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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Michigan Ieers Bop
Hapless MSU, 7-2

71' Grapplers Clip Iowa, 15-9

By JIM TINDALL
In a rough, hard-fought hockey
game, Michigan's Wolverines top-
pled the MSU Spartans 7-2 at the
Coliseum last night.
This was a key victory for the'
Blue,'putting them in sole posses-1
sion of first place after Colorado
College beat Minnesota 8-4, Fri-
day night.
The win gave the Wolverines a
weekend sweep, as they beat the
Spartans in East Lansing, Friday
night, 2-0. It gave Michigan its
sixteenth victory with only two
losses.
Coach Al Renfrew sounded re-
lieved when he said, "I am just
real happy that we could take two
from State. They have a good
team, and they are always up for
this series."
Gray Superb
Goalie Bobby Gray turned in
another superb performance in the
nets for Michigan. His streak of
shutouts ended in the second per-
iod, however, after he had played
172 minutes and 19 seconds with-
out allowing a goal, setting a
school record.
"Gray is the key to the type of
game we play," said Coach Al Ren-
frew. "Without a great goalie like
Gray, we could never concentrate
as much on offense as we do."
He added, "Gray was simply
great again tonight, simply great."
Michigan scoredo first, at 9:43
of the first period, on a slapshot
by defenseman Barry MacDonald
from the bleu line. The Wolverines
scored twice more in the period, on
tallies by Gary Butler and Ron
Coristine.
Woolf Stricken
It looked as if the game might
turn into a rout, when MSU's goal-
ie Harry Woolf was stricken with
muscle spasms in his back after
Butler's first goal of the evening.
He was replaced by Alex Terpay
who played well for the Spartans,
stopping several breakaways.
Nine penalties marred first per-
iod play, four of which were on the
Wolverines. Action was marked by
hard checking by both teams. Play
was very wide open, but neither
team could develop a sustained of-
fensive drive of any kind.
The second period saw Michigan
score three more times. Tom Cole
tallied once, and Gary Butler com-
pleted a hat trick as he scored
twice more, giving him 27 goals
for the season.
Shutouts End
Michigan State came to life
briefly when the Blue were short-
handed two men. Doug Roberts
pushed two shots past goalie Bob
Gray at 16:13 and 16:52, ending
Gray's string of shutouts.
Play was called very closely
throughout the period, as the Wol-
verines were called for five in-
fractions. Several brawls nearly
broke out, but the game was kept

in control by the frequent inter-
vention of the linesmen.
Wilfred Martin scored the only
goal of the third period on a 20-
foot slapshot. Boht teams seemed
,neffectual in the final stanza, each
having numerous rushes stopped
short of the offensive zone..
Although he was held scoreless,
Captain Gordie Wilkie played a
fine game, nearly scoring on sev-
eral occasions.
The squads played before one of
the largest crowds of the season, as
almost 3500 fans nearly filled the
Coliseum.
The weekend's sweep gives the
Wolverines a 7-1 conference rec-
ord, and sends them into the Min-
nesota series, predicted by Coach
Renfrew as "real tough," on the
crest of a nine game winning
streak.
Sweep Series
MICHIGAN MICHIGAN STATE
Bob Gray G Harry Woolf
Barry MacDonaldD Jim Jacobson
Tom Polonic D Carl Lackey
Gordie Wilkie C Mae Orme
Gary Butler W Doug Roberts
Jack Cole W Tony Elliot
First Period Scoring: M-MacDonald
(Wilkie) 0:43; M-Butler (Cole, Wi-
kie) 7:06; M-Coristine (unassisted)
16:34. Penalties: M-Galipeau (off en-
sive check) 2:30; MSU-Jacobsonl
(cross-checking) 4:00; MSU-Mul-
chay (interference) 8:40; M-Martin
(interference) 9:24; MSUJ-Lackey
(slashing) 14:39; MSU-Lawrence
(tripping) 15:16; M-Cole (tripping)
16:07; MSU-Orme (high-sticking)
18:00; M-MacDonald (high-sticking)
18:00.
Second Period Scoring: M-Cole
(Wilkie) 0:40; M-Butler (MacDonald)
13:03; MSU-Roberts (Elliot, Orme)
16:12; MSU-Roberts (Elliot) 16:53;
M-Butler (Wilkie, Martin) 19:11.
Penalties: M-Hood (illegal body-
check) 2:57; M-Hood (tripping) 5:18;
M-Ferguson (illegal bodycheck)
10:52; M-Read (hooking) 14:43;
MSU-Coppo (tripping) 18:18.
Third Period Scoring: M-Martin
(Polonic) 2:52. Penalties: M-Hood
(illegal bodycheck) 8:20; MSU-
Lackey (hooking) 9:43; MSU-Roberts
(holding) 15:00; M-Newton (trip-
ping) 17:41; MSU-Roberts (hooking,
misconduct) 19:29.
MSU 0 2 0-2
MICHIGAN 3 3 1-+7
Saves:
Woolf (MSU) 2 0 0- 2
Terpay (MSU) - 9 19 19-39
Gray (M) 13 14 4-31

By TOM ROWLAND
Michigan's key win in the
heavyweight match held off a late
Iowa rally here yesterday after-
noon as the Wolverine wrestlers
won their sixth straight Big Ten
meet, 15-9.
The Wolverines led 12-9 going
into the final match, when Bob
Spaly scored three takedowns to'
edge Iowa anchorman Roger Schil-
ling, 6-4. Spaly picked up an ear-
ly two points in the first per-
iod and while going for a pin in
the second three minutes suffered!
a quick reversal that evened the
score going into the final stanza.
The Wolverine junior then
countered the Iowan with a rever-
sal, two takedowns, and a, point
of riding tmie to insure the Mich-
igan victory.
Inactive
The Hawkeyes, who don't see
their next action until the Big Ten
meet on March 6-7, kept even with
the defending conference champs
until the 174-pound bout, when
the Wolverines won three straight.
Hawkeye Morris Barnhill jump-
ed Iowa into an early 3-0 lead
with a 7-5 decision over Ralph
Bahna in the 123-pound match.
Bahna's escape at the opening
Nice Heavie
123-lbs.--Barnhill (I) dec. Bahna,
7-5.
130-lbs.-Johannesen (M) dec. Ful-
ler, 4-3.
137-lbs.-Parker (I) dec. Wilcox,
x-0.
147-lbs.-Deitrick (M) dec. Green-
lee, 6-4.
157-lbs.-Miller (M) dec. Devine,
3-2.
167-lbs.-Bay (M) dec. Roberts,
6-2.
177-lbs.--Wieland (I) dec. Stowell,
3-2.
Hvywt.-Spaly (M) dec. Schilling,
6-4.

of the final period knotted the
score at 4-4, but Barnhill scor-
ed a takedown in the final two
minutes and added another point
on riding time for the victory.
An escape with 40 seconds to
go in the 130-pound match gave
Wolverine Bill Johanessen a 4-3
win over Bill Fuller and tied the
team score at 3-3. Johannesen set
up the winning margin with a fast
takedown at the start of the match
and, after being reversed, follow-
ing with a one-point escape.
Iowa's Norm Parker kept his

pine-meet undefeated season string
intact with a strong 8-0 decision
over Gary Wilcox at 137, but in
the next weight bracket the Wol-
verines evened the score. Lee
Deitrick kept the home team even
up with the Hawkeyes by handing
Iowa's Joe Greenlee his first de-
feat of the season, 6-4, counter-
ing Greenlee's last period rally
with a series of escapes.
A takedown with 1:30 to go in
the 157-pound bout paced the way
for Michigan captain Wayne Mil-
ler's 3-2 victory over soph Wilbur

Devine, and Wolverine Big Ten
champ Rick Bay outhandled Jay
Roberts in the 167-pound depart-
ment, 6-2.
An escape and takedown in the
second period gave Hawkeye Mel-
vin Wieland a 3-2 decision over
Chris Stowell at 177.
Now 10-1 for the dual meet sea-
son, the Wolverine grapplers next
travel up to East Lansing next
Saturday to face a strong Michi-
gan State team. The Spartans
were defeated by Iowa earlier this
winter, 15-13.

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SCORES

NHL
Detroit 4, Montreal 1
Toronto 4, Chicago 0
NBA
Baltimore 124, Detroit 122
Cincinnati 130, New York 124
St. Louis 118, Philadelphia 110
COLLEGE TRACK
Ohio St. 80/, Il 647%, W. Va. 23
Northwestern 77, Bradley 37
Wisconsin 86, Minnesota 37
COLLEGE SWIMMING
MichiganNState 61, Ohio State 44
Iowa 59, Northwestern 46
COLLEGE WRESTLING
Minnesota 17, Wisconsin 11

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
BUTLER BEWILDERS 'EM-Gary Butler, leading scorer on the
Blue's hockey squad, fakes out Michigan State goalie Alex Terpay
in the third period of last night's game, but lost his balance in
doing so, and missed the shot. However, his hat trick paced the
Wolverines who moved into the lead in the WCHA standings with
the victory.
FIVE RECORDS SET:
wIlmm1ers Comeback,
Beat Wisconsin, 66-38

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Michigan State 107, Iowa 82
Purdue 93, Northwestern 84
Minnesota 82, Illinois 81
Ohio State 92, Wisconsin 74
Loyola, Chicago 98, Houston 68
Miami 65, Toledo 63
Columbia 70, Brown 66
Virginia Tech 79, Navy 54
Rutgers 71, Lehigh 53
Alma 105, Olivet 54
St. Norbert 89, Michigan Tech 68
Yale 87, Cornell 79
N. Carolina St. 45, Clemson 43 (ovt.)
Georgia Tech 77, Florida t. 73 (ovt.)
Ferris tate 52, Hillsdale 41
Lawrence Tech 83, Rio Grande 80
Army 67, St. John's 64
Penn 67, Dartmouth 48
St. Bonaventure 94, St. Joseph's 83
Calvin 92, Kalamazoo 90
Providence 96, Seton Hall 74
Wake Forest 66, Virginia 58 (ovt.)
Xavier 114, Detroit 112
Adrian 79, Albion 75
S. Methodist 85, Texas Christian 75
Notre Dame 82, St. Louis 73
Duke 82, Davidson 75
West Virginia 74, Richmond 66
Princeton 87, Harvard 56
Bowling Green 104, Niagara 67
Kansas St. 89, Missouri 79 (ovt.)
Iowa St. 50, Oklahoma St. 48 (ovt.)
Kansas 84, Oklahoma 72
Drake 84, Tulsa 76
Temple 63, Lasalle 57
Wichita 59, Cincinnati 58 (ovt.)
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Tennessee 64, Vanderbilt 62
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The Wolverines took nine of 11
firsts, missing out only in the 50-
and 100-yard freestyle events,
both of which were taken by John
McMillian, who set a pool record
of :49.8 in the 100.
Both Michigan relay teams set
pool records also. The medley re-
lay team, composed of Ed Bartsch,
Steve Rabinovitch, Bill Spann, and
Jeff Longstreth, erased the old
record with a time of 3:47.1. The
freestyle team, consisting of Rich
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and Lance Reppert, went the 400
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the meet.
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400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1. MICH-
IGAN (Bartsch, Spann, Rabinovibch,
Longstreth) 2. Wisconsin. Time-
3:47.1 (New pool record)
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Walls (M) ;
2. Cloninger (W); 3. Barry (M). Time
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50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. McMillan
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Time- :22.7.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-1.
Reppert (M); 2. D'Atri (M); 3. Stauf-
fer (W); Time-2:07.8.
DIVING-1. Brown (M); 2. Booth-
man (M); Points-281.85.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-i. Moore
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100-YD. FREESTYLE-1. McMillan
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200-YD. BACKSTROKE-i. D'Atrl
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500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Longstreth
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200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Bodo-
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