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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1962

THE MICHIGANV DAILY

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Michigan lcers
Rodgers Scores Hat Trick;
Bieber Subs for Gray in Net

Triumph

Over

Queens

Again,

9-3

Syracuse Downs UCLA, 12-7

By STAN KUKLA
What is the difference between
a tired team and a well-rested
team?
Five goals.
That was the difference between
last night's score, as Michigan
beat Queens 9-3, and Friday
night's score when the Wolverines
won 12-1.
The Golden Gaels of Queens en-
joyed a day's rest and, as Queens
Coach Moon Flanigan put it,
"With a little bit of luck around
the net, we might've beaten them."
Repeat Performance
The game started out as a re-
peat of Friday's game. Tom Pen-
dlebury converted Michigan Lar-
ry Babcock's pass into a picture-
perfect goal at 1:31 of the first
period. Pendlebury and Babcock
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.. hat trick
worked in the same order Friday
to score the first goal then, too.
Gary Butler tallied at 5:42 of
the same period and it appeared
that the game was going to be an-
other walk-away, but Queens
wasn't ready to roll over and play
dead-yet.
Frank 'Jodoin made the game
close with a goal at 10:40 of the
frst period, taking advanitage of
a Wolverine defensive lapse. Bill
Bieber was in the Michigan nets
last night, replacing Bob Gray,
who was being given a rest by
Wolverine Coach Al Renfrew.
Twice in Second
Michigan tallied twice in the
second period before Queens scor-
ed again.
At 11:44, defenseman Don Rodg-
ers scored the first goal of his
three. He beat Gael goalie Doug
Norkum with a hard slapshot from
about 2G feet out. Rodgers' second
goal of the night was scored at
19:52 of the same period.
The third period scoring was
opened by Rodgers on a shot that
surprised practically everybody in
the arena, including Rodgers. It
was an extremely weak shot from
the blue line. The puck skidded
Queens Crowned
MICHIGAN QUEENS
Bleber G Norkum
Rodgers D , Mitchell
Kartusch D Chin
Wilkie C Jodoin
Butler W Windover
Coristine W Larton
First Period Scoring: M-Pendle-
bury (Babcock) 1:31; M - Butler
(Wilkie, Coristlne) 5:42; Q-Jodoin
(Windover) 10:40. Penalties: None.
Second Period Scoring: M-Rodg-
ers (MGonigal, Butts) 11:44; M-
Cole (Morrison, Babcock) 13:24; Q.-
Larton (Mitchell 15:29; M-Rodgers
(Morrison, Corlstine) 19:52. Penal-
tiesif M-Morrison (tripping) 5:01;
M-Kartusch (crosschecking) 17:14;
M-Butler (highsticking) 19:37; Q--
Jodoin (highstcking) 19:37.
Third Period Scoring: M-Rodgers
(Coristine, Kartusch) 1:37; M-Pen-
dlebury (Galipeau, Cole) 10:02; M-
Wilkie (Butler, Babcock) 10:59; Q-
Jodoin (unassisted) 14:37; M-But-
ler (Wilkie, Morrison) 17:09. Penal-
ties: M-Coristine (spearing) 6:51;
M-Kartusch (crosschecklng) 12:05.
MICHIGAN 2 3 4-9
QUEENS 1 1 1-3
Saves:
Bieber (M) 2 7 7-16

Norkum (Q) 18 13 16--47
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along the ice, nobpdy really ex-
pecting it to go in. But it went in,
and Rodgers had his hat trick, the
first he has scored at Michigan.
Flukey
Queens' second and third goals,
scored in the second and third
periods, were flukes, both of them
bouncing off Bieber and into the
net.
The third goal scored by Queens
was almost as accidental. Jodoin
was to the right of the net and be-
hind it. His centering pass bounc-
ed off defenseman Wayne Kar-
tusch's skate, skittered over and
bounced Off Bieber's skate and in-
to the net.
Blames Self
Bieber faults himself for the
goals. "I made three errors out
there and every one of them led
to a goal." He feels that he should
have knocked the puck away from
Jodoin when he had it behind the
net.
Bieber's first-game. jitters did
not stop him from turning in a
brilliant game in the A1ets. He was
tried a total of three times in the
first period and let the puck by
him once.
In the second and third period,
Bieber came up with the big saves
making several stops on screen-
shots and making a save on a
break-away by Jodoin that belied
his experience.
Queens Improves
"They played a better game to-
night," commented Renfrew, re-
ferring to the job done by the
Queens team. "Their passing was
sharper; they were better all
around."
Flanigan agreed. "That rest did
wonders for our boys. They really
were checking and with a little bit
of luck around the nets the score
would have been closer."
The Wolverines' "big" line of
Gary Butler, Gordie Wilkie, and
Ron Coristine were held in check
by the Queens for a good part of
the game. At the best, the line's
play was sporadic and they only
picked up nine points, out of the
26 scored by the team, on three
goals and six assists.
Two-Goalers
Butler, for the second night in
a row, tallied two goals. Tom Pen-
dlebury also netted two. The oth-
er goals for Michigan were scor-
ed by Jack Cole, Pendlebury's line-
mate, and Wilkie.
The second line for Michigan-
made up of Pendlebury, Cole, and
Babcock-accounted for seven
points. Surprisingly enough, the
Blue rearguard got seven points
on Rodgers' three goals, three as-
sists by Ross Morrison and one
assist by Wayne Kartusch.
Roger Galipeau picked up his
first point last night when he as-
sisted on Pendlebury's second goal.
He was skating on the line with
Pendlebury and Cole, replacing
Babcock.
Renfrew is skating Galipeau
with this line because, when Mich-
igan meets Denver this Friday,
Babcock will not be able to play.
In the Michigan State series last
weekend, Babcock was ejected
from the game for fighting. In
the Western Collegiate HIockey As-
sociation ejection from the game
for fighting carrier an automatic
suspension from the next league
game.
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LOS ANGELES () - Syracuse,
frustrated for three periods, came
from behind in the final quarter
yesterday when John Mackay re-
turned a punt 40 yds. for a touch-
down to defeat UCLA 12-7 :n
a nationally televised football
game.
A crowd of 14,485 in the Me-
morial Coliseum watched Syra-
cuse dominate the game but lose
the ball several times on fumbles
and interceptions to stymie scor-
ing drives.
Slipp ry
In the fourth quarter, with the
Bruins leading 7-6, UCLA's Tom
Bennett punted from the end zone.
Mackey, the powerful Syracuse
halfback who was converted from
end a few weeks ago, took the ball
on the 40-yd. line and was hit
immediately by Joe Bauens. But
he shook away and eluded two
more Bruins as he ran for the
sidelines. He threaded his way un-
touched into the end zone.
The victory gave Coach Ben
Schwartzwalder's men, who out-
weighed the Bruins a dozen
pounds per man, a season record
of 5-5. Coach Bill Barnes' gallant
but outmanned Bruins, also fin-
ishing their season on this over-
cast afternoon, wound up 4-6 for
the season.

three times on fumbles and twice
on interceptions.
Early in the fourth quarter, a
77-yd. Syracuse drive ended on.
the Bruin 1 when Jim Nance fum-
bled and Bruin Ezell Singleton re-
covered.
Singleton also intercepted a
pass by quarterback Walley Mahle
in the second period to halt
another long march. The hefty
Easterners, averaging 219 lbs. in
the line, marched 59 yds. to a
touchdown in 9 plays early in
the first quarter with Mahle and
Nance grinding out big chuncks of
yardage on the ground. Don King
dived into the end zone from the
3 for the score. The conversion
attempt was wide.
Comeback
A minute later, the Bruins
marched 80 yds. through the air
and scored. Quarterback Carl
Jones tossed passes of 29 yds.
to Gary Calles and 34 yds. to
Mel Profit, who made a leaping
catch after squirming away from'
a Syracuse defender.
A penalty advanced the ball to

the Syracuse 22, and Jones tossed
a running pass that was tipped
at the goal line by a Syracuse
defender and caught by Dan
Ghormley for a touchdown. Larry
Zeno's conversion made it 7-6 for
UCLA. The scores remained in-
tact until 9:56 of the fourth quar-
ter, when Mackey rambled into
the end zone.
The Syracuse linemen, led by
Leon Cholakis, Paul Houle, Gerry
Everling and Dick Bowman, bot-
tled up the Bruins. The Orange
dominated the game so completely
that UCLA wound up minus 37
yds. rushing, while the Orange
poured through the Californians'
defense for 296 yds. on the ground.
End Walt Sweeney signed a con-
tract with the San Diego Chargers
before leaving the field after his
final game for Syracuse Univer-
sity.
Sweeney was signed by Charger
Coach Sid Gillman in view of a
nationwide television audience. He
was the Chargers' No. 1 draft
pick.

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-Daily-Bruce Taylor
TIPPED IN-Gordie Wilkie (19) tips the puck past goalie Doug Norkum of the Queens Golden
Gaels. Wilkie received the centering pass from linemate Gary Butler (18). The puck (circle) was
not even touched by Norkum. This goal was the eighth of the Wolverines' nine goals that they
scored last night as they beat Queens 9-3 to sweep the series with the visiting Canadians.

Students!

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Syracuse was
own mistakes,

plagued' by its
losing the ball

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CHECKED-Queens forward Larry Windover has trouble keeping
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it away from him. Besides his defensive maneuvers, Butler also
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