THE MICHIGAN DAILY
10. 1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
Routs Indiana State, 102-64
Matmen To Travel to Penn State, Cornell
By GIL SAMBERG offense and some impressive play-
making and defense.
er Michigan's first two teams They took charge from the very
etely dominated play in the beginning of the game, when John
half, Coach Dave Strack Thompson stole the ball from 6-5
cleared his bench in a 102- Sycamore forward Lenny Long and
mp over Indiana State last broke away for a layup.
at Yost Field House.b
After John Clawson hit on a
20-foot jumper late in the second
half to bring the total to 99, itj
took the Wolverines just over a
minute to reach the century
-nark for the first time this sea-
son, as Craig Dill tossed in the
first of his two foul shot attempts'
to the cheers of 4400 fans.
Two minutes later it was Dill
again on an over-the-shoulder.
layup with 17 seconds left in the
game to top off the cake and end
"We learn something new about'
this team every game," said Strack
And so do the fans. The Blue
turned in a sparkling perform-
ance geared to a well balanced
Wade 9-21 3-4
Warfel 3-11 0-0
Long 3-7 1-2
Crabtree 1-3 0-0
Crittendon 0-1 0-2
Pope 2-4 4-6
Wilett 2-4 0-0
Egerton 2-4 0-0
Huckstet 4-7 0-2
Murillo 1-1 0-0
Miller. 1-4 0-1
Milligan 0-0 0-0
Truitt ' 0-0 0-0
Totals 28-67 8-17
The Wolverines made the air
space around the two backboards
private property during the con-
test, seldom letting the smaller In-
diana players pluck anything out
of that area. Led by Buntin's 10,
the Blue outrebounded the Syca-
mores 59-37. Much of the time
Buntin, Ollie Darden, and Tre-
goning found themselves battling
each other for possession.
It took Cazzie Russell seven-
and-a-half-minutes to score his
first points of the game. Seconds
later, Tregoning stole the ball and
Buntin stuffed in a "Wolverine
Special" to bring the crowd to
Russell followed with a 30-foot
jumper, and Buntin tossed for two
more from under the boards to
bring the score to 29-11 with nine
minutes of play gone..
When the dust cleared at the
end of the game, Russell led all
scorers with 27 points on 12 field
goals and three for three from the
'Close to Oscar'
"We used to open the season
with Cincinnati when Oscar (Rob-
ertson) was there," said Indiana
Coach Duane Klueh after the
game. "I would say that Russell
is the closest thing to Robertson
when we played him, if not bet-
In the first half Michigan, al-
ternating 10 men in the fray.
hit at a torrid 61.9 per cent from
the floor, while Indiana connected
on 46.9 per cent of their shots, a
winning percentage against anoth-
In the second half the Wolver-
ines cooled down somewhat. In-
diana came on to outscore them
16-11 during the opening minutes,
MICHIGAN'S BILL BUNTIN (22) grabs one of his 10 rebounds.
in last night's win over Indiana State. The Wolverines' George
Poiney (44) goes up with Buntin, forcing State's Charles Wade
(20) and Joe Warfel (22) out of the play.
as Michigan dominated the boards at all," said Klueh.
again but could not make their I Myers continued to be impres-
second, third, and fourth tips after sive, especially during the second
shots. half. The 6-8 junior was ever-
But, with Pomey and Thompson present on offense and defense.
in at guard, the Blue added to Scoring was fairly even for
their tight man to man press by Michigan. After Russell, Buntin
double-teaming the ball handler, tallied 17 points, Myers picked up
forcing the Sycamores to make 13, Dill added 12, and Thompson,
mistakes. 'Darden, and Clawson followed
with eight each
By BOB CARNEY
When their Big Ten opener
rolls around in January, the-
Michigan wrestlers will be well-
Part of their preparation takes
place next week when the Wol-
verines hit the road to meet
Eastern powers Penn State and
Cornell. Penn State is the pros-
pective victim in the opener on
Dec. 12, followed by the Big Red
of Cornell two days later.
A second part of their prepara-
tion occurs during the holidays,
when the wrestlers will partici-
pate in the Midwest Open Tour-
nament in LaGrange, Ill., on Dec.
29 and 30.
And their final preparation
prior to the Big Ten opener will
take place on Jan. 9 when they
journey to Pittsburgh.
"These meets will provide val-
uable preparation for our Big Ten
A young Cornell team, especially
strong in the lower weight classes,
will also provide the defending
Big Ten champs with some stiff
Wrestling in the 123 pound slot
for the Big Red will be sophomore
Bob Stock, who won the Eastern
freshmen title last year as a 115k
Captain Neal Orr holds down
the 130 pound position and is a
standout. Orr led the Big Red last
season with a near perfect 7-1
Junior Geoff Stephens, a 167
pounder, is also a man to watch.
Stephens placed sixth in the
NCAA meet last season after
posting a 8-2-1 record as a 157
The Midwest Open Tournament,
in its second year, will include a
good opportunity for the fresh- Bill Johannesen, a consistent
men as well as the regulars." competitor for the Wolverines last
Representing Michigan in the season as a 130 pounder, moves
East as well as in the Midwest into the 137 pound division this
Tournament will be a well-ex- year.
perienced squad consisting of all Jenkins Returns
but two of last year's starting Returning starter Cal Jenkins
team. is Keen's choice in the 147 pound
Alternating in the 123 pound division. Jenkins will alternate
class on the Eastern trip will be with either Bert Maricle or Jim
junior Tino Lambrose who wres- Kamman, both sophomores, who
tied in three meets last season, were to meet in a deciding match
and sophomore Bob Fehrs. yesterday.
Senior Doug Hornung, another Two defending Big Ten cham-
wrestler who saw limited action pions, Captain Rick Bay and Cal
last year, will compete for the Deitrick, will hold down the 167
Wolverines in the 130 pound di- I and 157 spots respectively.
vision. Chris Stowell and Bob Spaly,
Dave Dozeman, who was also a two seniors, round out the lineup
candidate for the starting spot in at the 177 pound and heavyweight
this class, has not fully recovered j positions.
from a serious neck injury that I "We've got a well-seasoned
sidelined him last year, and will I team," says Keen. "I'm sure we'll
hopefully see action after the I give a good accounting of our-
holidays. I selves."
G F R P T
2-4 1-1 7 0 5
3-7 2-2 8 1 8
8-19 1-1 10 3 17
12-20 3-3 7 2 27
4-5 0-0 0 0 8
6-15 1-2 9 0 13
3-5 6-7 4 1 12
4-5 0-1 1 3 8
0-0 0-0 1 0 0
2-8 0-0 9 2 4
0-2 0-0 0 2 0
0-0 0-0 1 1 0
0-2. 0-0 0 0 0
44-92 14-17 59 15 102
waL'l Glslt GLl l.
"If we let down at all," com-
mented Strack after the contest,
"it was on the boards just a
But the Wolverines,
Jim Myers and George
cleared 37 rebounds in1
33 31- 64
63 39 102
"We couldn't get to the boards
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Cincinnati 122, Detroit 114
New York111, Baltimore 90
Chicago 6, New York 1
Montreal 3, Toronto 2
Wichita 73, Texas Western 55
Ohio State 67, Butler 66
Evansville 83, Northwestern 75
Kent State 100, Iowa State 74
Army 83, Amherst 48
Cornell 73, Syracuse 72
Yale 76, Fordham 7
Eastern Michigan 85, Alna 81
Western Michigan 62, Idaho State 59
Air Force 82, Missouri 76
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schedule," says wrestling coach variety of competition. Besides the
Cliff ,Keen. "Penn State, Pitts- Big Ten schools, small colleges
burgh, Cornell and Lehigh are the and junior colleges across the
perennial leaders of the East; and Midwest will be sending teams.
we're meeting three of those four." Among these are Illinois Southern,
In Penn State, the Wolverines Toledo, Wisconsin State and Illi-
will meet essentially the same nois Northern. .
team that they edged 16-11 in a Individual unattached wrestlers
tight opener last year. The Nit- will also be recognized.-I
tany Lions have lost only two Michigan is limited to one reg-
regulars through graduation. ular team, but the remainder of
'Traditionally Tough' the squad will probably enter un-
"Penn S t a t e's traditionally attached.
tough," says Keen. "I can see no "The meet will be loaded with
reason why they'll be changing talent," says Keen. "It will be a
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