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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 19, 1969

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Spartan surge stuns Wildcats;
Hawkeyes massacre Gophers
By The Associated Press
EVAN STON,1.-Lee Lafayette
hit a career high of 33 points last f.
night to lead Michigan State to
an 89-75 victory over Northwest-y
ern in a Big Ten basketball re-
venge game.
Earlier in the season, the Spar-
tans suffered an 85-71 loss on
their home -court to Northwestern
which dropped its third game in:
four conference shots.
Michigan State, boosting its
record to 2-2, held a 42-40 half-:
time lead. Northwestern took toe f

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BULLETIN
Michigan's jeers fell behind
4-1 at the end of the first per-
iod and were not able to re-
cover as Colorado College went
on to win the WCHA contest,
5-4. The loss puts the Wolver-
ines in second place behind
North Dakota which defeated
Michigan Tech last night, 6-5.
lead three times. in the second
half before Michigan State blew
ahead to say at 70-69 on a basket
by Lafayette.
Lafayette and Rudy Benjamin
then hit consistently as the Spar-
tans added to their lead and were
ahead 82-71 with 2:32 to play.
Dale Kelley led Northwestern
with 21 points and Benjamin was
second high for Michigan State
with 17.
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IOWA CITY - Iowa used the
hot outside shooting of forward

Matmen
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY - Michigan came
out to Iowa City expecting to
wrestle, but they hadn't counted
on three dual meets in one after-
noon.
The team knew they had to
wrestle Iowa, and possibly Minne-
sota, but not Northwestern. As it
was. Michigan lost to Iowa 22-8,
then bounced back to beat Minne-
sota 15-12 and Northwestern >
15-14.
"We came out not expecting to r
wrestle Northwestern again, but
there was some misunderstand- ,
ing," Wolverine assistant coach
Rick Bay said after the meets.
"All the other coaches expected
to wrestle a triple dual."
In the three meets, Michigan's
strength in the lower weights
came through, but they were
again hampered by problems in
the upper weights. In the Iowa
meet, the Wolverines didn't cap- <
ture a bout above 137, with only
Pete Cornell able to stay with his
opponent for a draw.
However Bay says that, "We
can beat Iowa; we just didn't 4
wrestle very well." The Iowa loss
stopped their four game win
streak.
Tim Cech kept his undefeated'
season going by decisioning Tom'
Bentz, -6-1. Later in the day, he Bu
took out his Gopher opponent, by its o
Frank Nichols at 123, 8-6. He went arm wr
on to beat Ed Iumas of North- training
western, 2-0, to 'preserve his per- York on
fect season. When sophomore Cech
faced Dumas last week, he pinned r
him.
Against Iowa, 130 pound Lou Headrick
Hudson was the only other Wol- Yahn, 8-6
verine to wrestle and win. Mike ing to Jo
Rubin lost a tough one, 4-3, to Tom C
Hawkeye Joe Carstensen. againstT
The next two matches in that Norton la
meet were both close, with Lane n't put h

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-Associated Press
IOWA'S BEN McGILMER out muscles Minnesota's Larry Over-
skei in yesterday's game at the Iowa Fieldhouse. McGilmer scored
30 points and led the Hawkeyes to their third straight Big Ten
victory, 89-78. Michigan travels to Iowa on February 15, for their
conference rematch.

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Ben McGilmer to breeze past
Minnesota 89-68 for the Hawk-
eyes' third straight Big Ten
basketball victory yesterday.
;owa scored 'the first eight
pdints in the regionally televised
game, added a 12-point burst
midway through the first half and
was not seriously challenged af-
ter that. The Hawks led 40-27
at halftime.
McGilmer, a 6-7 ex-soldier,
wound up with 30, points as Iowa
stayed in the thick of the Big
Ten race by improving its con-
ference record to 3-1. Minnesota
dropped to 1-3 in Big Ten com-
petition.
Iowa,- the fifth highest scoring
team in the nation, combined a
tough defense with its potent of-
fense to dominate Minnesota. The
Gophers made 20 turnovers and
j were outrebounded 40-32.

Iowa Coach Ralph Miller sub-
stituted freely after the Hawks
had built a 74-53 lead with six
and a half minutes left in the
game.
Guard Al Nuness topped Mm-
nesota scoring with 17 points.
Center Larry Mikan, the Gophers'
scoring leader, was held to 14.
Iowa now has a 9-4 season re-
cord, and Minnesota is 7-7.
Thus, with this much of the
Big Ten basketball season in the
books, it appears as if several
dominant patterns are emerging.j
Big Ten, Standings

-Associated Press
Big men grapple
ster Mathis, the pride of Grand Rapids, Michigan, which
wn admission is the "cultural center of western Michigan,"
estles with Matt Snell of the New York Jets. Buster is in
g for his upcoming fight against George Chuvalo in New
n Feb. 3. Mathis is proving coherently that there is still
or the big man in boxing.
narrowly losing to Don I together again and lost to Steve
6, and. Jim Sanger bow- I De Vries, 3-1. In the Northwest-
hn Irgine, 12-9. ern match, he met Norton again,
Q u i n n, who wrestled but lost 6-2.
Midlands champ Seth "Quinn had a broken nose and
st week and won, could- had to wear a mask again," Bay
is winning combination said. "He was flat.",

At 177 Pete Cornell faced Ver-
lyn Strellner, whom he had beat-
en three times before. He had the
lead going into the final inintc',
but got taken down and had to
settle for a 4-4 draw.
Since Michigan was mius a
heavyweight due to Pete Dareh-
man's departure, and a win in
heavyweight would have left themn
six points behind anyway. they
forfeited the weight.
Oklahoma went on to beat both
Northwestern and Minnesota, to
bring their season record to 11-0.
Minnesota made a valiant at-
tempt to beat the Wolverines in
the second dual meet, taking 152.
160, and 167, to move ahead of
Michigan 12-9. But Jesse Rawls
romped over Steve Dodson, 8-1. to
square the score.
Then Pete Cornell dramatically
pulled the victory out for Michi-
gan by beating 230 pound Dick
Enderle 7-3. The win is all the
more astounding in view of the
fact that Cornell had been sick all
week and that he was outweighed
by 50 pounds.
The bout win gave Michigan
three more points and the vic-
tory, 15-12.
By the third meet Michigan
wrestlers would have a good ex-
cuse for tiring. But they squeaked
past the Wildcats 15-14, without
even being represented in the
heavyweight class. "Our best
match was against Northwestern,"
commented Bay.
As in last week's meet against
Northwestern Michigan swept the
lower three weights to take a
9-0 lead. They lost the next two,
and Northwestern moved within
three points.
But Chuck Reilly, who lost to
Roger Zeman the last time the
two met, beat Zeman,. 5-2. Quinn,
at 167, was downed by Norton,
123 - Cech, M, dec. Bentz, Iowa, 6-1.
130 - Hudson, M, dec. Machacek, Iowa,
6-2
"37 Carsteisen, Iowa, dec. Mike Ru-
bin, M, 4-3
145 - Yahn, Iowa, dec. Headrick, M, 8-6
152 - Irvine, Iowa, dec. Sanger, M, 12-
9
160 - Mihal, Iowa, dec. Reilly, M, 4-0
167 De Vries, Iowa, dec. Quinn, M,
3-1
177 - Cornell, M, drew Strellner, Iowa,
4-4
Hwt. - Sterns, Iowa, forfeit - No
Mich. contestant
MINNESOTA
123 - Cech. M,, dec. Nichols, Minn,, 8-6
130 - Lamphere, Minn., dec. Steve Ru-

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LEXINGTON, Va. - Dave
Moser's jump shot from the key
whipped, through the net at the
f i n a 1 gun yesterday, giving
fourth-ranked Davidson a 66-64
basketball victory over Virginia
Military Institute.
Moser's shot enabled the Wild-
cats to withstand an amazing
performance by the Keydets, now
10-time losers.
Once 12 points in front, David-
son still led by eight when VMI
staged a desperate charge in the
last 80 seconds. Two goals by
Denny Clark and a pair by John
Mitchell, the last following a steal
by Clark, pulled VMI into a 64-64
tie with 14 seconds remaining.

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - A
13-point cushion helped North
Carolina's basketball team with-
stand a Wake Forest stretch drive
yesterday and the Tar Heels nip-
ped the Deacons .94-89 for their
fifth straight Atlantic Coast 'Con-
ference victory.
The V ctory was the sixth
straight for the nation's No. 2
team since its loss to St. John's
in New York and gave North
Carolina a 13-1 over-all record go-
ing into a two-week midyear exam
layoff.I
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-Dan Issel
led a rally in the waning moments

NATIONAL ROUNDUP
Davidson survives YMI rally, 66-64

LOU HUDSON
and Northwestern closed theĀ° gap
to three again.
Jesse Rawls took the pressure
off and sewed up the meet by
trouncing Charles Arnold 11-2.
With a win assured, Michigan
again forfeited the heavyweight
slot, and ended with a 15-14 vic-
tory.
"'Our performance for the day
was not up to par," Bay stated.
a competition shouldn.'t be as
tough in tle ntxt couple of
weeks."
The grapplers will face Purdue
on January 25 in Lafayette and
Ohio State, Prudue, and Missouri
a week after that.
145 - Headrick, M, dec. Pelco, Minn.,
3-1
152 - Sworsky, Minn., dec. Sanger, M,
11-3
160 - Axtel, Minn., dec. Reilly, M, 2-1
167 - Mass, Minn., dec. Quinn, M, 1-0
177 - Rawls, M, dec. Dodson, Minn.,
8-1
Hwt - Cornell, M, dec. Enderlye,
Minn., 7-3
NORTHWESTERN
123 -- Cech, M, dec. Dumas, NW, 2-0
130 - Hudson, M, dec. Moss, NW, 10-0
137 - Mike Rubin, M, dec. Dunn, NW,
11-0
145 - Buttrey, NW, dec. Headrick, M,
10-3
152 - Laursen, NW, dec. Sanger, 8-1
160 - Reilly, M, dec. Zeman, NW, 5-2
167 - Norton, NW, dec. Quinn, M, 6-2
177 - Rawls, M, dec. Arnold, NW, 11-2
Hwt. - Craft, NW, forfeit - No Mich.
contestant.

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of the game that gave fifth-rank-
ed Kentucky a 69-66 victory over
Tennessee yesterday.
With the score tied 58-58 and
four minutes to play, Issel scored
six successive points to propel the
Wildcats to their fifth straight
Southeastern Conference triumph
of the season.

SNACKS

JAMAICA, N.Y. - Sixth-ranked bin, M, 12-6
St. John's University walloped 137 - Henson, M, dec. Bergerud, Minn.,
West Virginia 91-62 yesterday in 7
the ECAC television basketball
game of the week. SC(
The Redmen, in boosting their

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Yesterday's Results
MICHIGAN 85, Ohio State 98
Michigan State 89,
Northwestern 75
Iowa 89, Minnesota 68

record to 12-2, shot 55 per cent
from the floor in the opening half
and walked off the floor at the
intermission with a 45-17 advant-

age.

LINGI

Penn State 65, Pittsburgh 50
Aquinas 85, Grand Valley 76
Missouri 74, Iowa State 58
Dayton 86, DePaul 83
Southern Methodist 101, Rice 80
Utah 79, Wyoming 77
Boston U. 85, Massachusetts 71
Georgia Tech 67, Mercer 59
Florida 110, Furman 65
Detroit 98, Xavier, Ohio 84
Kansas 73, Kansas State 67
Williams 77, Union 63
Citadel 97, Wilmington 84
Florida State 99, Tulane 90
Babson 89, Nasson 86

)RES
Albion 91, Adrian 90
Oakland 77, Hillsdale 74
Knox 80, Monmouth 79

NBA
Chicago 107, San Diego 102, overtime Y
Boston 111, Seattle 97
New York 117, Milwaukee 109
NHL
New York 2, St. Louis 2
Boston 5, Philadelphia 3
Detroit 1, Toronto 1
Montreal 3, Chicago 1

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