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MINNEAPOLIS - Michigan's
hockey team backed into fourth
place in the WCHA standings last
night even though the Wolverines
came up on a short end of a 5-4
score in a hard-fought game with
The loss was a key one how-
ever, since it prevented the Wol-
verines from moving into a third
place tie with Minnesota. The
race fqr the fourth - playoff spot
rages on as Michigan squeaked
ahead of Michigan State by .022
In the wide-open contest. fi
of the nine goals were scored
the first eight and one-half mix
utes of the first period. Althoug
only 18 minutes worth of pena
ties were called, including a7
minute misconduct, the conte
was marked by rough but clea
play, according to a Minnesota o:
The Gophers drew first blood
2:37 of the first period when wind
er Dennis Zacho scored his 14t
goal of the season, beating Mic
igan goalie Greg Page with a
E eep F
ve assist from Jack Dale and de-
in fenseman Frank Zywiec.
n- Michigan fought back a min-
h ute and 23 seconds later on a
'l- sharp goal by center Pierre De-
1C chaine at 4:00. Dechaine's goal
st put the icers back into the game.
an "Pete" was assisted by sopho-
more Dean Lucier and All-Amer-
ica defenseman Tom Polonic. De-
chaine's shot went in from just
in front of Minnesota goalie John
at Lothrop's cage after a struggle in
g- front of the net.
th The Wolverines went into the
h- lead three and one-half minutes
an later when WCHA scoring leader,
Mel Wakabayashi, tallied his first
of two goals. Wakabayashi got an
assist from Polonic and scored
after some deceptive stick han-
Minnesota Coach John Mariucc'
remarked about Wakabayashi ear-
lier in the day, "By the time you
say his name, he has already got
two goals," and the 155-pound
center from Chatham got his twc
tallies last night.
ourtli Place Tankers
Minnesota, not to be denied,
snatched the lead back from the
icers only 16 seconds later whery
Dale scored his fifth goal of the
year with assists from Roy Ny-
strom and Pat Furlong, at 7:46.
Defenseman Dick Haig put Min-
esota ahead only 43 seconds later By CHUCK VETZNER surprised no one was Carl Robie's cats had only one man-Lance
when he tallied his third goal of 4:51.78 in the 500-yard freestyle. Altenau-capabie of swimming the
,the season to close out the first Michigan's swimmers submerged The star butterflyer was swimming stroke, so Stager only entered
period scoring. an outmanned Cincinnati squad the event for the first time, but Tom O'Malley. The result was a
In the loosely-played first per- last night in a meet that ended was only :00.97 off Bill Farley's two-man race in which Alten.au
iod, only one penalty was called, with backstroker Ed Bartsch's varsity and pool record set last took the only Cinci first of ,he
and that was on Polonic for :51.3 in the final leg of the 400- week against Indiana. night.
roughing. ; yard freestyle relay. Michigan divers had the easiest The Wolverines won everything
The two teams will meet again The senior captain's time was time of all. Cincinnati doesn't have else, the most exciting race being
tonight in another crucial WCHA well off a record, but it gave his any. In spite of this the Wolver- the 200-yard backstroke, where
contest. teammates a good chance to ines swept the event with Don Reese Orland edged Jack Zakin
whoop it up in a contest the Ewing taking first. by :00.24.
SCORES Wolverines won 61-24. However ... Lay in Wait
COLLEGE BASKETBALL The result was expected, but Because of the extenuating cir- Today, the Michigan water mon-
N. Carolina State 62, Clemson 61 coach Gus Stager expressed cumstances, however, the event sters lay in wait for Ohio State
DePaul 77. Portland 64 pleasure over the performance of was not included in the team at Matt Mann Pool in a meet
Arizona State 71, New Mexico 65 sophomore freestyler Tom Wil- score. beginning at 4:00 p.m. Although
usC 77. Oregon 56
Arizona 78, Wyoming 77 liams. "He's finally started to The 200-yard butterfly was an- the Buckeyes will be the under-
Princeton 83. Dartmouth 57 open up," he noted afterwards. other place where an unusual dogs, Stager expects the meet to
COLLEGE HOCKEY Swimming in exhibition, Williams situation was apparent. The Bear- be a good one.
Michigan Tech 4, Michigan State 3 turned in a 1:48.61 for the 200-
Boston College 8, Providence 4 yard freestyle. fust Itesti
Los Angeles 119, Baltimore 111 Another top time that really 400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1. 100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Walls
Michigan (Bartsch, Scheerer, Vry, (M); 2. Boerio (C); 3. Schwarten
Farley); 2. Cincinnati. Time-3:44.7. (M). Time-:48.94.
200-YD. FREESTYLE -- 1. Hoag 200-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1. Or-
(M); 2. Kin (C); 3. Brundage (M). land (M); 2. Zakin (C); 3. Stacy
First Period Scoring: Minn --
Zacho (Zywiec, Dale) 2:37. M-De-
chaine (Lucier, Polonic) 4:00. M -
Wakabayashi (Polonic) 7:30. Minn-
Dale (Nystrom, Furlong) 7:46. Minn
--Haig (Stordahl) 8:29. Penalties:
M-Polonic (roughing) 8:55.
Second Period Scoring: Minn-
Larson (Woog, Hokanson) 4:58.
M-Wakabayashi (Martin) 7:13.
Minn-Larson (Woog, Hokanson)
11:14. M-Hood (Martin, Read) 16:56.
Penalties: Minn-Edman (slashing)
6:17. Minn - Falkman (tripping)
16:22. Minn-Falkman (misconduct)
16:56. M - MacDonald (holding)
Third Period Scoring: None. Pen-
alties: Minn - Branch (holding)
Page (M) 14 10 5-29
Lothrop (Minn) 15 9 11-35
Scoring by Periods:
MICHIGAN 2 2 0-4
MINNESOTA 3 2 0-5
Break Seven Meet Records
CHAMPS NO M IORE:
Lowly B uckeyes Challenge r'21' Cagers
By BOB McFARLAND
Michigan's c i n d e r m e n over-
whelmed Penn State in a dual
meet at Yost Field House last
night by a score of 92-48, as the
Wolverine thinclads continued to
steadily improve their perform-
By RICK STERN
Battling Michigan this after-
noon in Yost Field House, Ohio
State's Buckeyes find themselves
in a highly unusual position,
The game will be televised on
WJBK-TV, Channel 2, beginning
at 2 p.m.
years, they are currently buried
peacefully in seventh place, al-
ready mathematically eliminated
from even a share of the top spot.
Naturally, the first ranked Wol-
verines cannot afford to take their
opponents lightly. Assistant Coach
Jim Skala has described the
Buckeyes as "dangerous," and
head man Dave Strack comment-
ed yesterday that OSU is "a big
team, with a fine pair of back-
court men, which has shown that
it can play well."
One of those back-court men is
Dick Ricketts, a veteran,"of Ohio
State's glory teams, who is aver-
aging 17 points per game in the
Big Ten this season. Teaming
with Ricketts will probably be
junior Al Peters, although a
sophomore, Al Rowley, has seen
Lucas and Gary Bradds.
Taylor did not appear enthu- ances in preparation for the Big
siastic when interviewed yester- Ten indoor meet.
day. "We're just here to try and Highlighting the meet was a
play a ball game. Beating Mich- victory by ' Ted Benedict in the
igan isn't going to make a season two mile run. Benedict turned in
for us. We'll have to play just as the best performance of his career,
well as we know how," are sam- running the distance in 9:12.7,
good enough to crack the meet!
record in the event and qualify
him for the NCAA Indoor Cham-
Michigan swept the first three
places in the shottput and 600-
yard run. Sophomore Jack Har-
vey got off a 54'6%" heave to win
the shot put. Placing behind Har-
vey were Steve Leuchtman and
Bill Yearby who finished second'
and third, respectively.
Snapping a meet record, Dan
Hughes turned in a 1:11.7 clock-
ing in the 600-yard run, followed
by Bob Gerometta who took sec-
and and Brian O'Neill third.
Two double winners, both foot-
ball players, paced the Michigan
cindermen. Carl Ward sprinted to
victory in the 60-yard dash and
leaped 21'2" in the broad jump.
Dominating the hurdles, John
Henderson earned firsts in the
65-yard highs and 65-yard lows.
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Groft
(M); 2. Borio (C); 3. Orland (M).
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Reppert (M); 2. Kingery (M); 3.
Kute (C). Time-2:04.85.
DIVING-1. Ewing (M); 2. Walm-
sey (M); 3. Shuff. (M). Points --
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Altenau
(C); 2. O'Malley (M). Time-2:02.26.
500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Robie
(M); 2. Wingard (C); 3. Kin (C).
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE -- 1.
Reppert (M); 2. Williams (M); 3.
Kute (C). Time--2:24.2.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Hoag. Schwarten, Brun-
dage, Bartsch); 2. Cincinnati. Time
TOTALS: Michigan--61; OSU-24
or tied for
the Bucks have won
the Big Ten cham-
each of the last five
considerable action this season. ples of the 6'5" former major
At the forwards are 6'4" Ron league baseball player's com-
Sepic and 6'6" Andy Ahijevycb ments.
IStrack will go with the Wolver-
ine line-up which has started
Sweet Victory every Big Ten game this season.
Out-running and out-jump- All-America Cazzie Russell and:
ing their opponents, the Michi- 6'5" George Pomey will lead the
gan Daily Libels edged the Blue attack, which seemed mo-
Union Muggers 51-23 yesterday mentarily stifled by a rugged In-
afternoon. After the massacre diana defense last Monday.
-with tears in his eyes-Kent Oliver Darden will be playing
(Superman) Cartwright said a more cautious game, in a'h effortI
"It was a close game, and we to keep his foul total down, while
played our dangdest." at the other forward, Larry Tre-
goning is still not completely re-
(Ah-hee-ah-vich). Sepic is only covered from his recent ankle in-
a sophomore but ranks fourteenth juries. At center is Bill Buntin,
among Big Ten scorers with an ,the sixth leading scorer in the
average of over 18 points per conference. Russell is tied for:
1game. Ahijevych is a junior who first with Purdue's Dave Schell-
was switched from center by hase. Each has scored 216 points.
C Onnnh F d T1,'l-. r ftn, A o , n r The Buckeye-Wolverine clashes
POLE VAULT-1. Canamare (M);
2. Wells (M). Height-14'6" (meet
SHOT PUT - 1. Harvey (M); 2.
Leuchtman (M); 3. Yearby (M).
HIGH JUMP - 1. Jinks (PS); 2.
Densham (M); 3. Hedmark (PS).
BROAD JUMP - 1. Ward (M); 2.
Gregg (PS); 3. Hedmark (PS). Dis-
ONE MILE RUN - 1. Lampman
(PS); 2. Mercer (M); 3. Morris (PS).
440-YD. DASH-1. Bernard (M); 2.
Hoey (M); 3. Colasanto (PS). Time
-:49.3 (meet record).
65-YD. HIGH HURDLES-1. Hen-
derson (M); 2. Woodton (M); 3.
Olson (PS). Time-:08.3.
1000-YD. RUN - 1. Bedick (PS);
2. Pheiffer (PS); 3. Kelly (M). Time
60-YD. DASH - 1. Ward (M); 2.
Cooper (M); 3. Gregg (PS). Time-
:06.2 (meet record).
600-YD. RUN-1. Hughes (M); 2.
Gerometta (M); 3. O'Neill (Ms).
Time-1:11.7 (meet record).
300-YD. RUN-1. Gregg (PS); 2.
Jarema (M); 3. Cooper (M), Time-
:32.1 (meet record).
65-YD. LOW HURDLES-1. Hen-
derson (M); 2. Woodton (M); 3.
Olson (PS). Time-:07.9.
ONE MILE RELAY - 1. Michigan
(Hoey, Hughes, Gerometta, Ber-
ard)r; 2. Penn State. Time-3:1.0
w Now renting for Aug. '65
S. UNIVERSITY AVE. & FOREST AVE. PHONE:'
presents from Harvard-
MARK .MANC AL
oac rea ayr i a cur er
spot where he has distinguished
himself in recent games. Says
Taylor, "Andy has finally devel-
oped confidence from the outside.
He's done a good job for us."
Center is the only spot where
OSU will not be giving the Wol-
verines at least two inches in
height. Jim Shaffer, a senior, is
6'8," but is not in the class of
such past Buckeye giants as Jerry
have seen 48 victories by OSU,
while Michigan owns 32.
Ceremonies at halftime today
will honor Michigan quarterback
Bob Timberlake. Timberlake will
receive the Chicago Tribune Silver
Trophy, awarded annually to most
valuable player in the Western
Conference. Tribune Sports Editor
Wilfred Smith will make the
DICK RICKETTS, CAPTAIN of the Ohio State basketball team,
will lead the Buckeyes into Yost Field House this afternoon to
take on the Wolverines. Ricketts, a senior guard, has been averag-
ing 17 points a game, placing him 17th in the Big Ten.
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