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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, JANUARY 7,1968
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JANUARY 7.1908
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By BOB LEES
The Michigan wrestling squad,
winning four of their last five
matches, including two by pins,;<
came from behind yesterday to de-
feat a tough Indiana team 21-11.
The win-their second in as.
many days-leaves the Wolverinesr
with a perfect 2-0 record in dual
Lack of experience hurt the
Michigan grapplers in the early
going, as they fell behind 8-5 after
the first four matches. But thisr
score was actually an omen of
good things to come.
As assistant coach Rick Bay
mentioned after the meet, In-
diana had based their chances
for a win on a sweep of the first
four weights. But Lou Hudson's
win and Jim Sanger's draw upset>
their plans." GEOFF HENSON
Hudson's win was a reversal of s
his previous meeting with Indiana's ier started off his match with
Tim McCall. The Hoosier 130- Indiana's Rick Reel with a quick
pounder, runner-up in the Big takedown, and was ahead 5-2 when
Ten Championships last year, had he got his opponent down for
defeated him in the consolation keeps. This turn of events gave the
finals of the Midlands Open last Wolverines five team points and
monst h da lead in the meet which they
Sanger, meanwhile, drew special never relinquished.
praise for his performance, as he Wye160spounds Mcdn
came from behind to salvage a tie Wayne Hansen found himself in
in an extremely hard-fought complete control, shutting out
match. "Jim came back well Doug Bissell 5-0. Bissell had an
there," recalled Bay; "he tripled advantage for only ten seconds at;
the beginning of the second period,
as Hansen elected to start in the
123 ibs.-Barnard (I) dec. Rubin, 8-4. down position. But the Wolverine
130 lbs.-Hudson (M) dec. McCall, 8-7.
137 lbs.-Lentz (1) dec. Henson, 10-4. grappler escaped quickly for a
145 lbs.-Sanger (M) vs. Mudd, 3-3, point, then rode his opponent for
15 tbh.-stenan () pinned Reel, e entire third period to ice the!
160 lbs.-Hansen (M) dec. Bissell, 5-0. The Wolverine cause took a
167 ibs.-oenisar (1) dec. Waterman, minor setback in the 167 pound
117 lbs.-Corneli (M) dec. Blanken- division, as Indiana's Gene Deni-
ship, 6-1. sar outpointed Bill Waterman 10-
Hwt.-Porter (M) pinned Wertnigscli, 8.
: *Waterman had actually tied his
his performance against Illinois" opponent on a takedown in the
Sanger, by gaining a reversal n third period, but it was riding time
the last period, was actually lead- which caused his defeat. After-
ing Hoosier Dan Mudd when time wards, Bay declared that "Water-
rangout, H busthendianagenp man had an excellent match. Den-
wan ablebt t ckdoana gapper isar was runnerup in his class at
riding time and gained the tie. the Midlands, and his loss in the
The afternoon's first pin came finals there was only his second
Theaftrnoon'-fiin almost a dozen meets this year."
Tankers Follow Wake
Of Mighty Hoosiers
Special To The Dgaily
records in all but two events,
Indiana swept the slate clean in:
a tidal wave victory yesterday in
the Big Ten Swimming Relays
The Hoosiers' blitz on the rec-
ords overwhelmed individual per-"
formances by Michigan's Juan
Bello and Gary Kincaid, who led
the Wolverines to their customary"
Indicative of things to come in
the Big Ten race, Indiana amassed
152 points out of a possible 152
and missed updating records in
only the diving and 300-yard
backstroke out of a possible 111
Michigan, which finished well.
behind the Hoosiers with 911 2
points, managed three seconds
and four thirds.
The Wolverines' nearest miss for
a first came in the 300-yard
butterfly where they ended up one
second behind Indiana's clocking
Michigan came within three sec-
onds of beating Indiana in the
Michigan had little competition'
for second place in the meet also,
holding nearly a 20-point water-]
mark between it and third place1
finishers Michigan State and Wis-
consin, which tied at 74 points
Ohio State, Illinois, Iowa and
Minnesota followed in order.
Northwestern and Purdue did not
Except for Bello and Kincaid,
TEAM TOTALS - Indiana 152,
MICHIGAN 911,, Michigan State 74,
Wisconsin 74, Ohio State 45, 11-
linois 371/, Iowa 31, Minnesota 301.
400-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Indi-
ana 2. Wisconsin 3. Minnesota 4.
MICHIGAN (Lawton, Sullivan, Kir-,
cher, Salassa). Time-3:12.3.
300-YARD BACKSTROKE-1. In-
diana 2. MICHICAN (Dorney, Kin-
said, Mertz). Michigan State 4.
Wisconsin. Time-2 :47.9.
300-YARD BREASTSTROKE-1. In-
diana 2. Illinois. 3. MICHIGAN
(Robinson, Mahler, Wainess) 4.
sMichigan State. Time-3:03.6.
300-YARD BUTTERFLY-1. In-
diana 2. MICHIGAN (Arausoo, Bis-
bee, Bello). 3. Wisconsin 4. Ohio
2000-YARD FREESTYLE-I. Indi-
ana 2. Michigan State 3. MICHIGAN
(Kincaid, Bello, O'Connor). 4.
200-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Indi-
ana 2. Iowa 3. Minnesota 4. Michi-
gan State 5. MICHIGAN Time-1:26.9
400-YARD MEDLEY-1. Indiana 2.
Wisconsin. 3. MICHIGAN (Dorney~
Bisbee, Mahler, O'Connor). 4. Mich-
igan State. Time-3:37.5.
DIVING-I. Indiana 2. Ohio State
3. Wisconsin 4. MICHIGAN (Brown,
200-YARD MEDLEY-1. Indiana
2. MICHIGAN (Dorney, Wainess,
Bisbee, Kircher). 3. Iowa 4. Mich-
igan State. Time-1:38.0.
300-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
-1. Indiana 2. Michigan State 3.
Illinois 4. MICHIGAN (Arausoo,
Robinson, Salassa). Time-2:45.9.
800-YARD FREESTYLE-1. Indi-
ana 2. Wisconsin 3. MICHIGAN
(Bello, Kincaid, Mertz, O'Connor).
4. Michigan state. Tiime--7:14.6.
Michigan's swimmers were 'less
than noticeable. The team's con-
sensus after watching Indiana's
awesome show was that "the
Hoosiers should be in the thick
of things for the NCAA champion-
ships in spring."
Wolverine swimmers did not
predict anything about Michigan'sj
"I keep telling him ,."
in the 152-pound class through
the courtesy of the Wolverine's
Fred Stehman. The senior grap-
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at Hoover and State. The price
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The final two matches were con-
vincing wins by the Wolverine
grapplers. Pete Cornell whipped
Tom Blankenship 6-1, while cap-
tain Dave Porter capped the meet
with a rapid pin of the Hoosiers'
monstrous heavyweight Chuck
"It was an awfully hard foughtI
meet," declared Wolverine coach
Cliff Keen as the good-sized crowd
filed out. "Our boys did much
better than against Illinois, but
there's still a lot of work to do."
"This is a rough Big Ten this
year, and we meet one of the
stronger teams in Northwestern
next week. We gave a fine account
of ourselves today, and we hope
that next week will be just as good
PAY AS THEY PLAY:
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By The Associated Press
HONOLULU-The North, paced
by the bruising running of All-
America Larry Csonka of Syra-
cuse, and the fierce defensive
charge of huge Harry Gunner of
Oregon State, overwhelmed the
South yesterday 50-6 in the 22nd
Hula Bowl football game.
The North had too much man-
power for the South. Eight All-
Americans were on hand.
The game was televised live by
the Lani Bird Satellite. It was
blacked out locally and drew a
capacity crowd of 25,000.
The score spread was the high-
est in the history of the game,
which has been played under var-
ious formats. The North has now
won the last three and five of the
UCLA's Gary Beban, the South
quarterback, spent most of the
afternoon picking himself up af-
ter Gunner had knocked him
Gunner was named outstanding
lineman of the game, and Csonka
was unanimously tabbed the best
back. It was the first time in the
Hula Bowl that anyone had ever
swept the press box voting.
North's Ray Phillips represented
MOBILE, Ala. - The South
snapped out of a holiday football
slump yesterday by rolling to a 34-
21 conquest of the North behind
the passing of Kim Hammond and
the catching of Dennis Homan in
the 19th annual Senior Bowl game.
Hammond, Florida State quar-
terback, tossed two touchdown
passes with Alabama's Homan
catching one scoring pass and
seting up three South touchdowns.
The victory in the nationally
televised game watched by 40,156
fans in Mobile was only the second
for Dixie in 10 bowl and all-star
games over the holidays.
The South Rises
The North, with Paul Toscano
of Wyoming hitting on 10 straight
tosses in the first half, led 14-10
before Dixie's finest exploded for
Homan, an All America end,
set up the South's first touch-
down with a 53-yard pass from
Home Is Where. . .
MADISON, Wis. (/P) - "It's
great to be back," said Mel
Walker. "You can't imagine
what it's like lying on your back
for 46 days."
Walker returned yesterday to
Wisconsin's campus'from a Min-
neapolis hospital, where sur-
geons amputated part of his left
leg after a football injury in
the season finale against Min-
Hammond, sprinted 16 yards
around end to set up the second,
grabbed a 17-yard scoring pass
from Hammond to open the third
quarter and caught a 31-yard pass
to pave the way for the final
Rocky Rosema of Michigan, a
defensive starter for the North,
was instrumental in many of the
first half tackles but sat on the
bench most of the second half.
By DOUG HELLER Huntzicker. And Miller's 9.3 was
The gymnastics meet at East- the top individual performance of
ern Michigan yesterday was even the day.
less of a contest than expected, Still, the tramp men topped
as the Wolverines smashed the their EMU rivals by a cumulative
Hurons, 183.55 to 155.45. score of nearly seven voints.
In a very toughly scored meet, Jensen's 9.2 led the vaulters
Eastern came nowhere near the with Huntzicker's 8.9 and Rod-
170 point prediction of their ney's 8.8 also showing up well.
coach, Marvin Johnson; while Living Up To ...
Michigan Coach Newt Loken was Sophomore specialist Ron Rap-
satisfied for this early in the per, of whom great things had
season, although noting his team been expected, smashed all op-
certainly was rough in spots. position on the parallel bars as
After all, the Wolverines only his 9.1 coupled with the scores
managed to sweep five of seven of Jensen and Dick Richards came
events. close to mathematically elimin-
The contest did mark a turning ating the Hurons from the contest
point in several respects. Dave even before the final event was
Jacobs' bad ankles had forced held. Such an occurrence, had it
the NCAA floor evercise champion happened, would have been an
to de-emphasize this event in extreme rarity for gymnastics.
favor of his specialty, the tram- Jensen's topflight 9.25 high bar
poline, where he is world cham- performance coupled with the
pion. But yesterday, Jacobs came scores of Rodney and Ray Timm
through with an 8.95 to win the would have been good enough to
floor exercise. sweep the Hurons. But, as stylish
George Huntzicker's 8.7 gave Mike Sasich sagely remarked,
him second followed by Sid Jen- earlier, "the meet can end only
sen and Fred Rodney. after my turn," and he promptly
Turnabout helped dig Eastern's grave deeper
Sophomore all-around man Sid with a 9.15.
Jensen had an amazing turnabout Truth in Packaging
after slipping in the next event. According to Loken the gym-
the side horse. His 6.85 didn't give nastics team has been ignoring
him too much to be happy about the old cliches about taking them
as surprising sophomore Jim De- "one meet at a time."
Boo's 8.6 won with Dave Geddes They've been looking ahead to
and Mike Carpenter next. the January 20th confrontation
Things didn't look too good at with exceedingly strong Iowa in
that point for Jensen, who has desolate IowaCity all season long.
seemed to lack confidence in the And now, with only one more
past as implied by Captain Wayne tuneup pairing, this one with
Miller, Michigan's own version of Western Michigan in Kalamazoo
Casey Stengel, "I keep telling him on Friday, Loken expects his team
he's a stud, but he doesn't believe to sharpen up quickly. He figures
me" he needs a 27 in each of the events
However, Jensen followed this (a 189 total) to even be able to
with a second in the rings a first stay with the Hawkeyes.
in vaulting, a third on the parallel
bars, and a first on the high bar.
Ahead of Jensen in the rings
was Charlie Froeming. His double
flyaway dismount began to ap-
proach midseason form, capping
an 8.95 performance. And Rich
Kenney, despite missing slightly,
held on to fifth with an 8.3 be-
hind Hurons Jim Arnold and Sam
Indicative of the low overall
scores in the meet, the heralded
Wolverine trampoline team "only"
featured a 9.3 by captain Miller,
a 9.2 by Jacobs, and an 8.75 by
FLOOR EXERCISE-1. Jacobs (M)
8.95. 2. Huntzicker (M) 8.7. 3. Jensen
(M) 8.4. 4. Rodney (M) 8.1.
SIDE HORSE-1. DeBoo (M) 8.6.
2. Geddes (M) 8.2. 3. Carpenter (M)
7.85 4. Reilly (E) 7.8.
KINGS-i, Froeming (M) 8.95. 2.
Jensen (M) 8.6. 3. (tie) Arnold (E)
and Muffitt (E) 8.55.
Huntzicker (M) 8.9. 3. Rodney (M)
VAULTING-1. Jensen (M) 9.2. 2,
8.75. 4. Ickes (E) 7.25.
TRAMPOLINE-i. Miller (M) 9.3.
2. Jacobs (M) 9.2. 3. Huntzicker (M)
8.8. 4. Reilly (.E) 8.25.
PARALLEL BARS-1. Rapper (M)
9.1. 2. Arnold (E) 8.55. 3. Jensen (M)
8.5. 4. Richards (M) 8.25.
HORIZONTAL BAR-1. Jensen
(M) 9.25. 2. Sasich (M) 9.15. 3.
Rodney (M) 8.55. 4. Timm (M) 8.25.
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