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Icemen Faceoff Against Sioux

Wolverine Wrestlers To Face Pittsburgh

Michigan's hockey team rolls
into this weekend's two-game
series against North Dakota on
the crest of four consecutive
The Blue will square off against
the Sioux at 8 p.m. tonight and
tomorrow night in the Coliseum.
Three of those wins came in the
Boston Area Holiday Tournament
which the Wolverines won by
beating Harvard, 4-2, Northeast-
ern, 7-2, and Boston College, 4-3.

The fourth victory came at the
expense of Cornell, 7-1, in Ithaca.
Michigan coach Al Renfrew will
be meeting ND coach Bob Peters,
whom Renfrew recruited as a
freshman icer for the Sicux when
he was head coach there in 1957.
Speed Skating
Renfrew also commented yes-
terday that he expects "to see a
lot of fast 'skating from the
North Dakota team. They have
done well this year, and were one
of the pre-season favorites along

with Denver, Michigan Tech, and
us for the conference title."
North Dakota is tied with the
Blue and Michigan Tech for sec-
ond place in the WCHA with a
2-2 record. Overall, North Dakota
bas won nine games while losing
three, averaging 5.4 goals on
offense and allowing 2.8 goals on
defense. ,
The Sioux split two road games
over the holiday season, winning
7-0 at Waterloo, Iowa, and losing
6-4 at Rochester, N.Y., to mem-

ber teams of the United States
Hockey League. By BUD WILKINSON
team that finished in fifth place An injury-riddled Wolverine
in the WCHA with a 5-8-1 record wrestling squad travels to Pitts-
are goalie Joe Lech, centers burgh Saturday to face the Uni-
Gerry Kell and Dave Mazur, and versitw of Pittsburgh in an at-r
wings Terry Casey, Bill Wilms tempt to run its consecutive dual
and Ken Walters. Coach Peters meet victory string to 24.
is also. pleased about the return
of 1962-63eAll-America, and 1964 For Pittsburgh, a team which1
Olympic star defenseman, Don Michigan defeated 18-6 last year,c
Ross. it will be the first dual meet of
Peters put several sophomores the season, and although Michi-1
on the ice in his starting lines. gan may have the edge in meetr
Those epreparation, it is severely handi-1
hose expected to see action to- capped by the loss of four first-
night and tomorrow are Dennms string grapplers due to injuries.
Textall, Tom Iannone, Bob Lillo,stigrapesdeoinue.j
Brian Strimbiski and Dave Jan- Costly Casualties
away. All of them are wings. Michigan 's four casualties are
Peters hopes that these youngsters captain Rick Bay, lettermen Lee
will be able to fill the gaps left Deitrick, Bill Johannesen, and
by graduation in the Sioux lineup. Chris Stowell. All four were in-
At Long Last jured in the Wolverines' holiday
Michigan did not meet North meets with Penn State and Cor-
Dakota at any time last year. The nell.
Sioux were eliminated in the quest The most serious of the ail-
for the McNaughton trophy by ments is a knee injury sustained
Denver, and then the Pioneers by Bay. Coach Cliff Keen said
yesterday that he "didn't know
when he will be able to wrestle
Gym ijeet again. You just can't predict
The Wolverine g y m n a s t i c when a knee injury like that will
squad will hold an intrasquad heal."
meet tonight at 7:30 in the Johannesen and defending Big
gym room at the Intramural Ten, champion Dietrick are out
Building, with ankle injuries while Stowell
Newt Loken's fine sopho- has been bothered by a bad knee.
mores will take on the rest of According to Keen, they "may be
the team. ready for the Big Ten opener
against Illinois. We'll just have
bested the Wolverines 6-1 in Ann I to wait and see."
Arbor. Tough Team
The most notable change in the Keen ranks Pittsburgh as one of
play of the Wolverines over the 'the best .teams in the East, on a
holidays was the improvement of par with Penn State. and Cornell
the defense. The play of Greg whom Michigan defeated. "We
Page in the nets, along with that really have a handicap which will
of Tom Polonic, Barry MacDon- be hard t overcome against a
a1,d_ Rnnk- r nanrl and T~d Iteam like that."

Tino Lambros, who will step in
at 123 pounds, gained prominence
by defeating Cornell's Bob Stock
in his first match this year and
in the Midlands Open Tourna-
ment defeated Terry Finn of.
Southern Illinois. Stock was uide-
feated before he met Lambros and
Finn is the defending NCAA
Subbing for Deitrick at 157
pounds is Jim Kamman, a sopho-
more who took third place in the
147-pound class in the Midlands

Wrestling for Bay at 167 and Tournament behind Olympian

Stowell at 177 pounds are seniors
Dave Post and Tony Feiock re-
spectively. Post and Feiock have
both seen limited varsity action.
The only two first-stringers
who will be wrestling at their
normal weight are Cal Jenkins at
147 pounds and Bob Spaly at I
heavyweight. Spaly finished sec-
ond in the Big Ten last year andl
Jenkins wound up fourth. Spaly
has had an exceptional season so
far. He scored two shutout wins in
the Penn State and Cornell meets
and finished third in the Midlands

Larry Kristoff.
One of Pittsburgh's biggest
threats will be Mike Johnson.
Johnson was the 130-pound cham-
pion of the Eastern Intercolle-
giate Wrestling Association and
was named the outstanding wrest-
ler of the E.I.W.A. He scored a
total of 25 victories against three
defeats and two draws during the
entire season. The Panthers also
boast very capable competitors in
Lee Hall, Dino Boni and Frank
O'Kern all of whom placed high
in the E.I.W.A. wrestling at 167
147, and 137 pounds respectively



St. Joseph's 85, Lehigh 55
Eastern Michigan 73, Adrian 64
Iona 63, Duquesne 61
MichiganSt'ate 78, Bowling
Green 27"
Boston 5, Detroit 2
Baltimore 110, Detroit 105

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Women's Athletic Bldg.
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-Daily-Bruce Taylor
WOLVERINE CAPTAIN WILF MARTIN skates in on the Minnesota goal in Michigan's first series
against the Gophers this season. Minnesota defenseman Larry Stordahl moves up to block the shot.
Looking on is Wolverine Tom Polonic and the Gophers' Jerry Edman. After a successful Eastern
trip in which they won the Boston Area tourney and defeated Cornell 7-1, Martin and his teammates
host the Sioux of North Dakota in a two game series this weekend.

SDuke Leads
In Scoring.
NEW YORK (iP)-Rick Barry,
Miami of Florida's 6-foot-7 star,'
has increased his lead in the
major -college basketball individ-
ual scoring race and Duke's Blue
Devils have taken over first place
among the teams.
Latest statistics compiled by
the NCAA Service Bureau were
released yesterday.
Duke streaked into the lead
among the teams on the strength
of a 121-88 rout of Penn State.
The Blue Devils are scoring at a
96.8 points a game pace. Brigham
Young is second with 96.0, fol-
lowed by Notre Dame 95.5.
Barry scored 79 points in two
games during the Hurricane
Classic last week, raising his av-
erage to 36.9 points for 10 games.
This is 4.1 points a game higher
than runner-up Wayne Estes of
Utah State.
Estes, with a 32.8 mark, is fol-
lowed by Steve Thomas of Xavier
of Ohio 32.0, Dave Schellhase of
Purdue 31.7 and Princeton's Bill
Bradley, 30.4.
Tommy Woods of East Tennes-
see State took over the top spot
in rebounds with a 23.2 average
and Len Schnappauf of Manhat-
tan leads in free throw percent-
age with .923.

This Week in Sports
HOCKEY-Michigan vs. North Dakota at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
SWIMMING-Michigan vs. Wisconsin at Matt Mann Pool,
7:30 p.m.

Ulu, e y.4.!51 alit, .i U.A1eu
Henderson, held opponents in the
last four games to only 2.0 goals
per game, as opposed to the pre-
Christmas average of 5.82 goals
per game.
Renfrew had high praise for
Page saying, "He gave us some
real good performances in the
East, making many key saves."
Renfrew also used substitute net-
minder Tom Leonard for 10 min-
utes in the Cornell game and was
happy with his work.
Next weekend the Wolverines
will meet the University of Min-
nesota at Duluth in a two game
series at home.

Doug Hornung, who usually
wrestles at 130 pounds will move
up to fill the vacancy left by Jo-
hannesen at the 137 spot. Hor-
nung, a senior who wrestled as a
sub last year, scored a pin' against
Penn State, and in the Cornell
meet where he moved up to take
Johannesen's place, he finished in
a 1-1 draw.
Bob Fehrs, a promising sopho-
more, will move up from his regu-
lar position at 123 pounds to the
130 pound division. In his two
previous matches in dual meets
Fehrs was defeated when wrest-
ling at 123 and won at 130 pounds.




BASKETBALL-Michigan vs. Illinois at Yost Field House,
2 p.m.
SWIMMING-Big Ten Relays at Matt Mann Pool, 2 p.m.
HOCKEY-Michigan vs. North Dakota at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
WRESTLING-Michigan at Pittsburgh

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