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1962 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ayl, Hoosiers

Too Much

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By JERRY KALISH
Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON-Despite a 29-
point scoring outburst by center
John Harris, Indiana and Jimmy
Rayl were too much to handle, as
the Hoosiers downed the Wolver-
ines, 86-77, here last night in I-U
Fieldhouse.
Rayl, who broke a Big Ten rec-
ord for consecutive free throws
during the game with nine, for a
32 three-game string, pumped in
34 points, and Tom Bolyard net-
ted 21.
Harris' performance, high for a
Michigan player this season, was
one more than Bob Cantrell's out-
put against Wisconsin Saturday.
Can't Decide
Both teams started out with a
zone defense, which Michigan
hasn't come across too much in
the Big Ten. Michigan switched
back to a man-to-man when In-
diana began to hit from the out-
side.
Indiana had a 12-point margin
at one time with the score 37-25
but the Wolverines fought back
with Harris' scoring outburst.
Rayl Too Much

Rayi, who is fighting Purdue's
Terry Dischinger for the confer-
ence scoring record, hit his first
basket with about ten minutes
gone in the game. The Indiana
stop Rayl from hitting and the
Hoosiers pulled away.
Michigan went back to the zone
defense at the beginning of the
second half but had to abandon
it as in the first.
Indiana outrebounded the Wol-
verines, 65-45, and outshot the
visitors, 43 per cent to 34 per cent.

hotshot was considerably off from
the floor in the first half, hitting
only five for 16, while Harris was
good on eight for 15.
Guard Gets Rebounds
Indiana outrebounded the Wol-
verines in the first half, as Ernie
Wilhoit, 6' guard, pulled down
seven to tie with Bob Brown, high
in that department.
The shooting of Tom Cole and
John Oosterbaan shot Michigan
into a 57-56 lead with 13:37 to
play.

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I.M CAGE ACTION:
Huber Beats Winchell;
Gomberg Tips Van Tyne

MICHIGAN
Brown
Cole
Harris
J. Hal
Cantrell
Oosterbaan
Herner
Schoenherr
Totals
INDIANA
Bolyard
C. Hall
Wilhoit
Rayl
Fairfield
Porter
Sparks
Bass
Granger
Totals
MICHIGAN
INDIANA

G F P
2 1-1 4,
2 4-5 3
11 7-10 2
4 7-10 4
3 0-0 4
6 0-1 3
1 0-0 1
0 0-0 1
2919-27 22
G F P
7 7-8 /2
1 0-1 5
6 0-0 4
9 16-18 3
0 0-1 3
0 0-0 0
3 2-2 2
4 1-2 1
0 0-0 1
30 26-3221
38 39-
43 43-

T
5
8
29
15
6
12
2
0
77
T
21
2
12
34
0
0
8
9
0
86
--77
-86

-Daily-Ed Lange,
HARRIS IN CONTROL-Michigan center John Harris, who picked
up 29 points last night against Indiana, grabs high for a re-.
bound against Michigan State earlier this winter. Thatis John
Oosterbaan (34) giving a hand. Number 35 is Spartan Lonnie
Sanders. \

FACE MINNESOTA SATURDAY:
Keen Praises M' Wrestlers

By GEORGE WHITE
Hot action on the hardwood,
keynoted IM Residence Hall bas-
ketball last night. Coming back to
the floor after a three week ab-
sence, both, A and B teams dis-
played their readiness in aggres-
sive ball.
In opening A ball, Gomberg took
the lead over Van Tyne on a
driving layup by forward Ron Mc-
Clease and never relinquished it.
McClease was floor leader for the
Gomberg offense and led his team
with 10 points. Although Van Tyne
with John Bock and George Rissu
controlled the boards, they were
unable to shake the ball-hawking
defense of the Gomberg five and
never seriously threatened. Bock
led the losers and held high total
for the game with 12 points. The
41-35 loss was Van Tyne's second.
Hottest Game
The hottest game of the busy
evening was the Huber-Winchell
contest, Huber coming out on top
55-33. With shades of the game
to follow, center Richard Horning
took the opening tip, wheeled and
arched in a 30-foot set shot.
Horning, one of the four starting
freshmen for the Huber crew, con-
tinued to prove throughout the
game that his first shot was no
fluke by dropping 18 more points
through. A majority of his field
goals came from the top of the
circle or deep in the corners.
Other bombing from the floor for
Huber came from forwards George
Skaff and Bob Wahl. Skaff and
Wahl cracked double figures with
10 and 12 points, respectively.
After being down 38-13 at the
half, Winchell attempted to move
by jumpshots by Paul Klunder
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Purdue 115, Notre Dame 90
Auburn 81, Tulane 64%
Kentucky 87, Vanderbilt 80
Duke 97, Virginia 71
Plattsburgh State 79, Potsdam 65
North Carolina 70, Maryland 67
Cincinnati 72, Bradley 57
Mississippi State 83, Georgia 74
Oklahoma 67, Kansas 66 (overtime)

and John Regenczil. Klunder end-
ed the game with 11 and Regenczii
with 10, but Winchell could man-
age little more trying to elude
Huber's sticky defense.
Cooley Wins
In late A action, Cooley edged
Wenley 44-42. High man for
Cooley was John Patton, who hit
all of his 16 points in the first
half. Former high school star Chris
Grodzicki lofted 14 points through
the hoop for the losers.
Other tight action was Kelsey
over Michigan 41-40 and Scott
over Taylor 32-26.
In B action Scott edged Greene
36-30. Taylor was knocked off by
Winchell in a close battle, 36-31.
Kelsey dumped Michigan 36-27 in
late action, and in the final game
of the night. Gomberg trounced
Lloyd 49-27.
I-M Scores
A BASKETBALL
Anderson 54, Hayden 46
Chicago 63, Adams 30
Reeves 60, Williams 32
Allen Rumsey 29, Greene 19
B4BASKETBALL
Adams 45, Cooley 25
Reeves 33, Van Tyne 15
Huber 46, Allen Ramsey 11
Strauss 28, Chicago 19
Wenley 53, Hayden 47
INDEPENDENTS
Fletcher 88, Linden-Lebers 21
Nakamura 40, Pioneers 27

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By ROY PRAZIER
"It was a great team effort on
every man's part 'that beat Michi-
gan State,,' Coach Cliff Keen said,1
referring to Michigan's 14-11 vic-
tory atEast Lansing last Saturday.
Keen was especially pleased
with the performances of Jack
Barden, Jim Keen, and Wayne,
Miller. After two losses and a tie,
Keen in a superlative effort de-
cisioned MSU's David James, 7-6,
on riding time for his best win of
the season. With extremely tough'
competition in Happy Fry, Miller
also gained a close 7-6 decision in
a top performance.'

against Fritz Kellerman and Don
Corriere and victories in the rest,"
said Keen. "They planned to wind
the meet up with their big heavy-
weight John Baum."
Spartan Tom Mulder succeeded
in tying 137-lb. Kellermann, but
Corriere decisioned John 'McCray,
2-0, at 167 lbs.
Gary Wilcox strayed from his
winning .path with a defeat at the
hands of Bill Gucciardo at 130 lbs&
Michigan State's loss certainly
didn't enliven its second annual
homnecoming for former Spartan
wrestlers, which was held the day
of the meet.
Teams Bunched
"Michigan State has a great
deal of talent and should be tough
competition at the Big Ten Cham-
pionships," Keen said. "This is one
of the few years since I have been
coaching that the teams in the Big

Ten have been so closely matched.
One could find a championship for
each one of them." Unfortunately
there will only be one champion.
Three or four years ago the situ-
ation was very similar. Minnesota,
Iowa, Michigan State, and Michi-
gan waged an open battle for the
title. At first, fans and coaches
thought Iowa would win, but ear-
ly meets showed Michigan was
doing very well. Then the cry was
to beat Michigan. However, in the
background, Minnesota kept win-
ning and improving while atten-
tion was focused on the other
three. In the championships, Min-
nesota took first while Michigan
was only four points behind - in
fourth.
Minnesota will bring a strong
team here this coming Saturday
at Yost Field House. After the
meet Michigan will hold its an-
nual Wrestling Homecoming with
a banquet at the Michigan League.

" 10 tonsorial artists
" No waiting
- Try -
The Dascola Barbers
near Michigan Theatre

us
Ke
Ba
m
to

arden cinched the meet for
ith his decision," commented
.. With the score 11-8, 177-lb.
en faced Alex Valcanoff and
ean escape in the final period

=Defensive
working for

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McGre or:'No Rinky-Dinks
For U.S. B-Ball Teams'

SAN FRANCISCO W-P-Outspok-
en Jim McGregor, who has coach-
ed basketbal teams for seven for-
eign nations, declared yesterday,
"If the United States sends AAU
rinky dinks to the World Tourna-
ment, there is going to be anoth-
er~ disaster."
-McGregor, of Portland, Ore.,
who attended Southern California,
currently coaches a Peruvian na-
tional team on tour in the United
States.
He favors the NCAA-backed
plan of'a new national basketball
federation to represent the Unit-
ed' States in international compe-
tition instead of that power re-
maining with the AAU.
McGregor, 40, told the Northern

California Basketball Writers As-
sociation that the AAU allowed the
world championships at Manila to
be set for next December "so we
would have to send an AAU team."
At that time, he asserted, col-
lege players are busy in school and
playing itercollegiate schedules.

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