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CFIVE VARSITY MARKS SET:
agers Prepare for Clash with Spartans Records Fall in Tar

ikers' Win

By CARL ROBINSON
With all five starters scoring
in double figures, the Michigan
cagers got revenge for last year's
81-79 loss to Purdue, 103-84.
The Wolverines will face arch
rival Michigan State at East Lans-
g, 8 p.m. today.
AP olS
By The Associated Press
Michigan retained its second
place ranking in the AP Poll this
week by defeating Purdue 103-84..
First place UCLA was idle all
week due to examinations, but
will return to action on Friday
against the'surprising Iowa Hawk-
eyes. ,
The unranked Hawkeyes, an
unexpected second to the Wolver-
ines in the Big Ten race, sur-
prised the fifth-ranked Indiana
Hoosiers 74-68 last Monday and
might upset the defending na-
tional champions in the feature of
Gophers Top
Purdue F ive
LAFAYETTE (AP) - Minnesota
came from behind with some hot
shooting in the second half and
beat Purdue 85-81 in a vital Big
Ten basketball game last night.
The Gophers trailed Purdue 37-
34 at halftime but took the lead
at 50-49 with 13:20 to play and
built their advantage to 83-67
with 1:36 left. Purdue scored 14
points in the last 96 seconds, Dave
Schellhase getting eight of them.
Schellhase finished with 32
points, hitting 11 of 22 shots from
the field and 10 of 15 free throws,
and Bob Purkhiser added 21 for
Purdue on 10 of 26 and one of,
two.
Minnesota outscored the Boiler-
makers on balance. Don Yates
was high for the Gophers with
19 points on 7 of 11 and 5 of 6,
but all their starters scored 13
points or more.
Minnesota's man - to - man de-.
fense kept Purdue's shooters off
balance, and the Boilermakers
sank only 33 of 74 shots. The
Gophers had better marksman-
ship against Purdue's various zone
defense, hitting 33 of 63.
The+ victory kept Minnesota
alive in the Big Ten race at 3-1
and moved the Gophers into a1
third-place tie with Illinois. Pur-
due, which went into the game
with an 11-game home winning
streak, dropped into a tie for
seventh place in the Big Ten at
1-3.

Last year, the Boilermakers
came to town on the last day of
the Big Ten season and knocked
Michigan into a tie with Ohio1
State for the conference cham-
pionship.
Purdue, fielding a team which
included such "Spoilermakers" as
' Second
a doubleheader at Chicago Sta-
dium Friday night.
The game marks a return toI
the Midwest for UCLA where the
Bruins; unbeaten last season, had
their 30-game winning streak
broken by Illinois early in De-
cember before starting their cur-
rent streak.
Third-place. St. Joseph's ran its
mark to 15-1 by thumping Penn-
Sylvania 88-72, while Providence
made Seton Hall its 12th straight
victim, 88-81, moving up two,
places to No. 4 in the rankings.
Idle Wichita dropped a peg to
fifth at 12-2 with Loyola of Chi-
cago and Louisville in their im-
mediate future. Davidson, also
idle, moved up one rung to sixth.
St. John's of New York beat St.
Francis, 75-61, for a 12-2 record.
San Francisco was idle and re-
mained in eighth place. Indiana
fell from fifth to ninth after itsI
loss to Iowa. Duke, 10-2, was also
idle this week and remained 10th.
The Top Ten, with irst place votes in
parentheses, won-lost records through
games of Saturday, Jan. 23:
1. UCLA (29) 14-1 347
2. MICHIGAN (2) 11-2 302
3. St. Joseph's, Pa. (1) 15-1 240
4. Providence (4) 12-0 209
5. Wichita 12-2 194
6. Davidson 14-1 140
7. St. John's, N.Y. 12-2 123
8.San Fancisco 12-1 114
9.Indiana 12-2 80
10. Duke 10-2 79
Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
betically: Brigham Young, Connecticut,
Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Miami of Ohio,
Minnesota, New Mexico, North Caro-
lina, North Carolina State, Oklahoma
State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Villa-
nova.

Bob Purkhiser, who scored the the team.
'winning points last year, and Bill Jones with 23 points and 15
Bob Griese, who was roundly rebounds was high in both depart-
booed for his exploits on the foot- ments for Purdue.
ball field, quickly found them- Scoring Leaders Fail
selves outclassed by the Wolver- A scoring duel between Michi-
ines. gan's Cazzie Russell and Purdue's
Darden Scores Early Dave Schellhase, ranked one-two
Oliver Darden opened the game in conference scoring, failed to de-
with a jumper, and was followed velop. Both men were guarded
soon after by a Pomey set shot. well, and finished the game scor-
Darden returned with another long ing 18 and 15 points, respectively.
one from the corner, a charity toss Schellhase had three of his at-
and a tip in. Pomey and Darden tempts smacked right back at him
combined for 29 points in the by Buntin at center. Boilermaker
first half to give Michigan a 51- Coach Ray Eddy commented that
38 halftime lead. Buntin's presence made Schellhase
It was Darden's best game in "think twice about shooting."
his collegiate career. He had 27 The cagers hit the century mark
points in the game-17 in the first for the second time this season
half-to take high scoring honors on John Thompson's shot with 53
for the game. His 18 rebounds also seconds left in the game. Thomp-

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was the game high.
Bill Buntin had 20 points and
17 rebounds for second honors on
Big Ten Standings

MICHIGAN
Iowa
Illinois
Minnesota
Indiana
N'western
Purdue
Wisconsin
Ohio St.
Mich. St.

Conference All Games
W L Pet. W L Pct.
3 0 1.000 11 2 .846
4 1 .800 9 5 .643
3 1 .750 10 3 .769
3 1 .750 11 3 .786
3 2 .600 12 2 .857
1 2 .333 5 8 .385
1 3 .250 8 6 .571
1 3 .250 6 7 .462
0 3 .000 6 7 .462
0 3 .000 4 8 .333

son added Michigan's last bucket
19 seconds later.
Tonight's opponent, Michigan
State, has a 0-3 league record
and a 4-8 overall record, after
losing three of their starting five
of last year to graduation.
State Lacks Height
State is a relatively short team
(the tallest man on the team is
6-6, and he is not starting), is
led by 6'3" junior Stan Washing-
ton, and 6'4" junior Bill Curtis.
Even though four starters aver-
age in double figures, the Spartans

are ranked only fifth in Big Ten
scoring. They are eighth in re- By BOB McFARLAND
bounding.
Although they have not beaten A host of records fell under the
anyone of national prominence, assault of the Wolverine tankers
they have beaten both in-state in their 631/-411/2 victory over the
teams they have played, and would Michigan State; Spartans in a dual
like to maintain that streak. meet Saturday.
Last Saturday, the Spartans lost The swimmers snapped five var-
to Northwestern by one point, 76- sity records in the contest, whicht
75, in the last six seconds. also saw pool records set in every1
The Wolverines won both of last event but two, at the Spartans'
year's contests, 91-77 and 95-79. Men's Intramural Pool. New Mich-
igan-Michigan State dual meet
marks were established in all 12t
events.1
Adding to the significance of
the meet times was the fact thatS
the performances in four events-i
the 200-yard backstroke, the 200-a
yard breaststroke, and the 100-
and 200-yard freestyle-bettered
the first-place times of the Big
Ten Meet last year. Coach Gus
Stager pointed out that in many
instances the fourth-place time
on Saturday was lower than the
sixth-place time from the 1964
Western Conference meet.
Hoag Impressived h
"I was most impressed with
the performance of Bob Hoag,"
Stager stated yesterday. Despite
a recent illness, Hoag won the 100-
yard freestyle tying a varsity rec-
ord with a time of :47.8. Hoag
GEORGE POMEY added a fourth-place finish for
the Wolverines in the 500-yard;
freestyle.
t Stager was also pleased with the
S S tra ig h t efforts of Carl Robie and Paul
Scheerer who both "had good
times, but swam surprisingly
esy"Robie, the only double win-
infected finger, but was back onethe ayo e ler-
full-time duty this past weekend. ines noced almost fie seonds
Wakabayashi had left the ice ininskocealstfvscnd
the Saturday game with Duluth off the varsity record in the 200-
after hitting his shoulder but yard inidividual medley. The soph-
showedhno iffecsshepickedomore Olympian'sot er first came
owed no ias p In the 200-yard butterfly.
up three goals and three assists Finishing first in the 200-yard
in Colorado Springs. breaststroke, Scheerer cracked a
Renfrew Pleased pool mark with a time of 2:13.7.
Renfrew was pleased with the Scheerer also participated on
two esandsummedupthe Michigan's 400-yard medleydrelay
series by saying, "We played real squad, which bested MSU with a
hard. The games could have gone time of 3:39.9. Other members of
either way, and both were. fine the Wolverine medley relay ta
eiter ayandbot wee. inewere Ed Bartsch, Tom O'Malley
hockey games. The difference forwand arsr Tmdagey
us was the ability to come back, and Howard Brundage.
even after they scored three in a Need Sprinters
row on Friday." "We need to find two more

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ner and Lanny Reppert as con- Michigan State sophomore Ken
tenders for the job. Walsh finished ahead of Farley
Groft smashed a Michigan var- in both events.
sity record with a time of :21.3 Ed Boothmnan, participating in
in the 50-yard freestyle, :00.1 fast- his first meet of the season for
er than the old mark. Sophomore the Wolverines, finished first in
Groft edged out Gary Dilley and diving with a score of 305.3
Darryle Kifer, both of MSU, in a points.
close contest. Minnesota Next
Farley Sets Marks The Wolverine tankers are
Although failing to earn bet- now practicing twice a day in
ter than a second-place finish, preparation for the home meet
Bill Farley broke two Wolverine with Minnesota on February 6 and
varsity marks. Swimming the 200- the clash with defending Big Ten
yard freestyle in the time of 1:46.0, champion Indiana a week later.
Farley bested the old record by Stager plans to add a couple of
a half second. His other record night workouts later on "to clear
came in the 500-yard freestyle up the butterfly and sprint prob-
:lipping the previous record, lems."
This Week in Sports
TUESDAY
BASKETBALL-Michigan at Michigan State, 8 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
HOCKEY-Michigan at Michigan State, 7:30 p.m.
FRIDAY
HOCKEY--Michigan at Michigan Tech
WRESTLING-Wisconsin at Yost Fieldhouse, 3 p.m.
SATURDAY
BASKETBALL--Michigan at Purdue
HOCKEY-Michigan at Michigan Tech
WRESTLING-Ohio State at Yost Field House, 3 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Michigan at Illinois
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By DALE SIELAFF
At the expense of the Colorado
vollege Tigers, the Wolverine
hockey team ran its winning
streak to four games last week-
end with a sweep of the two-game
series in Colorado Springs.
Marty Read was the Michigan
star in Friday night's come-from.
behind 7-5 victory. Read pulled
the Wolverines even with the Ti-
gers with less than five minutes
to go in the game on an unassist-
ed goal. The junior wing iced
the win with two more goals with-
in three minutes for Michigan's
first hat trick of the season.
On Saturday the Colorado squad
jumped off to an early lead on
Warren Fordyce's goal at 15:25
of the opening period. Michigan
bounced back in the second to tie
SCORES
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Minnesota 85, Purdue 81
Detroit 108, Xavier (Ohio) 92
Kentucky 102, Georgia 82
N.C. State 79, Centenary Col. 64
Dayton 89, Loyola (Calif) 71
Florida 67, Alabama 55
Florida State 58, Auburn 55
Iowa State 87, Oklahoma Si
Vanderbilt 84, Mississippi 70
NBA
Boston 142, Baltimore 104

the score on Dean Lucier's tally
with Pierre Dechaine picking up
the assist.
Wolverine goalie Greg Page
turned aside 14 shots in the final
period as he held Colorado score-
less over the last 44 minutes, en-
abling his teammates to pull away
with three goals in the third per-
iod for the 4-1 win.
Barry MacDonald, who had been
used sparingly on Friday and in
the previous home series against
Duluth due to a knee injury, scor-
ed what proved to be the win-
ning point at 4:26 of the third
period. Mel Wakabayashi added
an insurance goal less than a
minute later with Tom Polonic
assisting. Captain Wilfred Mar-
tin, leading Wolverine goal scorers
by a wide margin, picked up his
19th goal of the season with 17
seconds left in the game.
Page Cited
Coach Al Renfrew cited Page
for his netminding in the Colo-
rado series, saying, "Page made all
the big saves. It was anybody's
game, and Page played real well."
Renfrew also commented that
the high altitude in Colorado made
various line changes necessary so
that some of the players could rest
due to the lower oxygen level.
Physically, Michigan is back in
top shape. Polonic sat out one
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The Wolverines put their win- Stager added. Michigan lost by
ning streak and 4-4 WCHA record four seconds to MSU in the 400-
on the line this Wednesday in yard freestyle relay. Hoag and Bill
East Lansing, as they meet Michi- Groft have turned in consistent
gan State in a single game. This fast times for Michigan, and the
coming weekend Michigan is still two have nailed down positions
on the road, with a two game se- on the 400-yard freestyle relay
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Despite Saturday's 67-64 loss to
the Chicago Track Club, coach
Don' Canham is satisfied with the
progress of the team thus far, and
is especially pleased by the fine
showing of some talented sophp-
mores.
"The team is still concentrat-
ing on getting in shape," Can-
ham said yesterday. Canham con-
sidered Saturday's meet a good
test because of the collection of
"very fine performers" faced by
the team in Chicago.
Al-though hampered by injuries

to some key men, the Wolverines
performed very well, showing a
good balance between upcoming
sophomores and reliable veterans.
Cooper Places Twice
Among the top newcomers is
Dave Cooper who took second in
the 60-yard dash and third in the
300, turning in time's of :6.4 and
:32.8,respectively. James Mercer
ran a good 4:16.2 to place second
in the mile, and Gordon Harvey
paced a sweep of the shot put with
a toss of 52'7/2." Canham was
particularly pleased by the show-
ings of these men who have now
proven that they can perform well
in varsity competition.
Coupled . with these perform-
ances were the fine efforts of
many returning veterans, upon
whom the bulk of the Wolverines'
title chances depend. Dorie Reid,
a junior from Ferndale, won the
60-yard dash with a time of :6.3,
finishing ahead of Cooper. Cecil
Norde won the 880-yard run with
a time of 1:55.7, as Dan Hughes
finished close behind him in 1:55.9.
Bernard Wins
Captain Kent Bernard won the
600 "running easily," according to
Canham, who stated that the for-
mer Olympian is "in excellent
shape." Bernard also ran the an-
chor leg on the winning mile relay
team.
Senior Tom Sweeney who was
fifth in last year's Big Ten Indoor
Championships placedsecond in
the broad Jump. The sweep of the
shotput was accomplished by
Steve Leuchtman and Fred Lam-

bert, finishing behind Harvey.
Injuries played an important
part in limiting Michigan's effec-
tiveness. Top miler Des Ryan
could not compete because of an
injured Achilles tendon, while
hurdler Roy Woodton was slowed
in the 70-yard, high hurdles and
scratched from the 70-yard lows-
because of a bad leg. The injury
to Woodton led to a Chicago sweep
in both of these events.
The tracksters travel to Kala-
mazoo this Saturday for the U.S.
Federation Open. Ryan is expect-
ed to run, but Woodton probably
will not. The remainder of the
team is in good shape for theI
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