THE MICHIGAN DAILY
M' Survives Foul Trouble
To Dump Indiana,. 90-8
Harris, Cantrell Injured;
Buntin HitsSeason High, 36'
SCORE THREE PINS:
Grapplers Rally To Rout Bucks, 21-9
By DAVE GOOD
Coach Dave Strack nearly got
to clear his bench and send in the
reserves in Michigan's 90-86 bas-
ketball win over Indiana here yes-
terday, but not because he wanted
Strack was running out of reg-
ulars in the closing minutes of the
game when guard Doug Herner
and center Bill Buntin combined
for 10 points after the Hoosiers
had pulled into an 80-80 tie.
Buntin sent Michigan six points
ahead, 88-82, when he tipped in
his 36th point, but the Wolverines
couldn't cinch it until Herner sank
two free throws with just seven
seconds showing on the Yost Field
'M' Moves Up
Winning their fourth of seven
Big Ten games and 12th of 17 al-
together, the Wolverines passed
up the Hoosiers in the standings.
It was, Indiana's third straight
conference loss against three wins
and left Coach Branch McCrack-
en's team 7-9 for the season.
Strack knew he would be short-
handed before the game started.
Reserve forward John Oosterbaan,
the team's best shooter last year,
spent the afternoon taking law
aptitude exams, leaving the Wol-
verines with seven experienced
Harris, Cantrell Out
But when John Harris and Bob
Cantrell were injured late in the
first half, things went from bad
Harris, the 6'5" senior forward,
sprained his right' ankle in a
scramble for a rebound under In-
diana's basket with eight minutes
to go in the first half. It was
only the fourth game Harris had
started since recovering from
stretched tendons and a sprain of
his left ankle during the Yale
game in December.
It took Harris a month to get
over that one, but he has only a
week to prepare for the Ohio State
game here next Saturday.
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Less than a minute after Harris
was helped off the floor, guard
Bob Cantrell was decked when In-
diana center-forward Tom Bol-
yard smashed him in the mouth
with an elbow.
Cantrell returned to play out
the half after resting a minute
on the bench, but the 5t10" junior
was dazed all through the half-
time intermission and did not re-
turn to play. After the game he
was in good shape except for a
cut lip and skinned knee.
During the first half Cantrell
had scored only two points but did
a bang-up defensive job on Jimmy
Rayl, the Hoosiers' All-America
candidate, holding the skinny sen-
ior to only six field goal attempts
and 11 points in the half.
"I only wish I'd gotten to guard
him the whole game," Cantrell
commented after the game.
The duty of defensing Rayl in
the second half fell to Tom Lud-
wig, a 5'11" guard who had play-
ed in only five of Michigan's games
all year. Strack had four players
in foul trouble during the second
half-Buntin, Herner, Capt. Tom
Cole and Larry Tregoning .- so
Strack went with Ludwig, who
held Rayl to 15 points the second
Rayl's 26 points led Indiana, but
Strack was exhuberant over the
work of Cantrell and Ludwig. "We
were figuring him (Rayl) for 30
points. Thank goodness he didn't
get the 30," Strack commented.
"I think I made a mistake not
using Ludwig more in the non-
conference games. I trust him in
there," he added.
Despite all their foul trouble,
the Wolverines shot well enough
to keep up with Indiana from the
floor (44.6 per cent to 45 per cent).
Hits Best Output
Besides unti who counted a
personal best of 36 points with 17
of 31 field goal attempts and two
of three free throws, Michigan had
Cole (17 points), Herner (15) and
George Pomey (10) in double fig-
Buntin, still playing with his
right leg heavily taped as a pre-
cautionary measure, hit 18 points
in eac hhalf. It was the third time
this year he had topped 30 points
and raised his Big Ten scoring
average to 23.4 points.
McCracken pulled a switch when
he tried to play a straight man-to-
man defense on the 6'7", 232-lb.
Buntin. He used 6'42" Tom Van
Arsdale, one of the highly publi-
cized Indiana twins, with unspec-
tacular success throughout the
Buntin gobbled up high feed
passes to score six lay-ups, but he
had one of his best days with his
hook and jump shot, too. In addi-
tion, the big sophomore came off
with 20 rebounds, tops for both
teams, although Michigan com-
manded only a 55-49 rebound mar-
gin in the game.
"Frankly, we expected them to
use a zone," Strack explained.
"That's what we worked against
in practice. But maybe it was good
strategy for them to surprise us."
Buntin, who has been double-
and- triple-teamed nearly every,
time out, added wryly, "It sure is
more fun playing against the man-
Although the Wolverines led by
as much as 13 points, 68-55, mid-
way through the second half, they
had to play loose defense toward
the late stages to keep from foul-
ing out. Indiana, led by Rayl, Bol-
yard and the Van Arsdale twins,
Tom and Dick, closed fast.
Herner had just sunk two free
throws to put Michigan ahead, 84-
82, when Rayl missed his fourth
straight shot, a short jumper on a
drive along the baseline. Buntin
then hit on two free throws and a
tip-in, making it 88-82.
After two free throws from Tom
Van Arsdale and a jump shot from
Bolyard put the Hoosiers within
two, Rayl committed his fourth
personal foul and gave Herner
two more foul shots. The game
ended as Rayl blew a five-foot
jump shot, his fifth straight miss,
to wind up with a .mere 9-16 from
The Ohio State game next Sat-
urday will offer the Wolverines a
chance for revenge. They were
two-point victims at St. John's
Arena in Columbus last month
when Buntin fouled out with six
minutes to play.
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COUNTER - SURPRISE - Indiana Coach Branch McCracken
thought he'd surprise Michigan by putting Tom Van Arsdale man-
to-man on Bill Buntin yesterday (hooking over Van Arsdale,
above). Buntin had a few surprises of his own and racked the
Hoosiers with 36 points. Also shown are Tom Cole (31) and
Indiana's Tom Bolyard (45).
Wolverine Swimming Team
Opposes Wisconsin on .Road
By JIM BERGER
After losing the first three
matches, the Michigan wrestlers
scored three pins in the final five
contests to crunch Ohio State, 21-
9 yesterday, before a sizable crowd
at Yost Field House.
The people who remained after
the basketball game were not dis-
appointed as Michigan wrestlers
Lee Deitrick, Chris Stowell and
Jack Barden made a close contest
into a runaway.
Yesterday's victory was Michi-
gan's fourth straight Big Ten dual
meet victory without a defeat. The
Wolverines now have a 5-1 over-
The Buckeyes, rated to be one
of the weaker teams in the con-
ference, began yesterday with
three straight victories and had a
9-0 lead when Deitrick, Michigan's
147-pounder, came out on the mat.
After four minutes and 50 seconds
Michigan was only four points be-
hind ashDeitrick scored his first
fall of the season.
Wayne Miller, Michigan's 157-
pounder, won a 5-3 decision over
the Buckeyes' Jay Haas, and Rick
Bay easily defeated OSU's Norman
Nominee, 8-1. Thus the Wolverines
had an 11-9 lead, and the rout
Stowell wasted no time, pinning
his opponent, Harvey Stewart, and
for all purposes the meet was
over. Even if Barden was pinned,
Michigan would have had a 16-14
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Barden did just the opposite.
Michigan's heavy grappler quickly
got Ohio State's Tom Metzier in-
to a predicament and got two ex-
tra points for a near fall. Barden
was just about to end the meet
but time ran out in the first per-
The persistent Barden finally
stopped the match and the meet
at 4:03. Both Barden and Stowell
have now won two matches by
falls. Stowell's two pins were be-
fore the home crowd, his first be-
ing against Northwestern.
The Buckeyes showed strength
in the opening matches. Ohio's
123-pounder, Mike Berry, scored
three takedowns to defeat Michi-
gan's Carl Rhodes. A takedown and
an escape gave the Bucks' Gary Jo-
seph a 3-2 decision over Michigan
Captain Nick Armelagos at 130-
Dave Dozeman, Michigan's 137-
lb. wrestler, made some opening
mistakes and lost 9-4. In the later
minutes of the match Dozeman
appeared stronger than his oppen-
ent, Jim Piccioni, but Dozeman
needed a fall to win the match.
Deitrick's pin caused some dis-
pute from the Ohio State team.
The Big Ten has initiated a one-
second fall rule this season as an
experiment. The rule states that
if the opponent's shoulders touch
the mat for a minimum time of
one second, a fall is awarded. The
NCAA rule states the oppenent's
shoulders must be pinned for a
minimum of two seconds.
Michigan is sweeping throug:
its Conference competition. Th
closest meet was against North
western, which the Wolverine
won, 18-10. Michigan's next mee
will be next Saturday at Yos
Field House against Wisconsin.
123-lbs.-Berry (OSU) d. Rhodes
130-lbs.-Joseph (OSU) d. Arme-
lagos (M), 3-2.
137-lbs.-Piccioni (OsU) d. Doze-
man (M), 9-4.
147-lbs.-Deitriek (M) pinned
Eyster (OSU), 4:50.
157-lbs.-Miller (M) d. Haas (OSU),
167-lbs. - Bay (M) d. Nominee
177-bsStowell (M) pinned Stew-
art (OSU), 2:33.
Hwt.-Barden (M) pinned Met-
zier (OSU) 4:03.
Michigan's swimming team jour-
neys to Madison to meet Wiscon-
sin tomorrow night.
After edging the freshmen, 54-
51, in the annual Swim Gala Fri-
day night, the varsity will be using
the meet as a warm-up for the
upcoming Indiana, Ohio State and
Michigan State contests on the
next three weekends.
Wisconsin is no swimming pow-
er-the Badgers finished ninth in
the ,Big Ten last year-but this is
in part due to a lack of depth.
They do have some outstanding
For instance, they have fine
sprinters in Ron McDevitt and
Bill Birmingham. Both placed in
the conference meet, as did back-
stroker Tom Clothier.
The Badger 400-yd. freestyle re-
lay unit might also be capable of
giving their Blue counterparts
quite a race, finishing fourth com-
pared to the Wolverines' third in
the '62 Big Ten meet.
Most likely Michigan coach Gus
Stager will leave a few of his top-
flight swimmers here and permit
some of the younger ones to get
some experience under actual
The Ohio State squad, whom
the Wolverines run up against in
two weeks, recently swamped
coach John Hickman's Badgers by
a 65-38 score.
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