THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, 29 JANUARY 1965
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By JIM TINDALL Dechaine put it on Tuesday, "If I his "White" line. This is coma- The Tech defense is spear-
we can only beat State, we will be posed of center Gary Milroy and headed by sophomore goalie Tony
Michigan's hockey team, spurred in good shape for Tech." wings Wayne Weller and Cap- Esposito who leads the league in
on by fivenconsecutive victories, Michigan did beat State, for the tain Al Holm. Weller leads all goals against average, allowing
will take on the Michigan Tech fifth straight time in two years Huskie scorers with a total of 19 only 2.0 goals per game. Espo-
Huskies at Houghton in a series: 6-3 on Wednesday. The Wolver- points. sito has totaled 136 saves as op-
that Coach Al Renfrew termed ines fell behind 2-1 at the end of The second line is made up of posed to Michigan's Greg Page
"crucial." the first period, but fought back center Bob Toothill, who leads who has been called up 235 times.
He added, "This is the big week- to a 3-2 lead before the Spartans the Huskies in WCHA scoring, and Tech's play against the Den-
end that will tell the story. Tech tied the score in the second stan- wingmen coin Patterson and ver Pioneers was very like that of
is always rough, particularly on za. The Blue then tallied three Ricky Yeo. Patterson and Yeo Michigan in its last few encount-
their own ice.' Tech Is undefeated, times in the last five minutes of each have six points in conference ers. The Huskies fell behind both
6-0, on their own ice this season. the third period, to put the game play. nights, but came back to win, as,
Although the icers were point-, out of reach for Amo Bessone's have the Blue of late.
ing toward Wednesday's Michi- squad. The final goal came on the SCORES Mel Wakabayashi has pushed
gan State encounter, all of them season's longest shot, a 90-footer, COLLEGE BAsKETBALL himself up to the third spot in
were well aware of the importance by Marty Read which sailed into COLo G 80, Baylor 78 conference scoring with high
of the weekend series. As Pierre an open net ten seconds oefore the Davidson 82, East Carolina 68 point output in the Wolverines'
final buzzer sounded. Providence 77, St. Bonaventure 76 last few contests.
Virginia Tech 104, Furman 81 ls e otss
Ahead of Michigan Ohio Univ. 89, Western Michigan 76 After the Tech series, the Blue
Michigan Tech presently stands Drake 60, Tulsa 58 will continue both their WCHA
in third place in the conference Geneva 74, Slippery Rock 73 (ovt) and Hig Ten seasons with a home-
LD' with a 4-3-1 mark, while the Blue Oklahoma St. 59, Colorado 55 (3ovt) away weekend series with te
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are close behind at 5-4. Only 13 Chicago 6, Boston 2-Spartans of Michigan State.
percentage points separate the _ ____-_-_
Tlo Test Cindermen
By BOB McFARLAND
A youthful Wolverine track
ence in the events where they
need it," he adds.
'am journeys to Kalamazoo to- Lack Lettermen
orrnow to participate in the U.S Citing the lack of senior letter-
ederation Open as the indoor men as a big problem, Canham
ack season moves into its see- pointed out that in an average
d week of competition. year, the number of senior cin-
dermen would number from 13 to
"The experienced men on the 14. This season's team is built
am are turning in fine perform- around a nucleus of only six sen-
aces, but the sophomores hold iors: Captain Kent Bernard, Des
ie real key to our success," Coach Ryan, Tom Sweeney, Dan Hughes,
on Canham says. "We have so Fred Lambert, and John Hender-
any runners who are still un- son.
roven in competition." Ryan, who was unable to com-
Canham is viewing the early pete last Saturday against the
eets as a period of experimenta- Chicago Track Club because of
on for the young squad. "We an injured Achilles tendon, will
ant to give the runners experi- see action tomorrow in the three-
__________ quarter mile run. Canham de-
scribes the senior from Dublin,
Ireland, as "the best miler in the
Big Ten." Ryan is the defending
Big Ten champion in the indoor
F ail r '0 A leg injury will keep Wolverine
hurdler Roy Woodton out of com-
petition in the meet. Woodton's
But Jones' academic problems performance was hampered in the
New Styles FIRST at
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Last weekend, while the Wol- CAZZIE'S 'DECLINE
verines were sweeping a series
from WCHA opponent Colorado
College, the Huskies were splitting
a series with Denver, winning 3-2, Statisties
then tying 3-3 in overtime.
Michigan Tech will probably
start what John MacInnes terms By GIL SAMBERG Bunti
Question: Is Cazzie Russell rebou
D oCase in Point: Missed a 20 foot Dar
jumper against Michigan State game
last Tuesday with more than 31days,
/ Y ]?oil/I ; seconds remaining in regulation grabb
Gi time. ;Inow.
Case in Point: Slipping from a the c
S Slo lyphenomenal .843 Free Throw per- a 13.3
centage last season to a mediocre Tre
A noted publisher in Chicago .829 so far this year. figure
reports there is a simple tech- Case in Point: Has not been andi
nique of rapid reading which asked by Pro Basketball coaches boun
should enable you to double to sign an undated contract at Th
your reading speed and yet re- this late date of writing-only a, not b
tam much more. Most people year and a half before he grad- statis
do not realize how much they uates from Michigan. have
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success and income by reading The fact is, though, that Michi-
faster and more accurately. gan will have to muddle through In
According to this publisher, the rest of the Big Ten season eleme
anyone, regardless of his pres- with Russell, who is averaging 31 tend
ent reading skill, can use this
simple technique to improve points per conference game to ing in
his reading ability to a remark- lead the league, as well as with be ti
able degree. Whether reading Bill Buntin, who manages to rack make
stories, books, technical matter, up 21 points also. It may be It v
it becomes possible to read sen- rough, but . .. est cc
tences at a glance and entire In spite of all this, Dave Strack's gan 1
pages in seconds with this starting five-Larry Tregoning, 23 po
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n, and Russell-have man-
to average 90 points and 45
nds in Big Ten play.
rden, putting two of his best
s back-to-back within four
is scoring 15 points and
ing 11 rebounds per game
But it is Buntin who leads
agers in board control with
goning is also in double
es, with 14 points per game,
is tied with Darden in re-
e Wolverines, however, will
e playing their game with
tics this Saturday when they.
a rematch with Purdue at
addition to the home court
ent which they have to con-
with, the Blue will be play-
n a game which turns out to
he 'Swan Song' for Boiler-
r center Bill Jones.
was Jones who had his great-
ollegiate day against Michi-
ast Saturday, as he shot for
oints and picked up 15 re-
Field House, 3 p.m.
Field House, 3 p.m.
cannot be overcome by even that
kind of play on the basketball
court. So, although he was de-
clared ineligible at the end of
last term, it does not take effect
until the Boilermakers' duel with
Michigan this weekend, since
Purdue will not register for the
new term until Monday.
Chicago meet by the injury.
TheTrack Club from the Windy
City swept the first three places
in both the 70-yard high hurdles
and 70-yard low hurdles against
Michigan on Saturday. Football
end Henderson will be running in
the high hurdles for the Wolver-
Ines, and Carl Ward will partici-
pate in the low hurdles in an at-
tempt to strengthen Michigan's
performance in that department.
Olympian Bernard will be en-
tered in the 440-yard dash. He
scored a victory for the Wolverines
against Chicago in the 600-yard
run finishing with a time of 1:12.2.
Several of the sophomores did
well in their first varsity test last
week. Gordon Harvey heaved the
shot put 52'71/2" for a first place.
The shot put is shaping up as
one of the Wolverines' strongest
events. Steve Leuchtman an.
Lambert swept the event against
the Track Club finishing second
and third, respectively.
Other newcomers whom Michi-
gan is relying on include Dave
Cooper, Bob Gerometta, and Jim
Mercer. All three put on impres-
sive performances last weekend
with Cooper gaining a second
place finish in the 60-yard dash
and a third place finish in the
300-yard dash. Gerometta placed
third in the 440-yard dash ant
ran on the winning mile relay
team, and Mercer finished sec-
and in the mile.
Any college athlete will be eli-
gible to participate in the U.S.
Federation Open. Most of the com-
petition will be drawn from col-
leges in Michigan, Illinois, and
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