', JANUARY 13, 1963
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
JANUARY 13 1963 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
' First Big
radds Hits 33 for Bucks;
den-Point Deficit Overcome
GENT LEADS 75-68 WIN:
Spartans Squelch Wisconsin
By MIKE BLOCK
Special To The Daily
ball team gave it all they had,
but it wasn't quite enough, as they
lost a thriller to Ohio State last
The Wolverines led most of the,
way, but succumbed to a rush by
the Buckeyes late in the second
half. They are now 2-1 in con-
ference play and 10-2 overall. Ohio
State has the same record.
Michigan returns home tomor-
row. night to face Minnesota.
Ahead To Stay
The Buckeyes went ahead to
stay 55-54 with 6:45 to go in the
game after Michigan had twice
built up ten-point leads. Substi-
tute forward Tom Bowman did
the trick with a layup.
The Bucks built up a seven-
point lead with only three minutes
left, and threatened to run away
with the game. Two minutes ear-
lier, Michigan center Bill Buntin
Lad fouled out for the first time
this season, and the Wolverines'
rebound strength was diminished.
But they weren't out yet, and
they showed it by narrowing the
gap to 66-63 with 50 seconds left
on a jump shot by John Ooster-
baan. A few seconds later, OSU
threw away the ball and Michi-
gan took it right down, the effort
culminating in a short jump shot
by captain Tom Cole.
With 32 seconds remaining Ohio
State attempted to go into a stall
and the Michigan strategy was
to foul the Buckey center Gary
Bradds. However, Bradds sank two
free throws and Michigan had the
ball three paints behind with only
11 seconds left.
With seven seconds to go, Cole
attempted a shot from under the
basket but was fouled by Bradds.
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He sank the first attempt but
missed the second, and Bradds
cleared the boards and heaved the
ball far downcourt for the ball
The game started very slowly
with both teams being very cold
from the floor. It only began to
warm up towards the end of the
Michigan led 29-19 with only
one minute to go in the first stan-
za, but the Buckeyes closed strong
with six points in the final 60
seconds. The Wolverines increased
the margin to 49-39 with seven
minutes gone in the second period,
when Ohio State began its move.
A wildly cheering sell-out crowd
of 13,497 saw the game, which was
OSU's 43rd straight win wt home.
Bradds easily out-distanced all
scorers with 33 tallies, and out-
rebounded Buntin 15-13. However,
he was able to get a rebound ad-
vantage only after Buntin left the
Cole was Michigan's top scorer
with 17, followed by Buntin and
Bob Cantrell with 15 apiee. Hot-
shot Dick Riesbeck had 16 for the
Ohio State coach Fred Taylor
praised Michigan by saying that
they were "much more difficult
to defense than evertbefore.
"And that little Cantrell just
killed us," he added. Cantrell had
made a habit of sinking 40-foot
jump shots to keep the Wolverines
in the game.
Michigan coach Dave Strack
commented, "I was prod of our
team. I thought our kids did all
right. They fought Ohio State
right down to the wire."
Remarking on first-half play
Strack said, "Both teams were
cold on their shooting. We gave
away a ten-point lead near the
end of the half, but overall the
mistakes of both teams evened
Thinking ahead to the February
16 contest with Ohio State at Yost
Field House, Strack said, "Don't
count us out yet."
Michigan's cagers take on Min-
nesota, even up in the Big Ten
with a 1-1 mark, here Monday
night at 8:00.
The Gophers rolled over Iowa
Saturday afternoon, 83-58, on
some hot shooting by guards Bob
Bateman and Terry Kunze, and
fell to Ohio State by two points
the weekend before.
Mel Northway, 6'8" center, holds
down the Minnesota pivot spot,
with the team's leading scorer
Eric Magdanz and sharpshooter
Tom McGrann at the forward
posts. Mc xrann hit on 10 of 11
field goal attempts against Ohio
State for a .909 mark.
Toronto 2, Detroit 1
Montreal 7, Boston 2
Detroit 146, Syracuse 115
Indiana 21, Purdue 8
Northern Illinois 57, West. Illinois 55
Wisconsin 73, Ball State 39
Wisconsin 67, Chicago 45
Minnesota 81, Chicago Illinois 31
Minnesota 73, Illinois 32
Michigan State 75, Wisconsin 68
Illinois 106, Purdue 82
Penn 60, Yale 50
Washington 62, Southern Calif. 61
Duke 78, Clemson 67
Cincinnati 67, Tulsa 57
Notre Dame 105, Detroit 70
Mich. Tech 86, St. Norbert (Wis) 73
Wake Forest 76, Virginia Tech 63
Iowa State 55, Kansas 51
Maryland 67, Navy 61
Kansas State 66, Nebraska 53
Seton Hall 81, Fairleigh Dickinson 63
Miami (Ohio) 62, Bowling Green 57
West Virginia 100, G. Washington 97
N.C. State 71, South Carolina 62
Auburn 81, Florida 56
By The Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. - Michigan
State upset the favored Wisconsin
Badgers yesterday 75-68 for the
Spartans' first Big Ten basketball
victory of the season.
Pete Gent led the way with 19
points for the winners as the cold-
shooting Badgers dropped their
first conference game at home.
Both teams now are 1-1 in Big
With Bill Berry and Jack
Lamers setting the pace, the Spar-
tans took an 8-0 lead before a
jump shot by Wisconsin's Jim
Bohen gave the Badgers their first
Wisconsin pulled in front 25-24
with seven minutes left in the
first half and at one point held
a 31-25 lead. But Michigan State
recaptured the advantage 36-34 as
the first half ended.
The second half was a see-saw
affair until Ted Williams, playing
his first game for the Spartans
this year, scored on a layup to
make the count 59-58.
The Badgers never were able
to catch Michigan State after that
as Gent's two baskets and five
free throws sewed up the game for
It was Michigan State's second,
victory against six losses in over-
all play this season. The Badgers
now are 7-4 on the season.
Jack Brens shared scoring hon-
S *, * *
Illini Crush Purdue
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - With six
players scoring in double figures,
fifth ranked Illinois -ran up its
highest basketball tally of the sea-
son yesterday in blasting Purdue
106-82 for a third straight Big
The Illini, boosting their over-
all record to 11-1, grabbed a 6-0
lead as Purdue went three min-
utes without scoring and kept
padding it out. At the half it was
44-32 after Purdue, in one span,
went 11 minutes without retriev-
ing a rebound.
From then on it was just a
question of how many points Il-
linois would roll up as a total of
12 players saw action. Reserve
Bogie Redmon scored all 18 of
his points for the Illini in the last
Others in double figures as Il-
linois hit 44 baskets in 88 shots
for a .500 percentage were Dave
Downey 22, Bill Small 15, Bill
Burwell and Skip Thoren each 12
and Tal Brody 10.
* * *
Gophers Win, 83-58
and Terry Kunze fired a second
half Minnesota burst that swamp-
ed Iowa 83-58 in a regionally tele-
vised Big Ten basketball game yes-
.Minnesota led all of the first
half and was in front 38-34 at in-
termission, but a brief Hawkeye
spurt early in the second half
gained Iowa a momentary 40-40
Then Kunze hit a jumper from
the side and Bateman drove un-
der for two layups to send Min-
nesota winging to victory.
The Gophers continued to
mount an ever widening margin,
with the final 25 point spread their
LE ADS WOLVERINES - Captain and forward Tom Cole, shown
hev against Northwestern, topped the Michigan scoring last
night as the Wolverines fell to Ohio State, 68-66. Cole swished
Gymnasts Score Dual Victory;
Iwa and Indiana Easily Beaten
ors with Gent. Each scored
Special To The Daily
Mi, :chigan's gymnastics team won
both ends of what can only be
call@6f a gymnastics version of the
doub leheader, a double dual meet,
at Bl oomington yesterday.
Th victims of the defending
Big "'en champions were Iowa,
70-41. and Indiana, 81-30. The
Hawl ;.eyes of Iowa salvaged some-
thing, for their efforts with a 73-
38 wi over the Hoosiers.
Ioi va, as expected, provided most
of tb te competition for the Wolver-
inen . George Hery and Glenn Gai-
lis PHiked up the lion's share of
Iowa's points, the only other Iowa
man placing being Pete Droz-
dowit ; who took third in the side
Fl tEE EXERCISE-1. Spicer (M)
86.5, 2. Woodward (Ind) 86, 3. Fow-
ler :Lescari (M) 85.
TI tAMPOLINE--1. Erwin (8) 87.5,
2. S ienders (M) 86.5, 3. Fowler (Ind)
Sl IDE HORSE-1. Lascari (M) 93.5,
2. H 3rnds (M) 82, 3. Woodward (Ind)
HI GH BAR-1. Frecska (M) 87.5,
2. La rose (M) 87, 3. Hynds (M) 83.
PA RALLEL BAR-il. Lascari (M)
95, 2 Larose (M) 87, 3. Fowler (Ind)
SI.JLL RINGS-1. Larose (M) 91,
2. H;y nds (M) 85, 3. Woodward (Ind)
TVJ MBLING-1. Bolten (M) 90, 2.
horse. Gil Larose squeaked out a
win over Hery in the opening
event, floor exercise, 88.5 to 87.5.
Barry Spicer took third with 86.5
Hery came right back, however,
in the trampoline event outpoint-
ing Michigan's highly touted
sophomores, Gary Erwin and Fred
Sanders 89 to 87.5 respectively.
At this point in the meet Gailis
took over for Iowa with seconds
in the side horse and the high
bar and a first in the still rings on
an extremely good performance
which the judges rated at 94.5
points, 100 is perfect. However,
Arno Lescari for Michigan was the
real hero through the middle
events. Lescari took three first
with a 93.5-point performance in
the side horse, 93 points in the'
high bar and 95 points in the par-
Michigan fashioned a sweep in
the tumbling event with Phil Bol-
ton, Mike Henderson and Barry
Spicer doing the honors.
Indiana lists only six men on
its roster and offered only token
resistance for Michigan and Iowa.
Because in a double dual meet
such as this was all events are
run simultaneously Indiana was
left with nothing but the table
Chief scrapman for Indiana was
Jim Woodward, who picked up
three thirds in the sidehorse, rings
and tumbling, and a second in
floor exercise with 85 points. Ron
Fowler for Indiana placed- be-
hind Erwin and Sanders in the
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Bateman finished with 25 points,
17 of them in fueling the second
half rout. Kunze added 17 and
Tom McGrann 12 for Minnesota.
High for Iowa was Dave Roach
The win evened Minnesota's
conference record at 1-1, while
Iowa is winless in three Big Ten,
starts. Bateman, who hit 10 of 13
field shots, took up the slack of
cold shooting by Gopher scoring
ace Eric Magdanz, who could hit
only 4 of 17 shots.
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BOSTON RI') - Pint-sized Ira
M'irchison of the Chicago Track
Club won the 50-yard dash in 5.5
seconds Saturday night in the
Boston Knights of Columbus
Games .~ the first meet of the
strife-torn indoor track season.
With the exception of John Be-
litza of the University of Mary-
land, no colleges were represent-
ed at the meet by edict of the
National Collegiate Athletic 'As-
sociation. Belitza, a pole vaulter
who had done 15 foot, 81/4 inches,
said merely that he was follow-
ing university orders.
However, it was understood that
Athletic Director Bill Cobey had
decided to go along with the NCAA
ban, but was overruled by the uni-
versity athletic council.
If AAU Okays
BOSTON (P) - The National
Indoor Track Meet Directors As-
sociation voted yesterday to con-
tinue its regular winter schedule
"solely" under the sanction of the
Amateur Athletic Union.
In a statement, the association
said it would continue to welcome
the entries of colleges and uni-
versities, which currently arebar-
Te AAU is feuding with the
National Collegiate Athletic Asso-
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track and field. The Eastern Col-
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U.S. Track and Field 'Federation,
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Henderson '(M), Woodward (M) 87.
FLOOR EXERCISE-1. Larose (M)
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TRAMPOLINE-i1.Hery (Iowa) 89,
2. Erwin (M) 87.5, 3. Sanders (M)
SIDE HORSE-1. Lascari (M) 93.5,
2. Gailis (Iowa) 90.5, 3. Drozdowicz
HIGH BAR-i. Lascari (M) 95, 2.
(tie) Hynds (M), Larose (M) 87.
PARALLEL BAR-1. Gailis (Iowa)
94.5, 2, Larose (M) 91, 3. Hynds (M)
TUMBLING-1. Bolton (M) 90, 2.
Henderson (M) 88, 3. Spicer (M)
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