TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, JANUARY 15.1966
Wolverines Roll to Fourth
Consecutive WCHA Victory
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By DALE SIELAFF
"Michigan skates as well as any'
team in the league, and overall
they're as good as anybody. Their
defense was exceptional."
So says Colorado hockey coach
Bob Johnson, and he ought to
know. His Colorado Tigers had
just come off the ice last night
with a 4-2 loss to the Wolverines.
Last night's win moved the Wol-
verines into solid possession of
second place in the WCHA with
a 4-1 mark, while the Tigers
dropped to 4-3.
Colorado will get its chance to
jump back into contention tonight
at the Coliseum, with the faceofft
scheduled for 8:00.
"You can't play ten minutes of
hockey and expect to win in this
league. We just weren't getting
the second chances. Their goalie
(Michigan soph Harold Herman)
played real well, even though we
didn't really test him until the
last few minutes."
Battle of Netminders
It started out as a battle of
goalies, and continued that way
throughout the 60 minutes.
The first period saw shots going
both ways, but Colorado's Bill
Howard, and Herman rose to the
occasion 16 and eight times re-
spectively. Many of the saves were
in the spectacular category, and
the first =20 minutes were score-
Wolverine. Bill Lord broke the
spell at 2:51 of the middle stanza,
taking a pass back from a goal
mouth scramble, and sending a
slap shot right back through the
pile-up and into the net, giving
Michigan a lead that it didn't lose.
Dean Lucier, Mel Wakabayashi,
and Bob Baird teamed up to open
a two .goal 'M' spread a minute
later. "Waka" took a Lucier pass
and streaked down the left side,
passing across the ice to Baird in
front of the net. Baird had no
trouble lifting a soft shot over
Howard for his tenth (and team
leading) tally of the year.
Much of the credit for the low
scoring, and relatively penalty-
free game, was given to the Mich-
igan defense, both by Johnson and
by Michigan coach Al Renfrew,
who commented, "The defense
played well, but it was anybody's
game up until the end. We were
spotty. I just hope we can get the
breaks tomorrow night, because
they're a good club."
Herman's shutout bid was ruin-
ed at 11:29 of the last period, af-
ter Mark Thompson had scored
what proved to be the winner at
9:40. Ron Ullyot skated in on
Howard and took a hard shot,
which the Colorado netminder
stopped waist high, only to see
Thompson ram the rebound past
him into the open side.
Herman, who has stopped wear-
ing a mask like other WCHA
goalies wear because "it interfered
with my vision, especially on
scrambles at my feet," saw his 51
minute unscored-on streak snap-
ped out of just such a scramble.
"It came off a sticl and into
my glove. Then it bounced out,
and he (Colorado's Chuck Reink-
ing) got the rebound. I gave it to
The second goal, which pulled
the Tigers to within one, came on
"a good shot over my shoulder,"
by CC's Doug Clark, who had
taken a rinkwide pass from Reink-
ing at the 16 minute mark.
The Wolverines iced the game
at 17:46, but not before several
saves by Herman kept the Wol-
Bruce Koviak, playing off his
usual Detroit line, broke in on
Howard alone, and was tripped
from behind, a delayed penalty
was being signaled, but while lay-
ing flat on the ice, Koviak pushed
the puck under Howard with his
stick, and then followed it into
the net with a slide that Maury
Wills would have been proud of.
The largest home crowd of the
season for Michigan, 1890, saw
the Wolverines outshoot their op-
ponents, as they have been doing
all year, 47 to 28, and they saw
excellent goaltending by both
Howard and Herman.
Johnson, who found it tough to
Fifth Win in Six Games
First Period Scoring: None. Pen-
alties: M -- MacDonald (charging)
5:25; CC-Palm (illegal check) 11:42;
CC-Ilaughland (kneeing) 18:25.
Second Period Scoring: M - Lord
(Lucier, Ullyot) 2:51; M-Baird (Wa-
kabrtyashi, Lucier) 3:57. Penalties:
CC-Blumer (elbowing) 4:52; CC-
Kopesky (interference) 9:09; M -
Brand (holding) 11:43; M-Hender-
son (interference) 14:55; M-Hen-
derson (interference) 18:35.
Third Period Scoring: M-Thomp-
son (Walter, Ullyot) 9:40; CC-Rein-
king (Clark) 11:29; CC - Clark
(Reinking) 16:00; M-Koviak (Baird,
Wakabayashi) 17:46. Penalties. None.
Herman (M) 8 7 11-26
play without his two top scorers,
Captain D a v e Peterson (bad
shoulder) and John Genz (appen-
dicitis), wasn't trying to find an
alibi. "Their defense kept us from
getting the second shots. You
can't win in this league on one
shot. You have to get the rebounds
and scrambles. Michigan skates
well, and comes out of their zone
real quick. It's an even league,
and Michigan's got as good a
chance as anybody. They, and
their goalie, are as good as any
we've seen so far."
W L T Pct.
Michigan Tech ' 6 1 0 .857
MICHIGAN 4 1 0 .800
North Dakota 6 3 0 .667
Michigan State 3 4 0 .429
Denver 2 4 0 .333
Minnesota 2 6 0 .250
Minn-Duluth 0 5 0 .000
Minnesota 7, Michigan State 5
North Dakota 5, Michigan Tech 4
MICHIGAN GOALIE HAROLD HERMAN kicks out a shot in
last night's game with Colorado College which the Maize and
Blue won by a 4-2 margin. .Herman proved to be the difference
in the contest as he came up with 26 big saves, holding CC
scoreless for 51 minutes.
Miller, High Bar Men Lead
Second Victory Over EMU
By HOWARD KOHN somewhat less agile than Bull-
winkle. But it's real, and almost
It wasn't exactly unexpected. awesome to actually watch them
After all, Eastern Michigan's inaction
coach had more or less conceded Michigan averaged 8.85 points
the meet earlier this week. And per man in each event, bringing
so, according to script, Michigan's them closer to Coach Newt Loken's
gymnasts outbounced, outmuscled goal of 90 per cent perfection.
and outclassed the visiting Hurons "Overall. I think our perfon-
from Ypsilanti 186-155 in a dual ance was a definite improvement
meet yesterday. from our meet against Ohio State
The Wolverines were impres- last week," praised a happy Loken.
sive. An overflow crowd of fans i "I still think the boys are capable
thought so. Even the frustrated of 9.0 or better averages, and we'll
quaddies who had wondered over devote this week's practice to ob-
to the IM Building to play basket- taining that goal."
ball stopped to watch the five- Miller Somersaults
time defending Big Ten champs in Miller tng rsapfrs
their first appearance in Ann Miller, getting in shape for his
Arbor this season. try for the world championship,
was outstanding in his trampoline
Seeing is Believing specialty with 9.5 points. Fresh-
At best, its only nebulous to man Dave Jacobs, allowed to com-
read in the paper that Wayne pete yesterday because the meet
Miller is the best trampolinist in was officially an exhibition, rival-
the country or that the entire led his teammate with a 9.1 (de-
team is capable of making the spite slipping through the springs
other conference squads look on his dismount.)
Sophomore Miller added an out-
right first in vaulting and a share
of first in the floor exercise event
to his laurels against Eastern.
l T o n ig h t However, the most satisfactory
T performances turned in were on
the high bar. Loken cited the fine
t Tiberi, a starter last year, has < showing of Gary VanderVoort,
been returned to the starting line- John Cashman, Cliff Chilvers and
up after missing the first two Chris VandenBroek. VanderVoort
h games completely because of a won with 9.05 points.
sprained ankle. Tiberi's return as I Michigan also demonstrated
playmaker has been a key factor balanced strength on the still
s in the improved play- of the Wild- rings where Rich Blanton barely
S cats. Tiberi replaced senior Dave edged out Chilvers for the win.
0 Milam who quarterbacked the Wolverine captain N d Duke gave
s Wildcats last fall. Tiberi has his best effort of the year, 9.0.
s averaged 6.9 points since return- Junior Ken Williams came
- ing to the lineup. through with a first on the paral-
lel bars and junior. Art Baessler
The fifth starter, sophomore won the side horse to round out
s Mike Weaver, just recently broke ' the Wolverine high spots.
8 into the top five. His 18 points Huron Highlights
against LSU earned him the start- For Coach Mary Johnson of
THIRD BIG TEN BATTLE:
Wolverines Invade Wildcat D
By BILL LEVIS came within one point of upsetting makers' Dave Schellhase. Last
. i R3rd-ranked Vanderbilt last month. year, he also paced the 'Cats in
Cazzie Russell goes back to the 'Northwestern is bigger than we scoring and established a new
Chicago area tonight, the scene are," Coach Strack said yester- school mark for sophomores with
of his high school exploits, for day. "They are strong and ex- a total of 411 points.
the last time in his collegiate perienced. They have only one Center Pitts
career. Cazzie, along with the rest sophomore on the starting five." Senior center Jim Pitts has
of the defending Big Ten basket- This experienced Northwestern paced the Wildcats in rebounds
ball champions, faces a stiff chal- team includes three starters who with 125 in twelve games (20
lenge from the steadily improving were members of what Sports more bounds than Michigan'.
Illustrated called "the best fresh- leader, Oliver Darden). Pitts i;
Game Televised man team in the country" two also third in Northwestern scor
The Michigan-Northwestern years ago. They are Juniors Jim ing with a 12.1 over-all record
basketball game will be televis- Burns, forward Ron Kozlicki and In his first two conference games
ed tonight on Channel 50 be- guard Walt Tiberi. The other re- he has blocked 18 shots. The 6-E
ginning at 9 p.m. The game turning starting letterman is cen- center's best effort of the year
will also be on .WUOM radio. ter Jim Pitts (no relation to the was against LSU when he bagged
Wolverine guard by the same 21 points and 15 rebounds.
name). The fifth starter is sopho- Junior forward Ron Kozlicki a
Northwestern squad. more Mike Weaver. 6-6 is second in scoring behin
The Wildcats recently mauled Guard Jim Burns, at 6-4, is Burns with a 12.8 average. Hi
Purdue 111-97 and in the process leading scorer on the Wildcats follows closely behind Pitts it
set a new school scoring record. with over-all average of 19.3. In total rebounds with 104. Kozlick
The 'Cats last Monday night nar- two conference clashes, Jim has sometime serves as back up it
rowly missed defeating an Iowa averaged 25 points and ranks fifth the pivot for Jim Pitts who ha
team widely quoted as the top in Big Ten scoring. Against Pur- been plagued with knee trouble.
contender for the Wolverines' due, Burns pumped in 37, out- Tough Tiberi
cage crown. This same quintet scoring the nation's leader, Boiler- The third junior, guard Wal
ing forward position. At 6-5, Wea- ' Eastern and his gymnasts the
ver has averaged 7.6 points. He, meet was a good opportunity for
along with Tiberi, have boosted practicing routines. Johnson let
the scoring output and tightened several freshmen gain valuable
the defense with sparkling floor R experience as NTC's (not to count
play. performers). Jim Arnold picked
Ready Reserves up four firsts for the Hurons and
Top reserves on Northwestern' captain Dave Monroe captured a
CRUCIAL DUAL MEET:
Tankers Battle Indiana Today
are seniors John Martz, Dave,
Milam and Junior Jim Cummins.
Both seniors started early in the
season but were replaced by Mike
Weaver and Walt Tiberi. Milam,
who is described by Coach Larry
Glass, as "a heady, capable play-
maker," came out for basketball
the first time this year.
John Martz and Jim Cummins
fought earlier in the season for
the starting forward spot next to
pair of top finishes.
By GRETCHEN TWIETMEYER
"It's not often that two good
teams compete in a dual meet,
but this is one of those times,"
said swimming Coach Gus Stager
yesterday. Of course, he was re-
ferring to today's dual meet with
Since 1961, Michigan has fin-
ished runner-up to the Hoosiers
every season. Last year, however,
they snapped Indiana's 47 vic-
tory dual meet string with a 70-
At 3 p.m. today, Matt Mann
Pool will be flooded with such
illustrious stars as Olympians Carl
Robie and Bill Farley of Michigan,
and Kevin Berry, Ken Sitzberger,
and Tom Tretheway of Indiana,
not to mention Big Ten and NCAA
winners. However, "it is doubt-
ful that too many records will
be broken today," added Stager.
One reason is that it is too
early in the season for the swim-
mers to be at peak performance.
Another has to do with psychol-
ogy: both teams want to win
the meet, not break records, and
they will rely on strategy and
timing rather than speed alone.
Michigan's medley relay team,
which set a varsity record last
year, will probably include Rees
Orland, Paul Scheerer, Ken Wie-
beck and Rich Walls, swinming
backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly
and freestyle in that order.
Against them for Indiana will be
Pete ,Hammer, Tom Tretheway,
Kevin Berry, and Dick Gilbert.
The competition will be rough.
As Hoosier Coach Jim "Doc"
Councilman puts it, "We'll have
more individual stars on this team
and also more proven depth in
some positions 'than we did last
Carl Robie and Bill Farley will
swim the 1000-yard freestyle,
along with Alan McDaid, a De-
troit sophomore. Farley, who broke
both the Michigan' pool and var-
sity records in this event last
year with a 10:22.5 and Robie,
whose main specialty is the but-
terfly, set records in the butter-
fly, individual medley, freestyle,
and freestyle relay. Another rec-
ord setter, Bob Hoag, will be an
Pitted against them are Hoos-
ier Scott Cordin, a junior from
Illinois and senior Dick Allen.
In last year's meet, Bill Far.
ley and Paul Groft won the 200-
and 50-yard freestyle events, re-
spectively. Their chief competi-
tors were Scott Cordin and Bob
Williamson, who broke the 100-
yard backstroke record in the
same meet. Besides these two,
juniors Chuck Gilbert and John
Newman, will add depth,' to In-
In the butterfly, Carl Robie will
be challenged by Kevin' Berry in
what might prove the most excit-
ing event of the meet. Berry,
who was ineligible as a mid-se-
mester freshman last year, beat
Robie in the Olympics. Since then,
however, Robie has beat his time.
Diver Ken Sitzberger, the Hoos-
ier who won Big Ten crowns for
one and three meters, alsowon
an Olympic springbQard cham-
pionship. Teammates Rick Gil-
bert, who finished second to Sitz-
berger in the NCAA meet and
Rick Early, who placed third on
the three-meter board in the same
meet, will spearhead Coach Hobie
Michigan's diving coach Dick
Kimball will head his divers with
Bruce Brown, who finished fifth
in the national AAU last sum-
mer, took sixth in the NCAA, and
took fourth on the high board
and seventh in the Big Ten low
In the individual medley, Ralph
Kendrick, Bill Utley, and Ken
Webb have finished among the top
six in AAU meets for Indiana, but
Ken Wiebeck, John Vry, and Tom
Philadelphia 112, Boston 100
Baltimore 121, St. Louis 119
Princeton 74, Dartmouth 52
Thiel (Pa) 89, Wayne State 85
Eastern Michigan 89, Allegheny 64
Columbia 84, Brown 50
Detroit Tech 90, Walsh 88
Colgate 716, Buffalo 74
Winona 85, Michigan Tech 71
Knox 81, Ripon 79
Williams ought to give them rough
In the breaststroke, Paul Scheer-
er who set both pool and varsity
records for Michigan last year, will
be given a chance to repeat his
victory over Tom Tretheway,
Pete Hammer, who took first
place -in backstroke in last year's
meet by beating last year's Hoos-
ier captain Ed Bartsch. Today he
will face the Wolverines' Russ
Kingery and Rees Orland.
Ron Kozlicki only to be beaten A tradition will be at stake
out by sophomore Mike Weaver. I this afternoon in McGaw Hall,
Martz started the first several home of the Northwestern grap-
games and comes into tonight's plers.
clash with a 4.0 average. Cum- Over the past 40 years, only
mins carries a 5.8 average and twice have the Wildcats ever de-
has pulled in 63 rebounds giving feated Michigan on the mats.
the Wildcats good depth in the Wolverine Coach Cliff Keen,
forward position, who has been at the helm for all
of these 40 years, expects a stiff
Coach Strack feels that Michi- challenge from this year's Wildcat
gan does not have to key on any squad.
one ildat."We aveto on- On Thursday Keen pointed out
tam thedca. We bsave to con- that "the Wildcat team has some
tain the whole basketball team, real standouts. Among the new-
not one man." comers are Russ Schneider and
When asked about the possibili- Dan Kraft, both of whom impress-
ties of playing senior guard John ed me in the Midlands earlier this
Thompson, Strack said, "John has season. Returning lettermen in-
just started practicing the last elude a couple of tough boys in
couple of days. Dennis Bankey will Stu Marshall and Rich Ruben."
start. There is the possibility of For Michigan's defending cham-
John playing however." pions the dual meet will be the
Cazzie Russell goes into the third of the season in the Big Ten.
game with a 28.5 average good for "The lineup is fairly certain, ex-
fifth place in the country. A cept for some possible juggling at
capacity crowd will be on hand to the 157 and 167-pound classes,"
watch the Wolverine All-American explained Keen.
guard from Carver high school in "Although I expect to- use Jim
Chicago. r Kammen and Bill Waterman in
After tonight's stiff test at those two slots, sophomores Fred
Northwestern, Michigan has to Stehman and Burt Merical may
look forward to MinnesotaJan- see action."
uary 22 and the return of Lou The only man on either team
Hudson who has been out with who 'will miss the match because
a broken hand. of injuries is Northwestern co-cap-
Before departing for Evanston tain Dick Ernst.
yesterday, Strack said, "North-
western is a good team, but we're JIM TINDALL
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