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FIVE STRAIGHT WCHA WINS:
Pucksters Close Gap on Tech

By BOB McFARLAND Saturday. During some first half halftime and nine early in the'
stretches, the Wolverines appeared second half, they put on another
Short and long, skinny and fat, to forget they were on a basket- clutch performance roaring back
narrow and wide, night and day, ball court. Thanks mainly to the to take an 83-78 victory.
and first half and second half are always brilliant play of Cazzie Indiana, Michigan's other vic-
all regarded as opposites. Russell, Michigan plodded off the tim, was not benefitted by a slow
Before all the semanticists run court at halftime down by only Wolverine start, but again, the
for their notebooks, it should be 11 points. Wolverines looked more impressive
acknowledged that the last pair ... Va-Voom
in the above list is purely a local The Wolverines underwent, a
phenomenon and hopefully one complete metamorphosis in thet
of short duration. +honiio-hc Mich-

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To explain more fully, first half
and second half were added to the
list of antonyms Saturday night
after the Michigan cagers third
straight Big Ten victory, a 93-86
win over Northwestern. The Wol-
verines put on their third straight
bristling second half performance
in the process of dumping the
Wildcats.
Putt, Putt, Putt ... .
It is an understatement to say
that the defending Big Ten cham-
pions took a while to warm up1

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igan cagers overwhelmed North-
western with a savage offensive
show, dropping in 18 more mark-
ers and grabbing off 14 more re-
bounds than their foes, in the
final half. Cazzie again led the
come-from-behind effort, as he
finished with 39 points and 20
rebounds to his credit, with the
remainder of the team turning in
a fine supporting performance.
Against Ohio State, the Wol-
verines played a similar style of
ball. Behind by four points at

in the second half, increasing a 3-0 record and be tied for the By DALE SIELAFF
seven point halftime margin to a conference lead," he said yester- Michiga's icers came out of
comfortable 20 by the final buzzer. day. "This is especially true since their second straight big weekend
"We're Happy" two of those victoiles were at the series with a clean sweep, dump-
Jim Skala, assistant basketball expense of tough opponents oning Colorado College last Friday
coach, is not at all concerned the road. and Saturday, 4-2 and 10-4.
about this apparent Michigan "We just didn't make mistakes Saturday's win, their fifth con-
trend. "We're happy to have a in the second half against North- secutive in WCHA play, moved the
western," Skala noted. "The only Wolverines into solid possession of
thing we did differently was make second place, hot on the heels of
fewer mistakes. In the first half league-leading Michigan Tech.
we made 12 errors as compared to As Coach Al Renfrew comment-
only two miscues in the final half." ed after Saturday's game, "It
The marked difference between really feels great to win five
first and second half play hasn't WCHA games in a row."
been the only Michigan fluctua- Colorado Coach Bob Johnson
tion. Individual showings have also added, "Anybody can win in this
been subject to wide variance league, but Michigan's as good as
Oliver Darden's point total has anybody we've come up against
ranged between 10 and 25 over this season."
the last three games, while Jim The Best Offense ...
Myers has jumped from two points The Wolverines' defense, team-
against the Buckeyes to 24 in the ing with goalie Harold Herman,
Indiana encounter. was the big story in the twin win,
Part of the Game allowing the Tigers a total of 53
Commenting on this difference, shots on net, compared to the 99
Skala pointed out that even the the Wolverines got off.
nation's best players have an off Herman drew praise from Ren-
night now and then. "You can't frew for his fine play, "He cane
criticize them for winning. They're up vith some real big saves, ad

was right there when we needed
him."
in the scoring department, Ron;
Ullyot was the big man for thet
Wolverines, picking up two a-ists1
on Friday, and adding a three-i
goal hat trick on Saturday. 1
Captain Mel Wakabayashi con-
tinued his hot streak, bringing hisr
season point total to 32, .on 10
goals (one this weekend) and 22t
assists (three against Colorado.
"Waka's" linemate, Bob Baird,1
upped his team leading goal totalt
to 11, getting one in each game. 1
Recapping the Action
On Friday, the icers jumped off
to a 3-0 lead, and held it through
the first 51 minutes, before the
spell was broken at 11:29 of the
third period, and Colorado clos'd
the gap to 3-2 at the 16 minute
mark.
After Herman turned aside sev-
eral potential tying shots, Brucet
Koviak took a pass in his own zones
and broke in alone on the Tigerst
goalie Bill Howard. Even %h ughr
he was tripped from behind, and
a delayed penalty was being sig-
naled, Koviak slid the puck under
Howard to ice the game.
Colorado took their on'y :ead of
the series at 3:59 of the 'r-t per-
iod on Saturday, as CC's Bub
Lindberg beat Herman.
The lead stood up for eight min-
utes. before Bob Ferguson ram-
med home a rebound (with Colo-.
rado having a man advantage) to
tie the score.
Six minutes later, Michigan
took the lead on Ullyot's first goal
and ran away with it, building up
a 6-1 lead before the Tigers could
beat Herman again.
The Wolverines' home fans
were treated to one of the most

awesome short term puwer dis-
plays in many games at the Coii-
seum, as the icers tallied three
times in 65 seconds, and wou:d
have made it four in 85 seconds,
if the shot hadn't gone a litGle
high.
With the score 7-3, and the
Tigers coming back with two
straight tallies, Wakabayashi pick-
ed up the puck next to his own
net, raced the length of the ice,
beat two defensemen and the
goalie, and eased a soft shot into
the wide open net. Herman, who
had dropped the puck for Mel
after a save, picked up that hockey
rarity, a goalie assist, on the play.
No Rest for 'M'
N,)w the Wolverines, with five
straight WCHA wins, five out of
six in league play, and six wins
in their last seven games, move
into Grand Forks, N.D., for a ser-
its with the third-place Sioux. If
the Wolverines can come up with
another sweep, the race could
turn into a two-team Michigan-
Michigan Tech battle.
I 411A Slanti ngs
WV L Pct.
Mi-3,. 1 " 'erh 7 1 .875
MICU1l;AN 5 1 .833
North IDak to 6 :4 .600
Colorado College 4 4 .500
Michigan State 3 5 .375
Minnesota 3 6 ,333
lDenver 2 4 .333
Minnesota-Duluth 0 5 .000
LAST WEEK'S RESULTS
Michigan 4-10, Colorado College 2-4
Minnesota 7-5. Michigan State 5-1
North Dakota 5-1, Michigan Tech 4 4
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
(Tuesday and Wednesday)
Colorado College at North Dakota
(Friday and Saturday)
Michigan at North Dakota
Minnesota-Duluth at Michigan S ate
Denver at MichiganaTech
Colorado College at Minnesota

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M' Swimmers Extend Jinx
Over Hoosiers to Two Meets
By JIM LaSOVAGE away from Michigan's best swim-
mer~ rather than i najcn
Michigan's tankers can claim a lane as is usuallyndone. This is
very distinctive, unique recor'd, done when a swimmer is not likely
In almost six years, dating back to swim a better "race" than his
to February of 1959, the Hoosiers opponent, or, colloquially, might
of Indiana has been defeated in be "psyched out" by his foe. Be-
dual meet competition only twice. ing a laneaway, he swims as fast
Both of their losses were at the as he can, while his opponent
hands of the Wolverines. might be "racing" the man next
Last season, the Blue swimmers to him, not necessarily trying for
and divers snapped a 47-meet his fastest time. This may have'
winning streak of they Hoosiers, hurt Michigan in one event.
and last weekend they stopped The Spartans will be the next
them again in a 62-61 thriller. team to challenge the Wolverines..
Saturday's triumph marked the Michigan willhost them insMatt
tenth consecutive dual meet vic- M an idaysat 0 pnm
tory in Michigan's own streak. _
Michigan entered the meet as
somewhat an underdog to the de- WITH KAMMEN (
fending B i g T e n champions.
Coach Gus Stager credited the win
to team effort.t
"I think it was a good Michigan
teari," he said yesterday, watch-
ing his charges churn through the By CARL RAYFORD
pool waters preparing' to meetByCRRAF D
Michigan State. in last weekend's fairly easy
He spoke of the pride Michigan victory over Northwestern, the'
takes in the units it produces-the Michigan matmen showed them-
units which work together to make selves as a definite threat to keep
Michi'-an what it is. the c o n f e r e n c e championship
"All of us coaches give the aiiys crown which they have wo'n for
a lot of gas about behaving." the last three seasons.
Stager continued, "and I don't And although losing Jim Kam-
think we've ever had a Michigan men for, as yet, an undntermined
team that punked out. Any time time. wrestling coach Cliff Keen
there's a chance to win they're in is undaunted. Kammen, who is the
there giving their best. I think it conference champion in the 157-
was a good Michigan team that pound category was only "im-
won Saturday." uroving" according to Keen. "His
During the meet, seven of the lose was the worst thing to .ha)-
winning times bettered the top pen to us."
times recorded so far this season, While Kammen is being ob-
but at this point in the year, it is served in the hospital, two soho-
likely that all will be bettered mores and one junior are trying
again. out as substitutes for the impor-
Hoosiers Get Tricky tant contest against the strong
Several times during the meet Minnesota Gophers this weekr id.
the Hoosiers pulled an old trick One of the sophs is Wayne Hen-
by swimming their best man a lane sen, an outstanding newcomer
BIG TEN BASKE TBALL:
Indiana Stuns Hawkeyes

doing a good job and giving every-
thing they've got," he said. And
when one Wolverine does have a
cold performance, another Michi-
gan cager has made up the dif-
ference withan excellenttdisplay
"What we look at is the final
score," Skala emphasized. "It does
not matter how we arrive at it.
or whether the attack is balanced
as long as we keep winning."
Winning is one thing that is not
a problem. Michigan has extended
its victory streak to five games
and a 9-4 record overall.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
HOWARD KOHN

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College Basketball
Indiana 73, Iowa 61
Dayton 98, St. Francis (Pa) 65
Hillsdale 94, Davenport (Mich) 89
Auburn 51, Tennessee 46
No.:VMichigan 110, Northiwood 1415
Kansas State 84, Mexican Olympic
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CAZZIE DUNKS

)N SIDELINES:
's Accept Challenge

from Lansing Sexton High School,
and the other is Fred Stehinan
from Okemos High, also in Lans-
ing.
If either of these two soplho-
mores get the call for the upcomn-
ing battle, it will only inereise
the number of new arrivals on a
team already loaded with fine
first year men.
Guessing Game
The only available person of
any experience is junior Burt
Merical, who wrestled only brief-
ly last season. As of this momont
c,?ach Keen has not decided which
of the three will be fighting in
Kammen's place this weekend.
The biggest single reason for
Michigan's thgrough drubbing of
Northwestern Saturday is not any
one man but the entire team.
Keen complimented, "The victory'
was a team effort and everyone
worked hard. Each Michigan man'
in the meet stood out as an ag-
gressive wrestler."
Rolling, Off I ogs
Some of the wrestlers had an
easy time in the meet, and one in
particular, Dave Dozeman, won
what must have been the easiest
of the afternoon when the match
was forfeited to him by an over-

wei ht opponent. Wayne Wentz,
showing the skill and deternuna-
tion that gave Michigan the meet,
clinched it for the matmen in the
fourth match when he pinned a
Northwestern opponent for the
only fall during the short after-
noon. Bill Johannesen won the
137-pound event when Curt Imrie
had to default because of a shoul-
der injury.
Although Coach Keen admits
that he fully expected his mat-
men to top the Wildcats, he
"didn't know what Northwestern
h -d" and was vry nleased that'
the boys "disciplined themselves
well.'
No Rosy Path
The 23-10 trouncing of North-
western was a big success, but
Keen realizes the dangers that lie
ahead. This weekend, the matmen
face a powerful Minnesota team,
the favorite to take the Big Ten
title. and according to Keen this
will be a "great meet" and a
"terrific thing."
J;st last week the Gophers cap-
tur,.d the quadrangular meet in
Chicago. "The Minnesota team
has no weak spot and is an al-
most entirely seasoned senior
teapr," credited a cautious, but
undaunted Keen.

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