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SUNDAY, FEBR4 UARY 18, 1968

TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1968 TUE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN

VI!' Suffers

Hoop,

Cagers Dumped 98-92
By Resurgent Hoosiers
By HOWARD KOHN vantage of a couple of breaks,"
Special To The Daily said Michigan's Dave Strack
BLOOMINGTON-After spot- simply.
ting Indiana a ten-point lead for Both coaches lauded Tomjan-
most of the game, Michigan ovich, who played 39 innutes andk
couldn't quite rise to the chal- scored 30 points. " e's the great-
lenge and lost 98-92 here last est outside shooter for a tall man P
night. I've ever seen," envied Watson,\'
Except for Rudy Tomianovich's whose loutish Bill De deer (6'9")
15-foot opening jumper in the] grabbed a creditable 16 rebounds
first seconds of play, the Wolver- but had problems with his fanci-
ines never led. But they did ha- ful over-the-head hook.
rass the Hoosiers in an exciting Spiked by numerous near-
second half effort. brawls, the game was loosely of-
I don't know what to say. It s ficiated and highly contested, put-
just so good to win one," breath- ting three-handed guards like
ed Lco-champs who played befoiea Ken Maxey and Vern Payne at RUDY TOMJANOVICH
ho-uhempull oaydbsffrns:their best and at their worst.
Indiana had fallen precariously "We came to do battle," "It was an interesting game to
close to the Big Ten cellar, which pursed Strack. "If we only hadn't to watch," said Strack, "at least
the Wolverines still hold, with been so slow in getting started. . ." for the fans, that is." At one time
five losses in their six games. Indiana jumped into a 13-4 lead Maxey and Payne went somer-
Michigan is 2-7, Indiana 3-5. in the early going, despite two saulting across the floor in a
f Michigan started an abortive priceless fumbles by Joe Cooke. scramble for the ball.
comeback midway through the The Hoosiers increased it at per- Three years ago, Michigan and
scondalf. mgiodic intervals to 28-16 and 37-24. Indiana went two overtimes in
Dennis Stewart, considerably Three goaltending calls against Bloomington before the Wolver-
off form, squeezed one in from RudyTomjanovich (four during ines won and edged past the
the corner to cut the deficit to ; the entire game) in the arm- Hoosiers for the Big Ten title.
65-62. Then in a key play, Bob 'swuiging play under the boards Two years ago, Michigan won;
Sullivan missed the first shot ence at half-time-held by the handily here, going on to an-
onuaone-and-one. was almost the margin of differ- other championship while Indiana#
But the Wolverines continued Hoosiers at 44-36. fell at the last. One year ago
to riddle the 2-1-2 zone. which Stewart's jumper and Pitts' tip- Indiana won in a flurry here en-
had been effective in the first in had pulled Michigan to 42-36 route to a share of the title while3
half, as Pitts drove in to make with ten seconds in the half. But Michigan finished last.
it 66-64-the closest they were Cooke stole the ball and fed And last night, both teams were
destined to come. Payne underneath as the buzzer struggling to stay out of the!
h J m sounded. basement.
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Grapplin
Porter Pinned in 17-14
Licking by Spartans

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By PAT ATKINS ably would have won anyway. He's
Special To The Daily really come along these last few
EAST LANSING - What began matches."
as a typical Wolverine-Spartan Still plagued with a virus, Lou
clash ended almost unbelievably Hudson was unable to wrestle at
with Dave Porter being pinned to 130. In his place Bob Noel faced
clinch the wrestling meet for Mike McGilliard but dropped the
State last night at Jennison Field match 9-4.
House, 17-14.- In the 137 division, Geoff Hen-
With Michigan ahead by a son won a thriller 4-3 by escaping
scant two points going into the from the grasp of the Spartans'
last match, Porter squared off Keith Lowrance midway in the
with the Spartans' Jeff Smith Kith prowrnemdwyi.h
(16-1 for the year). Almost im- third period.
mediately Porter ran into trouble After Karslake's illegal slam at
but managed to escape off the 160 came the match between Pete
mat before Smith had enough Cornell and Rod Ott. An escape
control for a take-down. and two minutes of riding time
No points were scored in the gave Cornell the victory.
first period as they grappled even In the next match, Bill Water-
the rest of the time. Starting, man was outdueled by Mike Brad-
down in the second period, Porter ley, two time Big Ten champ and
could not break loose and was runner-up in the nationals. Brad-
caught in a series of predica- ley was in command all the way,
ments before being pinned' with winning 11-2 to put MSU within
1:59 left. two points, 14-12.
"We told him Smith would be
t o u g h," commented Assistant
Coach Rick Bay.
En~icer in the meet, Michigan
gained some much-needed points L
at the expense of 160-pound N O N -NA T IV
Wayne Hansen. With the score,
3-3 in the third period, State's
'Pat Karslake hoisted Hansen over0E
his shoulder, carried him to the
center of the mat and slammed
him down. EARN
A foul was quickly called and
when Hansen had to be carried
off the mat, Michigan received BY TAKING AN EXPERI
five points to boost them from FOR THE ENGLISH L
a 9-6 deficit to an 11-9 lead in O
team points.j
According to Bay, Hansen had: ~I uesdo, Feb. 20, or T
a nerve pinched. "It doesn't look
too serious,' he added. 7:00 P.M.-Room 3003
To begin the meet, Steve Rubin
paired off With the Spartans' Bob PHONF 764-2416 T'
Byrum at 123. Thirty-six seconds
into the duel, Byrum got a cramp
in his leg which continued to '-.
bother him the rest of the match.
But Bay reported,"Rubin prob-
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Then came the end, with Porter
being pinned at 3:51.
"Spirit has a lot to do with a
meet," summarized Bay, "but
State was more aggressive then
we were. We wrestled better
against Wisconsin last Monday."
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B3utcn oyner, a ii-utpiu
lad who never lost his cool play-
ing; and who finished with 25:
points, held Michigan at bay. He m n a sts
and junior Earl Schneider kept
the final minutes. "
looked us in the eye," enthused irno fbIng w
Watson. "We've been falling down
in the clutch . . . playing good Special To The Daily
ball and then losing the game BLOOMINGTON - Taking a
ourselves." quick lead which they never re-
"We gave Indiana too many linquished, the Wolverine gym-
good shots and didn't take ad- nasts yesterday downed both In-'
diana and Indiana State in a
MICHIGAN double-dual meet.
FG FT P R T
Tonjanovich 14-25 2-3 4 8 30 Michigan's 186.40 points -bested
Stewart 5-12 1-2 5 8 11 Indiana's strong 176.25 and In-
Sullivan 6-10 1-2 4 5 13
Pitts 9-21 7-13 2 9 25' diana State's 172.75.
Maxey 1-9 1-1 1 2 3 The Wolverines placed one-two
Edwards 3-6 0-0 1 3 6 in all seven events against Indiana
McClellan 1-5 1-1 3 2 3 State, but were edged in the still
Henry 0-2 1-1 0 0 1 .r
39-95 14-23 20 47 97 rings and parallel bars when#
N matched against the Hoosiers.
Joyer ID9-15A 7-9 3 7 25 All-around man Sid Jensen was
Schneider 9-16 3-3 2 14 21 the victim both times. Indiana co-
DeHeer 7-13 1-3 5 16 15 captain Dwayne Wiser topped
Payne 9-21 5-6 2 3 23 "hi"nh rings 95to 5 hile
Cooke 4-010 1-3 2 4 9 hmi h ig-.5t M hl
Atkinson 0-2 0-0 1 1 0 Dave Keiler, bettered him by .05
Stenberg 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 points on the 'parallel bars. Jen-
Johnson 1-3 3-4 2 2 5 sen came back, though, with an-
Michiga39-80 20-28 1 53 98 other 9.05 to take the, high bar.
MICHIGAN 36 56 - 92 Jim DeBoo strengthened the
Indiana 44 54 -- 98 usually weak side horse with his
Attendance 7,139 best performance of the season, a
'9.2 good for first place.
BaMichigan s tramp trio of Dave
Big Ten Standings Jacobs, Wayne Miller, and George
Huntzicker got back in good form,
W L Pet after a few problem weeks, with
Iowa 6 2 .750 three performances in the nines.
Ohio State 6 3 .667 Huntzicker also won the floor
Northwestern 6 3 .667 exercise and vaulting to round
Purdue 5 3 .625 out the Michigan win.
Wisconsin 5 4 .555 Coach Newt Ldken was pleased
Illinois 4 4 .500 with the road victory and confi-
Michigan State 3 5 .375 dent that "the team is beginning
Indiana 3 5 .375 to jell in preparation for Illinois
Minnesota 3 7 .300 and the Big Ten meet' in the
MICHIGAN 2 7 .222 coming two weeks."

Overrun
liana Foes
FLOOR EXERCISE-1. Hunt-
! icker (M), 9.3; 2. Jensen (M), 8.9;
3. Kivland (1), 8.6.
SIDE HORSE-1. DeBoo (M), 9.2;
2. Hunt (I), 8.65; 3. Carpenter (M),
8.45.
RINGS-1. Wiser (I), 9.35; 2. Jen-
sen (M), 9.05. 3. Graf (I), 8.9.
TRAMPOLINE-1. Jacobs (M),
9.3; 2. Miller (M), 9.1; 3. Hunt-
zicker (M), 9.0.
VAULTING-1. Huntzicker (M),
9.35; 2. Rodney (M), 9.25; 3. Lewis
(1), 8.95.
PARALLEL' BARS-1. Keiler (I),
9.1; 2. Jensen (M), 9.05j 3. Rich-
ards (M), 9.0.
HIGH BAR-1. Jensen (M), 9.05;
2. Sasich (M), 9.0; 3. Kivland (I),
8.75.

V.) JNPAX

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Northwestern 69, Michigan St. 61
Purdue 75, Illinois 68
Providence 75, Creighton 64
Marquet 81, Detroit 70
North Carolina 84, South Caro-
lina 80
Kentucky 107, Mississippi St. 81
Louisiana St. 99,Alabama 89
Vanderbilt 75, Tennessee 63

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