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EMBER 11, 195 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Nodaks

Stun

Icers,

4-2;

Cagers

Whip

Nebrask

lowes Gets Minor Injury,
Needs Stitches, But Finishes'

Tillotson, Williams Aid iii
Cagers' First Win of Yeai

Special To The Daily
GRAND FORKS, N.D.-North
Dakota's pucksters came storming
back to take a 4-2 thriller from
Michigan here last night.
Smarting from their 5-1 loss of
the previous night, the mighty
Sioux were hard-prkssed all the
way and were not able to sew up
the contest until the last minute
of the final period.
Wolverine goalie Lorne Howes
suffered a gash over his left eye
near the beginning of the third
period when the puck came sail-
ing out of a wild scramble in front
of the Michigan net. The game was
held up for several minutes while

three stitches were applied to the
wound.
Mike Castellano opened the
scoring for the Nodaks in the
first minute of play when he flipp-
ed the puck past Howes after
taking a pass from Bill Reichert.
M' Retaliates
Michigan retaliated less than
eight minutes later when a Tom
Rendall to Ed Switzer combina-
tion tied the score.
North Dakota took the lead
again at 4:04 of the second period
as left wing Jim Hannesson out-
witted Howes for another tally.
Then, in a fast break, Maize and
Blue defenseman Bernie Hanna
smashed an unassisted goal into
the Sioux net toknot the score
at two-all. This was the last time
that the wolverines were able to

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game by a sprained ankle. He
garnered eight points. -
Wright opened the game with
a swish shot from 30 feet out and
netted two more of the same
variety during the initial surge.
'M' Dominates Rebounds
Jerry Stern replaced Williams
and, with Kramer and Tillotson,
continued the Wolverine domi-
nation of the bankboards during
the first half. Of 31 first half
rebounds, Michigan hauled in 23.
Nebraska first showed that it
didn't consider everything lost
when, with five minutes remaining
in the half, the game's leading
scorer, Charlie Smith, sparked an
eight-point surge which brought

the Cornhuskers to within five
the Wolverines, 40-35.
Tillotson then widened the g
with four straight buckets
thwart the opposition rally.
With the 6-8 Williams alres
out, Kramer's injury early in t
second half equalized the tea
in height and Nebraska began
get its share of the rebounds. E
sides, the Wolverines shooti
percentage dropped from 42.8
the first half to about 30 duri
the final half. The result was
quick reduction of Michiga
lead.
Kramer and guard Jim Barr
making his first appearance of 1
game, then took charge of 1
Wolverines with Big Ron conve
ing Barron's cool ball handling
to the victory-clinching scores.

ED GANGIER
brilliant at Chicago

BERNIE HANNA
... scores unassisted

M' PLACES FOURTH:
Gagnier Stars in Midwest Gym Meet

MICHIGAN'S FLASHY GUARD, Jim Shearon, tries a layup shot
in last night's successful encounter with Nebraska at Yost Field
House. De fending is Cornhusker guard Jim Kubacki, while for-
ward Jim Arwood of the visitors awaits rebound. Wolverines
whipped Nebraska, 77-71.

Special To The Daily
CHICAGO Ed Gagnier was the
stellar performer in Michigan's
first gymnastics meet of the sea-
son, which saw the Wolverines
place fourth out of the twelve
teams competing here yesterday in
Chicago's Midwest Open.
Gagnier placed first in the par-
allel bars, third in the flying rings,'
and was third in the all-around
point total, missing second place{
by only two points. Gagnier's all-i
around performance was even
more brilliant than it would have
been under ordinary conditions,
since there were over fifty com-
petitors in each event.
Wolverines Score 57
The Wolverines amassed a total

of 57 points, and were topped only
by the University of Illinois at
Chicago, Iowa and Illinois. The
Chicago Illini paced the pack with
a total of 98 points, while Iowa
came in second with 90 and Illi-
nois finished with a total of 79.
Other teams competing in the
meet included Michigan State,
Nebraska, Indiana and Western
Illinois.
Supplementing Gagnier's -great
performance were Captain Chico
San Antonio, Wayne Warren and
Bob Armstrong. San Antonio
turned in a good performance on
the parallel bars, while Warren
and Armstrong performed well on
the side horses and flying rings.

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Coach Newt Loken was gener-
ally pleased with the team's show-
ing, commenting that the compe-
titors looked especially strong on
the side horses, still rings, and
high bars.
"Michigan's fourth place was
Mark Set'
CHICAGO (AP) - All-Ameri-
ca Robin Freeman netted 43
points tonight to wipe out all
Chicago Stadium scoring marks
as his Ohio State basketball
team trimmed Loyola of Chi-
cago, 90-7 2. De Paul defeated
Penn State 84-62 in the double-
header opener.
satisfactory for this early in the
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competition it will have to face as
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penetrate goal-tender Tom Yurk-
ovich.
After Howes returned to the ice
in the third period, Michigan put
on a sustained drive in a futile
attempt to pull ahead. A hard shot
by Wally Maxwell bounced dis-
hearteningly off the goal post.
Reichert then hit a hard slap
shot from 20 feet out. The puck
rocketed up, hit the post of the
Michigan goal and bounded into
the net for the winning score.
In a desperation attempt to tie
the score, the Wolverines removed
Howes from the nets and put an-
other offensive player on the ice.
But it proved to be in vain as
Castellano and Hannesson broke
away from the pack around the
Sioux goal and flipped 'the puck
into the open Michigan net to sew
up the contest:
FIRST PERIOD: Goals: 1-
North' Dakota - Castellano
(Reichert) 0:56; 2-Michigan-
Switzer (Rendall) 8:26.
Penalties: Michigan - McIn-
tosh (charging) 12:21; Mich-
igan - Karpinka (tripping)
SECOND PERIOD: Goals: 1-
North Dakota - Hannesson
(Ridley) 4:09; 2-Michigan-
Hanna (unassisted 17:52.
Penalties: Michigan - Switzer
(charging) 4:32.
THIRD PERIOD: Goals: 1-
North Dakota-Reichert (un-
assisted) 11:27; 2-North Da-
kota-Castellano (Hannesson)
19:14.
Penalties: North' D a k o t a-
Running (tripping) 2:18.

This Week in Sports
Tuesday, December 13
HOCKEY - DENVER here - 8 p.m. -- Coliseum
Wednesday, December 14
HOCKEY - DENVER here - 8 p.m. - Coliseum
Saturday, December 17
BASKETBALL - at Butler

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