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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8* 1964

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8.1964

Wolverine Icers Mangle Ohio U., 14-0
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CAGERS AGAINST ILLINI:
And Now--Battle for the Top'

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this period. The Maize and Blue
tallied their 10th and 11th goals
of the game in quick succession,
at 6:37 and 6:47 of the period.
Tom Cole, forward, also scored
twice in this stanza.
Big Line
The line of Wilfred Martin-Alex
Hood-and Marty Read sparkled
last night, as they tallied five goals
and six assists.
Rick Day and George Forrest
who rarely get in the limelight
played well, Forrest picked up his
third goal of the season, while Day
got his third and fourth assist.
Rapidly-improving Ted Hend-
erson, sophomore defenseman, also
played a good game.
This same Ohio University team
played Ohio State, the Wolverines'
opponent tonight, and beat them
Ice Romp
First Period Scoring: M - Hood
(Martin) 2:18, M-Martin (Hood, Co-
ristine) 2:45, M-Wakabayashi (Co-
ristine, Day) 7:17, M-Coristine (For-
rest, Wakabayashi) 8:16, M-Martin
(Hood, Henderson) 11:47, M-Waka-
bayashi (unassisted) 13:47, M -
Butler (Polonic) 14:58. Penalties: M
-Newton (holding) 3:20, M-Ma-
Donald (boarding) 3:50, OU-L'Heu-
reux (slashing) 7:45, OU-Martin
(charging) 8:40, M-Hood (tripping)
18:45.
Second Period Scoring: M-Waka-
bayashi (Day, Ferguson) 11:10. Pen-
alties: M-Polonic (elbowing) 0:54,
OU-Le Roy (tripping) 2:35, M-
Hood (high sticking) 6:10, OU -
White (high sticking) 6:10, M-Gray
Gray (tripping) (served by Day)
11:27, OU-Arvidson (tripping) 12:46,
M-Forrest (elbowing) 13:22, M -
Polonic (crosschecking) 15:29.
Third Period Scoring: M - Cole
(Wilkie, Martin) 3:58, M-Forrest
(Wilkie, Polonic) 6:37, M-Wilkie
(Day) 6:47, M-Martin (Hood, Read)
8:34, M-Cole (Butler, Wilkie) 9:54,
M-Coristine (Ferguson, Wakabaya-
shi) 11:14. Penalties: OU-L'Heureux
(elbowing) 2:23, M-Forrest (rough-
ing) 12:08, 013-White (roughing)
12:08.
Saves:
Gray (M) 8 12 2-22
Homovec (OU) 13 17 21-51
TODAY:
Thinclads at
MS Relays
Last week's unveiling of the
Michigan track team at narrow-
laned Yost Field House will be fol-
lowed up this week with the run-
ning of the Michigan State relays
at East Lansing today.
Coach Don Canham and his
squad represent just one of the 17
teams which will take part in the
meet. An estimated 350 athletes
will compete on the spacious track
and field layout at Jenison Field
House.
Bob Densham, Michigan's color-
ful and talented high jumper, will
be one of the featured performers.
Densham set a Michigan varsity
and Yost Field House record last
Friday with a leap of 6'10/". He
could very well be pressed in the
high jump by a leaper from Mis-
souri, Ross Tunnell, who won the
Big Eight last year outdoors.
Relays Strong
The Wolverines appear quite
strong in the relay events, includ-
ing the sprint medley relay which
consists of a 440, two 220's, then
an 880 for anchor. Canham plans
to run Kent Bernard, Mac Hunt-
er, Joe Mason and Cecil Norde in
an attempt to beat the host Spar-
tans who won the event at Yost
a week ago.
The two-mile relay team will
challenge the same Western Mich-
igan 7:42.1 team which beat them
last week. Competing for the thin-
clads will be Dan Hughes, Dave
Hayes, Ted Kelly and Des Ryan.
Cliff Nuttall will try to repeat
his high hurdle win of last week
and will be flanked by teammates
Roy Woodton and Norman Kohns.
The same three will go at it in the
lows.

Only One
Ken Burnley will be the sole
entry in the 300-yard run, and
Tom Sweeney will be alone in the
600. John Rowser will join Swee-
ney in the broad jump.
Dorr Casto will buck the flu in
the 1000, flanked by Jay Samp-
son. Jim Austin and Chris Murray
will be competing in the two-mile
run.
High jumper Al Ammerman and
sprinter Willie Brown are on the
injured list. Ammerman's condi-
tion is temporary while Canham
fears that Brown's absence could
be prolonged with a leg injury.
-Tom Weinberg

16-1 on their home ice, and 13-1 at
Columbus. Going on the basis of
this performance, it looks as if
the Blue will have another rela-
tively easy game tonight, in prep-
araiton for a tough home-away
series with the MSU Spartans next
weekend.
Swimmers
T est MSU
Michigan's swimming team will
provide the only home sports ac-,
tion this weekend when the Wol-
verines face Michigan State at
Matt Mann Pool.
As in the past few years the!
meet is expected to be a close one
as the Spartans have a chance'
to win their first dual meet from
the Wolverines since 1956. State
is led by All-American Dick Gret-.
zinger who can swim almost any
event on the program.
Meanwhile, the Michigan fresh-
men swimmers are in Fort Wayne,
Ind., for an AAU sanctioned meet
which began last night and con-
tinues through tomorrow. Fresh-
men from Indiana and Michigan
State p 1 u s other outstanding
swimmers will be competing. The
goal of many of the Wolverine
swimmers is to turn in times that
will qualify them to compete in
the NAAU Meet early in April.
Gymnasts Away
The Michigan gymnastics team
takes on Illinois and Iowa today
in what shapes up to be a pre-
view of the Big Ten Meet.
The Wolverines and the Hawk-
eyes are the powerhouses in the
conference on paper and in action.
George Henry is excellent on the
trampoline and Glenn Gailis is
a fine all-around performer for
Iowa.
Michigan will be short-handed
with Arno Lascari still out and
Rich Blanton gone for the sea-
son. If Michigan wins the meet
it will be the 23rd consecutive
dual meet victory for Coach Newt
Loken's charges.

By TOM WEINBERG
Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - All that's at
stake here this afternoon is first
place in the Big Ten. That's all.
Coach Dave Strack and his Wol-
verines invade the brand new As-
sembly Hall here with the inten-
tion of rebounding from Monday's'
lamentable tragedy in Columbus
and furthering their own cause.

"We've got to do it ourselves,
at home and away," Strack said
even before the Ohio State game.
That was no understatement.
Thus far, in the Big Ten's 29
conference games, the visitors
have won only five including
Michigan wins at Purdue and
Michigan State.
On TV
The game is on television start-
ing at 2:30 on channel 4.
Illinois comes into the contest
with a 3-1 mark in the Big Ten,
as opposed to the Wolverines' 6-1.
Over the year, Harry Combes'
Illini have won ten, lost four.
Their most recent defeat was at
the hands of previously winless
Indiana Monday night in Bloom-
ington.
The Illinois style is fast and
centers around big (6'8%/2") Skip
Thoren. Thoren has improved im-'
measurably since his gangling
start as a sophomore last year.
He's tenth in the conference scor-
ing race with a 19-point average
and leads all rebounders in the
Big Ten with an average of 14.2.
Brody's in Command
Tal Brody, another ;unior at
6'2" and 170 pounds, is in com-
mand of the backcourt for the
Illini. He's scoring at a 23.8 clip
and is sixth in the 'conference,
right behind Cazzie Russell and
Bill Buntin, who are fourth and
fifth. 'Bob Cantrell is expected to
turn his blanket act on the sharp-
shooting Brody.
Illinois as a team is fourth in
the conference in both free throw
and field goal shooting percent-
age with marks of .709 and .421.

They average over 22 fouls a game,
far and away the biggest hackers
in the conference.
To help out Thoren under the
boards the Illini will have discus
thrower and all-state end in foot-
ball, burly Bogie Redmon, who is
a 6'51/2", 225-pound junior from
the state championship school of
Collinsville.
Other Starters
Rounding out the starting five
for Illinois are Don Freeman, a
6'2" forward, and defensive hawk
Jim Vopicka at guard. The team
averages just under 6'5" and com-
pares favorably to the Wolverines.
Bill McKeowan is a junior forward
and plays as the first substitute.
He's a good shot and hit for more
than 20 against Indiana in defeat
last Monday.
In addition to the intrinsic im-
portance of the game today, the
Illini have a score to settle with
their visitors. It stems from last
year's 84-81 upset which the med-
iocre - Strackmen pulled off last
year in the final home game of
the year. The loss temporarily
threwsixth-ranked Illinois out of
first place in the conference, not
to return until the last day of the
season when Indiana obliged its
western neighbors by thumping
the ones to the east, Ohio State,

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Komives,
Newsomne

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SKIP THOREN
... 6'8%" tower

.-Daily-BruceTaylor
MARTIN MANEUVERS-Wilfred Martin (left) skates into position to defend against a Loyola
(of Montreal) attacker in action earlier this season. Last night Martin played a key role in Mich-
igan's victory over Ohio University. The Wolverines, who are averaging about eight goals per game,
extended their season record to 13-2 with the triumph. Martin, who is the third leading scorer
among the Michigan varsity for all games, is the current leader of the WCHA scoring race.
AFTER FIFTH COAFERENCE WIN:
Matmen Ready To FaceOSU

THOSE AMERICAN BOYS:
Clean, Red-Blooded....

INNSBRUCK, Austria - T h e
United States may be almost last
in the Olympics, but good old
Yankee ingenuity enabled the
American squad to come in first
in one category, landing in jail.
At last count five Yanks had
been arrested, two of them minors.
Three All-American boys borrowed
a car for a joy ride Thursday and
soon ended up going the wrong
way down a one-way street. A
couple policemen stopped the car
for questioning. The Americans
refused to answer and a fight en-
sued. One officer ended up with a
broken finger.

The Americans had a trial yes-
terday and were convicted. Their
sentences were suspended and
they were put on probation for
three years. The probation is in
effect when they are in Austria.
In another exciting exploit two
youthful Yanks smashed a door
down at a youth hostel after the
curfew. The crashers were charged
with disturbing the peace and ma-
licious damage.
In the side events like skiing
and skating the U.S. maintained
its narrow lead in medals over
North Korea but slipped further
behind Finland.

Lead Seoritig
By The Associated Press
Howard (Butch) Komives of
Bowling Green leads the nation in
scoring this week with a 33.8 av-
erage, followed closely by Manny
Newsome of Western Michigan
and Rick Barry of Miami (Fla).
Bill Bradley of Princeton is
fourth at 32.0 followed by Work-
man at 31.2, Steve Thomas of
Xavier, Ohio, at 30.4, Gary Bradds
of Ohio State at 30.3 and Jim
Barnes of Texas Western at.30.2.
Bradds ripped the cords for 137
points in three games to jump
from 16th to seventh.
FG FT Pts. Avg.
I. Kemives, B.G. 147 112 406 33.8
2. Newsome, W. Mich.
184 95 463 33.1
3. Barry, Miami 239 168 646 32.3
4. Bradley, Princeton
193 158 544 32.0
5. Werkman, Seton Hall
164 109 437 31.2
6. Thomas, Xavier
201 114 516 30.4
7. Bradds, OSU 188 108 484 30.3
8. Barnes, Texas Western
208 158 574 30.2'
9. Crawford, st Bonaventure
166 98 430 28.7
10. Estes, Utah St. 179 125 483 28.4

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By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI Glenn Mitchell,

a 167-pound

Coach Cliff Keen's Michigan'
wrestler are in Columbus, Ohio,
today to take on the Ohio State
Buckeyes in the Wolverines' fourth
Big Ten Meet of the season.
The Michigan matmen will be
returning to Big Ten competition
after an 18-6 non-conference win
over highly regarded Pittsburgh
here last Saturday. The defend-
ing conference champs will be
attempting to increase their 9-1
season record and 4-0 Big Ten
record with a victory this after-
noon. Last year the Wolverines
won a 21-8 decision over the
Buckeyes.
Ohio State has one of the best
starting three wrestlers in country
according to Keen. At 123 pounds
Mike Berry is regarded as one of
the best at his weight in the con-
ference. Co-captain Gary Joseph,
a Big Ten finalist last year, is at
130. pounds. Joseph also finished
fifth in the NCAA meet and was
chosen on the All-America team.
The other co-captain, Joseph Pic-
cioni was also a Big Ten finalist
last year.
.Soph Crop
The majority of the heavier
weight classes are taken up by very
fine sophomores 'upon whom the
fortunes of the Ohio State team
rest. Among; these 4is newcomer

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wrestler who was state champ of
Iowa for two straight years.
The Wolverines will be. going
with almost the same lineup as
against Pittsburgh except for the
147-pound weight class. Junior

Lee Deitrick is suffering from a
virus infection and will have to
be .replaced .by .junior Tony
Feiock.
Leading off for Michigan will be
Ralph Bahna at 123-pounds, fol-
lowed by Bill Johannesen at 130-
pounds, Gary Wilcox at 137-
pounds, and then Feiock. Michi-
gan's captain Wayne Miller will
wrestle at 157-pounds with Rick
Bay following at the 167-pound
weight class. Rounding out the
Wolverine lineup will be Chris
Stowell and Bob Spaly at 177-
pounds and heavyweight, re-
spectively.
To . Return
On an encouraging note from
the Wolverine mat camp, sopho-
more Cal Jenkins, 137-pounder
who has been out since the be-
ginning of the year with a should-
er injury, is expected to be ready
to compete for the spot next week.
After today's meet the Wolver-
ines face only three more dual
contests before the Big Ten tour-
ney on March 6-7. Next Saturday
is the big one with Iowa at home,
followed by Michigan State away,
and finally, Minnesota on the Yost
Field House mats.

TAL BRODY
... Illini sharpshooter

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Russell, Buntin

Texas Gives Coach Royal
More Money, Added Title

AUSTIN {I'}-In an unpreced-
ented move at the University of
Texas, regents voted yesterday to
make Darrell Royal, college foot-
ball's coach of the year in 1963, a
full professor w i t h life-time
tenure.
Royal's salary was increased to
$24,000 a year, a $4,000 raise from
the salary he has made for several
years while holding the titles of
athletic director and head football
coach of the state's largest school.
Royal's new title does not at
this time include assignment to
any specific teaching department.
He will continue his other duties.
Praise Coach

Royal voluntarily withdrew from
consideration for the Oklahoma
position, saying he was "perfectly
happy at Texas."
He came to Texas from the Uni-
versity of Washington in 1957,
and in his- first year the Long-
horns won six, lost three and tied
wone after finishing with a 1-9
record the previous year.
In Royal's . second year, the
Longhorns ended an embarrassing
string of defeats by Oklahoma,
edging the Sooners 15-14. Texas
now has won six consecutive
games from Oklahoma and never
has lost to Texas A&M, another
arch-rival, since Royal came to

Fourth, Fifth
CHICAGO (W) - Michigan's
Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin
hold down fourth and fifth places
in the Big Ten basketball scoring
race, according to statistics re-
leased Wednesday.
Ohio State's Gary Bradds has
scored 223 points in six games for
a 37.2 average and holds a big lead
in the scoring derby.
Northwestern's Rick Lopossa is
next with a 29.2 average and Dave
Schellhase of Purdue is third with
27.0.
Russell, with 181 points in seven
contests, has a 25.9 per game aver-
age, while Buntin has a 24.1 aver-
age on 169 points in the same
number of games.

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Scores

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Davidson 95, Georgia Southern 76
Vanderbilt 96, Tulane 64
Columbia 62, Brown 53
COLLEGE HOCKEY
Michigan Tech 3, Nodth Dakota 1
COLLEGE WRESTLING
Northwestern 19, Iowa 7
Illinois 16, Wisconsin 13
NBA
Cincinnati 126, Philadelphia 114
Boston 133, New York 112

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