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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY I3, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGENN1T

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1968 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY PARE NT~~

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Special To The Daily
MADISON - The Wolverine.
wrestlers, led by a pin in their first
and last matches, overpowered
Wisconsin 25-6 yesterday in what
assistant coach Rick Bay termed
"our best dual meet of the year."
The win gave Michigan a 7-0
record in Big Ten competition this
year, and an 8-1 record overall.
At ,the very beginning, however,
it looked like Wisconsin was out
for a real upset. Bob Hatch, lead-
ing off for the Badgers at 123,
gained a quick takedown and near
fall on Steve Rubin, and was ahead
5-0. But then Rubin took over.
Several maneuvers later, the scoreI

stood at 9-5, Michigan, when
Rubin ended it all with a 4:30 pin.
The match at 130 pounds saw
the return of stalwart Lou Hud-
son. And he made his comeback
in style, overwhelming his op-
ponent, 17-2. But a new feature
was added to his attack-a fiber-
glass protective mask. As Bay ex-I
plained, "Lou was originally out
with the flu, but the doctors found
a blood clot in his nose that needs
protection for awhile. Hudson
himself, meanwhile, looked to be
in fine shape after the long lay-
off."
While Geoff Henson gained a
3-1 victory at 137 on a takedown

Icemen Hold Third
with Weekend Wins

By DIANA ROMANCHUK
The Western Collegiate Hockey
race remains a scramble.
The Michigan icers maintained
their third position with two vic-
tories over Michigan State last
weekend, but Michigan Tech and
Denver switched places on the
upper two berths.
The Huskies split their series
with North Dakota in Hougliton
to drop into second behind Den-
ver who took two from Minnesota
Duluth.
The Wolverines pulled out a 4-3
overtime win in East Lansing
Friday night, then came home to

shut out the hapless Spartans 9-0
on Saturday.
Spartan hockey coach Amo
Bessone gave Michigan goalie Jim
Keough most of the credit for the
whitewash. "Galbraith (Doug) got
a hat trick, but Keough's shutout
was just as big a feat. He came
up with the big stops."
The defeat, Michigan State's
eighth in a row, extended Michi-
gan's winning streak to ten. Sat-
urday's play caused Bessone to
remark, "I've never seen them
skate so well."
"We were flat that game,"
added th eSpartan mentor. "We
needed an early goal. The boys
tried to put on the pressure but it
didn't come."
Unlike Friday night, when the
Wolverines were forced to play
catch up,they moved into a 3-0
lead while Keough plugged the
goal against 17 Michigan State
shots. Six tallies in the final per-
iod turned the game into a farci-
cal runaway.

in the last 10 seconds, his 145-
pound teammate, Jim Sanger, was
not so lucky. Wrestling before his
home folks, Sanger was soundly
defeated, 10-2.
But then came, "the most ex-
citing match of the afternoon."
according to Bay as Wolverine
152-pounder Fred Stehman tan-
gled with Mike Gluck, runnerup
in the NCAA's last year. With the
score tied 2-2 going into the second
period, Gluck gained a fast three
points to lead 5-2.
Stehman Reverses
But Stehman came right back
with a reversal and predicament
to go ahead 6-5. And after the
Wolverine senior started the last
period with a quick escape, the
two grapplers spent the rest of
their match in a back and forth
tussle, but Stehman came out the
victor 7-5.
The 160 division saw Wolverine
Wayne Hansen "looking real
good," according to Bay, as he
won easily, 11-3. At 167, however,
Bill Waterman made his return
to the starting lineup against Wis-
consin's Rick Heinzelman, whom
Bay called "one of the outstanding
wrestlers in the conference." The
10-2 Badger victory attested to
that.
Impressive Victories
The last two matches saw im-
pressive Wolverine victories-a de-
cision by Pete Cornell at 177 and
a pin, of course, by Dave Porter
at heavyweight. Bay noted, how-
ever, that "their heavy weighthon-
ly around 195, but he gave Dave a,
real tussle.. After all, he got into
the third period, -which not too
many have managed this year.
"Overall," Bay continued, "we
wrestled well as a team, and didn't
seem affected at all by the long
plane ride after a Saturday meet.
Moreover, we seem to be building
up to a ?high pitch. Maybe it's for
the meet this Saturday."

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Standings
W L T Pct
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11 3 0 .786
9 3 0 .750
10 5 1 .625
10 6 0 .625
3 10 0 .231
2 9 1 .208

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