THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE I~IICIHGAN DAILY SUNDAY,
Win on Scoring Spree
ond stanza. Michigan race-horsed
their way to ten straight points
before the Boilermakers could get
a field goal, and then, following a
second Purdue basket, bang-bang-
bang the Wolverines were off and
running to 22 straight points. And
it didn't come to an end before
Michigan was leading 56-39 with
6:43 to play.
The Blue snatched rebounds on
every cold Purdue shot, raced
down the floor for a quick two
points, and then began the cycle
all over again. Raced to death, the
G F R
3-6 0-0 2
1-9 2-4 12
4-16 0-4 17
8-18 2-5 7
6-21 3-4 4
0-0 0-0 1
0-2 2-3 9
0-2 0-0 1
0-4 0-2 3
0-0 0-0 0
0-0 0-0 0
22-78 9-22 63
Boilermakers couldn't break the
Wolverine point spree until Bobi
Purkhiser finally swished a long
one to break the Purdue drought.
Bill Jones, Purdue pivotman who
battled with Michigan's Bill Bun-
tin under the boards, picked up
his fourth foul with the score
knotted 37-37 and left the game
just before the Wolverines started
clicking the scoreboard. He came
back in with the score 56-37 and
promptly picked up his fifth of-
With Jones out and a 17-point
advantage the Wolverines coasted
in despite the efforts of a Boiler-
maker press, boosting the lead to
as much as 22 points with four
minutes to play.
Buntin, who picked up his third
foul at about the same time as
Jones did early in the second half
but escaped further calls, ended
up with 17 rebounds-equal to
Jbnes' total. The Wolverine soph
scored a like number of points.
But it was captain Tom Cole
who paced the Michigan offensive
machine, swishing 24 points while
grabbing 21 off the boards. Purk-
hiser led Purdue with 18 digits;
Mel Garland had 15.
Rebound totals were about even
(64-63, Michigan). The Wolverines
outhit their Lafayette hosts from
the field by scoring at a 60 per
cent clip to offset the first half--
finishing with a .380 mark. Pur-
due netted 28.2 per cent.
Individual notes: John Harris
left the game with a cut below the
left eye which was diagnosed as
not too serious. George Pomey
didn't play due to a sprained ankle
incurred in practice late last week;
his status is still doubtful.
W L Pct.
8 2 .800
8 2 .800
7 3 .700
7 4 .636
5 5 .500
5 5 .500
4 6 .400
4 6 .400
3 8 .273
1 11 .083
G F R P T
11.16 2-4 21 4 24
3-7 1-2 3 1 7
8-23 1-2 17 3 17
6-15 0-2 4 4 12
1-9 1-1 2 2 3
0-4 3-3 6 1 3
1-4 2-2 2 1 4
0-0 1-3 0 0 1
0-0 0-0 0 2 0
0-1 0-0 0 0 0
0-0 0-0 1 0 0
30-79 11-19 18 64 71
Michigan 71, Purdue 53
Illinois 89, Wisconsin 77
Ohio State 83, Iowa 70
Indiana 113, Michigan State 94
Northwestern 71, Minnesota 66
* * *
Duke 106, North Carolina 93
Navy 55, Army 48
Cincinnati 55, Tulsa 54
Texas 92, SMU 76
Loyola (Chi) 62, Houston 58
Bradley 64, Wichita 63
Louisville 61, Dayton 55 (ovt)
Kentucky 78, Auburn 59
Georgia Tech 66, Georgia 58 (ovt)
Tennessee 73, Alabama 60
NYU 76, St. Francis (NY) 62
Kansas State 62, Iowa State 50
Oklahoma 68, Missouri 67
Penn 82, Dartmouth 63
Pittsburgh 83, Penn State 67
Toledo 63, Marshall 58
Lafayette 98, Upsala 67
Fordham 57, St. John's (NY) 42
Princeton 74, Harvard 60
Maryland 69, Clemson 67
Miami (Fla) 99, Florida State 70
Wake Forest 81, South Carolina 74
Notre Dame 83, Detroit 79
Ball State 95, Indiana State 73
Butler 79, Evansville 74
Bowling Green 82, W. Michigan 75
Mississippi St. 99, Louisiana St. 64
Louisville 71, Dayton 55 (ovt)
Montreal 6, New York 3
Boston 4, Toronto 2
Chicago 3, Detroit 2
San Francisco 92, Chicago 88
Detroit 105, Cincinnati 102
San Francisco 92, Chicago 88
STATE LOSES, 19-8:
Michigan put itself in a top
position for the Big Ten wrestling
crown with a smashing, 19-8, win
over Michigan State before 2,500
fans yesterday at Yost Field
The Wolverines won their
seventh straight conference dual
meet without a defeat. It was the
second straight year Michigan de-
feated the arch-rival Spartans.
After losing the first match, the
Wolverines won the next five in
a row thus clinching the meet.
The Spartans won at 177-lbs. and
the heavyweight match was a tie.
Chris Stowell, Michigan's 167-
pounder scored his third fall of
the season. It was the only pin
of the afternoon.
The meet was closer than the
score indicates as four of the eight
matches were decided by one
point. Ralph Bahna was defeated
by State's Gary Smith, 2-1, at
123-lbs; Jim Keen defeated MSU's
Monte Byington at 147-lbs., 2-1;
Rick Bay defeated State's Happy
Fry, 3-2, at 157-lbs., and Wayne
Miller was defeated by MSU's Bob
In the other matches Dave
Dozeman did everything but
pin Michigan State's Okla John-
123-Ibs.-Smith (MSU) d. Bahna
130-lbs.-Dozeman (M) d. John-
son (MSU), 10-2.
137-lbs. - Wilcox (M) d. James
147-lbs.-Keen (M) d. Byington
157-bs.-Bay (M) d. Fry (MSU),
167-lbs.-Stowell (M) pinned Arch-
er (MSU), 6:15.
177-lbs.-Valcanoff (MSU) d. Mil-
ler (M), 2-1.
Hwt.-Barden (M) tied McLure
By BOB ZWINCK
Ohio State's defending NCAA
champions promised to provide a
cliff hanger, but the Buckeye's
also fell as the Wolverine tankers
took the final four events and a
The door to victory was opened
when sophomore Ed Bartsch out-
dueled OSU's L. B. Schafer in the
200-yd. backstroke. Although
Bartsch had never before broken
the two minute barrier, he held
off a last lap rally by Schafer for
a 1:58.9 clocking. The time set
both new pool and new varsity
records. Schafer holds the Ohio
State record of 1:58.8 in this
event but he finished four full
seconds behind Bartsch at 2:V.9.
Mike Reissing's third place
finish in the backstroke enabled
the "Wolverines to cut into the 12
point, 39-27, margin that the
Buckeye swimmers had accumu-
lated up to that point. But the
tide began to turn. Michigan pro-
ceeded to sweep both the 500-yd.
freestyle and the breaststroke and
then finish first in the freestyle
relay to pick up 24 points versus'
six for Ohio State in the last few
Roy Burry and Tom Dudley
finished 1-2 in the distance event
as Burry set a new varsity record
of 5:10.8. Dudley hurried quickly
into the lead while Burry battled
Buckeyes Orrin Nordstrom and
Auggie Shima on even terms.
But after the first 200 yds. Burry
forged into second place. Despite
Dudley's fast pace Burry hit the
turn after 425 yds. exactly even
with him and inched slowly ahead
from then on. But Dudley's 5:13.2
time was also better than the
previous varsity mark.
The triumph was actually
clinched in the 200-yd. breast-
stroke when Geza Bodolay and
Dick Nelson took the top spots
and provided Michigan with an in-
surmountable 49-44 lead.
Bodolay and Ohio State's Bruce
Norvell, a former high school state
champion breaststroker from Pon-
tiac, were never more than a few I328.2 points. Teammat
inches apart through 150 yds. But tella was runner-up.
Norvell slipped back somewhat and1 The Buckeyes also
Nelson passed him in the last 50 and second in both tb
to finish in 2:20.4, a mere .8 200-yd. freestyle event
seconds behind Bodolay's winning
Michigan's freestylers then came Fight a Dr
to life and fashioned a 3.21.2
clocking to win the 400-yd. free- LAS VEGAS ()-
style relay by two yards. of Nigeria retained
Three Victories middleweight boxing
Three ictories night, battling challe
The other three Blue victories Fullmier to a furious
came in the medley relay, the
50-yd. freestyle, won by Jim Riut-
ta, and the 200-yd. butterfly, an- Defending NCAA
other sweep by Jeff Moore and Medley record-holder
Jeff Longstreth. topped the field in his
Diving, as always, went to OSU. a 2:05.7 time to beat
Coach Mike Peppe's diving dynasty gan's Lanny Reppert
has produced 25 Big Ten cham- yards.
pions in the last 27 years. Last Next Saturday the
year's winner of both one-meter journey to Lansing1
and three-meter NCAA titles, Lou the Spartan tankers
Vitucci, finished in front with dual meet of the seas
Wolverines Splash by Buckeyes
e Juan Bo-
he 100- and
t by three
to take on
in the last
IM' Tankers Drop OSU,
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Bartsch, Nelson, Moore,
Berry); 2. Ohio State. Time-3:44.98.
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Donald-
son (OSU); 2. Nordstrom (OSU); 3.
Thrasher (M). Time-1:52.1.
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Riutta
(M); 2. Plain (OSU); 3. Burns (M).
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
1. Mull (OSU); 2. Reppert (M); 3.
Longstreth (M). Time-2:05.75.
DIVING-i. Vitucci (OSU); 2. Bo-
tella (OSU); 3. Boothman (M).
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Moore
(M); 2. Clark (OSU); 3. Longstreth
100-YD. FREESTYLE -- 1. Plain
(OSU); 2. Mull (OSU); 3. Riutta
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. Bartsch
(M); 2. Schaefer (OSU); 3. Reissing
(M). Time-1:58.94 (new pool and
500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Burry
(M); 2. Dudley (M); 3. Shima (OSU).
Time--5:10.8 (new varsity record).
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Bo-
dolay (M); 2. Nelson (M); 3. Norvell
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY -- 1.
Michigan (Burns, Reppert, Berry,
Thrasher); 2. Ohio State. Time-
Undermanned lcers Dumped 2-1
period did not dress for the con-
test. As a result, Michigan Coach;
Al Renfrew found himself with
only 12 players able to suit up.
"We made the decision to go
with two lines and four defense-
men," Renfrew said, explaining
why George. Forrest did not play.
"Of course we're only going to use
our most experienced players."
Four defensemen? But Michigan
had only two left-Don Rodgers
and Wayne Kartusch. Where did
Renfrew get the other two? He
broke up his three lines.
Dave Butts was moved up to the
first line with Gary Butler and
Wilkie .and Ron Coristine, John
McGonigal, and Jack Cole made
up the second unit.
This left Tom Pendlebury and
MICH. STATE MICHIGAN
Chandik G Gray
Musat D Pendlebury
Williams D Rodgers
Johnstone C Wilkie
Thomas W Butler
First Period Scoring: M-Wilkie
(Butts, Butler) 16:26. Penalties: M
--Babcock (interference) 5:45; MSU
-Hargreaves (highsticking) 13:11;
MS U-Muat (interference) 15:12;
M--Kartusch (holding) 18:26.
Second Period Scoring: MSU -
Roberts (Hargreaves, Doyle) 18:59.
Penalties: M-Babcock (illegal block-
ing) 5:52; MSU-Busat (tripping)
6:06; M-Butler (slashing) 9:13;
MSU-Johnstone (holding) 15:38.
Third Period Scoring: MSU-Rob-
erts (Ford, Jacobson) 3:02. Penal-
ties: M-Coristine (crosschecking)
5:32; MSU - Johnstone (roughing)
18:35; M-Cole (roughing) 18:35.
MICHIGAN 1 0 0-1
MSU 0 1 1-2
Gray (M) 6 11 9-26
Chandik (MSU) 9 10 17-36
captain Larry Babcock to serve
as defensemen, a position almost
entirely new to them.
The line changes seemed to
work for a while as the Wolverines
skated in the first period with
much more speed and their passes
were clicking. The hard work of
the lines paid off, finally, at
16:26 when Wilkie scored his goal.
The goal actually was of the
fluke variety. Wilkie let a hard
slapshot go from about 40 feet
in front of the net. As it began
to rise, a Spartan defenseman
batted it to the ice. Chandik had
been set to catch the high puck
and his effort to drop to the ice
to stop it after it was knocked
down was futile. The puck skit-
tered under his leg and into the
Throughout the game the Spar-
tans had chances on breakaways
but Bob Gray always managed to
make the big save. "He's a helluva
goalie," commented Renfrew.
"There's no doubt that he is the
big factor on our team. With Gray
in there, our whole spirit picks
up," Renfrew continued.
However, Gray let two get by
him, though he could be faulted
for neither. Roberts' first goal
'came on a pretty play by the
Spartans. Roberts was the third
man in on attack and after the
other two had skated their checks
out of the play, Roberts got the
puck and beat Gray on a sharp
wrist shot through the maze of
His second goal came when
Roberts shot around Babcock's
check. The puck ticked the post
on the short side and careened
into the net.
"It was a fluke goal," comment-
ed Renfrew. "But then so was
ours. The only clean goal was
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--Carmen X. Trepasso, Mgr.
Class of '36
of the Dascola Barbers
FIRST FEDERATION MEET:
Murray Wins Two-Mile Duel
By CHARLIE TOWLE
The first running of the Mich-
igan Indoor Federation Cham-
pionships was notable for two
items, the outstanding running of
Penn State's Howie Deardorff and
Michigan's Chris Murray in the
distance runs, and the number
of entries that participated, 396.
The most exciting event of the
evening was the two mile run.
From the start it was apparent
that the run would be a two-man
contest between Murray and Dick
Sharkey of the Michigan State
Sharkey in Lead
Sharkey started the race as if
he was running a half-mile in-
stead of two in an attempt to
pull Murray out, but the exper-
ienced Michigan distance man was
The Feds Are Coming
not about to lose his finish in the
Murray hung 25 yards back of
Sharkey never attempting to close
up the distance, but never letting
the ex-Detroit Redford star out
of his sights. After the half which
was turned in 2:10 Sharkey gave
up on his attempt to tire out
Murray and also started giving up
ground to him.
440 To Go
By the time the runners had
only a 440 to go Murray had push-
ed past Sharkey, but Sharkey was
not through yet. After allowing
Murray to build up a five yard
lead Sharkey started his kick to
the wire, and it took all the Mich-
igan man had to fight him off.
The time for the event was 9:15.3,
seven tenths of a second faster
than his time of last week, when
he ran all alone in 9:16.
Also repeating his performance
from last week was Deardorff,
who started the mile-run by
perching on Dave Hayes' shoulder
for two turns around Yost Field
House. This is somewhat akin to
having a vulture in the same posi-
tion and scared the4 Michigan
miler so much that he finished
third to Michigan's Jim Neahusen.
Deardorff left the rest of the
field behind after the quarter mile
and finished in 4:09.9. The time
probably would have been faster
if Deardorff wasn't forced to lap
so many of his fellow milers in
the last lap.
Also making a strong showing
was Michigan's captain Charlie
Aquino. Moving down to the 880
yard run from the thousand
Aquino showed that he is equally
strong in either of the middle dis-
tance events by turning in a
In the residence hall 880 relay,
an annual event about this time
of year in which quaddies demon-
strate how out of shape they can
get, Gomberg won in a time of
1:42.8. the outstanding runner
was John Rowser, a Freshman
basketball guard, who ran away
with his lap of the relay. The
fraternity entries, older and wiser,
didn't even show up; after all it
was Saturday night.
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BROAD JUMP: 1. Garrett (unat.);
2. Steffes (AATC); 3. Niles (M). Dis-
HIGH JUMP: 1. Ammerman (M),
Densham (unat.) tie; 3. Ring (un-
at.), McKoy (unat.) tie. Height -
POLE VAULT: 1. Overton (M); 2.
Hinkson (unat.); 3. Wells (unat.).
SHOT PUT: 1. Puce (M); 2. Soudek
(M); 3. Schmitt (M). Distance -
MILE RUN: 1. Deardorff (PS); 2.
Neahusen (M); 3. Hayes (M). Time
440-YD. DASH: 1. Romain (M); 2.
Newsome (Toledo Fr.); 3. Wright
65-YD. HIGHHURDLES: 1. Nut-
tall (M); 2. Grantham (PS); 3. Mc-
Koy (unat.). Time--:08.0.
1000-YD. RUN: 1. Lampman (PS);
2. Kelly (M); 3. Bedick (PS). Time-
RES. HALLS 880 RELAY: 1 .Gom-
berg; 2. Reeves; 3. Wenley. Time-
60-YD. DASH: 1. Amu (unat.); 2.
Reid (unat.); 3. Garrett (unat.)
600-YD. RUN: 1. Jarema (unat.);
2. Clasen (BGSUF); 3. 3enko (BG-
300-YD. DASH: 1. Amu (unat.); 2.
Hunter (M); 3. Reese (M). Time-
880-YD. RUN: 1. Aquino (M); 2.
Norde (unat.); 3. Casto (M). Time-
TWO-MILE RUN: 1. Murray (M);
2. Sharkey (unat.); 3. Mifsud (Sp.
65-YD. LOW HURDLES: 1. Mason
(M); 2. Grantham (PS); 3. Nuttall
ONE-MILE RELAY: 1. Michigan
(Romain, Malone, Reese, Aquino); 2.
Toledo; 3. AATC. Time-3:23.7.
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