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TUESDAY, 16 FEBRUARY 1965

Cager
Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON - Six clutch
free throws by Larry Tregoning
and Cazzie Russell, on one-and-
one situations, keyed Michigan's
96-95 two-overtime victory over
Indiana here last night.
Twice Captain Tregoning step-
ped to the free throw line to
sink his first attempt and then
his bonus shot. His first two foul
shots tied the game at 81-81, cli-
maxing a rally that brought the
Wolverines from seven points be-
hind within the last 56 seconds of
regulation play.
This sent the game into the
first five-minute overtime and
it was Tregoning again who scor-
ed twice from the free throw line
to give the Wolverines another
chance at victory. This time Tre-
goning's two shots put Michigan
behind by two points with 26
seconds left in the period. Caz-
zie Russell tied the game again
with a jump shot after Ron Pey-
ser had missed his first one-on-
one free throw attempt.-
'M' in Front
Russell's two free throws with
45 seconds remaining in the sec-
ond overtime period put Michi-
gan in front, 96-95. Indiana then
Big Ten Standings
Conference All Games
W L Pct. W L Pct.
Michigan 8 0 1.000 16 2 .888
Minnesota 6 1 .857 14 3 .824
Iowa 6 2 .750 12 6 .667
Illinois 5 2 .714 13 4 .765
Indiana 5 3 .625 15 3 .833
Purdue 3 5 .375 10 8 .556
Ohio State 2 5 .286 8 9 .471
Northwestern 2 6 .250 6 12 .333
Wisconsin 1 6 .143 7 10 .412
Michigan St., 0 8 .000 4 13 .235
LAST NIG$IT'S RESULTS
Michigan 96, Indiana.95 (2 ovt)
Purdue 92, Northwestern 87

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Hoosiers

in Double- Overtime,

96-95

lost the ball on an offensive foul
but regained it with 20 seconds
left when Bill Buntin was called
for travelling. Jon McGlocklin's
lasst shot was blocked down by
Buntin before it reached the bas-:
ket and the game was over at
last.
Indiana hit four more field goals
during the game than did Michi-
gan but the Wolverines connect-
ed on "30 of 38 free throw at-
tempts to determine the outcome'
of the game. "That's a sweet
one for us to win!" exclaimed a
tired but jubilant Coach Dave
Strack in the dressing room after
the game.
Big Ten Leader
The victory_ kept Michigan on1
top of the Big Ten standings with
an 8-0 record while Indiana sunk
into fifth place with its third.
conference defeat. Minnesota witl
one loss and Iowa and Illinois
with itwo losses are still in con-t
tention for the conference cham-
pionship
"Trigger's foul shots were real
clutch plays," commented Stracka
who also had words of praise fors
junior guard John Thompson who
made two baskets in the second
half after entering the game withs
only two minutes to go. He also
scored two field goals in the first
overtime. "I put in John to press. l
and he came up with some fin't
shots," said Strack.e
Besides Thompson, the only oth-G
er substitute Strack used was jun-a
ior forward Jim Myers who re-p
placed Oliver Darden after hep
fouled out early in the secondv
half. Tregonin, limped off the
court for a few moments in theg
first overtime period but reenter-a
ed the game with 36 secondst
left. It was only 11 seconds later
that his two free throws broughtc

was not doing much better with
a 39.6 percentage.
Michigan turned the ball over
to the Hoosiers 15 times during
the game while Indiana only had
8 turnovers. But the Wolverines
outrebounded the Hoosiers, 72-60
Buntin Hits Two
Dick VanArsdale fouled Bun-
tin with 56 seconds remaining
in regulation play and the score
81-75 in favor of Indiana. A one-
on-one bonus situation was in
effect and Buntin made good on
both attempts. Indiana took the
play down court and Tom Van-
Arsdale was fouled. He also had a
one-on-one situation but missed
the first shot.
Michigan got the rebound with
51 seconds remaining. Thompson
took a 30-foot jump shot and
brought the Blue to within four
points. Michigan's press caused
the Hoosiers to turn the ball over
and Michigan called time out with
25 seconds left on the clock.
Blue Within Two
The ball was brought in and
Buntin connected to bring the
Wolverines to within two. Michi-

The score was 70-67 with Indi- --.......----- - - --- -
ana in possession of the ball. They
took it down court but it was
thrown out of bounds and Mich ie, FaSpark Swim in
igan regained control. Tregoninl
made a driving layup and wa,
fouled. He connected on his lord By BOB McFARLAND onds better than that - of the of the relay. The Wolverine record
foul shot to tie the score at 70- second-place finisher, Terry Town- in the event is :47,8.
apiece. The Michigan tankers accom- send of Indiana. The tower diving event was won
Indiana scored on a foul shot plished a feat Saturday at Matt Schmidt Wins by the Wolverines' Ed Boothman.
by Tom VanArsdale. Meyers then rMann Pool which had not been In one of the closest matches of He chalked up 234.155 points fin-
byrale TomnVan sdb.e.2Myers9the
connected on a short jump shot to the day, Fred Schmidt, one of ishing with a comfortable margin
give Michigan its first lead since The Wolverines defeated Indi- Indiana's three Olympians, barely over Indiana's Greg Shuff who
12:01 of the first period. ana in a dual meet by a score of edged out Robie in the 200-yard totaled 203.60 markers. Taking a
Indiana then built up tlie scor 70-53, snapping the Hoosiers' dual butterfly by :00.15 seconds. third place in the event, normally
o 7-he srorgnmeet winning streak at 47. Schmidt's winning time of 1:54.18' not seen in a dual meet, was
started a stall. At 2:25 left in the Carl Robie and Bill Farley, cracked the pool mark, and Robie's Greg Shuff of Michigan.
game with Michigan behind 72- Michigan's two Olympic swim- clocking of 1:54.33 established a Breaking another varsity rec-
78 Michigan called a time out and mers, led the Wolverines to vic- varsity record for Michigan. ord, Wolverine Paul Scheerer
replaced Meyers with Thompson tory in Saturday's action. Farley Robie finished second behind churned his way to a first-place
to help on defense. took three first-place finishes for Farley in the 1000-yard freestyle finish in the 200-yard breaststroke
Wolverines Comeback Michigan, while Robie earned one and gained his first in the 200-: defeating another Hoosier Olym-
first and placed second in two yard IM. pian, Tom Tretheway, in the
Indiana built the score up to events. The pgir accounted for 29 Big Surprise process.
81-74 before the Wolverines start of Michigan's 70 points. . "The big surprise of the day was----
ed their comeback. i +.nU7A4..n7.,, m

LARRY TREGONING
the Wolverines to within twc
points of the Hoosiers. Strack
said that Tregoning went back
into the game with a swollen
ankle, but after the game the
swelling had gone down.

'M' Takes Lead -an then employed a full-court
Michigan took the lead in the press in which Thompson was able
second overtime on George Pom- to get a jump ball. Tregoning got
ey's field goal. Tom VanArsdale the ball and with 11 seconds re-
had a chance to tie it up but only ;maining was fouled. He connect-
hit on his second free throw at- ed on both free throw attempts
tempt. Russell and VanArsdale to tie the score 81-all and force
each missed free throws before the game into overtime.
VanArsdale scored on a break- Michigan started off the sec-
away with 56 seconds left. This and half on the short side of a 50-
put the Hoosiers on top by one 44 score. There was an exchange
point and set up Russell's game- of shots and with 17:50 remain-
winning free throws. ing the score was 55-49.
Russell did not score a field Buntin then made two quick
goal in the second half of play baskets, a short jumper and ther.
as the Wolverines were cold from a tip-in to bring the score to wit;.
the floor during most of the game. ;in two points. Michigan didn't get
tichigan shot a meager 37.9 per that close again until there wast
cent from the floor and Indiana 7:41 left in the game.

The first half was a close back
and forth battle until 1:35 was
left in the half and Indiana ahead
44-42. Indiana then scored six
quick points on baskets by Pey.
ser, Redenbaugh and Dick Van.
Arsdale. That made the score 50
42 with 10 seconds to go.
Russell then connected on hi'
last field goal of the game and
brought the score to 50-44 a'
the buzzer went off.,
'Sweet Win'

Extra Effort
Speaking of the star tankers,
Coach Gus Stager said yesterday
that "Farley and Robie were called
on to do something extra against
Indiana which swimmers seldom
have to do. They both swam in
three events, and turned in good
performances in every one of
them."
Farley finished first in the
1000-yard freestyle, the 500-yard
freestyle, and the 200-yard free-
style, setting a pool and varsity
record in the 1000-yard event with
a time of 10:29.49. Opening up a
big lead, Farley's time in the 500-
yard freestyle was over 13 sec-
SCHWABEN INN

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ce lower aving, " tager com-
ments. "We thought we had a
good chance in the 400-yard med-
ley, but we didn't think it would
take a split of :46.9 by Rich Walls
to win the event," he adds. Walls
swam the 100-yard freestyle leg

Tregoning
Darden
Biuntin
Russell
I'omey
Myers
Thompson
Totals

MICHIGAN
G F R P T
7-19 6-6 11 4 20
3-8 5-6 6 5 11
9-12 5-10 13 3 23
6-27 11-13 103 23
2-5 3-3 4 3 7
2-9 0-0 9 4 4
4-7 0-0 1 3 8
33-87 30-38 53 25 96
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Totals
MICHIGAN
INDIANA

G F R P T
11-25 5-11 11 5 27
6-16 9-10 9 5 21
2-4 1-2 3 4 5
6-13 1-2 2 3 3
4-15 4-6 10 4 12
2-10 1-2 6 3 5
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By HOWARD BOIGON
Saturday's track meet at East
Lansing, the Michigan State Re-
lays, may have seemed disappoint-
ing to some Wolverine fans, but
such is not the case.
"We were experimenting," said
Assistant Coach Dave Martin. "Of
course we were disappointed, but
we're preparing for the Big Ten
Indoor Meet and we've been trying
many different combinations."
No official tabulations were
kept in the meet, considered the
opener for the indoor season in
the Midwest, but it was apparent
ghat Michigan did not finish a.
well as expected. The Wolverines
were able to grab only one first,
along with a couple of seconds and
SCORES
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Missouri 92, Nebraska 74
Wichita 80, Loyola (Chi) 77
Alabamna 9©, LSU 78.
oklahoma St. 68, Kansas 64 (4 ovt)
Oklahoma 80, Kansas St.,65
Georgetown (Ky) 82, Union (Ky) 73
Auburn 87, Tulane 73
Colorado 79, Iowa State 71
Southern Illinois 93, Tennessee St. 59
Concordia (Minn) 67, G. Adolphus 43

thirds, as Missouri and Michigan
State ran off with the majority
of top spots.
Bright Spots
There were, however, some
bright spots. Strong showings were
made by men recently added to
the squad, and this, coupled with
the juggling done by the coaches,
indicates that things weren't as
bad as they seemed.
The 60-yd. dash featured one of
the many surprises of the night.
Carl Ward, a halfback on the
football team, came up with a fine
second-place finish, as favored
Dorie Reid fell to fifth. "I got
caught in the blocks," Dorie said,
"and couldn't make up the lost
ground," The event was won with
a time of 0:6.2,which Reid had
equalled in qualifying for the
finals.
Bill Yearby, another ex-foot-
baller, threw 55'3" in the shotput,
a toss normally good enough to
win, but he hadn't reckoned with
Gene Crews of Missouri. Crews
got off a tremendous heave of
58'10%/" to take first, while Jack
Harvey placed third for the Wol-
verines, with Steve Leuchtman

fifth. the 70-yard high hurdles. Roy
Dick Wells turned in a personal Woodton, Michigan's other hurd-
best of 14'4" in the pole vault, ler, has been hampered by a sore
only to lose by 2 inches. Ted leg, and his return to full strength
Benedict was likewise victimized, will provide the Wolverines with
as he had his best time of 9:20.0 two promising contenders in this
in the two mile run, but lost to event.
the NCAA cross country cham- Juggled
pion who ran 9:01.4. Experimentation was clearly
Captain Kent Bernard came up evident in Michigan's relay teams.
with his usual winning perform- Both the mile and two mile four-
ance in the 600-yd. run, coming somes were juggled from last
from behind in one of the even- week's combinations, as t h e
ing's most exciting events. The coaches are setting their sights for
high jump saw Bob Densham take the Big Ten Championship.
second with a leap of 6'5", three[ The Wolverines' next meet is
inches behind the winner. 'with Penn State, Friday evening
Newcomer John Henderson, an- (7:30) at Yost Field House, and
other member of last fall's foot- Martin states that much experi-
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