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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1967

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By DAVE WEIR the sloppy play and confusion of The most productive line fea- five good defensemen."
Hockey fans opening their offi- the series, opener into an impres- tured senior forwards Dean Lucier Before the start of the current
cial programs last Friday night at Isive, hard-fought victory, and Bob Baird with sophomore campaign, defense was expected
the first of two home games with "Sure we miss Wakabayashi," Doug Galbraith at center. It ac- to be one of the biggest question
Denver were confronted by a said coach Al Renfrew. "He was counted for five of the nine Mich- marks about the team. Graduation
strange sight. the greatest Michigan player in igan goals in the series, with Gal- had left only two experienced
On the Michigan roster, between the past four or five years. braith and Baird picking up two blueliners, Mark Thompson and,
the names of Lee Marttila (No. 8) "But no one man makes a team." apiece. Renfrew singled out Lucier Bill Lord on the roster.
and Paul Domm (No. 10), was Renfrew added that "as long as for his "outstanding play" in Sat- But three sophomores have
drawn a heavy blue line. we feel that we can win without urday night's game. joined the ranks to bolster the
If one looked closely, one could him, and we do, we'll win our The third of the new lines has Wolverine line of defense. Paul
discern the name of Mel Waka- share." brothers Lee and Mike Marttila Domm, paired with Lord on the
bayashi hidden under the blue Three completely new lines at the wings and Ron Ullyot at starting team, came into his own
line, played together for the first time center. The Marttilas combined during the holiday tournaments
On the ice and over the loud- over the weekend with good re- for the game-winning goal in when he was voted to the all star
speaker, little No. 9 was even sults. Renfrew was pleased with Saturday's contest. squads for both the Great Lakes
more noticeably absent. The Wol- the line centered by junior Bruce Young 'M' Defense and the RPI tourneys.
verines dropped a 7-5 decision. Koviak with senior Bob Boysen Analyzing his team without The other two sophs, Phil Gross
The next night in the rematch, and sophomore Randy Binnie at Wakabayashi Renfrew stated "we and Lars Hansen, have been al-
Michigan won a 4-3 thriller. the wings, calling it "the best don't have any outstanding stars ternately teaming with Thompson
Solid Line checking line we have." The Wol- on the team now, but we have to complete the other lines.
Thus ended the first test of the verine coach praised Boysen who excellent balance and depth. We
hockey team without big little scored a goal in each of the plan to continue using the same
No. 9. The Wolverines had turned games. three lines for now, and we have

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Jim Keough and Harold Herman Denver now has 16 consecutive
will continue to split upcoming home games, and Renfrew predicts
series. that "they won't lose more than
One newcomer to the squad is two games for the remainder of
Jerry Hartman, a letterman de- the season. They have their
fensive halfback from the football strongest team since 1963 (when
team. Hartman has been working they finished second in the NCAA
out as a forward and is expected with a 23'-9-1 record), and they
to be ready for action soon. have great shooting and skating
With his two goals in Saturday's ability, along with tremendous

encounter, Baird increased his
team-leading total to 13. He is
followed by Galbraith with 10 and
Koviak with 9.
Blue Racers
Even though the weekend split
ended the Wolverines' undefeated
string, their record stands at
11-1-1 overall and 3-1 in the

depth."
Minnesota. Michigan's opponent
in two games this weekend, is con-
sidered by Renfrew to be the
"best skating team in the league,"
"But," added the Wolverine
mentor, "we can skate with any-
body. We expect to be in the thick
of the race all'the way."

Matmen Optimistic
After Weekend Win

Cv UCSWAGEN OF AMERICA, INC.

PAUL DOMM

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Make sure you like it before you buy it.
You know how long Volkswagens last.-

like it or not, that's a Volkswagen. With
oil the beauty of the funny-looking one.
An air-cooled engine that can't boil
over or freeze and averages 27 miles per
gallon of gas. Which is pretty good for
a car that goes 84 miles per hour.
We not only put in a lot of what makes
the bug so nice. We also put in a lot of
what makes the bug so nice for so long.
Sweat.
The Volkswagen Fastback is made the
same way Volkswagens were made ten
years ago. Since most of them are still

around, that couldn't be too bad.
It goes through 3,120 inspections. Noth-
ing gets into the car that isn't perfect.
For a scratch on the door that only a
trained VW inspector could ever see,
we'll scratch the whole door.
We even take a lot of pains with what
you con see. The paint job involves 2
chemical baths, 3 sandings (one by hand)
and 4 coats of paint.
So first be sure you like the Fastback.
Then be sure to pick a color you can live
with a long time.

Pro Baseball
Delays Draft
HOUSTON (A") - Professional
baseball has agreed not to sign a
college player to a contract until
after his senior year, except in
certain situations, President John
(Hi) Simons of the American
, Association of College Baseball
Coaches said Friday.
IThe new rule, effective last Jan.
1, provides that no college base-
ball player can be drafted and/or
signed by a professional team un-
til after the final game of his sen-
ior year.
KEEP AHEAD
OF YOUR HAIR
- NO WAITING
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" OPEN 6 DAYS
The Dascola Barbers
Near the Michigan Theatre

By BOB LEES
First meet jitters are a natural
in, sports. As wrestling coach Cliff
Keen admonished one of his
charges during yesterday's prac-
tice following the 20-9 victory over
Indiana last Saturday, "You must
have worried off a round of ener-
gy on the sidelines while waiting
your turn."
For Wolverine grapplers, how-
ever, such nervous sweat should
be obsolete. Michigan's wrestling
squads have piled up an impres-
sive 38 victories in their past 39
dual meets, and this year's edi-
tion seems not to be a detriment
to this tradition.
Hey Hustle
Commenting on last weekend's
performance, Keen seemed gener-
ally pleased with his squad. "The
boys' performances were quite sat-
isfactory, especially for a first
mfeet," he said. "They made a lot
of mistakes, but made up for it
with a lot of hustle," he added.
The Wolverines gained victories
in six of the nine classifications
against Indiana with the high-
light Dave Porter's pin of 300-
pound Chuck Wertshnig in the"
heivyweight division. The present
NCAA champion took exactlyg50
seconds' to bring down his gar-
gantuan opponent in the meets
finale.
The only three losses came in
the 130-, 137-, and 167-pound divi-
sions, where Geoff Henson was
edged by Jim McCall, a high fin-
isher in this year's Terre Haute
Invitational, Larry Lentz deci-
sioned -Gordon Weeks, and Jim

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guarded optimism. "Those boys
lost to some pretty rugged oppo-
nents," he declared, "but they're
pretty rugged themselves. They'll
win their share before the season
runs its course," he continued.
The Big Ten Meet is a long
way off, and Keen is concentrat-
ing on the dual meets. "We've got
a lot of tough ones coming up,

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Blankenship, a former Indiana particularly the one this weekend
state high school champion, de- against Northwestern," he com-
feated Wayne Hanson, respective-'neadigta wev o h
ly. """'"'"''-mented, adding that 'we've got the
Tough Ones first one under our belts, though,
But here again Keen expressed and we should be on our way."

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