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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 2, 1969

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Gymnasts, Wrestlers
Wolverines outscore Gophers,
but final score is 'disappointing'

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Special to the Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Eating steak'
three times a day, every day can
eventually get boring.
Competing in gymnastics meets
every week which are virtually
decided before the meet begins
also can get boring.
Michigan's b o r e d gymnasts
floundered to a 185.9-174.26 kill-
ing over a Minnesota team which
came the closest of any team this
season to beating them.
The Gophers proved to be gen-
erally impotent and were only ablea
to take a first place in one event,
vaulting, and that was a tie.;
Michigan, as usual, dominated
competition by sweeping two
events, rings and high bar.
But the margin of victory did
not satisfy the Wolverines. Coach
Newt Loken admitted, "The team
was disappointed. We should have,
improved over our last meet
(189.0) or at least have scored as;
well."
One of the problems which
faced the gymnasts was theE
equipment. "While I won't say
their equipment was poor," com-
STATISTICS
FLOOR EXERCISE - 1. Huntzickerl
(M), 9.0; 2. Howell (Minn.), 8.9; 3.]
Jensen (M), 8.8; 4. Peterson (Minn.),
8.6.c
SIDE HORSE - 1. Gluck (M), 9.15;
2. Linder (Minn.), 9.05; 3. tie, DeBoo
M) and Hennessey (Minn.), 8.6.
RINGS - 1. Froeming (M), 9.35; 2.
Ken"""<(M), 9.00; 3. tie, Jensen (M)
and Kueffer (Minn.), 8.9.I
TRAMPOLINE - 1. Jacobs (M), 9.5;
2. Huntzicker (M), 9.1; 3. PetersonI
(Minn.), 8.3; 4. Wright (M), 8.2.
VAULTING - 1. tie, Rodney (M)
adHowell (Minn.), 9.00; 3. Jensen
), 8.875; 4. Huntzicker (1), 8.625.
PARALLEL BARS - 1. Rapper (M),
9.25; 2. Stende (Minn.), 9.05; 3. Linder
(Minn.), 8.7; 4. Kueffer (Minn.), 8.5.
HIGH BAR. - 1. Jensen (MW), 9.2; 2.
Sasich (M), 9.15; .3. McCurdy, 8.8; 4.
Howard (M), 8.7.

mented Loken, "I must admit it
was different and may have af-
fected our performance in some
events."
One event affected was the
floor exercise. "The mat was so
thin," Loken declared, "that I
wouldn't let Dave (Jacobs) and
Rick (McCurdy), who have bad
legs, complete." The result was a
disappointing 26.15.
The poor performance of the
gymnasts, though, can not be
completely blamed on the appa-
ratus, Jensen was still off form,
totalling only 51.225 for six events.
His only exceptional performance
was a 9.2 on the high bar His
other routines all were below nine,
and he slipped to a 7.1 on the side
horse.
The parallel bar team, usually
one of the strongest events, slip-
ped to a 26.0 total. Ron Rapper,
who has been sick all week, still
netted a 9.25. Jensen, Dick Rich-
ards, and McCurdy all scored
poorly. Richards fell to an 8.4,
Jensen to an 8.35, and McCurdy
ended with an 8.0.
The brightest spot of the meet
was the high bar. The official
total was 27.15, and Fred Rodney,
who was competing exhibition,
would have given them a 27.50.
Mike Sasich scored a 9.15 and
McCurdy 8.8.
Coach Loken called the meet
"our last experiment." Starting
with the first home meet, next
week with Ohio State, he expects
to make some changes to "net us
a better overall score.''
BILLBOARD
The Michigan women's bas-
ketball teams will play Wayne
State on Monday, Feb. 3, in
Waterman gymnasium. The
games will start at 6:30 p.m.
and 8:45 p.m.

By PAT ATKINS
Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS - It was billed as
a triple dual meet but the Wol-
verine matmen turned their part
into a comedy in three acts as
they upstaged Missouri, 24-6,
routed"Purdue 37-0, and downed
Ohio State, 25-5.
Until the second to the last
match of the final meet, Michi-
gan's wrestlers held their oppon-
ents winless in bout matches. In
an impressive display of super-
for conditioning, the Wolverines
outclassed all comers before the
noisy Buckeye audience.
In the first bout of the af-
ternoon, -Missouri's ,Steve Cava-
naugh stunned Wolverine follow-
ers by gaining a 4-4 draw with
Tim Cech.
"Cavanaugh was an unknown
quantity, just like the rest of the
Missouri team," Assistant Coach
Rick Bay said. "Tim got a little
careless,, but that's not to take it
away from the other wrestler. Ca-
vanaugh was clever on his feet."
Cech has slipped behind 4-3,
but one point of riding time eve-
ned the bout and kept Cech's un-

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GEOFF HENSON

CHARLIE FROEMING led the Michigan ring team with a 9.35.
While Froemings performances this season have been excellent,
the other competitors in the event have been scoring below par.
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Substitute guard Larry Weath-
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due's overtime push as the Boiler-
-makers made their conference
record 4-0. Ohio State is now 4-1.
With the game tied 83-83 and
the regulation time running out,
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scorer with 30 points, and Jody
Finney missed short jump shots
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could have given Ohio State a!
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Yesterday's Results
Loyola 112, Michigan 100, over
time
Iowa vs. Davison, inc.
Purdue 95, Ohio State 85, over-
time
Minnesota 89, Northwestern 80
Illinois 86, Wisconsin 73
Indiana 79, Mich. State 76

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beaten streak alive.
Two more draws were upcom-
ing against Missouri. At 152, Lane
Headrick tiedRBrad Zemmel, 3-3,
and Charley Reilly at 160 dead-
locked Missouri's Rick Thompson,
Treliladn 4-nth4hidpridwhnh
Headrick had some referee prob-
lems in the third period when he
Rick Mount, the Big Ten's was penalized one point for in-
leading scorer, had a rare day off tentionally leaving the mat with
, from his role as the Boilermaker's, only 17 second left in his match.I
leading scorer. Bay commented graciously on theI
The Buckeyes caught Purdue at decision: "It was not a good call."
79 all with 4:38 to play when Steve All the other Wolverines beat
their Tiger cohorts. Sophomores
Howell scored on a lay-up. Then 167-pounder Tom Quinn and 177-
Sorenson scored to make it 81-79 3ounder Jesse Rawls, the o n1y
with 3:45 to go. pudrJseRws h
Wolverines to wrestle and win in
Jary Johnson's and Weather- all three meets, started their day,
ford sank three shots to spark the out right by crossing up the op-
scoring in the overtime and then position 10-1 and 10-2 respective-
Gilliam connected on another ly.
jumper to make it 87-83.nEd .His initial win lit a fire under
Smith of OS scored the Buck- Rawls as he smoothly pinned his
eye's only basket in the overtime. Purdue heavyweight opponent in
A' *the next meet, then smothered'
BLOOMINGTON - Ken John- Ohio State's heavyweight Dave
son, who had a career-high 23 Beigh, 17-2. In the last two bouts,
points, and Larry Gipson scored Rawls was hampered by a strain-
in the clutch last night to give ed knee,, but it's "Nothing ser-
Indiana a 79-76 Big Ten basketball ious," according to Bay.
victory over Michigan State. Quinn wasn't quite as spec-
Johnson's eight-foot jump shot tacular, downing his next two op-{
with 34 second left broke a 76- ponents by only 5-0 and 3-1 mar-
76 tie and Gipson sank a free gins.
throw with 4 second to play Although Michigan held a 21-
after the Hoosiershad stolen the
1ball from the Spartans. a , Bee s i.
4Hall, Berenson
MINNEAPOLIS (R) - The Min-
nesota Gophers, whose three tall- W/n o
est starters fouled out, shot a shaL 't " V n S1
torrid 47.1 from the field and up-
ended favored Northwestern 89-80 DETROIT P) -- Red Berenson
last night in Big Ten basketball, scored a first period goal and then
The Gophers, now 2-4 in Big tenacious checking and fine goal
Ten play and 8-8 for the season, keeping by Glenn Hall gave the
spotted Northwestern an 11-point St. Louis Blues a 2-0 victory over
lead late in the first half before the Detroit Red Wings last night.
their second half performance Hall made 12 stops in register-
snowed under the Wildcats. ing his sixth shutout of the sea-
--son and the Blues'l11th, both:
-, tops in the National Hockey
League, but couldn't breathe eas-
EDily until Jim Roberts scored into
)RM ED V an empty net with 22 seconds to
O M e play. '
It was the second straight shut- 7
out defeat for Detroit which still
ibe fIhasn't beaten the West Division
leaders in five meetings this sea-7
son, and it broke Detroit's home
[att ice unbeaten string of 12 games.
L~~1J4 ,I Berenson scored his 23rd goal
of the season at 13:48 of the first
m r ~period when he led a 3-on-2 rusha
este into Detroit territory and took thea
shot himself, a low one to the far
side of Red Wing goalie Roger
Crozier.
n.-Fri., 10:00'3:30, Hall made it stand up with7
order form I several excellent stops on Frank7
Mahovlich, but mainly the Blues'I
tight checking and strong skating
. prevented the Wings from getting7
CrDIPTION £; set for shots.

6 advantage going into the heavy
weight bout with Missouri and us-
ually forfeits the last bo'ut under
such circumstances, 177-p oun d
Pete Cornell wrestled and decis-
ioned Bob Knudson, 7-1. "We left
it up to Rawls and Cornell to
wrestle," Bay explained. "Cornell
wanted to compete. It was his
choice."
However, Cornell would have to
get the tag of loser of the day,
for he was Michigan's sole victim
of the afternoon. At the advent
of the 177 pound bout with Ohio
State's Tom Kruse, Michigan had
gone 25 matches without suffer-
ing defeat, and was within only
two bouts of a perfect afternoon.
But in his bout Cornell became
confused by the Buckeye's un-
orthodox wrestling style. "Kruse
is all legs," Bay said, "and he's
awfully difficult to wrestle. Tal-
ent-wise, he's very limited. But
a leg comes otit of nowhere, and
that would give even the best
wrestler in the nation trouble."
ICornell didn't wrestle agaifist
Purduelsince the Boilermakers
couldn't produce a 177-pounder.
In fact, Purdue couldn't pro-
duce much of anything.
Michigan was 15 points ahead
before one match was wrestled.
Only six Boilermakers were eligi-
ble to wrestle, and consequently
they forfeited all the lower
weights.
In their final meet, against
Ohio State, the Wolverines had to
compete for attention with a
gymnastics meet, and seemed to
come out second best.
In .between the intermittent
yawns of the Buckeyenaudience,
the Wolverines ran up a 14-0 ad-
vantage on the strength of deci-
sions by Cech, Geoff Henson, and
Mike Rubin, and a pin by Lou
Hudson. By the time the curtain
rang down on the final act, the
Wolverines found themselves on
the long end of a cumulative 86-11
score.
STATISTICS
MICHIGAN 24, MISSOURI 6
123-Cech (M), drew Cavanaugh 4-4
130-Hudson (M) dec. Barrett, 9-4
137-Henson (M) dec. Shepard, 3-1
145-M. Rubin (M) dec. Moore, 12-2
152-Headrick (MW) drew Zemmel, 3-3
160-Reilly (M) drew Thompson, 4-4
167-Quinn (M) dec. Winer, 10-1
177-Rawls (M) dec. Byrd, 10-2
Hwt.-Cornell (M) dec. Knodson, 7-1
MICHIGAN 37, PURDU 0
123-Cech (M), forfeit
130-Hudson (M), forfeit
137--M. Rubin (MW), forfeit
145-McCaslin (MW) dec. Kern, 3-0
152-Sanger (M) dec. Haizlet, 8-1
160-Reilly (M) dec. Smith, 9-2
167-Quinn (M) dec. Foszek, 5-0
177-Cornell (MW), forfeit
Hwt.-Rawls (M) pinned Beigh, 5:35
MICHIGAN 25, OHIO STATE 5
123-Cech (M) dec. Romana, 9-6
130-Hudson (M) pinned Swaidner, 5:03
137-Henson (MW) dec. Young,,5-0
145-M. Rubin (M) dec. Mahoney, 7-1
152-Headrick (M) drew Groves, 1-1
160-Reilly (M) dec Martin, 7-1
167-Quinn (M) dec. Grimes, 3-1
177Kruse (OSU) dec. Cornell, 5-2
IHwt.-Rawls (MW) dec. Koburn, 17-2

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