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Pittsburgh 8, Baltimore 3 x-Boston
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Philadelphia 4, Milwaukee 0 Syracuse
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ports Editorre alive at that point and rained on a power play goal with just By CLIFF MARKS Chicago (AL) 3 Cincinnati 6
SpecialftoeThehDtl out any dreams of a Michigan up- W-Baumann, L-Monroe.s (NL)
shot after shot on Michigan goalie seconds remaining in the first per- special to The Daily set. Bellamy scored 14 of his 28 w-alaC.y LoAnle.
OLIS - Sparked' by Dave Butts. -od. Joe Lunghamer crossed the Big Walter Bellamy and his In- markers during the first half. HaCiLo Angele (
-goal performance by Somehow, he weathered the on- Minnesota blue line and floated a diana teammates were too big and Early Lead ay , .
le, Minnesota held slaught of the Gopher's power- pass toward the goal. The puck too fast for Michigan last night as After Indiana Jumped to its early Wsturdivant. Kansityh 5 Toronto
a 3-3 tie here last play, but less than a minute later ,passed through a maze of sticks A.............the Wolverines droppedthe season 13-3 lead, Michigan slowly tried Los Angeles (AL) 8, Chicago (NL) 'B' Chicago
5883 fans in Williams when Constantine set up Mahle before Dale MacDonald guided it.closer, 82-67, despite winning the to come back, twice getting within 3 Detroit
sn front ontthe net. Tthemnne3 o dBereaon's capablestick. second half 44-36. three points, the last time at 18- W-Harshman. L-Morehead., New York
mbined with their 3-1 sota Junior drilled it home from Standing at the corner of the Michigan finished with a 2-12 15. The Hoosiers then broke out Chicago (NL) 8, Boston 1 Boston
ay night, enabled the about 15 feet out. net, the redhead slipped the puck Big Ten record (6-18 overall), los- again, but Tom Cole hit on a layup W-Cardwe. L-Monbouquette.
win the WCHA play- Itwas the same story midway past the helpless Larson. ing to the Hoosiers in the first and to narrow the gap to 22-18.
in the third period. Michigan was But then Mahle and Constan- last conferences games. Michigan never threatened after
s victory means that sloppy in clearing the puck from tine took over, and Michigan hopes.. . . .The cellar-dwelling Wolverines that. The Hoosiers connected for
will almost certainly its own zone and Constantine of a trip to Denver next weekend te were in contention only brieflyiin five straight points, Cole hit a free DfING IT TIE HARD W
th first half as Bellamy led a throw, but the winners then ex- DOING IT THE £RLAZUI }
from a coach's com- picked off an errant Wolverine faded, powerful fast break attack which o, for 15 innarsctt
pass. After the game Michigan Coach r ak k h ed for 15 in a row. Scott (GETT/NG R/D OF DANDRUFF, THi
BULLETIN Constantine set up Mahie Al Renfrew commented "Minne- almost blew Michigan out of the Maentz finally ended the seven
local fedhusadone-half min utey drught with
8, Michigan Tech 2 was Mahle once again-all alone sota didn't miss an opportunity. elayFu s he and -oerhto maete creg 42
rins WCHA playoffs in front ,of the Michigan net. They capitalized on every break."'Bellam y2Fins d a220-footer to make the score 42-
to 3 for Michigan The Gopher ace was so isolated He added, "Tonight's game was LARRY BABCOCK ellamy had 2 is and 33
rebounds to end his fabulous 3- The Wolverines ere cold from "
that he actually fumbled with the a far better one than last night's." ... losing effort year career with a flourish, setting the fiel, ht onl .30 w.224ri
puck for a few seconds before - the Big Ten rebound record. An- the first half. Their .548 record
bling it along with sliding it into an open corner of AT MILWAUKEE JOURNAL GAMES: other Indiana senior, Gary Long, from the foul line also left much..
represent the WCHA the net. Once again, Butts didn't wound up his collegiate playing to be desired.
k's NCAA playoffs at have a chance. days by pumping in 14 points, and Ma Shots
Now trailing in the game 3-2, I' i n s 2w7 IVi le R ela " c - in addtion played another exrndianas.323sh ngperen
-1 at the start of the and in the series 6-3, the Woler- y'7 cellent floor game. age from the floor wasn't too
Wolverines were able ines kept right on fighting, and John Tidwell led Michigan with much better than Michigan's, but
he gap to 4-3 at the t eir hard work paid off athehe 19 points to wind up his three |a tremendous 95-57 rebound ad-
first period. But then 13:06 mark. Larry Babcock rifled ones O ut R uns M c Iae years with 1,386 total points, an vantage allowed them to take 16
i by Ron Constantine a shot at the Minnesota goal only all-time record that may stand more shots than the lowly Wolver-
tion, to have it hit teammate Tom Special to The Daily for several years. The senior cap- ines.
7 mark of the second Pendlebury and bounce right' back MIWAUKEE-Buried amid a breaking performance in the B g tam surprised the partisan crowd
Wolverines' Tom Wil- on his stick individa Ten indoor 440-yd. dash last week by shooting his free throws left- Dwellers
a penalty for cross- barrage of new individual records, handed for the first time, but his
Babcock's second -sht missed Mcia' w-ierlyta end, this time sped to a new haddfrtefrssie u i
Michigan's two-mile relay team Games record in the 600-d. run change did not prove too success- MICHIGAN G F P T
Hers seemed to come ot Pendlebury a the pr srt to victory last t at with a clocking of 1:10.9 ful as he completed only three of Hg 2-3 -y6
tcoefectly-screened Minnesota goalie the Milwaukee Journal Games. Tetm Maee~h Mlakeeet1zri3 fom hech6it easiCoer 3-minutesway for mDen:
ThetienbttredthvMiwakeechtridaromthachr-3r in.iCle6 -6 4 7 Megtrdorebrasn adrf aya -
PSt a Tie and gave Michigan a 3-3 tie. Charles Aquino, Walt Shaefer, mark of 1:11.5 set by Kerr last Cole Helps Tidwel8 3 9FI Men, get rid of embarrassing dandruff easy a ther
Michigan was handicapped by Dave Martin and Ergas Leps corn- year. Michigan State freshman Sophomore Tom Cole added 17 Hall 4 2-4 2 1T just 3 minutes one rubbing, one la
Pos.MINNESOTA penalties throughout the game, bined to give the WOlveries their John Parker finished fourth points to the Wolverine score and Brown 1 0-0 5 2 rinsing), every trace of dandruff,, grime, gummy a
binarto gve the Woveri0es-teir 0otonickegoesnirightfdown. thetsdrain!eWYourrhaircolooks
G Larnne and especially in the third period only victory in two nights of com- A capacity crowd of 11,523 in addition played a magnificent oeherr o o-31 o tonic goes right down the drain! Your hair looks
D Constantine when on six different occasions peting against the best trackmen watched. as Kerr, former Illinois game under the boards against the Eveland o 3-4 1 3
C smith Wolverine players were sent to in the nation. The time was 7:42.8. star, and Ernie Cunliffe engaged inspired Bellamy. Totals 2511-31 23 67 tingles, feels so refresh
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W Norman the, penalty box. Records fell like spring rain as in a bristling duel in the 1,000. As Bellamy's 33 rebounds not only INDIANA G F PTSH andruffR
RIOD-Scoring: Westby By virtue of some fine goal- George Kerr, Hayes Jones, and usual Cunliffe raced to the front extended his school record of 28, Bolyard 3 3-6 2 9 ASHPOs very w
t) 2:22; Babcock (Rodg- tending by Butts, and some out- Purdue's Dave Mills all bettered in the early stages, but Kerr over- but gave him the 1961 Big Ten Hlall3 1-1. 3 7A N M po d and
Berenson (MacDonald, standing defensive work by Butch meet records. Kerr's time of 2:08.1 hauled him with a half lap to go championship in that department Long 1 8-15 r H28AMPE ' Keep your hair and
19:30.n Penalties:b Rodg-t g pi tatdeatmnt Ln 7 0-14 414 SHAMPOO ~j~jreally clean, dandruff -
S19:30. Penaltes: Rod- Nielsen the Gophers somehow did in the 1,000-yd. run also bettered and went on to win by eight yards. He passed Ohio State's Jerry Lu- Bass 7 4-4 0 is
ence10: Macoald N iesenteGopher lomehow.didthe existing world record of 21:08.2 Kerr's time, although bettering cas only yesterday for the title. Porter 1 2-3 4
arooks (tooeany e - n ota isr power p g set in 1952 by Don Gehrmann. the existing world record for The The game turned into a ragged avy
In total, Michigan picked up 11 It was1ichigan's Bennie McRae distancewas still two-tenths of a run and shoot affair in the last llboit 0 0-- 0 0
It- _ an dsanesii aa.. ~eRayl -0 0-2 4 0 .
ERIOD-Scoring: Male penalties while: Minnesota had who pushed Jones to his Games second behind the pending world ten minutes as Michigan fought Altman 1 0-0 1 2
e) 5:27. Penalties: Wil- only five. mark of :05.9 in the 50-yd. high mark set by Cunliffe earlier this back desperately to make the score Fairgield o-o0 1 0
eeking) 2:37; Meredith Minnesota had' opened the scor- hurdles. The time also equals the season, a little more respectable.
ngPeio at the 2:22 mark of the first ld indoor record for the dis- Bruce Kidd, the 18 - year - old The first half was all Indiana Prickett 0o-0 0 0
PERIOD - scoring: period when Jerry Westby finish- tance. high school sensation from Toron- as the Hoosiers hit on their first Totals 32 18-33 21 82
le (Constantine) 10:10, ed off a pretty three-man pass . McRae stayed stride for stride to, was the darling of the fans seven shots en route to rolling up
>ck (Pendebury) 13:06. play by blasting home a short with Jones for the first 20 yards last night as he sprinted to the a 46-23 halftime lead. Working
ensin (chargipping) drive from point-blank range, but then the former Eaistern Mich- front and never looked back in their fast break almost to perfec- (Athor of I as a Teen-age D
le (high-stcking) 5:16; Babcock had opened the scor- igan star slowly inched ahead to winning the two-mile run in tion, the speedy Hoosiers wiped 1KDAEN
R (charging) 5:55; M- ing for Michigan with 14:06 gone edge him by a stride-and-half at 8:59.2. Kidd, who Friday night
holding) 16:06; Minn.-- in the first period. He poked the the tape. finished second in the Chicago
(Iterfeenc) ,1:4;M puck around a Minnesota defense- It marked the second time in mile'to Hungary's Istavan Rozsa- KEEP AHEAD SPRINO VACATION
(holding) 19:41. man and when Minnesota goalie, two nights that Jones has narrow- volgyi, won by some 50 yards over "LOVE IN REVERS
Mike Larson moved to cover the ly defeated McRae. Friday night Jerry Ashmore of Western Mich- OF YOU R H AIR !
n.) 9 6 1 22 near corner of the Aet, he whistled in the Chicago Relays he had igan.
9 19 21 49 a thirty-footer into the far car- beaten McRae in the 65-yd. highs - NO WAITING Come to the They met. His heart leapt. "I love you," h
Periods: a o I s errc in :07.1. Final0 11 HAIRSTYLISTS ULLR Ski Club Meetng"Me, toohey,"she cried.
1 31< Michigan then took a 2-1 lead Mills, fresh from his record- . r"Headquarters for Collegians "Tellmehe cried, "are you a girl of
lg Ten Standings DASCOLA BATRBERS c 4"No, hey," she cried, "I am a girl of simp
Pct.NerMh: 30 Rm. 3G Union "Ge a,"he cried, "for y cruel father sen
YBA ACTION: Ohio State 14 0 1.000 Near Michigan Theatre barely large enough to support life."
Iowa 10 4 .714 "Money does not matter to me," she crie
Indaue 104 .571 simple, my wants are few. Just take me rid
ontreal Do ns Boston, 7-5 Inos s obe he ied t
Mlinnesot8 6 .571oodbye,"hcried, and ran awayas fast
Wisconsin 4 10 286 legs could carry him, for he had no convertibl
e Asociated Press BMichigan' State 312 buy one, nor the means to get the money, sho
AL Berne (Boom Boston 126, Syracuse 118 to lead the Lakers. Teammate Michigan 2zy
FraBernie (Boom4 stingy father felbyot heake.adsaig
frion scored his 47th BOSTON-The Boston Celtics, Frank Selvy got 24 before foulingBalnwahemuby tth is kle but lyin
oarls o d he Nationa forced to get serious by a late out with six minutes left. Big Ten Basketball fell out.
ols of the National urdue 88, Wisconsin 1 He knew he must forget this girl but, lying
~ue easn lat nghtSyracuse surge, beat the Nats 126-
gu season last night yeserday for their sixth St. Louis 130, Philadelphia 87 Iowa 63, Northwestern 62 dormitory, whimpering and moaning, he k
itreal (Canadiens beat 16ysedyfrtersxhOi 3 otwsens egg
Bruins 7-5 s straight victory behind the basket- ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Ohio State 95, Illinois 66 At last an idea came to him:lthough he did
ball artistry of Bill Russell,' Sam Hawks celebrated Cliff Hagen to buy a convertible, perhaps he had en
goals left Geoffrion Jones and Tommy Heinsohn. Night with a season-ending 130- cop erb, ersheaenq
rt of retired Maurice T heC s the e d frr87 humilation of the Philadelphia Z NDECLLTEbATnChArus etn oa
on.rd' TheBordoer5hasoas early in the second quater :Warriors last night, holding Wilt /a mileHEAT C I N Sand rwitdmany aaughndertberor
on. The Boomer has as they outscored the visitors 11-2 Chamberlain to only 17 points. OLDSMOBILE _am iteand with many a laugh and cheer d
left to play.-to:move out to a 50-42 advantage. It was the second lowest full- up te girl.
hard, playing his best Frank Ramsey contributed five game effort in the career of' the and G.M.C. TRUCKS
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