth place ahead of
Michigan by .001 percentage points
but that was the only thing that
was close in the entire contest.
In an effort to stop the MSU
offensive onslaught Coach Al
Renfrew pulled Harold Herman
between the second and third per-
iods, giving former starter Greg
Cagers To Test 'History' This Weekend
Page an opportunity to stop the
offensive show. Still, the Spartans
weren't particular on whom they
scored their goals, beating Page
Michigan's offense never did
click, as, the Wolverines missed
nearly as many chances last night
as they did three weeks ago when
they were nipped 8-7. MSU goalie
Gaye Cooley held Michigan score-
less for 48 minutes and 15 sec-
onds before defensemen Hank
Brand and Mark Thompson team-
ed up for the Maize and Blue's
sole score on a 15 foot wrist shot
by Brand from the right side of
One More Time
Michigan will have a chance to
revenge their three straight losses
to the Spartans tonight at the
Coliseum, beginning at 8 p.m. That
game will close out the regular
WCHA season for the Wolverines,
but the two teams will square-off
one more time- next Thursday in
the first round of the WCHA play-
The first period was marked by
hard checking and skating and
the Spartans got off to a quick
start on a goal by Mike Coppo.
League-leading scorer Doug Vol-
mar picked up his first of five as-
sists on that tally to boost his
season total to 41 points. The last
time the two teams met in East
Lansing, Volmar also pickedup
five scoring points.
Michigan came out of the locker
room and started to pick up where
they had left off when the first
period buzzer sounded, but a sec-
and goal by Coppo at 7:46 stag-
gered the Blue and they were
never in the game after that. Cop-
po's score came on a deflection
of a Volmar rocket launched from
the blue line. Two minutes later,
another blue line slap shot was
tipped in by Chuck Jacobson for
the first third of his hat trick.
Ninety seconds later the Spartans
tallied again on still another de-
flection on a Volmar blue line
special that Herman could only
get a piece of with his skate.
State still wasn't done with the
Wolverines icemen as they slip-
ped another shot past Herman on
a slick play by Jacobson for the
Spartans fourth and final goal of
the period. In the final 90 sec-
onds of the period, State almost
got another goal as the puck
clanked off the horizontal net post
but the goal judge ruled it never'
crossed the crease.
Sticks and Bones
As the score got out of hand in
the third period, tempers began to
flare and loose elbows and sticks
became the rule. The officials
whistled six infractions in the last
stanza, three of which were for
The State-Michigan rivalry has
now resulted in a total of 76 con-
tests, with the Blue holding the
series edge 56 games to the Spar-
tans '19. Only one game has re-
sulted in a tie. However, in the
last two years MSU has downed
the Michigan icers five times in
First Period Scoring: MSU-Cop-
po (Volmnar) :54. Penalties: MSU -
Brawley (elbowing) 17:16.
Second Period Scoring: MSU -
Coppo (Faunt, Volmar) 7:56; MSU
-Jacobson (Brawley, Duffet) 9:32;
MSU-Mikkola (Volmar, Jacbson)
10:59; MSU-Jacobson (Duffet, Mik-
kola) 17:25. Penalties: MSU-Jacob-
son (hooking) 3:20; M-L. Marttila
(hooking) 10:13; MSU - Duffet
(charging) 14:12; M-Lord (tripping)
Third Period Scoring: MSU -
Faunt (Coppo, Volmar) 2:58; M -
Brand (Thompson) 8:15; MSU -
Jacobson (Mikkola, Volmar) 1207.
Penalties: MSU-Volmar (elbowing)
7:22; MSU-French (holding) 8:05;
M--Schiller (high-sticking) 10:23; M
-Henderson (tripping) 10:31; MSU
-Fallett (high-sticking) 14:15; MSU
-Fallett (misconduct) 14:15; M -
MacDonald (high-sticking) 14:15.
Cooey (MSU) 15 10 11-36
Herman (M) 7 8 0--15
Page (M) 0 0 12-12
By CHUCK VETZNER So what's gonna happen? In the from New Jersey (Chris Pervall)
Acting sports Editor words of Alfred E. Smith, who to California (Dick Agnew), and
"Historyreatsitselfcouldn't beat Herbert Hoover for along the way a stop was made in
tory repeats s ."-A the presidency, "Let's look at the Michigan (George Peeples and Ben
proverb .record." McGilmer).
"History is bunk."--Henry Ford Gimr.
The Bi enk scheule-ars Five Against One These immigrants must love it;
hThe Big Ten schedule-makers Hist h ths ne in the metropolitan center of Iowa
show about as much creativity as History shows that last week- ity cas tany cfenteroIowa
a cook buttering a piece of toast. end the Wolverines destroyed Pur- tyeecausoe hsbe themsetols
Last weekend, the Michigan bas- due as they amassed a grand to-there. No one has beatsen them a
ketball team played Purdue at tal of 128 points while Dave Michigan, wic a perfec
home on Saturday and Iowa at Schellhase (he is Purdue) could higutdantwichnell oaefectl
Iowa on Monday. only come up with 57. Schellhase But thpae Mondayd of s
Today, the Wolverines journey was good enough to break the Big Michegan's gmearena, and th
to the Boilermakers' home park Ten record with that ouptput, but chigd an'saslumfrenaaneta
(starting time 2 p.m. and televised Purdue was bad enough to be t coudmakea difference
tall ou of he ame.It' no There are other factors to con-
tallyoutnhe Boilermake. sta'sano sider ,too. Under the equal time
wodeyr e Boileragreement, candidate Smith's op-
he plays for fun.
ponent must be allowed a few
The game against Iowa went a words: "A good many things go
little differently. Out where the around in the dark. besides Santa'
corn grows tall and the people Claus." Thank you, Mr. Hoover.
don't, the Hawkeyes constructed a Day Trippers
winning basketball team. They did Now for the significance of
it because players were recruited that remark, it need only be point-
ed out that in the past three sea-
sons (since Cazzie and number 33
first got together), Michigan has
never lost a game in the afternoon.
Maybe it has something to do with
carrots or maybe it can be con-
nected with the bats in Yost. What
ever it is, the Wolverines thrive
under the nourishinhg rays of the
Now then, we see that Michi-
gan must defeat Purdue since the
Blue won the last encounter easily
and play in the afternoon. But
will the fact that the game is at
Purduebe a factor?
Now then, we see thatt Michi-
gan mnust defeat Iowa since the
game is in Yost, unless Iowa wins
on the basis of the previous score
and the murky time setting.
One last fact for the grab b~ag
or computer: a score from the past
(two weeks ago): Purdue 66, Iowa
MARCH 13, 20, 27
MICHIGAN CAPTAIN MEL WAKABAYASHI takes an aborted
shot on goal in a game against MSU played earlier this season.
Things were much the same last night, as the Wolverine icemen
got only one shot past State goalie Gaye Cooley in 37 attempts.
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in the writings of MARTIN BUBER
for faculty and graduate students
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Hoosier Trackmen Invade Yost
By DAVE PFEFFER
Co-captains Randy Weddle and
John Brooks lead a battling but
inexperienced Indiana track squad
against the Wolverines today.
The Hoosiers, having, only 10
out of 25 lettermen returning from
the 1965 team, are definitely lack-
ing in depth. They will bring
about 10 fewer men than Michi-
gan will enter in this dual meet
at Ann Arbor, according to Wol-
verine assistant track coach Dave
An extremely challenging sched-
ule has seen the. Hoosiers face
some of the top track squads in
the nation. Wisconsin, the defend-
ing Big Ten indoor champs, and
Missouri, the 1965 NCAA indoor
titlists, have both visited the In-
diana Fieldhouse. The Hoosiers
have also clashed with Michigan
State, the 1965 Big Ten outdoor
king, and a rugged Notre Dame
The Indiana squad should give
Michigan quite a strong test in
the sprints. Weddle has done
:06.2 in the 60, :21.4 in the 220,
and :09.6 in the 100. Another sen-
ior, Rich Dilley, was fourth best
in the conference 100 last year.
Tom Keenan, a promising sopho-
more who recorded a :06.2 in
the 60 as a freshman, rounds out
the top Indiana sprinters. They
will oppose Michigan's Willie
Brown, Dorie Reid, and Carl Ward
in the 60, and Dave Cooper and
Dan Ziskie, the 300 yard entrants.
In the middle distances, Wolver-
TORONTO (A) -Olympic gold
medalist Wyomia Tyus and Cleve-
land's Madeline Manning estab-
lished women's indoor records last
night, Miss Tyus running the 50
in 5.6 seconds and Miss Manning
the half mile in 2:10.2 in the
Miaple Leaf Games.
Miss Manning cut three-tenths
of a second off the record estab-
lished in Los Angeles last year by
Hungary's Zsuzsa Szabo-Nagy.
Mrs. Szabo-Nagy finished third
in this race, in 2:13.1.
Miss Tyus, Olympic gold medal
winner at 100 meters in 1964,
clipped one-tenth of a second off
the record of 5.7 set by Isabelle
Daniels in 1957.
Miss Tyus, competing for the
Tennessee State Tigerbelles, had
only a mediocre start but began
pulling away from the field 15
yards out. With 20 yards to go she
had a clear cut yard on the field
and finished with about that mar-
gin ahead of Canadian Marjorie
z E. Michigan 94, western Reserve 68
Wayne State 70, Case Tech 63
Maryland 56, South Carolina 42
Princeton 84, Cornell 62
Boston College 112, Seton Hall 77
Yale 68, Dartmouth 56
Harvard 80, Brown 69
Texas A & M 93, Rice 65
Southern Conference Tournament
Davidson 84, Richmond 65
West Virginia 64, William & Mary 50
Philadelphia 130, New York 124
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
ines Cecil Norde, Jim Mercer and
company should face their stiffest
competition against Indianans
John Brooks in the 440 and Harry
Shriver in the 600.
Another Indiana strength is in
the hurdles, with flashy sophomore
Bob White. He has done :08 in
the lows and :08.9 in the highs
during practice. Although winning
five of his first six races in the
current campaign, a bruised knee
has\ been bothering him since the
Michigan State Relays. Assistant
mentor Martin stated that White,
who is entered in today's meet,
remains a doubtful participant.
Indiana's mile relay event has
a strong nucleus formed by Brooks
and Rich Laws.
Wolverine Bob Densham and
Hoosier Dick Swift, both having
cleared 6'7" previously, should pro-
vide spectator enthusiasm in the
high jump event.
It will be interesting to see if
the Michigan captain, pole vaulter
George Canamare, and shotputter
Jack Harvey can continue to erase
meet records, as they did last
week against Notre Dame. Harvey,
in particular, will measure his
sights on the coveted 60 foot
mary, a would-be improvement of
1'91/2" over his present high.
The only common opponent of
both squads, Notre Dame, finish-
ed with 82 points to IU's 66 and
Purdue's 14 in a triangular meet.
Against Michigan, the Irish ac-
cumulated 35 points, in compari-
son to the 86 markers totaled by
Coach Don Canham's trackmen.
Assistant coach Martin conclud-
ed that Michigan's cindermen are
in good shape physically. He feels
that they are all coming along
quite well and have been working
diligently in preparation for the
Indiana meet. An impressive win
would confirm Michigan as a lead-
ing contender in the Big Tens, to
be held March 4 and 5 in East
THE PURDUE BOILERMAKERS
on Channel 50), and Monday the
Hawkeyes come flapping into old
Yost for an 8 p.m. encounter with
The two games can be earmark-
ed mighty important, which is one
notch below crucial. Clutching to
a one game lead on the rest of
the conference, Michigan needs a
pair of wins to make sure the
margin sticks. The second place
Michigan State Spartans will be
playing apparent soft touches In-
diana and Ohio State during this
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