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SUNDAY, 14 FEBRUARY 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Cagers Knock
Second Half Surge
Keys Seventh Win
By GIL SAMBERG ed on Pomey, who made the pass
to Buntin.a
Trailing by five points at the It was the multitude of Michi-
half, the Wolverines took a hint gan breakaways that doomed the
from the men of Athenarbor in Spartans. "They were away all
the intermission show, and went alone much too often," bemoaned
on to whip Michigan State's Spar- Spartan Coach Forddy Anderson
tans 98-83 in a battle of pressure afterwards.
basketball yesterday afternoon. The Wolverines, keyed by Pom-
Although switching zone and ey's defense in a 1-3-1 zone, forced
occasionally man-to-man defenses mistakes and stole the ball often
in the first half, Michigan could enough to make the effectiveness
open no better than a five-point and number of the easy layups ap-
lead, and the Spartans closed the parent to all. "The zone-press was
gap at the 5:25 mark and went really effective," said Strack, "and
ahead 32-30 a half minute later we got the great momentum go-
on a jumper by Bill Curtis. ing for us."
"We went over the first half Coach Bemoans Error
during the halftime break," said | "We over-dribbled, something
Michigan Coach Dave Strack aft- I'd hoped would never happen,"
er the game. "We decided to go explained Anderson. "Too much
after them with that press and 'dribbling gave Michigan a chance
we came back real strong." to take the ball away from us."
Spectacular Surge State started the game off us-
As probably the most spectacular ing a full court press, but after
part of their second half pres- the opening seconds was forced
sure surge, the Blue put on a one- away from it by its obvious in-
minute, four-basket flurry which effectiveness. "We lost because of
sent an overflowing crowd sail- the strategy which we had at-
ing through the old Yost Field tempted to use-pressure," said
House roof. Larry Tregoning start- Anderson. "We never really got
ed things off with a left handed to use the press."
hook from the key at 12:36, and The first half, though, seemed
George Pomey stole the ball, tip- like an entirely different game.
ped in one of Cazzie Russell's re- The Blue were not only outscor-
bounding shots 22 seconds later. ed, but badly outrebounded, 25- ALL - AMERICA DUN
Six seconds later it was Tre- 14. MSUT's Stan Washington, at truhoeo ori
goning's turn at a steal and Rus- 6'3", led all scorers with 18 points through one of four w
elltook off at ate foulne and all rebounders with eight, over Michigan State. R
make one of his patented right equalling the combined total of Wolverines'seventh str
hand-left hand-right hand dunk. Buntin and Darden. end of the 46-45 overa
Within 15 seconds Bill Buntin got Rebounding Hurts 'M' Buntin and Tregoningt
into the act, knocking the ball "Washington's rebounding key- nine each to lead Michig
out of the Spartans' possession, ed the first half," said Strack. Washington ended up w
getting it to Pomey, who led the "He played like a man possessed." State.
pack down court to make an easy Typical of his play was a slick After jumpers by Dar
layup and took the gas out of the tip-in off an in-bounds pass early tin and Pomey, Russel
MSU attack. ;in the opening stanza. But Wash- the score for Michigan

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Wrestlers

Romp

Wolverines Whitewash Indiana Foes, 30-0

BL Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON -- Michigan's
undefeated matmen pulled off a
wrestling rarity-a shutout-here
yesterday when they disposed of
the Hoosiers of Indiana, 30-0.
The Hoosiers thus became the
29th straight dual meet opponent
to fall victim to the third-ranked
Wolverines, who will journey to
Iowa next Saturday for the final
away meet of the season.
"The boys looked real aggres-
sive," said assistant coach Dennis
Fitzgerald after the meet. They
took advantage of every opportun-
ity they had."

In the opening bout of the after-
ternoon, Michigan's Bob Fehrs
turned what began as a tight
match into five team points when
he pinned Hoosier Larry Mann at
2:38 of the first period. It was
the fourth pin of the season for
the sophomore Fehrs, who leads
the team in that department.
Bay Pins
Back in the lineup for the sec-
ond time since a cast was removed
from his knee, Captain Rick Bay
gained the second fall of the day
over Indiana's Jim Black at 4:54.
The pin marked the first Big Ten
victory of the year for Bay, who
..hl..'

Fitgealdwa crefl o pi draew with Northwestern s btu
Fitzgerwas carefulo in t Marshall last weekend in his first
out, however, that Indiana was conference appearance.
hampered seriously by injuries.
Defending Big Ten 177-pound Wolverine Chris Stowell made it
champ Dick Isel, 123-pounder two pins in a row for the visitors,

Glen Hackell and 147-pounder
Dan Mudd all missed the meet
and will remain out of action this
year.

when he felled Hoosier Jim Tim-
mons at 4:16 of their match. The
victory was somewhat of a come-
back for Stowell who lost a de-;
ricin Wldla nfin Bn bI

-Daily-Richard Cooper
WOLVERINE HEAVYWEIGHT Bob Spaly attempts to pin Wild-
cat Ken Jaeggi in last week's meet against Northwestern. The
6'2" senior emerged with a 5-0 victory in that meet, and con-
tinued on his winning ways with a 4-3 decision over Dick Conway
in Michigan's 30-0 annihilation of Indiana yesterday.

-Daily-Kamalakar Rao
VKER Cazzie Russell goes up to pound
Nhich he made in yesterday's 98-83 victory
Russell led all scorers with 32 points in the
aight Big Ten win.

Perfect Shape t111LU V U4U'.jL11
The Wolverines, on the other' Evans last week.
hand, were in perfect siape phys- Narrow Decision
ically, and also seemed to have Aside from the pins, the after-
reached a peak in performance, noon's biggest attraction was a
as they once again showed them- low-scoring struggle at 130 pounds,.
selves to be "pinners," with three where Michigan's Doug Hornung
falls along with five decisions. held off Indiana's Bob Campbell.
Coach Cliff Keen has stressed the, for a 2-0 decision. Campbell, who
importance of "going for the pin" placed second in the Big Ten last
this year, and the team's 12 five- year and fourth in the NCAA, had
pointers are evidence of his suc- been expected to provide this stiff
cess. competition although bothered by
an injured knee. The victory rais-
ed Hornung's won-lost slate to
SE 4-0-1 in the Big Ten.
In the 137-pound division, Bill
!Johannesen captured his first w:n
of the Big Ten season with a 4-1
COLLEGE BASKETBALL decision over Hoosier Dave Mudd.
V 82lanova 77, St. Bonaventure 64
Penn 82, Harvard 64 Johannesen, hampered by injuries
Kansas 74, Oklahoma 57M_____-
Texas Tech 82, Southern Methodist 72j

earlier this season, has maintained
an 1-0-2 Big Ten record.
Kamman Wins
Coach Cliff Keen chose to
wrestle Jim Kamman in the 147
pound spot, giving junior Cal Jen-
kins a rest, and the sophomore
responded with a firm 5-0 shut-
out victory. It was the first Big
Ten appearance for Kamman, who
placed third in the 147-pound
class in the Midlands Tourney.
Lee Deitrick continued on his
winning way at 167 pounds, de-
feating Don Bennett, 6-1. It was
Deitrick's third straight Big Ten
victory, along with one draw.
In the afternoon's final duel,
Michigan heavyweight Bob Spaly

successfully protected his un-
blemished Big Ten slate with a
narrow 4-3 decision over Indiana's
Dick Conway.
Goose-Egged
123-lbs.-Fehrs (M) pinned Mann,
2:38.
130-tbs. -- Hornung (M) dec.
Campbell, 2-0.
137-lbs. - Johannesen (M) dec.
Mudd, 4-1.
147-lbs. -Kamman (M) dec.
Curths, 5-0.
157-lbs.--Deitrick (M) dec. Ben-
nett. 6-1.
167-lbs.-Bay (M) pinned Black,
4:54.
177-lbs.-- Stowell (M) pinned
Timmons, 4:16.
Hvywt.-Spaly (M) dec. Conway,
4-3.

all totals.
tied with
gan, while
ith 11 for
den, Bun-
1 knotted
at 45-45.

Leads Pack
Russell led all scorers with 32
points and pulled off four dunts.
two within 20 seconds in the sec-
ond stanza. But there was one in
the first half, when he spear-
headed four unguarded Wolver-
ines on a breakaway, that was
discounted, drawing loud disap-
proval from the strictly partisan
crowd. Strack explained that a
travelling violation had been call-

ington could pick up only three
points in the second half.
Commenting on the great gap
in rebounding in the first half,
Strack said "there's no simple ex-
planation. But we were just stand-
ing around. There just wasn't
enough movement. We finally got
to the boards in the second half."
In that second half the Blue
pulled down 31 rebounds to the
Spartans' 21, but were on the short

Buntin then stole the ball and
took a return pass from Darden
for a layup and the lead which
the Wolverines never relinquish-
ed.
Russell left the game with 3:30
remaining, and Buntin followed
AT MS U RELAYS:

after making his 19th point on a
free throw.
Craig Dill and Jim Myers saw
a good amount of action during
the game. Dill ended up with sev-
en points, picking up two "key
baskets."
As for the Big Ten race, Michi-
gan remains in the top spot with
a 7-0 record, while the Spartans
have yet to pick up a win.
"We haven't seen Illinois or Ohio
State," said Anderson, "but Min-
nesota and Indiana should give
Michigan quite a tussle."

Drake 66, North Texas 58 (ovt)
Providence 83, Duquesne 75
St. John's 82, Niagara 62
Notre Dame 94, Ohio U. 86
Davidson 83, Richmond 73
Tennessee 79, Vanderbilt 66
Penn State 59, Army 44
Duke 93, Wake Forest 80
Princeton 103, Dartmouth 64
Miami (0) 93, Western Michigan 68
Oklahoma State 52, Kansas State 49
Wichita 79, Cincinnati 64
NHL
Boston 5, Montreal 4
Chicago 3, New York 0
Toronto 2, Detroit 1
NBA
Cincinnati 108, Philadelphia 106
New York 123, Boston 113
Baltimore 123, Detroit 117
SWIMMING
Michigan State 60, Ohio State 45
WRESTLING
Michigan State 23, Ohio State 3
HOCKEY
Michigan Tech 3, Denver 0

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Second Half Surge

MICHIGAN

Tregoning f
Darden g
funtin e
Russell g
Pomey g
Myers
Dill
Thompson
Bankey
Clawson
Brown
Totals
MICHIGAN

7
14
6

G
5-9 3-
2-8 5-
-13 5-
-25 4-
-12 1-
1-6 0'
3-5 1
0-0 0-
0-0 3
0-2 0-1
0-0 0-1

MICHIGAN STATE
F R P T G F R P T
4 9 2 14 Vander Jagt 1 1-3 0-1 3 3 2
6 5 49 Crary f 5-13 4-5 5 2 14
6 9 3 19 Curtis c 8-17 6-7 9 3 22
5 6 1 32 Washington g 8-12 5-5 11 3 21
-2 1 1 13 Sanders g 8-12 0-1 6 1 16
-2 6 2 2 Miller 1-4 2-4 4 3 4
2 2 1 7 Holmes 1-2 0-0 1 1 2
-1 2 0 0 Shick 0-0 0-0 1 1 0
-4 0 1 3 Kupper 1-3 0-0 0 3 2

Bernard Captures
Only 'M' Track Win,

By HOWARD BOIGON
Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING-Captain Kent

0 1 0 0
-0 1 2 0
32 45 17 98
38 60--98

38-80 22-

Divjak 0-0 0- 0 0 1
Peterson 0-0 0-0 1 1
Totals 33-66 17-23 46 22 8
MICHIGAN STATE 43 40-8

Cagers Travel to Indiana
Hopin To Extend Streak
By BOB LEDERER got to win." He intends to gi
the Wolverines a brief work-c
After whipping Michigan State before heading for Indiana tl
98-83 yesterday, the Michigan afternoon.
cagers find themselves with only Mainstays
one day to catch their breaths The VanArdsdale twins are t
before encountering the Indiana mainstays of the Hoosier squa
Hoosiers tomorrow n i g h t at Tom was the scoring and reboun
Bloomington. ing leader two years ago, and Di
Indiana, ranked eighth best in led in those two departments 1
the nation, has compiled an im- year. The 6'5" senior forwa
pressive 15-2 record, but both of have both been averaging close
these defeats have come in Big 17 points per game this seas
Ten action-against Illinois, 86- with Tom holding a slightr
81, and Iowa, 74-68. Michigan, bounding edge.
ranked first in the country with Jon McGlocklin, a center-tur
a 15-2 record, is undefeated in ed-guard, is right behind t
seven conference outings. twins in scoring with a 16.5 poi
Indiana defeated Northwestern average. The 6'5" senior is sho
86-76 last night to remain in a ing a commendable .576 from t
tie for third place in the Big Ten, field. Indiana was without a t
Michigan basketball Coach Dave man last year, and 'McGlock
Strak pronounced his team in often was pitted against opposi
"real good condition" to play "40 centers who had five inches
tough minutes" in a game "we've him. Nevertheless, he wound
thirteenth among conference sc
Big Ten Standings ing leaders with a 15.7 average
Problem Solved

d Bernard's meet and Jenison Field
o House record-setting victory in
3 the 600-yard run was Michigan's
lone first place in the Michigan
State Relays here last night.
No team scores were kept in
this meet which is considered the
opener for the midwestern indoor
track season.' Twenty-seven teams
with over 300 contestants enter-
ed the relays, breaking four re-
ive lay records and three field house
out marks. One meet record was tied
his and three field house marks were
also matched.
Bernard, in folirth place with
the 150 yards to go, put on a blaz-
ad: ing burst of speed, passed the
ld- leader with 50 yards left in the
ick race, and won going away. His
ast time of 1:10.6 tied the meet and
ds field house records, set by Mis-
to souri's Greg Pelster a year ago.
son In probably Michigan's strong-
est event, three Wolverines placed

in the top five of the shot put
finals. Bill Yearby's toss of 55'
earned him a second place. Jack
Harvey finished third at 54'3" and
Steve Leuchtman was fifth with
a throw of 50'10".
Carl Ward took a second place
in the 60-yard dash with a time
of :06.3, .1 of a second behind
winner Charlie Brown of Missouri.
' Dorie Reid finished fifth.
In other field events, Bob Den-
sham took a second in the high
jump with a leap of 6'5", fin-
ished behind Missouri's Steve
Herndon who cleared 6'8". Dick
Wells took a third in the pole
, valut at 14'4", only two inches
r short of the winner. George Can-
amare was fifth with a vault of
13'6"
In the 70-yard high hurdles,
John Henderson was fourth be-
hind Spartan Gene Washington's
record of :08.4. Michigan's dis-
tance medley relay team of Bob
Gerometta, Dan Hughes, Des Ry-
an and Jim Mercer was also
fourth.

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Conference Al Games
W L Pct. W L Pct.

MICHIGAN 7
Minnesota 6
Iowa 6
1 Indiana 5
11 inois 5
Purdue 2
Qhio State 2
Nortwsertern 2
Wisconsin 1
Michigan St. 0

0
1
2
2
2
5
5
5
6
8

1.000 15 2
.857 14 3
.750 12 6
.714 15 2
.714 14 3
.286 9 8
.286 8 9
.286 6 11.
.143 7 10
.000 4 13

.882
.823
.667
.882
.823
.529
.471
.353
.411
.235

The problem of finding a pivot
man has been somewhat solved
with the emergence of 6'8" Ron
Peyser and 6'7" Larry Cooper,
both of whom have seen action in
all the Indiana contests. Peyser
has been averaging close to ten
points per game, Cooper close to
five.
The fifth starter on the Indiana
quintet is Steve Redenbaugh, a
6'2" senior guard. Redenbaugh,
who averaged 9.6 points per game
last year, has been averaging 11.5
points in this campaign.

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MICHIGAN 98, Michigan State 83
Iowa 82, Ohio State 81
Minnesota 105, Illinois 90
Purdue 83, Wisconsin 74
Indiana 86, Northwestern 76

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