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AY, JANUARY 14, 1968
icers,
IM' Puckmen
op Series
By HOWARD KOHN
Michigan junior goalie Jim
Keough pulled rank on Minnesota
sophomore goalie Murray Mc-
I chlan - sort of - as the Wol-
vines completed a two-game
sweep last night.
Actually, the unheralded of-
fensive 'lines of both teams put
both goalies on KP in an abrupt
Taj6 about-face from Friday's 3-2
defensive struggle.
., *pher captain Gary Gambu-
c won the opening face-off,
flicked ;a pass to right wing Bill
Klatt who whistled one past
Keough's shoulder for a 1-0 lead.
The time: 0:05 of the first
period:
Bruce Koviak won, the succeed-.
ing face-off, passed across the
blue line to Randy Binnie who
centered the puck for defenseman
Bill Lord. Lord's shot screamed by
McLachlan to tie the game 1-1.
The Time
iThe time: 0:20 of the first
period.
j'Ill have to admit it's: a little
innerving to have a goal scored
that soon," reasoned McLachlan
as he wiped a sweat-lined face
afterwards.
You usually like to make a
couple good saves early so you
get settled down."
Before the weekend series, most
hockey buffs figured McLachlan
and Keough to dominate.
And since McLachlan's sturdy
goal-tending had spurred the
Gophers to six straight Western
Collegiate H o c k e y Conference
(WCHA) victories before last
vAbkend's twin losses to league
leader North Dakota, most buffs
figured McLachlan to prevail.
Keough Saved Us'
"Minnesota had a lot of tip-in
goals, but it was Keough that
saved us tonight," praised a re-
IVeV d Al Renfrew unequivocally.
was hard for both of the
goalies' to, 'see the shots clearly
because most were 'screened' or.
criss-cross shots. And they had
men leaning on the nets half of
tl e time. That's why there were
so. many, tip - ins," explained
ugh, who was the first to
a mit last night's effort wasn't
one of his best::
"I'm just glad we came out on
top," he added, almost half-dis-
believing.
Bolted
Michigan bolted into a 5-1 lead
qp two goals by Dave Perrin and
once each by Don, Deeks and
Bruce Koviak, who ended up with
a hat trick, after the 1-1 super-
start.
McLachlan turned back 15
shots in a first onslaught by the
Wolverines.

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MICHIGAN'S BRUCE KOVIAK scores one of three goals in last
night's exciting 7-6 victory over Minnesota. Koviak's "hat trick"
enabled the Wolverines to sweep the two-game series from the
Gophers and move into fifth place in the WCHA with a 3-3
record.

WCHA Standings
W L T
North Dakota 9 2 1
Michigan Tech 3 2 0
Minnesota 6 4 0
Denver 6 3 0
Michigan State 2 5 0
Michigan 3 3 0
Colorado 3 7 0
t Duluth 2 8 0
Yesterday's Results
Michigan 7, Minnesota 6
Denver 3, Michigan State 1
North Dakota 3, Mich. Tech 1
Colorado at Duluth, inc.
Friday's Results
Michigan 3, Minnesota 2
Denver 3, Michigan State 2
Colorado 3, Duluth 2
Mich. Tech 3, North Dakota 2
"It was furious out there for
awhile," he admitted.
In the end, both McLachlan
and Keough each managed 29
saves.
With 13:25 left in the second
period and the Wolverines still
in front 5-1, Lord stopped a slap
shot about an inch and a half
above his left cheekbone.
After tense minutes while he
sprawled painfully on the ice,
Lord rose and skated off. He sat
out the rest of the period but re-
turned to the game with eight
stitches in his cheek for the final,
20 minutes.
"He's a tough kid. He should
be back to normal in a week,"
said Renfrew.
"But this was the turning point
of the game. We started going
downhill from then on."
Minnesota narrowed its deficit
FIRST PERIOD SCORING. Mich
-Lord (Binnie, Koviak) 0:20; Per-
rin (Deeks, Glendinning) 3:13; Ko-
viak (Hansen, Binnie) 14:14. Minn-
Klatt (Gambucci) 0:05. PENALTIES:
Mifin-Paradise (Charging) 4:40;
Norby (High-sticking) 14:50.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: Mich
-Perrin (Marttila) 2:02; Deeks
(Hartman, Gendinning) 3:40; Ko-
viak (Gross) 16:05; Koviak (Brook,
Maicolmson) 17:29. Minn-Fichuk
(Paradise, Shattuck) 7:43; Klatt
(Gambucci, Norby) 8:43; Hughes
(Fraser, Buchan) 16:40. PENALTIES:
Mich-Domm (Charging) 8:04. Minn
-Shattuck (Elbowing) 14:59.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: Minn
-Dul our (Paradise) 2:36; Hughes
(Paradise, Buchan) 9:42. PENAL-
TIES: Mich-Lord (Kneeing) 0:24.
Minn"Fraser (Interference) 13:53.
Saves
'Keough (Mich) 6 10 13-29
McLachlan (Minn) 15 6 8-29
Minnesota 1 3 2-6
Michigan 3 4 0-7

to 5-3 75 seconds after Lord left,
but Michigan coaxed two more
goals out of McLachlan and Min-
nesota nicked Keough for one be-
fore the period ended.
"I was petrified in the last per-
iod," breathed Renfrew.
Pat Dufour wrenched out of
a pileup in front of the Michigan
net to sneak the puck by the
cross-eyed Keough with 2:36 gone
in the period. Michigan led 7-5.
Dick Paradise's slap shot from
the blue line bounced off Scott
Buchan's stick and then skeetered
off Greg Hughes' stick into the
net at 9:42. Michigan led 7-6.
But Keough prevailed, scatter-
ing the puck far and wide even
when McLaughan left the nets
in the final 47 seconds.
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1. In-
diana (Hickox, Perkowski, Borowski,
Mccaiour); 2. Michigan. Time-
3:38.52.
1000-YD. FREESTYLE-1. South-
ward (I); 2. Kinkead (M); 3. Perez
(1). Time-1U:01.42.
ONE-METER DIVING-1. Brown
(M); 2..Henry (I); 3. Carlton (1).
moints-286.x.
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Windie (I);
2. Saiassa (M); 3. Hili (I). Time-
1:45.61
50-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Bateman
(1); 2. Burel (I); 3. Wiebeck (M).
Time-22 :3x.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-I.
Utley (M); 2. Bello (M); 3. Ware (1).
YRe-:ER DV G.
THREE-METER DIVING-1. Young

Swim Squad
Overpowered
By DOUG HELLER
It was supposed to be a battle
of the Olympians.
Instead, it turned into a battle
of the influenza stricken, the head
cold-ridden, the under-condition-
ed and the mental-lapse-prone.
In other words, it was a typical
early season meet. Only more so.
And when it was over, favored
Indiana had rolled it up against
Michigan 83-40:
Should Have Known
The Wolverines should have
known it as soon as they jumped
into the pool. After Bill Dorney
showed he could stay fairly close
to world record holder Charlie
Hickcox in the opening back-
stroke leg of the 400 yard Medley
Relay, Hoosier Dave Perkowski
ended the race for all practical
purposes by taking a big lead in
the breaststroke.
Super Duel
One-meter diving was a duel all
the way between Michigan Cap-
tain Fred Brown and Hoosier
sophomore prodigy, Jim Henry.
Brown's 280.8 gave the Wolverines
their first victory as he edged out
Henry by a skinny four-tenths of
a point.
John Salassa really impressed
Michigan Coach Gus Stager in the
200-yard freestyle. Salassa finish-
ed only one-and-a-half seconds
behind -Australia's 1964 Olympic
champion Bob Windle.
After Indiana swept the 50-yard
freestyle, Peru's Juan Bello made
a bid against Hoosier co-captain
Bill Utley in the 200-yard indi-
vidual medley. Bello took a good-
sized lead in the backstroke and
breaststroke and according to
Stager "should have held off Ut-
ley. He's a better athlete. But he'
lost a stroke he shouldn't have."
After Jay Meaden, the Wolver-
ines chief, hope in the three meter
diving, slipped noticeably on his
first two attempts, even this out-
side chance to beathHoosiers Win
Young (second in the nation last
(I); 2. McManaman (M); 3. INino
de Rivera (1). Points 321.35.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY-1. Arusoo
(M); 2. McCalour (I); 3. Berry (I) .
Time--1:513.o.
100-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Bateman
(1); 2. Burell (I); 3. Wiebeck (M).
Tine-48.z0...
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-i. Hickox
(1); 2. oKey (M); 3. Mert (M).
lime-2:01.36.
5a0-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Windle
(1); 2. Kinkead (M) 3. Perez (I).
Time-4:55.10.
200I-YD. BREASTSTROKE-i. Per-
kowski (I); 2 Ware (I); 3 Robert-
son (M). Time-2:16.05.
400-YD FREESTYLE RELAY-1.
Indiana, (Utley, Bateman, Burell,
Padgett); 2 Michigan. Time 3:14.49.

Matmen Just Able To Win,
As Porter, Stehman Pin

Special To The Daily
CHICAGO-Northwestern's plan
to take three of the middle weight
matches went as expected, but the
rest of their plan was squelched,
as the Wolverine matmen pinned
their way to a 19-12 victory yes-
terday in Evanston.
Victory wasn't assured until the
last match, but Fred Stehman's
pin of Bill Laursen in the 152 lb.
class was the surprise attack that
Michigan needed to gain momen-
tum. Stehman was leading 11-3
when he forced Laursen into a fall
with 17 seconds left.
At the time the score was 6-6.
"It was the turning point in the
match," said Assistant Coach Rick
Bay. "Stehman really took Laur-
sen apart."
Opening Match Loss
Michigan's only loss outside of
the middle weight classes was the
opening match dropped by Steve
Rubin to Wayne Watson. The dif-
ference, in the 4-1 decision. was a
three point near fall by Watson
in the second period.
In the 130 lb. class, Michigan's
Lou Hudson overpowered Ed Du-
mas 9-3 and almost had his op-
ponent in a fall as the buzzer
sounded, to tie the meet score at
three all.
One of the must matches for
Michigan came next as 137-pound-
er Geoff Henson started the third
period of his bout tied with Jack
Dunn. Knowing he had to ride the
Wildcat matman the whole period
to win, Henson did just that to
gain a riding time point for a 3-2
victory.
Fortunately the Wolverines were

meters.
year) and cocaptain Luis Nino
de Rivera seemed out of the ques-
tion.
But sophomore Bruce McMana-
man beat Nino de Rivera by 13
in a performance diving coach
Dick Kimball really liked, "it was
his first meet."
One featured battle that failed,
to materialize as expected went in
favor of Michigan. Wolverine Tom
Arusoo won the 200-meter butter-
fly while his Canadian Olympic
teammate and college rival stayed
in Indianapolis with the flu.
However, comparatively lightly
regardedPat McCallour gave Aru-
soo plenty to worry about as did
supposedly overweight Olympic
champ Kevin Berry.
Hickcox, sick earlier in the week,
topped Bill Dorney in the 200-yard
backstroke and Stager said "I
think he's sick."
Dorney said, "Yes, I'm sick; I
did a lot better in practice. A
little cough, a little cold." Tom

-Daily-Thomas Sheard
NO, BRUCE McMANAMAN is not plastered out of his mind
in this picture. Actually, he's testing the diving board in prepara-
tion for his surprising performance yesterday when he upset Luis
Nino de Rivera, Indiana co-captain and took second at three

Mertz took third.
Both Stager and Kinkead
agreed that the Hoosier's Windle
outsmarted Kinkead in the 500-
yard free. Stager didn't think Kin-
kead kept up the pressure enough.
Then Indiana slammed through
in the 200-yard breaststroke and
400-yard freestyle relay as ex-
pected.
After the meet Stager was wor-
ried about Michigan State on Fri-
day night. "If we don't work like
hell this week, we'll get the stuff-
ing beaten out of us."

able to enter the middle wetint
battles with a three point lead, for
the lead dwindled only to a tie as
Jim Sanger "never got going," ac-
cording to Bay, and lost 9-3.
After Stehman
After Stehman took care of
Laursen to up the Wolverine lead
to 11-6, Wayne Hansen lost a
tough one' 4-3 to Russ Schneider
in the 160 lb. division. With only
20 seconds left and a 3-3 tie, Han-
sen lost a point for stalling and
that turned out to be the winning
tally.
Coming out of the middle weight
clases trailing by one after Bill
Waterman's loss to Otto Zeman,
Michigan had some of the press-
sire relieved by Pete Cornell's deci-
sion in the 177 lb. class.
"Cornell did a good job," de-
claredBay. "It put us ahead 14-12.
If he had lost, Porter would have
needed a fall for Michigan to win."
It Turned Out
As it turned out, Dave Porter
did pin Dan Kraft in the heavy-
weight division with only 2:34
gone in his match. "It sure is nice
having someone like Porter in that
last slot," says Bay.
123 ibs.--Watson (N) dec. Rubin,
4-1..
130 lbs-Hudson (M) dec. Dumas,
a"3.
137 ibs.--Henson (M) dec. Dunn,
3-x.
145 lbs.-Butrey (N) dec. Sanger,
U-3.
152 ibs.--Steeman (M) pinned
Laursen, 7:43.
i6o tbs.-scflneider (N) dec. Hansen,
167 lbs.-Zeman (N) dee. Waterman,
11-3.
177 lbs-Cornell (M) dec. Norton,
7-3.
Hwt.--orter (M) pinned Kraft, 2:34.

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