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Wolverines Upset Illini;
Set Fieldhouse Record
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Childs' S hutout Spoiled
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Both squads hit 36 per cent of
their field-goal attempts, but the
big scoring difference was the
free-throwing. The Blue made.
good on 30 of 36 tries (.833), Illi-
nois hit only 19 of 30 (.633).
With 16:20 left to play, Lee, who
was third in scoring with 21, hit
a jump shot from the rim of the
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keyhole to give Bill Perigo's five a
54-52 advantage, and it was never
to be overcome.
Shearon Fills Void
And much of the reason was
Kramer. His rebounding provided
the spark undert thebasket, and
Jimmy Shearon started to connect
on his jump shot.
Shearon's floor play also filled5
the void created by the sparse use
of Jack Lewis, who did see some
action, contrary to expectations.
The lead actually reached its
peak with a little more than three
minutes to play-91-78-on the
strength of Kramer's tip-ins for
the most part.
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shortly after, Kramer fouled out. To M -M SU
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press which brought them to with-_
in 10 of the victors.
They ganged up on Shearon, and I e k y G m
guard Billy Altenberger drove in The Wolverine Club is sponsor-
to make it 91-81. ing a charter bus trip to Michigan
But the Wolverines' stall soon State for the hockey game Friday,
changed this situation, and hadF
the hapless foes running about February 22.
from man to man in what must A package deal consisting of a
have been for them a frustrating bus ticket and a game ticket wilt
effort. be able to be purchased for $3.50.
With 1:37 to go, forward Harv Tickets will go on sale Monday
Schmidt, who led his stuad with afternoon, 1-4 p.m. at the new
19 pts., committed his fifth foul, Student Activities Building.
and this seemed to take out of The bus will leave Friday from
the blue-jerseyed Illini whatever in front of the Union at 6 p.m.
starch remained in them. and return about midnight.
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By JIM BAAD
Michigan's hockey team con-
tinued to look like a revived outfit
as they completely outplayed Min-
nesota, 4-1, at the Coliseum yes-
Goalie Ross Childs missed get-
ting his second shutout by just
two and a half minutes when Min-
nesota's Ken Wellen pushed the
puck past him at point blank
'M' Gains Ground
The victory gives the Wolverines
eight and one-half points in the
league race, and if Denver loses
again to Colorado, Michigan will
move a notch closer to a berth in
the NCAA finals.
From the start of the contest,
not many of the 2500 fans could
have doubted the outcome. The
offensive power and defensive
staunchness were all Michigan's.
Minnesota was never really in the
Bob Schiller finally broke the
ice at 17:15, slapping the puck
by goalie Don Vaia on the tail end
of some beautiful puck handling
by Wally Maxwell and Tom Ren-
dall. The two first liners maneu-
vered the puck straight down the
right side, Maxwell finally passing
out to Rendall who fired across
the net to the waiting Schiller.
Flurry of Penalties
In the ragged second period,
Michigan scored -gain amidst a
great flurry of penalties. The ref-
erees called nine infractions in
this period, five against Michigan,
and four against the visitors.
Neil MacDonald put the second
goal in one a rebound shot. Dick
Dunnigan had taken the initial
slam at Vaia from near the blue
The other two Michigan goals
were scored by Rendall and Switz-
er in the final period. The last one
by Switzer came only a minute
after Wellencfadbeaten Childs.
All in all, however, Gopher goalie
Vaia had a lot tougher time of it
than did Childs. He was forced to
make 11 more saves 38-27, but
the statistics don't do him enough
justice as Michigan was continu-
ously putting the pressure on him.
Childs, on the other hand was only
really pressed a couple of times.
scoring: 1-Michigan-Schiller (T.
Rendall Maxwell) 17:15.
Penalties: Michigan-J. Rendall
(charging) 4:27; Minnesota-Brooks
(high sticking) 9:35.
Scoring: 2 - Michigan - McDonald
(Dunnigan, Pitts) 7:05.
Penalties: Michigan-J. Rendall
(hooking) 4:31; Minnesota-Petroske
(slashing) 6:35; Michigan-J. Ren-
dal (high sticking) 9:41; Minne-
sota-Brooks (high sticking, served
for Vala) 9:42; Michigan-McDon-
aid (holding) 11:45; Minnesota-Pe-
troske (high sticking) 14.42; Min-
nesota-Schmidt (high sticking)
16:30; Michigan-Switzer (high stick-
ing) 16:30; Michigan-T. Rendall
scoring: 3-Michigan-T. Rendall
(Maxwell) 7:11; 1-Minnesota-Wellen
(Jorde, Turk) 17:35; 4-Michlgan-
Switzer (McDonald-Dunnigan) 18:40
Penalties: Minnesota - Pearson
(tripping) 8:22; Michigan-Hutton
(too many players on ice) 14:54.
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