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26, 1966

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PAGE THREE

26, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

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Cagers Halt Losing Streak,

78-68;

IEElS

Pucksters Slaughter Montreal, 10-1

IBarron Sparks Victory;
Kramer Leads Scoring

By STEVE HEILPERN
Michigan, sparked by the ret1urn
of guard Jim Barron, broke a six-
game Conference losing streak by
scoring a 78-68 basketball win over
Wisconsin at Yost Field House last
night.
Barron; a forgotten man since a
severe knee injury interrupted his
promising career at the beginning
of his junior year, seemed to be
the difference as the Wolverines
presented their first consistent of-
tense of the year.
The victory evaluates the Michi-
gan quintet into a tie for seventh
place in the Big Ten with Minne-
sota. Both teams sport 4-7 Con-
ference records.
Michigan plays its final road
I-M Relay Titles
Sigma Phi Epsilon and Hay-
den House yesterday afternoon
won the fraternity and resi-
dence halls half-mile relay
titles, respectively, in Yost Field
House. The Sig Eps nipped
second-place Delta Upsilon in
1:42.1, while Hayden House
overpowered runner-up Gem-
berg in the dorm division with
a 1:42.2 clocking.
game of the season tomorrow night
when it journeys to Lafayette, Ind.
for a clash with four-place Purdue.
Captain Tom Jorgensen, playing
alongside his old backcourt com-
panion, scorched the nets for 27
points. His 11-for-11 from the
free throw line gives his a season's
Sp'ark Ignited

average of 88.9 per cent, which is
close to the best in the nation.
Ron Kramer, though, was again
the scoting leader, with 28 points.
He went on a 20-point spree in the
second half, after being stymied by
Wisconsin's sagging defense during
the first 20 minutes of play.
But it was Barron's night.
Brings Back Memories
The six-foot playmaker remind-
ed the small crowd of 3,000 of
Michigan's sophomore star in the
1953-54 season-the guy who seem-
ed destined for sure stardom. Not
quite as fast, maybe, and slightly
off on his shooting, he was still
Jim Barron.
He scored 12 points on six field
goals, but his inspiring perform-
ance had its effect on his team-"
mates--especially Jorgensen, who
had his finest night of the season.
The Wolverines led most of the
way against a team which had
beaten them by 11 points earlier in
the season (the Badgers, by the
way, started Michigan on its six-
game Big Ten losing streak).
The winners hit on 40.6 per cent
of their field goal tries, and 78.6
from the foul line-quite an im-
provement for Michigan.
An effective zone defense (al-
though Coach Bill Perigo called it
a "sagging man-to-man") held
high-scoring Badger Dick Miller
to 11 points. Forwards Curt Muel-
ler and Bob Litzow led Wisconsin
with 20 tallies each.
Score Deadlocked
Michigan had a 32-28 edge at
the half, but was deadlocked min-
utes later at 36-all. After a few
minutes of nip-and-tuck action,
4ramer solved the Wisconsin de-
fense and sent his team into the
lead for good.
The visitors came within four
points with less than three-min-
utes remaining, but Jorgensen's
eight points in the final two min-
utes provided the final icing.
Perigo could breathe a little
easier in the dressing room. "Bar-
ron sure was the difference," he
commented.
CAGE SCORES
Duquesne 66, Temple 64
Alabama 101, Kentucky 77
Vanderbilt 80, Florida 75
N.C. State 80, Wake Forest 78
Dayton 90, Eastern Kentucky 76
Louisville 83, Murray 70
Pitt 94, West Virginia 76
Seton Hall 79, Muhlenberg 66

BADGER CURT MUELLER dribbles away fronm a cluster of
players during second half of last night's Michigan-Wisconsin
basketball game at Yost Field House. Pictured are Wolverines
Pete Tillotson (26), Randy Tarrier (partially hidden) and Ron
Kramer (27). Badgers are Bob Litzow (43) and John Parker (51).
This Week in Sports
Monday, February 27
BASKETBALL-at Purdue
Thursday, March 1
SWIMMING-Big Ten Meet-at Purdue
Friday, March 2
SWIMMING-Big Ten Meet-at Purdue
WRESTLING-Big Ten Meet-at Northwestern
TRACK-Big Ten Meet-at Michigan State
GYMNASTICS-Big Ten Meet-at Illinois
HiOCKEY-at Michigan Tech
Saturday, March 3
BASKETBALL--Minnesota-Yost Field House-8 p.m.
SWIMMING-Big Ten Meet-at Purdue
WRESTLING-Big Ten Meet-at Northwestern
TRACK-Big Ten Meet-at Michigan State
GYMNASTICS-Big Ten Meet-at Illinois
HOCKEY-at Michigan Tech
SPORTS SHORTS:
Golliday Breaks Record

M' Captain
Bags Four
In Ice Rout
(Continued from Page 1)
inside, the Michigan defense and
Howes thwarted their bids.
Rendall garnered his second goal
in the middle stanza while Mac-
Farland fired his first two. His
first one was the most spectacu-
lar goal of the evening. The big
center shot a sizzling 40 footer
as he sped in along the left boards
that Bleau did not have a chance
on.
Howes Gets Assist
Howes drew an assist on this
play, as he started it by passing
to Don McIntosh who relayed it
to MacFarland. It was the Wol-
verine goalie's first point of the
New High
year and puts him in a 13 way tieI
for 36th place in the WIHL's over-
all seasbn . scoring parade.
During the second period a
group of high school students seat-
ed in the northeast corner of the
rink got into the act as they
serenaded Montreal goalie Bleau
with the French song 'Allouette'
after the netminder failed to block
a Michigan shot.
Another highlight of the game
was the cheer, called 'Carabin-
boom," given by the Montreal
players at the end of the game.
The Carabins give this cheer at
the end of every game.
STATISTICS
FIRST PERIOD: Scoring: 1-Michigan,
Dunnigan (Switzer) 0:37; 2-Michi-
gan, Buchanan (Dunnigan) 5:04; 1-
Montreal, Renaud (Duhaime) 7:53;
3-Michigan, Rendall (MacFarland,
McIntosh) 16:06; 4-Michigan, Mc-
Donald (Switzer) 19:59. Penalties:
Montreal-Houle (interference) 0:28;
Lamoureaux (roughing) 4:44. Michi-
gan-Schiller (charging) 12:55; Bu-
chanan (charging) 6:59.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: --Michi-
gan, Rendall (McIntosh) 4:38; 7--
Michigan, MacFariand (McIntosh,
Towes) 17:28; 8-Michigan, MacFar-
iland (McIntosh, Rendell) 18:20. Pen-
alties: Montreal-Alain (high stick-
ing) 2:40; Lamoureaux (illegal body
check) 10:09. Michigan-Buchanan
(slashing) 3:32; MacFariand (illegal
body check) 13:51; Buchanan (inter-
ference) 18:49.

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FREL

WISCONSIN G
Mueller, f ........... 5
Litzow, f ........... 9
Parker ............ 5
Zeiger, c............0
Gross, c.......... 0
Miller, g..... .. 4
R. Jorgensen, g"..... 1
Holt, g........ 1
Badura, g........... 0
Totals .......... 25
MICHIGAN G
Tillotson, f 1
Tarrier, f.,......3
Lingle, f ... .1
Kramer, c......... 9
Williams, c.........0
T. Jorgensen, g...... 8
Barron, g............6
Totals ............28

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By The Associated Press
MADISON, Wis.-Jim Golliday
of Northwestern set an unofficial)
world record of 6 seconds in the
60-yard dash yesterday in a Big
Ten triangular track meet.
The record books listed 6.1 as

Wisconsin ................ 28
Michigan ...............32

Illini Dealt First Big Ten Loss by OSU;
Iowa Ties for First by Topping Gophers

the indoor track record for 60
yards. Fifteen runners, including
Golliday, have hit the 6.1 mark.
* * *
Olympians Win
PAISLEY, Scotland-The Unit-
ed. States Olympic hockey team
last night defeated the Paisley Pi-
rates, 5-1, with ex-Michigan star,
'John Mayasich of Eveleth, Minn.,
scoring three goals.
Native Sons Beaten
NEW YORK-Two towering sons
of Sweden, Sven Davidson and Ulf
Schmidt, smothered America's Art
Larsen and Gilbert Shea in
straight sets yesterday to set up
the first all-foreign national in-
door tennis final in 29 years.

THIRD PERIOD: Scoring:
gan, MacFarland (Rendell)
Michigan, MacFarland
19:49. Penalties: None.

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9:31; 10-
(Switzer),

By The Associated Press

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Unranked
Ohio State smashed Illinois' 16-
game winning streak last night,
87-84, and put the first stain on
the Illini's Big Ten basketball
record.
All - America Robin Freeman,
wit1 43 points, paced the Buckeyes
to the upset triumph over second-
ranked Illinois, winner of 10
league games.
Iowa 83, Minnesota 73
MINNEAPOLIS-Iowa's defend-
ing champions rode into a first
place tie in the Big Ten basketball
race' by whipping Minnesota, 83-
73, in an anti-climactic overtime
after the Hawkeyes cooly stalled,
for 3%,2 minutes to choke off a
Gopher comeback.
Indiana 84, NUT 82
EVANSTON, Ill.-Indiana sank
36 of 39 free throws and with an
84-82 victory staved off North-
western's effort to avert an 11th

straight Big Ten basketball defeat.
* * *
Purdue 63, MSU 56
LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Forward
Joe Sexson of Purdue hit 13 field

goals, missed nine of 12 free throws
and wound up with 29 points in
the Boilermakers' second basket-
ball victory over Michigan State
this season, 63-56.

BIG TEN STANDINGS
W LI
Illinois.---.. --.10 1
Iowa ............. 10 1
Ohio State .............. 8 4
Purdue.........7 5
Indiana................6 6
Michigan State ......... 5 6
Minnesota... 4 7
Michigan ........ 4 7
Wisconsin ............. 3 9
Northwestern............0 11

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