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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 18.'1968

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By ELLIOTT BERRY
The way yellow jerseys were
sprawled all over the ice last
night, it seemed as if all the
Wolverines had to do was step
over them to come out on top.
Unfortunatelyefor Michigan,
the sprawled Tech bodies were
an indication of determination,
and not ineptness, as the Huskies
clawed their way to a 4-2 victory.
The victory gave Michigan Tech
a sweep of their weekend series
with the Wolverines, and elimin-

Lose
making sparkling saves to
light the scoreless frame.
The Wolverines took the
early in the second period
Doug Galbriath converted
from Paul Domm at 3:05 wi
Huskies' Edgar Rivalin o
hooking.
The lead was short lived,
ever, as Tech rear-guard
Sieradzki scored on a scree
from the point with Bill
sitting in the penalty box.
The third period saw the
kies gra . 2-1 ead .dwhenn

Game,

WCHA

Hopes,

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Thinc lads Trip Fighting Irish,

By PHIL BROWN
They came, and they saw, but
conquering was forgotten yester-
day, as Notre Dame's indoor
track team left Ann Arbor on
the short end of a 76-64 dual
meet score.
Wolverine coach Don Canham's
thinclads got the points in all the
places that they had been ex-
pected to get them, sweeping all
four field events, both hurdle
races, the 600 and 800-yard runs,

was only the third time the nine- highs. Irishman

Brian Kemin

minute barrier had been broken
in Yost Field House.
Junior hurdler Larry Midlan
also made a contribution to tne
record book with his :07.4 per-
formance in the 63-yard 'nws.
That ties a mark attaned by
eight previous Wolverine athletes.
The Wolverines started slowly,'
taking only third places it the
first two running events. Miler:
Steve Bishop and 440 man Paul

managed third to keep Notre
Dame in the scoring.
Pete Farrell took a first in
the 1000 for the Irish ahead of
Michigan's Ken Coffin, and Hurd
got his 60 win, edging Wolverine
George Hoey. But Bob Thomas
won the shot put (51'9") and Alex
McDonald the 600, and Michigan
trailed by only two points, 37-
35.
Wolverines Gary Knickerbocker

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ated Michigan from the race for x JohnjHainesjmoved in behind
the WCHA top spot. teammate Bob Marshall and sent
The heartbreaking loss was one a backhand past the screened
of the finest games seen at the Michigan goalkeeper.
coliseumtDoug Glendinning then sent the
ve6nes hustled through the full capacity crowd to their feet when.
60 minutes but fell to a stout he tied the contest 2-2 with a
Husky defense and a phenomen- 30-foot slapshot that found its
al performance in the nets by oothsoagsho mat fodits
way through a maze of bodies
Tech goalkeeper Bill Hughs. into the Tech net.
Husky Ed Shillington provided Only 21j minutes later ShUing-
the winning marker at 16:39 of ton put it away for the Huskies.
the third period, when he took The Wolverine dressing room
a pass from Al Karlander from1 TeWleiedesn om
a p owas a picture of disappointment
behind the net and whipped it as coach Al Renfrew moaned.
past Michigan goalie Jim Keough. "We just weren't a good hockey-
Karlander added his 15th team in front of their goal."
league goal of the season when Ag
he flipped a shot into the empty A dejected Jim Keough stated
Wolverine net at the 19:41 mark, simply, "They just put the puck
after Michigan pulled Keough in the net, we didn't."
for a sixth attacker in a desper- FIRST PERIOD SCORING: None.
ation effort to even the score. PENALTIES: (M) Domm (Charge)s
The first period was fast and 0:21; () gwatts (Cross-ek) 6:40; C
furious as the teams raced from Pashak Roughing) 11:59; (T) D'-
end to end with both goalkeepers Jardine (Interfer) 18:05.-
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: (M) 't
Galbraith (Domm) 3:05 PP; (T)

as well as the two-mile run. Godsman each trailed a par of and Clarence Martin swept the
The highlight of the meet for Notre Dame runners across the high jump, Carl Flowers and War-
Michigan fais was Jim Dolan's finish line before the Micnigan ren Bechard the long jump, and
two-mile victory in the time of ball got rolling. Ron Shortt and Matti Kilpelainen
8:59.1, which bettered his own Then Midlam and Nelson Gra- the pole vault to push Michigan
varsity record for the distance ham grabbed the first of their ahead to stay. A one-two finish

JIM DOLAN

by eight tenths of a second. It two hurdle sweeps in the 65-yard

WITHOUT ACES:

Swimnmers Dnk Ohio State, 72-51

Special To The Daily Robie, two years ago. O'Connor
COLUMBUS - The Wolverine followed this up with a win in the
swimming team, competing with- 500.
out such standouts as Tom Arusoo Dorney, meanwhile, wasn't set-
and Juan Bello, swam Ohio State ting any records as he methodical-
out of their own pool anyway yes- ly grabbed five points in both the
terday. 72-51. 200-yard individual medley and
Ken Wiebeck, Mike O'Connor 200-yard backstroke.
Ken iebck, ikeO'Conor The meet substantiated Coach
and Bill Dorney were the house GuseStae's a ntlyCwh
wreckers this time as each were Gus Stager's remark recently when
double winners, with Wiebeck ty- he said, "Maybe I ought to start
ing one pool record and O'Connor scheduling Princeton again."
breaking another. The only events the Buckeyes
breakng anther I nnl~i rinSarp +a Adina acno

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Sieradzki (Kryway, Boxer) 6:21
PP. PENALTIES: (T) Rivalin
(Hook) 1:57; (M) Lord (Interfer)
6:05; (T) D'Jardine (H-Stick) 10:-
13; (M) Lord (H-Stick) 10:13; (T)
Marshall (Cross-ck) 11:41; (T)
Haines Slashing) 11:41; (M) Lord
(Cross-ck) 15:43.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: (T)
Haines (Marshall) 1:18; (M) Glen-
dinning (Hansen) 14:03; (T) Shil'-
ton (Kar1'der, Bell) 16:39; (T) Karl-
ander (unasst.) 19:41. PENALTIES:
(T) Karlander (Hook) 7:56.
SAVES: 1 2 3 TCT
Keough (M) 9 8 6 23
Hughes (T) 9 5 10 24

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Wiebeck's 1:47.2 in the 200-yard'
freestyle tied the pool record and
he also won the 100-free.
O'Connor took the 1000-yard
freestyle in 10:23.3. The time broke
the old pool and dual meet record
by more than ten seconds. That
was set by none other than Carl

coui win were The ivng) as na-
tionally prominent Chuck Knorr
swept both boards) and the 50-
yard freestyle, won by sophomore
sprinter Ron Jackman.
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1.
OSU (Harrison, Crane, T. Gable,.
Jackman); 2. Michigan. Time:
3:46.0.

1000-YD. FREESTYLE-1. 0'
Connor (M), 2. McCarthy (0), 3.
Robertson CM). Time: 10:23.3 (pool
record).
ONE-METER DIVING-1. Knorr
(0), 2. Meaden (M), 3. McGuire
(M). Points: 287.05.
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Wiebeck
(M), Kinkead (M), 3. McCormick
(O). Time: 147.2 (tied pool record).
50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Jackman
(O), 2. Kircher (M), 3. Sullivan
(M). Time: 22.1.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
1. Dorney (M), 2. Harrison (O), 3.
Salassa (M). Time: 206.6.
THREE METER DIVING-1. Knorr
(O), 2. Finneren (O), Brown (M).
Points: 309.90.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Bisbee
(M), T. Gable (0), 3. D. Gable (0).
Time: 201.7.
100-YD, FREESTYLE-1. Wiebeck
(M), Jackman (O), 3. Oech (O).
Time: 48.4.
200-YT BAKCSTROKE-1. Dorney
(M), 2. Mertz (M), 3. McCarthy
(0). Time: 206.0.
500-YD. FREESTYLE-1. O'Con-
nor CM), 2. Harrison (0), 3. Mc-
Cormick (0). Time: 5.00.2.-
200-YD. BREASTROKE-I. Mah-
ler (M), 2. Robertson (M), 3. Wise
(O). Time: 2.20.8.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY-1.
Michigan (Wiebeck, Kircher, Kin-
kead, Sullivan); 2. OSU. Time:
3.18.0.

in the 300 by Notre Dame's Hui d
and Ole Skarsteia were a last
gasp for the visitors.
ONE-MILE RUN - 1. Vehorn
(ND-; 2. Watson (ND); 3. Bishop
(M). Time-4.13.3
440-YD. RUN-. Timm (ND); 2.
jBreunlin (ND); 3. Godsman (M).
Time-:50.2
65-YD. HIGH HURDLES-1. Mid-
lam (M); 2. Graham (M); 3. Ken-
ny (ND). Time-:08.2
SHOTPUT-1. Thomas (M); 2.
Reid (ND); 3. Reilly (ND). Dis-
tance-51'9".
1,000-YD. RUN-1. Farrell (ND);
2. Coffin (M); 3. Kurtz. (ND). Time
-2:12.5.
60-YD. DASH-1. Hurd (ND); 2.
Hoey (M); 3. Skarstein (ND). Time
-:06.3
600-YD. RUN-1. McDonald (M);
2. McCann (ND); 3. Reynolds (M).
Time-I1:12.1.
HIGH JUMP-1. Knickerbocker
(M); 2. Martin (M); 3. Broderick
(ND). Height-6'8".
LONG JUMP-1. Flowers (M); 2.
Bechard (ND); 3. Slkerski (ND).
Distance-22' 23,".
880-YD. RUN-1. Armstrong (M.);
2. Quigley (ND); 3. Leps (M). Time
-1:53.2.
300-YD. DASH-1. Hurd (ND); 2.
Sarstein (ND); 3. Grundstein (M).
Time-:37.6.
POLE VAULT-1. Shortt (M); 2.
Kilpelainen (ND). Height-155".
TWO-MILE RUN-1. Dolan (MW);
2. Leahy (ND); 3. Walsh (ND).
Time-8:59.1 (varsity record).
65-YD. LOW HURDLES-1. Mid-
lam (M); 2. Graham (M); 3. Hurd
(ND). Time-:07.4.
ONE-MILE RELAY-1. Notre Dame
(Breunlin, McCann, Timm, Far-
rell); 2. Michigkn. Time-3:20.0.

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