FEBRUARY 1, 1964
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FEBRUARY 1.1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE
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By TOM WEINBERG
It is ironic, but Michigan is out
for revenge this afternoon at rain-
soaked Yost Field House.
The irony lies in the fact that
Michigan State is the object of
the Wolverines' revenge, despite
the fact that Coach Dave Strack's
men marched past State just a
week ago, 91-77.
Revenge stems from the close-
ness of last week's hard-fought
affair at Jennison Field House
when, for the first time since
their jaunt to Disneyland, the
Wolverines were seriously threat-
The two-point halftime margin
as well as the two come-from-be-
hind surges in the second half are
what put fear into the Wolverine
fans last week.
The immediate revenge was
taken by Cazzie Russell last week,
when he put away the game with
a five-point spurt in the middle
of the second half. The Wolver-
ines want a more thorough job
As is becoming customary, in-
adequate Yost was sold out for
today's game before noon yester-
day. In fact. a large group of
people were on hand as early as
2 a.m. Friday morning to insure
tickets for the game.
The group of early-birds in-
cluded several girls who enter-
taired themselves with card games
and other activities by the light
The interest was so intense that,
one girl risked an escape from the
dorms, only to be foiled by thej
efficient fire-alarm system.
The game begins at 2 p.m. and
will be televised on Channel 4.
Coach Forddy Anderson brings
his Spartans to Ann Arbor for
the first time in more than two
years, as Bill Buntin, Cazzie Rus-
sell and the team will shoot for
the third straight win over the
rivals from East Lansing.
Michigan State is fresh from
its most impressive win of the
Big Ten season, a last-minute 102-
The all-campus paddleball
tournament begins tomorrow at
the Sports Building with 64
participants, I-M Director Earl
Riskey has announced.
99 triumph over Ohio State Mon-
day night in Lansing.
Marcus Sanders, junior forward
and senior guard Bill Schwarz
accounted for 49 points in Mon-
day's upset over Ohio State. The
same two managed only 14 be-
tween them in the first version
of the intrastate rivalry last week.
Last week it was the rebound-
ing which caused grief to Strack's
men. State's balance under the
boards gave them a 56-48 edge in
that department, the first time all
season Michigan has been edged
in rebounding. The wide-open
style of game cramped the style
of sophomores Russell and Oliver
Darden. The 6'51d2" guard and
6'" forward pulled down 'only 14
boards between them, a far cry
from their average of almost 20
per cent of all bounds over the
State is depending on the shoot-
ing of 6'3" Sanders and 6'3"
Schwarz again, as well as the out-
Gymnasts Hope, for
W in with Lascari
By JIM GREINER
Arno Lascari will be back in ac-
tion tonight against Indiana.
This good news, perhaps the
best that gymnastics coach Newt
Loken has heard since before the
Wolverine captain was injured,
was accompanied by more mis-
Rich Blanton, Michigan's soph-
omore star, is out for an indefinite
put of high-scorer for the year,
6'41/" forward Pete Gent, who
boasts over a 20-point average.
Sophomore jumping-jack Stan
Washington, a 6'3" long-time rival
of Darden, is expected to create
an even more difficult time under
the boards this afternoon.
Streak on Line
The Wolverines put their ten-
game winning streak at Yost Field
House on the line this afternoon
and go after their fifteenth win
in 16 outings this year. Michigan
State is 9-7 for the year, and
notched at 3-3 in the Big Ten.
The week-long rest that the
second-ranked cagers have enjoy-
ed is their longest idle period in
1964. In fact-it's the only time
this season, except during exams,
that a full week has passed be-
By LLOYD GRAFF
One might think that a gymnast
studying to be an. aeronautical en-
gineer would prefer the more airy
events like the high bar or still
rings over the floor skimmers, but
Set in Track
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Densham on the other hand
sailed straight through until the
6'10" mark where he needed a
third try before clearing it. ,
Officials raised the bar to a
measured T'", but both missed
on all three attempts.
Michigan's crack mile-relay
team capped the meet by turning
in a time of 3:18.5, a new field
house and meet record. Dave Ro-
main, Bob Jarema, Mac Hunter,
and Kent Bernard ran the legs
of the event with Bernard running
the anchor in :48.
Western Michigan finished sec-
ond behind the Wolverines even
though the Broncos led through-
out most of the event.
Michigan also captured the dis-
tance medley and the shuttle
hurdle relay by tying the meet
record in the former at 10:11 and
falling two-tenths of a second
short of the record in the latter at
Second place finishes in the two-
mile relay and the sprint medley
completed Michigan's team com-
Earlier in the evening, Clifton
Mayfield of Central State broke
th? meet record for the broad
jump at 24'9", while Michigan's
track captain Roger Schmitt was
putting 54'7" to win.
BROAD JUMP-1. Mayfield (Cen-
tral State)3; 2. Otzman (Grand
Rapids JC); 3. Watkins (Ecorse
Track Club). Distance-24'9" (meet
6O-D. DASH-I. Moreland (MSU);
2. Alverson (Central State); 3. Smith
SHOTPUT-1. Schmitt (M); 2.
Soudek (M); 3. Miskow (Central
Track Club). Distance-54'7".
HIGH JUMP-1. tie (Densham
(M) and Oliphant (unatt.); 3. tie
J. Lttlejohn (Kalamazoo), A. Little-
john (Kal), Bird (Kal) and McKoy
(MSU). Height-6'10" (meet, YFH,
and vasity record).
POLE VAULT-i. Turcher (WMU);
2. tie, Canamare (M), Wade (M),
and Niehardt (CMU). Height-14'.
SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Mason, Kohms, Woodton,
Nuttall); 2. Central Michigan; 3.
Miami (O.). Time-:25.2.
DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY - 1
Michigan (Remain, Sampson, Hayes,
Ryan); 2. Western Michigan; 3.
MSU. Time-10:11 (ties meet rec-
1000-YD. RUN-1. Fulcher (MU);
2. Bartels (M); 3. Knapp )Ky.).
SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
MSU (Parker, Moreland, Lewis, Mar-
tens); 2. Michigan; 3. Central Track
Club. Time-3:30.9 (ties meet rec-
880-YD. RELAY - 1. Toledo; 2.
WMU; 3. Ann Arbor Track Club.
65-YD. LOW HURDLES-1. Vogler
(WMU); 2. LaCore (Central C Track
Club); 3. Steele (East Lansing TC).
TWO-MILE RELAY - 1. WMU
(Van Schelven, Crane, Noyes, Ham-
.merstein):42. Michigan; 3. Miami
(0.). Time-I :42.1.
not NCAA free exercise champion
He likes both feet on the ground
Or at least both hands when he
goes through his complex routines
in a meet. Like a thorough engi-
neer he meticulously plans every
nuance of his routine with Coach
Newt Loken before venturing into
a meet. "There's no room for ad
libbing. You usually don't think
as you go through your routine.
You just hope things flow auto-
matically,' says Henderson.
Things have been flowing
mighty well for him since he left
the land of grits and black-eyed
peas where he hails from. In his
old home town of Atlanta, Georgia.
he won the state all-around title
twice, but admits that "the compe-
tition was not too stiff." Coach
Loken was a personal friend of his
coach at Georgia Military Acad-
emy. This was the link that even-
tually brought him to the North
to compete against all the Yan-
Loken says that Henderson was
a real darkhorse when he first
came. "None of the other coaches
up here had heard of him and we
really sprung him as a surprise
last year when he was a sopho-
Henderson competes in two
events, free ex and tumbling, and
says he does not prefer one over
the other. The two events are re-
lated, but they accent different
things. "Tumbling takes speed and
power. Free ex on the other hand
demands more coaching and prac-
tice because it requires more grace
and smoothness," he stated. Hen-
derson works out for a couple
hours every day during the fall
and twice a week during the sea-
son with a day of rest before ev-
This training regimen helped
him take the free ex in the first
Big Ten meet of the year against
Ohio State last Friday. He also
tied for first in tumbliing with
teammate and unbitter rival Phil
The Henderson Bolton rivalry
has been an interesting one for
the past year and a fraction if only
because of its almost uncanny
closeness. Henderson beat Bolton
in the dual meet with Michigan
State last year and finished be-
hind Bolton in the Big Ten Cham-
pionship. Aside from these two in-
stances the two have tied in every
meet in which they have both
Despite the personal duel the
competition has remained friend-
ly. "Phil and I are real good
friends," says Henderson and Lo-
ken seconds this statement.
Henderson, as a tumbling affi-
cianado as well as an expert him-
self, has .a respect bordering on
awe for the man who beat him in'
tumbling last season, Hal Holmes
of Illinois. "I'm not ready yet for
what he can do on the mats. He
was almost unbelievable. He picked
up speed as he went down the
mat, and each hand spring was
higher than the last. I've finally
gotten to the point where I can
keep mine at an even height."
Henderson will not have to face
Holmes this year, however, be-
cause "the best tumbler in the
universe" has graduated. This
means he has a shot at the Big
Ten title in tumbling as well as
in free ex in which he is the ack-
The next meet for this slight,
140 pounds, Georgia peach is
against Indiana tonight at 7:30
in the Sports Building. Although
neither Coach Loken nor Hender-
son envision the Hoosiers as a
stiff challenge they are both a
little wary of darkhorses. After
all, one Mike Henderson was a
bit of a darkhorse himself last
... led OSU upset
length of time. After finishing
second in floor exercise and first
on parallel bars in last week's win
over Ohio State, he fell from the
rings with an arm injury. It has
been diagnosed as a strained bicep
The meet, tonight at 7:30 in the
Sports Building, will mark an at-
tempt by the gym squad to extend
its current dual-meet unbeaten
string to 22. The last time the
gymnasts lost was the opening
meet of the 1961 season against
Loken classes Indiana as only
"fair." The Hoosiers number
among their best performers Bob
Lily, on the trampoline, Keith
Ruggles, sidehorse, Ron Mooar,
excellent on apparatus, and Larry
Coleman, in the free exercise and
Indiana currently holds a 2-2
season record, with victories over
Ball State and Northern Illinois.
Its only conference meet was a
loss to Minnesota.
Lascari will return against the
Hoosiers tonight in two events,
the rings and parallel bare Over
two months ago he injured an el-
bow and last week Loken feared
he might be lost for another
month. However, the NCAA champ
tested his elbow and found it all
right for tonight's meet.
Six men will try for first place
repeats after the 64112-46% win
over Ohio State: Mike Menderson,
floor exercise; Fred Sanders, tram-
poline; Paul Levy, sidehorse; John
Cashman, high bar; Ned Duke,
rings; and Phil Bolton and Hen-
Those six plus Blanton combined
to sweep all the top spots from
the Buckeyes last week.
After tonight, the next. home
dual-meet for the Wolverines will
be their last of the season, against
Michigan State, February 22.
lcers Mash Colorado
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a near trauma when he beat out
two defensemen and shot just wide
of the goal mouth.
After an exhibition of pinpoint
passing, the Wolverine offense got
together a power play, with the
hard-skating, Martin getting the
credit for Michigan's fourth goal
after Warwick was sent sprawling
across the goal mouth.
Colorado's potent senior, John
Simus, nearly put an end to
Gray's hopes for the shutout on
a breakaway attempt. Gray proved
equal to the task, however, com-
ing out and making an eye-catch-
ing save to preserve the white-
Michigan ran away from the,
Tigers in the third period, scoring
with only 1:06 gone on Ferguson's
second tally of the evening. Butler
and Martin gave the 2000 fans
some thrills with their deft stick-
handling and fast skating, liter-
ally skating rings around Colo-
rado's slower defense.
Cole chalked up his second point
of the contest with five minutes
left on a shot high in the left'
corner of the net. Michigan's
smallest offensive weapon, sopho-
more Mel Wakabayashi, duplicated
Cole's shot with seconds remain-
ing to close out the scoring.
Gray's shutout performance ties
an all-time Michigan record, two
shutouts in a season, set by sen-
sational Willard Ikola in the 1951-
52 campaign and tied by him in
the two succeeding years.
Coach Johnson had words of
praise for Michigan's offense. "The
offense has good balance. I'd put
them in the same category as Den-
ver and North Dakota. You don't
find many faster skaters than
The defense came in for some
praise also: "The big defense is
very effective," added Johnson.
"We had been averaging over six
goals per game."
The win is Michigan's fifth
straight, and gives the Wolverines
an overall 11-2 record with a 4-1
conference standing. Colorado falls
still lower in the ranks with a 1-4'
conference record, with tonight's
rematch still to be played,
MICHIGAN Pos. COLORADO
Gray G Warwick
Polonic D Hanson
MacDonald D Otto
Wilkie C Magie
Butler W Blumer
Cole W Peterson
First Period Scoring-M-Mar-
tin (Hood, Read) 3:36, M-Ferguson
(Polonic) 14:34, M-Cole (Wilkie)
16:18. Penalties: M-MacDonald
Second Period Scoring-M-Mar-
tin (unassisted) 14:05. Penalties: Mr
--MacDonald. (tripping) 4:42, C-Ot-
to (spearing, five min.) 10:10, M-
(Too many men on ice) served by
Third Period Scoring-M-Fergu-
son (Coristine, Wakabayashi) 1:06,
M-Cole (Wilkie) 15:42, M-Waka-
bayashi (unassisted) 19:41. Penal-
ties: M-Polonic (tripping) 1:25, M
-MacDonald (crosschecking) 10:31,
M-Polonic (interference) 18:10.
Gray (M) 6 9 8-23
Warwick (C) .18 13 13-44
Expect Rock'em Sock'em Duel
As 'M' Pits Skill Against Pitt
By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI
If the walls of ancient Yost
Field House are still standing
after today's basketball game,
those diehard fans who can still
see through the musty air can
watch what should be one of the
outstanding wrestling meets of
mlhi, ~ Y'cT.-r4nifa 04' faf'ac ,w--
The feature match of the after-
noon should be in the 130-pound
weight class in which sophomore
Bill Johannsen will tangle with
Pittsburgh standout M i c h a e 1
Johnson. Johnson, who was four
times Pennsylvania state high
school champion, was the most
sought after high school wrestler