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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MSU,

2-1

Wolverines rocked, 89-76;
, Spartans roll over Western

By DOUG HELLER
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING - Frustration
was the name of the game for
Michigan's basketball team last
night.
' The Wolverines presented Tole-
do with a gift 45-38 first half lead
and were unable to recover as the
Rockets took it from there for an
89-76 victory.
A stellar performance by Lee
Lafayette led Michigan State to
an 86-70 victory in the second
f game of the doubleheader at
Jenison Field House. Lafayette led
the Spartans with 29 points and
six rebounds. It was MSU's game
all the way.
The Wolverines had a 38-37
lead with 1:35 left in the half
when close defensive play present-
ed Michigan with three consecutive
breakaways, but Michigan botched
them all and the Rockets con-
verted all three Into easy baskets
to take the lead for good.
Actually, the Wolverines repeat-
edly missed easy shots in the first
half and also committed 15 turn-
overs, but close defensive play
kept them in the game for most
of the half.
Michigan coach John Orr is not

about to take anything away from
Toledo, but he shudders at the
mention of "missed shots."
Still, the Rockets were able to
shoot 61 per cent in the first half
and 54 per cent for the game.
Wolverine assistant coach Fred
Snowden said, "Toledo had a much
better game than we had anti-
cipated. This is not the same team
that we scouted."
Orr added, "Rudy Tomjanovich
did a great job to stop their star
center (Steve Mix, who scored 12
points). But the rest of them were
able to get in for too many easy
shots. We had a lot of trouble with
John Rudley."
Only Ken Maxey, the Wolver-
ines' erstwhile invalid, was able to
put the clamps on Rudley and got
the Rockets' star in foul trouble.
Maxey,, who came' in midway
through the first half, drew the
praise of Orr.
The coach said, "His timing was
off and he threw the ball away
a lot, but he showed a lot of
hustle. You couldn't expect 'much
more from somebody who hasn't
played for two weeks."
The second half found Michigan

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
PHIL BROWN

Slack tallies twice in'M'win;
Goalie Keough sparks rally

By JIM FORRESTER
The Michigan hockey team
started their 1968-69 home season
almost disastrously last night but
came on for an exciting 2-1 vic-
tory over arch-rival Michigan

and scored all of his nine points State.

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in the first half. However, at the While the Wolverines were not
f ?. start of the second half he was feeling their oats Goalie Jim
slapped with two debatable fouls Keough kept State from feeling
' which gave him a total of four and theirs as he shut the door time
seemed to take the starch out of after time, allowing the o n 1 y
the whole team. Spartan score in the second per-
Overall. Michigan had 26 turn- iod after Michigan had gained
avers to 16 for the Rockets. They control of the game.
were consisttenly erratic in their With Keough keeping Michigan
passing for the entire game. I out of the hole, sophomore for-
How will Michigan be able to ward Brian Slack put State in it
come back today against Western: by scoring both Michigan goals.
RUDY TOMJANOVICH Michigan. Orr smiled as he said,
"I don't know how well we'll be FIRST PERIOD SCORING: None.
trying every conceivably combina- able to come back. We haven't had GEaInS: ( g 1(slasi ng) 1:1;
tion but the, Wolverines couldn't a chance to see if we could do it (boarding) 17:06.
come back. Once they were able to yet." Slack (unassisted).....
narrow the gap to six points, but Western tried to stay close to SECOND PERIOD SCORING: M-
Slack (unassisted) 19:17. MSU-Anstey
then they started to miss shots MSU in the first half of the night- ,W .,.% ..VV-VA--- -

! I
.Tourneys highlig ht
holiday mat schedule
By PAT ATKINS senior Geoff Henson. To fill '45,
When Wolverine wrestling wat- one of these two wrestlers will
4 chers return next semester, the probably move up.
Michigan matmen will have com- Jim Sanger, just edged out by
peted in two out-of-town meets Pat Lavery in the Pittsburgh
against Illinois and Indiana and meet, will compete at 152. But
a total .of four tournaments. By Lane Headrick, who saw limited
the same time last year, the team action last year will be pushing to
was just swinging into its dual replace him..
meet competition, after the holi- Two more toss-ups are at 160
day tourneys. and 167, all involving inexper-
Of the four tournaments, the ienced grapplers. Senior John Hel-
Midlands Open in LaGrange, Ill., Iner and sophomore Tom Quinn
will be the one that Michigan is will vie for 160, with senior Char-
most involved in. "We could les Reiley and transfer student
have as many as 2 wrestlers in Jess Rawls going for the other
the Midlands," assistant coach slot.
Rick Bay said. "We'll try to have Captain Pete Cornell, who rout-
1 all the varsity there. Since more ed his Panther opponent 12,0, will
Big Ten colleges enter this tour- hold down 177, while Pete Dre-
nament, it will be easier to size hman grapples at heavyweight.
up season opponents." Big Ten Between the tournaments and
title contenders like Northwestern, the first dual meet January 3
Iowa, and Michigan State, will be against Illinois there will be only
at the Midlands in full force. three organized practices. "The
Nearly 400 wrestlers, including line-ups for the dual meets will
w Olympic team members, national depend partly on the challenge
collegiate champs, and AAU rounds we have then and partly on
champions, will compete. In com- tournament performances," Bay
parison the Wilkes-Barrie Tourn- said. The day after the Illinois
ament, which some Wolverines meet, the team will go to Bloom-
will enter, is "not quite as tough ington to wrestle Indiana.
all the way through," according
to Bay.
1 Two other tournaments, which G y nasts floj
only Michigan freshmen will be v yneig aeteC WnotCi
entering, are the C. W. Post Col-
lege Tournament in Greenvale,
N.Y., and the Phoenix College i
Tournament in Phoenix, Arizona.
Although there may be as many By JIM WILE
as' 25 Michigan wrestlers at La-
Grange, for each tournament Special To The Daily
weight only one matman can be YPSILANTI - Gymnastics team
designated as a point getter. competition got underway 1a s t
The Wolverines have a tentative night as' Michigan crawled away
list of point getters, but as* Bay with an unimpressive score of
says, "It's hard to tell who's go- 153.425 as compared with 146.40
ing to be best at what weights." for Eastern Michigan and a 134.90
Scheduled to go at the tourna- for Kent State.
*ment weight division of 115
pounds is sophomore Jerry Hoddy. The action was long (world-
Out the last three weeks with an champion trampolinist, D a v e
elbow injury, Hoddy is just get- Jacobs won the first event, floor
tinyg backexercises then fell asleep on the
At 123 another sophomore, Tim sidelines, waking up an hour and
Cech, will probably start. A state a half later) as well as grueling'
champ from Skokie, Ill., Cech (unaccountable multitudes must
quickly took charge in his first hye been hurt falling off their
varsity bout last week and pin- particular apparatus =during the
ned his Pitt opponent. course of the meet).
In the 130 division, the point Probably the biggest accomp-
getter will be either junior Lou lishment of the competition aside
Hudson or senior Steve R u b i n. from its final ending, was the per-
Rubin's back, injured earlier, is formance of sophomore Rick Mc-
coming around, and should not Curdy. He led the Michigan squad
bother him by the tournament. to a sweep of the horizontal bars.
The 137 class also has two McCurdy took a third in another
wrestlers vieing for position, of the sweeps, the rings, behind
transfer student Mike Rubin and first-place winner Charlie Froem-
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again.
At one point, the Wolverines
had Maxey, Tomjanovich, Bob
Sullivan, Willie Edwards and Rick
Bloodworth playing together. Here
the game became extremely rough
and appeared to resemble foot-
ball.
Rocket coach Bob Nichols sum-
marized the game for his team
when he said, "We played hard as
a team. The defense was above
average and we got good pene-
tration for good shots."
Nichols also had high praise for
TomJanovich. He called him "a
great player who can work well
both inside and outside."
Dennis Stewart had an interest-
ing game for the Wolverines. He
began playing like a ball of fire
MICHIGAN

V(watt) :5. P
cap, but the Spartan defense, led (high-sticking)
by Lafayette and Harrison Step- 19:37. MsU--
ter, continually forced Bronco tullo (roughing
mistakes and gave MSU a 37-31
.half-time lead. The advantage' (aIRD PERi
was widened to 20 points with six M-Deeks (slash
minutes remaining in the closing teman (cross-ch
period.
Gene Ford was high for the Keough (M)
Broncos with 19 points and seven Duffet (MsU)
rebounds, but the team as a wholeS
Just couldn't handle the well- Michigan
disciplined Spartans. Michigan State

PENALTIES: M--Hanse
5:19; Marra (roughing)
Enrico (high-sticking)
m (holding) 17:09; Pat-
g) 19:37.
OD SCORING: M-Slack
inie) 16:16. PENALTIES:
hing) 4:01. MSU-Hout-
hecking) 16:16.

After the State tally, Michigan
took control of the puck again and
forced a face-off to the left of
the State net. The puck came
directly from the face-off to Slack
who put it in unassisted at 19:17
of the middle stanza.
1 "Their defense didn't go after
the puck," smiled Slack after the
game, "so I just pushed it toward
the net."
The game-winner was more of
a team effort, but the result was
still the same as Slack backhand-
ed the puck past the State goal
keeper with 'but 3:44 remaining
in the game.
Michigan seemed unable to move
themselves or the puck for the
first seven minutes of the open-
ing period as, State kept up con-
stant pressure on the Michigan
net. But All-American goalie Jim
Keough was fantastic in the first
stanza, knocking away shot after
shot.
At the seven-minute mark of
the first period, State had their
best scoring opportunity. W it h
Keough sprawled helpless on the
left side of the net the puck head-
ed straight for the right side off
the stick of Spartan Bill Enrico.
"It had me beat," said goalie
Keough, "but Phil Gross skated
back and took the puck just as it
headed for the net."
From that moment on it was
all Michigan. State became slow
and unable to move the puck.
Michigan kept constant pressure
on the State net for the rest of
the period, but was unable to
score. The Blue couldn't buy a
point as Brian Slack, Doug Gal-
braith and Barney Pashak all
missed open shots on goal.
Michigan picked up in the se-
B.

SAVES
e By Perin

10 8 11-29
16 11 6-33
ds
0 1 1-2
0 1 0-1

-Daily--Jay Otasidy
BRIAN SLACK, MICHIGAN sophomore forward winds up to shoot
in the first period of last night's game with Michigan State at
the Coliseum. Slack scored both Michigan goals as the Wolverines
defeated the Spartans, 2-1.

cond period where they left offj
in the first but were still unable
to score. State was willing to give
the Wolverines every chance, al-
thought it was to no avail.
Both Galbraith and Dave Per-
rin managed two breakaways
against the State defense but had
no luck against the fine goal-
tending of State's Richard Duf-
fet.
Finally the Spartans rallied
around their defense and manag-
ed to tally at 15:05. Bill Watt put
a hard shot on Keough who was
unable to control the rebound.
The puck came directly to Ken
Anstey who put the puck into the

right side of the net over
Keough's shoulder.
Then Slack, who wasn't, began
his heroics.
The game was a story of a
Michigan team that got stronger
as the pame progressed and a
State team that didn't seem to go
anywhere. But Wolverine coach Al
Renfrew feels State is to be reck-
oned with. "This is a much bet-
ter team than they have had in
a few years. They're tough."
And tough is what they will be
as the two teams will travel to
East Lansing tonight and the
Spartans will attempt to gain
their revenge.

Holiday Sports Schedule
BASKETBALL

Stewart
Tomjanovich
Ford
Fife
Carter
Maxey
Sullivan
Henry
Edwards
Bloodworth
totals

FG
4-li
12-20
2-8
1-2
2-7
1-3
6-10
4-U
1-2
1-2
3a-65

FT
1-1
1-2
2-2
3-3
2-4
1-2
6-8
4-0
0-0
0-0
16-22

PF
5
2
1
4
4
4
3
1
0
0
24

R
7
9
3
2
5
2
8
2
4
42

TP
9
25
6
5
6
3
18
0
2
2
76

Duke at Durham
Kentucky Invitational
Utah at Events Building
Butler at Indianapolis
Davidson at Events Building
Iowa at Events Building
Indiana at Events Building
HOCKEY
Great Lakes Tournament at Detroit
Big Ten Tournament
Minnesota (Duluth) at Coliseum
WRESTLING
Midwest Open Tournament at LaGrange,
Illinois at Champaign
Indiana at Bloomington

Dec.
Dec.-
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

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20-21
23
28
31

HOCKEY TONIGHT'

Jan. 4
Jan. 7
Dec. 20-21
Dec. 26-28
Jan. 3-4

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PRESENTS

SPORTS

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FG percentage: 46; FT percentage: 73
TOLEDO

Illinois Dec. 27-28
Jan. 3
Jan. 4

There will be an all-campus
power-lifting meet this after-
noon at 1:00 p.m. in the IM
building. The meet is open to
undergrads, grads, and faculty,
and will include competition in
the squat, bench press, and dead
lift. Five trophies will be
awarded.

EXCLUSIVELY
MICHIGAN-M.S.U. HOCKEY
BROADCAST TIME 7:55 P.M.
With KEN WILSON and JAY LEW IS

Smith
Miller
Mix
Shay
Rudley
Brisker
Murmeni

FG
7-7
7-18
5-10
2-5
9-13
6-12
0-1
totals 36-66

FT
4-5
6-7
2-4
1-5
2-3
1-4
1-4
17-32

PF
2
2
4
2
4
3
17

R
3
12
8
0
5
7
7
36

FG percentage: 54; FT percentage:

MICHIGAN
Toledo

38 -- 38
45 - 44 ---

past Eastern
lrst victory
ing and captain Rick Kenney, who
took second.
Parallel bar specialist Ron Rap-
per, although a little tight, was
able to turn in a good enough
performance to net him a first in
his event.
The meet pointed out several
of the team's weak spots as the
1969 season faces the Michigan
gymnasts. For example, side-horse
specialist Mike Gluck was bare-
ly able to take a third in his event.
Other of these specialists must be
ready to make a better showing if
the Wolverines are to capture
their tougher conference meets.
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