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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Idaho,

68-57,

Win

Second

Dan

)utweighed Fink To Stay Heavyweight

Second Half Surge, Top
Defensive Play Pace 'M'

are very strong at the lower With hard work, the powerful
weights and have strength in the Fink hopes to match his last year's
higher weights, too," he said. 177 pound record, and accomplish
He looks for a fine performance as much in the 191 class. He
from Guy Curtis in the heavy- points out: "Barring injuries and
weight class, and states, "Fritz scholastic difficulties, we will be
Kellerman should come through able to keep at full strength and
with a good showing in every each member of the squad will be
match." Kellerman, the defending able to work at one weight class,
137 pound champion of the Big thus allowing each man to keep
Ten, won his first match of the tabs on his own opponents."
season at 130 pounds against Pur- Michigan wrestling fans can
:ue. only wait and see how Fink and
Third Year the rest of the team succeed in
In his third year of varsity the defense of their Big Ten team
wrestling at Michigan, Fink is Wrestling title, and Fink is op-
looking forward to wrestling in timistic about the new, unknown
the 191 pound class. "It's a new 191 pound division.
class, just made official this year,
and at least I won't be outweighed
while wrestling in that class." College Basketball
Fink did his high school wresti,- Ohio University 71, Marshall 53
ing at Ypsilanti High School, and Lasalle 79, Bucknell 69
will be wrestling in his third col- Wake Forest 68, North Carolina St. 67
lege weight division when Michi- Bradley 95, Nevada 59
gan meets Indiana in Yost Field- Temple 67, Lafayette 50
house on January 7. Listed at. 17 Villanova 92, Fordham 54
th Dayton 84, Miami (.) 69
Pouns inthe resasonMichgan Toledo. 96, West. 'Michigan 66
wrestling outlook, Karl will be Holy Cross 83, Boston Univ. 51
wrestling at 191 pounds for the DePaul 62, Bowling Green 60
first time, following two matches Maryland 78, Georgetown 67
William & Mary 61, George Washing-
in the heavyweight division, ton 57

(Continued from Page 1) v
last night. In addition to their
good shooting percentage, the Wol-
verines turned out a tremendous
defensive effort, stealing the ball
several times and preventing
Idaho, especially Maren, from tak-
ing any good shots from inside.
Don Petroff sparked the offensive
attack for the Wolverines in the
second half. Seeing limited action
in the opening stanza, and not
getting into the game again until
midway through the second half,
the 6'4" sophomore forward potted
six field goals during the same
span to help Michigan maintain
its lead, which varied from 10 to
17 points throughout the half.
The Wolverine second half effort
was helped considerably by the fact
that Idaho could not make a field
goal for the first eight minutes of
the half. Senior guard Dale James

-Daily-James Warneka
GRABS REBOUND-Michigan center Bob Brown (with ball)
takes a hard-earned rebound away from W'V" Idaho center Ken
Maren (43) in the heated action of last night's game. This didn't
happen very often to Maren as he grabbed 19 rebounds.

Berenson Leads 'M' Scorers

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By JIM BERGER
Looking at Michigan's four
game hockey statistics, it is quite
evident that as far as scoring is
concerned, the first line of Gor-
WCHA Standings
W L T Pct.
MICHIGAN 2 0 0 1.000
Denver 2 0 0 1.000
Minnesota 2 0 0 1.000
Mich. Tech. 3 1 0 .750
North Dakota 1 7 0 .125
Mich. State 0 2 0 .000
Colo. College 0 0 0 .000
FRIDAY'S GAMNES
Denver at Michigan Tech
MICHIGAN at North Dakota
U.S. Nationals at Minnesota
SATURDAY'S GAMES
Denver at Michigan Tech
MICHIGAN at North Dakota
Michigan State at Colorado College
MONDAY, DEC. 19
Michigan State at Denver
MICHIGAN at Colorado College
TUESDAY, DEC. 20
Michigan State at Denver
MICHIGAN at Colorado College
THURSDAY, DEC. 22
MICHIGAN at Denver
FRIDAY, DEC. 23
MICHIGAN at Denver
Minnesota vs. U.S. Nationals (Duluth)
MONDAY, DEC. 26
Michigan Tech at Denver
TUESDAY, DEC. 27
Michigan Tech at Denver
Minnesota vs. U.S. Nationals (Virgin-
It)
THURSDAY, DEC. 29
Michigan. Tech at Colorado College
FRIDAY, DEC. 30
Michigan Tech at Colorado College
Russian Nationals at North Dakota
MONDAY, JAN. 2
Russian Nationals at Minnesota

don "Red" Berenson, Larry Bab-
cock, and Al Hinnegan has been
Michigan's most productive trio.
They have chalked up 13 goals
and 14 assists for a total of 27
points. The leading scorer is Ber-
enson with 13 points on seven
goals and six assists, while his
line mates have seven points each.
Berenson's big game was last
Friday night against North Da-
kota, when he picked up two
goals and three assists. Last Sat-
urday was Babcock's big night.
The sophomore left-winger be-
came the first Wolverine this year
to record the "hat-trick," three
goals in a single game.
Second Group Successful
Michigan's second line of Bill
Kelly at center, Joe Lunghamer
and Captain Dale MacDonald at
the wings, has also achieved suc-
cess thus far this season.
The line has nine points, with
four goalsI and five assists, and
Kelly, with two goals and two as-
sists, is the line's leading scorer.
Although Michigan's third line,
featuring Pat Cushing at center
with Tom Pendlebury and John
McGonigal at the wings, has not
been as successful in the scoring
area, their forechecking and de-
fensive play has been worthy of
much merit by Coach Al Renfrew,
As far as penalties are concern-
ed, Michigan skaters have spent
a total of 20 minutes in the pen-
alty box. Defenseman Don Rodg-
ers and John Palenstein have ac-

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In the goalie department, both
m Coyle and Dave Butts have
en about equal. In Coyle's two
mies in the nets, he has stop-.
kd 45 shots on goal, and six
als have been scored against
,m.
Butts' first game, against Tor-
to, was a shut-out, but against
irth Dakota last Saturday night,
ve pucks got past him. He'has
two game total of 43 saves.
xHockey *Statistics,

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GP G A Pt
Berenson, _C. 4 7 6
Hinnegan, W 4 2,5
Babcock, W 4 4 3
Kelly, C 4 2 2
MacDonald 4' 1 1
Lunghamer, W 4 1 2
Cushing, C 4 0 0
Pendlebury, W 4 1 1
McGonigal 4 1 0
White, W 4 0 0
Rodgers, D 4 0 2
Palenstein, D 4 0 2
Nielsen, D 4 0 1
Saves:
Coyle--45
Dutts-43 .
Opponents--122
Goals Against: Coyle 6
Butts--S

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finally broke the ice with 12:09
remaining in the game with a
driving layup.
g Defense Good'
Michigan Coach Dave Strack was
very pleased with his team's per-
formance last night, especially the
defense. "It was definitely our best
defensive effort of the season," he
remarked after the game. "The
boys were hustling and aggressive
all the way.:'
Strack was also pleased with the
way his team worked its offensive
patterns. "We started snapping
the ball around and made fewer
mistakes offensively," he said.
The young mentor was particu-,
larly pleased with the performance
of center Bob Brown, although he
didn't fare too well in the statis-
tics (five rebounds and eight
points)."Brownie is always ag-
gressive," Strack said, and "he
gave at least 100 per cent effort
the second half, and handled the
ball much better."
In fact, Strack said that he was
proud of the aggressiveness dis-
played by the entire team, especi-
ally under the backboards. The
coach was very happy to achieve a
win over his former team that
included four veterans who played
under Strack last year at Idaho.
He has hopes that last night's
victory will give the Wolverines
the impetus needed for the three
Christmas vacation games, start-
ing Monday at Wichita.
Easy Win
IDAHO G F P T
Williams 2 0-0 1 4'
Carolan. . 2 8-8 4 12
Maren 6 7-11 5 19
James 1 1-2 2 3-
White 1 1-3 2 3
Gwilliam 1 2-2 3 4
Floan 3 1-2 0 7.
Porter 1 0-0 3 I
Fleming 1 1-1 1 3
Totals '18 21-29 21 57
MICHIGAN G F P T
Maentz 3 0-0 46.
Cole 2 5-9 3 9
Brown 2 4-5 3 8
Tidwell 9 3-10 2 21
Schoenherr 4 11 3 9
Petroff 7 0-1 3 14
Donley 0 1-1 1 1
Higgs 0 0-1 0 0
Totals 27 14-2819 68
Idaho 28 29--57
MICHIGAN 30 38-68
Attendance: 1,500 (estimated).

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Big}10Says
Syring Lost
61 Eligibility
Dick Syring, a first string guard
on the Wolverine football team
this season, has had the extra year
of eligibility granted him by the
Big Ten, taken away from him
by the same body.
Syring, who was especially tough
on defense this year, was granted
an extra year when he suffered
a knee injury on the third day of
practice in 1959 and had to sit
out the entire season.
However, the decision was re-
versed at the recent Big Ten meet-
ings in Chicago when it was dis-
closed that he played varsity base-
ball last spring. Syring is a catch-
er on the baseball team.
Syring's football career at
Michigan has now ended, although
he still has one more year of eli-
gibility remaining with the base-
ball team. His graduation plans
have not changed, however, and
he is planning on graduation in
February of 1962.

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Cincinnati 121, NTew York 114
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