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Hockey Team Nips Gophers
On Third Period Comeback






P -Daily--John Hirtzel
HANDS OFF-M. C. Burton, Michigan forward, goes high to grab
Sa rebound from Minnesota's Mack Nettleton in last night's 82-62
Gopher victory, played at packed Yost Field House.
Michigan Cage Attack Stalls
In Disastrous Second Half

Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS, M i n n. - The
Michigan hockey squad kept alive
its flickering hopes of playing in
the NCAA playoffs as it turned
back a stubborn Minnesota sextet,
4-3, last night at Williams Arena.
The Maize and Blue got the
first goal as Wally Maxwell flick-
ed the puck past goalie Don Vaia
with only 1:40 gone in the first
Gophers Roar Back
Minnesota came roaring back
with goals by Dick Burg and Terry
Bartholeme to hold a 2-1 lead at
the end of the period.
Michigan dominated play in the
second period but could not score
as Vaia brilliantly blocked the
Wolverine pucks. Vaia had a bril-
liant evening as he made a total
of 61 saves.
Tom Rendall tied up the score
early in the third period as he
blasted the puck past Vaia at 1:59
from 15 feet out.
Michigan's Dick Dunnigan belted
a 15 footer beyond Vaia's reach at
3:15 of the final period to give the
Wolverines a slim 3-2 lead.
Mary Jorde converted a pass
from Tom Riley into a goal at the
5:06 mark as Minnesota tied up
the game at 3-3.
Michigan, realizing that a tie
wouldn't help them in their bid for
a spot in the NCAA tourney, com-
pletely dominated the play for the
rest of the game.
Finally, at 15:08, Ton Rendall
rifled a shot past the tired Vaia

second goal, and was shaken up
Michigan must win the rest of
its games and Michigan Tech and
North Dakota must lose at least
one apiece if Michigan is to end
up the season in second place and
receive an invitation to the NCAA
tourney. Michigan Tech and:
North Dakota both won their,
WIHL games yesterday.
Hockey Stats
FIRST PERIOD: 1-Michigan, Max-
well (Ilayton, Starr) 1:40; 1-Minn.,
Burg (Swanson, Aim) 9:18; 2-
Msnn., Bartholome (Delmore) 15:43.
Penalties - Mich., - McDonald
(roughing), Hayton (slashing);
Minn.-Riley (roughing), J o r d e
THIRD PERIOD: Michigan-1 Ren-
dell (Maxwell) 1:59, 2 Dunnigan
(McDonald, Switzer) 3:15; Minne-
sota- 1 Jorde (Riley) 5:06; 3 Mich-
igan, Rendell (Stark) 15:08.
Penalties - Mich. - Karpinka
(roughing), Alm (cross checking).
Stops: Vaia 61, Childs 28.

... tallies pair

Sowell Sets
New Indoor
880 Mark.
NEW YORK (P)-Arnie Sowell
of Pitt zipped to a new world in-
door half-mile record of 1:50.3,
Milt Campbell ran the magic 7
second 60-yd. high hurdlers and
Ron Delany galloped to a 4:06.7
mile victory over Hungary's Laz-
slo Tabori in the Millrose Games
last night before a screaming
throng of more than 15,000 in
Madison Square Garden.
The crowd was in a record mood
after watching Sowell and Camp-
bell set new standardsand were
hoping that someone might push
Delany to a new mark.
But the turkey trotting Olympic
1500-meter champion ran his time
worn race. He merely loped along
in the pack until it was time to
step to the fore. Last night, he de-
cided to stop teasing his rivals
about a lap and a half from home.-
He passed Tabori, then was con-
tent to permit the defected'Hun-
garian, who has yet to win an in-
door race in four starts try to
catch him.

WV. L. Pct. Pts. OP
Indiana....................5 2 .714 532 499
Ohio State................6 3 .667 668 637
Purdue....................5 3 1625 574 558
MICHIGAN ...............4 3 .571 480 492
Illinois ....................4 3 .571 594 559
Minnesota .................4 3 .571 533 537
Michigan State ............4 3 .571 483 462
Iowa. ................3 4 .429 492 489
Northwestern..............2 7 .222 596 646
Wisconsin.................0 6 .000 358 441

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(Continued from Page 1)
the bench with four fouls with 12
minutes left to play.
Although Lewis contributed only
three points to last night's cause,
his abilities as a playmaker made
Michigan click. If a column of
assists was kept along with a col-
umn of points, and these totaled,
Lewis would no doubt lead the
When he went out, the smooth
operations stopped. Michigan could
only bring the ball down and shoot
from outside. Many times the ball
was lost without a shot.
Kramier Slows Down
Another thing which slowed
down Michigan was Ron Kramer's
slowing down. He had played won-
derful basketball in the first half,
but midway in the second the
weary forward failed to keep up,
which greatly hindered the de-
Three of the Gophers were es-
pecially effective in taking ad-
vantage of the Wolverine confus-
ion. Big George Kline, who had
played a major role in killing
Michigan up at Minneapolis, col-
lected 21 points for game honors.
Twelve of these came in the last
Hanson Gets Hot
George Hanson became tremen-
dously hot and connected for 121

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of his 16 points late in the sec-
ond half. Substitute Gerald Lind-
sley outdid both his teammates,
however, collecting 13 last-stanza
At the foul line Michigan was as
good as it has been all year, hitting
an even .700. Minnesota was
terrible in the first half, hitting
.333, but they hardly missed when
it really counted and finished up
at .667.
Gopher Broke
Tucker, f . 4 0-1 1 8
Anderstrom, f ...... 1 1-2 1 3
Kline, f....... 8 5-8 2 21
Griffin, c 1 0-1 2 2
Dommeyer, c-f.......3 1-1 1 7
Jeppesen, c.........0 0-0 0 0
Nettleton, c......... 0 0-0 0 0
Johnson, g.......... 3 4-5 4 10
Lindsloy', g.......... 4 5-6 2 13
Hanson, g........... 8 0-1 3 16
Stoltman, g.......... 1 0-0 0 2
Totals ............33 16-25 15 82
Burton, f............0 3-5 2 3
Dunlap, f ........... 0 0-0 0 0
Tillotson, f.......... 6 4-4 1 16
Prahst, f............ 0 0-0 0 0
Tarrier, f-e......... 0 0-0 0 0
,Kramer, c............7 0-0 3 14
Lee g-f'............. 6 5-6 4 17
Wright, g............ 0 0-0 1 0
Lewis, g-f........... 1 1-3 4 3
Shearon, g........... 4 1-2 2 9
. Totals ............24 14-20 19 62

... fires marker

Monday night's basketball
game between Michigan and
Wisconsin at Madison will be
broadcast over WUOM (91.7
megacycles) at 8:55 EST.
to give Michigan a 4-3 lead which
they held for the remainder of the
There were only six penalties in
the game with Michigan getting
four of them. However the penal-
ties did not prove to be important
in the game's outcome as all the
goals were scored with both teams
at full strength.
There were several injured in
the game. Michigan defenseman
Ed Switzer required 11 stitches for
a cut lip afflicted in the third
period. Tom Rendall slammed into
the goal posts after scoring his

Ohio State, Purdue Suffer Upsets

ana's Hurrying Hoosiers blasted'
Ohio State's Buckeyes out of the
Big Ten basketball lead last night,
69-59, and the Hoosiers jumped
from a third-place tie into the
top spot.
Defeats of Purdue by Iowa and
of Michigan by Minnesota left In-
diana the only team in the league
with less than three losses. The
Hoosiers stand 5-2, Ohio State
The Bucks built up a 17-11 lead
early in the game but Indiana
made the next six points. Ohio
State led again briefly at 19-17 on
a long shot by Frank Howard.
Dick Neal hit a tip-in for Indiana,
Hallie Bryant pumped in two bas-
kets and the Hoosiers led the rest
of the way.
Indiana had a 35-29 margin at
the half. It expanded the lead to
16 points at 45-29. Ohio State
pulled up to trail by only three at
58-55 but four free throws gave
the Hoosiers a working margin
for the last three minutes.
Archie Dees, Indiana center
leading Big Ten scorers with a 23.5
average, was held to 17 but How-
ard, running second with a 22.2
average, got only nine.
Balance paid off for the Hoosiers,
with Bryant scoring 16 points, Dick

The Hawkeyes' second half
shooting average was 51 per cent.
Purdue hit 37 per cent for the
Purdue ripped Iowa's defense
midway in the opening half and
held a 36-25 lead with 1:17 to play.
Iowa Coach Bucky O'Connor re-
placed four of his five starters and
the Hawkeyes pulled to within six
points at halftime.


LINCOLN, Neb. - Wilt "The
Stilt" Chamberlain poured in 26
points and was a rebounding
plague to Nebraska as Kansas took
a 69-54 Big Seven conference bas-
ketball win before a jammed Coli-
seum crowd last night.
The 7-foot Kansas sophomore,
with top scoring assistance from
Maurice King, shot the Jayhawks
into a 24-8 lead after 13 minutes.


Detroit 3, Chicago 0
Montreal 2, Boston 2
New York 4, Toronto 4
Neal 15 and Pete Obremskey 12.1
Jim Laughlin was high for Ohio'
State with 16 and Ken Sidle added
Indiana hit 25 of 69 shots from
the field, Ohio State 24 of 61. The
Buckeyes missed only two free
throws but got only 13. Indiana
sank 19 of 25.
IOWA CITY, Ia. - Iowa pieced
together a consistent scoring com-
bination in the second half last
night to jolt second place Purdue
in the Big Ten basketball race,
Trailing by as much as 11 points
in the first half and 38-32 at
halftime, Iowa came back in the

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