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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Michigan Icers' Entire Second Li

5'

Nursing In juries From Huskie Series

-Daily-David Giltrow
TWO AGAINST FOUR-Tom Cole (31) and teammate Scott Maentz (35) in the background
battle four Hoosiers for a rebound in Saturday's game. One of Michigan's standouts in the
11 point defeat at the hands of Indiana was Cole, a 61" sophomore, who scored 12 points and
grabbed 11 rebounds.
MATMEN LOOK AHEAD:
Keen Apologizes For Team's Showing

By TOM WEBER
What does a coach have tojsayl
after his wrestlers have just
trounced the opposition, 29-8? 1
"We were a little down for the1
meet and didn't wrestle too well.
I know my boys can do a lot
better," apologized Cliff Keen,
Michigan coach. ]
Down for the meet?
Looking Ahead to Pittsburgh 1
"I think the boys were looking1
back at Penn State and forward
to Pittsburgh a little bit," Keen
explained.
If they were down for the meet
it is understandable. The Wolver-
ines took five matches and tied
another to down a tough Penn
State team, 17-8, during the'
Christmas vacation and next week
they meet an even tougher Pitt
team.
Top Eastern Teams
Penn State and Pittsburgh tied
for the Eastern championship last
year and more recently Pitt easily
won the Wilkes Invitational
Tournament.
Sandwiched In between, of'
course, was Saturday's meet with
lowly Indiana. Indiana turned out
to be even more lowly when its
captain Dick Zboray was unable
to wrestle.
The Wolverines won seven of
the 10 matches -and registered a
tie to run away with the meet.
Karl Fink and Don Corriere post-
ed pins while Dennis Fitzgerald
and Fritz Kellerman did every-
thing but that in winning their
matches.
IM ACTION:
Williams
Overcomes
H ayde
By MARTY MEYERSON
In last night's Residence Hall
I-M Basketball League Williams
defeated Hayden in the A division
53-43
Dave Cambell led the way with
18 points while Hank Dunbar con-
tributed nine plus fine rebounding.
Hayden was not able to overcome
their lack of height.
Taylor crushed Adams 54-26.
Green beat Allen-Rumsey, 31-22,
in spite of Jim Stommen's fine
scoring and good rebounding. Kel-
sey downed Huber, 38-29, with the
aid of Mike Cashman's scoring and
rebounding plus Bruce Baldwin's
shrewd playrmaking.
Chicago ran over Lloyd 39-24
and Anderson swamped Strauss,
38-23. Nel Daughdrill's skillful
ballhandling and hustling defense
couldn't halt Anderson's over-
powering offense.
Gomberg outfought Scott, 52-
45 and Hinsdale edged out Cooley,
37-34.
In the B League, Hayden tram-
pled Chicago 47-20. Gary Stricter
sparked the assalt by contributing
23 points and Clifford Paris Nor-
man added brilliant play-making
and violent defense as he re-
peatedly blocked shots.
Cooley bowed to Strauss 20-16.
Kelsey dropped a close one to
Gomberg, 28-27 as Larry Jacquie
was high scorer and a good re-
bounder for the losers, Hinsdale
over powered Williams 33-19. Van
Tyne beat Prescott by forfeit.
Michigan failed to catch Win-
chell as they won 30-26. In a low
scoring game Anderson topped
Allen-Rumsey 24-14.

As expected, the Hoosiers picked
up their points in the lower
weights.rAfter forfeiting the 115-
lb. match, Indiana took the 123-
lb and 130-lb classes for its two
wins.
A mild surprise occurred in the
157-lb bout where Michigan's Jim
Blaker was held to a tie by Russ
Smith. Blaker usually wrestles at
the 147-lb division, where he won
the Big Ten championship, but
vas moved up by Keen in order to
cover the two new Big Ten weight
divisions, 115-1b and 191-lb.

When asked about the big meet
coming up with Pitt Keen proceed-
ed to rattle off five names which
included a Wilkes Tournament
champion, an Olympic wrestler
and a two-year Pennsylvania high
school champ.
Maybe this is why Keen was
sad about the "low" score against
Indiana.
Of course then maybe more
Michigan coaches wish they could
apologize after routing a Big Ten
opponent,

By DAVE ANDREWS
Michigan's weekend sweep over
Michigan Tech was the second
such sweep of the year for the
Wolverines and extended their
home ice winning streak to five
games.
North Dakota was the other
double victim while the only team
to beat Michigan at home was
Toronto in the season opener.
Great Series
Looking back on the past week-
end, Michigan Coach Al Renfrew
said, "It was a great series, but
a rough one."
Michigan's entire second line
showed up at practice yesterday
nursing injuries. Joe Lunghamer
still favored an ankle injury suf-
fered in the Denver series over the
holidays, Jerry Kolb was limping
with a pulled thigh muscle, and
Captain Dale MacDonald favored
a pulled groin muscle.
Michigan Tech also came out
of the series with multiple bruises,
but their biggest loss didn't come
from an injury.
Misconduct Costly
High scoring Louis Angotti, who
was given a match penalty for
vigorously protesting a miscon-
duct called on him will be forced
(by a Western Collegiate Hockey
Association rule) to sit out the
first game of Tech's series this
weekend with Michigan State.
The :ule states that anyone
given a- match penalty (disqualifi-
cation) will be barred from par-
ticipation in the next WCHA
Ski Club Meeting
The ULLR Ski Club will meet
tonight at 7:30 in the Union to
make final plans for the semes-
ter change skiing vacation at
Mont Trewblant in Canada's
Laurentian Mountains.
All interested skiers are in-
vited to attend.
he said. "It cuts down the fights
and cleans up the game."
Good Attendance
Besides being a great series for
the Wolverines in their battle for
a WCHA playoff position, the two
games were also profitable at the
box office,
The two games drew close to
7,000 fans, and Saturday's crowd
of 3,650 was the biggest at the
Coliseum since way back in
Febraury of 1957 against Michigan
game.
Renfrew called the rule a "good
one." "We (the WCHA rules com-
mittee) made it for that purpose,"
Other Games
Nebraska 65, Colorado 61
West Virginia 94, Syracuse 74
Kansas 73, Oklahoma state 68
Vanderbilt 64, Kentucky 62
Virgixia Tech 77, Furman i2
Auburn 51, Mississippi 40

State. It was also the first time
since Al Renfrew took over as
Coach from Vic Heyliger in the
fall of 1957 that the Wolverines
have drawn a full house.
And the- fans saw some great
hockey.
"We worked harder for the Tech
series than we had all year," Ren-
frew said. "Now I don't know how
to practice for Minnesota. We're
limited by the injuries," he con-
tinued, "I guess we'll have to go
hard for a shorter length of time."
He was particularly pleased with
the first goal of tie series by Red
Berenson. It was a blazing shot
into the far corner taken after a
fake, to the shot side.

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"Red worked on that shot all
week," Renfrew said, " I guess
that's where practice pays off."
' Renfrew also was pleased with
the play of his two goalies in the
Tech series. Jim Coyle and Dave
Butts held the Huskies to a total
of three goals.
"We'll continue alternating
them, he said. "Dave's a great
competitor and would do anything
to stop the puck. The only time I
had any doubts about switching
them was after the first game i
the North Dakota series when
Jimmy had such a great game,"
Renfrew said.
"But I've never been sorry," he
added, "They've both been great."

Hoosiers Whip Spartans;
Hawke yes Beat Badgers

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January 23 to February 2, 1961
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By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana
easily defeated Michigan State's
Spartans 79-55 last night in a
listless Big Ten basketball game.
B'ig Walt Bellamy scored on a
two-handed "dunk" four seconds
after the opening whistle, and,
Indiana led the rest of the way for
its second victory in two Con-
ference starts. He took game
honors with 24 points.
Sophomore Tom Bolyard added
19 points for the Hoosiers.
Ron Sabo and Jack Lamers,
both sophomores, topped Michigan
State with 11 and 10 points, re-
spectively.
The Hoosiers hit 35 of 87 shots
from the field for 40.2 per cent.
Michigan State connected with
22 of 63 for 34.9.
The Spartanslost the ball 34
timestwithout getting a shot. In-
diana 22 times.
- -
Iowsa 76, Wisconsin 68
MADISON - The Iowa Hawk-
eyes staved off a Wisconsin chal-
lenge to win their second Big Ten
basketball game 76-68.
It was the 10th victory for the
Hawkeyes in 11 starts this season.
Iowa had to pull out the victory
while lacking the services of its
two top scorers, Bob Nelson and
Frank Allen, in the closing min-
utes of the contest. Allen, 6'6"
center, pumped in 11 field goals
and two free throws for a total
of 24 points before he fouled out
with 41 minutes left. Nelson was
second high point man for Iowa'
Big Ten Standings
Conference Season
wtL W LI
Indiana 0 3
Intwa 0 10 1
Ohio State 1 0 11 0
Pnurdue 1 0 7 3
>isconsin 1 1 4 7
Northwestern 0 1 4 }>
MWt(IH(;AN 0 1 4 5
Illinois 40 1 3 1
Minnesota 0 1 2 9
Michigan State 0 2 3 7
NBA Fines
Lee For Fight
NEW YORK UP) -- George Le,
former Michigan star, now of the
Detroit Pistons was fined $100
by president Maurice Podoloff of
the National Basketball Associa-
tion yesterday for "unsportsman-
like conduct" in last Thursday's
game with the New York Knicker-
bockers.
In the game, the first of a
doubleheader in Philadelphia, Lee
swapped blows with Ken Sears of
New York during the third period.
Sears later was hospitalized with
a fractured jaw.

with eight field goals and four
free throws for a total of 20.
Nelson picked up a sprained foot
and a deep head gash that forced
him to quit the fight with 312
minutes left.
OSU 8G, Evansville 59
COLUMBUS - Unbeaten , and
top-ranked Ohio etate won its
11th straight this seasoM, 86-59
over Evansville College last night,
with All-America Jerry Lucas on"
the bench the entire game with
a twisted knee.
With Lucas and his 26-plus
scoring average missing, Captain
Larry Siegfried led Ohio State
with 21 points. Defensive ace John
Havlicek scored 19 and Mel No-
well 16.
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Business Administration 150
Business Administration 180
Finance 101
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Finance 201
Ind. Relations 100, 200
Ind. Relations 150
Insurance 170
Insurance 172
Management 110
Management 111
Marketing 100, 101, 200,
201, 210
Marketing 211
Marketing 212!
Statistics 100, 150, 200
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Chemistry 3, 5E, 15, 182, 183
Economics 51, 52, 53, 54
Economics 71, 72
English 23, 24
French 1, 2, 3, 11, i2,
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French 61, 62
Geology 11
Geography 1
German 1, 2, 11, 31, 32, 35, 36
Latin 21, 22
Physics 53
Pol. Science 11
Russian 1, 2, 31, 32
Sociology 60
Spanish 1, 2, 3,21, 22, 31, 32

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