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SUNDAY; MARCH 8, 1964

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, MARCH 8,1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

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Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY-Michigan cinched
a share of the Big Ten title and
a trip to the NCAA basketball
tourney with a 69-61 victory over
the Iowa Hawkeyes here yesterday.
The Michigan victory brought
their Big Ten;record to 11-2. Ohio
State, who dropped their season
finale to Michigan State 81-80,
finished up with an 11-3 record in
the Big Ten.
Michigan plays Purdue Monday
night at Yost Field House. A win
would give the Wolverines the Big
Ten title outright. Michigan's

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Iowa,

69-61;

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overall record now stands at 20-3.
Iowa, rallying to the cry, "Win
one for Sharm," led at one point
in the first half.by twelve points.
The game was the last for Iowa's
coach Sharm Scheuerman.
Buntin and Russell carried the
lion's share of the scoring for
Michigan. Buntin contributed 28'
and Russell 27 points. Their com-
bined total of 55 points was just
14 points shy of the total Michi-
gan output. High for Iowa was
Dave Roach with 18 points.
Michigan outscored Iowa at the
free throw line 23-11 and that

made the difference. Buntin and
Russell hit on 21 of the 23 foul
shots they had during the game.
The only two charity tosses not
chucked in by the Michigan all-
American "twins" were notched
in the closing minutes of the game
by Doug Herner.
Michigan shot a miserable 34
per cent from the floor in the
game to Iowa's 40 per cent. The
Wolverines never got their offense
really going against the pressing
defense of Iowa.
After grabbing a three point
bulge in the early moments of the

game Michigan was rocked by Spartans Win, 81-80
Iowa sharpshooting. The Hawkeyes
shot a 65 per cent clip through By TOM WEINBERG

,

Swimmers
By BILL BULLARD
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Indiana .won
its fourth straight Big Ten swim-
ming championship at Cooke Hall
Exhibition Pool last night, but
Michigan's strong second-place
finish could be the story of the
future.
That is one conclusion that
could be drawn from last night's
final where the Hoosiers could
win only two out of seven events
and were held short of their rec-
ord-breaking point total of last
season,. Although the Wolverines
finished second for the fourth
straight time, they are definitely
closing the gap.
With 2232 points, the Hoosiers
were not even pressed for the vic-
tory. Michigan had 171% and was
well out in front of third-place
Ohio State which had 125 3/4
points. Minnesota was fourth with
1042 and Michigan State placed
fifth with 881/4.
Other teams in the bottom half
of the meet were: Wiscsonsin,
40%, Northwestern 25, Iowa 21,
Purdue 14%, and Illinois 7.
Big Improvement
Michigan's point total indicated
an improvement of almost 25
points over last season, while In-
diana declined 15 points. All in
all. Indiana managed eight vic-
tories and a tie in the 17 events.
Michigan added two first places
last night with sophomore Bill
Farley's record time performance
in the 1650-yard 'freestyle and
sophomore Rich Walls' win in the
100-yard freestyle.
Farley opened the evening's
program with a victory in the
1650-yard freestyle. However, he
was thwarted in an attempt to
break his second Big Ten record
of the meet. Instead he was forced
to settle for a share of the mark
set last season by Indiana's Gary
Verhoeven. After 66 lengths, Far-
ley's time of 17:36.0 was identical
with the record.
Walls Ties'
On Thursday night, Farley had
won the 500-yard freestyle and
had broken Verhoeven's record in
that event. Walls topped Verhoev-
en's 200-yard freestyle Big Ten
record in the preliminaries Friday
afternoon before tying for the
title in the finals.
Strong Second
1650-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Farley
(M); 2. Verhoeven (Ind); 3. Allen
(Ind); 4. Dudley (M); 5. Donaldson
(OSU); 6. Townsend (Ind). Time-
17:36.0 (ties Big Ten record, new
Cooke Hall record).
100-YD. FREESTYLE '- 1. Walls
(M); 2. MacMillan (MSU); 3. Stauf-
fer (Mnn); 4. Ogilby .(d);.
Abrahams (NU); 6. Gretzinger
(MS U). Time-:4S.3.
100-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Blanchard (W); 2. Frost (Ind); 3.
Luken (Minn); 4. Tretheway (Ind);
5. Bodolay (M); 6. Rabinovitch (M).
Time-1:o.5 (Cooke Hall record).
100-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Ham-
mer (Ind); 2. Bartsch (M); 3. Math-
Is (OSU); 4. Orland (M); 5. Michaels
(OSU); 6. Ericksen (Minn). Time
-:54.7 (Cooke Hall record).
100-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Richard-
son (Minn); 2. Schulhof (Ind); 3.
Schmidt (Ind); 4. Clark (OSU); 5.
Elis (Minn); 6. Spann (M). Time-
:51.5 (Cooke Hall record).
THREE-METER DIVING-1. Gil-
bert (Ind); 2. Boothman (M); 3.
Larson (OSU); 4. Glueck (OSU); 5.
Brown (M); 6. Neel (Ind). Points-
536.70.
400-YD FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan State (Sherwood, Kifer,
Gretzinger; MacMillan); 2. Indiana;
3. Minnesota; 4. Michigan;5. Wis-
consin; .6. Ohio State. Time ,-
3:13.9 (Cooke Hall record).

Take, Second Spot

Senior Tom Dudley, swimming
in a slower heat than the one Far-
ley was in, placed fourth with a
time of 17:51.5. Senior Jeff Long-I
streth was seventh in the event.
Walls won the 100-yard freestyle
in :48.3 after qualifying in second
place. When it was all over, Walls
had touched out Michigan State's
Jim Mac Millan by .2 seconds and
Minnesota's Mike Stauffer by .3
seconds.
Second Again
Ed Bartsch was runner-up for
the second time in the meet to
Indiana's Pete Hammer. This time
it was in the 100-yard backstroke,
an dit wasn't as close as the 200-

yard race which he lost to
mer by .3 seconds Friday
Bartsch swam a :55.5 to
mer's :54.7.
Sophomore Rees Orland
through with a fourth place

Ham-
night.
Ham-
came
in the

streth was eighth, and captain
Jeff Moore was eleventh in the
event.
Gilbert Again
Indiana's Rick Gilbert became
a double winner when he took the
three-meter diving title. Ed Booth-
man placed second for his second
runner-up finish to Gilbert in the
meet. He had been third after the
semifinals as sophomore Bruce
Brown was in second place. But
Brown started off with two weak
dives in the finals and fell to fifth
place. John Candler was ninth.
Geza Bodolay and sophomore
Steve Rabinovitch placed fifth and
sixth in the finals of the 200-yard
breaststroke. Rabinovitch w a s
even with the leaders at the end
of 75 yards but faded to sixth on
the last length.
Michigan's freestyle relay team
of Orland, Walls, Bartsch, and
Farley finished fourth in that
event. In the afternoon, Lanny
Reppert swam in place of Farley,
and this quartet qualified first for
the finals with a 3:18.7 time. It
became apparent in the finals
that some of the teams had been
holding back in the preliminaries.
Michigan , State improved 5.3
seconds from the preliminary to
the finals to win in pool-recordj
time of 3:13.9. Indiana was second1
in 3:14.3.

the opening ten minutes of the
game.
Michigan started whittling away
at the Iowa lead with six minutes
left in the first half and trailing
the Hawkeyes 33-21. With Russell
feeding Buntin, the Wolverines
pulled to winthin one point, 35-
34, with two minutes left in the
half. But at this point the Hawk-
eyes put on a little surge of their
own and at half time the score
stood at 40-34.
Captain Bob Cantrell opened the
second stanza by notching his only
two points of the game on a jump-
er, then the team of Buntin and
Russell went to work again and
put Michigan ahead 43-42 with
only four minutes gone in the
second half.
Iowa and Michigan played on
ever, terms over the next five
minutes but at the ten minute
matrk Russell hit a baseline jumper
and Oliver Darden, following up
Cantrell on a breakaway, dunked
home the errant Cantrell layup to
put Michigan in front to stay, 53-
49.
The game was the lowest scor-
ing total for both Iowa and Michi-
gan in the Big Ten this year.
Hawkeye Scare
MICHIGAN
G F T PF
Buntin 10 8-9 28 4
Cantrell 1 0-0 2 5
Russell 7 13-14 27 2
Clawson 0 0-0 0 1
Tregoning 1 0-1 2 1
Herner 1 2-2 4 2
Pomey 2 0-1 4 2
Darden 1 0-1 2 4
Totals 23 23-28 69 21
IOWA

Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - Michigan Coach
Dave Strack often says that the
Wolverines can't count on any-
body to "do it for us," but that's
exactly what Michigan State did
here last night as the Spartans
fought back to dispose of co-
leader Ohio State, 81-80.
The loss, Ohio State's first to
MSU in St. John's Arena, guaran-
teed Michigan at least a share of
its first Big Ten title since 1948.
It was a 17-foot jump shot by
Pete Gdnt with ten, seconds to go
which put the Spartans in front
to stay in a game which saw the
lead shift seven times in the last
2:20.
Michigan State jumped off to
a lead with help from Gary Bradds
who missed his first five field goal
attempts on the way to a 31
point performance which put him
14 points over the one season Big
Ten scoring record.
The biggest Michigan State lead
was 13, at 24-11, but the Buckeyes
came back to eventually go out
in front at half time 49-36.
The second half looked like a
continuation of the opening period
until Stan Washington and Gent
combined to hit six straight points
and knot the score at 72 apiece
with 3:30 remaining in the game.
Bradds led all scorers, but the
defensive capabilities of the All-
American were open to question
as Fred Thomann notched 24 to
lead the Spartans.

By PERRY HOOD 1
Michigan's hockey team blast-E
ed Michigan State 13-4 yester-
day at the Coliseum to post its
21st win and tie the record for
total goals scored in one season.
Seven men took part in the
scoring spree, Gary Butler lead-
ing the pack with a hat-trick-
plus-one. Bob Ferguson, BarryI
MacDonald, and Ron Coristine'
each had two, while Gordie Wil-
kie, Wilfred Martin, and Alex1
Hood added one each.
The win, coupled with Friday
night's title - clinching victory,l
boosts the Wolverines' league rec-
ord to 12-2. Only the playoffs4
remain on the season WCHA
schedule.'
Can't Break Tie'
The last goal of the game at
12:56 of the third period, scored
by Coristine, tied the Michigan
all-time record for the most points
scored in a single season, with{
the playoffs still to be played.
For the last eight minutes thef
icers tried desperately to break the
record, but to no avail.
The winning tally proved to bet
Butler's second of the game ati
18:14 of the first period. Butler's
shot came from the blue line at
the center of the goal, with Hoodc
and Martin getting the credit fort
the assist.
Ferguson opened up the scoring
with 4:17 gone in the first framec
and the Wolverines were nevere

headed. The score stood 5-1 at the
end of the first stanza, and the
stomp was on.
Margin Grows
Four more goals were belted
through by the Blue to raise the
margin to seven points by the end
of the second period. The thirdj
period got rougher, with several
short scuttles breaking out.
MacDonald combined with Wil-
kie to tally the first point in the
frame. Butler got his fourth goal
shortly after, followed quickly by
Ferguson's second. Michigan fans
had to wait seven minutes, how-
ever, for the record-trying goal.
The height. of noise took place
when Michigan's other three
championships were announced,
with play being interrupted for
several minutes.
'Great Day'
An especially happy Michigan
Coach Al Renfrew simply said,
"It's a great day for Michigan,"
after his team's romp over State.
Bob Gray, returning to the
squad after a short suspension,
turned away many hard shots,
including two wide open break-
away efforts by the Spartans.
Minnesota yesterday turned
down the chance to compete in
the playoffs due to exams, so the
stage is set for Michigan's home
stand '.Tnursaay and F.riciay nignts
against the new fourth place team,
either Colorado or North Dakota.

U, 13-4
Bombs Away!
MICHIGAN Poi. MICH. STATE
Gray G Terpay
Henderson Ford
Gaipeau D Lackey
Wilkie C Coppo
Butler W Hargreaves
Cole WI Mulcahy
First Period Scoring: M--Ferguson
(Coristine, Wakabayashi) 4:17, 1M-
Wilkie (Butler) 6:34,i--Hood (un-
assisted) 14:34, MSU-Elliott (Orme,
Roberts) 14:52, M-Buler (Wilkie,
Cole) 15:54, M-Butler (Hood, Mar-
tin) 18:14. Penalties: M-Cole (ille
gal check) 1:27, MSU-Musat (in-
terference) 3:56, M-Ferguson (hold-
ing) 4:56, MSU-Roberts (elbowing)
5:51, MSU - Miller (interference)
18:08.
Second Period Scoring: MSU -
Hargreaves (Coppo). 0:30, M-But-
ler (Wakabayashi, Wilkie) 4:22, M-
MacDonald (Butler, Wilkie) 6:48, M
-Coristine (Butler) 12:59, M-Mar-
tin (Galipeau) 17:45. Penalties: MSU
-Roberts (interference) 3:14, M-
Hood (highsticking) 7:09, MSU-
Miller (slashing) 19:55, M - Day
(interference) 19:55.
Third Period Scoring: M-Mac-
Donald (Wilkie) 0:09, M--Butler
(MacDonald,HMartin) 1:51, M -
Ferguson (Henderson), MSU-El-
liot (Orme, Jacobson) 7:01, MSU-
Orme (Lackey) 10:59; M-Coristine
(MacDonald, Wilkie) 12:56. Penal-
ties: M-Coristine (hooking) 4:54, Ml
-Galipeau (interference) 9:22, MSU
-Mulcahy (holding) 10:41, MSU-
Mulcahy (roughing) 10:41, M-Coris-
tine (roughing) 10:41, M-Dechaine
(interference) 15:51, MSU- Har-.
greaves (roughing) 18:24, M - De-
chaine (roughing) 18:24.
Saves:
Gray 10 5 11-26
Terpay 16
Attendance: 3,160.

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same event after beating Bartsch's
time in the preliminaries. Sopho-
more Geoff D'Atri finished sev-
enth.
Michigan had four finishers in
the top f2 of the 100-yard butter-
fly. Sophomore Bill Spann placed
the highest of any Wolverine by
finishing sixth. He had to defeat
a teammate, sophomore Dave
Roadhouse, a finalist at 200-yards,
in a swim-off to be in the finals.
Roadhouse was seventh, Long-

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Bastian
Rodgers
Roach
Riddle
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Denoma
Olson
Totals
MICHIGAN
IOWA

G F T PF
4 0-2 8 4
0 0-2 0 2
3 1-1 7 1
3 4-4 10 2
8 2-3 18 2
0 0-0 0 0
4 1-3 9 4
0 0-0 0 1
3 3-4 9 5
25-11-19 61 21
34 35--69
40 21-61

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