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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, 5 FEBRUARY 19655

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, 5 FEBRUARY 1965

KEEN'S APPRAISAL:
Wildeats-'Toughest So Far'

M' Icers To Host Return Spartan Match

By SCOTT BLECH
"It's unquestionably the tough-
est meet so far this season."
Wrestling coach Cliff Keen
made this prophecy yesterday in
reference to tomorrow's meet with
Northwestern at 3 p.m. in Yost
Field House.
The Wildcats were picked in the
preseason polls to finish second
to the Wolverines in the Big Ten.
The two teams squared off in the
Midlands tournament in Decem-
ber, and Keen's matmen squeaked
past Northwestern, 51-49, for the
team title.
The injury count in that meet
was also close. The Wolverines
participated in the tourney with-
out the services of Rick Bay and
Bill Johannesen, while the Wild-
cats did not have co-captains Don
Evans and Jerry Torrence.
Second in Big Ten
Torrence finished second in last
year's 137-pound Big Ten com-
petition. Evans was Big Ten 177-
pound champion two years ago but
missed last season because of a
knee injury. Both of these highly-
touted wrestlers should be ready
to go against Michigan.
The return of Evans comes as a

surprise, since his knee injury
was supposed to keep him out of
any further competition. He will
be faced by Michigan's 177-pound
Chris Stowell,
Torrence defeated Cal Jenkins,
Rerun Fight on T..
NEW YORK (P)-The Floyd
Patterson - George . Chuvalo
heavyweight fight, which was
not shown oni home television
when it was held last Monday
night, will appear on home
screens Sunday, Feb. 14, at
2:30 p.m. EST.
The Columbia Broadcasting
System announced yesterday
that it had purchased the tele-
vision rights from Lester Mal-
itz, who handled the theatre
television showing of the fight.
6-1, in the 1964 Big Ten Meet.
The two have moved up to the
147-pound class and will have a
return match tomorrow.
Meet Again
Bay tangles tomorrow with Stu
Marshall, 167-pound Midlands
Tournament champion. The Mich-
igan captain has been waiting a

long time for this meet, as Mar-
shall drew with him when they
met at Northwestern last year.
"Marshall was on the defensive
in that meet and I had a difficult
time keeping from retreating eff
the mat," Bay recalled yesterday.
In the Chicago holiday tourna-
ment last season, Bay edged Mar-
shall, 3-2 for first place. This
was the only other encounter be-
tween the two wrestlers.
Johannesen, who has recovered
from the side injury that kept
him out of competition last week-
end, will face undefeated 137-
pound Pete Beevers.
Beevers won the Midlands
Tournament by defeating Michi-
gan State's Joe Ganz. Johannesen
also edged Ganz, 3-2, in last year's
Big Ten meet.
Lee Deitrick will test North-
western sophomore Rich Ruben
in the 157-pound contest. Ruben
should be a formidable opponent
according to Keen.
Dick Ernst, who was second for
Northwestern at 177 pounds in
the Midlands tournament, will
move up to heavyweight with
Evans returning to the lineup.
Anchorman Bob Spaly will send
his 10-1-2 record against Ernst.
Keen's lineup also features un-
defeated 123-pound Bob Fehrs and
130-pound Doug Hornung
SCORES
College Basketball
Indiana 109, Chicago Loyola 92
New York Univ. 99, Boston Univ. 69
Louisville 73, Tulsa 67
Providence 72, DePaul 70
Manhattan 94, Syracuse 80
NHL
Boston,3, Detroit 1
Toronto 5, Montreal 2
NBA
Philadelphia 123, St. Louis 119

By JIM TINDALL
The Wolverine hockey team
heads into the stretch drive of
the WCHA season, as they square
off against Michigan State to-
night at 8 p.m. at the Coliseum,,
and follow the Spartans home for
a game tomorrow night in East:
Lansing beginning at 7:30.
Coach Al Renfrew said yester-
day, "This series is going to be aI
real tough one. They have a
bunch of big boys and they are
good skaters.
"Every game from now on is
important. It is coming right down
to the wire for the spots in the
playoffs, and I hope that we can
just keep rolling. We have a tough;
schedule, and the league is so well-
balanced this year that any team
can beat any other team on a,
given night."'
The icers have won four out
of their last five WCHA tilts, in-
cluding a 6-3 victory over the
Spartans at East Lansing nine
- G M
DOUG VOLMAR

en conference games left to play, Wolverines in this year's contest
including ,this weekend's series, at East Lansing.
Third in WCHA Tom Mikkola, the center on the
Michigan is presently in third Roborts-Volmar line, also picked
place in the conference, with a up two assists in the game on the
6-5 mark, only five percentage first and second Spartan scores.
points behind the Huskies of Mikkola, another sophomore, has
Michigan Tech. At the end of three goals and seven assists for
the WCHA season only the top the year.
four teams will participate in the Just Short
post - season single - elimination Other than their "power" line,
tournament. The first and second the Spartan scoring tails off some-
place teams in this tourney may, what, with the exception of Mike
if past records hold true, be the Jacobson who is only one point
Western representative to the behind Roberts for the team scor-
NCAA championships, w h i c h ing lead.
Michigan won last year. For the Wolverines. Wakabaya-
Blue Rally shi is presently leading all scor-
In the State game, the Wol- ers in overall as well as WCHA
verines had to come back from play. The 155-pound junior has
a 2-1 deficit to win. The Blue a chance at the WCHA scoring
scored three goals in the last title, as he has 14 goals and 16
quarter of the third period to put assists for 30 points.
the game out of reach. However, The individual scoring crown
until Bob Boysen and Mel Waka- was won by last year's captain
bayashi scored with only 1:10 and center, Gordie Wilkie.
separating the tallies, the out- Martin Yields
come of the game was still in Captain Wilfred Martin is sec-
doubt. ond in points scored, as he sur-
Michigan now holds a string of rendered the lead to Wakabayashi
five consecutive victories over the this weekend. "The Fox" leads the
Spartans. Last year the Blue won team in goals scored with 20 and
by scores of 2-0, 7-2, 9-4, and 13-4. had added seven assists for a to-
One of the thorns in the side tal of 27 points.
of the Wolverines in the January Tied for third place in team
29 game at East Lansing was scoring are Pierre Dechaine and
burly center Doug Roberts. Rob- Alex Hood with 20 points apiece.
erts, 6-3, 210 pound senior from Coach Al Renfrew is willing to
Detroit, picked up a point every throw all the scoring statistics to
time the Spartans tallied, as he the wind this weekend if his
put in the first MSU score, and charges can pick up a pair of
picked up assists on the other two victories.
goals. Roberts leads all MSU scor- Then the Gophers
ers this year with 14 goals and After this series, the Blue will
17 assists for a total of 31 points. have a 10 day layoff before they
Soph Stinger meet the Spartans for the fourth
Another troublesome Spartan time this season, once again at the
was Doug Volmar, who plays on Coliseum on February 17. On that
Roberts' line. Volmar is only a weekend, Michigan will travel to
sophomore but still ranks fourth Minneapolis for a two game se-
in Spartan scoring with 17 goals ries. In their last match, the
and 3 assists. Volmar scored two Wolves split with the Gophers.

days ago. Michigan has only sev-

of MSU's three goals against the

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This Weekend in Sports
TODAY
HOCKEY-Michigan State at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Michigan at Wisconsin
SATURDAY
HOCKEY-Michigan at Michigan State
SWIMMING-Minnesota at Matt Mann Pool, 2:30 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Michigan at Minnesota
TRACK-Michigan Federation Relays at Yost Field
House, 1 and 7 p.m.

-Daily-Jerry Stoetzer
CENTER MEL WAKABAYASHI shoots on the Michigan State
goal through four defenders in last year's game. Wakabayashi is
presently the leading scorer on the Wolverine squad and ranks
fourth among conference scorers. Michigan will take on the Spar-
tans tonight at the Coliseum beginning at 8 p.m., and tomorrow
night at East Lansing.
AIDS TITLE SURGE:
Henry Traded to Hawks
In Seven Playerf Swap

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Ci ndermen Face Test at Home;
Gymnasts Travel to Wisconsin

NEW YORK (P)-High-scoring
left wing Camille Henry was trad-
ed by the New York Rangers to
the Chicago Black Hawks in a
seven - player National Hockey
League transaction yesterday.
Accompanying the 32-year-old
veteran to Chicago were Ranger
farmhands Don Johns, a defense-
man, and Billy Taylor, a center,
plus a player to be named later.
Out of Contention
The fifth-place Rangers, all but
mathematically eliminated f r o m
Stanley Cup playoff contention,
obtained left wings Doug Robin-
son and John Brenneman and de-
fenseman Wayne Hillman from
the Hawks. Chicago is presently
tied for first place with the Mon-
treal Canadiens.
"We've strengthened our
chances of finishing first," Billy

Reay, the Chicago coach, said en-
thusiastically. "Henry will help us
a lot and we're certainly very
happy that he was expendable."
Henry was the most productive
New York scorer this season with
21 goals. His career total for nine-
plus campaigns is 248. He ranked
second to Andy Bathgate as the
highest - scoring Ranger e v e r.
Bathgate had 272 goals for NeW
York.
Add Threat
The transaction gives the Black
Hawks, who have never won a
regular season title, another top
offensive threat to go with Bobby
Hull and Stan Mikita, who are
1-2 in the NHL in total points.
Henry, named to the leagu's
second All-Star team at the sea-
son's halfway mark, is ninth in
the scoring race with 36 points.

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Track
By HOWARD BOIGON
Hoping that history will repeat
itself, the Wolverines host the
Michigan Federation Relays to-
morrow afternoon at Yost Field
House beginning at 1 p.m.
Last year, en route to the Big
Ten championship, the cindermen
came up with an excellent per-
formance in a victory which saw
three meet records broken and
two more tied.
Many of the key participants in
that exciting contest are back this
year, and promise to make Satur-
day's meet a good test of Mich-
igan strength.
Representative Meet
The thinclads will be facing
tough opposition Saturday, includ-
ing representatives of Ohio Uni-
versity, Central State College, a
strong Michigan State team, and
W e s t e r n Michigan University,
whom the Wolverines edged inI
Kalamazoo last week and in the!
Relays last year.
One of the most exciting of last
v::ar's performances was a leap of
6'10" in the high jump by Bob
Densham, a mark which broke the
meet record, the Yost Field House
record, and the varsity record, but
gave him only a tie for first with
Jim Oliphant. Densham, a junior,
provides the Wolverines with a
strong threat in this important
event.
Another of Coach Don Can-
ham's returning lettermen is Cap-
tain Kent Bernard, who, in Mich-
igan's two meets thus far, has
shown no signs of slacking off in
a torrid pace begun last year. In
tomorrow's contest he will again
be anchoring the mile relay team,
which he led to a meet and Field
House record of 3:18.5 in the Re-
lays a year ago, and will compete
in the 600-yard run.
Replacements
The Wolverines had three other
individual winners, of whom only
one, two-miler Ted Benedict, is
running again this year. Hurdler
Cliff Nuttall and shotputter Roger
Schmitt have graduated, but
they've been more than adequately
replaced. Roy Woodton, second to
Nuttall in last year's meet, and
John Henderson, second last week
at Kalamazoo, top the hurdlers,
while Gordon Harvey, who got off
a toss of 55'7" last week, hasI
amply replaced Schmitt.
Other veterans counted on for
strong showings on Saturday are
Dorie Reid, in the 60-yard dash,I
Dan Hughes, running in both the
two-mile relay and the distance-
medley relay, and Des Ryan, also
in the distance-medley.

Competing tomorrow are threet
men who have traded football1
jerseys for track uniforms. Billt
Yearby, All-American tackle, isi
scheduled in shotput, while half-
back Carl Ward and end John
Henderson will run the hurdles. 1
Dave Cooper, in the 60-yard
dash, and Jim Mercer, anchoring1
the distance-medley, head the list
of talented sophomores perform-
ing in tomorrow's meet, along]
with Gordon Harvey. Willie]
Brown, a junior hampered by in-
juries most of last year, is entered
in the 60 and is expected to add to
the Wolverines' already formid-
able talent in this event.-
The meet begins at 1:00 tomor-
row afternoon with a few prelimi-
naries, while the bulk of the
events begin at 6:30 Saturday eve-
ning. There will be a novice meet
tonight, also at the Field House.
Gymnastics'
By NIKKI SCHWARTZ
The Michigan gymnasts travel
to Madison today for a meet that
might be billed as Fred Roeth-
lisberger versus the University of
Michigan.
Roethlisberger is Wisconsin's
all-around performer and Michi-
gan's chief concern this weekend.
The Menomonee Falls senior could
win six first places and stacks up
as the biggest threat this weekend.
The Wolverines take on the Bad-
gers and then move on to Min-
nesota on Saturday.
"Roethlisberger could be one of
the best in the Big Ten," is Coach
Newt Loken's appraisal. "He works
every event and he has been scor-
ing in the 90's in all of them."
No All-Arounders
Loken is not certain if he will
enter an all-around performer.
The Wolverines are a very special-
ized team, and he may go with
the specialists. If he doesn't (n-
ter an all-around man, Michigan
will have to concede six points,
since the all-around is an event
scored in this year's dual meets.
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Coach Loken feels that the Wol-
verines are facing their first real
challenge of the season in this
meet.
The Badgers, 8-1 overall, pose
another problem in the form of
Pete Bauer, the gymnastics coach's
son. Bauer beat his Michigan op-
ponent last year in the dual meet,
scoring higher than Wolverine
Captain Gary Erwin on the tram-
poline. He's been averaging 92
points this year, but his perform-
ance tends to be erratic.
Without Blanton
The Blue will not be at full
strength this weekend. Rich Blan-
ton, who competes on the rings
and parallel bars, is in Health
Service with a virus. The rest of
the squad will be heading for
Madison and their first taste of
tough competition.
The Gophers are considered not
quite as tough as the Badgers.
Their squad has not managed a
win this season. Their main
strength lies in Bill Eibrink, a
good all-around man, and Bob
Hoecherl; onthe side horse.
Michigan has built up a dual
meet record of .850, losing only
two meets in the last four years.
The squad boasts the new World
Champion trampoline star, NCAA
and Big Ten champ in Erwin;
Alex Frecska, Big Ten finalist
in four events; Mike Henderson,
past NCAA and Big Ten floor
exercise titlist; high bar perform-
er John Cashman; and the Fuller
twins, Chip and Phil, who special-
ize in floor exercise.

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