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TUESDAY, 12 JANUARY 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

TUESDAY. 12 JANUARY 1965 FIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Rebounding

Pleases

Strack

By CARL ROBINSON

bounded a much smaller Illinois

"I feel much better now than I squad, 62-42.
did last Monday," joked Coach The rebounding advantage was
Dave Strack, referring to Satur- a big factor in the game because
day's 89-83 victory over Illinoi-s Illinois had a better shooting per-
following last week's loss to St. centage, hitting 46 per cent of
John's. their shots to 40 per cent for
The Wolverines, after a slaw Michigan. The Illini got away few-
start, took an 18-17 lead on a er shots, naturally.
layup by Captain Larry Tregoning, The rebounding advantage gavel
and were never headed, even the Wolverines several shots at
though the Fighting Illini made a the basket at a time, while the
determined comeback try late in Illini usually had to settle for
the game. one.
Strack said that he had plan- Strack said that there will be
ned to "dominate the backboards," many times in the future that
and felt that his team did "a the Pomey-Darden combination
good job" in this respect. will be used, but would not mdi-
The tallest team in Michigan cate if he planned to use it as the
history, averaging 6'6", with both regular unit.
George Pobey and Oliver Darden, Michigan nearly saw a good-
along with Cazzie Russell, Bill sized lead disintegrate late in the
Buntin, and Tregoning, outre- second half, striking fear to those
Page Shines in Hoek

who recalled the St. John's and We'll have those as long as we
Nebraska losses. have basketball."
Leading by 13 points midway Leadership was not a factor in
through the second half, the Wol- Strack's mind. "It isn't a matter
verines watched Illinois whittle the of leadership, our team has lead-
lead down to four points, 75-71. ers; we don't have the (Bobby)
Although Michigan upped the Cantrell type of leadership, but
margin to a comfortable nine they know what they are doing."
points, 82-73 and again 84-75, The Wolverines were led by Bun-
the Illini again cut it back to four tin and Russell, who tied for the
points, 87-83, before Buntin hit game's scoring leadership with 30
on his last two foul shots to take points apiece and Tregoning who
the score to 89-83. came off his 5.6 rebound average
When asked his opinion of the to snatch 17 errant shots and chip
"lapses," Strack responded by as- in 14 points. Buntin was the
serting that Michigan had also game's rebound leader with 18.
caught teams in the last few Illinois jumped into a quick
minutes, and said that all teams lead on a layup by center Skip
have these bad spells. Thoren. After a foul shot by Bun-
"It's a matter of momentum," yin, Tal Brody, a guard, broke loose
he said. "A couple of missed for a layup to make it 4-1. After
shots or some bad breaks will a brief exchange of points, Michi-
cause a team to lose momentum. gan tied the score at 9-9, on
- -_-----four straight points by Buntin.
The Illini's Thoren scored the next
four points, but the Wolverines
L o s eS caught them at 18-17.
Although the score was tied at
many points in the first half, Il-
commented, "we don't see any linois never regained the lead.
changes in the defense." Michigan did not begin to lead
SMacDonald has been suffering decisively until the second half.
all season from a bad knee. With Thmidantookha s3con had
the one exception, the squad is in midway intothensecond half on
goodshap phsicaly.shots by Tregoning and Russell.
good shape physically. Don Freeman, a guard, scored
Michigan hosts Duluth this eight points in the Illini's drive
weekend in two games at the I late in the half. Russell and Bun-
Coliseum. Duluth is coming off a tin combined to toss in the last
double loss to Michigan Tech, 5-4 nine points for the Wolverine vic-
and 4-2, but Renfrew points out tory.
that they beat league-leading Michigan's next game is with
Minnesota, and "I know they're the Northwestern WHdcats, Sat-
a rough team." urday in Evanston, Ill.
DISCOUNT RECORDS INC.
CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK
MICHIGAN BAND

2ND TO UCLANS:
Wolverines Climb in AP Poll
By The Associated Press St. Joseph's, Pa., held fourth. Richmond and NYU. San Fri
Unranked Illinois continued to The Hawks downed Lehigh and cisco fell one notch to ninth
hold the key to major maneuvers Boston College to lift their record spite its conquests of San J
in the Associated Press college to 12-1. State and the University of C
basketball poll yesterday as Mich- St. Joe's collected only nine fornia at Santa Barbara.
igan rushed up to grab second fewer votes than Wichita, 242 to Duke, sixth last week, slip
place behind the streaking UCLA 251. Indiana picked up 208 points four places. The Blue Devils w
Bruins. for fifth followed by Providence upset by North Carolina 65-62
The Wolverines downed Illinois with 198 and St. John's, N.Y., 167. their second loss against ei
89-83 Saturday after the Illini Points were awarded on a basis victories.
had defeated Indiana 86-81 Mon- of 10 for a first place vote, 9 for
day night. The results enabled second etc. The Top Ten, with first pl
Michigan, third last week, to votes in parentheses, won-:
move into the runner-up position, The Friars, at 11-0, the only records through games of Sat
replacing Indiana, which dropped unbeaten major college, garnered day, Jan. 9, and points on a
to fifth. six votes for first place. In last 9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis:
week's action, they beat Fair- 1 CA(3 113
UCLA, beaten by Illinois in its field, Boston College and Canisius. .UCLA (33) 11-1 3
opening game, extended its win- 3. Wichita (2) 10-2 2
ning streak to 11 last week With St. John's, which also was sev- 4. St. Joseph's, Pa. (1) 12-1 2
victories over Oregon and Oregon enth a week ago, was 9-2 after 5. Indiana 10-1 2
State. whipping George Washington and 6. Providence (6) 11-0 1
The Bruins collected 33 first New Orleans Loyola last week. 8 .Davidohns -
place votes and 394 points in the Davidson Gains 9. San Francisco 10-1 1:
latest balloting by a special re- .eas-2Sn ais and
gional panel of 42 writers and Others receiving votes, listed alp
broadcasters. Michigan, 9-2, poll- Duke round out the first 10. betically: Birmingham Young, DeP
ed 336 points. Davidson moved up two places on Illinois, Kansas, Miami of Ohio, M
nesota, New Mexico, St. Louis, Tent
Wichita Climbs the strength of victories over see, Vanderbilt, Villanova.
Wichita climbed two places to
third after beating Bradley and
Cincinnati. The Shockers' record c T A D ar m IDC
is 10-2.

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LARRY TREGONING

By DALE SIELAFF
Despite the improved play of
goalie Greg Page and the addi-
tion of a new player to the Mich-
igan hockey team, the Wolverines
lost two straight for the first time
in two seasons over this past
weekend.
The visiting Sioux from North
Dakota snapped Michigan's four
game winning streak with a 7-3
decision on Friday, then tallied
three goals in the last seven min-
utes Saturday for a come-from-
behind 4-2 win and a clean sweep
of the series.
The largest crowd of the sea-
son atgthesColiseum saw Page
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stop 35 shots Friday night. The
game was closer than the score
indicated, with the Nodaks and
Michigan both getting 42 shots on
net. The big difference was the
three goals the Sioux scored from
goal mouth scrambles.
Power Play
Page came back on Saturday to
play another fine game, holding
the Sioux to a single goal for 53
minutes. With Tom Polonic off
on a five-minute high-sticking
penalty, the Wolverines held for
four minutes, but two goals with-
UCLA Names
Prothro Coach
CORVALLIS, Ore. (P) - Coach
Tommy Prothro announced last
night he is leaving Oregon State
University to become head foot-
ball coach at UCLA.
He will succeed Bill Barnes,
whose contract was not renewed
after seven years as head coach
at UCLA.
Prothro's team was walloped 34-
7 in the Rose Bowl by Michigan
New Year's Day, but his 10-year
record of 63-37-2 at Oregon State
is the best among Far West
schools.
He had only one losing season.
That came in 1959 when his team
won 3, lost 7.

in 44 seconds put the Nodaks into
the lead to stay before PolonicI
could return to the ice. .
Coach Al Renfrew cited sopho-
more Page for his fine play over
the series, and stated, "Earlier in
the season he was still tight. Be-
ing a sophomore, he hadn't played
for a year, but he seemed to find
himself in Boston and gave us a
lot of great games up there."
Renfrew said that the tying
goal Saturday came on a "great
shot" by Terry Casey, and the go-
ahead goal was a deflection.
"Goalies don't have much of a
chance on plays like those."
Tired?
Michigan seemed to tire in the
late stages of both games, but
Renfrew felt that "late in the
game, with one team behind,
somebody is bound to score in the
wide-open game you're forced to
play. We managed to fight off
that penalty Saturday, but got
into trouble before it was over."
Ironically, Polonic, who was
given the major penalty for cut-
ting Nodak captain Don Ross with
his stick, was cut Friday and
needed three stitches, yet there
was no penalty to North Dakota.
Renfrew has juggled his defense
during the season, but has ap-
parently settled on using Hank
Brand with Polonic, and the
Barry MacDonald-Ted Henderson
combination. "As long as Mac-
Donald's knee holds," Renfrew
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Indiana 85, Iowa 76
'Wisconsin 76, Purdue 66
Davidson 100, The Citadel 81
Vanderbilt 75, Georgia 62
St. John's (NY) 72, Creighton 66
Alabama 95, Mississippi St. 83
Oklahoma St. 67, Iowa State 48
West Virginia 86, Pittsburgh 72
Auburn 67, Mississippi 52
Tennessee 58, LSU 54
Kentucky 102, Tulane 72
Ohio Northern 88, Hillsdale 87
Wayne State 101, Michigan Tech 89
Central Mich. 72, Western Mich. 60
Wichita 84, Southern Illinois 81
Butler 90, Wabash 70
St. Louis 75, Notre Dame 67
Louisville 70, North Texas 68 (ovt)

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