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AJIX MAC 6,1962THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FIRST DIVISION:* Feder
'M' Cagers Downed by Gophers Gains

Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS-Eric Magdanz
and his Minnesota teammates ex-
ploded Michigan's hopes of finish-
ing in the Big Ten basketball first
division'here last night with a 102-
80 victory.
The loss, coupled with Indiana's
win over Illinois, eliminated what
faint hopes the Wolverines had.

ed close for most of the first
half until Magdanz and foul
trouble began to set in.
Halftime Margin
With 7:36 left in the half,
Magdanz hit his 10th point and
Ray Cronk added a basket to
make the score 28-20 and even-
tually the Gophers built up a 47-
28 halftime margin.
Michigan left the floor at the
half with John Harris burdened
with four fouls and Bob Brown
three. In addition, John Ooster-
baan, Tom Cole and Doug Herner
had 'two fouls apiece to further
add to the Wolverine woes.
The Gopher lead reached 23
points, 55-32, at one point in the
second half, but the Wolverines
rallied., With Oosterbaan hitting
18 of his 22 points in the last
half, Michigan drew within 10
points, 63-52, with 11:30 to go.
However, with Magdanz lead-
ing the charge, and Harris and
Brown fouling out, the Gophers
ran the lead back up to 90-69 in
a five-minute period. Magdanz
scored 30 of his points in tne
second half and at one point
scored 15 of Minnesota's 16 points
in a five-minute span.
Magdanz' had help from 6'7"
Tom McGrann and guard Robert
Bateman, who each pitched in 16
points. Cronk, , another Gopher
giant at 6'6", had 12. Magdanz,
McGrann, Cronk and Bateman
are all juniors.
Cole continued his late-season
scoring for Michigan with 16
points. Herner, filling in for Can-
trell, had his best night in a
Michigan jersey with 12 points
and Jon Hall added 10.
Minnesota hit a hot 46.3 per.
cent from the floor, while the
Wolverines could only manage
35.6.
Not Enough
MICHIGAN G F P T
Cole 6 4-6 3 16

CHICAGO (AP) - The federation
athletic program, strongly sup-
ported by the National Collegiate
Athletic Association, had a "show
of hands" yesterday which showed
strong backing throughout virtu-
ally all levels in the country.
Represented at what was de-
scribed as an organizational ses-
sion for federations in track and
field and gymnastics was this im-
posing figure: 86 individual repre-
sentatives, 13 national organiza-
tions, 21 athletic conferences and
state high school associations.
The AAU which was invited to
attend lived up to its previous an-
nouncement that it would not.
"It is perfectly clear that the
principal organizations represented
here are enthusiastic about forma-
tion of federations in track and
field and gymnastics," said Walter
Byers, NCAA executive director.
"A time limit is expected to be
set tomorrow for all organizations
to join the federation program
(this in effect would mean the
AAU and the armed forces). We
still have to firm up our briefs on
operations, finances and objectives
tomorrow and we hope to gain this
from the group meeting here," said
Byers.
The federation in basketball,
Byers explained, was not taken up
at this session because it already
has made definite plans, drawn up
a constitution and objectives.
Byers accused the AAU of "in-

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
TWO MORE FOR WOLVERINES-This one, by Doug Herner,
came against Northwestern, despite the efforts of the Wildcats'
Ralph Wells. Herner, a 5'10" sophomore has turned in a fine
job as a replacement for starting guard Bob Cantrell. Herner
scored a personal high of 12 points in last night's loss to Min-

ERIC MAGDANZ

.Renfrew Seeks NCCA Title

The best they can do now is
finish in a tie for sixth, providing
they whip Purdue on Saturday
and Iowa loses its remaining game.
The Gophers used a height ad-
vantage, a fast break and Mag-
danz' 42 points to close their sea-
son with three straight wins and
finish with a 6-8 record. The
Wolverines have a 5-8 mark and
dropped to seventh by the Go-
phers,
. Two Records
Magdanz, a 6'6" junior forward,
broke two Minnesota scoring rec-
ords and led both teams in re-
bounding with 18 to lead the rout.
He broke the individual game
scoring mark of 40 set by George
Kline against Iowa in 1957, and
broke the Big Ten season scoring
record of 348 points formerly held
by Dick Garmaker.
The Gophers thoroughly dom-
inated the boards, 46-31,.and used
a fast break for the first time this
season to finish their season on
a happy note.
glaying their second straight
game without the services of start-
ing guard Bob Cantrell, still out
with the flu, the Wolverines stay-

Y

By JIM BERGER

Brown
Harris
Herner
Hall
Schoenherr
Oosterbaan
Higgs
Ludwig
Eveland
Greenwdld
Totals
MINNESOTA
Magdanz
Cronk
McGrann
Bateman
Linehan
Jensen
Kezar
Davis
Grow
Druskin
Gilbertson
Kessler
Totals
MICHIGAN
MINNESQTA

3 0-2 5
3 0-1 5
5 2-3 2
4 .2-2" 5
1 1-1 0
8 6-S 4;
1 0-0 2
0 2-2 0
0 0-0 0
0 1-2 0
3118-2726
G F P
16 10-10 4
' 4, 3-7 4
6 4-6 5
4 8-9 2
3, 3-4 2
0 0-1 3
1 0-0 0
0 0-0 0
1 0-0 0
1 0-0 04
1 0-0 1-
0 0-0 0
37 28-37 21 1

6
6,
12
10
3
22
2
2
1o
80
T
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11
16
16
9;
0
2
0
2z
2
2
0
102

Ordinarily, winning three out of
five games from as good a hockey
team as Michigan Tech would be
a matter of much rejoice, but
Michigan Coach Al Renfrew is not
smiling.
These two losses kept Michigan
from winning the ,conference and
playoff championship. But the
Wolverines unlike most losers have
another shot. This time it will be
for a bigger and better prize-the
National Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation championship at Utica,
New York.
No Excuses
In Saturday's final, disaster
struck the Michigan team. Ren-
frew had no excuses. "I don't think
our playing two games in two
nights put us at that much of a
disadvantage. They're (Tech) just
a good hockey team," he said.
"I think there was a lot of pres-
sure on the boys, the crowd and
all," he went on. "Generally, I
think the defense wasn't as strong
as it has been throughout the year,
and also but forwards had a little
trouble getting back."
Renfrew reported no further

Michigan injuries. Defenseman
Wayne Kartusch still is being
bothered with a groin injury suf-
fered last week during the West
German National game.
Michigan has a slightly less than
two week respite before entering
the Nationals. Although it has not
been "officially" announced, Mich-
igan and Michigan Tech will rep-
resent the, Western Collegiate
Hockey Association.
As for the two Eastern teams,
Clarkson is the only predictable
entry. The other team could be
either St. Lawrence, Colby, or
Rensellaer.
Renfrew will keep the three
Michigan lines intact for the
NCAA's.
It was definitely a Michigan
year as far as the playoffs were
concerned. For the first time in
WCHA history all three Michigan
teams competed.
MSU Over Pioneers
Only Michigan State of the four
teams bould rise above its season's
finish. By virtue of their overtime
win in Saturday's consolation

game, the Spartans defeated Den-
ver in overtime, 4-3. The win over
the Pioneers snapped a nine-game
losing streak by Michigan State.
The Spartans also gained revenge
against the Pioneers who trounced
them twice at East Lansing.
* * *
Although the WCHA title is lost,
Michigan has taken the Big Ten
hockey championship for the sec-
ond' straight year.
Michigan's 4-0 record in the Big
Ten tops Michigan State's 3-4-1
record and Minnesota's 0-3-1 rec-
ord.
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TIES DISCHINGER:
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BLOOMINGTON ( P)-Indiana's
Jimmy Rayl collected 37 ' points
last night in a 104-92 victory over
Illinois and pulled into a tie with
idle Terry Dischinger of Purdue
for the Big Ten scoring lead.
Both players have 429 points in
13 games for 33 flat averages with
k one game apiece to play.
The slim 6-foot-2 Rayl hit 15
fielders in 25 shots and seven free
I throws without a miss. Coach
Branch McCracken pulled him
with three minutes to go and 32
points to his credit. Discovering
Rayl was within reach of the Big
Ten lead, Mac put him back and
he made a free throw and two
more fielders.
The Hoosiers tried to get an-
other basket for Rayl. In one se-
ries they passed to him three
times but he couldn't get open and
finally traveled.
Big Bill Burwell scored 27 points
for Illinois, 19 in the second half
after the Illini had trailed 56-35
at the intermission. Tom Bolyard
scored 22 for.Indiana.
Big Ten Standings
W L Pct. Pts. Opp.
Ohio State 12 1 .923 1119 886
Wisconsin 10 3 .769 1107 1067
Purdue 8 5 .615 1104 1080
Indiana 7 6 .538 1149 1172
Ilinois 6 7 .462 1129 1130
Iowa 6 7 .462 910 937
Minnesota 6 8 .429 1186 1204
Michigan 5 8 .385 965 1026
Northwestern 3 10 .231 892 998
Michigan State 3 11 .214 1033 1194
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GIRL TO TV STAR
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The teams went into the game
tied for fourth place in the con-
ference and Indiana took it over
exclusively with a 7-6 mark.

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