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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SPITE BERENSON:
Fcers Whipped in Overtime, 4-3

(Continued from Page 1)
But Michigan scored first as
>b White passed out of his de-
nsive zone to linemate Steve
oche'n who fired in a 20-footer
at Spartan goalie Eldon Von
pybrook wasn't fast enough to
op.
Less than three minutes later,
e Wolverines tallied again as
ed Berenson hit the nets for the
rst of his two goals. The redhead
d a three-on-one break into
partan territory and backhanded
ie puck past Von Spybrook into
ie upper corner of the net.
Joe Lunghammer had started
ie play when he pulled a head-
igh Spartan pass out of the air
ith his stick at the defensive blue
ne and passed ahead to Berenson.

The second period was just as
fast and hard, but the Wolverines
began to lose some of their edge.
They were at their best when two
men were off the ice for penalties
and the defense kept the home
team from making a serious
threat..
Finally, the State captain, Jack
Roberts, broke the ice for the
Spartans. Andre LaCoste passed
Honor Mont petit
Canadian Rich Montpetit, one
of Michigan's top gymnasts,
was named Quebec's "Athlete
of the Year" for outstanding
performances in collegiate and
Pan-American competition.

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out to him in front of Michigan
netminder Jim Coyle, and the De-
troit skater drilled it home. ,
Although the third period again
started fast, the pace was begin-
ning to tell on both teams. Michi-
gan started to get shots at the
five-minute mark and bombarded
the MSU nets until Berenson con-'
nected for his second marker of
the evening at 6:58.
Berenson--Again
Berenson followed Jerry Kolb
on the rush up the ice and as Kolb
dropped a beautiful leave and
screened, Berenson maneuvered
Von Spybrook out of position and
laid the puck home.
Then, with the game apparently
on ice, the Wolverines were in the
process of killing a penalty, when
Berenson lost the puck to Jim
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VALENTINES
Chester Roberts
ape the
TWO STORES, TOO!
312 S. State
1203 S. University
HALLMARK --
CONTEMPORARY
P.S. Don't forget
Russell Stover Candy

Atack. The Spartan center broke
in alone on Coyle, but was
thwarted. Tom Mustonen, trailing
for the rebound, had better luck
however, and he converted to
bring the score to 3-2.
Heart-Breaker
/ The heart-breaker came at 13:50
when MSU's Terry Moroney beat
Coyle on a two man breakaway
and forced the game into over-
time+
Michigan carried the attack
through the entire overtime, un-
til, with both sides a man short,
Turcotte spoiled Michigan's hopes
of avenging an earlier defeat on
Spartan ice and dropped the Wol-
verines into fourth place in the
WCHA.
Hockey Statistics

MICHIGAN
Coyle
Palenstein
Mateka
B. White
Bochen
Mac Donald

SWIMMER'S DILEMMA
Clark Tops in U.S., but Still Too Slow
By HAL APPLEBAUM
summer. Clark is no exception, American mark by six seconds,
Ron Clark has an ambiguous thus the lack of satisfaction in would be in thick of the bat
problem. telaigAeia along with the Japanese, fort
The Wolverine junior set an being only the leading American Olympio championships in Augu
American record in the 200 meter swimmer at the moment.
breaststroke this past summer as As a result of winning the AAU Stager feels that Clark's tim
he won the outdoor title though title Clark was selected as one of 219 against Purdue is onl
it was later broken by Bill Mulliken America's breaststroke representa- stao et. "Hshould: be i
and last week e erased all ex- tives in two. dual meets held in to do better, although 2:15 is
isting standards for the 200-yard Japan last July. . coach added.
indoor breaststroke. In Japan, Clark and the other "Clark didn't swim t well
Thus, Clark has swam his spe- American breaststrokers swam " d s,
cialties as fast or faster than any nearly as well as they had in the returning from Japan," Sta
mentioned," and he contin

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MSIJ
Van Spybrook
Christofferson
Norman
LaCoste
Moroney
Roberts

First period scoring: M-Bochen (B.
White. Neilsen) 12:37, M - Berenson
(Lunghasner) 15:23. Penalties: None.
Second period scoring: MSU -Roberts
(LaCoste) 12:50. Penalties: M-Mateka
(holding 3:38, M--Berenson (tripping)
8:24, M-Mateka (charging) 9:09.
Third period scoring: Ms- Berenson
(Kolb) 6:58, MSU-Mustonen (Atack)
7:45, MSU--Moroney (LaCoste) 12:50.
Penalties: M-MacDonald (holding) 4:04,
M-Lunghammer (hooking) 7:18.
Overtime scoring: MSU - Turcotte
(Fournel) 2:A8. Penalties: MW-B. White
(tripping) 1:22, MSU-Roberts (tripping)
2:24.

DON CANHAM
. . . track coach

Sport Staff
Newcomers
Ieet Canham
Sports-minded students who are
interested in working on The
Daily, one of the top collegiate
papers in the country, are urged
to come to the Student Publica-
tions Building tonight at 7:30.
Working on the sports staff will
give you a chance to get behind
the scenes of Michigan sports and
get friendly with the coaches and
athletes, with the additional thrill
of seeing your name in print.
Tonight's meeting will be high-
lighted with a talk by Wolverine
track coach Don Canham, who is
considered to be one of the best
in the nation. His team is the
defending Big Ten Indoor Cham-
pion and was second in last year's
outdoor meet.
Canham will talk on track and
field, the Olympics, and sports at
Michigan, after which there will be
a question and answer period.

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may we suggest ...

-Daily-Jim Benagh
SPEEDY BREASTSTROKERS-Awaiting their awards at last
year's NCAA meet are from left to right Michigan's Ron Clark
and Cy Hopkins and Miami of Ohio's Bill Mulliken who wan the.
event.Hopkins has graduate4, but Clark and Mulliken, who are
among the best breastsrokers in the country, will meet again in
this year's NCAA meet.

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other American and yet he has
not swam fast enough.
Neither Clark nor his coach,
Gus Stager, are satisfied with
these seemingly impressive per-
formances.
The reasons for their lack of
satisfaction stem from the fact
that although Clark is an Ameri-
can record-holder, and has turned
in the fastest time this season, he
is still far from the top in world
competition.
Usually, American swimmers are
largely concerned with beating
their fellow countrymen, but 1960
is an Olympic year and all swim-
mers have their sights set on the
world championships in Rome this

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