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Sunday, 6ruory 2, 1969

THE MICHIGAN' DAILY

Page Nine

Sunday, February 2, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Loyola blasts cagers

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Tankers survive at MSU

66-57;

in

overtime,

112

-100

destroy Illini back home, 82-32

By JOEL BLOCK the overtime period. The Wolver- utes left in the half, but couldn't
special to the Daily ines died completely after that, get any closer and went into the
CHICAGO-When you lose by and suffered their seventh loss lockerroom losing 49-39.

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10 points, it's bad enough. But
when you lose by 10 points in a
five minute overtime, it's even
worse.
Michigan's cagers came back
from a 10 point half-time deficit:
to an 89-89 tie at the final gun,
but then succumbed 112-100 to

BULLETIN
The Iowa Hawkeyes upset
fourth-ranked Davidson 76-
61 last night in the second
game of the Michigan double-
header.

the Ramblers of Loyola in Chicago in sixteen games.
Stadium last night. The Ramblers jumped off to
The Wolverine's demise was a a 14-7 lead at 5:15 in the first
result of many factors, and Mich- half, puncturing the Wolverines
igan Coach John Orr was par- kaleidoscope zone with pinpoint
ticularly unhappy about one of passes. The passes were fed most-
them, "It was the worst officiated ly to forwards Moody and Wade
game I ever saw," Orr said in no Fuller, who took advantage of the

Michigan got back in the game
in the second half, and used their
own fast break to do it. The
Ramblers had extended their lead
to 14 with six minutes gone in the
period, but six minutes later sub-
stitute, Rod Ford's conversion of a
missed shot, knocked the Loyola
margin down to one.
The lead bounced back and
forth for the next eight minutes
until the disputed intentional foul
called on Sullivan.
Orr termed the disputed foul
and ensuing technical the "turn-
ing point of the game. We thought
the play was a charging foul on
Moody, not an intentional foul on
Sullivan."

uncertain terms.
What bothered Orr specil
was an intentional foul called
50 seconds to play in the r
game. It happened after Wolv
Bob Sullivan was whistled
for fouling Bill Moody as IV
drove for a layup.
Moody lept over Sullivan<
made the basket to put L
ahead 88-85. The referee said
livan intentionally fouled M
and awarded the Loyola fo
two free throws. He converte
of the two shots to put L
ahead by four.
The Wolverines came back
the score 89-89 in the next
seconds as Dennis Stewart
15 foot jumper and theni
cepted a Loyola pass and hi
other short juniper with 10
onds left in regular time.
But in the ensuing ove
Michigan, in the words of
"ran out of gas."
Loyola mixed together a
bination of fast break layup
short jump shots from aroun
Michigan bucket to glide to
90 lead with three minutes g

fically
d with
egular
verine
down
Moody
as he
Loyola
d Sul-
oody,
rward
d one
Loyola
to tie
forty
hit a

unprotected middle of Michigan's
zone. Fuller finished with 35
points, high for the game, while

Moody had 22. Sullivan led the Wolverines in
Loyola frequently caught t h e scoring with 31 points, his best

Wolverines off guard with its fast
break, and made motions of run-
ning away with the game.
They extended their lead to 16,
points with about half the period
over. The Wolverines cane back
to a 41-31 deficit with three min-

production of this season.
Orr was distinctly unhappy af-
ter the final buzzer. >"It was a
disgraceful game. They deserved
to win, they beat us. We let them
get too far out in front and didn't
have enough to come back."

-Associated Press
LOYOLA'S BILL MOODY slams his elbow into the neck of Wol-
verine Richard "Bird" Carter, effectively breaking up a scoring
attempt in last night's Michigan loss. The Rambler's Steve Orsar
admires teammate Moody's handiwork.

leersg gose-egg Gophers, 5-0

By ROD ROBERT
On the final day of this week-
end's swim meet marathon, Michi-
gan survived a surprise challenge
from Michigan State at East Lan-
sing yesterday afternoon to win
66-57. Then last night at Matt
Mann Pool, the Wolverine squad
humiliated Illinois 82-32.
When Michigan Coach Gus
Stager decided to schedule three
meets in little more than 24 hours,
he didn't anticipate such a-Spar-
tan threat. MSU's swim team has
lost heavily from graduation for
the past two years. State Coach
John McCaffree admitted, "we
don't have the depth this year
that we usually have. But we still
wanted to give Michigan a battle."
The breaks that made the Spar-
tan challenge so serious came in,
diving. Michigan State swept first
and second in both the one and
three meter boards, to outscore
Michigan in these events, 16-2.
Michigan Diving Coach Dick
Kimball could offer no real ex-
planation for the surprise Spar-
tan sweeps. Kimball was impressed
by State diver Jim Henderson,
"He dove real well and deserved
to win both the high and low
boards."
Tom Cramer took second in the
one meter while Duane Green was
runner-up in the three meter for
Michigan State. These two both
managed to edge Michigan's Dick
Rydze for second place by less
than three points.
Kimball commented, "Rydze
probably would have been run-
ner-up some place else. In the
high board, Jay Meaden would
have been right in there if he,
didn't hit the board on one of his
dives.
"If it's any indication, two years
ago at East Lansing they swept
the diving events. But at the Big
Tens, Jay Meaden was second
while Fred Brown finished fifth.
The Michigan State divers weren't
even in the finals."
Before the first diving eventr it
looked as though Michigan would
not get any unexpected competi-
tion.
Gary Kinkead took the 1000
yard freestyle in 10:22.2 with Mike
Allen close behind, as the Wolver-
SCORES -
New Mexico 68, New Mexico St. 66
Boston College 77, Holy Cross 69
Marquette 75, Detroit 74
W. Virginia 98, Geo. Washington 88
Baylor 71, Rice 68
LaSalle 102, New Orleans Loyola 65
Kentucky 103, Vanderbilt'89
Louisville 77, Bradley 64
St. John's, N.Y., 65, emple 49
Columbia 69, Yale 48
North Carolina 107, Maryland 87
NBA
Milwaukee at San Diego, inc.
Los Angeles at San Francisco, inc.
New York 109, Boston 82
Atlanta 119, Detroit 99

GARY KINKEAD
ine tankers swept the event.
The medley relay team of Tom
Mertz, Bill Mahoney, Lee Bisbee,1
and Bob Kircher was victorious
giving Michigan a early 16-5 lead.
The one-meter diving followed
and the gap was quickly closed to
17-13, as State divers pulled their
first sweep.
Juan Bello, a Michigan Olym-
pian via Peru, won the 200 yard
freestyle in 1:45.7, fighting off a
last lap spurt from MSU's Don
Rauch.
But State kept close, as 'Mike
Kalbach sped to a 21.91 triumph'
in the 50 yard freestyle. Michi-
gan's Greg Zann swam his best

about insured an 'M' victory"
his 2:15.9 win in the 200;
breaststroke.

with
yard

Michigan's Coach Gus Stager
did a lot of favors for the Illinois
swim team during the match at
Matt Mann Pool last night. But
the Wolverines still managed to
obliterate the Illini by 50 points.
Illinois' Captain Kip Poge gave
the only worthwhile competition
all night as the defending Big
Ten champion took the 200 yard
breaststroke.

time of the season in 22.00, but it
was only good enough for second.
Junior Gary Kinkead won his
second race of the meet with a
1:59.8 in the 200 yard individual
medley. The time was a new M-
MSU dual meet record.
Michigan State divers pulled
their second shocker of the meet
in sweeping the three meter board,
and the Spartans led for the first
time 34-32.
Sophomore Van Rockefeller then
broke Michigan State's Varsity
record in the 200 yard butterfly
with a phenomenal 1:55.9. Only
Indiana's Charlie Hickeox has
bettered that time this year, Wol-
verine butterflier Tom Arusoo
swam ' by far his best time this
year of 1:56.3, but it was only
good for runner-up.
Then distance freestylers Mike
Allen and Mike O'Connor took
first and second respectively in'
the 500 yard free. The Michigan
sweep put them back in the lead
52-50.
Sophomore Bill Mahone i ust

Stewart
Tomjanovich
Sullivan
SFife
Maxey
Carter
Edwards
Henry
Ford
Tota
Fuller
Moody
Orser
Robertson
Baumgartner
Cannon
Coleman
Tota

MICHIGAN
FG FT
3-7 3-4
13-38 3-4
14-25 3-7
4-10 2-3
2-8 2-3
0-0 1-2
1-4 0-0
3-9 0-0
3-7 0-0
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inter- By BILL DINNER
it an-| After a shoddy Friday evening,
0 sec- the Wolverine icers accomplished
a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde trans-
rtime, formation as they whipped the
Orr, Minnesota Gophers 5-0 last night.
Grabbing the opening faceoff
com- the Gophers barely saw the puck
s and the rest of the game, as the Wol-
id the verines came off the bench flying,
a 98- inspired, and determined to make;
one in up for Friday's loss.
The Wolverines performance
was modestly understated by Lars
P 3 Hansen when he noted, "We just
2 29 were hitting better."
4 31 Although Michigan peppered
3 10 away at: the Minnesota net, they
0 1 were unable to turn on the red
2 2 flight in the first period due to
5 6 some excellent goaltending by
24 100 substitute goalie Murry McLack-
len combined with a solid defense
in front of their net by Steve Ross
PP TP and Wally Olds.
4 35
5 22 The second period started slow-
3 s ly; but for two minutes and ten
3 33 seconds Dr. Jekyll's potion did its
3 13 work as the Wolverines busted
1 0
0 " loose for four goals to put the
19 112 game on ice.

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
ROBIN WRIGHT

STATISTICS

The Wolverines began
rout when Hansen took a
from the corner and fired
foot slap shot that sizzled
McLacklen.

their
pass
a 20
past

LOYOLA

FG ,
14-28
10-19
4-11,
13-25
4-10
0-1
0-0
Is 45-94

FT
7-8
2-4
1-1
7-14
5-6
0-0
0-0
22-32

western sweeps relays
as Michigan experiments

By KEITH WOOD
Special To The Daily
KALAMAZOO -- Western Mich.
igan dominated the field in their
home arena here yesterday at the
Western Michigan Relays. They
took six firsts to lead the compe-
tition which included 14 All.
American and Olympian track
stars.
The Broncos' Rodney Mack sei
a new Michigan intercollegiate
indoor record in the 60-yard low
hurdles with a time of :06.7 clip.
ping a tenth of a second off the
old mark.
Michigan ran well in the meet,
accomplishing what they set oui
to do. Assistant Coach Ken Burn.
ley commented, "We wanted to
make an assessment of our indi.
vidual runners to see where we
might place them later in the
season."
This was exemplified in the
medley relays which Michigar
usually dominates as the Wolver-
ines used various runners to tes1
their capabilities.
In the race that Michigan did
stack, the sprint medley relay,
they won easily with a 3:26.6
Lorenzo Montgomery and So
Espie provided Ron Kutchinsk
-s with a big lead, so Kutchinski
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had no trouble in the anchor leg.
Gary Midlam also took a first
place for the- Wolverines in the
60-yard high hurdles with a
:07.2. Michigan State freshman
Herb Washington once again'
nosed out Michigan freshman
Gene Brown in the 60-yard dash
by 0.1 secoids.
Michigan did not do so well in
the field events. Gary Knicker-
bocker, who has been injured,
finished second in the high jump
with a 6-8 leap. Michigan fresh-
man John Mann, who won the
frosh competition, came in third
in the varsity high jump.
Ira Russell finished third in the
long jump with a jump of 23'-
10%". Warren Bechard finished
second to Notre Dame freshman
Mike McNannon in the triple
jump with a 46'-82/4".
Rick Shortt, who won the pole
vault competition last week in the
Michigan Relays, failed to place
this week, and a Michigan fresh-
man, Larry Wolfe, set a new meet
record in the freshman division of
the pole vault with a vault of
15'-112".
- ~ - ~

Less than a minute later Merle
Falk banged in a puck that re-
bounded off a Gopher skate.
Before the broadcaster had a<
chance to announce Falk's goal
Tom Marra passed out to Hansen,
at the point, who sent a drib-
bier toward the goal. Then Barney
' Pashak, with a beautiful move,
backhanded the puck w h i c h
squeezed between McLacklen and
the post.
While the Michigan band
was striking up "Hail to the Vic- JIM
tors," Randy Binnie smashed a cente
shot which rebounded off McLack- his V
len onto the stick of Doug Glen- (1s)
(15)
dinning who' rammed the puck to co
past a ,weary goalie. t o
The game, however, was marred been la
when at the end of the second was hi
period Doug Heyliger checked the coach E
Gophers' leading scorer, Pete tougher
Fichuck, into the boards. pecially
Referee Don Wilkie summarized
the incident, "It was ,not a par- Rienf
ticularly hard check, but he was just as
checked ' from behind and went but we
crashing into the boards head we set
first, and came off holding his It's
neck with his hands." had th
Fichuck suffered a minor crack Minneso
in his cervical vertabrate and a Michigai
severe strain in the neck. First I
The third period, with the ex- ras (
ception of several minor skirm- bowing)
ishes, was uneventful. The Goph- sticking)
ers were tired from the hard hit- sticking;
Seconc
ting of the Wolverines, but they (unassisi
were able to keep their defense in- Marra),
tact. Slack) 7
Doug Heyliger finished the scor- nierfer
ing at 12:27 when he shoved a (5-Board
pass from Al Brook passed Mc- Third
Lacklen. Heyliger
The shutout was Jim Keough's Minn.,l
first of the season, but Keough Sanders
passed off the praise, "It was more (roughin
their (defensemen) shutout than ing) 19:(
mine." Goalie
Mi n ew"McLaci,
Michigan's defense which had Keough,

.
1000 FREESTYLE - 1. Kinkead (M),
10:22.24. 2. M. Allen (M). 3. Gonzales
(MS).
400 MEDLEY RELAY - 1. Michigan
(Mertz, Mahoney, Bisbee, Kircher),
3:38.80. 2. Michigan State (Burke,
Brown, Rockefeller, Holdridge).
SPRINGBOARD DIVING (1 METER)
- 1. Henderson (MS), 291.95. 2. Cramer
(MS). 3. Rydze (M).
200 FREESTYLE - 1. Bello (M),
1:45.71. 2. Rauch (MS). 3. B. Zann (M).
50 FREESTYLE - 1. Kalmbach (MS),
:21.91. 2. G. Zann (M). 3. Crittenden
(MS).
200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY - 1.
Kinkead (M), 1:59.82 (Sets dual meet
record). 2. Richards (MS). 3. Jones
(MS).
200 BUTTERFLY - 1. Roceefeller
(MS), 1:55.94 (Sets dual meet record).
2. Arusoo (M). 3. Bisbee (M).
100 FREESTYLE - 1. Kalmbach
(MS), :47.80. 2. Bello (M). 3. Rauch
(MS).
200 BACKSTROKE - 1. Kinkead (M),
1:59.71. 2. jBurke (MS). 3. Boyle (MS).
SPRINGBOARD DIVING 3 METER --
1. Henderson (MS), 316.7. 2. Green
(MS). 3. Rydze (M).
500 FREESTYLE - 1. M. Allen (M),
4:58.41. 2. O'Connor (M). 3. Gonzales
(MS).
200 BREASTSTROKE - 1. Mahoney
(M),'2:15.90. 2. Richards (MS). 3.
Mahler CM).
400 FREESTYLE RELAY - 1. Mich-
igan (G. Zann, Kircher, B. Zann, Bel-
10), 3:15.62. 2. Michigan State (Rauch,
Holdridge, Langley, Kalmbach).
FINAL SCORE: Michigan 66, Michir
gan, State "57.

-Daily-Andy Sacks
KEOUGH, MICHIGAN GOALIE, blocks the shot of Gopher
r Craig Sarnar (sprawling) while on the way to recording
irst shutout of the year. Paul Domm (10), Barney Pashak
and Tom Marra cluster around the Wolverine net in position
ntrol the rebound.
ging for the last few games
tting hard and 'Michigan
Al Renfrew noted, "We were
in our own end and es-
in front of the net."
Lew also said, "We tried
hard last night (Friday)
couldn't accomplish what
out to do."
doubtful that Minnesota SerYing
e same opinion of the play.
ta 0 0 0 -
n 0 4 1 - 5
Period Scoring. None. Penalties:
holding) 4:07 Barbato; Minn., Open Daily Mon.
tripping) 10:09; M, Domm (el- aO e'D~ YM n
14:20; Minn., Fichuck (high-
19:19; M, Domm (2-high-
2-slashing) 19:19.
d eidScoring: 1. M, Hansen
ted), 5:14; 2. M, Falk (Perrin, Reg. 3 1 c
6:05; 3. M, Pashak (Hansen,
:11; 4. M, Glendinning (Bin- AU ri EEi
es,72.Penalties: M, MHarra~ B EA
rec'e) 18:21; M, Doug Heyliger
ing), 20:00.M, g4 loa
Period Scoring: 5. M, Doug
(Brook, Gross) 12:37. Penal-
nn., Peltier (holding) 5:36.
Peltier (tripping) 8:57. Minn.,
(holding) 9:35; M, Yurich
g) 19:02; M, Gamsby (rough-
02.
Saves:________________
an, Minn. 18 6 6 - 30
Mich. 8 10 7 - 25

1000 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Casey,
(M) 10:27.11; 2. Bisbee, (M); 3. Musch,
(I),
400 YARD MEDLEY RELAY - I.
Michigan (Allen,, Wainess, Arusoo, Sul-
livan) 3.46.75; 2. Illinois (Le Vine,
Pope, Foster, Carpenter).
200 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Allen,
(M) (1.50.71); 2. Peach, (M); 3. Cram-
her (1).
50 YARD FREESTYLE -- 1. Zann,
(M) (22.49); 2. Matten,. (I); 3. Moore,
(M).
200 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Hiller (M) (2:09.69); 2. Mertz (M); 3.
Elestrom, (I).
ONE METER DIVING - 1. Gagnet,
(M) (274.55); 2. McGuire, (M); .3.
Noonan, (I).
200 YARD BUTTERFLY - 1. Mike
Allen, (M) (1.59.49); 2. Bello, (M); 3.
Foster, (I).
100 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Sullivan
(M) (50.50); 2. Harmony, (M); 3.
Cramer, (I).
200 YARD BACKSTROKE -1. Harm-
eson ('I) (2:17.86); 2. Hiller, (M); De-
Bord, (I).
500 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Casey,
(M) (5:00.71); Musch. (I); 3. Arusoo,
(M).
200 'YARD BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Pope, (1) (2:16.37); 2. Mahler, (M); 3.
Anderson, (I). 4
400 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY -1.
Michigan (Moore, Sullivan, Harmony,
Peach) (3:23.40); Illinois (Matten, Car-
penter, Le Vine, Read).
FINAL SCORE: Michigan 82; I111-
'nois 32.'

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