SUNDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 1965
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Mighty Michigan Outclasses Ohio State, 100-61
a. L7.VIiii. di f Ll
By CARL ROBINSON
Overcoming the jitters and a
four-point deficit the Michigan
Wolverines stormed back to crush
the shin St1p Buiikvr. s 100-81
back-to-back jumpers by Ricketts
and Jim Shaffer, followed by a
hook shot by Sepic to take a 6-3
lead with 17:14 left in the half.
A minute arrd a half later, Russell
very pleased with the team's per-
formance, especially that of Bun-
tin, saying that the center "really
surrounded and controlled the
ustole the ball and went down court The Wolverines hit an even 50
at Yost Field House yesterday for a short jumper to put the per cent from the floor taking 82
The top - ranked Wolverines Wolverines ahead again, 9-8. shots. The Buckeyes hit an anemic
equalled their best defensive effort An Al Peters foul shot tied it, 29.9 per cent of their shots, mak-
of the year, holding their opPO- a Buntin jumper broke it, but an ing only 11 of 40 in the second
nents to 61 points, while reaching Ahijevych basket knotted the half.
the century mark for the fourth score again. In the Ohio State locker room,
time. Russell Gets 26 OSU Ahead by Four Coach Fred Taylor sullenly point-
Led, as usual, by Cazzie Rus- The Buckeyes quickly moved ed out his team's shooting aver-
sell, who scored 26, and Bill Bun- out to their biggest lead, four age, and toMtheir 43 iebounds.
ti wohi fr20 Mcignpoints, at 15-11, after Shafferil'No Second Shots'
literally ran away from the tipped the ball in on the fouith "We had no second shots." he
Buckeyes after a slow start. Cap- try. said, "and Michigan just ran away
tam arryTi'gonig cippe in Russell scored Michigan's next from us."
17 points forte victorschipped six points,sfour on foul shots,xbut In the second half, the Wolver-
High point man for the visitors OSU still led 18-17, and soon made ines combined a lightning-fast
was Ron Sepic, a 6'4" sophomore the score 22-19, with 11 minutes break and rebound control to
forward whose eight rebounds was left in the half. easily pull away.
also high for the stunned Buck- Buntin and Russell then scored With all five starters sharing
eyes. Dick Ricketts and Andy on consecutive layups as the team the scoring, the Wolverines pulled
Ahijevych followed with 12 points settled down. Ioutto a 60-35 after only four mn-
apiece. Buntin connected on both ends Tew one in the second half.
Buntin grabbed 18 rebounds to of a one-and-one situation with Buckeye forwards, Ahijev-
lead everyone as the Wolverines' 8:48 left in the first half as Mich- ych and Sepic, combined to score
board strength put Ohio State igan took a 26-24 lead which it almost half of their team's points
on the lower end of a 69-43 ledger. never relinquished.Em an unsuccessful effort to get
The victory extends Michigan's Many Substitutions OSU back i the ball game.
unbeaten Big Ten record to 9-0 Using a man-to-man defense, Strack Uses 12 Men
and drops the lowly Buckeyes to Wolverine Coach Dave Strack sub- Both teams substituted freely as
2-7, keeping them in eighth place stituted freely as the cagers pulled the Michigan score mounted. The
in the Big Ten standings. away to a 46-30 halftime lead. Ohio State bench was cleared,
Early Lead Strack said after the game that MICHIGAN
Michigan jumped off to a 3-0 his team did nothing new or dif- G F R P T
lead on two foul shots by Bun- ferent to hold Ohio State to its Darden f 4-7 1-286 179
tin, and another by Oliver Darden, lowest point total of the year. He Buntin c 8-19 4-5 18 1 20
who finished the game with nine attributed the low score to Mich- Russell g 10-19 6-6 8 4 26
points. igan's aggressive play in the sec- Pomey g 5-8 0-1 4 3 10
ignsagrsiv ly nte e- Thomipson 1-2 1-1 1 0 3
Ohio State came right back with ond half. Strack said that he was Dill 2-7 3-3 7 2 7
--Myers 1-2 0-2 6 0 2
Clawson 1-2 0-1 3 2 2
ILudwig 1-2 0-0 2 2 2
Bankey 0-0 0-0 2 0 0
Brown 1-1 0-1 1 0 2
Totals 41-82 18-27 69 18 100
and the Wolverines employed 12
players in the contest.
Michigan took a 40-point lead
with 2:02 left in the game on a
Dan Brown jump shot, 94-54.
Craig Dill, a sophomore center,
responded to the cheering of the
partisan crowd that packed the
field house by scoring the final
four points to hit the century
mark, the last one on a flying
stuff of a missed shot with just
11 seconds left in the game.
The Wolverines' next game will
be against second-place Minnesota
at Minneapolis on Tuesday night.
Strack said that he plans to do
no thing diferent against the
Golden Gophers, but says that he
hopes the team "will do what it
has been doing all year, only
MICHIGAN'S BIG BILL BUNTIN pivots to put up a hook shot
in yesterday's game with Ohio State. Buntin tallied 20 points
and grabbed off 18 rebounds as the Wolverines crushed OSU,
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TAKE ALL 11 FIRSTS:
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By LYNN METZGER
Michigan tankers captured all
11 firsts in route to a 78-27 romp
over Ohio State yesterday after-
Yesterday's victory brought the
tankers' dual meet record to 7-0
for the season, 6-0 in Big Ten
competition. The Wolverines have
one dual meet remaining, with
Indiana before .going to the Big
Ten Championships in two weeks.
Besides taking first places in all
the events, the Wolverines fin-
ished one-two in five races. The
meet was the last time Michigan's
four seniors, backstroker Ed
Bartsch, diver Ed Boothman,
freestyler Lanny Reppert and
diver Donald Ewing, will be com-
peting in Matt Mann Pool.
Six Michigan swimmers took
firsts in two events each. Olym-
pian Carl Robie won the 200-yard
freestyle and the 200-yard butter-
fly. Robie's time of 1:48.56 in the
freestyle, which he has not been
swimming regularly, was just two
seconds off the varsity record. Scheerer. Scheerer won the 200-
Bob Hoag swam two fine races yard breaststroke and swam the
winning the 50-yard freestyle and breaststroke leg of the 400-yard
the 100-yard freestyle. Tom Wil- medley relay team.
liams also came up with two vic- New Personal Mark
tories inathe 200-yard individual Michigan diver BrucehBrown
medley and the 500-yard free- ;tallied 326.55 points on the way
style. In both races he set new to his victory. This was an all
personal marks. time personal high for Brown.
Rees Orland and Reppert were Michigan's other first was tak-
both members of Michigan's win- en by Bartsch in the 200-yard
ning 400-yard medley relay and backstroke. The other members'
the 400-yard freestyle relay teams. of Michigan's medley relay team
The other Wolverine to take were Tom O'Malley and Reppert.
two firsts was breaststroker Paul Howard Brundage and Tom Sch-
warten v rinded the frPPt
G F R P T
f 5-8 2-3 5 3 12
6-18 3-3 8 4 15
3-9 0-2 6 2 6
5-14 2-2 4 2 12
1-12 1-2 3 2 3
0-2 1-2 3 1 1
1-3 0-2 3 0 2
1-5 1-2 3 1 2
1-5 1-1 2 1 3
0-0 2-2 0 1 2
z0-0 2-2 0 1 2
0-0 0-0 1 0 0
23-77 15-23 43 18 61
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400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Orland, Scheerer, O'Mai-
ley, Reppert); 2. Ohio State. Time
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Robie
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50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Hoag
(M); 2. Schwarten (M); 3. Greil
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
1. Williams (MW); 2. Hopper (OSU);
3. Vry (M). Time-2:03.38.
DIVING-1. Brown (M); 2. Lar-
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200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Roble
(M); 2. Fritz (OSU); 3. Clark
<00-YD.FREESTYLE - 1. Hoag
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200-YD. BACKSTROKE-i. Bartsch
(M); 2. Kingery (M); 3. Michaels
500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Williams
(M:); 2. Walls (MW); 3. Danielson
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Scheerer (M); 2. deVlaming (OSU);
3. Humphries (OSU). Time-2:17.38.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY-1.
Michigan (Schwarten, Brundage,
Reppert, Orland); 2. Ohio State.
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after the completion of the meet.
Last Dual Meet
Michigan will now begin prac-
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the season with Indiana in hope
that they will be able to repeat
or better the 70-53 victory they
scored last weekend.
In preparation for the Big Ten
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200-yard individual medley to 400
yards. In addition, the meet will
feature one-meter diving and a
1000-yard freestyle race. All four
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