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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 1, 1970

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, March 1,1970

Wolverine grapplers impressive Ti-sn b
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Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS-The Michigan
wrestlers tuned up for next week's
Big Ten Championships here in
Ann Arbor next weekend with,
two surprisingly convincing wins{
against Minnesota and Mankato
State in a triangular meet yester-
.day.
The Wolverine matmen trimmed
Minnesota 23-8 and belted the In-
dians, traditionally a small college
power, 27-6.

his upper weight wrestlers down a
notch to give added strength to
the upper divisions, which have
not been one of the Wolverine's
strong points this season.
Tlierlon Harris, who has been
wrestling light at 190 all year,
fared quite well at the 177-pound
slot, nabbing two 2-0 decisions.
Jesse Rawls, who had been at 177,
dropped down to ,167 and looked
strong in garnering two decisions.1

In a move that may well be a TY BELKNAP, however pro-
preview of the Big Ten champion- vided the biggest surprise of the
ships, Wolverine mentor Cliff meet as eked out a 3-2 decision
Keen, who is retiring at the end over the Gophers' Reid Lampere.'
of this season, dropped three of Lampere was unbeaten going into

the match and he finished fourth
in the nation last year.
Keen was pleased with the
team's showing, noting that "we
are finally putting it all together.
This was was our best meet of the
year."
MICHIGAN 27, MANKATO 6
118 - Jerry Hoddy (M) dec. Bill Ross,
9-4.
126 - Jim Hagan (M) dec. Scott
Evans, 9-4.
134 - Ty Belknap (M) dec. Ken
Stockdale, 3-1.
142 - Paul Pacquin (M) dec. Dale
Richter, 6-3.
150 - Lane Headrick (M) tied Dale
Richter, 4-4.
158 - Jim Sanger (M) dec. Rick
Lee, 7-0.
167 - Jesse Rawls (M) dec. S t e v e
Johnson, 7-4.
177 - Therlon Harris (M) dec. Stan
Tesch, 2-0.
190 - Jim Thomas (M) tied B r i a n
Hage, 1-1.
Hwt. - Rick Bolhouse (M) tied Den-
nis Pierro, 2-2.
MICHIGAN 23, MINNESOTA 8
118 - Jerry Hoddy (M) dec. D a le
Putrah, 12-1.
126 - Tim Cech (M) tied Steve Hyl-
bak, 1-1.
134 - Ty Belknap (M) dec. Reid Lam-
pere, 3-2.
142 - Terry Pelcl (Minn.) dec. Paul
Pacquin, 5-0.
150 - Lane Headrick (M) dec. Jay
West, 7-3.
158 - Tom Quinn (M) dec. Jim Axtel,
2-0.
167 - Jesse Rawls (M) dec. D i c .k
Gautsch, 9-1.
177 - Therlon Harris (M) dec. Dale
Turner, 2-0.
190 - Jim Thomas (M) dec. D a n
Root, 2-1.
HWT. - Clayton Scheurer (Minn.)
dec. Rick Bolhouse, 4-I.

BO IS BACK!!!

Michigan's Norm Cornwell nip- NCAA qualifying vault by a scant
d Michigan t's NormCAAnwel ~ two inches.
ped Michigan State's NCAA Shot putters Guilie Catallo and
Schamp Bill Wehrwine in the 600 Paul Toran garnered top honors
yard dash of yesterday's Mich'ini the shot put with heaves of 49-
gan-Michigan State dual track 9 and 49-6 respectively.
meet, in a race that typified the In another episode of the Gene
fierce competition exhibited by Brown-Herb Washington battle.
the two inter-state rivals all day Washington again emerged t h e
as Michigan rolled to an 89-51 victor, setting a new meet record
in with u lnkic of d ~rnl 1

With Wehrwine leading going
into the gun lap, Cornwell put on
a tremendous burst of speed; just
managing to touch the tape be-
fore the MSU star. Both contest-
ants posted identical 1:20.4 marks
setting a new meet and Yost Field
House record.
Michigan field specialists dom-
inated their opponents, picking up
33 of the Wolverines' 89 points.
High jumper John Mann contin-
ued to exhibit consistency as he
once again cleared the bar at 6-10,
breaking the meet record of 6-5
set in 1960. In two attempts at 7',
he barely failed to clear the bar.
Teammate Warren Bechaed,
competing for the first time this
season, copped first place in the
triple jump with a leap of 45-11,
and competing out of his normal
event, took third place in the high
jump with 5-8.
Ira Russell took his usual first
in the long jump, with a jump of
44-2 and a third in the triple
jump.
Vaulter Ron Shortt turned in
the best performance as he vault-
ed 15-8 to tie the old varsity rec-
ord and set a new meet record,
eclipsing the old mark by more

wi a cloc ng oo.z secanu s.1
second better than Brown. In a
rematch in the 300 yard dash,
Brown gained a measure of re-
venge, taking first place to Wash-
ington's third.

ing, distance men Rick Storrey,
John Thornton, and Al Cornwell f
placed one, two, three respectively
in the 1000 yard run, as Storrey
set a new meet and field house
record with his 2:10.5 perform-
anace.
In the hurdling events Michi-
gan's Godfrey Murray and MSU's
John Morrison shared the honors
as Murray took fist in the lows
and second in the highs and Mor-
rison took first in the highs and
second in the lows. Spartan
Wayne Hartwick t o o k third in
both events.

. Mowing down the Green
MILE RUN - 1. Ken Popejoy (MSU), 23-4; 2. Jess Williams (MSU), 22-8%;
4:10.6; 2. Phil Pyatt (Mich), 4:14.7; 3. Eric Allen (MSU), 21-9%.
3. Tom Swan (Mich.), 4:15.3. 880-YD. RUN - 1. John Mock (MSU).
440-YD. RUN - 1. Al Henderson 1:52.8; 2. Eric Chapman (Mich.), 1:52.8;
(MSU), :49.3; 2. Greg Syphax (Mich.), 3. Paul Armstrong (Mich.), 1:52.9. (New
:49.5; 3. Lorenzo Montgomery (Mich.), Dual Meet Record).
:50.0; (New dual meet record). 300-YD. DASH - 1. Gene Brown
70-YD. HIGH HURDLES - 1. John (Mich.), :31.4; 2. Trevor Mathews
Morrison (MSU), :8.4; 2. Godfrey Mur- (Mich.); 3. Herb Washington (MSU),
ray (Mich.), :8.4; 3. Wayne Hartwick 32.0; 4. Mike Murphy (MSU), :32.1.
(MSU), :8.5; (New dual meet record). 70-YD. LOW HURDLES - 1. Godfrey
SHOT PUT - 1. Guilio Catallo Murray (Mich.), :8.0; 2. John Morrison
(Mich.), 49-9; 2. Paul Toran (Mich), (MSU), :8.0; 3. Wayne Hartwick (MSU),
49-62; 3. Dan Kulikowski (MSU). 49-6. :8.1. (Ties Meet Record).
1000-YD. RUN - 1. Rick Storrey POLE VAULT - 1. Ron Shortt
(Mich.), 2:10.5; 2. John Thornton (Mich.), 15-8; 2. Dave Ursin (iMch.),
(Mich.), 2:12.7; 3. Al Cornwell (Mich.), (Mich.), 15-8; 2. Dave Ursin (Mich.),
2:14.7; (New Dual meet and Y o s t 13-6; 3. Sig Lillevik (MSU), 13-0; (New
Fieldhouse Record). Dual Meet Record and ties varsity re-
HIGH JUMP - 1. John Mann (Mich), cord.)
6-10; 2. Gordon Bowdell (MSU), 6-0: TWO-MILE RUN - 1. Ken Howe
3. Warren Bechard (Mich.), 5-8; (New (Mich.), 9:03.5; 2. Ken Leonwicz (MSU),
Dual meet record). 9:07.1; 3. Chuck Starkey (MSU), 9:17.8.
(New Dual Meet Record.)
60-YD. DASH - 1. Herb Washington MILE RELAY - 1. Michigan (Greg
(MSU), :6.1; 2. Gene Brown (Mich.), Syphax, Trevor Mathews, John Lowe,
:6.2; 3. Sol Escpie (Mich.), :6.4. (New Lorenzo Montgomery), 3:16.7. 2. MSU,
Dual Meet Record). 3:16.8.
600-YD. DASH - 1. Norm Cornwell TRIPLE JUMP -- 1. Warren Bech-
(Mich.), 1:10.4; 2. Bill Wehrwein (MSU), ard (Mich.), 45-11; 2. Eric Allen (MqU),
1:10.4; 3. Paul Cooke (MSU), 1:12.4. 45-3; 3. Ira Russell (Mich.), 44-2.
(New dual meet). FINAL SCORE: Michigan 89; Michi-
LONG JUMP - 1. Ira Russell (Mich.),, gan St. 51.

-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
Michigan head football coach Bo Schembechler made his first
public appearance since his heart attack at yesterday's basketball
game against Wisconsin. Schembechler, who was named 'Coach
of the Year' in most polls, received a prolonged standing ovation
from the crowd.

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END UNDEFEATED

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Gymnasts subdue Iowa

CLINCH TITLE SHARE
Drake towers over Louisville

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Special To The Dailyp
The Michigan gymnasts col-p
pleted their third consecutive un-
defeated season with a 160.87 to
159.19 victory over the Hawkeyes 2
of Iowa. This victory marked thea
thirty-second consecutive dualb
meet which. the Wolverines have
captured.
The first event of the afternoon
was vaulting, and Michigan com-
peted without the services of
George Huntzicker, who has been i
averaging over nine points in this s
event this year. Huntzicker was9
not able to participate in the meet
due to the fact that he was per-
forming in the World Trampoline
Trials which are being held in
New Orleans.
In the vaulting competition,
Michigan was outclassed 26.32 to
25.99. Ray Gura scored 8.76 to
lead the Wolverines in that event,
while Iowa had two Men w h o
scored over nine points.
"It was the work of Ron Rap-
per and Sid Jensen, both who had
great days, that pulled us through
to victory," Coach Newt Loken
commented. Indeed this was true
for Jensen averaged 8.87 in all
the six events and captain Rapper
VAULTING - 1. Scorza (I) 9:13; 2.
Flotten (I) 9:03; 3. McCurdy (M), 8.86.
FLOOR EXERCISES - 1. Flotten (1)
9.2; 2. Jensen (M) 9.1; 3. Mackie (M)
8.85.
SIDE HORSE - 1. Liehr (I) 9.5; 2.
Kaziny (M) 9.3; 3. Citron (1) 9.1.
RINGS - 1 Repp (I) 9.1; 2. Jensen
(M) and Frowlick (M), tie, 9.0.
PARALLEL BARS - 1. Rapper (M)
9.5; 2. Scorza (I) 9.2; 3. Jensen (M)
9.1.
HIGH BAR - 1. Farnum (I) 9.35; 2.
Jensen (M) 9.2; 3. Howard (M) 9.05.
ALL-AROUND - 1. Jensen (M)
53.25; 2. Scorza (I) 52.43; 3. McCurdy
(M) 51.41.
TEAM.TOTALS: Michigan 160.87;
Illinois 159.19.

once again gave an outstanding McCurdy had a disappointing 8.30
performance on the parallel bars in this event.
with a 9.50 score. Once again, Michigan lost out
Michigan's biggest score was ithedspotutha yasivenhed
27.2 boh intheparalelbars much difficulty all year, the side
7.25 both in the parallel re horse Iowa scored 27.50 to the
and the high bar. In the former, mediocre 26.40 by the Wolverines.
besides Rapper's fine 9.50 show- The one bright spot in this event
ing, Jensen finished with a 9.1 and was a 9.30 score by Dick Kaziny.
Murray Plotkin had an 8.65. Although this was a relatively
In the high bars, three of the poor showing by the Wolverines,
four Wolverine competitors fin- the win did give them a perfect
ished with nine-plus scores; Jen- 7-0 record to finish in first place
sen with 9.20, Ed Howard with in the Big Ten, ahead of Illinois
9,05 and Ted Martin with 9.00. (6-1) and Iowa (5-2).

By The Associated Press
LOUISVILLE - Drake won a
share of the Missouri Valley Con-
ference basketball title- yesterday
by overcoming a stubborn Louis-
ville defense 79-73.
The Bulldogs, in winning their
first victory on Louisville's home
court, were led once again by their
towering center Jeff Halliburton,
who poured through 27 points.
Mike Grosso, playing his last
home game for the Cardinals,
turned in a 28-point performance
before leaving in the final four
seconds.
The teams were tied 39-39 at
the half, but Drake took a one-
point edge when Bobby Jones
sank a free throw on a technical
foul called against Louisville
Coach John Dromo -as the first
period ended.
From that point on Drake went
ahead as Louisville was unable
to stop Halliburton's deadly ac-
curacy from , far out on the floor.
Tom Bush contributed 16 points
for the Bulldogs, whose conference
record is 13-2 with one game re-
maining. Louisville, going into
Saturday's game, had been in sec-
ond place with a record of 10-2.

Wildcats roll on
LEXINGTON, Ky - Kentucky
threw away a 17-point lead yester-
day afternoon before downing
pesky Vanderbilt 90-86 in a
Southeastern Conference basket-
ball game.
Except for a first-half flash, the
No. 1 Wildcats played sloppily,
perhaps because they already have
the SEC trophy locked up.
Dan Issel led all scorers with
31 points, and Tom Parker added
21 for Kentucky.
Perry Wallace paced Vander-
bilt with 25. Thorpe Weber added
19, Tom Arnholt 18 and Jimmy,
Conn 10.
The victory was Kentucky's 23rd
in 24 starts and gave the Wildcats
a 15-1 SEC record. Vanderbilt
now is 11-13 over all and 7-9 in
the conference.
* * *
Cadets trip Middies
WEST POINT - Army, with an
eye on the National Invitation
Tournament, destroyed Navy 80-56
yesterday as Jim Oxley scored a
career high 24 points in his final
home college basketball game.
The Cadets, 19-5, had little

trouble dealing the outmanned
Midshipmen their 19th defeat in
23 decisions. Army scored the first
eight points, four by Oxley, and
then reeled off eight more, with ii
Oxley again scoring four, after
Navy pulled within 13-11. The
lead grew to 40-19 by halftime and
Navy never threatened again.
Doug Clevenger added 18 points
and Max Miller 10 for the Cadets
while Jack Conrad had 20 and
Scott Semko 12 for Navy.
* * *
DePaul defrocked
CHICAGO - Howard Porter,
hitting 18 of his 27 points in the
second half, fired tournament-
bound VillanovA to a 102-90 bas-
ketball victory over DePaul yes-
terday.
Villanova, 19-6 for the season
and headed for the NCAA Tour-
ney, topped the 100-point mark
for the sixth time this season.
Trailing at the half 47-43, De-
Paul tied the score 51-51. Then
Porter made three straight jump
shots and Clarence Smith added a
basket to put the Wildcats com-
fortably in front.
DePaul moved to 86-81 with
four minutes left but Porter and
Chris Ford combined to boost Vil-
lanova to a 96-84 bulge.
Rice cops crown
HOUSTON - Rice clinched a
tie for the Southwest Conference
basketball title yesterday by de-
feating Texas Christian 82-73,
surviving a second-half scare.
The Owls blew a 12-point lead
midway in the second half but
regained their poise and won going
away to boost their conference
mark to 10-3 and their season to
14-9 with one game remaining.

-Daily-Richard Lee
Sid Jensen doing his thing

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MS-PhD GRADUATES

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Banks' life threatened;
Baseball players to strike???
By The Associated Press
*SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Chicago Cub baseball star Ernie Banks
was in seclusion yesterday following a telephone call threat on his
life.
Banks was whisked off the practice field Friday, cancelled a
speaking engagement Friday night and was not expected to engage
in workouts today following the threat.
FBI agents here and in Chicago were investigating the matter.
Pitching Coach Joe Becker answered the call and when the op-
erator identified the caller as Larry Jackson, retired former Cub
pitcher, Becker accepted the call.
The caller told Becker, who immediately knew it was not Jack-
son, that "I've got a gun and I intend to use it on Banks."
OMIAMI - The threat of a players' strike looms for the 1970
baseball season after major leaguers ignored a save-baseball pitch
from Commissioner Bowie Kuhn and turned down a basic contract
from owners.
Despite Kuhn's plea Friday for "the need for good publicity,"
representatives of the 24 clubs rejected a written contract submitted
by the owners.
Marvin Miller, executive director of the Major League Baseball
Players Association, said "There will be a problem" concerning sch-
eduled season openers if no agreement is reached before the old con-
tract expires April 5.
A game in each of the National and American leagues is schedul-
ed for April 6.
* * *
*NEW YORK - The New York Rangers have sent rookie Juha
Widing and veteran Real Lomieux to the Los Angeles Kings in a Na-
tional Hockey League trade for veteran left wing Ted Irvine.
Irvine, 25, played in 58 games for the Kings this year. He scored
11 goals and had 12 assists.

Robinson
named coach

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NORMAL, Ill. (A) - Will Rob-
inson, who made a habit of de-
veloping basketball stars at De-
troit Pershing High Schools,
has been named head coach "at
Illinois State University.
In 1967, Robinson led Pershing
to the state title with much help
from Spencer Haywood, R a l p h 4
Simpson, and John Lockard.
Haywood is now a leading scor-
er in the American Basketball As-
sociation after joining the Denver
team from the University of De-
troit, where he established several
scoring records during his one
year on the team.
Simpson is a sophomore at
Michigan State and one of t he
top scorers on the Spartan basket-
ball team.
Lockard Just finished his fresh-
man season at Michigan where he
lead the Wolverine frosh in re-
bounding and was the number
three scorer.

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