SATURDAY, JANUARY 20,1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Unbeaten Matmen Greet Iowa
$y DOUG HELLER
"Having a meet at home sure
makes a difference" said Wolver-
ine Coach Gus Stager.
"I thought we had a much bet-
ter chance this year than last
year" said Michigan State diving
Coach John Narcy.
"I still don't know how we lost
last year," said Carl Robie.
Carl Robie? The sight of former
Michigan all-time greats Robie
and Bill Farley must have helped
scare the Spartans right out of
the pool as they were humbled by
,w the Wolverines 69-50 last night.
It started in the first event when
one State swimmer left the blocks
too soon in the 400-yard medley
relay and his team was disqualified
out of four second place points.
"It was the most obvious early
start I ever saw," said Michigan
diving Coach Dick Kimball._
Then the party started. After
Gary Kinkead ran away with the
1000-yard freestyle by nearly 12
seconds; Fred Brown won the one-
meter diving handily. Kimball was
impressed by Brown's ability as a
competitor. Paul McGuire took
There was an interruption in the
200-yard freestyle as State's highly
regarded Don Rauch held off John
Salassa and Mike O'Connor.
But Bob Kircher, a sophomore,
surprised everyone in sight with
with a 22.32 to win the 50-yard
freestyle with Wiebeck third.
In the 220-yard individual med-
ley, Robie saw his Michigan team
record, set when he specialized
in the event as a sophomore, bro-
ken by Juan Bello with a 200.27.
But Bello saw State's Pete Wil-
liams win the race with a 2:00.08,
setting a pool record in the pro-
cess. Poor Bello (pronounced
Bayo) has now lost his last two
IMs by a total of less than one-
third of a second. But as the Peru-
vian sophomore says, "Don't wor-
ry, I get them in the Big Tens."
It looked like the party had
come to an end when Spartans
Rauch and Williams took the 100-
yard freestyle and. the 200-yard
backstroke, while all the Wolver-
ines could set was a second in the
100 from Wiebeck and a close third
* 400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Dorney, Maher, Bisbee,
Wiebeck); Michigan State disqual-
ified. Time- 3:38.09.
1000-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Kin-
kead (M); 2. Geggie (MSU); Gros-
Seth (MSU). Time - 10:28.59.
ONE-METER DIVING - 1.
Brown (M; 2. Henderson (MSU);
3. McGuire (M). Points-273.80.
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Rauch
(MSU); 2. Salassa (M); 3. O'Con-
nor (M). Time - 1:47.29.
50-YD. FREESTYLE 1. Kir-
rher L(M); 2. Langley(MSU); 3.
Wiebeck (M). Time -22.56.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
-L Williams (MSU); 2. Bello
(M); 3. Richards (MSU). Time -
THREE-METER DIVING - 1.
McManaman (M); 2. Henderson
(MSU); 3. Green (MSU). Points
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Arusoo
(M); 2. Bisbee (M); 3. Booth; Time
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Rauch
(MSU); 2. Wiebeck (M); 3. Kam-
bach (MSU). Time - 48.46.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1.
I Williams (MSU); 2. Burke (MSU);
3. Dorney (M). Time - 2:02.36.
500-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Kin-
kead (M); 2. Richards (MSU); 3.
Bello. (M). Time --4:54.08.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Mahler (M); 2. Brown (MSU); 3.
Robertson (M). Time-2:20.52.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY -
1. Michigan (Salassa, Kircher, Sul-
livan, O'Connor); 2. Michigan
Michigan Icers Overwhelm
Western Ontario in 9-4 Romp
from Dorney on his back with a
very good time of 2:02.98.
Kinkead, though, cleaned up
once again, this time in the 500-
free,, with Bello third. Then came
the "turning point of the meet"
according to Coach Stager. The
200-yard breaststroke, which was
still supposed to be a case of
mourning for the graduation of
Paul Scheererdas far as Michigan
was concerned, found Jay Mahler
winning, in a highly respectable
time of 2:20.52; John Robertson
grabbing third. The event clinched
the meet, while a total reversal
would have given State a chance
to win it all if they took the 400-
yard freestyle relay.
And State did come close in the
400. But Salassa, Kircher, Tim
Sullivan and O'Connor prevailed
with a 3:17.53.
By BILL DINNER
t After losing to Michigan in the
National Championships, last
spring, Iowa's gymnasts will be
out for blood as they entertain
the Wolverines tonight in Iowa
The dual meet will follow the
Minnesota-Iowa basketball game,
and the near-capacity crowd will
be treated to performances by
Big Ten Champions in almost all
of the seven events.
Hawkeye chief Sam Bailie, who
led his tribe to the conference
title in his first year, is con-
fident of a repeat performance
this season. "Although I respect
coach (Newt) Loken, I feel sure
that we will win the meet."
Even though he lost four out-
standing seniors last year, Bailie
has acquired some excellent
sophomores to fill their shoes.
"With all this talent we have
to be better than last year, (when
they took the Big Ten title),"
he observes. And with early sea-
son scores already skimming the
magical 190 mark, he may be
The mainstay of the Iowa squad
is the side horse team, led by
conference champ Keith McCan-
less, a junior. Reinforcement is
amply provided by senior Mark
Slotten. In the last year's first
Michigan-Iowa meet this pair
scored 9.5 and 9.65, respectively.
Bob Dickson rounds out the
By ELLIOTT BERRY
It took only fifteen minutes and
thirty-six seconds for the Wolver-
ines to take apart a spirited but
obviously outclassed Western On-
tario hockey team, and the Wol-
verines used the rest of the game
to run up an easy 9-4 victory last
night at the Coleseum.
Sophomore forward Doug Glen-
dinning took a pass from Jerry
Hartman and raced in all alone
from center ice, flipping the puck
past sprawled Mustang goalie
Gary Bonney, to give Michigan a
3-1 lead at the 15:36 mark of the
first period. This boosted the
Wolverines to a two-goal budge
they never relinquished. Glendin-
ning's score was the first of three
for a hat trick.
The Mustangs came off the
opening faceoff to force play in
the Michigan zone. Goalie Jim
Keough made two close saves be-
fore Warren Sweeny worked the
puck in from the side and banked
it in off the goaltender's skate.
The Wolverines then caught fire,
This gave Western Ontario a 1-0
lead at 9:50 of the first period.
however, as Dave Perrin fired a
25-footer past the Mustangs' net-
minder, to even the score. Two
minutes later Bruce Koviak put
the light on by converting a pass
from Lars Hansen, which was
tipped in by Randy Binnie. Mich-
igan led 2-1.
From then on both teams
treated the crowd to a fine of-
Pensive exhibition as the Wolver-
ines supplemented Glendinning's
hat trick with two goals from
Lee Martilla, and single tallies by
Paul Domm and Ron Ullyot.
Never Say Die
Keough, who made a number
>f fine saves, was beaten once
nore in the second period and
twice in the third period, as the
Mustangs, no matter how far be-
hind, refused to give up.
After the game Keough com-
mented "This was a tough game
for all of us to play, you just
zan't get fired up for a game like
The only exception was young
Glendenning, elated with his first
hat trick as a Wolverine, who
2himed, "I'll be ready for to-
Western Ontario coach Ron
Watson was not at all happy with
"Bonney hasn't come up with a
big game since he was a sopho-
mnore, with the exception of this
year's North Dakota game; it
,ould have been a different game
with some better goaltending."
Tomorrow Watson will start his
second string goalie Al Patterson.
Earlier in the season, Western
Jntario played brilliant hockey
in a 3-2 loss to North Dakota, the
WCHA leaders. Comparing the
Nodaks to Michigan, Watson com-
nented, "North Dakota is defi-
aitely a better hockey team. They
skate tremendously and get fine
lefense and goaltending."
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: WO
Sweeney (Hesiop) 9:50; Mich Per-
rin (Pashak, Hansen) 11:30; Mich
Koviak (Hansen, Binnie) 13:31;
Mich Glendinning (Unasst.) 15:36:
Mich Marttila (Pashak) 19:42.
PENALTIES: WO L'Heureux (Knee-
ing) 4:23; Mich Cross (Tripping)
17:37; WO Care (Tripping) 20:00.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING:
WO Maloney (Currie, Blackburn)
6:51; Mich Glendinning (Hart-
man) 9:13; Mich Domm (Pashak;
Marttila) 11:39. PENALTIES: WO
Imlach (Hooking ) 10:28; WO
Courneya (Tripping) 12:50; Mich
Pashak (Cross-checking) 19:11.
T H IRD PERIOD SCORING:
Mich Marttila (Perrin, Gross)
2:03 WO Imlach (Blackburn, Hes-
lop) 6:55; Mich Glendinning (Gal-
braith, Hartmann) 7:05; WO Black-
burn (Pirie) 10:14; Mich Ullyot
(Koviak, Hansen) 12:49. PENALT-
IES: Mich Perring (Hooking) 6:44;
WO Care (Hooking) 7:17.
By BOB LEES meets so far, they have the talent
It's too bad the Michigan team to make sure the Michigan squad
hasn't organized the Grapplers' is aware of their presence.
Chorale. Because if they did, Probably the most impressive'
there's one Rodgers and Ham- Hawkeye from the Wolverine
merstein song they'd be singing point of view is Dale Stearns.:
over and over. It starts "O-o- Called an "outstanding heavy-
oklahoma!" weight" by assistant coach Rick:
To say that the meet Monday Bay, -Stearns is the only Big Ten
with the Sooners has been on heavyweight that Michigan's Dave
the minds of the Wolverine mat- Porter didn't pin last year, as
men all week would be the big- the Wolverine captain only out-
gest understatement since Presi- pointed him 2-0. So far he is un-
dent McKinley said America ,defeated in dual meet action.
might pull it out against Spain Then, at 123 pounds, is Ray
in 1898. Pastorino, who held Michigan's
Though Michigan is top-rank- NCAA runner-up Bob Fehrs to
ed nationally, Oklahoma is right a draw last year. And at 152"
behind, and the Sooners have lots pounds, Joe Wells, 4-1 this year,'
more point-getters returning from beat the Wolverines' Big Tenj
their 1967 NCAA fourth-place runner-up Burt Merical in 1967"
team than does Michigan. dual meet play in the 145-pound
All week long, every returnee class.
from lastyer'sWolverThe middle weights. have been
fom latyear' Wovrine squad~ __________
carrying the Hawkeyes this year.
In addition to Wells, Iowa boasts
Phil Henning, a "tough boy," ac-
cording to Keen, whom Michi-
gan's Fred Stehman beat 4-2 last
year. and 160-pounder Rich
Mihal. Standing undefeated this
year, Mihal has already beaten
the Wolverine's Wayne Hanson
4-2 in action at the Midlands in
Last week the Haweyes beat a
tough Minnesota squad - badly.
Their only loss thus far has been
by 19-13 to Indiana, whom the
Wolverines struggled past two
weeks ago. They'd jump at the
chance to conquer the team that
conquered their conquerer. And
if Rodgers and Hammerstein get
very popular in the Wolverine
camp, they just might.
But Keen isn't allowing sing-
ing in the showers this week.
has been thinking about his
matchups then with the Sooner
counterpart, and even the sopho-
mores have been getting them-
selves all psyched up.
There's only one trouble. The
University of Iowa, to be exact.
Today, at 1:00, a Hawkeye
squad called by Wolverine coach
Cliff Keen "the best team they've
had in half a dozen years," comes
bombing into the Events Build-
ing just ripe to upset a team
which is looking too far ahead.
And, standing at 6-1 in dual
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hawks Host Gymnasts
group. A fine all-around -gymnast,
Dickson averages above 9.0.
Closely rivaling the Iowa side
horse squad for top honors is
the high bar contingent, con-
sisting of Big Ten champ Neil
Schmitt, All-American Bob Dick-
son, and senior Arnie Lazar. The
squad has scored over 28 points
in several meets this year, and
will probably do it again against
Dickson, Don Hatch, and Paul
Omi make up the Hawk's still
ring roster. Hatch, the defending
conference titlist, should be fa-
vored to winthe event.
Sophomores will carry the
greater part of the load in the
remaining events. Rick Scorza
and Roger Neist, both excellent
all-around performers, should
place well in several events.
The entire Michigan team is
expected to be in top shape for
the crucial encounter with the
defending champs, and the meet
should be a good indication of
what can be expected when title
time rolls around.
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