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Russell Breaks Record as Michigan
WOLVERINES WIN 4-3:
Icemen Rebound; Beat Tech
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tal was kept down by his foul
-uble which culminated in his
rly exit fron the game with
58 remaining. Skip Thoren con-
ected for 26 points to pace the
Illinois jumped into a quick
ur pointlead at the opening
iutes of the game. With seven
miutes gone Russell put Mich-
an in front to stay with a foul
A minute later Russell pulled
e picture play of the game when
e dove out of bounds to deflect
missed pass directly to Oliver
arden who stood all alone under
e basket. Darden had an easy
vo and by hesitating long enough
r an Illinois player to get close
nverted it into the only three
int play of the game.'
With two minutes left: in the
Af, Darden and Russell again
combined to rouse the partisan and the following Monday takes
fans when they pulled an imitation on Purdue at home, the last game
of the long pass in football. Rus- of the season.
sell did the quarterbacking and OSU, meanwhile, plays Illinois'
Darder played the part of an end at Champaign this Monday and
hauing in the pass over his shoul- Michigan State, the only team to
der. The play resulted in another beat them in the Big Ten other
quick two points, than Michigan, at Columbus next
Good Ending Saturday.
The Wolverines dumped in six "If they play that well against
points during the last minute of Ohio at Champaign they will be
play in the halfand at half time tough to beat, but we can't count
the score stood at 45-38. on anyone doing it for us," said
Michigan and Illinois played on Strack.
evn terms through the first sixC
minutes of the second half, but -Charlie Towle
Buntin was benched after being-
charged with two quick personals, NCAA's on Television
one for shoving under the offen-
sive boards and one for reaching All of the games of the NCAA
around his man. Three minutes basketball tournament will be
later the Michigan lead had fallen televised either regionally or
from nine points 'to one. nationally.
This set the stage for Cantrell's For Michigan fans, this
two quick jumpers and Russell's means they will hopefully be
even quicker steals. able to see both games at Min-,
Coach Dave Strack singled out neapolis on a regional hookup
Cantrell for his "guts" in taking as well as all the games at
the cruicial two jumpers. He call- Kansas City, on national tele-
ed them the turning point of the vision.
game. He also praised Russell, Other games which will be
whom he called "the most versa- regionally televised across the
tile offensive player in the coun- country are: the first-round
try." games at Philadelphia; Evan-
Demonstration ston, Ill.; Dallas, and Eugene,
Russell's versatility showed on Ore., March 9-10; and the re-
his record setting 25th and 26th maining second-round games at
points. They didn't come on his Raleigh, N.C.; Wichita, Kan.,
usual layup or jumper, but on a and Corvallis, Ore., March 13-
five foot hooker from the right 14.
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men. Butler was sitting on the
bench when he had words with
The Wolverines left the ice at
the end of the first period with
a 2-1 lead, but Tech evened the
score to 3-3 in the second. Four
Michigan players scored: Bob Fer-
guson, Ron Coristine, Pierre De-
chaine, and Butler.
Jack Cole will sit out Michigan's
first game with Michigan State
next weekend, because of his five
minute misconduct penalty for
fighting in the second period.
Bill Bieber, substituting in goal
for Bob Gray, was able to make
27 saves against the Techmen
while Tech's Bauman turned away
At least four of Bieber's saves
were in the last minute of play
when Tech coach John McInnes
pulled Bauman and put six men
on the ice.
scoring forwards In the second
period when Scott Watson and
Dechaine locked skates near the
Huskie net and ran into the post.
Dechaine was unhurt, but Watson
went to the hospital with a broken
Next weekend Tech will travel
MICHIGAN Pos. MICH. TECH
Bieber G Bauman
Polonic D Ryan
MacDonald D Leiman
Wilkie C Hill
Butler W Draper
Cole IW Watson
First Period Scoring: M--Fergu-
son (Coristine) 3:01, Tech-Dra-
per (Watson, Hill) 12:26, M -
Coristine (Wakabayashi, Polonic)
16:51. Penalties: M-Polonic (high
sticking) 6:54, Tech-Holm (high
sticking) 9:36, M-MacDonald (high
sticking) 9:36, Tech-Leiman (hold-.
12:49, M -- MacDonald (charging)
to Denver for a rough series with
the Pioneers. Michigan and cellar-
dwelling Michigan State will play
their second home-and home series
of the season.
Two victories for the Wolverines
next weekend would give the -Blue
another WCHA championship.
ber Beat 'em
Second Period Scoring: Tech --
Tallante (Hill) 4:50, M -- De-
chaine (Wilkie) 11:59, Tech-Dra-
per (Hill, Watson) 15:23. Penalties
Tech-Leiman (fighting 5-min-
utes) 6:47, M-Cole (fighting 5-mi-
tes) 6:47, M-Polonic (roughing)
Third Period Scoring: M--But.-
ter (Wilkie, Dechaine) 14:56. Penal-
ties: M-Wilkie (tripping) 2:16, M
-Butler (10 minute misconduct)
16:45, M-Hood (interference) 19:14.
MICHIGAN 2 1 1-4
TECH 1 2 0-3
Saves: Bauman, 30; Bieber 27.
BATTLING BILL-It's another rebound for Michigan's Bill
Buntin. Buntin here outscraps Tal Brody (12) and Don Freeman
as he gets one of his numerously important grabs. In addition to
leading the Wolverines on the backboards, Buntin took time to
toss in 18 points before fouling out.
Tech lost one of its
31-57 21-26 30
BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Ohio State Slides by Indiana
As, Bradds Manages Only 15'
Tankers Sink Iowa State
By Notching Nine Firsts
Illinois' fine play and 55 per
cent shooting accuracy encouraged
Strack about the Wolverines' pos-
sibilities for taking the Big Ten
crown outright. The Wolverines
now stand 10-2 in the conference,
tied with Ohio State. Michigan
plays Iowa away next Saturday
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Michigan's freshman basketball
team tied its old nemesis the
ominous Law Club team, 60-60.
Yesterday's game marked the
first time the freshmen had been
able to match the more experienc-
ed Law Club this season. Craig
Dill, highly-rated freshmen cen-
ter from Saginaw Arthur Hill,
jumped higher, ran faster and
was generally more aggressive
than in any game thus far.
Leon Harris hit on two foul
shots with twenty seconds left to
knot the score. The freshmen led
for most of the game but a late
pressing rally by the Law Club
had put them two points in front.
By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS-Ohio State stag-
ed a second-half comeback yes-
terday that overcame Indiana 73-
69 in a thriller.
Two reserves, Bob Dove and
Jim Brown, came off the bench
and provided the impetus that
carried the Buckeyes to their sev-
enth straight triumph, as Gary
Bradds was held to 15 points.
Ohio State, boosting its league
record to 10-2, remained in a tie
for the Big Ten lead with the
With twins Tom and Dick Van-
Arsdale leading the way, the
Hoosiers trailed by only two points
with 1:15 remaining, even with
the three other starters out on
fouls. A pair of free throws by
Don Devoe with 24 seconds left,
however, sealed the verdict for
Indiana's tight two-three zone
held Bradds to 15 points, but De-
voe and Dick Ricketts took up the
slack with 16 points apiece.
Tom VanArsdale took scoring
honors with 23 points, while Dick
chipped in with 12.
The Hoosiers led by seven
points on two. occasions in the
first half and were on top 39-34
at intermission. The score see-
sawed after that until Dove's tip-
in shot broke a 55-55 deadlock
m a k e r-s hammered Wisconsin
deeper into the Big Ten basket-
ball cellar yesterday, 91-83.
Dave Schellhase, Purdue's prize
sophomore, scored 28 points and
Mel Garland added 22.
Big Jack Brens topped Wiscon-
sin scoring with 26 points. Pur-
due improved its Big Ten record
to 6-5 and Wisconsin was left 2-
* .* *
MSU in a Walk
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State moved into fourth place in'
the Big Ten last night by out-
gunning Northwestern 107-97 in a
The Spartans held the lead at
60-56 at halftime and were never
headed despite a blistering Wild-
cat scoring pace. Northwestern hit
on 41 of 74 shots for 55 per cent.
The closest Northwestern got
was within two points at 95-93 late
in the game.
Michigan State, hitting 43 of 89
shots for 48 per cent, topped the
century mark for the tenth time
this season and hit 107 points for
the fourth time in the Big Ten, a
Stan Washington, a 6'3" sopho-
more guard, led the Spartans with
31 ponts. Backcourt mate Bill
Schwars added 23 The Wildcats'
Rich Falk took high point hon-
ors with 37.
* * * .
Minnesota Over Iowa
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota,
thwarted in the first half by a
scrapping Iowa defense, shook
loose shortly after intermission
and turned back the Hawkeyes 79.
63 last night.
The Gophers, third in the Big
Ten with a 8-4 record, led 34-32
at the half.
By JIM LASOVAGE
The Cyclones of Iowa State were
stprmed over by a tornado of
Michigan swimmers at Matt Mann
Pool yesterday by a score of 62-31.
In the Wolverines' last. dual
meet of the season, one which
served mainly for conditioning for
the Big Ten meet next weekend,
coach Gus Stager kept most of his'
big guns on the bench or swam
them only in exhibition in a futile
attempt to keep the score down.
In several events, the exhibition
swimmers beat the official en-
trants, and in the 200-yd. back-
stroke and 500-yd. freestyle races,
only one Michigan nlan swam for
Iowa State showed up with few-
er than a dozen swimmers and
was completely outclassed. The
Cyclones took only two first places
to Michigan's nine. One of these
was in the 200-yd. individual med-
ley race, in which Bill Muter
touched out Wolverine captain"
Jeff Moore by .04 seconds. Mich-
igan's usual swimmers in this
event are Lanny Reppert and
Iowa State's 400-yd. freestyle
relay team took their. other first,.
beating a Michigan combination of
Rees Orland, Jon Lundin, Moore,
and Tom Dudley. However, Stager
swam two exhibition teams in this
event, and both beat Iowa Statek
by about 10 seconds.
Fred Damm took two firsts for
the Wolverines in the 200- and
100-yd. freestyle sprints. Frank
Berry captured the honors in the
50-yd. freestyle, and Geza Bodo-
lay and Lundin took firsts in the
500-yd, freestyle and 200-yd.
These four, along with other
seniors Jeff Longstreth, Tom Dud-
ley, Moore, and diver John Cand-
ler competed in their last home
meet for Michigan.
Candler came in second in div-
ing from the low board to team-
mate Bruce Brown, while Ed
Boothman gave an exhibition per-
During this past dual meet sea-
son, Michigan compiled a record
of 7-3, with a 4-3 Big Ten mark.
However, only the Big Ten meet
counts towards the team stand-
ings and Stager feels that Mich-
igan has a good chance to finish
Two of Michigan's losses this
season were to Indiana, and ,the
other was to Minnesota. In the
tankers' 7-2 mark last season, one
loss came at the hands of each of
these same two teams.
Indiana is almost a sure bet to
take the Big Ten title, but com-
petition for second will be close.
Besides Michigan, Ohio State,
Michigan State and Minnesota will
also be contending for second
spot. The Wolverines have already
beaten OSU and MSU in dual
meets, and Stager says, "I still
think we're better than Min-
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY -".
Michigan, (Orland, Rabinovitch,-
Roadhouse, Burns); 2. Iowa State.
200-YD. FREESTYLE -- 1. Danmn
(M); 2. McQuilien (IS); 3. Tanner
50-YD.' FREESTYLE -- 1. Barry
(M); 2,j Hucke (IS); 3. Lundin (M).
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-1.
Muter (IS); 2. Moore (M); 3. Rab-
inovitch (M). Time-2:11.26.
DIVING-1. Brown (M); 9. Cand-
ler (M); 3. Oras (IS). Points-277.35.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-i.. Spann
(M); 2. Roadhouse (M); 3. Ruggles
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. DamM
(M); 2. McDonald (IS); 3. McQuil-
len (IS). Time-:50.40.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE--1. D'Atrl
(M); 2. Muter (IS). Time-2:04.85.
500-YD. FREESTYLE L 1 Lundin
(M); 2. Ruggles (IS). Time-5:37J5.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE--1. Bod-
play (M);.2. Reppert (M); 3. Soppe
(IS). Time-2 :20.8.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Iowa State (Hucke, McDonald, Me-
Quillen, Bakken); 2. Michigan. Time
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Cofnerence All iames
W 'L Pct. W L
MICHIGAN 10 2 .833 19 3
Ohio State 10 2 A. .33 15 7
Minnesota 8 4 .667 15 7
Purdue 6 5 .545 10 11
Michigan State 7 6 .538 13 10
Northwestern 6 6 .500 910
Illinois 4 7 .364 12 10
Indiana 4 8 .333 8 14
Iowa; 2 9 .182 7 13
Wisconsin 2 10 .167 8 14
MICHIGAN 89, Illinois 83
Ohio tate 93, Indiana 79
Purdue 97, Wisconsin 83
Michigan State 107, Northwestern 97
Minnesota 70, Iowa 63
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