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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14,

PAGE SIX TINE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14.1

'M' Trackmen To Meet Notre Dame, Indiana

Icers To OpenCrucial Series at MSU

By GARY WINER
Stiff competition is expected
this evening in the high hurdles
and the high jump, as the Mich-
igan track team plays. host to
Indiana and Notre Dame in the
Michigan dustbowl, Yost Field
House.

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begin at 6:30 p.m., with the first
running event, the fraternity. and
residence halls relays, slated for
7 p.m.
In the 65-yard high hurdles,
the Wolverines' veteran, Cliff Nut-
tall, will probably be meeting
Notre Dame's Pete Whitehouse.
Last week in the Michigan State
Relays, Whitehouse churned the
70-yard highs in slightly over
:08.6 during a preliminary heat.
But it was Nuttall who came out
on top in the finals of that event.
Nuttall tied the meet record with
an :08.6 clocking.
Miller vs. Densham
Wolverine Bob Densham is ex-
pected to meet some stiff compe-
tition from Hoosier Cornelius Mil-
ler. The highly-regarded Miller

has gone as high as 6'7" this year.
Although Densham cleared 6'101/6"
two weeks ago in the Michigan re-
lays for a new varsity and Yost
Field House record, the sophomore
jumper only managed 6'6" at Easx
Lansing last week.
Assistant track coach Dave Mar-
tin commented, "Densham's steps
were little off. I don't think he's
getting overconfident; there are
just some nights when things

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don't go quite as well as they
should."
Miller was the runnerup to Bill
Holden of Wisconsin in both the
Big Ten indoor and outdoor meets
last year, so this first meeting with
Densham could be a preview of
things to come in the conference
meets.
Al Ammerman, senior high
jumper, is still sidelined with an
ankle injury sustained in the meet
here two weeks ago.
Wolverine polevaulters could
sweep the'entire event. Last week,
George Wade cleared the bar at
14'4" to finish second behind Mis-
souri's Bill Younger at 14.8".
Michigan sophomores Dick Wells
and George Canamare tied for
fourth along with Dave McNa-
mee of Notre Dame. The Hoosiers'
hopes will rest with seniors Bob
Chaffee and sophomore Wilbert
Davis.'Davis broke the Indiana
freshman record last year with a
mark of 13'6".
On the Scene
Frank Carver, Notre Dame's
two-miler, should be on the scene
to give Michigan's Ted Benedict
a run for his money. Carver has
toured the distance in under 9:05,
while Benedict's best time in com-
petition was 9:20 when he won
the event in the Michigan Relays.
Gunning for its fourth straight
victory of the season, Michigan's
mile relay team will take to the
cinders for the final event of the
evening.
Bernard Anchors
Bob Jarema, Dave Romain, Mac
Hunter and Kent Bernard set the
field house and Michigan Relays
record two weeks ago with a 3:18.
clocking. Last week at Michigan
State, the quartet turned in an
even better performance by cross-
ing the tape at 3:17.9.
Indian's unit has run the dis-
tance in about 3:19 and according
to Martin, the Irish have a pretty
good squad also.

By DICK REYNOLDS
Michigan's record - shattering
hockey team will open a crucial
two-game series tonight against
arch-rival Michigan State in East
Lansing.
Currently resting in second
place in the WCHA standings, one
full game behind Minnesota, the
Wolverine icemen need a pair of
victories to stay in contention for
a top spot in the post-season
league playoffs.
Tonight's game and tomorrow
evening's rematch in the Coliseum
will bring to mind some unhappy
memories for the Michigan squad
of last season's series against the
Spartans.
Revenge!
Last year, MSU defeated Al
Renfrew's team all four times they
met, three of the victories decided
by one goal margains. The white-
wash marked the first time in his-
tory a Michigan State hockey team
had swept a season series form
the Wolverines.
While the Spartan sextet has
been anything but spectacular this
season, they would like nothing
better than to derail the Michigan
steamroller that has been averag-
ing better than nine goals per
game this season.
Coach Amos Bessome's team
stands 8-10 on the season, and is

currently standing sixth in WCHA
play with a 1-5 mark.
The State series promises to
provide the Maize and Blue with
a bit more competition than the
two outings against Ohio Univer-
sity and Ohio State last weekend.
In the trip to the Buckeye
state, Michigan established a new
one-game scoring mark by beating
OSU 21-0. The night before, Mich-
igan goalie Bob Gray set a new
school shutout mark by blanking
the Bobcats, 14-0. Gray now has
three shutouts to his credit this
season.
Leading the Spartan offense'
is forward Mac Orme who has
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both WUOM-FM, 97.4, and
WAAM, 1600.
tallied 14 goals and 17 assists.
Next in scoring is wingman Doug
Roberts, a junior forward from
Detroit and a familiar face to the
Michgian team.j
Wolverine fans may remember
Roberts from his clashes last sea-
son with former Michigan defense-
men Ross Morrison and Wayne
Kartusch. This season, the husky
Spartan has ontched 13 goals and
10 assists.
The big job for the Spartans in

the series will be to try to stop
Michigan's powerful scoring ma-
chine. State's defense corps of
Carl Lackey, Don Heaphy, Jim
Jacobsen and Nick Nusat may
find things a bit rough when
Renfrew gives the call to one of
his three well balanced lines.
Illustrative of the Wolverines
fine team balance is that three
men presently are tied for the
team leadership in scoring. Sopho-
more center Wilf Martin leads the
squad in goals with 26, and has
18 assists to -his credit for 44
points. Captain Goidie Wilke and
junior forward Gary Butler have
also tallied 44 points for the sea-
son.
Wakabayashi, Too
Add to this trio, a sophomore
forward named Mel Wakabayashi
who has tallied 13 goals and 11,
assists in eight games, and the
Wolverines- have scoring punch
that is tough to beat in collegiate
hockey anywhere.
Despite last season's sweep by
the Spartans, Michigan holds a
commanding edge in the all-time
series with 50 victories against 14
defeats and, one tie.
In other WCHA games this
weekend, Minnesota travels to
Colorado College for a pair of
games, and Michigan Tech plays
two at North Dakota.
Both Michigan-Michigan State
games will be broadcast over
WUOM-FM, 97.4.

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IN MADISON:

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By LLOYD GRAFF
"Now we have to go to start1
on a new winning streak."
This was the comment of gym-E
nastics Coach Newt Loken as heI
readied his athletes for Saturday's
dual meet with Wisconsin at Mad-
ison. He was referring to theI
skein of 22 dual meet victories his
team had recorded prior to last
week's disaster in Champaign,
when the Wolverines were beaten

in the country. With Blanton and
Lascaritout of the lineup for Mich-
igan, he rates a strong favorite.
Still rings have become a major
headache for Loken.
Ricke Porte, whose forte in
sports is tumbling, will challenge
the Wolverines' Mike Henderson
and Phil Bolton on the mats.
Wisconsin's record thus far is
2-2 in Big Ten competition.

This Weekend in Sports
TODAY
HOCKEY-Michigan at Michigan State
TRACK-Michigan vs. Notre Dame and Indiana, Yost Field
House, 6:30 p.m.
SWIMMING-Michigan at Minnesota
SATURDAY
BASKETBALL-Michigan vs. Indiana, Yost Field House, 2 p.m.
HOCKEY-Michigan vs. Michigan State, Coliseum, 8 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Michigan at Wisconsin
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