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SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1968

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By DAVE WEIR
Michigan's hockey team erupt-
ed with four last-period goals last
+ night to bury Michigan State, 7-1,

Grapplers Demolish Illini, 29-5

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before a capacity crowd at the'
Coliseum.
A controversial goal scored by
Lee Marttila at 1:46 of the final
period started off the Wolverine
rampage. Spartan coach Amo
Bessone thought the score should
not have been allowed, since the
puck bounced off Marttila'sj
shoulder past goalie Bob.Johnson.
"That goal spoiled what might
have been a good game," stated
Bessone after the contest. "It was
a bad call by the officials, and it
put the game out of reach. Mich-
igan played well but they also got
all the breaks."
Michigan coach Al Renfrew
agreed that "the puck bounced
the right way for us all night,"
but he considered Marttila's goal
legitimate.
The Wolverines dominated the
rest of the third period, flashing
the goal light three more times on
scores by Jerry Hartman, Lars
Hansen, and Ron Ullyot.
Michigan goalie Jim Keough'
played what Renfrew termed a
"great game'' to completely bottle
up the Spartan attack. Keough,
who was named the Most Valuable
Player in the recent Big Ten holi-
day tournament, stopped 41 shots
compared to only 25 saves by two
Michigan State netminders.
The losers' only score came
early,.in the second period when
winger Bill Enrico slapped a re-
bound behindathe sliding Keough.
The Spar tans control-
led play throughout most of the
rest of the second period, out-
shooting Michigan, 21-6. But with
1:45 left, Ullyot scored his first
of- two goals by taking a com-
bination pass from Hartman and
Don Deeks and slipping the puck
past Johnson.
Deeks was the major playmaker
for 'the Wolverines, scoring one
goal and adding two assists. His
marker came at 1:41 of the open-
ing period, and preceeded by a
minute and a half a goal by
Randy Binnie. Those two scores
gave the Wolverines a 2-0 lead
which they never relinquished.
The victory was the first in
WCHA play for the Wolverines
this season agasinst two losses, and
upped their season mark to 6-3.
Michigan State is now 5-4-2 over-
all, and 1-3-1 in the WCHA.
The same two teams face-off
tonight at the Spartan Ice Arena
in East Lansing at 7:30.

By PATRICIA ATKINS
Capping three pins onto an al-
ready wide lead, the Michigan
matmen poured it all on the
fighting Illini to grab the first of
the team's duel meets, 29-5, yes-
terday afternoon in the All Events
Building,
Yet according to Assistant Coach
Rick Bay, although the grapplers
were better than in the tourna-
ments, more improvement will be
necessary in the Indiana meet at
2:00 p.m. today in the Events
Building if the team expects to
do as well.
The Wolverines show of brav-
ado began with a minute left in
167-pounder B i11 Waterman's
match with Illini Roger May.
Holding a five point lead, Water-
man began fighting for a pin and
with only five seconds left forced
a fall. In the next match Pete
Cornell ended his bout 25 seconds
sooner by pinning Kerry Anderson
at 7:30.
Drehmann Pins
Climaxing these performances
was the pin by Pete Drehmann,
wrestling in Dave Porter's place
for experience, of Bart Macomber
in the 'heavyweight class with
only 1:54 gone.
The meet had begun innocently
enough with Bob Noel's 5-2 de-
cision over Illinois' 123-pound

Gordon Breene. A glimpse of the
shellacking that was in store for
the Illini came in the next bout
as Michigan's Lou Hudson polish-
ed him off 13-2.
A return match was played in
the 152-pound division as Wolver-
ine Fred Stehman battled furious-
ly with Bob Loffredo to a 2-2 tie.
In the Midlands Tournament, Lof-
fredo had defeated Stehman on
a referee's decision in the con-
solation finals. This time the most
the two could. do to one another
was escape, each performing this
manuever once, with the other
points being added by riding time.
The Illini's other meet points
came on the decision by Chuck
Marshall over Jim Sanger.
'M' Improvement
Bay credited the Wolverines im-,
provement since the tourney to
incerased practice. "We doubled
practice time from once a day
to twice a day this last week to
get ready," he informed, "but we'll
have to be still better against In-
diana."
An indication of the strength of
the Hoosier wrestling team came
in the Midlands Tourney, where
they finished only two points be-
hind fifth place Michigan. Also
in the Midlands two Wolverine
grapplers, Steve Rubin and Hud-
son, faced their opponents from

Bloomington, Ted Parker and Tim
McCall, and dropped both bouts.
"Indiana is a tough team," ad-
mits Bay. "And since they're on
the four quarter system, they
haven't had finals yet or a semes-
ter break to slow their practice
schedule. Really we'd like to play
Indiana a couple of weeks from
now."
The meet however is set for
today and promises to be one of
the more crucial ones. "The con-
ference race is going to be a
scramble especially with Michigan
State, Indiana, and Northwestern
all trying for the first spot with
Michigan," says Bay.
Lineup changes for today's
Indiana-Michigan meet call for
Dave Porter to start in the heavy-
weight class and Rubin in the 123
division.
123 lbs.-Noel (M) dec. Breene, 5-2.
130 lbs.-Hudson (M) dec. Wright,
13-2.
137 lbs.-Henson (M) dec. Rott, 7-3.
145 lbs.-Marsnan (1) dec. Sanger,
7-4.
153 Ibs.-stehnman (M) drew
Lotredo, 3-2.
160 bs.-Hansen (M) dec.
Kirkpatrick, 5-2.
167 lbs.-Waterman (M) pinned
May, 7:55.
177 lbs.-corneii (M) pinned
Anderson, 7:30.
IHvy.--Dreinmann (MI) pinned
Macomiber, 1:54.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
JOEL BLOCK

EMU Tests Gymnasts;
Begin Long Road Trip
The Wolverine gymnastics team strength. This is the exception.
begins one of its most horrible "We see this meet as a baro-
road schedules in history by zip- meter for our season. How close
ping down Washtenaw to Ypsil- we can come to Michigan gives
anti for a 2 p.m. meet with East- us an insight on how we should
ern Michigan today. do for the rest of the year."
Michigan, which won't be at Johnson doesn't mean he has a
home until February, has only two poor team. "We're certainly better
of its nine meets this season in now than my '54 Michigan team.
Ann Arbor. So this will be one of And in a few years we'll be up
the very few chances for Wol- to where the Wolverines are now.
verine supporters to see the tram- Of course, where Michigan will be
poline team that dominates the by then is another question."
world plus a combination of im- Specifically, Johnson has all-
pressive sophomores and veterans, around man Jim Arnold "and if
(Bear left at the Y on Wash- the Wolverines had him, they def-
tenaw and take a left on the far initely would have won the Big
side of Eastern's union). Ten last year."
Huron Coach Marvin Johnson, Johnson also mentions ring man
the 1954 Wolverine gym captain Sam Muffitt and Rollie Steele in
under Newt Loken, says he ex- free exercise plus a side horse
pects to lose to his old mentor. team "as good as the Wolverines"
"Generally we schedule teams and a trampoline team that will
that are equivalent to us in lose only to Michigan this season.

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FIRST PERIOD SCORING: Mich
-Deeks (Unasst) 1:41; Binnie
(Gross:) 3:13.. PENALTIES: Mich--
Ullyot (Offensive check) 4:45; Han-
sen (Hooking) 11:02. MSU- De-
Marco (Tripping) 14:11.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: Mich
-Ullyot (Deeks, Hartman). MSU-
Enrico (Hathaway, Russo) 6:57.
PENALTIES: Mich-Koviak (Trip-
ping) 0:27; Galbraith (Roughing)
7:13; Marttila (Interference) 10:23;
Ullyot (Elbowing) 15:30. MSU-
French (Rougning) 7:13.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: Mich
-Marttila (Hansen) 1:46; Hartman
(imens) 7:13; Hansen (Marttia)
14:20; Ullyot (Marttila, Domim)
15:46. PENALTIES: Mich--Hansen
(Hooking) 8:31; Gross (Cross-check)
11:49; +Lord (Interference) 14:39;
Hansen (Slashing) 18:35. MSU-
Phillips (Holding) 2:20; Enrico
(High stick) 14:39.
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Johnson (MSU) 8 5 10
iuffett (MSU) 2-25

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