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Thursday, January 9, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pane Sevnter

Thursday, January 9, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Icers recover

after tourney

setback

By JIM FORRESTER the final twenty minutes for two exactly staunch, came up with reach Goalie Jie Keough, mo of Duluth offense for five goals. Bu
The Wolverine hockey fortunes tallies to gain the victory. The the big play when needed to break which were of the-'ong clearing offensively the club rose to the
looked bleak, to say the least the hero of the State series was Brian the spirit of the opposition. Paul variety as a desperate UMD de- occasion, scoring ten times, with
weekend before Christmas as the Slack, who scored three of Michi- Domm, defenseman and captain fense attempted to guard their Dave Perrin netting four of the
Icers dropped both of their con- gan's four goals in the two crucial of the Wolverines, came up with net, goals.
tests in Detroit's G r e a t Lakes games. most of those "big plays" and was. But the Michigan of fense pres- The Wolverines, however, wil
Hockey tournament. Examinations knueivened and named the Most Valuable Player sured Duluth the entire night for have a tough time continuing their
But after a week of reflection the Icers layed off for the follow- in the tournament, eight tallies, winning streak as they meet a
upon their poor play, the skaters ing 13 days, a vacarion from play "He (Donim) not )n'y played "We were able to press in their fine Denver team in the Colesiurr
roared through their last four that proved disastrous in t h e great," Renfrew said, "but he pro- end," said Renfrew. "This is some- this weekend for two game;.
vacation games to build a fine tournament at Detroit's Olympia. vided outstanding leadership." thing we were not able to do until Denver captured the conference
overall 7-3 record. The skaters lost a tough one to But Michigan's best hockey of now." title last year with an 11-3 record
Michigan's major problem in its Michigan Tech in the first game the young season was played this The first two Wolverine goals in conference play. Denver has a
first six outings was scoring goals, of the holiday hockey conclave past weekend before just a few were of this pressing variety. Both fine core of players returnng and
and then fell apart the next night faithful fans at the Colesium. The Randy Binnie a n d Merle Falk is a front-runner in the confer-
The giers managed only 17 tallies to be humiliated by MSU to the opposition was Minnesota-Duluth, knocked home rebounds as the ence,
while giving up as many toop tune of four goals to two, a supposedly offense minded club. Wolverines pounded the Duluth If Michigan continues to play as
by Paul Oamsby managed a n y "We played well against Tech But most of the offense was pro- goal unmercifully. they have for the past two week-
kind of sustained spark the first night, but we were not vided by the Wolverines as they The next night's game was much ends they will have less than min-
lack of hard skating and fore- at all satisfied with our p 1 a y annihilated UMD by 8-2 and 10-5 the same with the exception that or problems defeating the Rocky
A ako adsaigadfr-rscors the defense relented to the fine Mountain invad~ers.
checking, though, marked the ov- against Michigan State," stated ;ores. thdnsrunteh wMnhnDur
erall play and was the major con- Coach Al Renfrew. "The layoff th was prolte W inDs
tribution to the team's slow start. for exams hurt us," he continued, nluth was probably the Wolverines
Aftr slitingwit Wiconin n'We had only one practice ses-i finest game to date. Both the of-
After splitting with Wvisconsin in "ehdol n rciess fense and defense put out an out-x
Madison and taking a close 2-1 sion in two weeks and were very standing performance. T he de-
decision from Michigan State at stale." fense allowed only 26 shots to
the Colesium, the Icers traveled "tae understated Michigan' . .
to East Lansing to complete the play in the tournament, especially ;::::
home and home series. The VWol- against State. Sloppy and unin-
verines gave up a goal to the spired was closer to the truth. i *
ghouls of State in the first per- a But the Big Ten Tournament 3 3J
iod, a margin that looked as if it saw the emergence of an inspired ::a
might bring victory to the Spar- Michigan hockey contingent. The
tans. offense finally got off the ground
But the Wolverines roared in and exploded for fourteen goals to Co-Recreation in the I. M.
rock the rest of the Big Ten. Sports Building will begin again
The Wolverines drew a bye the Friday, January 10, 1969 from
first night of the tourney and 7:30-10:00 p.m. No charge. Ac-
then encountered the Gophers of tivities i n c I u d e Gymnastics,
R C 10 fisow the next night. The Volleyball, Swimming and Div........-. .
first two periods of play were a ing, Badminton and Trampo-
continuation of the dull play of line. For university students,
Heayyweight Drehman and 145- the games in Detroit as the Wol- Faculty, coeds, Wives,, Guests,
pounder Mike Rubin took care of verines loafed to a 4-1 deficit. and Dates.
their Illinois opponents, but lost The third period was a different * * *
to Indiana, while Jim Sanger at story as Michigan unleashed a ter- I.M. basketball officials or- . -w
152 reversed the pattern. rible (for the other team) offense ganizational meeting to be held
"Illinois and Indiana looked and notched five goals to down Monday, January 13, 1969, at
pretty good," Keen commented, the Gophers, 6-4. 7:00 p.m. in Sports Bldg. New
"but we were ready to go." He The tournament final was al- officials welcome. No experience
added that "Northwestern will be m o s t no contest as the Icers necessary. Will discuss Rules re- ,
our first big test." "iced" things early against Michi- visions and make assignments --Daily-Richard Lee
At the moment the line-up for gan State with six first period for entire schedule through The race is On
the Northwestern meet Saturday goals. The final count was 8-3. February. Good pay. Interest-
will look much like the one for the Michigan's defense, while not ing work,
Illinois and Indiana m e e t s.
"Quinn fractured his nose on the
trip," Bay explained, "and we're
not sure if he will be ready. He
was a replacement for Jesse
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Grapplers excel in holida

By PAT ATKINS vision crown, Lou Hudson narrow- Northwestern and creamed him
There's no way the Michigan ly missing a first at 130, to finish 8-0."
* wrestling team could qualify for runner-up, and senior Geoff Hen- T w o Northwestern veterans
a federal grant under the poverty son coming in fourth at 137. gave the Wolverines trouble at 160
program. . On the way to his first place and heavyweight. Otto Zeman de-
With the performance of tie finish, Cech, an Illinois state cisioned Chuck Reilly, 6-2, and
matmen n ethe Midlands Tour- ,champ irl high school, won four finished third in the 160 division.
ment and in meets against iUi- bouts to meet Jim Greiner of Mi- At heavyweight Dan Kraft, young-
nois and Indiana over the holi- ami, Ohio, in the final bout. Once er brother of Wildcat coach Ken!
days, it would be a misnomer to there he disposed of Greiner at Craft, beat P e t e Drehman 4-1.
call them overty stien.m 5:10 with a pin. Another Wildcat, Seth Norton,'
call~ ~~ ,he poet-tiex went all the way at 167.
A much more applicable sate- ' T h a t wasn't his toughest At all th a atr167.
gory would be operation head- match," says Keen. "It was At 177, Michigan's entry, cap-
start. Their schedule and condi- against Gary Bissell of Michigan tain Pete Cornell, won two match-
tioning, if nothing else, would as- State." Cech beat the two time es before losing the third on a
sure them eligibility. Big Ten runner-up 6-3 In the referee's decision.
Iur th Midl d h ld D semi-finals. Against Illinois and Indiana one
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28, the Wolverines came a w a y Hudson, runner-up in the Big
0 with a. fifth place team finish for Tens last year, also won his first
the third year in a row. A week four Midlands Tournament bouts
later, the team trounced Illinois to move into the finals against
30-3, then traveled to Blooming- Wes Caine of Northern Illinois.
ton the next day and beat Indiana He lost the match that "was close

week later, Cornell polished off
his opponents, getting Illini Tim
Kerestes on a pin at 3:04 a n d
posting Hoosier Monty McDaniel
to a 15-0 loss.
Five other Wolverines were un-
defeated in the twn dual meet

20-8.all the way" according to Ass~s- s "u'-ii"" '-"-"'
Fifth place in t h e Midlands tant Coach Rick Bay by a 6-5 Cech at 123, Hudson at 130, Hen-
Open, which included 47 different margin, son at 137, Reilly at 160, a n d
gteamsand over 500 wrestlers, al Until Henson clashed with Dan Quinn at 167 also had an unde-
though an impressive statistic, Gable of Iowa State, named out- feated weekend.
hardly implies that Michigan will standing wrestler of the *ourney ILLINOIS
be a Big Ten title shoo-in. Three this year for the third year in a 123 lbs.-Cech (M) dec. Parke, 8-3.
of the four teams that finished row, he had racked up three wins. 130 lbs.-Hudson (M) dec. Fregeau, 7-0.
ahead of the Wolverines were Big Gable, a junior and last year's 137 lbs.-Henson (M) dec. Watson, 12-5.
Ten members. - Michigan State, NCAA tournament champ, beat 145 Hb.-M. Rubin (M) pinned Dan
Ten embrs. Mihiga StteHaas, 4:06.
Iowa, and Northwestern. Henson and went on to take the 152 lbs.-Marshal! (I) dec. Sanger, 7-2.
"Michigan State ran away with title at 137. 160 lbs.-Reilly (M) dec. Wolff, 3-2.
It," says Coach Cliff Keen. "They In the consolation esemi-finals, 167 lbs.-Quinn (M) dec. Kirkpatrick,
could be the best in the nation, Henson took a 6-2 decision over 177 lbs.-Cornell (M) pinned Kerestes,
definitely in the top three.' Forty Reid Lamphere of Minnesota. But 3.04.
points behind the Spartans was in his final. match, against Ted Hwt;-Drehmann (M) pinned Pillath,
Iowa State with 62 points. Iowa Harper of the Mayor Daly Wrest- 3.27., * * *
grabbed third place with 46 points. ling Club, Henson lost the draw INDIANA
Northwestern, Michigan's home on a referee's decision. 123 lbs.-Cech (M) dec. Barnard, 18-3.
opponent this Saturday, finished At 137 Michigan also had Mike 130bs.-Hudson (M) dec. Sparks, -0.
M ~137 lbs.-Henson (M) drew Tiilton, 5-5.
fourth with 42, seven points fn Rubin. Rubin was not the Wolve- 145 lbs.-Lentz (I) dec. M. Rubin, 9-1.
front of fifth place Michigan. rine point getter at 137, but Bay 152 lbs.-Sanger (M) dec. Langille, 7-2.
Michigan's depth in the lower was enthused over the transfer 160 lbs.-Reilly (M) dec. Rohman, 10-6.
weights came through in the student's performance. "Rubin 177 ibs.-Corneli (M) dec. McDaniel, 15-0.
tournament with sophomore TimIlooked good at 137," Bay explain- Hwt.-Wtreschnig (1) dec. Drehman, 5-1.
Cech capturing the 123 pound di- ed. "He faced Jack Dunn of -- -

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Purdue At Lafayette
Ohio Stats, Missouri & Purdue At Columbus
3rd Annual U.M. Freshmen Tourn. At Ann Arbor
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