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Saturday, March 23, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

_..dyMrh23 98TH ,HGA AL

Porter Makes Finals;

Gridder's Scrimmage
Moved to Fieldhouse

M' Grapplers

Special To The Daily
\UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. ---
About all Michigan had salvaged
after the completion of the semi-
finals in the NCAA Wrestling
Championship was a little pride.
And not too much of that.
Dbwn in tenth place with 20
points after the results of yes-
terday's action, Michigan hangs
ten points 'behind fourth place
Michigan. State and 45 points
behind first place. Oklahoma.
Only Dave Porter and Pete Cor-
nell/are left in competition.
Porter, perhaps rued by two
previous losses to his nemesis.
Jeff Smith of the Spartan's, was
the only survivor of the semi-
finals, as he beat Smith; 7-0, in
the run-away heavyweight grudge
match. The two had met twice
previous this year, with Smith"
grabbing both the victories. De-
fending.champion Michigan State
*had its hopes for, a repeat crown
jolted by Porter, although Smith
could still grab a second place
berth.
In the finals tomorrow Porter,
seeded third, will face number(

[enthI
fall at 4:29, which stretched his
pin streak to three.
The other representative from
Michigan in the NCAA semi-
finals, 167-pounder Cornell, was
pinned by Fresco State's Mike
Gallego with 4:59 gone in the
match. Gallego, first seeded in
the tournament, also beat Cor-
nell last year when the two faced
each other.
Cornell is still alive in the con-
solation finals, with a win in his
first match, and still has a chance
for third place.
The three other Michigan
wrestlers with a chance to wres-
tle-back - Geoff Henson at 137,
Steve Rubin at 123, and Fred
Stehman at 160 - all saw their
victors lose, putting them out of
competition.
Henson's previous opponent,
Martin Willingan of Hofstra, was
beaten by Michigan State's Dalej
Anderson, the 137 division de-'
fending champion. Oklahoma
State's lone finalist, Dwayne Kel-
ler dashed Rubin's hopes for a
wrestle-back with a win over Bill
DeSario, Rubin's quarterfinal con-
queror. And Dave Wiendl, Steh-
man's victor also lost, to leave
Michigan with only two conten-
ders.
Favored Oklahoma State faded
out of the picture as bitter rival
Oklahoma racked up a 65 point'
total, and placed four men in
the finals to Oklahoma State's
lone wrestler, Keller.
Iowa State, still within striking
distance, was second with 57
points and three finalists. With
Oklahoma State holding faraway
third at 36 points and MSU
fourth, Portland State rounds out*
the first five going into today's
finals.

With everyone else looking for be no kicking.Instead of moving
spring, the Michigan gridders are in a continuous fashion toward
already on their way toward next the goal lines, the units will be
fall. running several different forma-
A few "never-say-die" specta- tions from the same place. The
tors will be on hand at Ferry Field emphasis is on fundamentals.
this afternoon for the first "foot- There won't be any scorecards,
ball" game of the year - better either, but they wouldn't help
known as an intra-squad scrim- much anyway because none of the
mage. jerseys have numbers. However,
The encounter is scheduled to there will be recognizable combi-
begin at 2 p.m., but that time is nations like Dennis Brown, Garvie
no more definite than the location. Craw, John Gabler. and Ron
The local weather gods may force Johnson.
the entire affair into adjacent Now that the first week of prac-
Yost Field House. tice is under the gridders' belts,
Head coach Bump Elliott calls the coaches will rearrange the
it a "preliminary scrimmage," units as each player receives in-
rather than a game. tense scrutiny-starting with to-
It may even get boring. The day's game.
Blue offense runs against the Gold MICHIGAN "BLUE" TEAM
(second) defense. Then the Gold1 Offensive
offense runs against the Blue de- ENDS-Jim Mandich and Bill
fense. Then the White units get Harris
into the picture. TACKLES-Bob Penska, Werner
The idea is to give everyone a Hall
chance to play.i GUARDS--Bob Baumgartner
No score will be kept. There will -4# -.

Dave Porter

-Daily-Jim Forsyth
COACH TONY MASON demonstrates the art of efficient ballhandling to Michigan grid hopefuls, The
spring's first scrimmage which was scheduled for tomorrow on Ferry Field will be moved into Yost
Fieldhouse because of the weather. The light head-knocking session will begin about 2:00 P.M.
IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR

one seeded Jeff Lewis of Okla-
homa State.
To reach his match against
Smith, Porter had to defeat Rich-
ard Schumaker of East Strouds-
berg College. He did it with a

Ohio State Bombarded in Semis

Spitbsall Feud Sparksh
Tiger 8- Slugfest
*By The Associated Press let Len Gabrielson score the

North Carolina, ranked Number
LOS ANGELES WP)-All-Ameri-
can Larry Miller led North Caro-
lina to a resounding 80-66 vic-
tory over Ohio State's Cinderella
team last night in the National
Collegiate Athletic Association's
basketball semifinals.
North Carolina, ranked Number
Four nationally, will meet the
winner of the Houston-UCLA
clash in Saturday's finals for the
national collegiate championship.
Miller scored 20 points but had
solid aid from Rusty Clark in
rebounding and Charlie Scott de-

A fist fight between Dennis
Ribant, Detroit pitcher, and
George Thomas, Boston outfield-
er, enlivened the exhibition base-
ball scene yesterday.
It happened during the sixth
inning of the game at Lakeland,
Fla., won by Detroit 8-6.
Thomas, at bat, asked plate
umpire Jo O'Donnell to examine
the ball after one of Ribant's
pitches..
"He threw me a couple of spit-
tels, and I asked the umpire to
look at the ball," Thomas -said.
v Ribant threw the ball over
Thomas' head. Thomas ran to the
mound as players of both teams
rushed onto the field..
Thomas and Ribant exchanged
punches on the mound before
they were parted. Both were
ejected from the game.
Los Angeles came up with two
runs in the ninth and beat St.
Louis 3-2 in St. Petersburg, Fla.
A wild throw from outfielder Dick
Simpson on Tom Hutton's single

winning run. Hutton's single had
scored Jim Lefebvre with the ty,-
ing tally.
Philadelphia snapped a seven-
game losing streak on Tony Tay-
lor's ninth-inning single for a 9-8
victory over Oakland at Clear-
water, Fla.
76 ers Wa

fensively.

Playoffs' to'
PHILADELPHIA (P) - A bril-
liant all-around performance by
Wilt Chamberlain sparked the
Philadelphia 76ers to a come-
from-behind 118-110 victory over
the New York Knicker-bockers
last night in the first game of
the Eastern Division semifinal
playoffs of the National Basket-
ball Association.

rriors Take Openers
SContinue Tonight

Ohio State battled gamely, but
was badly hurt when" captain Bill
Hosket fouled out with 9:30 min-°
utes left after scoring 14 points
and spearheading the work on the
boards.
North Carolina jumped into an
early lead before the Los Angeles
UCLA beat Houston 101-69 last
night to qualify for the NCAA
finals against North Carolina
tonight. Led by Lynn Shackel-
ford and Lew Alcindor, the
Bruins jumped out to a 24 .
point half time lead and were , . .
never threatened the rest of the .
way.
Sports Arena capacity crowd but
Hosket and reserve Jody Finney .
sparked an Ohio State rally. --
The Buckeyes pulled ahead at NORTH CAROLINA'S LARRY
21-20 and the lead changed hands Heels past Ohio State and their1
six times before the 6'4" Miller. the NCAA semifinals last nig
paced a Tar Heel surge to a 34-27
halftime lead. Hosket was ejected from theg
Miller, Clark and then Millersurge, including t hree straight
again scored field goals just be- field goals, gave him 13. Steve
fore the intermission. Howell led the Buckeyes with 15
Finney cut the lead with a bas- and Hosket and Finney scored 14
ket as the second half opened, but ndeach.
four points by Bill Bunting in- H.
creased the margin again.
Hosket collected a pair of free jus after he scored a basket. He
was called for charging on the
throws before Miller hit twice, play The score was 58-50 at the
sending North Carolina ahead by time
Both teams played a ragged

and Stan Broadnax.
CENTER-David Denzin
BACKS-Dennis Brown, Gar-
vie Craw, John Gabler, and
Ron Johnson
Defensive
ENDS-John Kramer and Phil
Seymour
TACKLES-Tom Goss and Ger-
ry Miklos
MIDDLE GUARD-James Wil-
hite
LINEBACKERS-Tom Stincie
and Mike Hankwitz
CORNERBACKS-Brian Healy
and Jerry Hartman or George
Hoey
SAFETYS-Tom Curtis and
Barry Pierson
Dianondmen Lose
9-0 In Seasoii Debut
TEMPE-The Michigan Wol-
verines opened their 1968 season
last night down in Arizona (with
78-degree temperatures) against
the number one ranked team in
the nation, Arizona State.
Michigan lost 9-0, but went into
the eighth inning behind only 4-0.
Arizona State scoring five runs in
their last inning.
Threatening in the fifth, sixth,
and ninth innings, the Wolverines

MILLER (left) paced the Tar
big center Bill Hosket (right) in
ht in Los Angeles. The fired up
game early in the second half,

SPORTS BULLETS:
Austrian Skiers Roll
0 SUN VALLEY, Idaho (A)-Paced by Gerhard Nenning,
who won the men's downhill, the Austrian ski team, moved into
a first-day lead yesterday in the three-day American Inter-
national team ski meet.
Canada's Nancy Greene walked away with the women's
downhill as she was almost a full three seconds ahead of her
nearest competitor.
Nenning, in winning the men's at 2:02.81, was 35 seconds
ahead of French skiing sensation Jean-Claude Killy.
The Austrian was jubiliant after the race and said he be-
heved the Austrian team could beat the french if the Austrian
girls did well.
Killy appeared morose and refused to talk to newsmen.
0 LOS ANGELES (A')-Guy Lewis of Houston was an-
nounced yesterday as winner of the United States Basketball
Writers award as coach-of-the-year.
Lewis' Cougars went through the season undefeated and
reached the NCAA championship round with a 31-0 record. Bob
Polk of Trinity University in Texas was the winner of the Na-
tional Association of Basketball Coaches' award as College
Division coach-of-the-year. Trinity finished third in the College
Division tournament.
0 MEXICO CITY (1)-Topseeded Arthur Ashe of the U.S.
Army advanced to the semifinals singles of Mexico's Interna-
# tional Tennis Tournament yesterday, defeating Roberto Chavez
of Mexico 7-5, 6-4.
Mexico's Davis Cup player, Rafael Osuna, also entered the
semifinals beating countryman Andres Donnadieu 8-6, 6-3.
The lanky, bespectacled Ashe meets Mexican Joaquin Loyo
Mayo in the semifinals Saturday, while Osuna will meet Pa-
tricio Rodriguez of Chile.
! ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. ( P)-Roger Maris, the man who
seven years ago, broke Babe Ruth's single season home run
record, intimated yesterday this would be his last season as a
ballplayer.
"I feel fine," said Maris, referring to his winter trouble
with Bell's Palsy. "But it gets tougher every year. I don't want
to say anything definite, but I really didn't think I would play
his year, just as I felt certain when I left the Yankees two years
ago that I'd retire."

The best-of-7 series resumes
tonight night in New York.
New York held a 10-point lead
at 69-59 with 8:46 remaining in
the third quarter, before Phila-
delphia spurted for 10 straight
points and a 69-69 tie with 5:26
left.
Philadelphia then got hot and
opened up an 82-76 lead entering
the final period. The 76ers' big-
gest margin was 13 points at 109-
96 with 2:45 remaining as Cham-
berlain and Wally Jones provid-
ed the spark.
Chamberlain scored 37 points,
pulled down 29 rebounds and
handed off seven assists to wreck
the Knicks, who had bothered
Philadelphia the second half of
the regulation season with a zone
press as they won three of the
last four games between the two
clubs.
Willis Reed took game-scoring
honors with 38 points for New
Reed and Dick Barnett, a 29-'
point contributor, that kept Newj
the game.
Dayton vs. Kansas
In NIT Finale
NEW YORK (W)-The tall, deep
Jayhawks of Kansas were favored
by just one point' yesterday to
beat Dayton's streakingebasket-
ball Flyers for the championship
of the National Invitation Tour-
nament today.
Another sellout crowd of 19,500
was assured at Madison Square
Garden although the title contest
will be telecast locally as well as
nationally by CBS. Starting time
is 2 p.m.
Notre Dame, edged 76-74 in
overtime by Dayton in the semi-
finals Thursday night, will meet
St. Peter's, N.J., trounced 58-43
by Kansas, for third place. This
game will start at noon.
"Our styles are similar," said
Dayton Coach Don Donoher. "We
both use a disciplined offense and
stress defense. The rebounding
could be decisive."
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
ELLIOTT BERRY

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Tonight's final and consola-
tion rounds of the NCAA bas-
ketball tournament will be tele-
cast tonight over WWJ TV
Channel 4, starting at 9:30 p.m.
Unranked Ohio State, which
won the right to represent the
Big Ten by winning a playoff,
battled gamely but lacked the fin-
esse of the Tar Heels.
Bunting wound up with 13
points in the second half and was
second high for the winners with
a total of 17.
Clark had 15 and Scott's late

SCORES
Exhibition Baseball
Detroit 8, Boston 6
Atlanta 5, New York 1
Minnesota 11, Cincinnati 1
Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 2
Philadelphia 9, Oakland 8
Washington 8, iPttsburgh 2
Chicago 10, California 0
San Francisco 5, Cleveland 4
Baltimore 7, New York 3
NCAA Basketball Playoffs
North Carolina 80, Ohio State Uni-
versity 66
versity 66
NBA Playoffs
Philadelphia 118, New York 110
San Francisco 111, St. Louis 106

Wilt Chamberlain
ST. LOUIS (A') - Jeff Mullins
scored 13 points in the final per-
iod as the San Francisco Warriors!
beat the St. Louis Hawks 111-106
last night to take a 1-0 lead in
the best-of-seven Western Divis-
on playoffs of the National Bas-
ketball Association.
Mullins, who had 29 points for
the game, helped the Warriors
break open a third-period dead-
lock. When St. Louis came back
to within one point late in the
game, Mullinsrhit a jump shot
that killed the rally.
The Warriors had drawn event
at 75-all as Bob Warlick scoredc
nine points in the last three min-
utes of the third period. Warlick
took over the scoring load afterI
Rudy LaRusso scored eight of:
the Warriors' first 10 points in
the third period.
Don Ohl, who had 26 points,
rallied St. Louis in the final min-
utes with key jumpers.

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11:45 A.M.

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