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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1968

THE MICHIGAN

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SUNaAY, FEBR1ARY 4,1968 Al i s ! .!J J

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Tankers Pounce on Minnesota)

Icers Hold Off Duluth, 7-4;
Move Past NoDaks into Third

Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - "We
juggled the lineup and let the guys
swim where they wanted" said
diving Coach Dick Kimball after
the Wolverine swimmers pum-
meled Minnesota 7812 to 43%/2 last
night in the Gophers' pool.
Kimball was explaining why the
Wolverines had so many men out
of position against the unusually
weak Minnesota team.
And the final results showed
he wasn't exaggerating. After
Michigan lost the opening 400-
yard medley relay, using assorted
Quarry Wins
OAKLAND(R)'- Jerry Quarry,
who has been fighting as a pro-
fessional less than three years,
moved one step away from the
world heavyweight boxing cham-
pionship when he stopped Thad,
Spencer in the 12th and last round
yesterday in their semifinal match
of the World Boxing Association
elimination tournament.
The 22-Year-old Irishman from
Los Angeles was pummelling
Spencer around the ring with a
two-handed barrage when referee
Jack Downey stopped the fight
with three seconds remaining.
Quarry floored Spencer, who
had entered 'the ring as a 7-5 fa-
vorite, in the fourth and 10th
rounds.

people, Tom Arusoo, the standout
butterflyer, finished second in the
100-free behind Mike O'Connor.
Then Bruce McManaman and1
Peter Emond swept the diving. The
only trouble was, Jay Meaden whoI
dove exhibitic,- for practice, actu-
ally had the highest score.
Juan Bello, the individual med-
ley specialist, won the 200-yard1
freestyle in 1:45.5, setting a pool
record. According to Kimball, "it1
was the best time in the nation'
we've seen this year."
It was also the first time Bello
swam the event this year. Back-
stroker Tom Mertz took third.
After the 50-free and individual
medley, swum by the normal par-
ticipants (Ken Wiebeck and Gary
Kinkead won), the three meter
diving began. This time Meaden
won with Emond third. But Mc-
Manaman, swimming exhibition,
actually had the high score.
'the Whole Thing
The whole thing sounds even
more ridiculous when you remem-
ber that Captain Fred Brown, by
far the outstanding diver for
Michigan this year, stayed in Ma-
dison, Wisconsin, the sight of the
previous day's meet to take grad-
uate b u si n e s s administration
boards.z
In the 200-yard butterfly, Kink-
ead, who specializes in almost:
everything except butterfly, won1

the event. He was Michigan's only
entry.I
The next interesting event found
Lee Bisbee, normally Arusoo's
sidekick in the butterfly, finishing
behind O'Connor in the 500-yard
freestyle.
After John Robertson and Jay
Mahler swept the breaststroke,
the Wolverines stopped kidding
around, finally, in the last event,
the 400-yard freestyle. With Bello,
Wiebeck, John Salassa, and BobI
Kircher, the Wolverines had their
best time of the season, a 3:16.5.j
400-yd. MEDLEY RELAY -1.I.
Minnesota (Knight, Walker, Hans-
sen, Lundburg) 2. Michigan. Time
- 3:41.8.
1000-yd VREESTYLE - 1. 0-
Connor (M); 2. Arusoo (M); 3.
Swanson (Minn). Time -- 10:40.3.
ONE-METER DIVING - 1. Mc-
Manaman 4M); 2. Emond (M); 3.
Madura (Minn). Points - 269.85.

200-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. Bello
(M); 2. Doten (Minn); 3. Mertz (M)
Time-1 :45.5 (pool record).
50-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. Wiebeck
(M); Knight (Minn); 3. Leattgen
(MI). Time--0:22.6.
200-yd. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
1. Kinhaead (M1); 2. Hannsen
(Minn); 3. Bello (M). Time-2:04.1
Meaden (M); 2. Madura (Minn); 3.
Emond (M). Points-285.8.
200-yd. BUTTERFLY - 1. Kin-
kead (M); 2. Struve (Minn). Time
-2:01.7.
100-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. Doten
(Minn); 2. tie, Kircher (M) and
Lunberg (Minn). Time-:49.1.
200-yd. BACKSTROKE - 1. Knight
(Min); 82. Dorney (MI); 3. Mertz
(M). Time-2:03.9.
500-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. O'-
Connor (I); 2. Bisbee (M); 3. Swan-
son (Minn). Time--5:03.0.
200-yd. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Robertson (M); 2. Mahler (M); 3.
Walker (lIvlnn). Time-2:22.5.
400-yd. FREESTYLE RELAY - I1.
Michigan (Bello, Wiebeck, Salassa,
.. / s.. ;
Kircher); 2. Minnesota. Time -
3:16.5.

NEW BIG TEN LEADER:

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,Sorenson Bomb

DULUTH, Minn. - Michigan's
hockey team jumped to an early I
lead, then hung on to defeat high-
spirited Duluth last night, 7-5.,
The victory moved the Wolverines1
into third place in the WCHAi
standings.t
First period goals by forwardsI
Dave Perrin, Doug Galbraith, andc
Lee Marttila shot Michigan to anI
early 3-0 lead. The Perrin andt
Galbraith goals came but 19 sec-
onds apart at the four-minute
mark of the period.
The second frame opened with
JUAN BELLO, Michigan indi. a score by Bulldog Bruce McLeod
vidual medley star, swam the on a power play. This was closely
200-yard freestyle for the first followed by Michigan's fourth goal
time this year last night and' of the contest, scored by Ron
set a pool record. Ullyot.
- --Duluth's David Farrow tempora-
rily pulled the host team within
two again on a marker with 3:37
remaining in the period, but a pair!
of goals by Wolverine junior Ran-
dy Binnie just 201 seconds apart
B ad g ers ________
o B a gers shot the score to 6-2 by the buzzer.
Duluth dominated the final per-
defending Big Ten scoring cham-_
pion, snapped out of his personal
lump and fired Minnesota to an WCHA Standings
82-75 victory over Indiana yester-
he Gophers' first conference win L T Pt.
of the season after five losses. Michigan Tech 9 2 0 .818
Minnesota, leading by 16 points, Denever 9 3 0 .750
7-51, midway through the second MICHIGAN 7 3 0 .700
half had to stave off an Indiana North Dakota 9 4 1 .679
'ali h tofstavefoff anuIndianajMinnesota 10 6 0 .625
gael th e final four i tes o Colorado 3 10 0 ,231
Michigan State 2 9 1 .208
The Gophers, with Kondla pour- Duluth 3 15 0 .167
ng 31 points, led 76-64 with four LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
minutes left. Then Joe Cooks led MICHIGAN 7, Duluth 5
one-man charge which brought Michigan Tech 6, Mich. State 2:
he Hoosiers back into contention. Minnesota 3, North Dakota 0
Its Monotonous Same Results

iod of play, blasting 19 shots at!
Michigan goalie Jim Keough. The
Wolverine netminder managed to
stop all but three of the shots.
however, and Galbraith added an
insurance goal to bring the final
tally to 7-5.
League leader Michigan Tech in-
creased its margin to .668 over idle
Denver with an easy 6-2 victory
over Michigan State in the other
WCHA game last night.
FIRST PERIOD: Mich-Perrin
(Pashak, Lord) 4:20; Mich-Gal-
" 4raith (Gross) 4:39; Mich--Mart-
tila (Hansen, Pashak) 13:27. Pen-
alties: Mich-Ulyot (interference)
7:06; Duluth-Hegg (interference)
15:14; Duluth-Newell (holding)
19:38;

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Monday Noon Discussion Series
THE THIRD WORLD
BUFFET LUNCH 25c

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SECOND PERIOD: Scoring: Duluth
-McLeod (Newell) 5:11;5tich-
Ullyot (10mm) 7:21; Duluth-Far-
row (Tok. Thompson) 16:33; Mich-
Binnie (Koviak, Ullyot) 16:46; Mich
-Binnie (unassisted) 17:06. Pen-
alties: Mich--Dommn (holding) 5:02,
Duluth-Newell (elbowing) 5:43;
Mich-Lord (hi-sticking 8:37; Mich
-Hartman (interterence) 20:00.
THIRD PERIOD: Scoring: Duluth
-Wheele (unassisted) 5:52; Mich
-Galbraith (Hartman) 12:43; Du-
hith--McLeod (Ahrans) 13:26, Du-
uth-Hegg (1McLeod, Wheele) 13:36.
Penalties: Mich-Hansen (cross-
checking) 8:09; Mich--Pashak (in-
terference) 19:35; Duluth-Hegg
(cross-checking) 20:00.
MICHIGAN (Keough) 11 13 16 40
DULUTH (Le Blanc) 9 5 7 21

MICHIGAN
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Thinclads Monopolize-;
Seven Yost Records Fall
By PHIL BROWN turned in excellent half-mile per-
New records in seven events formances.
and fine performances by Mich- Jim Dolan, who set a varsity
igan's middle distance and field record for the two-mile run in
events men highlighted the Mich- the Western Relays last weekend,
igan Federation Relays held last easily captured first place in the
night in Yost Field House. event last night. His clocking of
- Victories in the distance med- 9:04.6 on the slow Yost dirt track
ley relay, mile relay, two-mile re- was just 4 seconds slower than
lay, and mile run, as well as wins his record.
in the shot put and high jump, A special surprise was Bob
sparked the Wolverines' team ef- Thomas' win in the shot put, ex-
fort. Both the high jump and pected to be a weak spot for the
distance medley' relay victories Wolverines this spring. Thomas
set new Field House records. recorded a 51'2" heave to edge
Junior . G a r y Knickerbocker Ernst Soudek of the Ann Arbor
cleared 6'10" to match Bob Den- Track Club by a quarter inch.
sham's 1964 mark. Knickerbock- Still Second
er's effort . was backed up by A second place finish in the
teammate Rich Hunt's 6-8" leap, long jump and a third in the pole
good for third place. vault rounded out Wolverine per-
Sensational formances in the field events.
Tom Trumble, Taimo Leps, Ira Russell's runner-up position,
Tom Kearney, and Ron Kuts- with a 23'82"' leap was his sec-
chinski teamed up for the dis- ond in as many weeks. Teammate
tarice medley relay win that sent Bob Wedge slipped to a fifth place
officials rummaging through the lafter taking, fourth at Western
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COLUMBUS, Ohio-Ohio State,
powered sophomore Dave So-
renson's shooting and rebounding,
swept past Wisconsin 86-64 last
night and vaulted into first place1
in the Big Ten basketball race.,
The Buckeyes, whipping the
Badgers for the eight straight
time, boosted their league record to
4-1 and their seasonal mark to
11-4. Wisconsin fell to a 3-2 con-
'erence record and 9-6 on the
season.
Sorenson led all scorers with 23
points, 19 coming in a first half}
display of deadly shooting. The 6-
foot-7 rookie also hauled in 18j
rebounds giving the Bucks a de-
,ided advantage off the boards.
Ohio, hitting its first three bas-
kets of the game, rolled to a 31-17
advantage midway in the first half
before the Badgers whittled away
at the lead and trailed only 41-33
at intermission.
Purdue Scores
LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Sophomore
Rick Mount scored 30 points to
top three other Purdue scorers in
double figures last night as the
Boilermakers knocked Northwest-
ern out of the Big Ten basketball
lead with a 98-89 triumph.
It was the most points Purdue
ever scored against the Wildcats,
who were left with a 4-2 confer-
ence record as Purdue climbed to
3-2.

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Illinois Slips by
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Illinois
stayed in hot contention of the
Big Ten basketball title race last
night by grabbing the lead in the
last 6%r/2 minutes and keeping it
to down Iowa 66-63.
Until that turning point, the
game had been tied 13 times and
the lead had changed as many.
The victory gave the Illini a 3-1
conference mark and left the
Hawkeyes with 3-2.
Minnesota Wins
MINNEAPOLIS - Tom Kondla,
SCORES
NBA
Boston 112, New York 108
St. Louis 125, Cincinnati 111
Philadelphia 133, Baltimore 121
NHL
Detroit 8, Minnesota 1
Montreal 5, Los Angeles 1
New York 3, Boston 3, tie
Pittsburgh 3, Toronto 3, tie
Philadelphia 5, Chicago 3
St. Louis 4, Oakland 1
College Basketball
UCLA 101, Southern Calif. 67
Louisville 81, Cincinnati 65
Kentucky 109, LSU 96
Florida 91, Vanderbilt 85
Tennessee 88, Mississippi 46
S. Carolina 80, Wake Forest 76
Columbia 9, Princeton 60
Slippery Rtock 74, Lock Haven 67

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January 29th: Professor Eric Wolf-"Peasant Movements in Latin
America"
THIS WEEK MONDAY
February 5th: Prof. Rhoades Murphey-"National Liberation Move-
ments and Counterinsurgency: Southeast Asia"
February 12th: Prof. Henry Bretton-"Political Thought in West and
South Africa"
February 19th: Ispeaker to be announced) "Economics and Ideology
in the Third World"
February 26th: (speaker to be announced) "The Chinese Model and
the Third World"
March 4th: Naunit Kothary-"Expectations and Frustrations: Demo-
cracy and Cold War Impositions in India"
March 11th: Prof. Tom Mayer, "The American Dilemma: the Third
World Within"
March 18th: Prof. Vernon Terpstra, School of Business--"U.S. Busi-
ness interests in the Third World"
March 25th: Summary Discussion
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Stewart 1 8-1
Fraumann c 1-5
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CGopeland f
LaFayette c
Bailey g
Stepter g
Rymal g
Edwards f
Ward g
Johnson g
Gale f
Geistler c

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3-5
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record books. Their time of
10:08.3. knocked., 2.7 seconds off
the clocking recorded by Mich-
igan's unit last season.
Kutschinski turned the final
quarter-mile in a sensational 53
seconds flat, after running a full
mile. He returned to anchor
Michigan's mile relay entry, tir-
ing in the last 100 yards as the
Wolverines finished second to
Michigan State's record timing
of 3:18.4.
Michigan coach Don Canham
was very happy with the power
shown by Michigan's middle dis-
tance runners. "This is a new
bunch we're using in the two-mile
relay," he pointed out. "Our best
men are in the distance medley,
and we still could win the two-
mile."
Good Enough to Win
His charges did just that, com-
pletely overwhelming all other
quartets to win in 7:40.4. Steve
Jaros and Ken Coffin took over
the spots normally occupied by
Kutschinski and Kearney, and

Ron Shortt cleared 15'0 for
third in the pole vault. But the'
highlight of the' vaulting compe-
tition was a 16'0" effort by Mich-
igan State's Roland Carter, an-
other meet mark.
The meet served as a first
warmup for the important Mich-
igan State Relays which come up
next Saturday. MSU's Relays are
traditionally one of the best meets
in the midwest prior to the NCAA
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