THE MICHIGAN DAIY SATURDA, FEBR
ilkie, White Spark Icers Victory
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SIX IN A ROW!
Gymnasts Trample Spartans, 61125012
Y with one of his characteristic
les while Finnegan got the
ound from out in front scored.
goal was scored right after
rtan forward Dick Johnstone
a breakaway thwarted by
he second period also started
a slow pace and it was Beren-
who again set up the Wolver-
tally. Rushing on the left wing,
hedhead centered the puck and
nseman Rodgers put it in on
rebound from defenseman
.ichigan upped its lead to 4-0
he third period with two goals
Zin 25 seconds of each other.
'ilkie got the first score when
s Morrison set him up in
tt of the goal. Wilkie flipped
y the helpless Michigan State
ie, John Chandik.
hen White came right'back to
the game for good when he
ped a rebound and flipped a
,:hander into the net. Kelly set
he goal when he drew Chandik
of the net to stop his shot. The
k came out to Chandik's left
White had an open net.
By JOHN SCOCHIN
Powerful Michigan State fell by
the wayside in a battle between
two of the Big Ten's best gymnas-
tics teams as the Michigan Wol-
verines rolled to their sixth
straight victory 61.5-50.5 in the
Intramural Bldg. last night.
A note of gloom marred the
victory when Gil Larose, who won
two first places in the meet,- in-
jured his finger on the dismount
from the parallel bars. The
knuckle became swollen and La-
rose had to miss competition on
the still rings.
The extent of the injury is not
known but with the Big Ten
Meet coming up next week the loss
of mainstay Larose would be a
crucial blow against a possible
Wolverine championship. "Need-
less to say I'm concerned about
the injury but we'll have to wait
and see what develops," stated
Trampoline, side horse and par-
allel bars put Michigan over the
top. Fine showings in these events
gave Coach Loken's boys a 41.5-
22.5 lead at one time.
The Little Giant, Gil Larose,
spotted MSU's Gani Browsh a 91
and then topped him with a 91.5
for the local squad's first victory
of the evening. Jonn Buss and
CHIGAN MICH. STATE
;ts G Chandik
rrison D Silka
gers b Kempf
kie C Doyle
enson w Turcotte
istine w Fournel
rst Period Scoring: M-Hinne-
enalties: S-Silka -(interference)'
; M-Morrison (slashing) 6:29.
cond Period Scoring: M-Rodg-
(Berenson, Kartusch) 17:13.
enalties: M -Rodgers. (holding)
M-Kartusch (tripping) 3:01;
lliott (boarding) 5:42; S-Hen-
kson (tripping) 15:43; M-Kolb
lerference and 10 minute .mis-
duct) 16:22; M - Kartusch
hird Period jScoring: M-Wilkie
rrson, Pendlebury) 9:13; M -
te (Hinnegan, Kelly) 9:38; S--
le (Turcotte) 14:35; S-T. Lack.
nalties: M-Morrison '(tripping)
S-Baldwin (cross checking)
M-Kartusch (roughing) 11:09;
Curcotte (roughing) 11:09; M--
rison (holding) 11:44.
es by Periods:
'HIGAN 1 1 2-4
J ~0 0 2--2
BUTTS SAVES-Spartan forward Bob Doyle, (17) has this shot saved by the stomach of Michigan
goalie Dave Butts (see arrow). Doyle scored later in the game, which Michigan won 4-2. Attempting
to block the shot is Wolverine defenseman Wayne Kartusch (3). Also pictured is Michigan captain
BIG TEN MEET NEXT:
Keens Wrestlers Take on Minnesota in Season Finale
Barry Spicer added three points
to the Wolverine cause with fourth
and fifth place finishes.
Head on Clash
Things looked bad in the re-
bound tumbling when sophomore
Lewis Hyman hit the springs and
terminated his routine at the end
of only eight bounces instead of
the required 10-12. Steve John-
son, State's former NCAA sham-
pion came on strong with a 90.5.
In his final dual meet perform-
ance Captain Tom Osterland took
up Johnson's challenge. With a
near flawless performance he
totaled a 94.5 to take home the
title honors from his cross-state
rival and give the Wolverines two
Ends a Winner
Lewis Fenner, Michigan's senior
side horse specialist also finished
his dual meet career with a flurry
by roaring away to another vic-
tory, placing a full six points
ahead of his nearest rival for a 92.
Gil Larose and Arno Lascari
formed an effective 90 plus one-
two punch on the high bar with
94 and 91.5 efforts. Jim Hynds
also came through with a 90 but
it was good for only a meager
fourth in this unusually high
The parallel bars were once
again the site of victory for Mich-
igan's Lascari who finished the
season unbeaten with his seventh
straight win, parring a 93 total
into an easy first place.
Dale Cooper, MSU's sophomore
ring star, was the man many of
the 600 odd people at the meet
came to see and he didn't disap-
point them. Scarcely moving the
straps of the apparatus, he excuted
a perfect routine which registered
a 95 and missed an even higher
total becuse of a slip on the dis-
Senior Ralph Bromund added
the punch needed for final vic-
tory by finishing second to Cooper
in his last performance as a
Michigan regular as the locals
sewed up the meet.
FREE EXERCISE-I. Larose (M)
91.5, 2. Browsh (MSU), 3. Bassett
(MSU), 4. Buss (M), 5. Spicer (M),
Giliberto MSU) (tie).
TRAMPOLINE-i. Osterland (M)
94.5, 2. Johnson (MSU), 3. Larose
,(M), 4. Giliberto (MSU), 5. Hyman
SIDE HORSE-1. Fenner (M) 92,
2. George (MSU), 3. Larose (M), 4.
Levy (M), 5. Browsh (MSU).
HIGH BAR-i. Larose (M) 94, 2.
Lascari (M), 3. Durkee (MSU), 4.
Hynds (M), 5. Brodeur (MSU).
PARALLEL BARS-i1. Lascari (M)
93, 2. Bassett (MSU), 3. Hynds (M),
George (MSU), Brodeur (MSU)
RINGS-1. Cooper (MSU), 2. Bro-
round (M), 3. Browsh (MSU), 4.
Lascari (M), 5. Durkee (MSU).
TUMBLING - 1. Bassett (MSU)
84.5, 2. Hynan (M), 3. Johnson
(MSU), 4. Bolton (M), 5. Giliberto
By TOM ROWLAND
Michigan's once-beaten wrestlers,
with one eye toward next Satur-
day's conference meet at Min-
neapolis, take to the mats this
afternoon to tangle with Min-
nesota in the last dual meet of
It's "Wrestlers' Reunion Day,"
and there'll be plenty of Michi-
gan's mat stars of the past in
-the crowd to cheer on the Wol-
verines in the season closer.
Coach Cliff Keen's grapplers,
victorious over title - defending
Michigan State last Saturday, will
be after their eighth win of the
season, a loss to Iowa and a dead-
lock with Pittsburgh being the
The visitors from Gopher-land,
ranked high this winter despite
an eighth place season a year ago,
won't give the Wolverines a
breather before the action starts
next weekend. The Gophers were
denuded last winter with injuries,
ineligibilities, and dropouts, but
11 9 7-27
14 5 5-24
ageek Fourth ictory in Conference
a bolstered-up 1962 crew has set
Minnesota back up' to the tops of
the .Big Ten mat race.
"They've got some terrific boys,"
comments Michigan's Coach Keen.
"Al Johnson, Jim Reifsteck and
then Jim Buffington-he must be
Buffington, a 177-lb. junior from
the Gophers' back yard in Min-
neapolis, tops Minnesota, Big Ten
statistics-wise. Reisteck grapples
at 147-lbs., while Johnson meets
opponents from 123 to 137.
Keen will go with Bill Florence
to take on Buffington, and with
one other exception the Wolverines
will send the same line-up against
the Gophers that was so success-
fully employed against Michigan
State last weekend. Ralph Bahna
is the other switch: he'll be
wrestling in the 130-lb. bracket.
Either Jack Barden or Guy Cur-
tis will hold down the heavy-
weight anchor spot for the Wol-
verines. The rest of the Michigan
line-up: Carl Rhodes (123), Fritz
Kellermann (137), Jimmy Keen
(147), Wayne Miller (157) and
Don Corriere (167).
If Curtis wrestles he'll be the
third Michigan senior making his
final wrestling appearance before
the home fans. Kellermann, two-
time Big Ten champ, and Corriere,
with 15 consecutive victories this
winter, are the other two.
Today's action gets under way at
three o'clock in Yost Field House.
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By BILL BULLARD
Special To The Daily
)WA CITY- It was over a
ith ago that Michigan's basket-
team upset the Iowa Hawkeyes
55 on Tom Cole's last second
throw in the Wolverines' Big
home opener at Yost Field-
he differences between then
now are startling. Michigan at
time was almost unanimously
irded as the top candidate to
sh last in the Big Ten. The
verines were in the cellar with
-2 record after losing to Ohio
e and Illinois.
wa on the other hand had a
conference record. It was
ight that the Hawkeyes would
might in Madison, the Wol-
ne track team competes with
powerful Wisconsin squad in
ieet which should clear up
ral questions concerning the
ming Big Ten Meet to be
in East Lansing next week-'
terest will focus on how good
two teams actually are, for
are considered contenders for
itle to be awarded in Lansing,,
neither has really competed
nst a team which can make
same claim. The victorious
d will surely be in the lime-
for considerations in the pre-
picks next week, while .the'
still will be enough in the
e to revamp events and come
strong on the weekend.,
andouts for the Badger squad
ide Bill Smith in the dashes,
Higginbottom in-the 440-yd
and Don Hendrickson in the
while Wolverine hopes will
with such 'men as Captain
,s Leps in the mile, Bennie
a~e in the hurdles and RIod
tart in the pole vault.
Le Badgers appear particularly
ig in the dashes and the field
is while the Michigan power
n the pole vault, the hurdles
the middle distance races.
ention 'nay momentarily
to Charlie Aquino in the
-yd fun, however, as his rec-
ime will surely be a point of
est in the meet.
be in a fight with several tother
teams for second place behind
Things Have Changed
But that was over a month
ago and things have changed. A
victory for Michigan over Iowa
tonight would put the Wolverines
into sixth place, one notch above
Iowa. Michigan has a 3-6 Big Ten
mark while Iowa has a 4-6 record.
Don Nelson is still the core
of Iowa's attack. The third leading'
scorer in the Big Ten is averaging
27.6 points for . ten conference
games. The Wolverines' first job
will be to slow down this scoring
threat as :they did in the first
encounter when Nelson was held
to 20 points.
Used Tight Zone
The Wolverines' success in snar-
ling Nelson's shooting the first
time was due to a tight zone
defense. Nelson often found the
middle so jammed full of Wolver-
ines that it was impossible to
sink one of his accurate hooks.
Michigan was especially effective
in the second half as Nelson's scor-
ing output totaled two lay-ups
and three free throws.
Iowa doesn't have any other
player averaging in double figures
for the Big Ten season, so to
stop Nelson is virtually to stop
the Iowa team.
But trouble for an Iowa oppon-
ent is usually related tt the Hawk-
eye defense. Iowa is second in the
conference to Ohio State in de-
fense, allowing only 72.4 points
Michigan's defensive skill is
shown by its fourth place position,
giving up an average of 77.3.
The height and rebounding
power of both teams is very simi-
lar. Besides the 6 '6" Nelson at
center, Iowa counts on 6'7" for-
ward Doug Mehlhaus and 6'0"
Cincinnati 134, Detroit 120
Los Angeles 124, Chicago 117 (ovt.)
New York 130, St. Louis 118
Brown 84, Columbia 59
Penn 87, ?artmouth 66
Princeton 73, Harvard 65
Boston College 90, Seton Hall 86
Yale 48, Cornell 47
Duquesne 74, St. Francis (Pa.) 61
Clemson 72, Virginia 71
East. Michigan 67, .East. Illinois 66
So. Illinois 57, Central Michigan 52
Houston 56, Southern California 51
Alir Force 70, Arizona 63
Texas A & M' 89, Arkansas 79
forward Andy Hankins to con-
trol the boards. Jerry Messick at
S6'8" is a top reserve who helps
out when needed and guards Matt
Szykowny and Joe Reddington
get a surprising number of re-
bounds. The Hawkeyes nave
brought down 392 rebounds in Big
Ten games as compared to 382
for Michigan, although the Wol-
verines have played one less game.
Tonight's game may not be as
close as the first one but neither
team is likely to murder the other
in view of the defensive type game
each team plays.
... Gophers beware
Buckeyes Near Big Ten Title,
Victory StreakStands at 25
By The Associated Press
It's countdown time in the Big
Ten basketball race with Ohio
State standing on the threshhold
of its third consecutive conference
Unbeaten in 25 starts this season
and owning a string of 25 Big Ten
victories including 10 this year,
Ohio State will be at home against
Illinois today in a regionally tele-
A victory over Illinois and a
Wisconsin loss at Northwestern
tonight would assure the top-
ranked Buckeyes of at least a
share of the title. A victory at
Iowa Monday night would wrap
up the title.
However, if Wisconsin (8-2) re-
mains as stubborn as it has all
season and defeats Northwestern
and holds on against Minnesota
Monday night. The Badgers will
force a showdown at Madison next
Ohio State could afford to lose
at Madison and still win the
championship, assuming the Buck-
eyes don't get tripped up else-
where, but it would make things
more interesting in a race which
has seen little more than Ohio
State's growing string of victories.
Illinois (6-4) is given little
chance of surprising Ohio State
and Wisconsin must overcome the
home floor disadvantage at North-
western. The Wildcats have a
shabby 2-8 Big Ten record but
can be troublesome at home.
Other games find Indiana (5-4)
at Michigan State (2-9), Michigan
(3-6) at Iowa (4-6) and Minne-
sota (3-7) at Purdue (7-4).
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