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TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE 'SEVEN9

TUESDAY, 9 FEBRUARY 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAE"I~! ~VWX

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RelaysWrestlers Continue Streak
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By MICHAEL RUTKOWSKI
Although the Wolverine track
team did not make a spectcular
showing in Saturday's Michigan
Federation Relays, they did dis-
play evidence of a g r o w i n g
strength which should give Coach
Don Canham some solace.
This year's cindermen are ad-
mittedly not as strong as Mich-
igan teams of the past and Can-
ham has used the often repeated
phrase that "this is a rebuilding
year," so that no one will expect
too much from his young team.
Canham, however, has been
known to prefer to bring along his
men slowly and to peak them for
the big one, the Big Ten Cham-

pionships. Last Saturday's meet,,
according to. Canham, showed that
several of his men are gradually
improving to the point where Wis-
consin doesn't look like a sure
winner at the championships in
Champaign on March 5-6.
Brown Places
The Wolverine coach was es-
pecially pleased with dashman
Willie Brown who "looked great"
in finishing second to teammate
Dorie Reid who ran a :06.3 in the
60-yard dash. Brown was bothered
with injuries all last season and
appears to finally have overcome
them. Highly-regarded sophomore
Dave Cooper added a fourth in
the event.
The Wolverines also finished

1-2-4 in the shot put as another
sophomore, Jack Harvey, came
through with a big effort of 54'8"
to give him a second place behind
Bill Yearby who won with a heave
of 55'8%." Fred Lambert got off
a throw of 52'5%" for fourth
place.
George Canamare could only
get a fourth in the pole vault but
in doing so he went over the 14-
foot mark. If Canamare continues
to soar over this height consis-
tently Canham wilt have found a
cure for at least one sore spot.
Hurdles Improve
The hurdles appeared to be an-
other weakness at the beginning
of the season but John Henderson
and Roy Woodton are changing
that. Henderson got only a fourth
in the 65-yard high hurdles but
his :08.2 clocking came in only his
second meet of the season. Wood-
ton was doing very well in the
preliminaries of the 60-yard low

By SCOTT BLECH wrestler and, as a result, can give
anoetroble."
How does a wrestling coach feel anyone troubl.s
after his team soundly defeated a W e mleet's fina tweoeto"a
squad picked to finish second to o ler C soEase to3"a
his team in the Big Ten? top wrestler." Don Evans, 1963 Big
.lTen champion, scored some early.
Normally yone would expect this points to win the 4-1 decision.
coach to feel very confident about pit hscudatal ecle h
the pcomng eetsaganst ow- This could actually be called the
the upcoming meets against low- fia ac fteatrona
er-raked pponnts.final match of the afternoon as
er-ranked opponents. Bob Spaly rocked to a 5-0 decision
Such is not the case with Cliff over Ken Jaeggi. If the meet had
Keen after Michigan whipped been close at that point, North-
Northwestern, 19-7; but Keen has western probably would have sent
learned from 40 years of coach- Dick Ernst against Spaly.
ing in the Big Ten that the fu- Ernst, who is not fully recover-
ture may not be as rosy as it may ed from an injury, would prob-
"Im ably have posed stiffer competi-
I was very happy with theion. Keen, however added with
teams performance . . . it was the: a smile "Spaly could have take
best of the year, 'the Wolverine him too "
mentor said yesterday. "We're go-
ing to have to keep improving be-
cause we have some tough meets
coming up. TOSE ORS
GI~RADUIIATESTU DENTS

This Week in Sports
FRIDAY
Gymnastics-MSU at I-M Building, 7:30 p.m.

DAN HUGHES

SATURDAY hurdles but he was shoved in the varsity record with a leap of Jenkins Stars
Swimming-Indiana at Matt Mann pool, 4:00 p.m. semifinals and didn't qualify for 6'10/" but had to settle for a tie If one were to pick a high point
Basketball-Michigan State at Yost Field House, 2 p.m. the finals. for first when Oliphant also jump- in Saturday's Northwestern meet,
Bob Densham had trouble with ed that height. In their most re- it would have to be Cal Jenkins'
Wrestling-at Indiana his old nemesis Jim Oliphant, the cent encounter on Saturday the 4-3 decision over Jerry Torrence.
Gymnastics-Flint Open former Western Michigan star, in two men both jumped 6'4/8i" but "Cal did a masterful job. It was
Track-Michigan State Relays at East Lansing the high jump. Last year Den- Oliphant was awarded first on very gratifying to see him defeat
-Jsham set a new field house and fewer misses. This win preserved Torrence," Keen explained. Jenk-
Oliphant's undefeated r e c o r d ins achieved a personal triumph
BAT TLE FOR PLAYOFFS: against Densham. since the Wildcat co-captain had
Bernard Wins defeated him 6-1 in last year's
Kent Bernard, the Olympian Big Ten meet. "Torrence has had
from Trinidad, displayed his us- some injury problems, but you
f 1 tn i n "1**ual excellent form in winning the j can't take anything away from
600-yard run and anchoring the Jenkins," Keen explained, "he's
winning mile relay. In the 600 improved a great deal."
By DALE SIELAFF On Friday, State scored first At the same time, Renfrew Keen said that he was "very
Lio ad onhandilywihavr; gratified after the first two match-
After suffering a double loss to and held the-lead, leading Michi- commented that Michigan goalie fine 1:11.8 clocking. In the mile es.tiBob Fer tined his Big
Michigan State over the weekend, gan 4-1 after the first period and Greg Page "made some great relay Canham started with Brian Ten supremacy by stopping Wild-
Michigan's hockey team finds it- upping it to 7-2 after the second. saves, but let in some bad goals. O'Neill, Dan Hughes and BobT-ryy ang Wiud
self, in fifth place in the WCHATake Lead We outshot and outskated them Gerometta with each increasing cHruB fllonde ,-,d oug
with five games to play. Saturday, the Wolverines jump but couldn't put the puck in the the Michigan lead. When Bernard In Joloe hb decsioning
ed off to a 2-0 lead on goals by net. got the baton Michigan was far in veteran Jim Hnath, 9-5. Theyve
Coach Al Renfrew commented Bob Ferguson and Mel Waka- "We may make some line front. Canham, however, was wor- learned a lot from the two losses
that the Wolverines would have to bayashi, only to see the Sparrans changes to get the boys skating," red that the lack of competition1 on the Eastern trip," Keen ex-
"come on strong to make the come back with four goals in Renfrew said during yesterday's might cause Michigan's time to be plained.
playoffs." They trail fourth-place the second period to lead 5-2 go- light workout. "Bob Baird has a slower than that of Loyola of Full Strength
Minnesota by one-half game, and ing into the final 20 minutes. medical problem we're still wait- Chicago who ran a fast race in an This was the first meet in
only the top four teams in the ing to hear about, and we've play- earlier heat, so he told Bernard which we've-been at full strength,"
league make the playoffs. BohR Amo Bne cite ed Bob Boyson on a line with to make sure he ran well under the Wolverine coach continued.
ThStWnsdrpm atcoachAlJBessnecitedPierre Dechaine and Dean Lucier :.,0. Bernard met with his coach's hill Johannesen battled undefeat-
Thrdtofiftl singstropted frm Spart payn t ieack s F othe past two weekends." request and ran a :48.7. ed Pete Beevers to a 1-1 tie in the
third to fifth, losing to the Spar- his play in the series. Following Mercer Anchors Wt'in 137-pound class. "Billy Jo was fac-
tans 7-4 here Friday night, and Saturday's game, Bessone called Baird Misses Game a top wrestler and made a
then dropping the return match Fisher "the stand-out for both Birddid nots dress for ues the Ite ndot y, Micha r w fine showing despite being side-
6-2 Saturday in East Lansing. sides." State series, and is the only ques- the distance medley, sophomore e s
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tion mark for the squad as far Jimm ercer came up with a 4:17.9 l av
as physical condition is concerned, anchor leg after a dropped baton Lee Deitrick continued winning,
Wakabayashi was felled in Satur- put the Wolverines far behind. Be- although he still has not fully re-
day's game by a kick in the head, fore the dropped baton, Hughes, covered from the knee and ankle
but came back later and showed Gerometta and Des Ryan had injuries suffered in the pre-Big
no ill effects, although he was made it a three-way race with Ten Easte-rn trip. "Lee is getting
down on the ice for several min- Loyola and Western Michigan. better. He's too good a wrestler
utes. oh an ey consts of to be stopped by this (the injury),"
Both Renfrew and Bessone com- here was anoe ie b- Keen explained.
mented on the officiating in Sa-leso1. 4 anoemi.
ton in the two mile relay, but in3, In the annual Rick Bay-Stu
turday's game, with Bessone stat-, this race the Wolverines, who Marshall battle, a draw was the
I was surprised there weren't more were fighting for fourth place, did result for the second straight
not finish. The two-Mnile team was year. Wolverine captain Bay is
' injuries." made up of sophomores Dave Le- still hampered by his knee injury,
Clock Doesn't Stop gacki and Brian Kelly and Cecil but rallied in the last 10 seconds
One particular play that stood Norde and Hughes. of the match to score a two-point
out for Michigan fans was the Still another sophomore, Joel takedown and earn the 2-2 tie,
one in which Wakabayashi was Lewitz, showed great promise as "Rick showed how good condition-
lying on the ice in the State zone. h lcdtidi h 00yr n asof"Ke mhszd
The Spartans subsequently scor- he placed third the 1000-yard ishalls " en e hasie
ed, but the officials ruled that
no Michigan player had touched
the puck so play was not stoaped.
Only if the injured man's team,
touches the puck may play be FILECCIA BROS.
The team will not start heavy
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the next game here on February Quick Service available on request
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year's series, State leads 2-1.
Following the State game, Mih-111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
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