THE MICHIGAN DAIL jV SUNDAY, J
MAENTZ HOOKS - Scott Maentz, Michigan's sophomore for-
ward gets off a hook shot early in the game as Lance Olson (30)
and Horace Walker look on. Maentz came through with eleven
points in a losing cause, however the Wolverines were never in
the game following the opening few minutes, and fell, 89-58.
WHOA THERE-Michigan's All-American defenseman Bobble Watt showed wiy last night. Here
he steers Tech center Jerry Sullivan out of the p lay and blocks Dave Cowan's bid for the puck with
his skate. Watt shone offensively last night too, sending the Wolverines off to their victory by firing
the opening goal in the first period. Goalie Jim C oyle, hugging the post, turned aside 27 shots in
another outstanding performance against the Huskies. Coyle's 2.5 goals allowed per game average
is currently the best in the Western Collegiate H ockey Association. Michigan defenseman Butch
Nielsen looks worried as he follows up the play.
COMING THROUGH - Michigan Tech goalie George Cuculick is sent sprawling by high-flying
Wolverine Pat Cushing, who caught the visiting net-minder roaming behind the cage. Referee Marty
Pavelich didn't approve of Cushing's rough-housing - he sent the junior left-winger to the penalty
box for two minutes (charging). Cuculick, unhurt, finished the game after a brief rest.
Spartans Gain Early Lead
To Crush Cold 'M' Cagers
ef ense Stars as Coyle Stops 21 Shots;
Becomes Top Goalie in Hockey League
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Michigan junior did not add to
that total after the intermission.
Tidwell had a game total of four
field goals in 17 .tries.
With Tidwell, Lovell Farris, Dick
Clark, and Dick Donley combining
for a total of two second-half
points, captain Terry Miller and
sophomore Scott Maentz attempt-
ed to, take. up the team scoring
slack. Maentz contributed seven
of his 11 points during that time,
but Miller did the most outstand-
The senior guard threw in 13 of
his 22 points in the second half, as
he canned half a dozen shots from
20 to 30 feet out.
"We kept forcing him farther
out, but he just kept on hitting,"
said winning coach Forrest An-
Michigan State, which now owns
a 2-0 record in Conference play,
showed last night that it has not
lost much in the ineligibility of
former regulars Art Gowens an'd
Clark ........ 0
Maentz ...... 5
Farris ....... 7
Tidwell *..... 4
Donley ...... 0
Robinson ... 0
Schoenherr .. 0
Lyons ........ 0
Zimmerman .. 0
Mich. State G
Scott ........ 2
Fahs ........ 8
Schwarm .... 5
Young ....... 1
Richey ...... 0
Sparvero .... 1
Brandstatter . 0
PALENSTEIN DROPS - Michigan defenseman John Palenstein drops to his knees In an attempt
to drop the backhand drive fired by Tech winger Barry Johnson (14). Palenstein failed, but Mich-
igan goalie Jim Coyle managed to stop the shot and control the rebound to foil the Huskies. Wait-
ing for the rebound which never came out are Tech's Dave Cowan (18) and Tom Bourke.
IOWA, ILLINOIS ALSO WIN:
OSU Sophs Nip Indiana, 96-95
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COLUMBUS -- Larry Siegfried
connected for a basket with only
two seconds left to give Ohio State
a tremendous 96-95 comeback vic-
tory over Indiana yesterday in a
titantic Big Ten struggle.
The field goal, Siegfried's only
one of the contest, rolled around
the brim before it dropped
A capacity crowd of 13,497, larg-
est to see an Ohio State basketball
game, and a regional television
audience, witnessed the action-
packed thriller. The win for the
Buckeyes, now 2-0 in Big Ten
standings, virtually eliminated the
Hoosiers from any chance for a
Western Conference Crown as the
heartbreaking setback saddled In-
diana with its third straight con-
Ohio State's terrific trio of
sophs, Mel Nowell, John Havlicek
and Jerry Lucas, paced the scoring
column for the victors with 26, 21
and 20 points, respectively.
Herbie Lee hit 23 fo rthe Hurry-
in' Hoosiers, Walt Bellamy scored
17 and LeRoy Johnson tallied 16.
Indiana held a 95-92 advantage
late in the game but Lucas tipped
in a field goal try to cut it to
95-94 with only 30 seconds left.
Indiana, trying ball control, lost
possession, and the Bucks called
time out with 17 seconds remain-
ing to set up the winning basket.
The hectic affairs was dead-
locked 12 times and the lead
changed hands 10 times in a furi-
ous first half that saw the Hoos-
iers take a slim 56-52 halftime ad-
S * *
Purdue 99, Wisconsin 69
ry Dischinger and Jerry Berkshire
fired Purdue to a 99-69 rout of
Wisconsin's basketball team to-
night, leaving Purdue undefeated
in two Big Ten starts and Wiscon-
sin a three-time loser.
Dischinger hit 30 points, match-
ing his production in Purdue's
opening conference victory over
Indiana a week ago.
A 22-point splurge by Berkshire,
from the little Indiana town of
Royal Center, was unexpected. His
best previous production had been
Iowa 73, Northwestern 59
IOWA CITY-Iowa kept North-
western from stalling by taking an
early lead here tonight and won its
second Big Tetn basketball game,
Iowa went ahead for keeps 9=8
with five minutes gone and North-
western never was able to make
use of, its slow-down tactics which
had upset Indiana.
* * t
Illinois 90, Minnesota 82
CHAMPAIGN-With four play-
ers hitting in double figures, top-
ped by Mannie Jackson's 25 points,
Illinois trimmed Minnesota 90-82
yesterday in a Big Ten basketball
The Illini, boosting their Cpn-
ference record to 1-1, the same as
the Gophers, jumped into a 19-8
lead and maintained at least a
10-point margin until the final two
At halftime, Illinois was ahead
52-37 and its biggest bulge was by
17 points at the outset of the
* : *
Notre Dame 75, Detroit 63
SOUTH BEND - Notre Dame's
basketball team throttled Detroit
with a zone defense and inflicted
the Titans' second defeat of 12
starts in an afternoon game yes-
The Irish, winning for the ninth
time in 12 starts, jumped into a
7-0 lead and never trailed. Detroit
twice cut the margin to a point but
was down 34-29 at the half.
The Titans, who had been aver-
aging 92 points a game, scored
only one fielder in the first nine
minutes of the second half and
fell hopelessly behind.
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