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February 11, 1968 - Image 6

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GLEMeg. C A few miles and 24 hours mean
SLLEEMnine goals.
S1UR LOW PRICE-61 CThe few miles put the Michi-
.0' Igan hockey team back in the
friendly confines of the Coliseum.
State Drugs The 24 hours gave the Wolverines
more polish and poise.
State & Packard The result was a 9-0 whitewash
<=-yom~r:>o<-amo<-o< o {s < -{7 om <-of Michigan State.

h Kayos Spartans, 9-0


After Friday night's 4-3 over-
time squeaker over the Spartans,
Wolverine goalie Jim Keough pre-
dicted a substantial victory last
night. Actually he didn't go too
far out on a limb. Though Michi-
gan's Friday night victory was a
pastiche of sloppy passing and
missed opportunities, the Wolver-
ines played solid defense and put
the pieces together in the third
period. Besides, the last time MSU
visited Ann Arbor it left on the
short end of a 7-1 score.
Last night the Wolverines kept
the pieces together.
"We played a good game," ac-
knowledged Wolverine Coach Al
Renfrew. "And, despite the score,
State is still a good team. They
gave us a heckuva game Friday

The Wolverines continued their
third period heroics, scoring six
goals in the final stanza.
"This could be some team if it
played three third periods a
night," notes Keough. A Wolver-
ine third-period recovery tied the
score Friday night.
Michigan took about three min-
utes to get untracked and unload
on Johnson. Doug Galbraith
smashed a 15-footer past him to
get the finishing rush started.
Nine minutes later Galbraith got
a souvenir puck for his second
hat trick of the season.
The next two minutes brought
two more Michigan goals.



And the Wolverines await next -Daily-Andy Sacks
weekend's. invasion of Michigan MICHIGAN FORWARD Lee Martilla (8) skates across the Mich-
Tech, currently one WCHA notch igan State crease in jubilation after scoring the Wolverines' last
ahead of Michigan. goal in their 9-0 rout of the Spartans last night.

Matmen Outlast OSU
By BILL McFALL per weight divisions after being ul
Yesterday afternoon, in the matched evenly in the light w
in spectacle of the two held in weights. le
Events Building, the Michigan At 123 pounds, Steve Rubin gave w
estlers took measure of Ohio the Wolverines a fast 5-0 lead by
te as they beat them soundly pinning Steve Romano of the Buck- w
15. eyes at 6:20. Rubin had little trou- W
rhe margin was not always that ble as his opponent scored no bout st
Le as Coach Cliff Keen's men points.n
re hard pressed to win the up- Things were reversed in the next o
match, though, as Ohio's Roger
Young put the clamp on Bob Noel,
pinning him at the 4:00 mark. s
With the meet score all even at c
TS 5-5, Geoff Henson was victim of
a quick takedown by OSU's Tom th
Groves in the 137 slot. He man- th
aged to grind out bout poinlts "
slowly and surely to finally win
with a score of 9-4. a
Leading 8-5 in the meet and so
needing another weight win to get fo
a comfortable margin, the Wol- w
verine's received a shock as their
I man Jim Sanger was beaten by a
Stan Guzell at 145 pounds.
Fred Stehman brought the Blue =
back in high style-by pinning
LLE N T FOOD Chris Burt at 6:50 in a' hard-
fought, close match. The 152-
pounder brought the crowd to its
feet several times with near-pins,
only to have his spunky opponent
bridge off the mat and save him-
At 160 pounds Michigan's Wayne
Hansen and OSU's Steve Grimes
kD DESK battled to a 3-3 draw; each team
picking up two meet points and


pping their scores to 15 and 12
ith the Wolverines holding a slim
ad as they 'went Into the heavy
Michigan's Pete Cornell had the
eight upon his- shoulders as the
rolverines could not lose here and
ill have a good chance of win-
ing. (Dave Porter does lose on
ccasion). He had his hands full
s he fell behind early in the
atch and had to bridge for 45
econds at the end of the second
eriod to stave off a sure pin. He
ame back strong in the third
eriod getting the decision from
he referee: 10-5 and giving Mich-
an a good 18-15 lead as their
strongman" took the mat.
As usual Dave Porter messed
round a little to get practice with
imeone fairly near his size be-
ore moving in for the kill at 4:18
ith a very obvious pin.
123 lbs.-Rubin (M) pinned Ro-
mnano, 6:ZMJ.
130 lbs.-Young (0) pinned Noel,
137 lbs.-Henson (M) dec. Groves,
145 lbs.-Guzell (0) pinned San-
ger,4 :Z9.
152 bs.-tenman (M) pinned
Ryan, 6:50.
160 lbs.-Hansen (M) and Burt
drew 3-3.
167 lbs.-Cummings (0) dec. Reil-
ly, 5-x.
177 lbs.-Cornell (M) dec. Kruse,
Hwt.--Porter (M) pinned Schmidlin,


Miss Fleming Skates to
First U.S. Gold Medal


By The Associated Press
GRENOBLE, France-Pictures-
que Peggy Fleming, exhibiting a
dazzling display of skating artistry,
won the first gold medal of the
Winter Olympics yesterday and
the first in figure skating for the
United States since 1960.
Miss Fleming, who took a vir-
tually insurmountable lead after
the compulsory figures earlier in
the week, clinched the victory with
her free skating routine at the
Stade de Glace.j
Miss Fleming, a 19-year-old col-

liant display that East Germany s
Gabriele Seyfert, who had not yet
skated, had no chance to catch
Janet Lynn of Rockford, Ill., at
14 the youngest member of the
U.S. Olympic squad, finished a
surprising ninth after standing
14th folowing the compulsory
The United States finished out
of the medal running, however, in
all .three of the day's early events
-the women's 1,500-meter speed
skating test, the girls' downhill and


lege student from Colorado the men's 15-kilometer cross-coun-
Springs, Colo., put on such a bril- try ski race.

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There's room in the back of
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money on travel expenses. On
either side of the Atlantic.

I think we'd like to see Europe from a VW wagon. It sure beats running to
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