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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, x.968

THE MICHIGAN WA ILY

PAGE SEVEN

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3,1968 THE MICHIGAN DilLY PAGE SEVEN

Icers Check Duluth
For Seventh Straight;
Tech Jumps toh FiJrst

Kinkead, Brown Whiz

Tankers to Win

Special To The Daily Stager. "That really put us in a
MADISON, Wisc. - "Fred Brown hole.
iced it." "But Gary Kinkead and Juan
Michigan swimming Coach Gus Bello got us out again by sweeping
Stager breathed a lot easier after the individual medley. T h e n
his team got by Wisconsin 75-48,
last night in a meet that was a Brown applied the crusher."
lot closer than the score looked- All Brown did was score 330.5
to use the oldest cliche there is. points diving off the three meter
"We were behind, 20-19, and board, a total that ranks high
then Doug McOwen won the 50- among the nation's best this sea-
yard freestyle - for them" said son.

Special To The Daily
DULUTH, Minn. - Outplayed
and outshot most of the game,
Michigan's hockey team neverthe-
less retained the lead throughout
and roared to its seventh straight
last night over Duluth, 6-3.
The win lifted the Wolverines'
VOHA record to 6-3 and moved
to within a game and a half of
first. Michigan Tech jumped into
the lead, by virtue of a 4-1 vic-
tory over Michigan State last
night. North Dakota lost to Min-
nesota, 3-2, and dropped into
Wird.
Wolverine defensemen P a u 1
Domm's goal. at 8:45 of the sec-
ond period capped a three-goal
surge which put the game out of
reach.
FIRST PERIOD: Scoring: Mich-
Iendinning (Gross) 11:49; Duluth
--Newell '(Forbes) 19:10. Penalties:
Mich - Domm (tripping) :46; Du-
luth-Thompson (holding) 7:01; Mich
--Domm (roughing) 9:55; Mich-Ko-
vlak (slashing) 12:11; Duluth-New-
ell (illegal check) 16:16; Mich-
Hartman (slashing) 17:18; Duluth-
Ahrens (slashing) :17:18.
SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: Mich
--Marttila (Hansen) 2:22; Duluth-
Thompson (Tok) 3:58; Mich-Gross
(Hansen) 5:53; Mich-Domm (Gal-
braith, Glendinning) 8:45; Duluth
-- Farrow (Thompson, Tok) 18:45.
Penalties: Duluth - Farrow (Cross-
checking) 4.10;. Duluth- Wolfe
(charging) 11:19.
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring: Mich-
Glendinning (Domm) 2:41; Mich--
00albraith (Glendinning) 5:25. Pen-
alties: Mich-Marttila (10-mi. mis-
conduct) 8:10; Duluth- Ahrans
(holding) 12:32; Mich-Binnie (hold-
ing) 14:17; Mich - Gross (delay of
game) 17:24;. Mich-Binnie (rough-
ing) 18:14; Duluth-Wheele (rough-
ing) '18:14; Duluth-Wolfe (hooking)
19:03.
MICHIGAN (Keough) 12 10 8-30
DULUTH (Beck) 5 5 10--20
Score by periods:
MICHIGAN 1 3 2-6
DULUTH 1 2 0-3

Both team scored once in the
first period, but Domm combined
with Lee Marttila and Phil Gross
to put Michigan into command.
Numero'us penalties marred the
final period, when Doug Glendin-
ning and Doug Galbraith scored
insurance goals for the Wolver-
ines.

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WCHA Standings

1

Michigan Tech
Denver
North Dakota
MICHIGAN
Minnesota
Colorado
Michigan State
Duluth

W L
8 2
9 3
9 3
6 3
9 6
3 10
2 8
3 14

T
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0

Pct.
.800
.750
.731
.667
.600
.231
.227
.176

400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1. Mich-
igan (Dorney, Mahler, Bisbee, Bel-
10); 2. Wisconsin. Time-3:40.98.
(M); 2. McCrary (W); 3. O'Connor
1000-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Kinkead
(M). Time-20:27.22.
ONE-METER DIVING - 1. Krug
(W); 2. Dunfield (W); 3. Brown (M).
Points-299.95.
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Hogan
(W); 2. Wiebeck (M); 3. Salassa M).
Time-1:47.40
50-YD FREESTYLE-1. McOwen
(W); 2. Kircher (M); 3. Leuttgen
(M). Time-21.82.
200-YD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-1.
Kinkead (M); 2. Bello (M); 3. Leath-
erman (W). Time-2:05.75.
Three-METER DIVING-1. Brown
(M); 2. Krug (W); 3. Dunfield (W).

Points-330.50.-
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Arusoo
(M); 2. Bis4ee (M); 3. Lindley (W).
Time-i1:56.40.'
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Hogan
(W); 2. Wiebeck (M); 3. Kircher (M).
Time-48.44.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE - 1. Kin-
kead (M); 2. Dorney (M); 3. Schwer-
in (W). Time-2:02.9.
500-YARD FREESTYLE-1. O'Con-
nor (M); 2. Bello (M); 3. McCrary
(W). Time-4:59.7.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE-1. Mah-
ler (M).; 2. Robertson (M); 3. Sto-
ver (W). Time-2:21.28.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Wisconsin (McOwen, Hogan, Lindley,
Schwerin); 2. Michigan. Time-3:
17.98.

In doing so he topped Wiscon-
sin's Julian Krug by five points
as well as the Badger's Don Dun-
field. Krug ranks high among the
nation's diving elite and is con-
sidered amazingly rough diving at
home.{
"But that's what a captain is
for," said Stager. He camej
through when we needed it."
Earlier Michigan had won the
medley relay. Then after Kinkead
had won the 1000-yard freestyle
this first of three victories),
Brown finished third behind Krug!
and Dunfield on the one meter,
board, and Fred Hogan won the
200-yard freestyle to put the Wol-
verines behind the eight ball in,
the first place."
But after Brown had come
through at three meters, Michi-
gan turned the meet into a romp.
Tom Arusoo's 1:56.40 in the 200-
yard butterfly, very fast for this
early in the year, just edged,
teammate Lee Bisbee's 1:57.43.
And Bisbee topped the Badger's
star, John Lindley.
Hogan came back for the Badg-
ers in the 100-yard free,but Kin-+
kead took the 200-yard backstroke
followed by Bill Dorney. Mike
O'Connor showed that he recov-
ered thoroughly from his illness
by taking the 500-yard free, and
Jay Mahler and John Robertson
swept the breaststroke.
The Wolverines face Minnesota
at Minneapolis tonight.

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gymnast to a dual NL;AA cnamp-
ionship.. That pupil was Newt Lo-
ken,. now coach of Michigan's
gymnasts. Today Loken will host
his alma mater in a Big Ten dual
meet 2 p.m. in the I.M. building. 4
The Gophers have won three
and lost two so far this year. But
Iboth losses have come at the
hands of Big Ten championship
contenders - Iowa and Illinois.
The Minnesota contingent is7
lead by senior co-captains Bill
Armstrong and John Noer.
Armstrong specializes on the high
bar and still rings. With scores
consistently above nine, he hast
a good chance for the Big Ten
high bar crown. Noer, one of the
smallest men on the team at
128 pounds is a constant threatc
on the side horse.
Tramp Weak
Larry Petersen will be on the
long horse and in the floor exer-
cise. In addition, he will try to1
bolster a very weak trampoline
squad. An interesting battle should
develop between the Gophers'i
Dave Stende and the Wolverines'
Sid Jensen for top all-around per-
former Stende was the top Min-'

his gymnasts should be fired up
for the Gophers. "Our goal this
week will be 190," he explained.
The Michigan tramp trio of
captain Wayne Miller, Dave Jac-
obs, and George Huntzicker should-
be back in top form after a two-
week rest and hope to top their
28.7 score against Western Michi-
gan.
Both Chuck Froeming and Rick
Kenny, the mainstays of the still
rings, will be trying for 27 after a
lull of 26 against Iowa.
Side Horse Hopeful
The all-soph side horse squad
of Deboo, Carpenter and Jensen
will be out to prove their 25 total
at Iowa was just a mistake.
Jensen, besides his side horse
chores, is the team's best all-
around performer with several
combined scores in the 50's and he
will be trying for top spots in
vaulting, high bars and parallel
bars.
In addition to the dual com-
petition the meet should be a good
indication whether' the Michigan
gymnasts can match the 189
scores of Iowa in the run for Big
Ten championship.

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Gymnasts Host Gophers
By BILL DINNER nesota all-around performer last
year as a sophomore.
In almost 40 years at Minnesota, Since it is the first of only two
Ralph Piter has coached only one home meets this year, Loken feels

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BILL LORD

FROSH INVITATIONAL IN MORNING
Pitt Here In All-Day Wrestling Card

A

By BOB LEES
Today is the day for the Wol-
verines grapplers to really roll out
the welcome mat. And by the time
all of the guests have made their
way into the Events Building,
enough wrestlers will have entered
to start a tournament.
So that's exactly what's planned.
Beginning at 9:30 a.m., Michigan's
freshman squad will host yearling
teams from seven other schools in
the second annual Freshman Invi-
tational Tournament. Then, at
3:00 p.m., the varsity men take the
mats, as the Wolverines host the
Panthers of Pittsburg. That is, if
the weather doesn't take too much
of a toll.
"The flu bug has really hit us

TIlE VANDALS
AND THE
BIIOKENIIEADS
Doug Heller
Just a Little Story
if anybody ever wondered how a wire service could find enough
sports new to send out constantly, 24 hours a day to newspapers all
over the country, here's a little insight on how they do it.
Early .yesterday evening the following little note appeared on
Associated Press machines all over the country:
SSB 51
EDITORS:
The new coach of the Green Bay Packers name should be
spelled Bengston, repeat Bengston.
The AP, NY Sports Feb. 2
Shortly thereafter, another little ditty appeared for the edification
,f interested parties:
SB55
EDITORS:
Please disregard our SB 51 on Green Bay coach spelling. It
should be Bengtson. A story will be filed shortly explaining the
inconsistency.
The AP, NY Sports
Next came the little feature that will be gobbled up by gullible
little people across the little nation this morning, just as if some clever
little mind had thought it up, all by itself:
SB 60
GREEN BAY, Wis. AP-Now that he's head coach. of the
professional football champion, Green Bay Packers, Phil Bengtson
figures he may get his name spelled correctly.'
It's BENGTSON, and for purposes of phonetic pronunciation
it is BENG + SON, with the T silent.
More often than not, Phil's name has been spelled BENGS-
TON. Even the Packer press book, the football guide and perhaps
National Football League records spell it wrong.
Bengtson explains that the progenitor of his Swedish family
was named Bengt, and his descendants called themselves Bengt-
son.
Another scoop by the Associated Press.
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hard this week," moaned assistant
Wolverine coach Rick Bay. "As
many as three or four of our start-
ers may be forced to sit this one
out."
Lou Hudson, the sophomore who
has already defeated the national
:hamp at 130 pounds this year,
was one of the first to feel the ef-
fects. He has spent all week at
Health Service after wrestling at
less than top condition last Sat-
urday.
Sick Company
But Hudson will have lots of
company in sick bay today. Senior
167-pounder Bill Waterman has
been operating at a subpar level,
while junior Pete Cornell, the reg-
ular 177 pounder, is also listed as
a doubtful starter.sThen, just to
complicate matters, sophomore
Jim Sanger's injured shoulder may
force him to bypass today's com-
petition.
Withthe ranks so depleted, to-
day's lineup will find only 137-
pounder Geoff Henson and cap-
tain and heavyweight Dave Porter
holding down their accustomed
positions. Steve Rubin,. who norm-
ally leads off dual meet play at
123 pounds, will move up one
weight class to take over for Hud-
son, while seniors Fred Stehman
and Wayne Hansen will also jump
up to higher brackets for the day.
"The main reason for these
moves, of course, is the illness
problem," explained Bay. "But it
also gives the guys a rest from
having to make weight this week."
Rubin's regular slot, meanwhile,
will be filled by junior Bob Noel,
while sophoiore Tom MacCaslin
will take over Sanger's 145-pound
position if necessary. Both have
S CORES
NBA
Philadelphia 131, Detroit 121
Cincinnati 125, Chicago 113
Boston 120, Baltimore 99
ABA
Kentucky 120, Minnesota 84
Pittsburgh 112, Dallas 105
Indiana 113, New Jersey 103
College Basketball
Columbia 68, Penn 47
VMI 81, Citadel 67
Lehigh 67, Colgate 65
Princeton 71, Cornell 51
Harvard 69, Brown 63
Lake Forest 74, Albion 66

Varsity Debut
Not so for John Heller. The+
sophomore from Walled Lake,
making his first appearance in
varsity dual competition, will hold
down Stehman's accustomed 152-
pound position. And if Cornell is
not able to go, and Waterman
can't make it, then sophomore,
Bevan Alvey may get his first
chance to start, at 177.
The Wolverines troubles, how-
ever, are lessened somewhat by the
fact that their Panther opponents
have only a mediocre 2-4 record
this season.
"Pitt this year is caught right
in the middle of a rebuilding pro-
Starting time of the fresh-
man and varsity wrestling meets
today: frosh begin at 9:30 a.m.,
and the varsity starts at 3:00
p.m. This is a change from the
times of 9:00 and 2:15 as was
previously reported.
gram," said Bay. "They've hired
new coaches, and are getting more
financial support than in the im-
mediate past. They used to be a
top eastern power, and now it looks
like they're on their way back."
Familiar Face?
Pitt's new assistant coach may
be of more than passing interest to
Wolverine fans. His name is Bob
Fehrs, and he spent the last three
years winning assorted Big Ten
titles and NCAA runnerup crowns
for the Maize and Blue at 123
pounds. He will not only be assist-*
ing head coach Dave Adams, but
will also be coaching the Baby
Panthers in the morning tourna-
ment.
In addition to Pitt, the Wolver-

igan, Western Michigan, Bowling
Green, and Toledo to enter the
three-ring frosh circus. As defend-
ing champs: "We have a real good
lineup this year," claimed Bay. "No
one is weak or inexperienced for
a freshman.
"Actually," he continued, "every-
one for us will be wrestling up one
weight. Our first two men are nor-
mally 115- and 123-pounders, but
since we won't wrestle at 115
pounds in this tourney, everybody
will move up one. But this should-
n't be a factor."
Prep Champs
The Baby Wolverines will feat-
ure three former stateschamps in
their lineup, as Jerry Hoddy, 123-
pounder from Owosso; Tim Cech,
130-pounder from Skokie, Ill.; and
167-pounder Tom Quinn from
Flint have all won at least one
crown. In addition, 152-pounder
Tom Hines from Ypsilanti, was
runnerup in his weight last year.
Rounding out the squad will be
Dave Brook, from Wilmette, 111.,
at 137 pounds; Mark Dries from
Toledo at 145; Dennis Fitzgerald,
from Walled Lake, at 160; and Bob
Cassel from Pottstown, Pa., at 177.
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