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Saturday, February 14, 1970


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Gymnasts win

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special To The Daily
TERRLEHAUTE-- Relying on
a strong second half after un-
even performances in two of the
first three events, the Michigan
gymnastics team defeated both
Southern Illinois and Indiana St.
the home team, in a "double dual"
meet last night.
The Wolverines scored a subpar
162.45 to top the Salukis, with
# 159.85, and the Sycamores who
posted 159. Southern Illinois, who
sent different men in some cases
against their two opponents, came
out on the top of a 159.55-159
result against the host.

was high in the first two, while
Rick McCurdy was the top man in
the last one.
Ultimately, Michigan's great
depth proved to be the key to
victory. Indiana St. sent only

Wolverine hockey team

SID JENSEN, who was superb
in the last four events, and a pair
of freshmen, Ward Black and Ray
Gurd, provided much of the ex-
citement in the meet.
Jensen, after an 8.8 in the floor
exercise and an 8.4 in the side
horse, proceeded to post scores of
9.25, 9.3, 9.3, and 9.15 to wind up
with a 54.2 total and win the all-
A around' competition.
Black scored a 9.1 on the floor'
exercise, while Gura had a superb'
9.25 in the vaulting competition.
Neither of these scores, however,
topped the Wolverines in the re-
spective events, as George Huntz-
icker was high in the former with
a 9.35, and Sid Jensen was best in
the latter with 9.3.
The Michigan victory came de-
spite what Coach Newt Loken de-
scribed a$ a °"shaky start.' Al-
though they posted a 27.3 score in
the floor exercise, the Wolverines
found themselves behind to a
o strong Indiana State effort. They
passed the Sycamores in the side
horse, but after a poor rings per-
formance, led Southern Illinois by
only three tenths of a point.
THEN THEY went to work,
with scores of 27.8, 27.55, and
27.45 in the vaulting, parallel
bars, and high bars events. Jensen
t ankers ko
splash wil
With the ordeal of Indiana now
just an unpleasant memory, Mich-
igan swimmers shift their atten-
tion to the near future and the
Big Ten Finals. While the anchor
positions on the finalist team have
been secured by the veterans,
Coach Gus Stager would like an
appraisal of his younger talent
for the remaining slots. Today's
meet with Illinois provides just
that opportunity.
Since Illinois is not a swimming
power, Stager will leave his stal-
warts behind to rovide as much
room as possible for ample testing
of finalist prospects. Of the swim-
mers making the trip to Cham-
paign twelve will be fighting for
seven openings left in the final
"Today's meet and next week's
against Ohio State will decide our
final entry. The experimenting is
over," commented Stager. "We've
entered into the proving stages of
our efforts."
Illinois' pool is not especially
conducive to testing. With only
four lanes and a one meter board,
the facilities are a bit lacking. But
Gambling cha
Russian sets
By The Asso
* DETROIT - U.S. District
Thursday a gambling charge agai
what authorities called a nationw
The judge dismissed the indic
Phoenix, Ariz., at the request of
Ritchie, who heads a special t
crime, said that Lindstrom was n
'to make a defendant in the case."
Ritchie said Lindstrom was no
other persons are alleged to be.
A grand jury probe into the case
0 MOSCOW - Russia's Yuri
record of 17 feet, 2% inches for t
The official Soviet news agenc
the mark at a meet in the Moscow
His valut bettered the record
Heinfriend Engel.
1 WASHINGTON - Track s
Philadelphia Eagles, will undergo t
take the physical punishment of p

Robert "Pappy" Gault, former
recently Carlos' advisor, said the wi
6 take part in a special, closed-to-tt
In Baltimore.
"Exactly when it will be cond
Morgan State coach, but it will
spring practice," Gault said Thursda

three men to compete in ea
event while the Wolverines w
able to send four competitors.
Still, only one Michigan ma
Jensen, was able to capture t
spot in an event, the parallel ba
as Captain Roi Rapper manag
what is for him a paltry 9.1. Ra
per scored 9.5 in his last two a


FOLLOWING the contest, Coach 't- $; C"..'6:...
Newt Ioken commented, "I was
generally pleased with our per-
formance tonight even though we Daily R}ichard Lee
didn't score as well as we have . .
the last couple times out. . ..orge Huntz e finshes rou ne
"I feel this was an excellent
test of our team for two reasons.
One, we were facing top caliber
competition - the best we have
faced so far. Two, we were per- ik
formingo beore. a large crowd LOW SO Sr S S u S
Coach William Mead of South- wly rise as Suns fall
fe Ilioisai "Ifdv Michan thDETROIT - Terry Dischinger, 18-8 lead, increased it to 38-23 jpoints and Randy Mahaffey with
faed Ioa tI'd. Thae to atei he Jimmie Walker and Dave Bing after a Quarter and 80-46 at half 10. All 11 Cougars played and
vpaced a three-pronged Detroit time. The 76ers were never in the scored.
now faced both Michigan and Piston attack to .a 132-120 Na-' game as New York several times I* * *
Iowa St., who is expected to be tional Basketball Association vice led by 49 in the final period. 1
one of the Wolverines' strongest tory over the Phoenix Suns last Cazzie Russell led New York ashington washes-
competitors for the national title night. with 35 points, while Dick Barnett -a
Today, the gymnasts travel, to The win snapped a two-game had 25. Neither played' in the ortNe -e easyingthe
Bloomington to meet Indiana In losing streak for Detroit while fourth quarter. seod quarteran enrt on tho
what is expected to be an easy Phoenix, battling for a playoff * * pstd and ericnt
winning fie in af ow RALEIGH, NCa - Bob Berea skight A
ernnngllinnisrsaiAEIHf..icBigaraDischinger finished with 27, scored 21 of his 29 points in the The Caps had a 52-49 lead at
doka ea ae Walker 25, and Bing 21 as the second half last night to lead the half and led by as many as 15
Pistons led virtually all the way. Carolina Cougars to a 95-91 vic.. through the second half, as the
eThey had a 70-53 edge at the half tory over Los Angeles in an Amer- Bucs made several rallies which
Ia .w ie cdatnd swelled the lead to 105-90 at ican Basketball Association game, fell short.
one oflines te en of three quarters Verga's buckets brought the Rick Barry continued his hot
cope r fCougars from a three-point half scoring since recovering from a
Illini swimmers will try to make C ezie leads win time deficit to a 73-72 edge at the knee Injury and led all scorers
ortshortcomings, especial- Prend of the third period. with 27 points. Center Ira Harge
So the Peete noILADELPHIA q- The New uThe Stars eased back in the pulled down 29 rebounds for
Sprinters Cft Cramer and Bill York Knicks scored 80 points in lead 80-79 early in the fourth pe- Washington.
Matten will prdide ample compe- the first half as they buried Phil- nrod until jump shots by Verga Steve Jones had 26 for the
tition in the 50-yard freestyle, an adelphia 151-106 last 'night for returned the lead to Carolina. Bucs, who suffered through one
event that Is not among the best the Worst defeat i the 76ers' Verga, who scored the game- of their poorest shooting nights of
for Michigan, and should swim the seven - year National Basketball high total, got strong offensive the season before the largest home
100 or 200-yard event. Stager will Association history, help from Doug Moe with 17 crowd of the year, 4,554.a
enter Dave Kelley, Bill Kennedy New York's total of 151 was one _________________________________________
Bob Harmony and Tim Sullivan d shy of the most points ever scoreda
opposition. Kgahnsi theeqers 5 y er
agis .Coersa-s152rby"thehseJeet kef cn inceSpeorts' ro
Illini Tom Munch is handy In Kc7ks i1959.
both the 1000 and 500-yard dis- The Knicks zipped to an early,
tance events, Tnd will take on h TO DAYu
WSprinesCurtFraeandl rknPcBASKETBALL-at Wisconsin (2:00 p.m.-TV-ch. 4)
event thatisnxtamngftea in 7s HOCKEY-at Wisconsin (8:00 p.m.--Radio WAAM)
better insight into his secondary N B A WRESTLING-at Iowa
men, whom he believes are not up Eastern Division SWIMMING-at Illinois i
to their'potential. "We re too slow LPoot. GB GYMNASTICS-at Indiana
in the distance events. Dave Kel- NewYork' o 13 s TRACK--Michigan State Relays at East Lansing
ley and Mike Casey haven't come Baltimofe 38 4 .613 11
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t en t san d i ltr a e.t i 28 37 .431 22
"Neither Larry Day nor Rich DeCinnt 24 40 368 2714S O S G R E
Dorney have helped too much. y Lestern Division
Their potential versatility is cer- Atlanta 36 29 .554 B TA at sc
tainly been lacking." On the other Los Angeles 34 28 .548 Yt ssiio
Stager einPhoenix 29 36 .430 7 NEW YORK - Baseball Co- 000.
sie ser satintohson sm ahicago 86N.3 missioner Bowie Kuhn said Fri- McLain said he hoped the fi-
sewim m er,"trigtoswsanome San F ancsrDvi6on3WIMIG-426lini8
of his potential." s eattle 25 37 .403 G day his office is reviewing "certain nancial problems would be clear-
San Diego 19 38 .333 13 off the field activities" in 1967 of ed up as a result of a contract he
Yesterday's Results Denny McLain, the Detroit Tig- recently negotiated with M a r k
rges dropped- lautaa Angeinc. Commissioner Kuhn's state- attorney who has handled
Cincinnati at san Francisco, in . ment, read to newsmen by his clal affairs for other athletes such
Baltimore at Seattle, IncthoshArnotdyPhum.rTendPJldkphk.5
Today's Games ~ ,public relations man, did not clan- las AnlPamrndJcNik
stagt hBoston at Milwaukee, afternoon ify what he meant by "off the us.
citdPesPhiladelphia at New York field activities" except to say' there McLain recently termed McCor-
eit hedPresLssn s Fcais. at Cago was no indication these activities mack and his firm, International
Judgoe Tho do e eo n dirsmised SalFrnisoa SnDighn an way ivolved the playing of M anagement Inc., the "most co n-
ide gambling probe. Eastern Division
tment against Fritz Lindstrom of I w L Pct. GB McLain has been In financial
special federal prosecator James eAana 329 .582 trouble recently, including a coutsi
ask force to investigate organized New York 26 32 .448 18 s
SantsDirgo 19 34.35833 1 mftent fie$2,450vin esn 6 fe p sarsl f otath
ot the "type" of person we want ttsia rg weser 41 s 268 28can's,4test rfinancial woes r
)t a bookmaker, like some of the New Orleans 30 23 .570 Icame to light Friday when the De-
D~enver 31 25 .sM4 i troit Bank & Trust Co. confirm-
continues in Detroit. Yangton 29 27 .513 sending McLain'stcheers to thorwr n
Dallasrk 28,25hila2lphia 106ed strprsthat. themickTigerseandaO r o
Yesterday's Results nx2bank to pay off $13,000 left of a
Khanafin set a European indoor Carolina 95, Los Angeles 91 loan outstanding.
ie pole vault yesterday, Tass re- Washington 111, Newarleans 101 McLain Is thought to be earn-
New York Tday's Games ing $90,000 a year from the Tigers,
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Special To The Daily
MADISON - Wisconsin's third
hie composed of freshmen Lloyd
Bentley, Norm Cherrey, and Tim
Dool almost single handedly si-
lenced the Michigan icers last
night. The line accounted for
three of the four Badger goals
and was outstanding both offen-
sively and defensively during the
game which Wisconsin ultimately
won 4-2.
The first period was a dull af-
fair as neither team broke into
the scoring column. Tom Marra
was sent off for interference at
3:22 but Michigan held its ground
thanks to some fine defensive play
by Michel Jarry and Karl Bagnell
in goal.
Buck Straub got a tripping pen-
alty at 10:13 but Wisconsin's pass-
ing attack was non-existant as the
Badger power play was stopped
Despite the fact that Wisconsin
continually stormed the Michigan
goal throughout the second per-
iod, Bernie Gagnon tool a pass
from Brian Skinner and soloed in
to beat goalie Wayne Thomas at
The freshmen combination got
Wisconsin on the move at 15:15 of
the period when Cherrey popped a
rebound past Karl Bagnell to even
the game 1-1.<
Mickey Shaw was penalized at
16:01 and the Bodgers took ad-
vantage of the situation to take
the lead. Jim Young scored on a
screeh shot from the point at;
17:43. Wisconsin could have scored
more in the period but Bagnell
was superb in turning away 20,
As the third period opened Dave
Perrin took advantage of Friday]
the thirteenth by getting his thir-
teenth goal of the season to gof
along with his thirteen assists.
Perrin got the goal after 46 sec-
onds to even the game again, 2-2.t
At 6:07 Dool knocked in Cher-
rey's rebound for the winningE
In the final seconds when Mich-t
igan pulled its goalie Cherrey putr
the puck in the empty net at

Wolfpach trampled

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Unher-
alded Georgia Tech took advant-
age of a cold spell by fifth-ranked
North Carolina State last night
and handed the Wolfpack an 89-77
defeat in the opening game of the
annual North-South Doublehead-
North Carolina played Clemson
in the second game.
The Yellow Jackets jumped to
an 11-point lead at the half after
N.C. State connected on a mere
28.6 per cent of its field goal at-
Tech widened the margin to 16
after the break and then survived
a comeback attempt which s a w
the Wolfpack slice the lead to
The Yellow Jackets were able
to maintain possession long
enough to keep the Wolfpack from
mounting a successful comeback.
It was the second loss in a row
for the Wolfpack, which had won
17 of its first 18 games.
Rich Yunkus piloted Georgia
Tech with 27 points and 20 re-
bounds. Vann Williford and Paul
Coder paced N.C. State with 28
and 22 points respectively.
** *
Penn triumphs
PHILADELPHIA -- Eighth-rank-
ed Penn, hard pressed throughout
the game, rallied late in the se-
cond half and went on to beat
Y~ale 76-62 last night.
The Quakers, who have clinche'd
the Ivy League crown, managed
only a three-point lead at h a 1 f-
time and were up by only o n e
point, 44-43, with 12 minutes re-
maining in the game. But they
got hot outside shooting from
sophomores Bob Morse and Corky
Calhoun to beat back the Y a l e
The victory was the 20th, in 21

WCHA Standings

Michigan Tech
Michigan State
North Dakota
Colorado College






outings for Penn and pushed its
Ivy mark to 9-0. Calhoun and
Morse led Penn with 19 and 16
points, respectively, while J i m
Morgan hit 20 for Yale.
* * *
Jacksonville rolls
ranked Jacksonville brushed aside
some early defensive tactics by
Oklahoma City and cruised to an
easy 103-83 victory last night.
The seventh - ranked Dolphins
found the Chiefs a little tough inK
the early going, with the game
tied at 14-14, with 13:05 to go.
The Dolphins' Vaughn Wedek-
ing and Rex Morgan ignited the
Dolphine attack and Jacksonville
outscored CCU 14-4 in the next
three minutes to pull in front
Seven-two Artis Gilmore canned
27 points to lead the scoring but
CCU's Charlie Wallace had 33 for
high pointman in the game.
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Today's Games
MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
Minnesota-Duluth at Colorado
Michigan Tech at North Dakota
Michigan State at Minnesota
ties probed
petent group of people I've run in-
to in-my life."
He blamed his financial plight
on letting "my personal obliga-
tions be taken care of by another
person and he didn't take care
of them.",
In other incidents, the Inter-
nal Revenue Service placed a .$9,-
460 lien against McLain's pro-
perty in Oakland County, Mich.,
for disputed income 'taxes, and
Consumers Power Co. of Michigan:
won a $779 judgment for p a y-,
ment of back bills.

Mississippi 57, Mississippi St. 55
Boston U. 61, Catholic U. 60
Cornell 73, Harvard 75
St. Joseph's 55, Temple 54
North Carolina 110, Clemson 66
Carelton, Minn. 66, Grinnell 63
Colgate 96, Buffalo 73
Idaho St. 85, Weber St. 77
Holy Cross 69, Fairfield 54
Kentucky St. 125, Lane College 69

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