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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 25, 1968

PageEigt TE MCHIGN DILYSunay, ebrary25,196

Icers' Hopes Buried by Nodaks
5-2 Loss Keeps Michigan in Fifth

Special To The Daily
GR'AND FORKS-North Dako-
ta exploded for three final-period
goals last night to bury Michigan
5-2, and complete a sweep of the
two-game series.
The double defeat completely
shatteredg anyiWolverine hopes
for a high finish in the WCHA
standings. Michigan has now lost
four in a row and has a 9-7 league
record.
Mike Furlongr was the biggest
thorn in the Wolverine side with
goals in each of the first two pe-
riods to lift the Nodaks to a 2-0
edge.
Doug Glendinning brought Mich-
igan within one early in the third
frame with a tally assisted by
Don Deeks
But for the second straight
night, Nodak winger Bob Tuff hit
for the winning goal, as he beat
goalie Jim Keough at 6:52 of the
final period to make the score 3-1.
Less than. two nminutes later.
Wolverine defenseman Phil Gross
fed fellow blueliner Lars Hansen
for a goal which again cut the
Nodak lead. to one, 3-2.

The next nine minutes were
scoreless until Rodney Christen-
sen beat Keough with an insur-
ance tally at 17:47. Then, with
only 15 seconds left in the con-
test, Dave Hudson wrapped every-
thing up with goal number five.
The victory moved North Dako-
ta's season record to 11-4-1 in the
WCHA, and solidified their hold
on third place.
Keough wound up with 24 saves
in the Wolverine nets, while No-
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: ND
-Furlong (Ogden), 16:20. PENAL-
TIES: ND-Furlong (hi-sticking),
14:11; M-Domm (Hi-sticking), 14:-
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: ND
-Furlong (Bamburak), 1:37. PEN-
ALTIES: ND-Dobson (tripping),
10:42; ND-Furlong (hooking), 12:-
58; M-Binnie (hi-sticking), 18:34;
ND- Johnston (hi-sticking), 18:34.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: M -
Glendinning (Deeks), 2:14; ND-
Tuff (Mathews), 6:52; M-Hansen
(Gross), 8:40; ND - Christensen
(Munro, Dobson), 19:45. PENAL-
TIES: ND-Johnston (slashing), 13:-
43.

dak goalie Mike, Curran had 19.
In a game relatively free of pen-
alties, only four Wolverines and
five Nodaks were whistled to the
penalty box. None of the goals
came on power plays, although
marker while both teams were
Furlong scored his first-period
short-handed.

Gym nasts
By ANDY BARBAS Both the Wolverines and the
Fighting their way out of the Illini scored their season highs in
corner they put themselves in at , yesterday's clash. Michigan did it
the beginning of the season, the with cortisone and substitutes.
gymnasts came one step closer The cortisone was used on DaveI
yesterday -to overtaking power- Jacobs. who injured his feet last
ful Iowa. week against Indiana and was
The showdown in the battle : receiving treatment for them be-
for the Big Ten crown and a tween events. Though in pain, he,
NCAA tournament berth occurs was able to score 9.15 in the floor
next Saturday in East Lansing, exercise and win the trampoline
where Michigan and Iowa are with a 9.5.
rated as favorites in the Big Ten , No Rodney
Meet. Substitutes had to be used for
Iowa backed Michigan into a' junior Fred Rodney, who hurt his
corner at the beginning of the shoulder in practice, and still isn't
season by dealing the WolverinesIcertain of competing in the Big
a 189.95-186.85 defeat. This meant Ten meet next week.
that the gymnasts couldn't lose Despite these handicaps,rthe
another meet and still remain in3 gymnasts still put onan impres-
contention for the Big Ten title. sive showing. Their 27.45 in thej
Yesterday, Michigan kept itself floor exercise was their best score

1,rab I
All-arounder. Sid Jensen, who
is erratic on the side horse, wished
he could have erased the 7.9 he
finished with.
The rings were a bright spot as
Rich Kenney upped his high score
for the season to 9.25. Charlie
Froeming added a 9.15, and Jen-
sen an 8.75.
The tramp team overcame
their recent slips, and produced an
excellent 27.95 behind the efforts
of Wayne Miller with a 9.25,
Huntzicker with a 9.2, and Ja-
cobs.
The vaulting team gained a
27.30 score without the efforts of
one of their best performers -
Rodney. Jensen excelled with a
9.4.
The parallel bar team put forth
an excellent 27.3 with a 9.2 by Ron
Rapper and a 9.15 by Jensen.
Mike Sasich led the high bar
competitors, getting a 9.25. His
dismount, a double flyaway,
proved quite a crowdpleaser. Jen-
sen followed with a 9.1 and Ray
Timm, substituting for Rodney,
totalled 8.5.
In other meets, Iowa finished

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in the race by dropping Illinois
and Wisconsin in a triple meet
gaining a second-place finish be-
hind Iowa before the Big TenF
tournament.
The scores were Michigan 189.4,
Illinois 187.8, and Wisconsin
165.15.

this year. Huntzicker drew a 9.3
to lead allccompetitors. Jensen
followed Jacobs with a solid 9.0.,
Illinois only got 26.65.,
Next came the event which!
could lose the Big Ten title for
the Wolverines, the side horse.
Jim Deboo, who has been improv-,
ing with every meet, compiled a

Keough (M) 5
Curran (ND) 10
MICHIGAN 0
North Dakota 1

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Iowa 7 0 Mike Carpenter, who clutches 187.25. Ohio State overcame Indi-
MICHIGAN 6 1 every time he recognizes someone ana 175.75-165.75.
Michigan State 5 2 in the audience, must have rec-
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Special To The Daily.
MINNEAPOLIS-The Michigan
wrestling team, seeking to bounce
back after a heartbreaking loss to
Michigan State, yesterday took
out all their frustrations on Min-
nesota and Mankato State ,beat-
ing them 27-6 and 25-5, respect-
ively.
In the double-dual meet held
at Minnesota, the Wolverines
held the upper hand consistently
against both schools, as most of
the weight divisions were won by
pins or lopsided decisions.
Both wins were gratifying, but
the one that really mattered to
the Michigan grapplers was the
conference victory over the Go-
phers.
Coach Cliff Keen was pleased
with the performance of his men
and surprised at the aggressiveness
they showed.
MICHIGAN-MINNESOTA
123 ibs-Rubin (M) dec. Nichols,
9-3.
130 lbs-Hudson (M) dec. Stauch,
6-1.
137 lbs.-Henson. (M) forfeit
145 ibs.-McCaslin (M) dec. Swor-
sky, 6-1
152Ilbs-Stehman (M) pinned At-
kins, 5:21.
160 lbs-Maas (Minn.) dec. Han-
son, 9-3
167 lbs.-Cornell (M) dec. Gordon,
7-0
177 lbs.-Curran (Minn.) dec.
Wentz, 5-0.
Hwt.-Porter (M) pinned Enderle,I
1: 15

Explaining the difference in the
meet scores this week and last, he
said, "You must understand that
this is a big change in the strength
of the opposition. Michigan State
was and is a very good team."
Bearing this out are the scores
that MSU posteduagainst Minne-
sota, 28-3, and Mankato State, 20-
9, in the other half of the double-
dual contest.
Conference Clash
Looking ahead to the Big Ten
Tournament that will be held next
weekend at Iowa City, Coach Keen
predicted, "That should be an in-
teresting thing. There are four
strong teams I can name: MSU,
Iowa, Northwestern, and Michi-
gan. There are also strong boys
on the Ohio State, Wisconsin, and
Indiana teams.
MICHIGAN-MANKATO STATE
123 lbs.-Rubin (M) dec. Berning,
6-2
130 lbs.-Hudson (M) dec. Evans,
5-2
137 lbs.-Henson (M) dec. Richter,
6-4
145 lbs.-McCaslin (M) drew Cum-
mings, -1-1
152 lbs.-Stehman (M) pinned At-
kins, 5:21
160 lbs.-Hanson (M) dec. Soulek,
10-2
167 lbs.-Cornell dec. Amundsen,
8-2
177 lbs.-Ryland (MS) dec Wentz,
6-0
Hwt.-Porter (M) dec. Carlson,
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