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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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A Wolerines
Russell Scores 25
lIn 69-5 7 Triumph

Whip Ohio U. To Take Regional Tit
Denver Trips Up leemen, 6-

(Continued from Page 1)
ment," hit on a turn around jump
shot to put the Wolverines up by
three.'
But Ohio wasn't finished.
Haley drove in for a layup with
12:47 left to play and the sore
was knotted at 43-all for the only
tie in the second half.
All of a sudden Russell came to
life and hit two quick baskets to
put his team back on top 47-43.
Pomey then came up with one of
his key steals to set up Buntin
for a layup, putting the score at
51-43 and out of reach of the
challenging Bobcats.
The Wolverines kept a lead of
at least ten for the last seven
minutes and coasted to the 12-
point margin.
Russell; whose injury was more
On to KC!

noticeable last night than ever
before, limped into the Michigan
dressing moom and admitted that
it "was killing" him.
Strack called Russell's perform-
ance "amazing in view of his in-
jury. He really played a gutty
game."
The one department where the
Wolverines sparkled was the
shooting from the foul line, where
they missed just two in 19 tries.
Russell was seven for seven, and
Buntin: was three for three. One-
of the misses came after the game
was over when Doug Herner
missed one of his tries on a foul
that was committed just as the
horn sounded.
The all-tournament team picked
by a select group of sportswriters
included Ohio's Hilts and ;Jerry
Jackson, Lesile Hunter, Loyola;
and the two Michigan stars, Bun-
tin and Russell.
NCAA SEMI-FINAL PAIRINGS
Friday Night
Mlichigan vs. Duke
Kansas State vs. UCLA
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
Mideast Regional
Michigan 69, Ohio U. 57 (champion-
ship)
Loyola 100, Kentucky 91 (consolation)
Eastern Regional
Duke 101, Connecticut 54 (cham-
pionship)
villanova 74, Princeton 62 (consola-
tion)
Mid'iest Regional
Kansas State 94, Wichita 86 (cham-
pionship)
Texas Western 63, Creighton 52 (con-
solation)
Western Regional
UCLA 76, San Francisco 72
(championship)
Seattle 88, Utah Ctate 78 (consolation)

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on power plays in the first stanza,
but only took advantage of one of
them. After Denver's Dominic
Fragomeni and Bob Lindsay had
driven shots past Gray at 4:05!
and 4:28 respectively, Mel Waka-
bayashi took a pass from Bob
Ferguson from behind the cage
and pushed the puck past goalie
Buddy Blom into the lefthand
corner of the net. This tally came
when Denver was shorthanded, as
Ron Livingstone was in the process
of serving his second of three pen-
alties of the period.
The first period divided itself
quite evenly into two halves, the
first being played in Michigan ice,
and the second at Denver's end of
the rink. The Blue continued their
offensive in the early part of the
second period, but were put two
goals behind when Andy Herre-
bout scored on a breakaway. This
was the clinching goal, and al-
though the Wplverines scored
again,hthere was little chance for
a Michigan victory. The Pioneers
scored again at 8:16 of the second
stanza when Jim Kenning beat
Goalie Bob Gray.
Gray suffered the entire eve-
ning from a lack of protection by
the defense. On several occasions
he was screened by his own men
and was unable to follow the play.
Michigan's power play was lacking

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again even though Renfrew had
five forwards on the ice in an at-
tempt to bring the MacNaughton
trophy home to rest in the Mich-
igan trophy case.
Tough Loss
MICHIGAN Pos. DENVER
Gray G Blom
Polonic D Padzerski
Henderson D Lindsay
Cole IW Naslund
Wilkie C Livingstone
Butler W Sampson
First Period Scoring: DU-Frago-
mieni (Herrebout, Staub) 4:05, DU
-Lindsay (Herrebout, Staub) 4:28,
M-Wakabayashi (Ferguson, Cois-
tine) 12:54. Penalties: DU-Living-
stone (roughing) 7:22, M - Day
(roughing) 7:22, DU - Lindsay
(hooking) 10:34, DU-Livingstone
(holding) 11:41, DU - Livingstone
(interference) 15:35, DU-Padzer-
ski (interference) 18:44.
Second Period Scoring: DU-Her-
rebout (Staub, Peers) 1:46, DU -
Henning (Gillard) 8:16. Penalties: M
-Cole (hooking) 1:14, DU-Padzer-
ski (illegal check) 5:04, M-Cole
(hooking) 5:04, M-Dechaine (hold-
ing) 11:20, DU-Peers (interference)
14:16, M-Ferguson (tripping) 17:18.
Third Period Scoring: DU-Gil-,
lard (Herrebout, Henning) 7:08,8M-
Dechaine (MacDonald, Hood) 8:27,
DU-Staub (Herrebout, Smith) 8:44.
Penalties: DU-Lindsay (roughing)
17:34, M-Ferguson (roughing) 17:34,
DUT--Padzerski (hooking) 18:27, M-
Butler (interference) 19:01.
Saves by Periods:
Gray 6 9 1-16
Blom 6 4 6-16
Scoring by Periods:
MICHIGAN 1 0 1-2
DENVER2 2 2 2-6

Play in the last period was
rough and wide open. Michigan
scored its second and last goal of
the evening at 8:27 of the third
period when Pierre Dechaine de-
flected a shot by defenseman
Barry MacDonald from 40 feet out
over Blom's left shoulder into the
the upper lefthand corner of the
cage. Denver scored at 2:17 when
Myles Gillard pushed a rebound
on a breakaway under Gray's pads.
The Pioneers finished out the
scoring at 8:43 on a breakaway

by Billy Staub that came only
seconds after the Wolverines
fought back to a three goal del
Tired Out
Michigan was bruised and I
after Friday night's double o
time total goal playoff victory
Michigan Tech. This showed I
in the defensive play. Roger C
peau was lost to Michigan beca
of a broken cheekbone that he
curred in Friday's game, and
result, the other four defense
had to work overtime.

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Strack's Wolverines dropped Ohio University 69-57. Next on the
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CLEVELAND (A) - Michigan's
Dorie Reid pulled past Odell Bar-
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place in the 50-yard dash here at
the 24th 'annual Knights of Co-
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Reid 'tied a 1963 meet record
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Meanwhile, Wolverine Cliff Nut-
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with a time of 4:05.4.
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It was in the mile event that
Tommy O'Hara, Loyola of Chica-
go's ace miler, withdrew because
of an injury suffered last week
while working out in practice.
O'Hara, who had won the mile
here for three straight years, said
the pain "became worse since I.
got to Cleveland last night."
Plane Arrives
The Mideast champion Wol-
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noon at Willow Run at 4:20
p.m.

Two other defending champions
also were out of the meet-last
big indoor event of the season,
high jumper John Thomas and
Paul Drayton in the 50-yard dash.
Thomas appeared limping and
using a cane. He said he hurt his
right ankle at a Chicago YMCA
workout Wednesday and that his

doctor told him he would be out
for "a couple of weeks."
Drayton, formerly of Villanova
and now in the Army,-didn't show
up and there was no immediate
explanation for his absence.
The 50-yard high hurdles went
to Paul Jones of Detroit Varsity
Club, with a time of :06.2.

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