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Trounce Purdue;

Tankers Overpower MSU
Wolverine Depth Stuns Spartans, 6312-4112

'M' Tops Boilermakers, 103-84;
Dardin Leads Assault with 27

By GIL SAMBERG
Oh O!
Oliver Darden put all of his 230
pounds into it yesterday afternoon
and emerged from Michigan's
103-84 victory over Purdue as the
game's high scorer (27) and re-
bounder (18), in a battle which
threatened to become the first
college basketball rain-out of the
year.
It was a game for which one
of the referees did not show until
ten minutes before starting time,
and where there were enough
leaks in good old Yost Field
House's' roof to turn the duel on
the court below into a small water
circus.
Famous Last Words
"We thought we'd give them the
outside shots. and concentrate on
Russell and Buntin under the
boards," said Boilermaker coach
Ray Eddy after the game in a
great display of famous-last-
wordmanship.
But the combined sets and
jumpers of Darden, George Pomey,
and Larry Tregoning neatly tuck-
ed that theory into the circular
file.
By halftime the score was 51-38,
and while Darden and Pomey had
17 and 12 points respectively,
Cazzie Russell had only eight.
Russell did not pick up his first
points until the 9:47 mark, and
hit on only four of 18 field goal
attempts for the half. His 18
points for the night marked the
first time that he has picked up
less than 20 since the Missouri
game of Dec. 7.
Season's Second Century
After Jim Meyers had brought
the Wolverines' total to 99 with
1:12 to go in the game, it took
the Blue just 29 seconds to shat-
ter the 100 mark, as John Thomp-
son took the ball out, dribbled up
court, and hit on a jumper from
the top of the circle. It was
Thompson again who tossed in
Michigan's final basket 19 seconds
later.
Eddy attributed the loss in part
to his team's non-aggressive de-
fense. "We had to use a zone." he

explained. "Let's face it, we
couldn't have played them man-
to-man. And the zone was too
slow. Michigan's outshooting was
terrific."
From the very outset it seemed
that way. Darden opened up Mich-
igan's scoring with a jumper, fol-
lowed soon after by Pomey's 30-
foot set shot. Darden came back
with another jumper, a free throw,
and a tip-in after three missed
attempts by his teammates.
'O' Again
A minute later, in quick suc-
cession, Darden hit on another
jump from the corner, Buntin tip-
ped one in, and then swished on
his roundhouse hook.
It was then that Tregoning col-
lected three personal fouls within
43 seconds, the last one while
coming down with a rebound and
three Boilermakers. A short time
later one of the referees directed
the scorers to wipe the foul off
the books. Tregoning was charged
with another infraction before the,
half was over, and picked up what
would have been his fifth with
only 1:09 gone in the second half.
Flying Dunk
Towards the middle of the first

stanza Russell took a jumper from!
the corner and, as it popped off
the rim, Darden came flying out'
of nowhere to smash the ball down
through the hoop, bringing the
crowd of 5700 to its feet.
Buntin put on a similar display
at the 15 minute mark of thej
second half, as he stole a Purdue.
pass and tore the cords with a
"Wolverine Special."
Michigan used a combination of
defenses yesterday, switching from
a 3-2 zone press to a standard
zone to man-to-man during the
battle. Darden and Buntin dom-
inated the boards, picking up 35
rebounds between them.
Board Control
As a team, the Blue picked offE
69 rebounds, 40 in the second
half, as compared to Purdue's 49,
24 in the final period.
The Boilermakers' top scorer,
Dave Schellhase, contributed only
15 points for the game, falling
victim' to Buntin's presence.
Michigan's big center stuffedl
three of Schellhase's shots during
the contest. "After awhile, every-
time Dave heard the patter of
Buntin's feet behind him, he be-
gan to think twice about shoot-
ing," said Eddy.
Darden came through also, by
stuffing one of 6'9" Tom Nei-
meier's ;jumpers.
Yanks Big Three
Michigan Coach Dave Strack
could afford to yank his Big Three
-Russell, Buntin and Darden-
with 2:47 to go in the game.
As for the Big Ten race in gen-
eral, "Michigan has it sewed up,"
said Eddy flatly. "Any team that
can play like that has to win it."
Michigan continues in its sole
possession of first place with its
unblemished 3-0 record.
Next Week
"We look forward to seeing
Michigan next week," concluded
the Purdue coach with the trace
of a smile on his face.
But before the Blue have to
take on Purdue again next Satur-
day, -this time at Lafayette, they
will take up their traditional
rivalry with Michigan State's
Spartans at East Lansing on
Tuesday night.

By JIM LaSOVAGE
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
tankers traveled to the home of
the Michigan State Spartans yes-
terday to face the challenge of
one of the Big Ten's strongest
outfits, and met the challenge
with a sound 631/2-411/2 victory.
In disposing of the threat, the
Wolverines collected seven firsts
and eight seconds, limiting State
to just four firsts and three sec-
ond places. During the course of
the afternoon, pool records were
set in all but two events-the
200-yard butterfly and the 200-
yard individual medley-in MSU's
Men's Intramural Pool. Also, every
swimming event saw a new Mich-
igan-MSU dual meet record es-
tablished.
Takes Two
Carl Robie was Michigan's only
double winner in individual races,
finishing first in the 200-yard in-
dividual medley and the 200-yard
butterfly. John Vry finished be-
hind him in the IM, with State's
'captain, Dick Gretzinger, finish-
ing third. However, in the butter-
fly, Terry Hagan and Gretzinger
took the second and third place
points for the Spartans. Robie's
effort in the IM race was a new
varsity record.
Michigan also placed one-two in
the 200-yard breaststroke, with
Paul Scheerer winning in a time
of 2:13.7. Again it was Vry pick-
ing up three points for a second.
Scheerer also participated on
the 400-yard medley relay team
with Ed Bartsch, Tom O'Malley
and Howie Brundage, which fin-
ished ahead of the Spartans in a
3:39.9 clocking.

A real race developed in the 50-1
yard freestyle sprint which saw
Michigan's Bill Groft emerge as
winner in a varsity record time of
:21.3. State's Gary Dilley and
Darryle Kifer finished second and
third, and Bob Hoag took the
fourth for the Maize and Blue-
only :00.7 seconds behind Groft.

Wolverine varsity record. Groft Hill's 2:05.4 timing was :00.1
and MSU's Jim MacMillan were faster than Kingery's.
both timed at :48.1, but the sec- The team now will begin prac-
ond was awarded by the judge to tice for a home meet with Minne-
Michigan. Again, the fourth place sota a week from next Saturday
finisher was extremely close, as and the big meet with Indiana a

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Hoag fared better in
yard variation, finishing
a :47.8 clocking which

the 100-
first with
ties the

IKifer was clocked at :48.3.
Boothman Back
Coach Dick Kimball's diving'
entries, Ed Boothman and Bruce
Brown, captured another one-two
for Michigan. Boothman, who has
only been practicing for two weeks
now, finished first with a total of
305.3 points in his first meet this
season.
Michigan State's best perform-
ance of the day was turned in by
sophomore Ken Walsh, who nailed
firsts in the 200- and 500-yard
freestyle events, while Michigan's
Bill Farley swam second in both.
MacMillan finished third in the
200-yarder and Dennis Hill was
third in the 500.
Still Looking
Walsh, along with Kifer, Mac-
Millan and Dilley, was also on the
first place 400-yard freestyle re-
lay team. Wolverine coach Gus
Stager is still looking for the right
combination in this event, and
swam Rees Orland, Lanny Rep-
pert, Tom Schwarten and Rich
Walls, who were timed four sec-
onds behind State.
Olympian Dilley took MSU's
other first in the 200-yard back-
stroke, finishing ahead of Bartsch
by :01.6 seconds. Russ Kingery
split the third place point with
State's Hill, as the judges ruled
a tie in their finish, even though,

week later.

MSU Dunked
400-YARD MEDLEY RELAY-1.
Michigan (Bartsch, Scheerer, O'Mal-
ley, Brundage); 2. MSU. Time-.-
3:39.9 (pool, meet record).
200-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Walsh
(MSU); 2. Farley (M); 3. MacMil-
lan (MSU). Time-1:45.5 (pool, dual
meet record).
50-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Groft
(M); 2. Dilley (MSU); 3. Kifer
(MSU). Time - :21.3 (pool, dual
meet,.varsity record).
200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
-1. Robie (M); 2. Vry (M); 3. Gret-
zinger (MSU), Time-2:00.6 (dual
meet, varsity record).
DIVING-1. Boothman (M); 2.
Brown (M); 3. Genova (MSU).
Paints-305.3.
200-YARD BUTTERFLY-1. Roble
(M); 2. Hagan (MSU); 3. Gretzinger
(MSU). Time-1:58.8 (dual meet rec-
ord).
100-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Hoag
(M); 2. Groft (M); 3. MacMillan
(MSU). Time-:47.8 (pool, dual meet
varsity record).
200-YARD BACKSTROKE-1. Dli-
ley (MSU); 2. Bartsch (M); 3. Wolf
(MSU), Kingery (M) (tie). Time-
1:57.6 (pool, dual meet record).
500-YARD FREESTYLE-i. Walsh
(MSU); 2. Farley (M); 3. Hill (MSU).
Time-4:51.2 (pool. dual meet rec-
ord).
200-YARD BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Scheerer (M); 2. Vry (M); 3. Glick
(MSU). Time-2:13.7 (pool, dual
meet record).
400-YARD FREESTLYE RELAY-1.
MSU (Kifer, Dilley, Walsh, MacMil-
lan); 2. Michigan. Time -- 3:14.1
(pool, dual meet record).

OLLIE DARDEN

'O'-verwhelmed

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Big Ten Standings I

MICHIGAN
G F R P T
Tregoning f 4-12 2-3 8 4 10
Darden f 12-25 3-4 18 3 27
Buntin c 8-15 4-5 17 3 20
Russell g 8-29 2-2 7 1 18
Pomey g 7-13 2-2 2 2 16
Myers 3-10 0-0 7 2 6
Thompson 2-2 0-0 0 0 4
Dill 0-1 0-0 5 3 0
Clawson i-1 0-0 0 0 2
Bankey 0-1 0-0 0 0 0
Totals 45-109 13-16 69 18 103
PURDUE
G F R P T
Schellhase f 4-14 7-9 5 1 15
Niemeier f 4-10 3-4 9 2 11
Jones c 10-19 3-4 15 3 i3
Purkhiser g 9-16 1-2 4 0 19
Griese g 0-6 0-0 4 2 0
Brown 1-4 0-0 2 1 2
Johnson 2-5 0-0 3 2 4
HICKs 2-3 1-1 0 0 5
Trudeau 0-1 1-2 0 0 1
Harber 0-1 0-0 1 0 0
Cunningham 0-0 2-2 0 0 2
Hughes 1-1 0-0 0 0 2
Totals 33-78 18-24 49 11 84
MICHIGAN 51 52-103
PURDUE 38 46- 84

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HURDLES HURT, 67-64:
Chicago Cindermen
Sneak by Michigan

Accountants, Chemists, ME's, ChE's

75, 4.1:
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Special To The Daily
Michigan's defending N C A A
champion hockey team added a
4-1 victory over Colorado College
last night to its 7-5 victory over
CC Friday night to sweep the
Western series.
It was the Wolverines' second
straight series sweep in WCHA
play, and moved them into a
fourth place tie with Minnesota
in the WCHA standings. Michigan
is now 4-4 in league play, while
CC, with a 1-5 record, remains in
last place.
In Friday .night's action, the
Wolverines won their third con-
secutive comeback victory, 7-5,
thanks to a three-minute hat
trick by Marty Read late in the
third period.
Michigan fell behind at 8:46 of
the first stanza when Warren
Fordyce scored his fifth goal of
the season, but the Blue fought
back on, a tally by center Mel
Wakabayashi which came just
WCHA STANDINGS

more than a minute later, at 9:51.1
. It was a night for the centers,
as captain and leading scorer Wilf
Martin scored his 18th goal of
the season. Pierre Dechaine,
whom coach Al Renfrew had said
he would use as the third line
center, picked up the assists. Mar-
tin's score came at 3:19 of the
second period.
Drought Ends
Wakabayashi then scored after
a 13 minute drought by both
teams. The "Mighty Mite" scored
on an assist from Read at 16:56.
The Tigers, down by two goals,
were not down yet, and they
fought back with a score by Glen
Blumer, his sixth of the season.
Blumer ranks third among Colo-
rado scorers.
Colorado then fought back from
a 4-2 deficit, scoring three times
in a row. Dave Peterson and Jim
Amidon scored with only nine
seconds separating their tallies.
Steve Ebert scored two arid one
half minutes later, beating goalie
Greg Page at 8:42 of the final
period.
Tied Up
Seven minutes then passed
without any sustained offensive
threat by either team. At 15:27,
wingman Marty Read beat Tiger

I goalie Bill Howard for the tying
goal and the first of his hat trick.
It was Read who tallied again at
15:44. And as Colorado coach
Johnson pulled his goalie in a
desperate attempt to tie up the
game, Read blasted the puck into
an empty cage.
Michigan w il1l continue its
WCHA and Big Ten season when
the Wolverines journey to East
Lansing on Saturday night, Jan.
27, and then take on Michigan
Tech in Houghton on Jan. 29,
and 30.
SCORES
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
St. John's 75, St. Francis 61
Northwestern 76, Michigan State 75
Drake 89; Cincinnati 80
Morehead (Minn) 85, Mich. Tech 50
Notre Dame 113, Toledo 65
Navy 75, Manhattan 70
Villanova 72, Detroit 70
Providence 88, Seton Hal 81
Xavier (Ohio) 96, Duquesne 90
Minnesota 97, Ohio State 77
Dayton 83, Louisville 78
St. Joseph's 88, Penn 72
Oklahoma St. 55, Nebraska 53
Northern Michigan 75, Oklahoma 74
GYMNASTICS
Michigan State 75, Minnesota 45
Iowa State 74y>, Michigan State 421,a
HOCKEY
Denver 3, Michigan Tech 3 (tie, ovt)
Minnesota 6; Michigan State 5
BOWLING
Michigan State 2733, Michigan 2690

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A sweep of the first three
positions in the 70-yard low hur-
dles by the Chicago Track Club
with only one event remaining led
to a 67-64 Chicago victory over
the Wolverine thinclads last night.
Michigan held a 59-58 lead with
only the low hurdles and mile re-
lay left to be run, but the Track
Club strength in the hurdle events,
evidenced earlier by an identical
Chicago sweep in the 70-yard
high hurdles, was too much for
Wolverines. The thinclads from
the Windy City gained all nine
points in the 70-yard low hurdles,
more than enough to insure a
Track Club victory in the meet.
Wolverine Olympian Kent Ber-
nard scored a triumph in the 600-
yard run in the time of 1:12.2 in
addition to anchoring the mile re-
lay team, composed of Willie
Brown, Dan Hughes, Bob Gero-
metta and Bernard, in its win.
Heaving the shot put 52'7",
Gordon Harvey, a Michigan soph-
omore, finished first ahead of
two other Wolverines, Leuchtman
and Fred Lambert, who placed
second and third, respectively.
Al Carius of the Chicago team
was a double victor, winning the
mile run in 4:1,5.5 and sharing a
victory with teammate Steve
Szabo in the two mile run. Jim
Mercer of Michigan turned in a
good performance finishing second
behind Carius in the mile.

Hurdled
70-YD. HIGH HURDLES - 1.
Streeter (CTC), 2. Loomos (CTC),
3. May (CTC). Time-:09.0.
600-YD. RUN-1. Bernard (M), 2.
Kenton (CTC), 3. Steel (CTC).
Time-1:12.2.
300-YD. DASH-1. Lampkin (CTC),
2. Jarema (M); 3. Cooper (M).
Time- :32.0.
880-YD. RUN-1. Norde (M), 2.
Hughes (M), 3. Harvey (CTC). Time
-1:55.7.
HIGH JUMP-1. Densham (M), 2.
Ashman (CTC), 3. Glombecki (CTC).
and Conrad (CTC), tie. Height -
6'3".
BROAD JUMP - 1.' Eckerman
(CTC), 2. Sweeney (M), 3. Glom-
becki (CTC).
MILE RUN-1. Carius (CTC), 2.
Mercer (M), 3. Kelly (M). Tim--
4:14.5.
440-YD. DASH - 1. Larmpkin
(CTC), 2. Weiss (M), 3, Geromnetta
(M). Time-:50.1.
60-YD. DASH-1. Reid (M), 2.
Cooper (M), Weibe (CTC). Time--
:06.3.
1000-YD. RUN-1. Falk (CTC),
2. Legacki (M), Lewitz (M). Time-
2:17.3.
SHOT PUT - 1. Harvey (M), 2.
Leuchtman (M), 3. Lambert (M).
Distance-52'7".
POLE VAULT-1. Canamon (M), 2.
Weirs (MI), 3. Cornelius (CTC).
Height-13'0".
TWO-MILE RUN-1. Szabo (CTC),
and Carius (CTC), tie. 3. Hig-
don (CTC). Time-9:27.9.
70-Yi. LOW HURDLES - 1.
Loomos (CTC), 2. Streeter (CTC),
3. May (CTC). Time-:08.0.
MILE RELAY - 1. MICHIGAN
(Brown, Hughes, Gerometta, and
Bernard), 2. Chicago Track Club.
Time-3 :21.0.

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Michigan Rink
Skating Card
Here's this week's public skat-
ing schedule at the Michigan Ice
Rink:
Sunday, Jan. 24-3 to 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 26-10 a.m. to 12
noon.
Wednesday, Jan. 27-8 a.m. to 10
a.m.; 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. (adults only).
Saturday, Jan. 30-10:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 31-3 to 5 p.m.
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