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- THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUE

SDAY, JANUARY 21, 1964

Pucksters Go on Goal Rampage

Gord Pallett having only one bad
moment on a six-shot Wolverine
barrage with four minutes gone.l
The play was close through the
first half of the period, with the.
Blue scoring once, but Michigan
quickly put out the Montreal
Hockey Managers
The hockey team is looking
for freshmen or sophomores to
serve as student managers.
Anyone interested in filling this
job should see Coach Renfrew
at the ice rink.r
flame with two goals ten seconds
apart by Marty Read and Alex
Hood in the second half of the
period.
The second period was strictly
no contest, with the Wolverines
blasting in -even more points and
completely dominating play.
Shortly after the start of the third
period, goalie Pallett was hurt,
but continued to play. Loyola fi-
nally spoiled the shutout on a slap
shot from the blue line by de-
fenseman Bren Doherty. Gary

Butler and Cole added two more
tallies for the Blue to complete the
scoring.
Clear Domination
Saturday night the Wolverines
went even further in dominating
play, displaying hard checking and
a tighter defense. For the first
period Michigan goalie Bill Bieber
bad only three saves compared
with 24 for alternate goalie Bruce
McKay of Montreal. The Wolver-
ines had six players scoring the
six goals of the first .period. The
second and third periods saw
harder checking by both squads,
and eight more Michigan points.
Senior Ron Coristine tallied once
in each period fcr a hat trick to
add to those of Martin and Cole of
Friday night.
Loyola stands 5-3 in small-col-
lege league play, and snorts a non-
conference win over Yale. Coach
Kennedy adde4: "The players
worked to the best of their ability.
They didn't give up playing hard
although down by so many points.
,"Michigan has a good hockey
team. They're 'specia.ly strong.
I think they may go all the way."
Michigan Coach Al Renfrew was

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Hoosiers Dunk Blue
While Farley Stars

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
A GOAL FOR COLE-Michigan's Jack Cole (6) opens the scor-
ing against Loyola of Montreal as he fires the first -of two goals
past Gord Pallett in the first period of last Friday's 12-1 victory.
Cole, who plays the wing, is ajunior from Ontario.

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By BILL BULLARD
Sophomore Bill Farley captured
three events and sophomore Rich
Walls added another for the only
Michigan victories as Indiana's
Hoosiers won their 36th straight
dual meet, 81-42, Saturday night
in Bloomington.
Farley started off the meet by
taking a first place in the 1000-
yard freestyle with a winning time
of 10:38.2. Less than 15 minutes
later he came back with a victory
in the 200-yard freestyle. Later on
in the program he completed his
triple triumph with a win in the
500-yard freestyle.
Ready To Go
Eight dives were left in the div-
ing competition after the 1000.
These were completed and then
the swimmers in the medley relay
were ready to go. Backstroker Ed
Bartsch jumped the gun on the
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first attempt to start the race,
giving Farley a litle extra time to
rest. Then Farley came through
with his second victory of the
meet.
Actually, Farley was almost
touched out in the race by Wails.
The Bartlesville, Oklahoma sprint-
er was so close that some team
members thcught that he had
beaten Farley. Both Wolverines
beat out 1963 Big Ten champion
in the 200, Gary Verhoeven, who
finished third.
In the 500 where Verhoeven is
also the defending Big Ten cham-
pion, the Hoosier finished third.
His teammate 'T crry Townsend
finished second behind Farley.
Times Off
Farley's times were all slightly
off his three vwsity records His
time in the 500 of 5:00.1 was only
1.1 seconds from Verhoeven's win-
ning time in the Big Ten last sea-
son.
Stager was very pleased with the
performance of Walls in the 100-
yard freestyle. Walls won in 49 7
and had the race under control
all the way according to Stager.
Another sophomore. Bob Tanner,
finished third.
Stager's overall comment about
the meet was that, "All our guys
swam well. Everyone tried."
Vacation Practice
He did say that one disadvan-
tage was the team's lack of recent
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Memphis State 83, Chicago Loyola 65
Maryland 91, Wake Forest 82
Ohio U. 76, Muskingum 58

experience in a short course pool
after practicing in a 50-meter pool
in Florida during vacation. This
was offset he said, though, by the
conditioning benefits that were de-
rived by practice in the longer
pool.
Indiana piled up its margin of
victory by winning both relays and
slamming the first two places in
the backstroke, butterfly, breast-
stroke, and individual medley plus
two first places in diving.
Bartsch, Michigan's Pan-Ameri-
can backstroke champion, took a
third place behind world record-
holder Tom Stock and sophomore
Pete Hammer. Stock and Bartsch
let Hammer set the early pace and
both came on to pass the soph.
But Hammer wouldn't quit and
touched out Bartsch for second
place.
Watered Down
1000-YD FREESTYLE-1. Farley
(M); 2. Townsend (I); 3. Dudley
(M); 4. Babbadge (I). Time-10:38-
.2.
ONE-METER DIVING-1. Gilbert
(1); 2. Morse (I); 3. Brown (M);
4. Boothman (M).
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Indiana (Stock, Tretheway, Schul-
ho, Schmidt); 2. Michigan. Time--
3:35.9.
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Farley
(M); 2. Walls (M); 3. Verhoeven
(I); 4. O'Neil (1). Time-1:50.5.
50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. William-
son (1); 2. Hayden (I); 3. Tanner
(M); 4. Orland (M). Time-:22.2.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
-1. Stickles (); 2. Kendrick (I);
3. D'Atri (M); 4. Reppert (M).
Time-1:59.9.
THREE-METER DIVING-1. Gil-
Bert (1); 2. Boothman (M); 3.
Candler (M); 4. Morse (;).
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Schul-
hof (I); 2. Schmidt (I); 3. Moore
(M); 4. Roadhouse (M). Time -
1:56.2.
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Walls
(M); 2. Obilby (I); 3. Tanner (M);
4. Olson (I). Time-:49.7.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Stock
(I); 2. Hammer (I); 3. Bartsch (M);
4. D'Atri (M). Time-1:58.7.
500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Farley;
(M); 2. Townsend (I); 3. Verhoev-
en (1); 4. Dudley (M) :Time -
5:00.1.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Tretheway- (I); 2. Anderson (I); 3.
Bo.olay (M); 4. Rabinovitch (M).
Time-2 :17.0.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY-1.
Indiana (Schulhof, Schmidt, Wil-
liamson, Alvares); 2. Michigan.
Time-3:1.0.

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