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.'AGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1966

PAGE EIGUt THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 19G6

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BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
MSU Downs Purdue, 89-78

Icemen
By JIM TINDALL

Take' Both Ends of Gopher Series

erhouse netted a hat trick on Fri- Minneapolis without any serious
day night and added another tally injuries, but Mike Martilla was
into an open net on Saturday. jabbed with a stick above his

don't have the superstars this
year that we have had in some
of the past seasons but these kids

By The Associated Press
Stan Washington and Bill Cur-
tis reached their season-high
totals last night as Michigan State
beat Purdue 89-78 in a Big Ten
basketball game.
Wasllington scored 31 points,
hitting 10 of 13 from the field and
11 of 13 free throws, and finished
off Purdue with two three-point
plays in the last 312 minutes.
Curtis tossed in 27 points on 11 of
17 and 5 of 5.
Dave Schellhase of Purdue, the
nation's leading scorer, hit 30
points on 11 of 22 and 8 of 8.

The Spartans led all the way
except for three ties early in the
game but had to beat back several
Purdue challenges.
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Northwestern Downed
I o w a thwarted a ferocious
Northwestern rally midway
through second half, then went on
a rampage in the closing minutes
for a 70-58 Big Ten basketball
victory last night.
The Hawkeyes, stealing the ball
almost at will, raced to a 24-8 lead
in the first eight minutes and held
a 34-20 command at halftime.

Michigan found and eliminat-
But the Wildcats captalized on ed though not dramatically, its
several Iowa mistakes and used sond and third victims in the

three baskets and a pair of free
throws by Jim Burns and two
buckets and a free throw by Jim
Pitts to tie it 49-49 with 8:43 left.
The Hawkeyes regained the
lead, 51-49, on a basket by George
Peeples. Northwestern trailed by
only two points at 55-53, when
Peeples and Dennis Pauling scored

Sophomore Matmen
Standout in '1W' Win

By CLARK NORTON
Not the least impressive of Wol-
verine athletic conquests last
weekend was the shellacking the
Michigan wrestlers dealt out to
two Big Ten opponents in the
quadrangular meet held at the
Sports Building.
The Blue racked up their 32nd
and 33rd consecutive dual meet
victories by trouncing Indiana
19-8 and then whitewashing Iowa
32-0. The victories also provided
Michigan with a 2-0 record in
conference action.
Wrestling coach Cliff Keen
utilized four sophomores in the
two meets, rendering particular
satisfaction to the victories.
Assistant wrestling coach Denny
Fitzgerald expressed his approval
of the sophomores' performance:
Karate Club
The University of Michigan
Karate Club will hold an or-
ganizational meeting tonight at
7:30 in the gym of the I-M
Bldg. All those interested are
invited to attend.
The sophomores did a real good
job. This meet was a good test for
them although the opponents were
probably not the best they will
face this year Most important,
Saturday's action proved they were
all tough competitors, and can
fight hard."
Porter Stars
Sophomores who participated
Saturday were Wayne Wentz, Bill
Waterman, Wayne Hansen, and
Dave Porter. Porter saw action in
both meets and defeated his Iowa
opponent after nine seconds in
the first period. "Porter was a
three-tine state champ in high
school and has tremendous po-
tential," Fitzgerald emphasized.
Waterman has three years of
eligibility left after sitting out last
season with injuries, and, although
his taped shoulder seemed to
bother him in his lose to an In-
diana opponent, he appears to be
ready for the remainder of the
conference action.
The upperclassmen also distin-
guished themselves. Jim Kammen
and Cal Jenkins each\ won two
matches, while captain Bill Johan-
neson tied his first opponent and
defeated the next. Also entering
the win column were veterans
Tino Lambros, Bob Fehrs, Burt
Merical, and Gordon Weeks.
Youth and Experience
This combination of youth and
experience particularly impressed
Fitzgerald. "This was truly a team
victory," the assistant mentor
stressed. "Even to single out a
few players as outstanding would
detract from the credit that all
the boys deserve. This team has a
certain'cohesiveness and coopera-
tion that is lacking at most other
schools"
Just how good are the Wolver-
ine grapplers this year? "Satur-
day's victories indicate we are a
good team," Fitzgerald concluded.
"We have a long way to go and a
lot of work to do before we win
the Big Ten championship again
C =t ,ES
Wake Forest 99, Virginia 87
Florida State 73, Loyola 533
Kentucky 69, Georgia 65 (2 ot.)
VMI 90, Furman 83
East Carolina 76, Richmond 7
Iowa 70, Northwestern 58
No. Michigan 116, Wayne State 67
Colorado 61, Oklahoma State 55
Georgetown (DC) 100, Geo. Wash. 81
Mississippi State 74, LSU 71
Central State (Ohio) 94, Kentucky
stte 92 (ovt.)
Creighton 72, Notre Dame 59
Bradley 81, Polish National Olymp-
ians 77
DePaul 120, Western Ontario 51
Kansas,89, Oklahoma 68
Tufts 80, MIT 79
Vanderbilt 106, Mississippi 58

(the Wolverines have won the
crown for the past three years),
but the guys are working hard
with just that goal in mind."
State Threatens
That Big Ten title, according
to Fitzgerald, will offer a difficult
challenge. "Michigan State is
very strong this year," he stress-
ed, with good sophomores and
juniors, some of which have al-
ready attained national promi-
nence. In addition, Northwestern
and Minnesota promise to be
tough.
"One thing we shouldn't over-
look," Fitzgerald continued, "is
that many of the teams will have
new starters eligible when their
second semesters begin. Indiana
and Iowa may progress, particu-
larly if they are able to overcome
their injuries."
Healthy Squad
But with two meets under their
belts, Michigan must prepare for
the future. How do the Blue ,stand
in regard to injuries? "Well, right
now there are no serious injuries
on the squad;" Fitzgerald _was
happy to report.
"There are some prolonged ag-
gravations, such as Waterman's
shoulder, but nothing that will
incapacitate anyone. We're in good
shape for this Saturday's meet
against Northwestern."

WCHA "Big Hunt" this weekend.
The conference is shaping up as
a hunt where any team could be
either hunted or hunter.
The Wolverines played rugged
defense on which they piled a
timely, potent offense to pull off
a pair of wins in Minneapolis
by scores of 5-4 and 3-1. Michi-
gan is now 8-5 for the season
(3-1 in the WCHA, and 2-0 in the
Big Ten).
This year's team is a young one
and at the beginning of the sea-
son Coach Al Renfrew predicted
that this team would come along
rapidly. Now the icemen are click-
ing on all 22 cylinders and have
won three straight (all in WCHA
competition) by beating Denver
once and Minnesota twice. The
team has shown that they can
play solid hockey, but consistency
has been a problem.
Back to Back
That problem of putting two
good games together seems to
have disappeared this weekend.
The defense and goaltending rose
up to the occasion allowing the
Gophers one-half of their aver-
age number of goals for a series.
Sophomore Harold Herman sol-
idified his hold on the starting
goaltending spot even more this
weekend as he put on a great
display in the nets stopping 5?
shots in the two games, including
several, breakaways and point
blank shots.
Renfrew was particularly pleas-
ed with the checking and the
work of the defense, but he quick-
ly added, "The forwards made
them look good too by really get-
ting back on defense. It was a se-
ries where everyone put out and
they all worked together."
Brand Outstanding.
Defenseman Hank Brand was
singled out by Coach Renfrew as
the outstanding player in the se-
ries. He said, "Hank was just tre-
mendous both nights. This is by
far the best college hockey he has
played for Michigan."
The offense was led by All-
America Mel Wakabayashi again
this weekend. The 160-pound pow-

Two-thirds of Wakabayashi's hat right eye on Friday and was un- never give up and always give 100
trick on Friday was unassisted. able to play Saturday night. Al- per cent, and you can't ask for
"Waka" won the conference though it was still swollen and anything more."
scoring title last year. and al- black yesterday, he firmly main- The pair of victories had quite
though Michigan has played few- tained that he was "all right" a bit of meaning to Coach Ren-
er WCHA games than most teams and would be in action this week- frew since it was the first time
at this point in the season, it ap- end.,in"15 years that a team le coach-
pears that the center from Chath- Rough and Ready ed has swept a series in Min-
am, Ontario, is well on his way to neapolis'
making it two in a row The series was a rough one for Better Late
makigitwoin aro Score .the Wolverines as there were a Neither game was ever a sure
Koviak, Martilla Score total of a2penalties called in the win for the Wolverines as the
Bruce Koviak and Lea Martilla two-game series, including two 10- winning goal Friday was scored
each scored one goal and added minute misconducts which were by Wakabayashi at 18:35 of the
one assist for the weekend. Broth- handed out to Bill Lord and Bob third period, and on Saturday
er Mike Martilla added an assist Baird. Lord turned out to be the night the score was 2-1 for eight
on Friday to Koviak's goal that prime target for the referees this minutes of the second and 19 mi-
put Michigan in the lead to stay. weekend as he cooled his skates utes of the third period before
The other two goals were added by for a total of 20 minutes in the Wakabayashi again put the game
Brand and Dean Lucier. penalty box. dd out of reach with a tally into the
The Wolverines escaped fromn Renfrew said yesterday, "We open niet,

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A Message for You

Both of these games testify to
the high quality of WCHA com-
petition and the balance in the
league his year. Right now only
Michigan Tech, last year's WCHA
and NCAA titlists, is unden ated
at 6-0, but few of their confer-
ence wins lately have been im-
pressive.
The Gophers drew over 9000
fans to the two games in the coun-
try's largest college hockey rink,
but Michigan responded well to
the adverse crowds, according to
Coach Renfrew.
This weekend is homecoming
for Michigan as they face another
WCHA opponent, rugged Colorado
College, at the Coliseum with both
faceoffs at 8 p.m.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BOB McFARLAND

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GEORGE PEEPLES

baskets, Gerry Jones sank four4
free throws,and Chris Pervall
scored a basket and two free
throws to push Iowa ahead 67-53.
Pervall, who scored 15 points in
the first half, wound up with 241
for Iowa, now 1-1 in the confer-1
ence and 9-2 over-all. Jones fin-
ished with 22 and Peeples had 11,
including 9 in the last half. Pitts
and Burns each had 13 for North-
western, now 1-1 in the Big Ten
and 6-6 over-all.

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