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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, 28 JANUARY 1965

PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, 28 JANUARY 1965

Icers Beat State 6-3 for

STRACK'S ANALYSIS:
_____ihFoes Hit Peak Against Blue

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By JIM TINDALL
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan's
hockey team won its fifth straight
game last night at the expense
of the Michigan State Spartans,
6-3.
The win was the Wolverines'
third in a row in WCHA play and
gives them a 5-4 conference rec-
ord, while lowering the Spartans'
standings to 3-4.
The Wolverines, who have come
back to win after being behind
In each of their last five games,
fell behind 2-1 last night in the
first period, but won going away.
'Team Effort'
Coach Amo Bessone of State
credited his opponents with "a fine
team effort. We controlled the
puck well and had good fore
checking. It was a good checking
game but the key moment came

ped a partially deflected shot un-
der the pads of MSU goalie Jerry
Fisher from 30 feet out.
Wingman Marty Read then add-
ed insult to injury by putting a 90
foot slap shot into an empty net
at 19:49 of the third period after
Bessone had pulled his goalie in
a last ditch effort to tie the score.
Michigan opened up a 1-0 lead
at 7:18 of the. first stanza when
Alex Hood put in a shot from the
right side after a brief scuffle in
front of the MSU net.
State tied the score at 8:58
when big Doug Roberts scored off
the faceoff to the right of goalie
Greg Page. The Spartans surged
into the lead at 9:25,' only 27,

seconds later, when Doug Volmar
put in a slap shot from the blue
line.
Martin Ties Game
Captain Wilfred Martin tied the
game on his 20th goal of the sea-
son with only 44 seconds elapsed
in the second period. Martin pick-
ed up a loose puck at the center
line and went in all alone to beat
Fisher.'
Wakabayashi put the Wolverines
ahead for the second time 3-2
when he pushed his short shot
past Fisher into the left hand
corner of the net at 11:57.
Volmar scored his first of two
goals at 18:48 when he slapped a
25-foot screen shot past Page.

By TOM WEINBERG i is just nothing more you can say pro prospect. He's big and strong
about him. He's a tremendously enough and can rebound with any-
It's no easy assignment to coach motivated kid." body."
one of the nation's top basket- Cazzie had his most productive Oliver Dardeh, who piled up 19
ball teams and Coach Dave Strack night in a Michigan 'uniform points Tuesday on top of his ca-
is the first to admit it. against State, chalking up 40 reer high of 27 against Purdue last
Criticism has been levelled at points, just three shy of John Saturday, "is coming around,"
o4__K an. tnewo3vr4ne1,ro Tidell'_Wolerin-recrd. nd-Sracksays-"Bu he idn'.hav

Str ack and the Wolverines froml Ti-dwell's Wolverine record. And 1
all corners that they play just once more, it was Cazzie who

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Chalk Up Another
First Period Scoring: M - Hood -Ford (roughing) 7:38. M-Fergu-
(Martilla) 7:18. MSU-Roberts (Mik- son (roughing) 7:38. M-Ferguson
kola) 8:58. MSU-Volmar (Roberts, (slashing) 18:07.
Mikkola) 9:25. Penalties: MSU - Third Period Scoring: M-Boy-
Jacobson (charging) 0:44. M-Hood sen (Dechaine) 15:30. M-Wakabaya-
(interference) 2:55. M - Polonic shi (Boysen, Read) 16:40). M-;Read
(boarding) 8:30. M - MacDonald (Dechaine) 19:49. Penalties: M-Po-
(crosscheck) 8:55. M-Henderson Ionic (holding) 2:57. MSU - Har-
(tripping).15:52. greaves (charging) 8:05. M-Mac-
Second Period Scoring: M-Martin Donaid (elbowing) 18:30.
(Martilla) 0:44. M-Wakabayashi MICHIGAN , 1 2 3-6
(Read) 11:57. MSU-Volmar (Rob- MICHIGAN STATE 2 1 0-3
erts, McAndrew) 18:48. Penalties: Saves by Periods:
MSU-Mikkola (crosschecking) 1:44. Page ( ) 8 6 6--0
MSU-Brawley (holding) 6:04. MSU Fisher (MSU) 6 5 8-19

good enough to win-which, of, came through when the pressure
course, isn't good enough for the was on in the overtime as he
critics - and that the Big Ten sank all four of his free throw
leaders bring the best out of every attempts and hit on two jumpers
team they play. or eight of the 15 Wolverine tal-
Strack sees it as an effect of lies.
the Wolverines' success, not a Strack is quite satisfied with the,
cause for criticism. progress of Bill Buntin, particular-
'Key for Our Game' ly for the 6'7" senior's play in
"Every team we play keys for the first three Big Ten games.'
our game. Every club puts out a "Bill's lost some weight and has
maximum of effort against us and improved as the season has pro-
we know we have to do the same gressed," Strack said. "There's no
to stay on top," he says. . doubt in-my mind that he's a fine
Tuesday night's near-disaster
against Michigan State is a prime
example. -
"I can't find too much fault
with our play against State,">":
Strack said in the relaxed air of
his office yesterday although the
din of Jenison Field House was
still reverberating in his ears.
The Spartans, who were hum- w
bled 111-68 by Iowa just 10 days v
ago over regional television and
blew a lead to drop a 76-75
squeaker to Northwestern last
weekend, were far from the pat-
sies they've shown they can be.
Held Their Own{
Desuite the lack of a starter. '

-Daily-Kamalakar Rao
MEL WAKABAYASHI LETS loose, with a shot on the Michigan
State net in last year's game with the Spartans. Wakabayashi
paced the Wolverines to last night's fifth consecutive win con-
necting on two of the goals in the 6-3 triumph at East Lansing.

POPULAR CAGE CAPTAIN:
Trigger Touches Of f Rebounding Attack

Str.ack says. "But he didn't have
very far to come. It's a good thing
because we really need him in
there."
Praises Thompson
Strack pointed to Darden and
Larry Tregoning for keeping up
the pace Tuesday night, and was
particularly quick to mention John
Thompson in the same connection.
Thompson came off the bench to
replace Tregoning after the cap-
tain had fouled out with 8:48 to
go in regulation time.
"It's tougher to come in off the
bench as a substitute than to
start," Strack philosophized. "You
have to think of yourself as play-
ing even when you're not, then
throw yourself right i n t o it.
Thompson did just that. Jim My-
ers is usually quite good at it too,"
he commented of the other Wol-
verine who has seen action ii~
every game, but never as a start-
er.
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WILFRED MARTIN
when our defensive man slipped
on his coverage in front of the
net and allowed Bob Boysen to
score the winning goal."
Coach Al Renfrew called it "a
rood game," and termed State as
"one of the better teams we play-
ed this year.
The score was knotted 3-3 as
the teams skated on to the ice
for the start of the third period,
but no one was able to score un-
til Boysen tallied what proved to
b'e the winning goal. The goal
was Boysen's third of the season.
Wakabayashi Hits
Center Mel Wakabayashi picked
up a loose puck at the center line
Just over a minute later and slap-

By RICK STERN
It's impossible to interview
Larry Tregoning in the Michigan
locker room-he's too well liked.
"Tell him about the janitors,
Trig . . . hey, write this down-
the only reason Trig gets any re-
bounds is because we push the
other guys out of the way for
him. . ." The friendly razzing
which the Michigan captain re-
ceives from his teammates is in-
cessant. But none of them fails
to realize how important the 6'5"
senior is to the nation's second
ranked basketball team.
"Through his dedication to
basketball, Larry has earned a
place as an important contribut-
ing member of our squad." This is
how Michigan coach Dave Strack
sums up the progress which Tre-
goning has made since coming to
the Wolverines four years ago.
Not Easy
But it hasn't been easy for
Tregoning. Starting with his soph-

omore ,year in high school right
up to and including this year, he
has always played in the sha-
dows of players who have kept
him from getting the, headlines.
"There was an Ail-Stater at
Ferndale High every year I was
there," said Tregoning. He made
All-State himself during his sen-
ior year there, but many colleges,
including Michigan State, ignored
him. So he came to Michigan,
where he has played every year
with at least one All-American.
It doesn't 'bother him at allI

best on the team. This year he is 200 pounder pointed to the Illi- over 6'4", the rivals from Lans-
also fourth, averaging an even ten. nois game in Ann Arbor January ing almost matched the bigger,
Tregoning feels that one impor- 9. In Michigan's 89-83 win, Tre- stronger Wolverines in rebound-
tant factor which has contributed goning grabbed 17 rebounds and ing, shot better and carried the
to his rebounding success was his added 14 tallies. -efending co-champs into overtime
decision to discard his contact What kind of Captain is Larry before being capsized 103-98.
lenses, which he wore during most Tregoning? Let Strack answer it. "Michigan State played a mar-
of last 'season. "Larry is an excellent leader, who velous game," he commented, cit-
No Help works as hard as any of the play- ing the Spartan trio of Marcus
"They weren't helping me, and ers. He leads by example, and is Sanders, Bill Curtis and Stan
I was always afraid of losing them very popular with the coaches as Washington as "three fine players
under the boards, which held me well as the players." who all had fine nights." The
back," he said. Strack points out threesome dominated the State
that Tregoning's vision is not 20- Outside of an August marriage'
__. t en s o n 2..F.....,, statistics, as they chalked up 71 of

20 but agrees that the lenses re-

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THROUGH THE
BULL'S EYE
by Bill Bullard

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"Trigger's" plans for the future "°"- '-,- -0-''_ .-_
are somewhatindefnite.IHewantsthe 98 points and grabbed all but
to go to graduate school "al- 12 of the 46 rebounds.
ttoough gradsnot uteswhool, a- That it was the high point of
thnks thhe's t ile ther guid State's season is a foregone con-
ance and counseling field. When clusion to Strack and the veteran
asked about his chances of play- observers of the Spartans.
ing professional basketball, he But that's par for the course of
conceded frankly "I'm just not the Big Ten's undefeated leaders.
good enough." Reviews Season
Strack looked back over the sea-
Wants NCAA son---Nebraska, Wichita, Prince-
When the subject of goals or ton, St. John's, Illinois, North-
this season was mentioned, Tre- western, Purdue and now Michi-
goning's voice lowered as he said gan State. Every one of kiem
"The one goal that I have-that reached its peak against the Wol-
we all have - is to be NCAA verines, the team that was rank-
champs . . . But our immediate ed atop the nation before the sea-
objective is the Big Ten cham- son ever started.
pionship.f "The Michigan game was some-
Asked if he would like to cite thing like Armageddon to Bill
any one person who contributed Bradley," Strack quipped about
most to his basketball playing, Princeton's All-American. "And
Tregoning did not hesitate: "One It's the same thing every game.
of the main reasons I've im- It's difficult for us to rise to the
proved has been my dad. He was occasion all the time, but I've
a star athlete in college at the been quite satisfied with our per-
University of Pittsburgh. he's formance in the Big Ten. We've
pushed me a lot during my career, 1een formidable in all four games."
and I have to admit that there As usual, it was Cazzie Russell
have been times when I was play- whom Strack praised first. "There
ing mainly for him." The elder
Tregoning is a Superintendent at
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A Football Maxim:
Assistants Want Top Spot
It is more or less a maxim that an assistant football coach
naturally wants to become a head football coach some day.
Some day is past due for Wolverine assistant Bob Hollway. The
ten-year veteran of the Michigan coaching staff is in Corvallis, Ore.,
today, being interviewed for the head coaching job at Oregon State
University. Two years ago, after the disasterous 1962 season, Hollway
was an interested, candidate for the Stanford post and within the
last month was considered as a possible replacement for Phil Dickens
at Indiana.
Offers for these and other jobs never materialized. But that
doesn't mean that Hollway has given up hope of landing a top-notch
head coaching post. For Hollway, there is no place to go but up. He
has been an assistant coach since 1950 and for the past six seasons
has been Bump Elliott's top aide. Having helped coach a Big Ten
champion and Rose Bowl winner, there is nothing left for Hollway
to achieve in the assistant coaching ranks.
Hollway has done a good job for Bump and obviously deserves
a chance to see what he can do with his own team. As one observer
once put it, "Hollway is a better coach than an assistant coach has
a right to be." The only trouble is that he is just that: a good assist-
ant coach. In recent months it has been the trend to hire head foot-
ball coaches away from other schools and not hire assistant coaches.
Bill Elias went from Virginia to Navy, John Pont went from Yale to
Indiana, and Tommy Prothro went from Oregon State to UCLA.
The decision is all up to Athletic Director Slats Gill and the 11-
member Athletic Board. Yesterday, the board interviewed Oregon
State assistant Bob Zelinka and Idaho head coach Dee Andros. To-
morrow, besides Hollway, the board will interview Los Angeles States'
Homer Beatty.,
If Hollway doesn't get the Oregon State job, he could still have a
chance at the Michigan top spot in the near future. One big if would
have to be resolved first, though.
Elliott would have to be moved
up to the Athletic Directorship
upon the retirement of H. O.
(Fritz) Crisler. This is the only FILECCI
way the head coaching job at
Michigan would likely be left open.
In such a case, Hollway would be Exp rt Sho
a prime candidate.
The question is: would Holl-
way's chances of becoming head Quick Service v(
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couple of years as an assistant at1
Michigan or as a head coach at 1117 SOUTH
another school? The example of
Dave Strack who was an assistant
basketball coach at Michigan for
several years, went to Idaho as
head coach for a year, and then
came back to Ann Arbor to be- 6 o e /"(sa
come Wolverine headrcoach may Foreign Car
be a precedent. But,'in sports as
in life, you can never be sure M
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-Daily-Jim Lines
CAPTAIN LARRY TREGONING, for three years a Michigan
stalwart, shows his defensive prowess as he moves with Pur-
due's Dave Schellhase in last week's 103-84 win over the Boiler-
makers. Tregoning, noted for alert defense and aggressive re-
bounding, and his teammates held the Purdue standout to his
lowest scoring output of the season.

though. "Obviously I don't get as
many shots as some of the other
guys," he says, "but I get as much
of a charge out of an assist or a
rebound as out of a basket."
Rebounding Reputation
Rebounding is something at
which Tregoning has developed a
reputation. In four conference
games this season he has domin-
ated the backboards 44 times for
an average of 11 per game. k"He
plays fearlessly, with reckless
abandon," says Strack, "and this
is why he is a gi'eat rebounder."
Tregoning himself sums it up
simply. "I'm not afraid to re-
bound," he says.
Though not a high scorer, he is
remarkably consistent. Following
a sophomoi'e year in which he saw
considerable action, filling in ably
as the Wolverines sixth man, Tre-
goning earned a starting berth last
year and scored 259 points for an
average of 9.6 per game, fourth

stricted his movements under the
boards.
Tregoning's manner of prepar-
ing for a game provides another
clue to his aggressiveness on the
court. "I like to get psyched up,"
he says. "You've got to hate the
guy you guard before you go into
the game. The day of the MSU
game, George (Pomey) and I
spent several hours seeing films,
just watching the guy we were
going to guard and really getting
mad at him."
Asked what he felt was the best
performance of his career, the

For U.S. Team
By The Associated Press
CARBONDALE, Ill.-Michigan's
Gary Erwin won a spot on the
United States trampoline team
last night which will compete for
the world championship in Lon-
don this Saturday.
Erwin is defending NCAA cham-
pion and is captain of the gym-
nastics team this year.
Erwin competed in the individ-
ual world championships in Lon-
don last year and finished second.

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Alabama 72, Georgia 67
Army 59, Hofstra 57
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Xavier (Ohio) 72, Loyola (LA) 63
aayton 88, Canisius 72
Villanova 75, Penn 46

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NHL
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