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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, 10 JANUARY 1965

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, 10 JANUARY 1965

Cagers,

Tankers

Triumphant;Icers

Victimized,

4-2

4

' Defeats
Illini, 89-83
By TOM WEINBERG
If Michigan had never lost a
close game, yesterday's 89-83 vic-
tory over Illinois at Yost Field
House would simply have been a
matter of staving off a late Illini
bid to coast on to win.
But the Wolverines were play-
ing with the haunting memories of
St. John's and Nebraska, even
when they held a lead of 13
points.
For Bill Buntin and Cazzie Rus-
sell, who shared high scoring hon-
ors with 30 each, it was a highly
successful opening of the Big Ten
season, since, as Cazzie said after
the game, "We had to win this
one."
The win, by the identical score
as last year, put the defending
co-champion Wolverines off to a
1-0 mark in the conference, 9-2
overall, and prevented the Illini
from winning their third straight
Big Ten ball game.
'Too Strong'
As Illinois Coach Harry Combes
summed up the game, Michigan
was "just too strong physically," a
fact that showed up in the Wolver-
ines' 62-42 domination of the re-
bounding. Buntin was the leader
with 18, while Larry Tregoning
nabbed 17.
A full house at Yost saw Wol-
verine Coach Dave Strack field the
tallest team in Michigan history
for most of the game as George
Pomey started at forward and was
quickly shifted to 'a guard when
Oliver Darden came on to replace
John Thompson. The lineup with
Pomey and Darden both playing
averaged 6'6" and overwhelmed
the smaller Illini.
Strack was pleased with the new
combination after the game and
Henderson
Doesn't Hula
HONOLULU (T)-Michigan end
John Henderson pulled out of the
Hula Bowl football game shortly
before the kickoff Friday without
any public announcement. Offi-
cials indicated Henderson was
worried about his eligibility for
track.

I Big Ten Standings

Iowa
MICHIGAN
Minnesota
Purdue
Illinois

w
2
7
1
1
2

L
0
0
0
0
1

Pct.
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
.667

I Late Goals
BY Dakota
TE- 0~ - T7

Wolverines Finally Beat Indiana

By JIM LaSOVAGE

"We were particularly pleased divers team together for 10 dives,
that we won the last two events," but the dives do not have to be
Stager added. These events were : split evenly between them

Something happened at Matt

-Daly--Kamalakar Rao

BURLY BILL BUNTIN (22) .lays one up while the Illini's Don
Freeman (15) waits for the rebound that never came. Buntin tied
teammate Cazzie Russell for game scoring honors as they both
hit for 30 points.
indicated that the same lineup short hooks, and Brody wound up
is a good possibility for the fu- with 21.

Lure .
'Not as Badly'j
Strack told reporters in the'
locker room that he didn't think
Michigan had been playing "as
badly as some people have said,"
and went on to say "I don't think
we needed this win to vindicate
ourselves."
The Wolverines went ahead 18-
17 and never tralied again, despite
the Illini comeback effort late in
the second half. Lengthening a 47-
41 halftime margin to 13 at 69-56
with ten minutes to go, Michigan
was threatened three different
times, but always withstood the
attack, holding the Illi-ni four
points back on all three occa-
sions.
TalBrody, quick Illinois guard,
led his team in the comeback ef-
fort with six points and two as-
sists in the last four minutes, but
it was 6'2" Don Freeman that led
the Illinois scoring with 27. Skip
Thoren threw in 24, mostly on

High Gear
It looked as if the Wolverines
were beginning to roll into high
gear when Cazzie connected on a
short shot from the low post,
then quickly stole the ball and set
Buntin up for a layup with a
crowd-pleasing pass. Thoren re-;
sponded with a hook, but Buntin
came right back and canned a
20-footer.
Brody then drove through the
lane and hit on a short jumper,
the ball changed hands four times
without a score, and then Tregon-
ing and Cazzie hit on two jumpers
in quick succession to build up the
69-56 margin.
But the Illini began to creep up
and with the score 73-63, Strack
called for the Wolverines to slow
down the pace.
Michigan lost the ball twice
in a row in the deliberate offense,
and Illinois brought it to six at
73-67 when Strack signalled for a
time out.j

24TH CONSECUTIVE WIN:
'Wrestlers Down Pitt, 21-11

Nrhetro1.ththst, 'ag uc. it YUawi:OAV rx~ Vc~ Lc.
Indina l 500 p e 1 Mn olPsed
Indianaeat .Blue Mann Pool yesterday that hasn't the 800-yard freestyle race and
Ohioestate 0 1 .0 happened for the last several the 400-yard medley relay. In the Eight Firsts
Michigan state 0 1 .000 years. latter Captain Ed Bartsch, Paul
Wisconsin 0 3 .000 By JIM TINDALL Michigan's tankers beat an In- Scheerer, Tom O'Malley, and Bill 400ARD FREESTYLE RELAY
diana squad, and made no mis- Groft swam to a meet record of -1 Michigan State (Kier, Dille,
"I guess we just weren't sup- dnfWalsh, MacMillan); 2. MICHIGAN;
Cazzie was fouled when play re- pIsess we st weent Ap take in the point total. 3:38.47. 3. Indiana. Time-3:12.4 (pool and
sumed and failed to convert the posed to win," said a dejected Al The blue-suited swimmers also Coach Stager was also pleased meet record).
free throw, but quickly made heblue-sit sm e also C 300-YARD BACKSTROKE RELAY
amends by notching a fast break room after last night's second con- overwhelmed Michigan State, Wis- that his charges won the 300-yard -1. MICHIGAN (Kingery, Orland,
basket moments later. secutive loss to North Dakota, 4-2. consin, and Southern Illinois in events in the butterfly, backstroke, Bartsch); 2. Indiana; 3. Southern
Frem n . Renfrew added, "The boys all the annual Big Ten Invitational and breaststroke. In the butterfly Illinois. Time-2:43.7 (pool, meet,
Freeman and Brody then hit played well, but we just didn't win. Relays meet with eight first places relay, Bill Spann, O'Malley, and and varsity record).
nsPage played a great game in the in 11 events. The Wolverines fin- Robie teamed for a victory which 300YHIGABTTERFLYRELY--
Buntin connected on a short one nets, but . . . ished with 104 points, Indiana beat a second place Hoosier ef- Robie); 2. Indiana; 3. MSU. Time-
For the second night in a row, with 76, MSU with 57.5, South- fort by almost a full five seconds. 2:40.37.
and pulled Michigan back to six. the Wolverines jumped into an ern Illinois with 36.5, and Wiscon- 300-YARD BREASTSTROKE RE-
Nine Again . sin with 22. In the backstroke, Russ King- LAY-1. MICHIGAN (Williams, Vry,
IIt opening lead but lost their snl ,, ery, Rees Orland, and Bartsch reg- Scheerer); 2. Indiana; 3. soUthern
75 with 1:26 to go but the deter- age the third period when he hard road istered a time of 2:43.7, which imnois. Time-3:09.9.
75 w i tougo butk, dr- Nodaks tallied twice in the space swimming Coach Gus Stager com- DIVING RELAY-1. Indiana (Gil-
of 44 seconds. mented, obviously pleased with the bert, Earley); 2. MICHIGAN; 3. Wis-
it as close as four once more at Captain Wilf Martin opened the victory over Indiana. victory, and a varsity record. consin. Points-428.75.
87-83, with seven seconds to go, first period scoring at 5:27. Mar- Coach Staer ointed But one of the best perform- 200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY-
but when Buntn merely stood .oac.Stgrpitd out that . 1. MICHIGAN (Orland, Schwarten,
in he b unt mrd sood ti picked up the puck at the blue the meet, a conglomeration of re- ances of the day was turned in Hoag, Groft); . MsU; 3. Indiana.
the game was finally on ice and line, avoided one defender, and lay events including 300-yard var- by Scheerer in the anchor leg of Time-1:27.1 (meet, varsity, and pool
the game wasefinay roner brand put the puck into the upper left- iations of regular events and a the 300-yard breaststroke relay, record).
e 7600 eine hand corner of the net past goalie 2000-yard freestyle innovation, After Williams and John Vry fell 000-YARD FRESTLE RELY
Buntin sank the two free throws Joe Lech. was indicative of depth in the behind the powerful Indiana team, send, verhoeven); 2. MICHIGAN; 3.
oseconds to go, to g North Dakota tied the score at teams more than anything else, Scheerer came on and raced his MSU. Time-20:30.5.
with two give 7:42 on a screen shot by Pete and, as Stager said, "we already 100 yards in :58.6 seconds. 200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY-i.
him a total of nine points in the McKenzie, but Michigan fought k h hd MICHIGAN (Kingery, Scheerer,
last four minutes. MSckei e edepth. Spann, Schwarten); 2. Indiana; 3.
After the game Combes cited the into the lead at 10:58 on a The events which Stager thought composed of Orland, Tom Schwar- MSU. Time-1:39.6.
lack of outside shooting ability by icture-book" goal by Mel Waka- showed the strength were the 2,- ten, Hoag, and Groft touched out R300YARD 1NDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
his team as the major weakness. baayk h k000- and 800-yard freestyle re- a Spartan team in a time of 1:27.1 Reppert,Vry); 2. Indiana; 3. South-
'~,Wakabayashi picked up the puck' oesReppane etvrst, ertlin, Vry); 2:di.4a3.(South
"We knew we'd have to outrun near center ice and had a wing lays. These were the two that to establish a new meet, varsity,
them and hit from the outside to on either side as he crossed the Michigan was out to win. A team and pool record. rec A FE E L
win," he said. "Our running game blue line. The 155-pound center of Rich Walls, Carl Robie, Bill A diving team of Bruce Brown 1. MICHIGAN (Walls, Robie, Farley,
was as good as it could have been then faked a pass and s arley, and Bob Hoag turned the and Greg Shuff ran into a little Hoag); 2. MSU; 3. Indiana. Time-
against such strong rebounders, ahtt rick in the 800-yard variation, trouble and finished second to In- 7:15.02E
straight in from 25 feet out. buwihTmWlim relcn daasRchGbrtndRh 400-YARD MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
but when we couldn't make the ut with Tom Williams replacing diana's Rich Gilbert and Rich MICHIGAN (Bartsch, Scheerer, 0'-
long ones, we got into trouble." The play for the remainder of Hoag in the 2000-yard race, the Earley, by a score of 428.75 to Malley, Groft); 2. Indiana; 3. Wis-
Burly Illinois forward Bogie the period was marred by seven tankers were bested by Indiana. 393.45. In this event, the two consin. Time-3:38.47 (meet record).
Redmon took the bulk of the longpena four of which were n- - - -- --- ----
shots and was way off the mark,th Wovrns Highlighting theNO
sonsctindwnsowly on ofhmnine penalty killing was a 30 scond
connecting on only one of niestall by Wakabayashi.
shots for the game.et herby am asht s
The Wolverines have a full week Neither team was able to score
until they travel to Evanston for in the second period as bothng Au
their next game, Saturday night squads had trouble setting up any
against Northwestern, kind of play or sustained offensive
-T drive.
T fity-Thirty The third period was piayed
evenly until All-America defense-
MICHIGAN man Tom Polonic picked up a
G F R P T five-minute major penalty for ,
Tregoning f 5-16 4-6 17 4 14 high sticking at 8:53 of the Yescthis model complete w th
Buntin c 13-24 4-6 18 2 30 stanza. The penalty killers, headed
Russell g 12-25 6-7 8 3 30 by Pierre Dechaine, fought off 3 forward speeds
Thompson g 0-1 1-1 0 3 1 the Nodaks power plays for four
arsen 3-5 - 9 2 7 full minutes before a defensive
Myers 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 lapse allowed Terry Casey to slip real wire wheels
Totals 36-90 17-23 62 17 89 in on Page's left, and put the
ILLINOISpukit th upelet an
- F R P T p-ci4nt0ofthe 3ngeamleet.hedchrome handle bars
Freeman f 10-19 7-8 7 4 27 corner of the net to tie up the
Thoren c 12-20 0-0 15 4 24 The same play, coming off of
Brody g 7-16 7-10 4 4 21 a loose puck at the Michigan blue
Dawson--32 060 line cost the Wolverines a second
Johansen 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 goal only 44 seconds later when FURTHER SPECS AVAILABLE
jPearson 0-1 0-0 0 2 0 Roy Davidson tallied into the OP-i u
Ttessr I:- -20123 posite corner of the cage. Come in and buy one
Totals 33-72 17-22 42 18 83
The final score of the game
MICHIGAN 47 42-89 came at 18:23 when a shot by ND
ILLINOIS 41 42-83 defenseman Jerry Lanfond bounc-
SCORES ed over Page's pads from the blue
COLLEGE BASKETBALL line.
Purdue 71, Ohio State 64 The double loss to the Sioux
Iowa 85, Michigan State 78 dropped the Wolverines from the
Indiana 86, Northwestern 73seodstinheWCwch1r
Minnesota 81, Wisconsin 57 second spot in the WHCA, which
St. Louis 66, Drake 63 they shared with the Nodaks go-CH
Wichita 65, Cincinnati 61 ing into this weekend's action.
Kansas 73, Missouri 66 The loss lowers the Wolverines'
Providence 86, Canisius 60Th losowrteWlvin'
North Carolina 65, Duke 6"r conference standard to 2-4.
St. Joseph's 93, Boston College 71 -- --...~~.
Vanderbilt 94, Mississippi State 70
O klahom a St. 93, N ebraska 5 . ...........4..................... ..................................... " .:...... ........... ..f.
COLLEGE HOCKEY
Minnesota 5, Michigan State 2
NHL
Chicago 7, Detroit 4
New York 6, Montreal 5
Toronto 2, Boston 1
NBA
Cincinnati 128, Baltimore 119
Detroit 118, New York 115 :Y
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Senior Bowl e ('
North 7, South 7 (tie)
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4

Special To The Daily1
PITTSBURGH - Michigan's
crippled wrestlers racked up their'
twenty-fourth consecutive victory
by downing a tough Pittsburgh
squad, 21-11,byesterday at Pitts-
burgh.
A highlight of the meet was the
unusual number of pins. Half of
the eight matches were won on
pins, and the Wolverine grapplers
chalked up three of them.
Three 'M' Pins
Bob Fehrs, a sophomore and one
of five Wolverines to move up a
weight to replace injured first
stringers, scored the first pin of
the meet in his 130-pound bout
with Pittsburgh's Don Caslow with
only 33 seconds remaining in the
match.
The second Wolverine pin was
notched by sophomore Jim Kam-
man wrestling in his first inter-
collegiate dual meet. Kamman was
moved up from his regular weight
division at 147 pounds to wrestlo
in place of the injured Lee Dei-
trick at 157 pounds. Trailing 2-0
Kamman pinned Panther Tom
Baily in the second period of the
match. Assistant Coach Dennis
Fitzgerald described Kamman aft-
erwards as the "happiest young
man of the day."
Heavyweight Bob Spaly scored
the third Wolverine pin after less
than three minutes had gone by
in his match with Bill Bodle.
Spaly now has three straight dual
meet victories to his credit this
season, two by shutouts and one
by a pin.
The Panthers picked up their
pin in the 177-pound matchwhen
Lee Hall pinned Michigan's Tony
Feiock at 3:55. Feiock, however,
was wrestling two weight classes
above his nrmal weight to take
the place of Chris Stowell, who is
out with a kneeinjury.
Close Matches
The other two Wolverine losses
were by very small margins. In
the 123-pound match, Michigan's
Tino Lambros lost 5-4 to Tonm
Heniff. The bout was not' decided
until the final period. The two
wrestlers were tied 4-4 but Hen-
1ff got a point for riding time
which he gained in the last min-
ute..
Tn aothe~r close match. Doug

tory in the fourth match gave
Michigan an 8-6 lead which it
never relinquished.
Easy Win
At 167 pounds, Dave Post, an-
other Wolverine wrestling above
his weight class, trounced George
Huson, 10-4, on the strength of
3 near falls.
Fitzgerald commented that the
Wolverines "did a very good job
considering the number of injur-
ies and the number of men wres-
tling above their weight classes."
He also commented that Johan-
nesen may be able to wrestle next
week in the Big Ten opener
against Illinois, but that the con-

dition of the other injured wres-
tlers, Stowell, Deitrick, and cap-
tain Rick Bay, was doubtful.
Four Pins
123-bs.-Heniff (P) dec. Lainbros,
5-4.
130-lbs.-Fehrs (M) pinned Cas-
low, 8:27.
137-lbs.-Boni (P) dec. Hornung,
4-2.
147-ibs.-Jenkins (M) dec. O'-
Korn, 4-3.
157-lbs.-Kamman (M) pinned
Baily.
167-tbs.-Post (M) dec. Huson, 10-
4.
177-lbs.-Hall (P) pinned Feiock,
3:55.
Hvywt.-Spaly (M) pinned Bodle,
2:56.

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