SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1963 1
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, DECEMBI~R 7,1963
M' Cagers Overpower Nebraska, 80-55
Take on'M' Varsity
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led, 2-0. Again the Cornhuskers
began to pass the minutes away,,
but this time Wolverine guard
Doug Herner, playing for ill cap-
tain Bob Cantrell, stole the ball,
firing to forward Jim Myers for,
the layup and two more points.
After a hasty time out Nebraska
picked up the tempo only to lose
the ball again, with Wolverine
center Bill Buntin scoring two
more for the favored home five.
Herner then picked off another'
pass and scored to put the Wol-
verines into a 7-0 lead before the
Cornhuskers even got a shot. With
seven minutes gone in the game'
Nebraska forward Charlie Jones
finally tallied to put the visitors
on the scoreboard.
But even from the unorthodox
first minutes it was all downhill
for the Wolverines. A couple of
fancy hooks by sub forward Jim
Yates and some outcourt shooting
from Harold Cebrun were all that
kept the Cornhuskers in the game
as Michigan pushed the score to
34-22 at halftime.
Back after the intermission the
Wolverines turned on a little more
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. () -
Fourth-ranked Duke fought off
repeated rallies and defeated Ohio
State 76-75 in the opening game
yesterday of the West Virginia
Centennial C1a s s ic basketoall
Jeff Mullins' shooting sent Duke
to a nine-point lead in the first
half, but seventh-ranked Ohio
State led by Gary Bradds surged
back time after time. The Buck-
eyes held a 41-40 lead at halftime.
Mullins was the game's high
scorer with 32 points, but he failed
to score in the final six minutes
of play, when he was guarded
heavily. He was credited with 12
rebounds. Bradds was superb in
defeat, scoring 28 points and grab-
bing 10 rebounds.
Ohio State had the ball out of
bounds with nine seconds remain-
ing, but Dick Ricketts' short jump
shot from the right side missed
and the game ended as the ball
was batted around.
Ohio State hit 30 of 51 shots
from the field for a spectacular
58.8 per cent. Duke hit 30 of 74.
gas after a couple of early sloppy
minutes by both teams to pull
out of range. Only reall exciting
moment came with only 1:40 to
play in the game when Wolverine
sub Charlie Adams scored the
first basket of his varsity career
on a jump shot from the side.
Meanwhile the Michigan scoring
attack boosted the Wolverines to
an untouchable 72-45 lead.
As against Tulane last Monday
no single Michigan player dom-
inated the scoring. Buntin paced
the winners with 17 points from
the pivot spot and was followed by
Russell and Myers with 15 and 12
respectively. On rebounds, too, the
Michigan front line was about
even-Buntin and Oliver Darden
got eight apiece. Forward Larry
Tregoning picked off seven.
Strack fielded a new starting
five against the Cornhuskers, with
G F R PT
Myers and Darden at the for-
wards replacing Tregoning and
George Pomey, but as usual the
Wolverine mentor substituted fre-
quently. Thirteen players saw ac-
tion for Michigan.
Jones headed the Nebraska scor-
ing with nine points.
Asked about his surprising stall
at the beginning of the game,
Nebraska coach Joe Cipriano com-
mented, "We tried to hold the
ball, thinking we could get them
to foul us. And we thought we
might try it for the whole game.
It gave us some good stall prac-
tice, and then, a 4-0 game would
have been okay.
"I think Michigan certainly de-
serves their high ranking this
winter. I saw Wichita play, and I
don't think they're as good as
Over in the home locker room,
things were a little happier. "We're
improving," said Strack. "We
looked a lot better in there on
defense, jumping in there and
stealing the ball a little more-
I've got no complaints.
"We weren't expecting to play
a 35-minute game," he added,
talking about the Nebraska early
stall, "but maybe they were. They
play Purdue tomorrow, and maybe
they thought they'd have a better
chance against them than against
In rebounds, the Wolverines led
the way again with 59 while Ne-
braska grabbed 38. Michigan hit
home for 46 per cent of their shots
from the floor. The Cornhuskers
scored at a 38 per cent clip.
Cantrell was running a fever
and did not dress for the game,
and Herner moved into the start-
ing guard spot to hold Nebraska
star Cebrun to eight points. Can-
trell is expected to be ready to
play against Butler Wednesday.
Pomey injured a knee in the
middle of the second half but re-
turned fully fit back to the floor
before the game was over.
Host Michigan Open
By PERRY HOOD
The majority of Michigan hock-1
ey fans will have their first chance
to see the Wolverines in action'
tonight in the annual Freshman-
varsity contest at 8 p.m. in the
The Michigan pucksters opened
their season with two 9-5 victories
over Queens College during the
Thanksgiving vacation beforer
sparse audiences. Queens came in-
to the coliseum a much-improved£
team over last year.
"Queens had inuch better skat-
ing and passing than they hadt
last year. They permitted too
many shots, though, but their
goalie was outstanding," Michigan
coach Al Renfrew said.t
Few Clear Shots
All was not the best for Michi-
gan as over 123 shots yielded only
18 goals, whereas Queens got 10
goals from 51 shots at Michigan
goal-tenders Bob Gray and Bill
"A lot of our shots were screen-t
ed. They weren't clear shots," ex-
plained Renfrew. "We gave thel
puck away too much in our own
end, but remember that the kids
haven't played since last year."
The brighter spots were Garyt
Butler's hat trick and Captain
Gordon Wilke's play. "Butler is
perhaps our fastest skater," saidt
Renfrew. "Wilke played very well
offensively and defensively." Jack
Cole, first line wing, put home;
three goals in the two contests.
"Cole is doing much better this
year," Renfrew added.
The frosh game tonight will be
the first test of the new freshman
players. "We have two good fresh-
man lines," said Renfrew. The
first frosh line will consist of Bob
Boysen from Minneapolis, John
Hall also of Minneapolis, and
Dean Lucier from Detroit. The
second will have Mel Whaakabay-
ashi from Chatham, Ontario, Jerry
Abel and Mike Mattila of Detroit.
Lucier, Abel and Mattila played
with the same Junior 'B' team in
Detroit during their high school
Frosh goalie Greg Page and de-
fenseman Mark Thompson both
came to Michigan from the same
high school in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Other defensemen will be Hank
Brand, Tom Schiller, Rick Day
and Pat Zimmerman.
The varsity will have all men in
action except for Dave Newton,
who will be operated on today. It
is hoped that he will be ready for
next week's home series with
Toronto. In the goal "we'll prob-
ably play Gray two periods and
Bieber one," said Renfrew. Gray,
who returned midway through last
year's season from an injury to
spark the Wolverines to a series
win over the Huskies of Michigan
Tech, is "getting better every
day" according to Renfrew.
The varsity line of sophomores
Alex Hood, Pierre Dechaine and
Wilfred Martin, all of Regina,
Saskatchewan, accounted for three
goals as a line during the Queens
series. "They worked real well
together. They were all right for
their first varsity games."
Butler, Wilke and Cole will com.
pose the first line for the varsity,
with Tom Polonic and Barry Mac-
Donald on defense.
Michigan pucksters will open
the regular season at home against
Toronto on Dec. 13 and 14. The
Wolverines will then hit the road
for the entire Christmas recess.
Their first host will be Min-
nesota (Duluth Branch) on Jan. 7
and 8 before they meet Minnesota
on Jan. 10 and 11.
After the holidays, Michigan re-
turns home for a two-game series
with Loyola (Montreal) on Jan.
17 and 18 and another home
series against Michigan Tech on
Jan. 24 and 25.
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By MIKE MEYERS
The competition should be both
keen and unusual as the 1964
Michigan swimming team goes on
display for the first time at the
Matt Mann Pool this afternoon.
It is unusual in that it is the
first of two experimental Michi-
gan Colleges Swimming and Div-
ing Meets. The plan was devised
by Michigan Coach Gus Stager
and Michigan State Coach Charles
McCaffree in order to give college
swimmers in the state more of an
opportunity for diversified compe-
tition. Michigan State will host
the second meet at East Lansing
on March 12, 1964.
The meet starts at 2 p.m. today
and students will be admitted for
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BOWL IN BALANCE:
Navy Battles Army
$1.00. General admission is $1.50.
Teams entered besides the Wol-
verine's varsity and frosh are the
MSU varsity and frosh, Western
Michigan, Flint Community Jun-
ior College, Henry Ford Communi-
ty College, and Jackson Junior
The meet will not only carry
with it the excitement of compe-
tition against other schools, but
it is also the only chance all year
for Michigan fans to see the fresh-
men work to prove themselves
against the varsity. The Wolver-
ine Frosh include Carl Robie, AAU
200-meter butterfly champion, and
High School All-Americas such as
Bill Groft, Russ Kingery, Paul
Scheerer, John Vry, and Tom Wil-
Many of last year's top per-
formers will also be competing.
Ed Bartsch, NCAA 200-yard back-
stroke champion returns to add to
the Wolverines' strength. Dick
Gretzinger of MSU should chal-
lenge seriously in the 200-yard
individual medley. Last year he
placed in both the 200- and 400-
yard individual medleys in the Big
Another feature of the meet is
provided in the 100-yard butter-
fly. Charles Strong of the MSU
varsity swam with a summer swim
team in Philadelphia with Robie
and Kingery. Today is the first
time that they will have swum
against each other in competition.
The events to be held this aft-
ernoon are the 200-yard individ-
ual medley, the 100-yard free-
style, the 100-yard breaststroke,
the 100-yard backstroke, the 100-
yard butterfly, and three-meter
By The Associated Press
Army's do-or-die bid to wreck
Navy's Cotton Bowl plans and
rugged closing tests for Pitts-
burgh and the Air Force, who
could land late post-season plums,
highlight the final major Satur-
day of the college football season.
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is at Philadelphia Stadium where
more than 100,000 will gather to
see if the exciting Roger Stau-
bach and his Midshipmen team-
mates can extend a four-year jinx
over the Cadets of West Point.
The 64th annual service battle,
to be staged in a somber atmos-
phere out of respect for the late
President Kennedy, will be tele-
Pittsburgh, fourth-ranked na-
tionally and beaten only by Navy
this year, sends its big pro-type
team against formidable Penn
State at Pittsburgh. The Air Force
is host to Colorado at Colorado
All of these games were post-
poned after the assassination of
President Kennedy in Dallas.
If Navy can win its fifth
straight from Army, the Middies
are expected to get an immediate
invitation to meet top-ranked, un-
beaten-untied Texas in the Cotton
Bowl at Dallas in what would
stack up as the game of the year.
A defeat at the hands of the
grim and determined Cadets or
a high-level decision to keep Navy
out of any bowls would toss the
Dallas bid into the laps of the
... all-around performer
By TOM ROWLAND
Michigan opens up its 1963-64
wrestling schedule here tonight
against a strong Penn State team
at Yost Field House, with the
action getting underway at 7:30
The meet is free to all students
showing ID cards at the door.
The Nittany Lions were the only
team to defeat the Wolverines last
year, scoring a 14-11 win in the
opener a year ago. Michigan
swept through the remainder of
the schedule and went on torcop
the Big Ten championship and a
third place NCAA spot at the close
of the season.
This year the Wolverines are
without graduated stars Jack Bar-
den, Nick Armelagos and Jim
Keen, but Cliff Keen still has
plently of material on hand. In-
cluded on the roster tonight are
captain Wayne Miller and junior
Chris Stowell, both who won last
year against the Nittany Lions,
and Lee Deitrick, runner-up in the
Big Ten tourney at 147 pounds.
Dave Dozeman, a third place
finisher in the conference last
season, is, out for the winter fol-
lowing an auto accident last week-
end. Only returning Big Ten
champ Rick Bay has yet to make
the lineup after a fall of football.
123-Ralph Bahna (M) vs. Tom
130-Bill Johannesen (M) vs. Mark
137-Cal Jenkins (M) vs. Steve
147-Lee Deitrick (M) vs. George
157-Wayne Miller (M) vs. Gerald
Eremas or Dick Dewalt.
167-Dave Post (M) vs. Martin
177-Chris Stowell (M) vs. Mike
Hvywt.-Bob Spaly (M) vs. Don
McKenna or Dick Walker.
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