THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, FEBRUAR"Y'20 1968
VAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1968
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Undesired fame has come to
Before Michigan fans could
really become conscious of his
steady performance as the anchor
man of the wrestling team, Por-
ter had to do something extra-
ordinary-lose. And that's what
happened to him and the Wol-
verines last Saturday night in
Jennison Fieldhouse against the
Since Grady Peninger, State's
wrestling coach, took over seven
years ago, Michigan hadn't drop-
ped a meet to the Spartans. And
last Saturday after Pete Cornell
rode Rod Ott tenaciously the whole
third period of his 167 lb. match MICHIGAN'S LEADING SCORE
to win and put the matmen ahead the puck against two Michigan1
14-9, Michigan fans probably suc- weesyidbthrugdH]
cumbed to the thought that the were stymied by the rugged U
Wolverines had it wrapped up for dropped the two game series.
the eighth straight year.M
Even if Bill Waterman happened Michigan was awarded five meet
to lose, Porter was there. But the points earlier in the meet when
best laid plans were knocked Pat Karslake defaulted to Waynel
askew by Spartan, Jeff Smith Hansen in the 160 class. An illegal+
"A combination -of factors, plus slam by Karslake pinched a nerve
the fact that Smith is a great of Hansen's. "Hansen wanted to
wrestler (he was last year's junior continue," noted Keen, "but State's
college champion) contributed to doctor wouldn't let him. If Han-
Porter's loss," informed- Coach sen had been allowed to go on; he
Cliff Keen. "Smith has three or would have received only the
four sparing partners to work out! match foul point. But as it was,
with, while Porter is limited. Michigan got five points because
"So things like timing and he couldn't finish." Saturday night
transitions of holds might beaf- Hansen retained in East Lansing
feeted by Porter's lack of compet- for observation, but returned yes-
Ii in Thn t~n uhila harn!tedy
R, Doug Galbraight, battles for
Tech defenders. The Wolverines
sky defense all weekend as they
commented Keen, "and everytime
Carr has won. Stehman has
beaten wrestlers that have beaten
Carr, but something about Carr's
style gives Stehman trouble."
The four bout wins by Michigan
were a result of a default, two
close contests, and one "easy" vic-
tory by Steve Rubin.
Pete Cornell at 167 and Geoff
Henson at 137 both clinched their
close victories on escape moves.
Henson was tied 3-3, when with
1:42 left in his match, he got
away from Keith Lowrance for
the point which provided his 4-3
123 lbs.-Rubin (M) dec. Byrum,
130 lbs.-McGiliard (S) dec. Noet,
137 lbs.-Henson (M) dec. Low-
145 Ibs.-knderson (S) dec. Mc-
152 lbs.--Carr (S) dec. Stehman,
160 lbs.-Hansen (M) default over
167 lbs.-Cornell (M) dec. Ott,
177 lbs.-Bradley (S) dec. Water-
Hvt.-Smith (S) pinned Porter,
In Crucial Bout
By DAVE WEIR
"Are we happy with the sweep?
You bet we are-it's only the sec-
ond time in a dozen years that
we've come down to Ann Arbor
and won both games of a series."
It was a bubbling John MacIn-
nes, coach of the Michigan Tech
Huskies, who greeted sportswriters S
after Saturday night's hockey
game. "We knew before we got
here that this was the crucial
weekend of the season. It was a
matter of life or death for both
Thus, new life came to the Hus-
kies as a result of Friday's 3-0
whitewash, and Saturday's 4-2
follow-up victory. The double
kayo knocked Michigan out of the
WCHA title race and shot Tech
into a two-way fight for the flag
The Pioneers maintained their
slim half game lead over the
Huskies in the top spot, while the
} Wolverines slipped to fourth place
behind Minnesota, a full three
It was a peculiar weekend at
the Coliseum, matching two very
different styles of play before sell-
out crowds each night. The Tech
offense featured line after line of
speed-skaters, who kept the press-
ure on Michigan goaltender Jim
Keough with a constant barrage of
The Wolverine offense, on the
other hand, could never quite
penetrate the aggressive Huskie
defense. The statistics tell the
story: up until Friday night's con-
test, Michigan had a 5.1 goals per
game average. But the sum total
of the weekend's 120 minutes of
action was a meager two goals.
The difference was "a matter
of life and death. The weak
scoring effort spoiled Wolverine
hopes for a league crown. And it
set the stage for a championship
series at Denver this weekend be-
tween the Pioneers and the Hus-
1on . en, Loowan e ewas
playing in the All Star football
game, Smith was reaching mid-
season form. But that's no alibi.
Porter's loss was no fluke." The
five points for a fall, earned a
victory for State, 17-14.
Of the five weight divisions
that Michigan lost, only one,
matching Fred Stehman and Dale
Carr, was relatively close at the
end. "This is the third or fourth
time that the two have met,"
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