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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 9, 1

Grapplers grind Georgia Tech, Wisconsin smashes Ohio State

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Eastern and Northern Iowa

By The Associated Press Sophomore Clarence Sherrod, ranked Illinois bounced cold-,*-
MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin's flashy ball-handling guard,hdaked Io98-69 yesterday in-
Badgers, reduced to a spoiler role the well-balanced Badger attack a Big Ten Conference basketball

By ERIC SIEGEL wrestling at heavyweight, register- a tough boy and to beat a tough in the Big Ten basketball race, with 18 points. Wisconsin's scoring game.
ed a fall over Phil DeBerry with boy you've got to be at your best" I dealt Ohio State's title hopes a leader, James Johnson, had 15, The Illinois defense headed by
The Wolverine grapplers invad- three seconds remaining in the But despite the drubbings the serious blow yesterday with a and Burington 14. Greg Jackson, stifled the Hawk-
d psanti yesterday aferon second period. Wolverines gave their opponants 7h3 viaers' victoryOdroppedw hio State's Dave Sorenson, eyes under the boards.
but the Bowen Field House But even when they didn't have EMUs Coach Russ Bush was not Ohio State to a 4-2 conference 24.5 averedathelgame2witsa The game was all er it
bleachers as they white-washed their shoulders on the mats, the visibly impressed. record and sent most of the more 24.5 aerage wa held to 12 pon h e ame Ill but oe t
Yelo aces ferd itl n Teyr gad"obeve usby the sticky Wisconsin defense. hltm fe lir~i oldit
Georgia T e c h 33-0, whipped Yellow Jackets offered little in "They're good," observed Bush, than 11,000 fans home happy, in- His teammate, Jim Cleamons, was a 47-29 lead as owa hit only
Northern Iowa 18-11, and walked the way 'of competition, as they who's team bowed to the Wolve- cluding some civil rights demon- high for tle game with 23. seven of 31 floor shots. The Hawk-
Over Eastern Michigan 27-6, in were shut out in all b u t three rines 27-6, "but they're nothing strators who attempted to disrupt eyes, however, hit 15 of 18 free
their third triple dual meet in matches. special. It's the weakest Michigan the game. Helmeted policemen patrolled throws.
ther hid riledulheeoiwmtces
four weeks. There were some new faces in team I've seen in a long time, The score was tied three times the game during the final min-
The triple triumphs boosted the the Michigan line-up against They're no better than third in in the final four minutes until tes as many protestors joined in Illinois clicked off 20 out of 36
Wolverines' record to 12-1. Georgia Tech, notably Jim Hoddy the Big Ten." reserve guard Keith Burington put the cheers for the Badger upset. f r shots in the firt ackson bg
"The competition was only av- at 123, Jay Kall at 145, and Wayne the Badgers ahead to stay with a ging 14 points. He had 20 for the
STATISTItCS77 twisting layup, folowed by two iet a e
erage,"'commented assistant Coach Wentz at 177. -STATISTICSWildcats tamed game.
Rick Bay. "The basic'value of the "We wanted to use as many 1free throws,aking the scre 75- Reserve Denny Pace topped Illi-
meets was conditioning. Wrest- men as possible," explained Bay. MICHIGAN 33, GEORGIA TECH ' Wisconsin's t was only the EVANSTON, IlL-Ninth-anked nois with 21 points, 15 in the sec-
ling three matches back-to-back But the Wolverines *went with Wsns'svictory wa nytePurdue, behind Rick Mount's 31 ond half. Dave Scholts sat out
or two out of three matches is "their best," in the words of Bay, 123-Hoddy (M) dec. speegle, 15-5 second in conference play for the points, remained undefeated inf eSco l a
od conditioning for the tourna- in the bout against Northern 130-Hudson (M) pinned Asbury, 3:15 unpredictabl, Badgers. They have Big Ten basketball competition most of the second half as re-
ents Bay added. Iowa, and for awhile it looked like 137-Henson (M), forfeit lost four Big Ten games, and have last night with a 97-84 victory ves took over and total only 10
ma eMichigan would need everything 145-Kall (M) dec. Goldstein, 9-2 an over all 8-9 record, including over Northwestern points. Illinois used 1players
Mic2 gan s stiffest competion . h152-sanger (M) dec. Saville, 10-0I victories over Kansas, Kentucky.
was against Northern Iowa, but it ad, 160-Reilly (M) dec. Harten, 7-0 and Marquette. Ohio State is 12-4 The visiting Boilermakers moved Iowa never came within' 15
even against the Panthers the fi- After Tim Cech decisioned Joe 167-Quinn (M) dec. Ward, 13-0 for the season to a 49-30 halftime lead and were
nal score wasn't a true indication Wilson, 6-0, Lou Hudson lost a 177-Wentz (M) dec. Puryear, 7-1 u ' half. The Hawkeyes led 10-6 at
of the Wolverines superiority. The close 5-4 decision to Mark Reil- I Hwt.--Rawls (M) pinned neBerry, 3:57 -wThe victory was the sixth the outset of the game. Two field
score was 18-6 going into the final and. -The match see-sawed as straight in Big Ten play for Pur- goals by Jodie Harrison put Illi-
match, which Michigan forfeited. Geoff Henson won his bout by a MICHIGAN 18, NORTHERN IOWA 11 % "4)" COdue, which now holds a two-game nois on top 12-11 and the draw-
"We knew they (the Panthers) 3-2 score, and Mike Rubin dropped lead over Ohio State and Illinois. away started
had fine heavyweight," explain- a hard-fought.5-4 decision to tie 123-Cech (M) dec. Wilson, 6-0 Herm Gilliam added 20 for Pur-
yythe meet -at 6-a. 130-Reland(NI) dec. Hudson, 4 due while .Northwestern was top- GJohn Johnson with 139 points
ed By"adwwolhaebe ┬▒eme a.uLL13-esn()dcSohmn,3- op and Glenn Vidnovic with 18 head-
giving away too much weight." But Wolverines Lane Headrick, 145-Neighbors (NI) dec. M. Rubin, 5-4 COLLEGE BASKETBALL ped by Don Adams with 20 points. ed the Hawks
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JIM MEREDITH (42) of Washington State steals the ball from
Steve Patterson of UCLA in yesterdays game. The Bruins over-
power.ed their way to a 108-80 victory to continue this years un-
beaten string.

Michigan, who h a s no regular
heavyweight, used Jesse Rawls in
that slot in their other two bouts.
But the. Wolverines didn't give
anything away in their first bout
against Georgia Tech, as the Yel-
low Jackets spent most of their
time trying to keep their should-
ers off the mats.
They weren't always successful,
though, as Lou Hudson pinned his
man at 3:15 to give the Wolver-
ines an 8-0 lead after the first
two bouts,- and'I Jesse Rawls,

aaries newy, .orwumnn ana
Pete Cornell blasted their Pan-
thers in the successive bouts to
take an 18-6 lead before the team
forfeited the final match.
Against Eastern, Cech dropped
the opening match, 5-2, but Lou
Hudson recorded his second fall
of the afternoon at 5:40 to give
the Wolverines a lead which they
never relinquished.
Commenting on Cech's loss, Bay
said, "He's been ill and missed a
lot of practice. He was wrestling

.a iaaanti V . ~ a, J4
160-Reilly (M) dec. Guyer, 3-2
167-Quinn (M) dec. Bellock, 5-0
177-Cornell (M) dec. Masher, 8-0
IHwt..-Osboe (NI), forfeit
MICHIGAN 27, EASTERN MICHIGAN 6
123-Yamamoto (E) dec. Cech, 5-2
130-Hudson (M) pinned Al-Jumelli,
5:40
137-Henson (M), forfeit
144-Viverette (E) dec. M. Rubin, 3-2
35--Sanger (M) dec. Ash, 4-2
160-Reilly (M) dec. Cox, 2-0;
167-Quinn (M) dec. Weede, 10-0
177-Cornell (M) pinned Thomas, 5:48
Hwt.-Rawls (M) dec. Christmas, 17-4

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Georgia 90, Vanderbilt 83
Missouri 73, Oklahoma State 52
New Mexico 79 Arizona 74
Valdosta State 95, La Grange
College 84
Auburn 81, Florida 80 (overtime)
Marquette 82, Eastern Michigan 58
Louisville 78, North Texas 75
Boston College 105, Fordham 70
North Carolina 100 Florida State 82
North Carolina State 66, Virginia 62
South Carolina 82, Dluke 62
New Mexico State 63, Northern
Illinois 59
Penn State 61, Navy 57,
Texas A&M 90, Rice 82
Niagara 78 Providence 55
Tulsa 94, Bradley 80
Illinois 98, Iowa 69
Wake Forest 79, Virginia 'Tech ,1
St. John's, N.Y. 65, Army 43
Tennessee 80 Mississippi State 50
Lamar Tech 93, Trinith 92 (overtime)
Minnesota 89, Indiana 83
Notre Dame 79, Detroit 72
Purdue 97, Northwestern 84
Wisconsin 77, Ohio State 73
Kent State 78 Marshall 61
Fairmont 77, Glenville 59
Kansas 66, Oklahoma 59 (overtime)
St. Joseph's, Pa. 92, Hofstra 78
Princeton 67, Cornell 57
Yale 54 Dartmouth 51
Western Michigan 97, Ohio U. 89
Harvard 76, Brown 63
Creighton 103, Portland 66
LSU 81, Alabama 75
LaSalle 74, Villanova 67
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Gophers growl SETS NEW RECORD:
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Minne-
sota's Al Nuness hit eight points
in the closing minutes to cut off a II
late Indiana rally and give the CLA clobb r WS
Gophers a 89-83 Big Ten basket-
ball victory yesterday afternoon,
Minnesota led by 14 early in LOS ANGELES - The unde- Jeff Hogan's three goals enab-
the second half but the Hoosiers feated top-rated UCLA Bruins ex- led the Seminoies to ially and tie
whittled the margin to 83-81 with ploded to a 108-80 Pacific-8 Con- the score at 23-all midway. in the
less than two minutes remaining: ference basketball victory over the first half. But then the T a r
' Nuness then swished his second Washington State Cougars yester- Heels outscored FSU 13-2 over
straight 20-footer and followed day. the next six minutes.
with another field goal and two The Bruin's offense was led by Charlie Scott scored 23 points,
free throws before Indiana could John Vallely with 3 points, Lynn Bill Bunting 22 and Rusty Clark
score a layup with five seconds Shackelford with 15 and Curtis 13 for North Carolina.
remaining. Rowe and Kenny Heitz with 14 . The Tr Heels took their 17th
Indiana's Kenny Johnson had;apiece victory of the season against a
25 of his game-high 30 points in' single defeat.
the second half. Joe Cooke scored Ted Wireman and Ritk Erick- Florida State's Dave Cowens ledI
23 for the Hoosiers. Nuness was son led Washington State with 17 the Seminoles with 14.
high for the Gophers with 23 fol- and 13 points respectively.* *
lowed by Leroy Gardner's 20. The Cougars were deadlocked Kentucky clobbers
Minnesota and Indiana now with UCLA at 14-14 after five
have identical 3-4 records in con- minutes of play. But Washington LEXINGTON, Ky. - Fourth-
ference play. State's zone defense couldn't stop

UT,108=80
ranked Kentucky overcame a
shaky start and overpowered Mis-
sissippi 104-68 last night.
The victory was Kentucky's.10th
#!without a. loss in Southeastern
Conference play.
Kentucky pulled away from an
11;-1 tie with 14:35 left and the
game soon was out of reach. At
halftime it was 46-30.
Dan ssel led Kentucky with 26
[points while Mike Pratt had 22,
Mike Casey 18 and Phil Argento
Ken Turner had the hot hand
for Mississippi with 25 points.

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Illinois kills
CHAMPAIGN,

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the Bruins.
Shackelford and Vallely led a
nth- Bruin surge while the Cougars
were more than seveni minutes
without a field goal to give UCLA
.40-22 lead.

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EAST LANSING - A new
world's record highlighted the
46th annual Michigan State re-
lays last night. Before 5600 fans
Bill Wehrwein of Michigan State
set a new American indoor record
in the 600-yard run with a time
of 1:09.0. clipping .2 of a second
off the old record. Since the event
is not run outdoors Wehr time is
effectively a new world's record.
In all, five meet records were
set with Kansas setting three of
them. The Kansas distance med-
ley relay team set a new meet and
new fieldhouse record with a tie
of 9:49.8. Michigan finished fifth
in 10:03.4.
Roger Kathol of Kansas trim-
med seconds off the old record in.
the 1000 yard run with a 2:10.4.
Steve Wilhelm of Kansas com-
pletely demolished the shot-put
record with a toss of 62'7". The
old mark was 60'13/%". Teammate
Karl Salb tossed the shot a dis-
tance of 62.3 and finished second.
Kansas dominated the meet
taking 6 firsts in the 20 events
meet. Jim Ryun won the mile in
4:06.2. He played follow the lead-
er until the last lap and then
passed the leaders as if they were
standing still. Ryun eventually
won by about, 30 yards.
Michigan was very impressive,
especially in-"the field events. Ira
Russell place fourth in the long
jump laping a distance of 238'2".
Ron Shortt placed fifth in the

ns in relays;
tmp ressize
pole vault with a vault of 15'6".
Gary Knickerbocker took a 'first
place inzthe high jump leaping
6'8". the Wolverines 1-2 finish
in the triple jump with Warren
Bechard taking first and Bob
Wedge taking second. Bechard's
winning distance was 47'3".
Larry Midlam took another
first for Michigan in the 70 yard
high hurdles, nosing out Kansas'
Bob Byers by a tenth of a se-
cond in :08.5.
-tech do wn'Ic -=
The Michigan Icers came closer
to victory over Michigan Tech in
the second game of that series
Saturday, but were still thwarted,
3-2.
Tech opened the scoring in the
first period as Heines beat Wol-
verine goalie Jim Keough 'at the
12:02 mark. With one second re-
maining in that period, however,
Michigan countered the Tech
j edge -as Doug Galbraith scored a
power-play goal
Michigan added to their pro-
duction in the second period at
Barney Pashak bulged the Tech
net at the 18:20 mark.

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lived, however, as the Tech
scored twice in the closing
utes of the third period on;
from Moffat and Desjard.

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Icers
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