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March 18, 1962 - Image 9

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Skating Huskies Take First


'o The Daily

UTICA, N.Y. - Michigan Tech,
sparked by forwards John Ivan-
itz, Jerry Sullivan, and Louis An-
gotti, captured its first national
0 collegiate hockey championship
last night defeating Clarkson Tech
'-1 before a capacity crowd of
4,210 at Memorial Auditorium.
Ivanitz scored the "hat trick"
while Angotti and Sullivan each
scored twice. Clarkson's lone goal
at 19:42 of the first period was
scored by forward Paul LaPointe.
# The victory was Tech's 20th
straight and it was the Huskies'
29th win in their last 30 starts.
Fast Start.
Michigan Tech scored three
times in the first period and four
times in the last to demolish any
hopes the Golden Knights had of
winning. Ivanitz started it off
right from the beginning when he
skated in on the left wing to beat
Clarkson goalie Wayne Gibbons
with a shot from 20 feet at 0:38
seconds. A little more than five
,minutes later, Ivanitz scored his
second of the evening, which turn-
ed out to be the winning goal, at
At 9:26 of the first period, Hus-
Tech Tops
Bauman G Gibbons
Siger D Legari
Akreval PGrades
Sullivan C Maismith
Ivanitz W LaPointe
Rebellato W Lawlor
First Period Scoring: T-Ivanitz
(unassisted) 0:38; T-Ivanitz (Sulli-
van) 5:58; T-Sullvan (Merlo, Reb-
elato) 9:26; C-LaPointe (Petterson)
19:42. Penalties: C-Taylor (check-
in offensive zone) 9:40; T-Pallante
(elbowing) 13:33; T-Pallante (in-
terference) 18:33.,
Second Period Scoring: None.
r Penalties: C-Adams tripping) 1:32;
T-Merle (slashing) 6:56; T-Wim-
mer (elbowing) 10:12; T-Akervan
(ipterference) 12:04.
Third Period Scoring: T-Sullivan
(Ivanitz, Rebellato) 0:38; T-Ivanitz
(Rebellato, Sullivan) 4:53; T-Ang-
otti (unassisted) 6:14; T-Angotti
(unassisted) 1920. Penalties: T-
Segers (boarding)29:05; T-Pallante
(spearing) 10:52; T-Rebelato (hold-
ing) 16:55; T-Pallante (holding)
18:10; C-Schmeler (tripping) 18:17.
Scring by Periods:.
CLARKSON 1 0 0-1
Bauman (T) 11 13 15-39.
Gibbons (C) 916 12-37
LONDON (M-The 4-man Unit-
ed States team rounded off a 100
per cent triumph in Britain's first
major indoor track meet yester-
day on Wembley's new $28,000
wooden oval stadium.
The Americans competed in
eight events in the two-day meet
and won them all.
A crowd of 6,200 saw Gary Gub-
ner, 19-year-old shot putter from
New. York City, defeat European
record holder Arthur Rowe 'of
Britain a second time with a throw
of 62 feet, 5% inches. Rowe set a
European \indoor mark with 62
Cary Weisiger, the Marine from
Quantico, Va., won the 1,000 yards
in 2:13.3-1.9 seconds ahead of
Charlie Shillington of Britain.
Weisiger /streaked into a, long
lead early in the race-just as he
did in winning the mile Friday
night. He started the last of the
seven laps 30 yards ahead, but
then eased up and allowed his
British rival to close the gap.
Paul Winder of Pleasantville,
N.J., scored a victory in the. 60-
yard dash for the second straight
day. He was timed in 6.4 seconds.
Bill Johnson of College Park, Md.,
won the 60-yard hurdles in 7.5
seconds. Marcel Duriez of/ France
was second in the same time.
The two-day program carried
similar events each day. It was
designed to introduce indoor track
to British fans.

ky captain, Sullivan, smashed the
puck into the right corner of the
net to give the Huskies a three
goal margin. Clarkson's lone tally
was on a power-play.
Penalties Hurt
Michigan Tech was handicapped
by penalties in the second per-
iod and failed to score. But the
third period was a different story.
Angotti, who was later present-
ed with the award for the most
valuable player inthe tournament,
scored both his goals in this per-
iod unassisted.
Sullivan began the period by
tying two all-time Michigan Tech
records. His goal at 0:38 seconds
tied the records for most points in
a season and most goals in a sea-
son. He broke the point record
wher he assisted Ivanitz on his
"hat trick" goal at 4:53.
Angetti Scores
Angotti scored his first of the
evening when tIe circled in back
of the Clarkson net and slipped
it in the corner. His second goal
was scored while Clarkson for-
ward, Robert Taylor, was hanging
on to his back.
After the game, six Michigan
Tech players were named to the
two all-tournament teams. De-
fensemen Elov Seger and Henry
Akervall and Wings Ivanitz and
Angotti were named to the first
team. Goalie Gary Bauman and
Most Valuably
Hogue, 6-foot-9 240-pound Cin-
cinnati senior center, was voted
the most valuable. player tonight
in the NCAA Midwest Regional
Basketball Tournament
The selection was made by

Sullivan were named to the sec-
on team.
Michigan placed three players
on the first two teams. Captain
Red Berenson was named to the
first team, in addition to most
valuable player in the NCAA tour-
ney, while defenseman Don Rodg-
ers and captain-elect Larry Bab-
cock were named to the second
The first team goalie was Rich-
le Broadbelt of St. Lawrence. Oth-
er members of the second team
were defenseman Barry Wagner
and forward Harold Pettersen,
both of Clarkson.

RAPID RUSH-Michigan right wing Ron Coristine makes his
way past an opposing Michigan Tech defenseman in the Wol-
verines victory earlier in the season. Coristine helped Michigan
skate over St. Lawrence to win third place in the NCAAcham-

OSU, Bearcats, Reach Semi s

IOWA CITY (A')Versatile ,Jerry
Lucas shot top-ranked Ohio State
in the National Collegiate Basket-
ball Championship tournament by
powering the Buckeyes to a 74-64
conquest of third-ranked Ken-
tucky tonight.
The Buckeyes' victory in the
finals of the Mideast Regional.
Tournament was almost a repeat
of last year's regional tournament
finals in which Ohio State beat
Kentucky 87-74.
Ohio State now moves into the
four-team championship tourney
at Louisville, Ky., next week, meet-
ing Wake Forest in a first round
Lucas, three time All-America
selection for the Buckeyes, put on
a brilliant shooting and passing
performance. He pumped in 25
first ,half Points, including a
stretch in. which; he scored 15 in
a row for his team. The 6-8 senior
added 8 in the second half for
a total of 33, which made up for
his sub-par nine-point perform-
ance in the semifinals last night.
Lucas' shooting sent Ohio State
to a 41-37 halftime edge and the
Buckeyes quickly pulled safely in
front after the intermission, be-
hind the shooting of John Hay-
MANHATTAN, Kan. MP)-Mighty
Cincinnati won the NCAA Mid-
west Regional Basketball Cham-
pionship for a record fourth
straight year tonight, whipping
Basketball Scores
(Regional Finals)
Oi{State 74, Kentucky 64
Wake Forest 79, Villanova 69
Cincinnati 73, Colorado 46
UCLA 88, Oregon State 69
Michigan 5, St. Lawrence 1 (third)
Michigan Tech 7, Clarkson 1 (finals)
Prairie view, Tex. A&M 62, Westmin-
ster (Pa) 53

tenacious Colorado 73-46 behind Wake Forest's tournament-wise
the two new members of the de- veterans blew a 10-point lead but
fending national kings, sophomore came back in the second half to
Ron Bonham and Ron Wilson. whip Villanova 79-69 for the
Again it was a team effort of NCAA Eastern Regional Basket-
smooth floor play, brilliant de- ball Tournament tonight.
fense, and brutal board play, but Wake's Demon Deacons, extend-
sophomores Bonham and Wilson ed into overtime in two previous
did the game-breaking. tournament games, scrapped the
Bonham fired one jump shot usual script with a 9-point -out-
after another and scored 14 points burst during a furious three-
in the first half alone. minute span early in the second
COLLEGE' PARK, Md. (A') - period.
.Jones Wins Race Again
TOKYO (JP-John Uelses, the record-breaking effort of 16 4at
vaulting U.S. Marine, and New the Boston AAU games Feb. 4.
Zealand's Peter Snell, the world's Hurdler Hayes Jones, formerly
outdoor mile record holder, won of Eastern Michigan and now a
their specialties in ordinary fash- Detroit school teacher, won his 60-
ion yesterday in Japan's two-day yd. high hurdles heat in 7.3.
international indoor track and Ralph Boston of Tennessee
field championships. State, holder of the world broad
The 24-year-old Uelses, station- jumping record, also qualified for
ed at Quantico, Va., leaped 15feet, the hurdles final by winning his
1 inch, almost a foot short of his heat in 7.4.
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