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Michigan tankers fall to Indiana, 91-32
Special To The, Daily{
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana showed Michigan last night
why they were rated the number one swim team in the
country by Swimming World as they crushed the Wolverines
91-32. The depth on the Hoosier's squad was so great that the
Wolverines were hard-pressed to salvage three second places'
in the nine individual swimming events. Michigan swim ..
coach Gus Stager was somewhat disappointed with the re-
sults, "I can't complain about some of the guys who swam '.,-

Wolverines pin down victory;
defeat Grand Rapids, 21-16


heir best times this year.
Since we came up against a
team with better swimmers, I,
got a chance to find out which
of our swimmers have guts.
Some of our guys just let In-
diana swim away from us."
On their way to their 45th
straight dual meet win Indiana
won 12 of 13 events as several
Hoosiers posted the best times in
the nation thus far this year. Two
of these times were swum by
freshman Gary Hall who set a new
NCAA and Big Ten record in the
*400 individual medlay with a
4:06.0. Runnerup in the event was
Michigan captain Gary Kinkead
with a 4:11.7. Hall's other first
came in the 200-yard backstroke
in 1:55.8.
Indiana's other super-star Mike
Spitz won the 200 and 100 yard
4ireestyles with times of 47.4 and
1:46.6 respectively. Hoosier Gary
Connelly touched out Wolverine
Juan Bello in the 200-yard free,

despite Bello's fastest time of the
season. I
The only Wolverine win of the
night came with Bruce McMana-
man's victory in the one-meter
diving. Michigan diving coach Dick
Kimball wasn't discouraged, "Gag-
net didn't dive that well in the
low and Rydze didn't hit all of
his dives on the high board. If
he hadn't blown one of his dives
he would have easily taken sec-
ond. But Rydze is pretty tough
and will be right in there for the
Big Ten's and the NCAA's."

Mark_ Spitz

Trachmen head to Kalamazoo

Michigan's second string wres-
tlersperformed much like the
varsity in a meet yesterday
afternoon with Grand Rapids
Junior College. The reserves
fashioned a 21-16 win, based on
good performance in the lower
weights and a win at 177.
Tom Littleton started things
rolling for the Wolverine grap-
plers by pinning Warren Out-
law midway in the second pe-
Littleton was quite nervous at
the start of the match, but
seemed to loosen up after Out-
law took him down in the first
period. The Wolverine soph-
omore quickly escaped, and the
first period ended with Little-
ton trailing 2-1.
Littleton started the second
period in the down position, and
escaped almost immediately.
After a minute of sparring for
positional advantage, Outlaw
tried to take Littleton down.
Littleton countered effectively,
and took Outlaw to the mat.
The rest was easy for Littleton,
as he immobilized his foe's arms,
and pinned him.
The second match was closer
than the first, as Jim Blanks
squeezed but a 9-8 win over
Grand Rapids' Jesse Griffin by
Special To The Daily
DULUTH -- Murray Keogan
tallied his second goal of the
game at 5:39 of overtime to
give Minnesota-Duluth a 6-5
victory over the Wolverine Iders
last night.
Duluth has a 5-2 advantage
going into the third period
when Michigan scored three un-
answered goals, the last coming
at 18:57 by Merle Falk to send
the game into overtime.

Kerry Kargel made it two in
a row for Grand Rapids, and
closed the meet score to 8-6, as
he whipped Herb Sudduth 9-4.
Kargel was recruited by Mich-
igan when he was in high school,
and the coaching staff renewed
old friendships after the meet.
Michigan got back on the
winning road in the next match,
as Marty Chouinard pinned Bob
Livingston early in the third pe-
riod. C h o u i n a r d dominated
throughout the bout, and nearly
pinned Livingston in the sec-
ond :period,rbefore achieving a
pin the third.
Michigan's Mitch Mendrygal
gave the Wolverines a 16-6 lead
by eking out a 2-0 win over
Pete Sanders in the 158 pound
class. The third period started
with the score tied 0-0, but
Mendrygal - had three minutes
riding time, which meant he
would take at least a two point
lead into the bout's final min-

ute if he could escape fairly
Sanders, however, refused to
let Mendrygal up, and so the
Wolverine freshman had to
wrestle for a reversal, which he
obtained in the final five sec-
onds of the match.
The 167 match did not go so
well for the Michigan reserves,
as Roger Ritzman suffered a
6-2 loss at the hands of Ron
The meet score at this time
was 16-9, and 177 pounder Mary
Pushman guaranteed at least a
tie for the team by racking up
an easy 11-3 win over Mike
Jim Thomas sewed up the
match for Michigan by tying
Don Parsons, 1-1, in the 190
The wrestling team faces In-
diana today, at, the Events
Building after the basketball


Tankers sunk

1-METER .DIVING: 1. McManaman
(M); 2. Jones (I); 3. Gagnet (M). Points
-- 280.05.
1000-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. South-
ward (1); 2. Baird (I); 3. Finney (M).
Tin e - 10:08.2.
Jana (Horsley, Dahlberg, Barbiere,
Ware); 2. Michigan. Tim - 3:31.5.
200-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Spitz (I);
2. Connelly (I); 3. Bello (M). Time -
50-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Anderson
(1); 2. G. Zanin (M); 3. Barthold (I).
Time - 22.4.
Hail (I); 2. Kinkead (M); 3. Smith (I).
Time - 4.46.00 (new NCAA record).
3-METER DIVING: 1. Henry (1); 2.'

Eldridge (I); 3. Rydze (M). Points -
200-YARD BUTTERFLY: 1. Barbiere
(I); 2. Norand (M); 3. Jack (1). Time
- 1:54.3.
100 YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Spitz (I);
2. Bello (M); 3. Connelly (1). Time -
(1); 2. Horsly (I); 3. Kinkead (M).
Time - 1:55.8..
500 YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Baird (I);
2. Tanner (1); 3. Finney (M). Time -
200 BREASTSTROKE: 1. Dahlberg (I);
2. Councilman (I); 3. Mahony (M).
Time - 2:14.
(Conelly, Barbirre, Horsey, Hail); 2.
IMichigan. Time - 7:01.

The Michigan track team heads
west to Kalamazoo today to prove
for the second week in a row that
they are Big Ten title contenders.
Although team scores are not
kept in this meet, the Western
Michigan Relays are the spring-,
board to the first big indoor meet
of the season next week at Mich-
igan State, where a team title is
Probably the feature event of
the meet is the invitational 300
yard dash which pits such speed-
sters as Jim Green of Kentucky,
George Thomas of Eastern Mich-
igan, and Trevor Matthews from
Michigan against each other,
Green won in this event last week
at the Michigan Relays with a
clocking of :30.8, which broke the
old Yost Fieldhouse record of
:31.0, set by Tom Robinson of

Michigan. Thomas has been clock- won the Michigan Relays' two-
ed in :31.4, while Matthews, who mile run with a time of 8.:58.2. He
has never run a 300 before has a will be opposed by such standouts
best time in the 220 yard dash of as Ed Norris of Kent State
:20.8. (8:49.2), Paul Lightfoot of the
In the hurdles events, another Ann Arbor Track Club (9:02.5),
interesting match-up occurs. Two and Ken Leonowicz of Michigan
top-flight hurdlers are seeing ac- State (9:05.0).
tion again after being out of Events in which Michigan has
action during the 1969 season. a good chance of winning are the
Charlie Pollard of Michigan State high jump, distance medley, and
has one year of eligibility left the two mile relay. Sophomore
after a leg injury put him out of John Mann set a new varsity rec-
action during the 1968 season. ord in the high jump this past
Pollard is co-holder of the 70-yard Thursday at Toronto with a jump
high hurdles indoor record with a of 6'101/4". His only major com-
time of :08.2 while Bill Tipton of petition should be from Mike
Eastern Michigan should be re- Bowers of the Ann Arbor Track
covered enough from another leg Club who has been over TO" a
injury to give Pollard some com- number of times.
petition. Both the distance medley and
The two-mile race should be the two mile relay teams were
another good attraction. Leading victorious last weekend at the
the field will be sophomore Gary Michigan Relays and could repeat
Harris of Western Michigan who this performance today.

NBA to expand to 18 teams;
P'enguinslose money infiht
By The Associated Press
" LOS ANGELES - The National Basketball Association an-
nounced yesterday it would expand to 18 teams next season by
awarding franchises to Portland, Ore., Buffalo, N.Y., Cleveland and
Commissioner J. Walter Kennedy told a news conference that the
franchises would cost $3.7 million each and that all expansion teams
will begin play next season.
Kennedy also announced formation of a committee "to reopen
possible merger discussions with" the rival American Basketball
Association. He said, the move was made at the request of San
Francisco Federal Court Judge Alfonso J. Zirpoli and Jack Rolph,
commissioner of the ABA.
0 MONTREAL - Clarence Campbell, National Hockey League
president, fined the Pittsburgh Penguins' hockey team $1,000 yester-
day and assessed 12 of the club's players $100 each for leaving their
bench to take part in a brawl at Pittsburgh Jan. 31.
Bob Plager of St. Louis was fined $104 for the same offense.
The second period incident followed a fight between Glen Sather
of the Penguins and Barclay Plager-Bob's brother of the Blues.
After the officials had broken up the fight, and appropriate
penalties had been imposed, the outbreak was resumed by the
original principals. This second outbreak prompted Bob Plager and
Tracy Pratt of the Penguins to leave their benches to join the action
in front of the -St. Louis bench.
Campbell said that "prompted by a signial for assistance from
Pratt" the players on the Pittsburgh bench proceeded to join in the
* * s
" BOSTON - Bill Veeck, Suffolk Downs president, has offered
to help build a stadium for the Boston Patriots if his track is given
12 more racing dates annually.
Gov. Francis Sargent said yesterday he has beenh considering the
plan for four days.
The race track would give about $1.2 million of the additionaI
receipts it would get from the extra racing days to the Boston Re-
development Authority, under Veeck's plan, and the BRA would find
a site and build a stadium.

Devious Dean shows

'em how

at ResCol

Daily Bridge Editor
The stereotyped image of the
college administrator is that of a
bureaucrat cowering in an inac-
cessible office hoping that stu-
dents will not come lookin~g for
However, Dean James H. Rob-
ertson of the ,Residential College
does not fit this image at all. He
is almost always available to the
students of the Residential College
and obviously enjoys his many
contacts: with them. One of his
favorite pasttimes is a good game
of bridge, and many an unwary
ResCol sutdent has found that the
Dean can more than hold his own
at this honorable game.
Dean Robertson participates in

nearly all of the Residential Col-
lege duplicate tournaments and
on Friday afternoons when the
week's work is done, he is easily
lured out of his office for a few
quick rubbers.
His love for the game and the
students of the ResCol was shown
earlier this!week. The Residential
College Representative Assembly,
which is chaired by the Dean, ad-
journed its weekly meeting around
11 p.m. I approached Dears Robert-
son with two other rabid ResCol
bridge fanatics and asked the
Dean if he would like to make it
a foursome. In spite of the hour,
he readily agreed.
To make a long story short, we
ended up playing five rubbers, and
Bob Fortunate and myself won

the last three rubbers to nip the
Dean and his partner, Phil Hertz,
another Daily sports staff member,
in a game thaty broke up at 1 a.m.
The first two rubbers were hell-
ish, as our worthy foes got most
of the cards and punished us
whenever we dared play a con-
tract. The most humiliating set-
back of the night came on this
hand, when the Dean made a
complete fool of me to land a:
seemingly impossible contract. d

This Weekend in Sports
BASKETBALL-NORTHWESTERN at Events Building, 2 p.m.
HOCKEY-at Minnesota-Duluth, 8 p.m.
WRESTLING-INDIANA at Events Building, 4 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-at Ohio State in Columbus
TRACK-Western Michigan Invitational-in Kalamazoo

securing a two-point takedown
with two second left in the
Blanks was trailing 6-3 when
the third period began, but kept
the pressure on his tired op-
ponent and scored the win by
shooting in for a desperation
single leg takedown in the final
Michigan suffered its first loss
of the meet at 134, as Mike
Freiberger scored a 15-3 win
over Jim McKee. McKee spent
most of the second period on
his back, but avoided being pin-
Reserves romp
118, POUNDS .- Tom Littleton (M)
pinned Warren Outlaw (GR), 3:36.
126 POUNDS - Jim Blanks (M) dec.
Jesse Griffin (GR), 9-8.
134 POUNDS - Mide Frelberger (GR)
dec. Jim McKee (M), 15-3.
142 POUNDS --Kerry Kargel (GA) dec.
Herb Sudduth (M), 9-4.
150 POUNDS - Marty Chouinard (M)
pinned Bob Livingston (GR), 5:55.
" 158 POUNDS - Mitch Mendrygal (M)
dec. Pete Sanders( (GR), 2-0
167 POUNDS- Ron Sharpe (GIL)
dec. Roger Ritzman (M), 6-2.
177 POUNDS - Mary Pushman (M)
dec. Make Kanasinski (GR), 11-3.
190 POUNDS - Jim Thomas (M) tied
Don Parsons (GRL), 1-1.
HWT. - Pete Lee (GIR) won by for-

4-6 3 2
r-Q 10 6
4-8 3

4-A K 9
r-A 9 5 3
4-9 7 5 2
5 4
4-Q 10 8
-J 8 7 4
S-K 10 7
4-A Q J

4-*J 7 4
f-Q J 9 4 2
4.-K 10 6 4


dumy's small trumps and returned
o his hand by overtaking dum-
my's nine of spades with his ten.
Another diamond ruff followed
and the Dean finessed in clubs
with great certainty and his jack
held the trick. He tried to cash
he ace, but I ruffed in and the
position was this:
V-A 9


Neither side vulnerable

4- -
YQ 10 6

The Bidding:
South West
1 f Pass
2 V Pass

4 y

All PassI

4 -
r-J 8 7 4


Having been unable, however,
to figure out this obvious truth,
I decided it would be more propiti-
ous if I gave the Dean- a sluff and
ruff, so I led a diamond. The
wily Dean sluffed a club from the
board and ruffed in his hand.
The Dean then led a small
trump from his hand and my vis-
ions of setting the hand were
permanently shattered. Still as-
suming that he had the king and
jack of trumps, I could only con-
clude that a play of a small trump
would give Dean Robertson a sure
overtrick. So I played the ten,
forcing the ace, and nearly died
when my partner's singleton king
came tumbling down. The Dean
and I divided the last two tricks
but the contract was fulfilled.
My play of the ten hearts is a
sure-fire loser. The Dean will
make even if he ducks in dummy.
My partner will have to take the
trick with his king and his forced
return in one of the minors will
coup my trumps.
If I duck the trick, as I should
because only a singleton king in
Bob's hand will allow us to set,
the Dean is sunk. But the Dean
had been rolling along like Old
Man River and I could not en-
NHL Standings

-Associated Press
NATE BOWMAN (New -York) mixes it up under the basket with
Tom Van Arsdale (number 5 from Cincinnati) in a game last
night in Cincinnati. Van Arsdale scored 21 in a losing cause as
the Royals fell to the Knicks, 135-92.
Bullets gun down Pistons

Opening lead - two of spades
The Dean opened one diamond:
on a hand where many would open
witn a club. I don't know exactly
what the Dean's logic was, but I
know many people who open their
lesser minor once in a while just
to keep the opposition honest.
Phil responded in spades, his
better four card major, and the
Dean perhaps eyeing a no trump
contract, bid two hearts. Phil, with
an opening hand of his own and
excellent trump support, jumped
to four hearts, and the bidding
It fell upon me to make the
opening lead, and nothing looked
especially promising, so I decided
to play it safe and lead the deuce
of spades. This was a rather in-
opportune choice, for my partner's
jack was forced as the Dean took
the trick with the queen.
_ He returned to dummy with an-
other spade and led the singleton
diamond, rising with the king
which I felledwith my ace. The
unbid clubs appeared to be the
weak link in the Dean's chain of
armor, so I led the eight to start
a high-low signal.
This was another disastrous
choice and the Dean gobbled up
the trick with the queen. He then
ruffed a diamond with one of

I made- my first mistake at this
point by assuming that I would
get no more trump tricks if I led
a trump. I was assuming that the
Dean had the heart king as well
as the jack for his bid, but even
if he had had both these cards,
I would have a certain trump trick

:NBA Standings
Eastern Division
W L Pct. GB
New York 48 12 .800 -
Milwaukee 40 18 .690 7
Baltimore 36 23 .611 111%
Philadelphia 29 28 .509 172
Cincinnati 26 35 .426 22%
Boston 24 33 .421 22%
Detroit 22 38 .367 26
Western Division
Atlanta 34 26 .566 -
Los Angeles 31 25 .554 1
Phoenix 26 33 .441 72
San Francisco 25 32 .439 7h
Chicago 26 35 .426 81/
Seattle 23 36 .389 10%
San Diego 19 35 .352 12
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 153, Detroit 148, (2 ot)
New York 135, Cincinnati 92
Boston 127, Seattle 117
Atlanta 104, Chicago 93
Milwaukee at Los Angeles (inc.)
San Franciscoat Phoenix (inc.)
Philadelphia at San Diego (inc.)
Today's Games
Seattle at Detroit
Cincinnati at New York
Los Angeles at Phoenix
Philadelphia vs. San Francisco at

If I led any heart but the


Big Ten
Standings 4

Ohio State
Michigan State

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W L Pct.
5 0 1.000
5 1 .833
4 2 .667
4 2 .667
4 3 .571
2 3 .400
2 4 .333
2 5 .286
1 4 .200
1 6 .143

New York
St. Louis
Los Angles

29 10 10 68 174 112
27 12 11 65 173 126
27 12 11 65 190 153
26 15 7 59 145 126
25 17 6 56 147 108
20 21 8 48 145 148
Western Division
24 17 7 55 148 113





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38 113 158
34 138 168.
34 109 166
23 105 186

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BALTIMORE - Earl Monroe'
scored 18 of Baltimore's 32 points
in two, 5-minute overtimes and
let tlhe Bullets to a 153-148 Na-
tional Basketball Association vic-
tory over the Detroit Pistons last
The Bullets led 119-115 with 32
seconds to play in regulation, but
Detroit tied the game on baskets
by Bill Hewitt and Howie Komi-
yes with 10 seconds to play and
led 121-119 on Hewitt's fast break.
Monroe, whd finished with 39
and threw the game into the se-
cond overtime by hitting a 3-point
play in the last 3 seconds, pumped
i1 n f Baltimnr's 17 in the first

ing and an unyielding defense,
outclasses the Cincinnati Royals
135-92 in a National Basketball As-
sociation game last night.
Six New Yorkers scored in dou-
ble figure's as the team hit 55
per cent from t he floor. The
Knicks' defense forced the Roy-
als, still without injured star Os-
car Robertson, into numerous er-
rors and converted 13 errant pass-
es into scoring plays.
The Royals, sustaining their
worst beating of the season, down
43 points, shot a lowly 37 per cent
missing shot after shot inside the

Saturday's Games
Indiana at Iowa
Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Illinois at Minnesota
Purdue at Ohio State
Michigan State at Wisconsin

Yesterday's Results
Oakland at St. Louis (inc.)
Today's Games
Montreal at Minnesota
Oakland at Toronto
Detroit at Boston
Philadelphia at Chicago
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh

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