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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday Fehnirv 22.1970

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By TERRI FOUCHEY
and BILL ALTERMAN
Led by Don Thompson's
goals, the Michigan State
tans whomped the Wolverine
7-1 before a packed house a
Coliseum last night.
By the end of the first p
the Spartans had a 4-0 lead
were never seriously threa
afterwards. Thompson, who
two of his goals in the first p
commented after the game, "
igan's defense was very wea
our penalty-killers and goalk
won it for us."
Michigan's chief offensive1
lem seemed to be their pa
Time and time again an e
Wolverine pass would be p
off by an alert Spartan. In
three of the Spartans' goals t
as passes stolen from the
verines.
The game started off with
Hastings in goal for Mich
However it soon became ev
that he was not in top form
Coach Al Renfrew substi
Karl Bagnell in the second p
Hastings gave up Thomp
first goal with only 1:19 go:
the game when he allowed
Spartans' center's slap shot tc
out of his glove.
in the next few minutes
added two more goals, each

ife ess
Michigan being a man short.
State's second goal was scored by
five Dave Roberts at 3:53 on a slap
Spar- shot just inside the blue line.
icers, When Paul Gamsby attempted
t the to clear the puck from inside his
own blue line, Mike DeMarco in-
3eriod tercepted the pass and gave to
d and Pat Russo who scored the third
tened goal on a shot from the blue line
got which went over Hastings' left
eriod, shoulder.
Mich- Tovward the end of the period
k but Thompson scored his second goal
:eeper when the Spartans again took
advantage of the Wolverines' in-
prob- ability to clear the puck. Bob Pat-
ssing. tullo picked the puck up in the
rrant corner and passed to Bill Fifield
icked who took a shot which Thompson,
fact standing in front of the goal push-
began ed in on the rebound. This put the
Wol- Spartans ahead 4-0 and as Ren-
frew later admitted, "When they
Doug get the jump on you like that,
iigan. catching up is really tough."
ident
and Michigan's defense with the ad-
tuted dition of Bagnell improved some-
eriod. what in the second period as they

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only allowed one goal (Thompson's
third). However their offense
continued to sputter. Though they
frequently had a man advantage,
the power play could not get the
puck- near the goal as the Spar-
tans continued to pick off numer-
ous errant passes.
Though the game was quieter
than Friday night's brawling,
tempers did boil over midway into
the final period. Dave Roberts
was attempting to stickhandle
past Don Heyliger who highsticked
him. Doberts dropped his gloves
and proceeded to pound away on
Heliger while he was down. Don's
brother, Doug came to his rescue
and attempted to pull off of his
brother's back. Roberts was given
a game misconduct for his actions
and both Heyligers received two
minute penalties.
Michigan's i lone goal of the
night was scored by Bernie Gag-
non with 5:04 in the game. Gag-
non took the puck straight up the
middle and slapped it by Spartan
goalie Dick Duffet.;

OSU CLIPPED:

Hawkeyes climb to 10-0

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Iowa's
hurying Hawkeyes moved a step
closer to the Big Ten Conference
basketball title last night, pinning
a 97-89 defeat on Ohio State.
Iowa, the unbeaten league lead-
er with a 10-0 conference record,
swpet to its 12th straight victory
behind John Johnson's 38 points
and 13 rebounds. Iowa is 15-4 for
all games.
The defat, Ohio State's fourth
against six Big Ten wins, prac-
tically killed the Buckeye's title

hopes. Ohio State is 15-5 for all
games.
Jim Cleamons drilled in 31
points for Ohio State, 21 of them
in the second half. Dave Sorenson
had 23 and Jody Finney 21 for
the Buckeyes.
The Hawkeyes, punishing Ohio
State on the boards 50-33, moved
to a 10-point lead late in the first
half and were on top 46-38 at
halftime. They moved to a 73-58
lead with just under 11 minutes
to go.

Badgers bounced
EVANSTON, Ill. -- Northwesterr
blew an early 12-point lead last
night but roared back for an 82-75
victory over Wisconsin in a Big
Ten basketball game.
Leading by 12 points in the
early going, Northwestern had to
settle for a 41-39 halftime lead.
Wisconsin battled back to a
69-69 . tie and then took a 70-69
lead onl yto have Northwestern
shoot to a 78-70 advantage.
Clarence Sherrod paced Wiscon-
sin with 28 points while Dale
Kelley paced Northwestern with
20 points. Five other Northwesteril
players scored in double figures.
. Big Ten
ti Standings

Kentucky belts, LS U,
but Pete guns in 64,

More Green Meanies!

MSU's Pat Russo nets another

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ANN ARBOR'S MOST ECONOMICAL & EASY

First Period. SCORING:, 1. MSU,
Thompson (Pattullo) 1:19; 2. MSU, Ro-
berts (Thompson) 3.53; 3. MSU, Russo
(M. DeMarco) 6:04; 4. MSU, Thompson
(Pattullo) 16:05 (Fifield). PENALTIES:
1. H, Marra (boarding) 3:35; 2. M,
Shaw (slashing) 5:55 3. MSU, Roberts
(charging) 6:21; 4. MSU, Price (elbow-
ing), 9:47; 5. M, Deeks (charging) 11:26;
6. MSU, Swanson (high sticking) 17:21;
7. M, Gamsby (high sticking) 19:44; 8.
MSU, Michelutti (high sticking).
Second Period. SCORING: 5. MSU,
Thompson (Pattullo) 16:16. PENALTIES:
9. M, Perrin (tripping) :40; 10. MSU,
Robers (striking) 10 minute miscon-
duct, :42; 11. MSU, R. Olson (charg-
ing) 9:56; 12. MSU, Price (holding)
11:22; 13." M, Perrin (llegal check)
12:37; 14. M, Shaw (high sticking) 15:30;

15. MSU, Fifield (illegal check) 15:58;
16. M, Gamsby (interference) 16:16; 17.
MSU, R. Olson (tripping) 18:28.
Third Period.° SCORING: 6. MSU,
Thompson(M. DeMarco) 1:15; 7. MSU,
Thompson (un.) 6:26; 8. M, Gagnon
14:56 (Straub). PENALTIES: 18. MSU,
Roberts (fighting, game misconduct)
8:33; 19. M, Don Heyliger (high stick-
ing) 8:33; 20. M. Doug Heyliger (inter-
ference) 8:33; 21. MSU, J. DeMarco
(crosschecking) 14:32; 22. MSU, J. De-
Marco (roughing) 14:32; 23. M, Shaw,
(roughing) 14:32; 24. M, Straub (hold-'
ing) 15:58; 25. MSU, Price (holding)
17:34; 26. M, Slack (tripping) 18:58.
Score by Periods:-
Michigan State 4 1 2-7
Michigan 0 0 1-1

By The Associated Press
BATON ROUGE - Pete Mara-
vich, the nation's leading college
scorer, outpointed Dan Issel in a
shootout of All Americans but
second-ranked Kentucky whipped
Louisiana State 121-105 here yes-
terday afternoon.
Maravich netted 64 points to
Issel's 51 in the game played be-
fore a national television audience.
LSU stayed close to the Wild-
cats in the first half. Kentucky
led at the half 56-48. The Tigers
closed the gap to within two points
in the second half-78-76 with
10:10 remaining - but the Wild-
cats spurted out of range and won
going away.
With the victory, Kentucky
strengthned its SEC lead with a

13-1 league record; they are 21-1
overall.
The loss was ISU's fourth in
14 SEC games, and the seventh
in 24 starts this season; it virtually
knocked them out of the running
for the league championship.
* . * * .
Titans thumbed
DETROIT - Junior guard Dean
Meminger scored 34 points, 21 of
them in the first half, as Mar-
quette's basketball team overpow-
ered Detroit 80-60 yesterday.
Meminger, who went into the
game with an 18-point average,
get good screens from his team-
mates as he scored most of his
points on set shots.

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Yesterday's Results
MICHIGAN 95, Minnesota 87
Iowa 97, Ohio State 89
Northwestern 82, Wisconsin 75
Purdue 88, Illinois 81
Mich. State 78, Indiana 66

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Oklahoma 75, Iowa State 73
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St. Peter's 96, Marshall 80
Denver 85, Air Force 84, o.t.
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Kent State 85, Western Michigan 82
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Florida 87, Mississippi State 70
Florida State 97, Georgia Tech 80
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Miami, Ohio 66, Xavier 59
Richmond 78, William & Mary 60
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By ROD ROBERTS
Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - Michigan's swim
team survived Ohio State's home
pool advantage yesterday after-
noon closing out their dual meet
season with a 69-54 victory over
the Buckeyes. Wolverine Coach
Gus Stager reiterated, "I've always
said that Ohio State has had a
ten point advantage when we
swim them down here."
The Wolverines weren't able to
grab the lead for good until the
seventh event-the 200-yard but-
terfly. Freshman Larry Day spurt-
ed to an early 'lead with the aid
Buckeyes drubbed
400-YARD MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
MICHIGAN (McCarthy, Mahoney, Mac-
Donald, Sullivan); 2. Ohio State. Time
- 3:35.4.1
1000-YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Harri-
son (OSU); 2. Norlin (M); 3. Finney
(M). Time - 10:20.2.
1-METERyDIVING - 1. Skilen
(OSU); 2. Rydze (M); 3. dagnet (M).
Points - 269.75.
200-YARD FREESTYLE. - 1. Bello
(M);2. Catt (OSU); 3. McCullough
(M). Time- 1:45.4. (Ties pool record).
50-YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Ehrke
(OSU); 2.(tie)Harmony (M) and Jack-
man (OSU). Time - :22.0.
200-YARDs INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. (tie) Kinkead (M) and Schmidt
(OSU); 3. Peterson (M).Time -1:58.3.
3-METER DIVING - 1. Skillen
(OSU); 2. Gagnet (M); 3. Rydze (M).
Points - 300.25.
200-YARD BUTTERFLY - 1. Day
(M); 2. MacDonald (M); 3. Townsend
(OSU). Time - 1:57.9.
100-YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Bello
(M); 2. Catt (OSU); 3. Baehren (OSU).
Time - :47.6.
200-YARD BACKSTROKE - 1. Slev-
in (OSU); 2. Peterson (M); 3. McCarthy
(M). Time - 2:00.7.
500-YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Kinkead
(M); 2. Harrison (OSU); 3. Schmidt
(OSU). Time - 4:57.1.
200-YARD BREASTSTROKE - 1. Ma-
honey (M); 2. Grunau (OSU); 3. Clark
(M). Time - 2:14.4.
400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
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home to win in 1:57.9, followed
by teammate Byron McDonald.
Victory wasn't certain, however,
until the next-to-last event when
junior Bill Mahony took the 200-
yard breaststroke in his best time
of the season in 2:14.4.
Stager admitted, "I was shaking
through most, of the meet" The
Wolverines got off to a slow start,
as the Buckeyes captured the first
two events. Lonny Harrison, Ohio
State's only entry in the 1000-
yard freestyle, won easily, as Mich-
igan freshman Tim Norlen faltered
to a distant second.
The Wolverine medley relay
team, normally favored in the
event, was challenged to the limit
by a stacked Ohio State entry.
Michigan was judged the winner,
while both relays were timed in an
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Senior Juan Bello, who just re-
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Games; tied a pool record of 1:54.4
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but the Wolverines had to settle
for two points in the 50 free, from
a tie for second place.
The 200-yard individual medley
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couldn't determine a winner be-'
tween"Buckeye'George Schmidt
and Michigan Captain Gary Kink-
ead, as both bettered the existing
pool record.
Badgeirs nrip'
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Special To The Daily
MApISON -- Michigan track-
men saw their 21 dual meet win-
ning streak broken yesterday af-
ternoon by a powerful Wisconsin
squad, as the Wolverines dropped
their first dual meet of the sea-
son 91-48. The loss was the first
ever in a dual meet with the de-
fending Big Tan champion Bad-
gers, and provided a major blow
to the Wolverines' Big Ten champ-
ionship aspirations.
High jumper John Mann, dis-
tance man Ken How and sprint-
er Gene Brown provided the Wol-
verines with their only three in-
dividual firsts of the afternoon.
Mann continued to display good
form as he cleared the bar at
6'10" for the third time this sea-
son, a mere quarter inch off his/
best. How turned in his best per-
formance of his career with a
8:59.8 clocking in the two mile,
coming from behind in the last
lap to win by fifteen yards.

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