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ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1964

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By DICK REYNOLDS
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING-Paced by the
spectacular goaltending of Bob
Gray, Michigan's hockey team roll-
ed to a hard-earned 2-0 victory
over arch rival Michigan State
here last night.
By whitewashing the Spartans,
the senior net-minder recorded his
fourth shut-out of the season and
ran his scoreless string to 136
minutes and six seconds. The lastj
goal scored on Gray was at the
3:54 mark of the third period
against Colorado College.
Michigan Coach Al Renfrew call-
ed Gray's performance "simply
fabulous." The 2-0 blanking tied

rip MSU in Series Opener, 2-0

WIN 11 EVENTS:
Trackmen Drop ND, Indiana

a WCHA season record held by
three other goalies.
Key Saves
Illustrative of Gray's prowess in
the nets was his ability to come
up with key saves in tight situa-
tions when MSU applied the pres-
sure late in the game.
After a hard checking but rath-
er ragged first period, Michigan
opened the scoring at 12:20 of the
second stanza when Jack Cole fir
-ed home his sixteenth goal of
the season.
Cole's tally came seconds after
Gray had made one of his great
saves against MSU's Mike Coppo.
The first Michigan goal was a
perfect set-up as Gary Butler set

Cole with a clearing pass In front
of the Spartan net where Cole1
fired home a 25-foot screen shot
that sailed over the left shoulder
of Michigan State's goalie Harry
Woolf.
Second Score
The Wolverines added a second
goal at the 4:07 mark of the third
period when Butler sent a sizzling
30-foot shot into the MSU net. De-
fenseman Roger Gallipeau set up
Butler's goal when he carried the
puck into the MSU zone where he
was board-checked by two Spartan
defenders. The puck bounced off
the board onto Butler's stick, and
Butler then notched his goal of
the season.

Throughout the entire game
both teams resorted to heavy body
checking, and as a result referee
Bob Gilray handed out 11 penal-
ties, seven to Michigan and four to
the Spartans.
At one point in the third per-,
lod Michigan played with two men
short, with Barry MacDonald and
Wilf Martin sitting out two min-
ute holding penalties called at 5:01
and 5:51 respectively. With a two.
man advantage MSU began apply-
ing heavy pressure on the Michi-
gan net. Thanks to Gray's superb
play and the fine defensive work
of MacDonald and Tom Polonic
Michigan was able to stave off the
Spartan rally.
At the 6:15 mark in the third
period Spartan fans had a brief

SPOILERMAKERS LOOK FOR UPSET:
Scuryi'Hooir et M

Spartans Fall

..By BILL BULLARD. .
An Indiana basketball team with
what can only be described as a
deceptive 1-6 Big Ten record chal-
lenges league - leading Michigan
today at 2 p.m. in Yost Field
House.
The Wolverines are on top of
the conference with a 7-1 mark
while the Hoosier record leaves
them embedded in the cellar. But
Indiana, thus far in its disappoint-
On the Air
Today's Indiana basketball
game will be televised on chan-
Fel 4, and broadcast on both
WUOM-FM, 97.4, and WARM,
1600.
ing season, has played its best
games against the front runners.
In its role as a spoiler, Indiana
knocked Illinois from the ranks of
the conference unbeaten, 104-96,
on the same night that the Ohio
State Buckeyes were pinning the
first league loss on Michigan. This
defeat kept the Illini out of sole
possession of first place and was
the first of three straight losses
which reduced Illinois to also-ran
status.
Almost Another
Not contented with this show-
ing, the Hoosiers almost pulled
off another upset on their next
outing. Ohio State came to Bloom-
ington to visit and the Buckeyes
needed an overtime period to sal-
vage a 98-96 victory.
A Michigan victory over Indiana

will make this the winningest sea-
son in Wolverine history except
for the 1918-19 team which had an
18-6 mark. The 17-2 record with
which would'result from a win to-
day surpasses four 16-game win-
ning seasons, the latest before
last season being that of 1947-48
when the Wolverines won their
last Big Ten championship.
Indiana juniors Dick and Tom
VanArsdale and Jon McGlocklin
all are within the league's top 20
scorers. Dick leads his twin Tom
with a 22.4 points per game aver-
age to a 20.7 average. McGlocklin
is chipping in 15.3 points per
game. Dick VanArsdale has the
Indiana individual game high this
season with 42 points.
Redenbaugh Tough
At the guards, junior Steve Red-
enbaugh is averaging almost 10
points a game. Little 5'9" Vern
Pfaff has hit on 10 points a game
in the last six games that he has
started. Coach Branch McCracken
apparently is thinking of benching
Redenbaugh today in favor of 6'4"
sophomore Gary Grieger.
Indiana has the same high-soor-
ing, little-defense kind of a team
that fans haye come to expect of
McCracken. Five times the Hoos-
iers have gone over the 100 point
mark and their opponents have
done so three times.
High Scoring
In Big Ten action, Indiana has
allowed other teams to score
against it with more regularity
than any other squad except Mich-
igan State. The Hoosiers have al-
lowed an average of 88.7 points to

be scored against them while
'scoring an average of 85.4 them-
selves.
Indiana is also low in field goal
percentage with .400 although
their free throw average of .764
is second to Michigan in the con-
ference.
The Hoosiers are headed for one
of their worst seasons in history,
and stand 5-12 so far this season.
McCracken's gang still has seven
league games to play.

MICHIGAN Pos. MICH, STATE
Butler F Rooerts
Wilkie G Orme
Cole F Elliot
MacDonald D Jacobsen
Polonic D Lackey
Gray G Woolf
First Period Scoring: None. Pen-
altiles: M-Polonic (interference)
3:16; M-Cole (cross-checking) 7:00;
MSU-Orme (elbowing) 17:12.
Second Period Scoring: M-Cole
(Butler, Wilkie) 12:20. Penalties:
MSU - Jacobson (elbowing) 1:08;
MSU-Elliott (hooking) 6:45; M -
Hood (tripping) 15:38.
Third Period Scoring: B-Bptler
(Galipeau) 4:07. Penalties: M-Mac-
Donald (holding) 5:01; M-Martin
(holding) 5:51; M-Ferguson (ille-
gal check) 8:15; M-Ferguson (in-
terference) 14:08; MSU-Coppo (in-
terference) 19:35; MSU - Orme
(nigh sticking) 19:50.
MSU 90 09-0
MICHIGAN 0 1 1-2
Saves:
Woolf (MSU) 8 6 9-23
Gray (M) 6 8 17-31
Gymnasts
Try Rebound
The Michigan gymnastics team
challenges Wisconsin this after-
noon in Madison hoping to' re-
bound from last week's dual meet
loss to Iowa and Illinois.
On paper the Wolverines rate
slim favorites, but their chances
are dimmed by lack of depth be-
cause of key injuries. Fred Rath-
lessberger, Ned Hopper, Pete Bau".
er and Rick Porte figure to pre-
vide the point-making nucleus of
the Badger gym team.
Michigan rates strongest in tl
trampoline, tumbling and floor ex
ercise. Wisconsin looks particularly
good on the still rings.

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moment of joy when a shot by cen-
ter Mac Orme slid into the Michi-
gan net. However, referee Gilray
disallowed the goal due to a high
stick. This was one of three dis-
allowed goals during the game.
The others coming at 13:15 of the
third period when Mel Wakabaya-
shi shot one which was disallowed
because of a Michigan man's be-
ing in the crease. The other one
came at the one minute mark of
the second period and was not
counted because it came after a
whistle blown because of an injury
on Spartan defenseman Jim Jac-
obson.
W restlers
Faee Iowa
Challengers
By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI
The Michigan wrestling team
will be seeking its seventh Big Ten
win of the current season against
no losses and its nineteenth con-
secutive win in dual meet compe-
tition when they take on Iowa this
afternoon at 4 p.m. following the
basketball game in eternally inept
Yost Field House.
Leading off for Coach Cliff
Keen's matmen as usual will t
Ralph Gahna at 123-pounds. Bah-
na will be trying to make up for
last week's loss at Ohio State wit-
a win over Iowa's Morris Barnhill.
Another tough one should be
at 130-pounds where Bill Johan-
nesen will take on the Hawkeyes'
former conference champ Norman
Parker. Parker is undefeated so
far this season in eight matches,
but Keen feels that sophomore
Johannesen has been coming along
quite well and should give Parker
a real good battle.
Number Four?
The Wolverines' Gary Wilcox
will be seeking his fourth pin of
the season against John McCar-
thy in the 137-pound match. Last
week Wilcox earned his third pin
in the last four meets over Ohio
State's Joe Piccioni.
After taking a week off because
of an attack of the flu, Lee Deit-
rick will be back for the Michigan
grapplers at 147-pounds. Deitrick
will be attempting to show that
his recovery is complete when he
does battle with Wilbur Devine.
Michigan captain Wayne Miller
will be facing a difficult foe in
the person of Joe Greenlee. Green-
less is another Hawkeye with an
undefeated season so far this year.
Also to his credit are three pins in
his eight wins.
SThe Wolverines' Big Ten champ
Rick Bay will face one of the
Hawkeyes' highly regarded sopho-
mores, Melvin Weiland at 167-
pounds. In two years of high
school competition in Iowa, Wei-
land lost only one match. This
loss was coincidently to a wrest-
ler who is now at Michigan, Jim
Evashevski, the son of former
Michigan gridiron great Forest
Evashevski.
Chris Stowell will be trying to
make sure that last week's pin at
the hands of the Buckeyes' Larry
McQuerry was just a fluke when
he wrestles winless Roger Murray
at 177-pounds. Then BobMSpaly
will try to add onother win with a
victory over heavyweight Roger
Schilling, who has already lost six
times this year in nine matches.
The lineups:
123-Ralph Bahna (M) vs. Morris
Barnhill
130-Bill Johannesen (M) vs. Nor-
man Parker
137-Gary Wilcox (M) vs. John Mc-
Carthy
147-Lee Deitrick (M) vs. Wilbur
Devine
157-Wayne Miller(M) vs. Joe Green-
lee
167-Rick Bay (M) vs. Melvin Wieland
177-Chris towell (M) vs. Rogers
Murray
Hvywt.-Bob paly (M) vs. Roger

Schilling

on Michigan's record-setting mile- record set
relay team, due.

by Dave Mills of Pur-

By DAVE GOOD
Sports Editor
Michigan's track team raked in
11 victories in 15 events against
Indiana and Notre Dame last
night, but the one that Coach Don
Canham wanted to talk about was
a second-place effort of 6'8 "
turned in by high-jumper Bob
Densham.
Michigan's final point total was
98, compared to 36 for Indiana
and 35 for Notre Dame, and the
victory was spiced by Kent Ber-
nard's record-tying 1:11.2 in the
600-yard run and .47.7 anchor leg

Densham, however, provided the
conversation piece.
The, bespectacled sophomore
from Columbus, Ohio, fell victim
to former Big Ten champion Con-
nie Miller of Indiana, who had on,
of his best nights and clear
6'93/4" for first.
Big Jump
"How would you like to be Den-
sham?" Canham asked with a
laugh. "He jumps 6'101" and
6'8%/4" in two meets here and still
can't win."

Big Stretch
On the program's last event,
the mile relay, Bernard went out
with a four-yard lead from Hugh-
es and came in 12 yards ahead of
the Field House record of 3:18.5
Indiana. The time, 3:17.1, broke
set by Michigan two weeks ago.
The first three runners last night
were Dave Romain (:50.0), Bob
Jarema (:50.2) and H u g h e s
(:49.3).
Last night also marked the fall
of the oldest record on the books,

Densham two weeks ago had
jumped to a stalemate with Jim
Oliphant, a. Western Michigan
graduate, at 6'10 1/", a new record
for drafty old Yost Field House.
"He'll be jumping for first in
the, Big Ten meet next month,"
Canham said. "He had a good
jump at 6'9/4" tonight."
Bernard, the junior from Trini-
dad, also drew Canham's praise.
He blasted past teammate Dan
Hughes behind the bleachers alonf
the backstretch in the 600 anc
breazed into the tape with a 15-
yard lead. The time tied a 1959

Bob Ufer's :49.0 quarter-mile set
in 1942. The culprit last night was
Notre Dame's Bill Boyle, who ran
unchallenged in :48.8. Thursday
night Boyle had run second in the
440 in the New York A.C. Games
and had to travel to Ann Arbor
from there.
Nine More
The Wolverines boasted nine
other individual winners last
night-Cliff Nuttall and Joe Ma-
son in the hurdles; Des Ryan, Jay
Sampson and Ted Kelly in the
middle distances; Mac Hunter and
Dore Reid in the sprints; Roger
Schmitt in the shot put; and Tom
Sweeney in the broad jump.
Nuttall Uses Lean
Nuttall, the Big Ten high hur-
dle champion outdoors, pulled a
minor upset over Notre Dame's
fine hurdler, Pete Whitehouse.
Poth timed :08.1 but Nuttall; who
staids 6'5", leaned into the tape
for the vict( ry.
"He's got that lean down per-
fect," explained meet official Red
Simpson. "He and Whitehouse had
their feet even at the finish line,
but Nuttall hit it just right. He
fell last week at Michigan State
doing it."
Nuttall was edged by Mason in
the low hurdles later in the eve-
ning. Both timed :07.6.
Ryan put on a spectacular kick
to win the mile in 4:13.0. He was
running third behind Bill Clark
and Ed Dean of Notre Dame into
the gun lap, stayed five yards back
going into the backstretch, but
made his move behind the bleach-
ers and won by five yards.
Sampson Wins 1000
Sampson stayed off the pace
until the second-to-last lap of the
1000 but then took the lead and
finished strong in 2:13.4, three
yards ahead of teammate Rocky
Casto.
In the 880, Kelly was content
to stay second until the gun lap
but stretched out to a two-yard
margin over Indiaa's Larry
Siesky in 1:54.1.
Reid, the tiny f otball half-
back, won his first race for Mich-
igan by edging vteran Ken Burn-
ley in the 60-yard dash, as the
first four men all timed :06.4.
Burnley, running his first 60 of
the year, is still rouning into
shape, according to Canham.
Canham ran Hunterin only one
race, the 300, but the senior from
Muskegon Heights had no trouble
winning his heat in :31.9 and
placing first on a time basis.
Notch Two
SHOT PUT-1. Schmitt (M), 2.
Soudek (M), 3. Daulton (I), 4. Year-
by (M). Distance-53'9%z".
POLE VAULT-1. Davis (I), 2., Can-
amare (M), 3. Wade (M), 4. Kelly
(ND). Height-14'5".
HIGH JUMP-1. Miller (I), 2. Den-
sham (M), 3. Ammerman (M), 4.
Whitehouse (ND). Height-6'9%".
BROAD JUMP-1. Sweeney (M), 2.
Bruck (ND), 3. O'Connor (ND), 4.
Rowser (M). Dstance-22'10".
MILE-1. Ryan (M), 2. Clark (ND),
3. Dean (ND), 4. Hayes (M). Time-
4:1i3.5.
440-YD. RUN-1. Boyle (ND), 2.
Jarema (M). (M's Romain and ND's
Lynch disqualified). Time-:48.8.
(breaks YFH record)
66-YD. HIGH HURDLES-1. Nut-
tall (M), 2. Whitehouse (ND), 3.
Kohns (M), 4. Craig (I). Time-:08.1.
1000-YD. RUN-. Sampson (M),
2. Casto (M), 3. Angotti (1), 4. onroy
(ND). Time-2:13.4.
60-YD. DASH-I. Reid=(M), 2. Brn-
ley (M), 3. Weddle (I), 4. Johnson
(M). Time-:06.4.;
600-YD. RUN-1. Bernard (M), 2.
Hughes (M), 3. Brooks (1), 4. Hoover
(ND). Time-1:11.2. (ties YFH record)
300-Y. DASH-1. Hunter (M), 2.
Weddle (I), 3. Pope (I), 4. Sweeney
(M). Time-:31.9.
880-YD. RUN-1. Kelly (M), 2. ses-
ky (1), 3. Norde (M), 4. Dean (ND).
Time--1:54.1.
TWO-MILE RUN-1 Carver (ND),
2. Coffey (ND), 3. Strachen (I), 4.
Benedict (M). Tme-9:13.0 (
65-YD. LOW HURDLES-. Mason
(M), 2. Nuttall (M), 3. Whtehouse
I (ND), 4. Lebowitz (1). Time-:07.6.
MILE RELAY-1. MICHIGAN (Ro-
ma ma Jarema, Hughes, Bernard), 2.
Indiana, 3. Notre Dame. Time-3:17.1.

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SECRET OF SUCCESS-Sophomore high-jumper Bob Densham
cleared 6'83/" for second place in last night's triangular meet by
sticking out his tongue and using the dive-straddle style. Den-
sham holds the Yost Field House and varsity record of 6'10Y".
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MINNEAPOLIS - "We just sat
sat there with our mouths open."
So said Michigan's swimming
captain, Jeff Moore, after Minne-
sota defeated the Wolverines, 57-
48, .yesterday in Big Ten swim-
ming action.
After opening losses in the med-
ley relay and 200-yd. freestyle the
Blue seemed almost stunned into
submission. The tankers never
could get back into stride andsonly
Jeff Longstreth's pool record in
the 500-yd. freestyle was a con-
soling factor.
In the opening event Minne-
sota's 400-yd. medley relay team'
of Bud Ericksen, Virg Luken, Walt
Richardson and Judd Anderson
turned in the creditable time of
3:37 in defeating an off-form
Michigan quartet.
In the 200-yd. freestyle Mich-
igan's record-setting sophomore,
Bill Farley, was upset by Minne-
sota's Ralph Allen, in the rela-
tively slow time of 1:49.3. Farley's
Outs plashed
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1. Min-
nesota (Ericksen, Luken, Richard-
son, Andreson); 2. Michigan. Time-
3:37.
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. (tie) Al-
len (Minn), Farley (M); 2. Long-
streth (M). Time-i1:49.3.
50-YD. FREESTYLE-i. Staunffer
(Minn); 2. Walls (M); 3. Estes
(Minn). Timne-:22.4.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Bergman (Minn); 2. D'Atri (M);
3. Bragon (Minn). Time-2:06.
L IVINtx-1. oBothman (M); 2.
Brown (M); 3. White (Minn). Points
-303.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Richard-
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Moore (M). Time-1:5.7.
100-YD. FREESTVLE - 1. (tie)
Stauffer (Minn), Walls (M); 3. Allen
(Minn). Time-:08.1.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Bartsch
(M); 2. Erickson (Minn); 3. Oberg
(Minn). Time-2:02.9.
500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Long-
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200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Lu-
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400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
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Staufier). 2. Michigan. Time-3:17.9.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
UCLA 73, Washington 58
Penn 60, Harvard 49
Yale 76, Columbia 63
Cornell 90, Brown 77
Wake Forest 79, Maryland 77
Virginia 66, Navy 55
Northern Michigan 80, St. Norbert 62
Central Michigan 72, Hillsdale 41
Colgate 96, Alfred 87.
COLLEGE WRESTLING
Oklahoma St. 26, Northwestern 0
COLLEGE GYMNASTICS
Southern Illinois 64, Minnesota 35
NBA BASKETBALL
Philadelphia 130, Detroit 123
Cincinnati 126, New York 114

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SUCCEEDS WILKINSON:
Johnson Names Musial
Physical Fitness Leader

Scores

performance might in part be ex-
plained by a recent cold.
The diving event was all Mich-
igan as Ed Boothman, second in
the NCAA's ast year, and Bob
Brown placed -2. Ed Bartsch gave
the Blue another victory as he
swam to victory in the 200-yd.
backstroke in the time of 2:02.9.

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ST. LOUIS (P)-President Lyn-
don B. Johnson announced yes-
terday that retired St. Louis Card-
inal star Stan Musial will head the
nation's physical fitness program.
"There are few men who have
served as American t.eroes with
such dignity," the President said
of Musial. "He has brought to his
profession simple honesty and
beads of character. I am proud
to have Stan The Man-always
true to his friends, family, his
state and, most of all, true to
himself."
The President made the an-
nouncement during his visit yes-
terday to St. Louis to open the
city's bicentennial elebration.
'Great Honor'
Musial said it was a great honor
to be part of the physical fitness'
program.
"I plan to put all my efforts
behind the President's program,"
he said. "I hope I can do a cap-

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