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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, 17 FEBRUARY 1965

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Michigan Savors

Overtime

Pe DO OR DIE:
ay Icers Meet State in Rematch

By BOB LEDERER
What has to be labeled the most
exciting game of the year by the
fans and "the most important ex-
citing game" by basketball Coach
Dave Strack is now history but
hardly forgotten'.
Making up an 81-74 deficit in
the last 56 seconds of regulation
play, the Wolverines turned what
Strack called "a slim chance" in-
to reality bringing back memories
of the 80-78 victory over Prince-
ton. Bill Buntin hit a free throw,
John Thompson a 25-footer, and
then Buntin came back with a
Iayup to bring the score to 81-79

Indiana. Larry Tregoning, who
was six for siv from the free
throw line, made good his two
foul shots to knot the score be-
fore the buzzer sounded.
Another comeback by the Mich-
igan cagers was necessary to tie
the score in the first overtime.
The Hoosiers had a four point
lead, but Tregoning scored two
points from the charity stripe be-
fore Cazzie Russell tipped in a
bucket to bring the score to 92-
92.
Of the seven points scored in
the second overtime, the Wolver-
ines accounted for four of them.;
Pomey's quick basket and Rus-

Cagers Hold First Spot
In Poll for Third Week

By The Associated Press
Michigan, ranked number one by
by the Associated Press for the
third straight week in the college
basketball poll, continued to hold
a commanding lead with 23 first
place votes and 349 points.
The Wolverines, who won their
16th game in 18 starts Monday
night by nipping Indiana, 96-95
In double overtime, increased their
lead over second-place UCLA to
54 points.
UCLA held second place with
five first*place votes and 29F
points. The Bruins, 18-2, downed,
Washington a n d Washington
State in last week's action. The
voting was based on games
through last Saturday.
Providence, the nation's only un-
baten major team, 'advanced one
place after lifting its record to
18-0 with victories over St. Fran-
cis, Pa., and Duquesne. The Friars
were named the top team on five
ballots and picked up 266 points
overall.
St. Joseph's, Pa., fell back a
notch to fourth although it boost-
ed its mark to 21-1 by beating
Albright and Temple. The Hawks'
lone setback was-to Providence.
Indiana moved up one place tc

seventh on the strength of vic-
tories over Michigan State ana
Northwestern. The Hoosiers are
15-3 after their loss to Michigan.
Tennessee soared to eighth place
after beating Vanderbilt. The Vols
17-2 overall, lead the Southeast-
ern Conference with a 9-1 slate
Minnesota rushed up to grab the
No. 9 position. The Gophers trim-
med Illinois 105-90.
The losses suffered by Vander-
bilt and Illinois dropped each
from the rankings. Vandy was
seventh a week ago and Illinois
10th.
The Top Ten, figured on a 10-9-
8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis, with first
place votesrin parentheses, won-lost
records through Saturday, Feb. 13
and total points:
1. MICHIGAN (23) 15-2 349
2. UCLA (5) 18-2 295
3. Providence (5) 18-0 266
4. St. Joseph's (Pa) (4) 21-1 259
5. Davidson 21-1 217
6. Duke 16-2 178
7. Indiana 15-2 134
8. Tennessee 17-2 86
9. Minnesota 13-3 64
10. Wichita 15-4 45
Others receiving votes, listed al-
phabetically: Brigram Young, Con-
necticut, 1ePaul, Illinois, Iowa,
Kansas, Miami of Florida, Miami of
Ohio, New Mexico, Oklahoma State,
Penn State, St. John's (NY), San
Francisco, Vanderbilt, Villanova.

sell's two free throws were un-
nmatched by Tom VanArsdale's
three points.
Low Percentage
Although the nation's first and
eighth-ranked teams shot a me-
diocre 37.9 and 36.9 percentag,.
respectively from the field, Strack
praised the Hoosiers for playing
"at the top of their ability." He
said that their hustle and team-
work overshadowed their relative-
ly poor shooting percentage.
How do you pick a star in such
a game? Russell scored 23 points
to share Michigan scoring hon,
ors with Buntin. Although he did
not connect on a single field goal.
in the second half, Cazzie's tip-
in brought thergame into double-
overtime where his two free
throws "won" the game.
Buntin scored 17 points in the
second half topping both teams
in rebounds with 13. In addition,I
he blocked Steve Redenbaugh's
last-second, all-or-nothing shot tc
insure the Wolverine victory.
Thompson came off the bench
with two minutes to play in reg-
ulation time and began shooting
Ohio State Tickets
Tickets for Saturday's basket-
ball game with Ohio State at
Yost Field House will be on sale
to students, faculty and staff I
all day today at the Athletic
Administration Building ticket
window for $1.
as if he had been warming upr
for 20 minutes. His four field goals
were obviously instrumental in the
two ties, later the victory.,
Pomey's Press
George Pomey, renowned for his
ability to pursue the enemy with
the determination of a Mountie.
scored a valuable two points in
the final overtime. His seven-point
game total does not indicate the
leadership he showed in Michi-
gan's varied defenses.j
Indiana's leading scorers werc
the VanArsdales, Tom with 27
points and Dick with 21. Reden-
baugh and Ron Peyser each scor-j
ed 12 points in the losing cause.

-Associated Press

Heads-Up Play Makes Read Tall

By DALE SIELAFF
"If a small man learns tQ keep.
his head up, he won't get hit."
So say both Michigan hockey
Coach Al Renfrew and Wolver-
ine Marty Read. Both men shoul4
know. Renfrew has coached some
of the best small men in college
hockey, and Read, at 5T8", 160
is one of the smallest players on
the Michigan squad.
Commenting on Read's size
Renfrew stated, "A man his size
has got to be smart. Marty's a.
good skater who doesn't get hurt
He's smart enough to get away
with it."
Through the first 21 games this
season, Read has equalled his goal
total of last year with seven. Three
of those goals came within the
final three minutes of the first
Michigan-Colorado game to give,
the Wolverines a 7-5 win.
Best Game
"That was my best game," Read
recalled, "it was the first hat trick
I ever scored. But the best game
we've played this year yas the
time we beat Michigan Tech, 6-1."
Marty's seventh goal of the sea-
son closed out the scoring in that
game.
Read has also been involved in
Renfrew's frequent line changes
lie's played with three different
lines, as a right winger.
"I started the season with Wilf
(Martin) and Alex (Hood," Mar
ty commented, "and now I'm back'
with them. I like playing with
Mel (Wakabayashi) the best. He
can really set you up. When yor
change lines like that, you have
to learn each other's moves -

everybody's are different. It takes
about a week, but you have to
make the, adjustment. It gives
you experience, and you need al'
the experience you can get in this
league."
A junior from Regina, Sas-
katchewan, Marty feels the tough-
est play for any wing is to come
in along the boards and get off
a good shot, or a centering pass.
At the same time Renfrew callE
Marty's slap shot to the far cor-
ner his best play.
Good Backchecker
Renfrew also feels Marty. has
"improved in his overall play over
last year, especially his back-
checking. We've never used him
as a penalty killer. He's up and
down the ice on his wing more
than some of the other players,

and we prefer using men like
Pierre Dechaine to kill penalties1
As for skating, Marty's a good,
strong skater.
Marty also can claim the long-
est goal scored by Michigan this
season. In the first game against
the Spartans, he cleared the puck
from inside his own blue line and
into the open State net to ice the
6-3 victory. Commenting on the
goal, Read stated, "I was trying
to score. With an ,open net, I
wasn't looking for just a clearing
pass."
At 22, Marty will close out his
collegiate hockey career this year
and has no future plans as far a'
hockey is concerned. In the School
of Education, Marty is looking
forward to a, physical education
and history teaching career.

BACK IN THE SADDLE-Indiana's Larry Cooper is nearly faked
onto the back of Michigan's Larry Tregoning as the latter faked
a shot against the Hoosiers in Bloomington Monday. Tregoning
scored 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in the Wolverines'
96-95 double overtime =victory.
REMAIN IN BIG TEN RACE:
Gophers Score Victory
At, Wisconsin; Illiiii Win
By The Associated Press The Badgers set the pace for the
MADISON -Minnesota kept first 13 minutes before Hudson
aliv hoes or ts frstBigTenput the Gophers in front to stay
basketball title since 1937 by with a jump shot, making th
brushing aside upset-minded Wis- count 31-30.
consin 101-91 last night. Minnesota, which broke through
Hudson, a 6-foot-S junior, zoneand full court presses, took
Lou Hdoa6fo- uir a 49-41 halftime lead as they hit
rallied the Gophers after a slow on 22 of 33 field goal attempts,
start and took scoring honors a hefty 66.7 per cent in marks-
with 34 points as his mates boost- manship.
ed their conference record to 7-*
1, one game behind league-lead- CHAMPAIGN - Don Freeman
ing Michigan. whipped in 26 points and led Illi-
Wisconsin stung the Gophers nois to a 95-72 basketball victory
by jumping into an early lead. over Ohio State last night in a
Big Ten basketball game.
. .Illinois led most of the way
Big Ten Standings and held a 44-35 haltime lead. It
was Illinois' sixth victory in eight
w L Pct. conference games and kept the Il-
MICHIGAN 8 0 1.000
Minnesota 7 "1 .875 lini in contention for the Big Ten
Iowa6 2 .750 Tcn title.
Illinois 6 2 .750 Bogie Redmon followed Free-
indiana 5 3 .625
Purllue 2 6 .250 man with 19 points and Skip
Ohio state 2 6 .250 Thoren and Tal Brody had 18
Wisconsin 1 7 .125 each for Illinois.
Michigan State o 8 .000
Ohio State's Dick Ricketts fin-
ished with 24 points.
HSn: The victory lifted Illinois into a
third place tie with Iowa in the
~r ~Big Ten standings.

By JIM TINDALL
. Michigan's hockey team heads
into a key two and one-half weeks
tonight as the Blue meet Michi-
gan State at the Coliseum at f
p.m.I
The prize at stake is a spot ir
the WCHA playoffs. Only four of
the seven teams in the league will
play in the post-seaspn tourna-
ment. The two playoff winners
have, in the past, been the West-
ern representatives to the NCAA
tournament which the Wolverinesj
won last year.
"We have five big games left,
one with State and two each with
Minnesota and Michigan Tech,'
said Coach Al Renfrew yesterday
"The week off we had has helped
us. We are in better shape than
we were the last time we played
State. That goes for both menta
and physical preparedness.
"When we played them before
we had played five games in nine.
days, and just weren't able to get
up for another game. Now we
are rested, and the boys know
what they have to do. As for
physical injuries, everyone ir
healthy including Barry MacDon
ald, who has had knee trouble.
and Bob Baird, who had slight
heart trouble."
State Has Edge
Michigan State holds a 2-3
edge on the Blue in this season's
games. Michigan won the first
game of the series in East Lans-
ing by a score of 6-3. In that
contest the Wolverines scorec'
three goals in the last five mm-
utes of play to win. But Michi-
gan lost both games of a home-
away series, 7-4 and 6-2.
With teams that Renfrew called
"so equal," anything can happen
"We had a good chance to beat
them at Lansing in the secont'
game, but we couldn't put the
puck in the net.
"Now everything is coming
down to the wire. We have five
games left to play, as does State.
They stand 5-4 in the conference
while we are 6-7. State has a
slight advantage in fighting for
the playoff spot in that they play
the remainder of their games at
home, while we have two at home
1and two away.
"Minnesota is not assured of P
playoff spot either because they
only have an 8-6 record with four
games left to play, so it will be
real close all the way.
c"If there should be a tie in th
standings, then the places will
be decided on the basis of the
difference between goals for an
goals against. This is a change i-
the rule which used to base the
placing on a team's overal rec-
ord. This doesn't put us in a very
good position 'since we lost by
high scores to Tech and Minneso-
ta."
WCHA Standings
W L T
North Dakota 8 2 0
Michigan Tech 8 5 1
Minnesota 8 6 0
Michigan State 5 4 0
3 MICHIGAN 6 7 0
Denver 3 6 1
Colorado College 2 10 0
Games Left to Play: North Da-
kota 6, Michigan Tech 4, Minne-
sota 4, Michigan State 5, MICHI-
t GAN 5, Denver 2, Colorado College

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two schools this season. Volmar
ranks third among State scorers
behind Doug Roberts and Chuck
Jacobson.

Roberts, MSU's top scorer, has Huskies of Michigan Tech will
three goals and two assists in wind up the pucksters' regular
the series, while Jacobson has hit season play.
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This weekend the icemen will
journey to Minneapolis to con-
tinue their drive for a third or
fourth place spot in the WCHA.
The two game away series against
the Gophers, combined with a two
game home series against the

Renfrew looks for a "tough the nets for one goal and four as-
game" with Michigan State. He sists.
commented yesterday that, "they Spartans Hot
have a real fine hockey team. The Spartans have won five
Their strong points have been de- of their last six games, and have
fense and goaltending. When we the same incentive of a playoff
played them at Lansing, they were spot driving them on. Renfrew
very tough in front of their own said, "I am sure that they will
net especially when he had a one be as fihed up as we are, with
man advantage-they picked up everything at stake, but I think
our men in front of the net real that we are ready."
well and didn't give them a chance In the latest Wolverines' scor-
for any rebounds." State goalies ing statistics, Mel Wakabayashi
Jerry Fisher, Alex Terpay and Car' leads the team in scoring with
Howell have allowed 3.7 goals per 33 points, good for a fourth place
game this season, but "came up in the WCHA individual race, and
with some great stops when we the 155-pound center also hr; the
played them." fewest penalties on the team, none
Michigan's defense will have for the year. Captain Wilfred
to stop several of the Spartan Martin is five points off the pace
scorers that have been offensive; but leads the team in goals scor-
thorns in the sides of the Wol- ed with 20. Pierre Dechaine, Alex
verines. One of the most trouble. Hood, and Bob Ferguson are third.
some of these is Doug Volmar fourth, and fifth, respectively.

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Keen Looks Ahead to Iowa

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By BOB CARNEY
Last Saturday Indiana's college
newspaper, the Daily Student,
prophesied that its wrestlers just
might be the first team in three
years to knock off the third-
ranked Michigan Wolverines.
Sunday, Indiana's college news-
paper, the Daily Student, offered
a descriptive match-by-match ac-
count of an unheard-of 30-0 mat
shutout-withMichigan holding
the "edge."
The Hoosiers were convinced.
Keen Not Convinced
It appears, however, that it will
take more than a 30-0 shutout to
convince Michigan's Coach Cliff
Keen-convince him, that is, that
his team is ready to take its third
straight Big Ten title.,
"We're not that good. Indi-
ana's not that bad," Keen said
candidly Monday as his Wolver-
ines began preparation for Satur-
day's meet at Iowa.
"We were awfully fired-up, and
they were badly crippled," he
added. "It's difficult to compare
teams under those circumstances.
You can be sure they'll be much
tougher by the time the confer-
ence meet rolls around (March
5-6, in Ann Arbor) ."
But if Keen wasn't particular-
ly impressed by Saturday's score,
he was pleased with 1) the fact
that his team had cast its fifth
straight Big Ten opponent by the
wayside with only two conference
foes left on the agenda; and 2v

that three of his wrestlers scor-
ed falls in whipping their Hoos-
ier counterparts.
Go for Fall
Keen has been stressing the im-
portance of going for the fall and
the near-fall season, and his mat-
men now lead the league in that
department.
Bob Fehrs opened the meet with
a quick first-period fall on his
123-pound opponent Larry Nunn.
It was the fourth pin of the sea-
son for the undefeated sophomore,
who is leading the team in that
category.
Captain Rick Bay was the sec-
ond Wolverine of the afternoon to
fell his opponent when he put
away Jim Black in the second
period of their 167-pound match
Bay used a bar lock and a half-
nelson to gain the fall, which
game him his third conference win
of the season.
Stowell's Third
Chris Stowell followed in the
177-pound division with the meet's
third .pin, also his third of the
season. Stowell combined a leg
scissors and an armlock to whir
Hoosier Jim Timmons.
Asked if Saturday's one-sided
score, coupled with the fact that
the Wolverines are strong favor-
ites at Iowa before their Home-
coming meet with MSU climaxes
the season would cause a mental
letdown, Keen was sure it would
not.
"The boys realize that we are
improving, and we must continue

to improve," he said. "We're going
to have to be at our best to lick
State-they're a great team."
Keen cited the Spartans'
crushing 22-3 victory over Ohio
State last weekend as evidence of
their prowess.
For a second reason a letdown
doesn't appear likely at this time:
At several positions the wrestler
who's to see action in the Big
Ten Meet hasn't yet been chosen.
-. attles for Position
The position battles at 147 and
130 are good examples. This week-
nd Keen went with Jim Kamman
at 147, and the sophomore scored
a strong 5-0 shutout win; but
Cal Jenkins, who wrestled at that
spat in the other four conference
meets, is also undefeated.
The competition at 130 between
Doug Hornung and Dave Dozeman
is similarly very close, as are the
battles in a couple of other divi-
sions.
With these facts in mind Keer
continues to look ahead for im-
provement. He wants to be con-
vinced.

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