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SATURDAYaJANUARY 14, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Indiana

Wake

Floods

Tankers

FRATERNITY

Sophomores
Spark 69-54
Hoosier Win
By GRETCHEN TWIETMEYER
Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON-It wasn't Bill
Utley's broken and wired jaw that
bothered Michigan, even though
the Indianaian tried his best to
show it off, making a false start
and gliding back, his clenched
teeth to the audience.
It was a hoax. Champion Utley
and his sealed mandibles didn't
come close to victory.
It was a combination of things
that made Michigan swimming
Coach Gus Stager sigh, "We could
have beat them if . . ." and Tom
O'Malley project, "Wait till we
get them in our pool.",
Hoosier swimming Coach Doc
Councilman attributed Indiana's
09-54 victory here last night to
sophomore Bryan Bateman, who
quite decisively purloined the 50-
and 100-yard freestyle from Bill
Groft. "He was the man who broke
Michigan," Councilman benevol-
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Kingery, Sheerer, O'Mal-
ley, Groft). 2. Indiana. Time -
. 338.9.-
1000-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Roibe
(M). 2. Webb (I). 3. Wilson (I).
Time-10:09.2.
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Windle
(I). 2. Cordin (). 3. Wiebeck (M).
. Time-i :46.6..
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Bate- -
man (1). 2. Groft and Palgett (M)
(tie). Time-;21.9.
200-YD. INDVIDUAL MEDLEY - .
1. Hickox (I). 2. Richards (I). 3.
Williams (M). Time-2:01.2.
ONE-METER DIVING-1. Sitzberg-
er (1). 2. Brown (M). 3. Young (I).
Points-29285.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Arusso
(M). 2. Bisbee (M). 3. Borowski (I).
Time-1:57.0.-
..100-YDFREESTYLE-1. Bateman
(I). . Wiebeck (M). 3. Groft (M).
Time-:48.1.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. King-
ery (M). 2. Hiekox (I). 3. Bayles (I).
Time-i::58.5.
500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Windle
(I); 2. Roble (M); 3. O'Connor (M).
Time-4:48 (pool and varsity record).
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Scheerer (M). 2. Perkowski (I). 3.
Robertson (M). Time-2:15.0.
3-METER DIVING-1. Sitzberger
(). 2. Meaden (M). 3. Young (1).'
Points-3425.I
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY-1.
Indiana (Bateman, Winddle, Hick-
ox, Webb). 2. Michigan. Time-3:14.6.
ently ejaculated. "And he had
trouble getting into the water be-
cause of a sprained ankle. I didn't
really expect him to win."
Only a Hair
Hair-breadth Hoosier firsts like
t' e 500-yard freestyle match be-
tween the Wolverine's Carl Robie
and Indiana's Bob Windle added
points to mounting Indiana totals.
Robie whipped Windle earlier in
the 1000-yard version, but Windle
st a new pool and varsity record
in the 500 with a time of 4:48.
Roble's time was only three-tenths
of a second slower and also eclips-
ed the old mark.E
Michigan made its best showing
in the specialties. Backstroker
Russ Kingery substantially outdis-
Gymnasts,
(Continued from Page 6)
ictory column for Loken since he
4 came to Michigan 20 years ago.
Although facing a serious chal-
lenge, Loken remains optimistic.
"Our boys are fired up, and they
all expect to perform better than
they did against Indiana. We hope
to score 185 or better, and I think
we'll need at least 185 to come
out on top."
Scott Paris, parallel bars spe-
cialist, will return to action after
missing the Indiana meet due to
a sprained ankle. Loken claims

that Miller will perform in his
customary fashion after last Sat-
urday's dismal showing. The ebul-
A lient coach also predicts overall
improvement in every event. _

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Icers' Offense Masters Minnesota, 10-5

BOB WINDLE

tanced highly rated soph Charlie
Hickox, while Lee Bisbee and Tom
Arusoo, two Wolverine sophs, had
their own private battle in the
200-yard butterfly.
Bisbee, with a stroke that look-
ed as though he was going to
scoop out half the pool, took a
strong lead, but the less slippery-
looking Arusoo, overtook him and
went on to win.
Silent Scheerer
In the breaststroke garrulous
Paul Scheerer, who had tacitly
worried about Indiana soph Dave
Perkowski all through his roast
beef and jello dinner, had no trou-
ble handling his less experienced
challenger.'I
Volunteered Councilman on the
amazing amount of time that the
NCAA champ spends submerged in
the water, "What really killed Per-
kowski was Scheerer's turns."
The sophomores came through
for both teams when needed. Doc
Councilman the earned that title
with a thesis on the breaststroke)
praised, "f you'd have asked me
at the beginning of the season how
we could do without Utley and
Kevin Berry (the Aussie Olympian
was benched with the flu), I'd
have said forget it. But Bateman,
Hickox and Perkowski made up for
it."
Place and Show
Stager reiterated that theme,
pointing to the valuable second
and third place points his sophs
picked up. Tom O'Connor eked
out third place behind Robie and
Windle in the 500 freestyle.
John Robertson, third in the
.breaststroke, earner Scheerer's ap-
probation. He also won the hard
luck award of the meet when the
plastic card informing him that he
had three lengths remaining, fell
off the pole and bopped him on
the bean.
Another sophomore, Michigan
diver Jay Meaden, showed up well
in his second meet. After finish-
ing out of the money in one meter
springboard, he came back with
steady scores to place second be-
hind Hoosier Ken Sitzberger in
three meter competition.
Disappointing Divers
Councilman suggested that In-
diana's divers were a disappoint-
r.ent because they were counting
on first and second. But as it
turned out, the Wolverines almost
hustled them for second and third
at three meters. Fred Brown, who
warmed up to second on the low
board, dissipated his points by a
fluke on his last high board dive.
Olympic champ Sitzberger, how-
ever, put on an unbeatable show.
With a series of thrilling spirals,
he evoked eights and even nines
from the judges-staggering scores
for this early in the season.
Stager, encouraged by the gen-
eral performance of his swimmers,
speculated that Michigan would
have a winning season ahead. Un-
doubtedly, that also applies to to-
day's meet at Purdue where a
team that just spent a lot of en-
ergy on their toughest opponent
battles a group with a scraggly
0-11 record last year.
Daily Classifieds
Bring Quick Results

By GRAYLE HOWLETT I
Way back in November when
the world was still wondering who
was No. 1 in football, Michigan
hockey coach Al Renfrew leaned
back in his chair and appraised
his team: "This club will have
trouble scoring and our inexper-
ienced defense has to be our main
weakness."
After last night's explosive 10-5
drubbing of Minnesota, Coach
Renfrew was singing a different
tune. "Did I say that? It just
goes to show you what a funny
game this hockey is," said a
beaming Renfrew ,amid congratu-
lations.
Senior forward Bob Baird, who
collected four goals and an assist,
had a laugh about the lackluster
scoring tag too: "That's just
what 'the sportswriters thought
after we lost Wakabayashi, we
weren't even thinking about that.
We're skating a lot better than
we did last weekend. We're not
waiting around in front of the net
to set up the 'pretty play.' Instead
we're starting to shoot more."
Early Goal
Baird started the festivities early
when he banged in a power play
goal off Gopher netminder Pete
Roussopolous' skates with help
from Paul Domm and Dean Lucier
at the 2:10 mark of the first
period.. Then some eight minutes
later, Baird collected his second'
marker of the night, an instant
replay job, again from Domm and
Lucier.
In the same period the Wolver-
ines erupted for three more goals
from Lucier, Lars Hansen, and
Bob Boysen as Michigan fired 20
shots on goal. Michigan also
handed an early shower to Rous-
sopolous who was replaced by
Chuck Holt in the net after the
fifth marker.
Extra-curricular activity spiced
the high-speed first quarter when
Michigan's Danny Walter squared
off with Mike Crupi of the Goph-
ers, but Crupi came out the worst
for wear sporting a 10-minute
illboar
Anyone interested in becoming
an intramural basketball referee
is urged to call the IM building
663-4181 and leave his name and
phone number. Refs are paid $2
per hour for mediating contests
played every night of the week
and Saturday afternoons.
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misconduct penalty and an ejec-
tion from the game.
Down and Out
Minnesota managed to close the
gap to three at 5-2, but it was
virtually all over except for keep-
ing track of the score as the Wol-
verines ran their season record to
12-1-1, 4-1 in the WCHA. Minne-
sota now stands 5-9 on the season,
and 1-7 in the conference.
"Who'd ever believe we'd be
12-1-1 at this point in the sea-
son," Michigan captain Mike
Marttilla commented. "It's just
fantastic! Actually, we're skating
much better and how about the job
Lucier's line (Lucier, Baird, and
Doug Galbraith) is doing. Dean's
doing a great job of backchecking
and keeping the puck in the of-
fensive zone.
Resting on the 3-goal margin,
Michigan scored early again in the
second stanza on Baird's hat trick
but the rest of the period was all
Minnesota as Pete Fichuk and
Chuck Norby cut the margin to
two.
"We went out there with that
big lead and just went flat," Mart-
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: M -
Baird (Domnm, Lucier) 2:10; M -
Baird (Domm, Lucier) 10:05; M-
Lucier (Galbraith, Gross) 13:39;
, Minn-Norby ,Paradise, Klatt) 14:14;
M-Hansenk(Boysen) 15:27; M-Boy-
sen (Koviak, Thompson) 15:58; Minn
-Shattuck (Hughes) 18:23. Penal-
ties: Minn-Crupi (tripping) 1:12;
M-Lord (hooking) 6:43; Minn-Dale
(roughing) 11:37; M=-Domm (rough-
ing) 11:37; M-Lord (kneeing) 16:27;
Minn-Crupi (5-min., fighting) 17:-
57; Minn-Crupi (10-min. miscon-
duct) J7:57; Minn-Crupi (10-mim.,
game misc.) 17:57; M-Walter (5-
min., fighting) 17:57.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: M-
Baird (Lucier) 3:31; Minn-Fichuk
(Fraser, Norby) 9:13; Minn-Norby
(Fichuk) 14:02. Penalties: Minn -
Christenson (holding) 0:29; M -
Thompson (holding) 4:05; M-Domm
(crosschecking) 5:07; M - Gross
(kneeing) 18:55.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: M --
Baird (Galbraith, Gross) 3:24; M-
Galbraith (Mike Marttila) 8:27; M-
Binnie (Boysen, Baird) 10:01; Minn
- Hartman (Brooks, Baird) 11:30;
Minn-Dale (Fraser) 13:16. Penal-
ties: Minn-Gambucci (interference)
1:57; Minn--Hughes (tripping) 6:47;
Minn-Branch (tripping) 13:51.
Saves:
Roussopolous 10
Molt (Minn) 5 11 17-43
Keough ,(M) 12 16 8-36
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tila shrugged, "but our defense
did come through especially when
we were two men short." Marttila
was referring to the great job
turned in by Hansen, Lucier, and
Phil Gross in killing a minute
when the Wolverines had lost the
services of Mark Thompson and.
Paul Domm.
"Our defense rose to the occa-
sion," Renfrew commented, "but
this Minnesota team scares you
with the way they skate. They're
a fine, hard-skating club and the
way they came out in the second
period I was worried."
Another thing that scared you
about the Minnesota team was
that almost the same conditions
prevailed this time as existed last
year when the Gophers came in
to play a weekend series, and
swept it from a hot Wolverine
team. Then, as now, they had.
started off slow but came on
strong and easily made Michigan
two of its victims as they ran up
a ten game win streak.
After losing five in a row to
start the season, the Gophers have
looked impressive in recent weeks.
But instead of listening to last
year's head coach John Mariucci,
who this season resigned, crow
about how his team was ready "to
take on the Detroit Red Wings,"
all that was heard from Mariuc-
ci's replacement Glenn Sommor
was the locking of the door to
reporters and/or the locking in of
his team.

The third period saw the Wol-
verines come out skating and they
quickly put the wounded Gophers
out of their misery. Baird got his
fourth, Galbraith added another,
Randy Binnie netted the third of
the stanza, and the last line got
into the act when Ann Arbor pro-
duct Jerry Hartman closed out
the Michigan scoring.
"All I can say," Renfrew add-
ed, "is that we skated much bet-
ter than we did last Friday night.
Tonight, we mainly got our
chances, took advantage of them,
and scored more times than they
did. We've been working hard
and we're starting to take our
shots. But this Minnesota club
is dangerous and they could very
easily rebound."
Tonight at 8:00, at the Coliseum,
Michigan will again host Minne-
sota and maybe Coach Al Renfrew
will have to eat his words again.
Scores
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Virginia Tech 74, Davidson 68
Princeton 90, Harvard 46
Wichita 98, Swedish Nationals 77
No. Michigan 84, Northwood Inst. 59
Utah 84, Arizona State 71
PRO BASKETBALL
Boston 122, Chicago 102
Cincinnati 125, Los Angeles 115
Detroit 119, Baltiinore 118
Philadelphia 125, St. Louis 107
New York at San Francisco (inc)
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
JOHN SUTKUS

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