THE MICHIGAN DAILY
enver Takes WCHA Title
s Michigan Overpowered
Clark, Divers Shine in L
Hoosiers Set Four Mar
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Personally eluding the entire
Michigan team,sthe sparkplug cen-
er took the puck behind the
Michigan goal and fed Walker
eautifully as he cut in from left
Denver's machine, held pretty
:uch in check for a period and a,
alf, then began to shift into high
ear and the Pioneers stretched
heir margain to 3-0 at 15:28.
Coyle 0 Kirkwood
Rodgers D Howe
Palenstein D Munro
Berenson C Masterson
Hinnegan W Beatty
Babcock W Walker
First Period Scoring -D=Duf-
fus (Williamson, Wilson) 16:51.
Penalties: D -- Howe (hooking)
Second Period Scoring-D-Walk-
er (Masterson) 5:02, D-Wlliam-
son (Howe, Wilson) 15:48.
Penalties: D-Williamson (hold-
ing) 6:36, M-Palensteln (charging)
Third Period Scoring-M--Kelly
(Palenstein, Babcock) 8:00; D-Art
Penalties: D-Munro (tripping)
7:54, M Wilson (tripping) 10:07,
M-Palenstein (holding) 12:03, D-
Munro (tripping) 12:38.
Coyle (M) 10 8 6 24
Kirkwood (D) 7 11 9 27
But the Wolverines, still fight-
ing, came out strong again in the
third period and only Kirkwood's
brilliance in the DU goal kept
The continued pressure paid off,
however, at 8:00, when Bill Kelly
took Babcock's pass directly in
front of the net and slapped the
disk off the post into the cage.
Shortly after, however, as the
Wolverines again pressed to get
back in the game, Michigan's old
bugaboo -penalties -- took their
toll. First, Tom Wilson was sent
off for tripping, and then Palen-
stein for holding.
The Wolverines warded off DU's
initial effort, but just before Wil-
son got back into action, Jon Art1
upped the count to 4-1. For all in-
tents and purposes this .put an
end to any Michigan dreams of an
'Quite a Team'
Michigan Coach Al Renfrew
called the Pioneers, "quite a hoc-
key team," which if anything,
seems to be an understatement.
But pointing out the fact that
the Wolverines had the same num-
ber of shots on goal as the Pion-
eers, he added, "I still feel we
can beat them," and tonight may
be the time.
HARRIED HURDLER-Bennie McRae (left) sails over a low hurdle just as teammate Dick Cephas
starts to clear his. McRae pulled away from the field to win the 65-yd. event, equaling the varsity
record of :07.4. Cephas, who had tied the mark last year; was an easy second in the Wolverine sweep.
McRae also doubled as the high hurdle winner by tying the meet record of :08.0.
BILL KELLY r
..scores lone Wolverine goal/
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tually on ice as Chet Jastremski
and John Roethke swept the 200-
yd. individual medley. As an added
attraction, Indiana freshman Tom
Stickles from San Mateo, Calif.,
swam an exhibition heat in'this
same event, setting a new unoffi-
cial American record of 2:03.0.
Troy Lowers Mark
Olympic gold medal winner
Mike Troy, holder of every ac-
knowledged butterfly record, low-
ered his own American' and NCAA
mark in the 200-yard event to
1:57.3, as he literally swam away
from the field.
Ron Clark of Michigan sur-
prisingly set the early pace in the
200-yd. breaststroke and went on
to lower his own official Ameri-
can and NCAA record of 2:17.6
(and Big Ten record of 2:17,4) to
a fantastic 2:15.9.
In the 440-yd. freestyle Somers
and Darnton went stroke for
stroke for 375 yards before the
Hoosier pulled ahead; his finish-
ing time of 4:23.7 was :00.8 sec-
onds better than the old NCAA
record set last year by Dennis
Rounsavelle of Southern Califor-
nia. Darton's time of 4:25.0 estab-
lished a new Michigan Varsity
Syracuse 115, Detroit 113 a
Boston 133, Philadelphia 128
Kentucky 77, UCLA 76
Colgate 80, Penn State 72
North Carolina state 63, Clemson 52
New York 99, Seattle 91
Princeton 99, Columbia 69
North Carolina 92,South Carolina 68
Penn 65, Cornell 58
George Washington 106, Richmond' 78
A high spot for the Wolve
in a dismal evening was the s
lative diving of Olympic '
Bob Webster and Ron Jaco.
ster won with an unusually
total of 338.6:
Michigan's third victory
in the 440-yard freestyle
in which Indiana finished
record 3:20.0 but was disqual
the Wolverines were clocke
In the 100-yard freestyle ]
Legacki charged to an early
but had trouble at the 50
turn and finished behind S
winning 49.4 and Verth.
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY -
Indiana (McKinney, Nakas
Troy, Verth). 2. Michigan.NTim
220-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Sint2
2. Darnton (M), 3. Somers (I).
50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Fitz
bon (I), 2. .Hebb (I), 3. Floden
200-YD. INDIVID. MEDLEY-
Jastremski (1), 2. Roethke (I
Wolf (M). Time:-2:04.0.
DIVING-1. Webster (M), 2.
(M), 3. Craddock (I). Points-3
(I), 2. Gillanders (M), 3. Brunell
Time-1:57.3. (New NCAA
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. S
(I), 2. Verth (I), 3. Legacki
Kinney (I), 2. Beaver (I), 3.
iola (M). Time-2:01.6.
440-YD aFREESTYLE-1. So
(I), 2. Darnton (M), 3. Dun
(M). Time-4:23.7 (New NCAA
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE -
Clark (M), 2. Jastremski (I), 3.1
asone (I). Time-2:15.9. (New N
and American Record).
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY
ichigan (MeQuire, Kleinschr
Thrasher, Legacki). 2. Indiana
qualified). Time-3 :23.5.
Tracksters Trample Spartans, 962/3=4413
By BRIAN MacCLOWRY
Sweeping to victory in 13 of 15
events while breaking one meet
record and tying two others in
the process, Michigan completely
overwhelmed Michigan State, 96 2/3
-441, last night in Yost Field-
The outmanned Spartans were
able to win the pole vault and
the two mile run, and it took a
new meet record by Bill Alcorn
to accomplish the former.
Alcorn won the pole vault at
a height of 13"7", breaking the
old meet mark of 13'6" set last
year by State's Mike Kleinhans.
But aside from Alcorn's per-
formance and Jerry Young's vic-
tory in the two mile run, the
meet belonged to the Wolverines.
Michigan's great duo of hurdler
Bennie McRae and sprinter Tom
Robinson both were' double win'
ners, setting one new meet record
and tying two others.
After zipping over the 65-yd.
high hurdles in :08.0, tying a
meet mark, McRae came back to
also capture the 65-yd. low hurdles
CAPTAIN AND COACH-Gymnastics Captain Rich Montpetit and
his Coach Newt Loken are engaged in animated conversation dur-
ing yesterday's meet with Minnesota won by Michigan, 78-34.
Montpetit is the leading scorer on the unbeaten team.
in the meet record time of :07.4.
McRae's low hurdle time was only
:01 over the national indoor re-
Wins the Sprints
Robinson, showing no ill effects
from his layoff after a post Olym-
plc tour, drew out after 30 yards
and easily won the 60yd. dash in
the meet tying time of :06.2. The
Big Ten sprint champion also
won the 300-yd. run but had to
stave off a challenge by Michigan
State sophomore Don Voorheis to
The expected close duel in the
broad jump" between the Wolver-
ines' Les Bird and Michigan
POLE VAULT: 1. Alcorn (MSU),
2. (tie) Overton (M)-Denhart (M)
-Dehenau (MSU). Height: 13'7".
(Breaks meet record of 13'6".)
HIGH JUMP: 1. Gerich (M), 2.
(tie) Cephas (M)-Peckham (MSU).
SHOT PUT: 1. Herrala (M), 2.
Kanicki (MSU), 3. Kumiega (MSU).
Distance : 48'2".
BROAD JUMP: 1. Bird (M), 2.
Akpata (MSU), 3. Roe (MSU). Dis-
60-YD. DASH: 1. Robinson (M), 2.
Voorheis (MSU), 3. Ford (MSU).
Time: :06.2. (Ties meet record.)
300-YD. DASH: 1. Robinson (M),
2. Voorheis (MSU), 3. Gregg (M).
440-YD. DASH: 1. Cercone (M), 2.
Reese (M), 3. Boyd (MSU). Time:
600-YD.. RUN: 1. Geist (M), 2.
Green (MSU), 3. Dickerson (M).
880-YD. RUN: 1. Aquino (M), 2.
Martin (M), 3. Humbarger (MSU).
1,000-YD. RUIN: 1. Schafer (M), 2.
Young (MSU). 3. Monk (M). Time:
ONE-MILE RUN: 1. Leps (M), 2.
Martin (M), 3. Ward (MSU). Time:
TWO-MILE RUN: 1. Young (MSU),
T. Wyman (M), 3. Ward (MSU).
65-YD. HIGH HURDLES: 1. McRae
(M), 2. Theiwell .(M), 3 . Mann
(MSU). Time: :08.0. (Ties meet rec-
65-YD. LOW HURDLES: 1. McRae
(M), 2. Cephas (M), 3. Williams (M).
Time: 07.4. (Breaks meet record of
:07.5; ties varsity record.)
ONE-MILE RELAY: 1. Michigan
(Chalfant, Gibson, Cercone, Leps),
2. MSU. Time: 3:21.7.
State's Sonny Akpata was just
that. After fouling on two jumps,j
both well over 24', Bird leaped 23'
6%" and then retired for the1
night, passing up his two final+
Akpata had only a 21'6" best
going into his final jump and Birdi
seemed assured of an easy vic-
tory. But the Michigan State star
almost turned the tables when he ;
leaped 23'5%", only % of-an-inch
below, Bird's winning mark. 1
Shotputter Wallace Herrala was+
a full three feet over his previousa
best mark- as he won the event
with a heave of 48'2". Ray Locke,+
the defending Big Ten outdoor!
shotput king, did not compete for
Michigan as the has not been
cleared for eligibility yet.
And sophomore high jumper
Jerry Gerich won his first event
in a Michigan uniform as he
cleared 6'312" to nose out team-
mate Dick Cephas and Michigan
NEW YORK (AP)-Valery Brumel
of Russia lvon the first round of
his head-to-head battle with John
Thomas by clearing 7'3" in the
high jump of the New York, Ath-
letic Clula's track meet last night.
Hayes Jones of Ypsilanti tied
the meet record of :07.1 in win-
ning the 60-yd. high hurdles.
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for second at 6'2".
Michigan's Olympic miler, Er-
gas Leps, who seems to ignore the
clock and runs only to win, turned
in one of his customary stretch
runs on the final lap to win the
event from teammate Dave Mar-
tin in a relatively slow 4:18.9.
After the meet Canham was all
smiles, as he ran down the list
of outstanding performances. He
termed McRae "better than he
ever was," and added that Her-
rala's performance in the shot
will give the Wolverines added
depth in the Big Ten indoor meet,
only two weeks away.
By GARY GUSSIN
Michigan's high-flying gymnasts
defeated Minnesota, 78-34, yester-
day afternoon in the I-M Build-
ing for their fifth consecutive
dual meet victory.
Coach Newt Loken's squad took
first place in every event to hand
the Gophers and Ralph Piper, Lo-
ken's gymnastics coach at Minne-
sota, an overwhelming defeat..
As usual, Captain Richard Mont-
petit led the Wolverines, taking
firsts on still rings and parallel
bars, plus a tie for first with
teammate Gil Larose in free exer-
cise, "and a second on the side
Veterans; Sophs Win
The other four events were
won by two veterans-Tom Oster-
land on the "Trampoline" and
Jim Brown in tumbling-and by
two sophomores-Larose 'on the
high 'bar and Lew Fenner on the
The continued good perform-
ances of the sophomores again
TRAMPOLINE-. Osterland (W),
92; 2. Fagerhaugh (G); 3. Brown
(W); 4. Gleason (G); 5. Erenburg
FREE EXERCISE-1.- (tie) Mont-
petit (W) and Larose (W), 89.5; 3.
Stone (G); 4. Spicer (W); 5. Moen
SIDE HORSE-I. Fenner (W), 87.5;
2. Montpetit (W); 3. Fritze (G); 4.
Hynds '(W); 5. Gleason (G).
HIGH BAR-l. Larose (W), 92.5;
2. Hynds (W); 3. Gleason (G); 4.
Wolf (G); 5. Montpetit (W).
PARALLEL BARS - 1.. Montpetit
(W), 92.5; 2. (tie) Larose (W) and
Hynds (W); 4. Stone (G); 5.
STILL RINGS-1. Montpetit (W),
92.5; 2. Schwarzkopf (G); 3. Larose
(W); 4. Bromund (W); 5. Kulen-
TUMBLING-I. Brown (W), 90.5
2. Gleason (G); 3. Spicer (W);
4. Moen (G); 5. Stone (G).
Key: (W)-Michigan (Wolverines);
The noblest Roman
of them all
- - --E
was a source of satisfaction to
Loken, as his team had been count-
ed "out of the Big Ten title race
before the season started because
of its lack of depth and experi-
Osterland, a top rebound tum-
bler, has shown continued im-
provement in tumbling, with his
89.5 performance in yesterday's
meet, though he was competing
"not-to-count," being only one
point behind Brown's winning
Coach Loken was not entirely
pleased with the team, despite
the overwhelming victory. As evi-
denced by the lower winning scores
in many events, the team suffered
a natural let-down after its "up-
set" victories over two of the na-
tion's top teams-Illinois and
Southern Illinois--last weekend.
Loken felt that "It's good we're
suffering a let-down now, when
we still have two weeks left be-
fore the Big Ten meet."
"We should have time to work,
back up to our peak by then," he
The Conference meet will be
held here in Ann Arbor March 3-4.
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