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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, JANUARY 9,1968

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Twin Mat Wins

High light

Weekend Action

FRATERNITY
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Over the Christmas vacation, from their top physical condition, had been making good progress
the Wolverine grapplers took a as a few of the boys showed in all week, but his greatest im-
fifth place in the Midlands Tour- their matches. But they showed provement came from Friday to
ney-and looked flat doing so. excellent competitive ability to Saturday. In the Illinois meet.
Last weekend, the same squad get themselves fired up for both Sanger had been decisioned, 7-4.
opened their 1968 dual meet sea- meets." Lou Hudson's 8-7 win at 130,
son with a convincing pair of wins Pleasant Surprise meanwhile, was made even more
over Illinois and Indiana. By the The most improvement in the dramatic, as he made a revelation
end of Saturday's meet in the squad-and it came as a pleasant to the coaches afterward that he
Events Building the team looked surprise to the young Michigan lost track of the score, and
as if they were in mid-season squad-was in the lower weights, thought he was farther ahead
form. . where three of the starters were than he was.
"Of course, a coach likes to first-year men. This development Middleweighters
think that a team's ability to come was most crucial in the Indiana This weekend, however, it will
around so quickly is a result of meet, where the Hoosiers' hopes be the middle-weighters who must
his hard work with them," grins of a sweep of the first four show their stuff. In the meet atj
assistant mat coach Rick Bay, "but matches were dashed by a tie at Northwestern, the Wildcats will!
to be frank, it was just plain 145 pounds and a Michigan win feature four grapplers in the 152-
guts that got them through so at 130 pounds. 177 pound range who finished
well. Speaking of sophomore Jim with one-Russ Schneider at 152,

As a team the Wildcats finished
two notches higher than the Wol-
verines.
"The Northwestern coach calls
this the best team he's ever had,"
declares Bay, "and their unde-
feated record bears him out. We
looked good against Indiana, but
we'll have to be in a lot better
shape come Saturday."
-BOB LEES
Icers Split
It was a weekend of delays but
the Wolverine and Spartan icers
did manage to get their two
clashes underway and completed
last weekend.
The troubles began Friday night
when the WCHA officials who
were scheduled to arrive seven

"Actually," .he continues, "the Sanger's draw in the heavier of
squad is still a few weeks away these two, Bay notes that "he

third or better at the Midlands,
or 160-a champion in his weight.

hours before faceoff had plane
difficulties. The Michigan band
LAST WEEK OF SIGN UPS and the Hockettes performed for
the jammed in fans waiting to see
FRATERNITY-SORORITY EUROPEAN FLIGHT the traditional rivalry until the
officials arrived to start the game
-35 minutes late.
M-Th 3-5-IFC-Panhel Offices, SAB Saturday night in East Lansing,
JANUARY 8-JANUARY 1 1 the game got underway on time,
but midway through the second
FLIGHT LEAVES MAY 5 NY-LONDON period a blown fuse rendered the
scoreboard and clock unusable
FLIGHT RETURNS JUNE 17 PARIS-NY Forty minutes of attempted re-
pairs were to no avail, and the
time was kept on stopwatches for
Price due on sign up $230 the remainder of the game. To top
it all off, the game went into over-
time.
Eligibility-All U of M students Play Different
For information call George, 764-9015 Unlike the night before when
Michigan came away 7-1 victors,
Possibility of Plane leaving from Detroit ! Michigan State dominated the
game until the unexpected inter-
- mission. When play resumed,
Michigan fought its way into the
lead for the first time on goals
by Lee Marttila and Don Deeks.

Jouble penalty with us ahead 3-2
nd eight minutes left to play was
he turning point of the game,"
ef ected Renfrew.
Spartan forward Nick Cristofolie
cook advantage of the Wolverine:
5hoi tage to drive home the tying
.oal and force the game into over-
time. There a breakaway goal by
Lee Hathaway ruined the Wolver-
ines' chances for a sweep of the'
series. Overtimes have not been
too profitable for Michigan this
year-they dropped a 2-1 overtime
decision te Denver previously.
Keough Hero
Jim Keough, Blue netminder
might well have been the hero of
the weekend. He was called upon
to make 79 stops, with some es-
pecially spectacular saves coming
in the Spartan-dominated second
period Friday night. Renfrew also
reserved praise for defenseman
Hansen who "played one of his
strongest games."
The Wolverine mentor felt
Michigan "played better Saturday,
but, of course, so did they." "Mich-
igan State has good balance," he
added. "Defensively they're as
strong as ever, not flashly, but
strong."
-DIANA ROMANCHUK
Cage-s, Fall
Michigan's last-minute 77-75
loss to Wisconsin Saturday was
an unhappy but familiar story for
Wolverine basketball fans who
have followed their fortunes and
misfortunes of the past two sea-
sons.
However, for Wisconsin Coach
Johnny Erickson and Michigan's
new assistant basketball coach
Johnny Orr, it was a very unusual
experience.
For the first time in both of:
their playing and coaching careers,
the two were competing on op-
posite sides of the court.
Orr and Erickson were both on
the Beloit College basketball team
in 1949. They also coached to-
gether at Massachusetts and in
1959, Erickson brought Orr with

him to Wisconsin as his assistant
coach.
"This was the first time in 22
years that I've had to be on the
oposite side of Johnny Orr," said
E ickson after the game.
"I've been his close personal
friend for so long. We've been
teammates together, coached to-
gether, and fought hard together,"
added Erickson.
"But today we were mortal ene-
mies and it felt strange."
There were other unusual con-
ditions of the game. One was the
type of basket Wisconsin uses.
They were unlike all the other
baskets used by Big Ten schools.
They had light bulbs on the
supporting posts, right behind the
glass backboards. Everytime a
basket was scored, the yellow light
would go on just as the scorer's
light goes on in a hockey game.
Wisconsin also has very strange
cheerleaders. Not only are half of
them females (a rarity in these
parts) but also one of them had
the audacity to get herself on the
cover of "Playboy."
The girl in question was the cute ,
little blond with the groovy green
football jersey who decorated
Playboy's special college football
preview issue last September.
In addition to their Playboy
cover girl, the Badgers had 15
similarly attractive pom-pom girls
to cheer them on. With all these
distractions, its amazing their
players could concentrate on win-
ning.
-JOEL BLOCK
SCORES
Tennessee 64, Vanderbilt 62
Vilianova 74, Niagara 57
Florida 94, Mississippi 75
LSU 79, Georgia 76
Wake Forest 97, Virginia 90
5. Illinois 63, Oglethxorpe, Ga. 52
Iowa 71, Loyola, 11i. 65
Missouri 86, Colorado 66
W. Michigan 73, N. Illinois 62
Kentucky 84, Alabama 76
Notre Dame 72, Creighton 63
Kansas 68, Iowa State 67

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Two minutes later the referees
marched Lars Hansen and then
Bill Lord to the1 cooler. "That
to woi
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We could grow bigger together.
DATES OF VISITATION.
February 1, 2 & 8
I'd like a big job please.

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This Week in Sports
FRIDAY
HOCKEY-Minnesota at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Michigan at Western Michigan
SATURDAY
BASKETBALL-Michigan State at Events Building, 1:30 p.m.
HOCKEY-Minnesota at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.
WRESTLING-Michigan at Northwestern
SWIMMING-Indiana at Matt Mann Pool, 2:00 p.m.

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