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Ss THE MICHIGAN DAILY St
IF '" Gophers melt.I

'urday, February 15, 1969
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Special to the IDaily
MINNEAPOLIS - The Michi-
gan hockey team fell to the Goph-
ers of Minnesota last night by a
4-3 count and saw their chance
to lead the Big Ten and (to gain
ground in the WCHA race fade
away.
The Wolverines fell behind al-
most immediately as Bill Klatt of
the Gophers popped in a goal with
only 58 seconds gone in the con-
test. The Wolverines were able to
tie the contest twice. afterward.
but never were able to gain a lead
and spent a frustrating night try-
ing to catch the Gophers, a team
known for their great speed.
Klatt and his linemates proved
to be the biggest thorn in Mich-
igan's side as they hit for three
goals. Klatt hit the third period
marker that proved to' be the
winner for Minnesota and line-
mate Rick Yurich also hit for a
first period score.
Michigan managedJ to tie t h e
score midway through the f i r s t

period when Barry Pashak h i t
the nets after a fine pass f r o mn
Brian Slack. But Yurich follow-
ed with his score four minutes lat-
er and the Wolverines left the ice
after the first period trailing 2-1.
The one goal margin was kept;
up during the second period as
the same pattern was followed.
Dave Perrin *'beat the Gopher
goalie to bring Michigan back

tempts at the Gopher netminder.
The Gophers now have an 8-7-2
record with the Wolverines being
7-8-1 on the season.
The same teams will ineet once
again tonight in a rematch and an
equally rugged battle is expected.
While the close score and exciting
play kept fans on edge last night
the feature may make tonight's
contest slightly less interesting.

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IMichigan lineman Paul Gamsby
lineman Larry Paradise countered,
wit fie mnuts lft o gve heand Minnesota's Scott Buchen be-
_wih fveminte let t gve hecame involved ' in .some extra-
leabc to the home squad., curricular with just 37 second left
The crucial marker of the con- 'in the game and both were eject-
test was scored in much the same, ed. As a further punishment. they
fashion as was the first. Klatt will not be allowed to play in to-
beat Wolverine netminder Jim nighit's game.
Keough with only 15 seconds gone Although this hurts both' clubs
in the final period, just as he had it could be particularly harmful
done in the beginning of the game, to the Wolverines. Gamsby leads
The closeness of the contest Michigan's top scoring line atnd
showed up in the teams' recordI will be sorely needed if the Wol-
and statistics. Minnesota slapped verines expert to come back and
34 shots at Keough while Michi- top the Gophers in this evening's
gan managed to get off 32 at-' festivities.

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Purdue, sunk easily;
'1M' awaits Indiana

WOLVERINE GOALIE, Jim Keough effectively blocks the puck with his leg as a Minnesota forward
slides into the net. Defenseman Paul Domm (10) waits to clear the puck from the goal-mouth area

By ROD ROBERT
Special to the Daily

- ------- - ~ LAFAYE'ITE-Michigan's swim
,, .......... ...... team swamped Purdue 74-49 yes-
terda y afternoon.
1... * * ~~ *That is, if you want to call the
B Ibo'1d visiting team that competed at
Lafayette yesterday the Michigan
s swim team.
.Jt:.?::::fy:':":;:"wa":.:yi.'*. ..::"i::::~ t'":}::::: y Top. W olverine swimmers Gary
2 Students with I.D. cards will Kinkead, Juan Bello, Jay Meaden.
V2be admitted free .to the gym- Jay Mahler, Tom Arusoo, Dick
l nastics and wrestling matches Rydze, Greg Zann, Bob Zann, Bob
today .at the Events Bldg. The Kircher, Bruce McMannaman,
l2gymnastics meets start at 1:30 and Bill Mahoney weren't even
p.m., with wrestling following at the meet. They went straight
immediately, to Indiana University yesterday
Michigan hosts Indiana at morning to rest up for today's
Yost Field House today in Big contest against the Hoosiers.
ITen track competition, free to When these two teams met last
students with I.D. month in Ann Arbor, Indiana
:- * narrowly won 63-60. A Hoosier
Michigan's freshman basket- swim team has never lost in Ro-
ball team will play Michigan bert Royer Pool since it was built
State Thursday night at the in 1961, so Michigan's Coach Gus
=iEvents Bldg. Students will- be Stager is pulling out all stops. He
admitted free with I.D., faculty sent 11 of his best men to In-
free on athletic cards., diana so that they could avoid

the late Friday night drive from
Lafayette to Bloomington.
It has been rumored that Bob
and Greg Zann may be shaving
down for today's meet. The soph-
omore twin sprinters hope t h a t
this will help them upset Indiana
speedster Brian Bateman in the
50 and 100 yard freestyle. Bate-
man finished second in the 50
free at the NCAA's last year.
The decision of Southern Me-
thodist swimmers to shave down
last weekend was instrumental in
SMU's victory over Michigan.
Mike O'Connor Lee Bisbee, and
Com Mertz were. the only W ol-
verine swimmers who went to Dal-
las last weekend and swam yes-
terday at Purdue. Nevertheless,
Michigan tankers still took first in
nine of the thirteen events. Coach
Gus Stager was very pleased with
the individual performances. "Just
about everyone swam well," he
declared.
The most impressive swimmer,
however, was Boilermaker D a n

Mike O'Connor

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Gamnecocks shock Tar Heels;
Piston comeback dims Suns

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With 34 seconds left, North Caro-
lina's Charlie Scott, an Olympic
standout, had a steal and a layup
lto cut South Carolina's margin. to
67-66.
Scott then fouled Billy Walsh
who missed the free throw. Scott
then missed a long jumper that
could have won it. Seconds later,
Scott fouled Walsh again, but this
time Walsh made his chance good
to make it 68-66. Lee Dedmon
missed a desperation shot for the
Tar Heels as the gun sounded.
The game left the two teams
tied for first place in the ACC
with 9-1 records. North Carolina
is 18-2 overall and South Carolina
116-3.
Scott led the Tar Heel scoring
with 17 points.
DETROIT-The Detroit Pistons
blew a 25-point lead, then struck
back in the final 80 seconds to
nose out the Phoenix Suns 128-
123 last night in a National Bas-
ketball Association game.

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In ending a two-game losing
streak of their own and extending
the Phoenix string of defeats to
six, the Pistons piled up their huge
advantage. in the third quarter
before the Suns made their come-
back.
Led by Jimmy Fox, Gail Good-
rich and Dick Snyder, the Suns
cut the deficit to 15 points at the
end of three quarters. and then
finally pulled even at 123-123 on
a three-point play by Fox with
1:36 remaining.
Dave Bing then broke the dead-
lock with two free throws, and
Otto Moore dropped in a free
throw and Bing ,a layup to put the
game out of, reach.
Bing led the winners with 37
points. Hariston had 28 and Eddie
Miles 20. Fox, with 24, Snyder 23,
and Goodrich, 22, took scoring
honors for the Suns.
BALTIMORE - Rookie " *Wes
Unseld scored 28 points and grab-
bed a pro career-high 30 rebounds
to lead the' Baltimore Bullets to a
132-122 victory over the Milwau-
kee Bucks in a National Basket-
ball Association game last night.
The Bullets, who lead the East-
ern Division by 31/ games over
New York, almost blew an 18-
point lead built up in the third
quarter when the last place Bucks
closed the gap to 122-118 in the
final two minutes.
Jack Marin tossed in a !free
throw, Ray Scott scored a layup
and Marin then added two more
1foul shots, however, to put the
' game out of reach.
Earl Monroe also scored 28

Milne. He displayed the form
which made him last year's Big
Ten champion in the 50 and 100
yard freestyles. Milne easily took
the ;50 in 21.7. and the 100 in 47.8.
In addition, he anchored P un-
due's 400 yard freestyle relay.
The only other Boilermaker to
take a first place was John Lee in
the 200 yard breaststroke.
Mike Casey was a double win-
ner for the Wolverines. The soph-
a more d'istance freestyler took
the 500 yard freestyle in 5:09.2
and the 1000 freestyle in 10:43.5,
In the 200 yard freestyle, Mike
O'Connon and George"P e ac h
swept first and second for: Mich-
igan. O'Connor's winning time
was 1:50.9. Although Tim Sulli-
van only took second in the 100
yard free, his 49.4 clocking was
by far his' best time of the year.
Michigan divers Al Gagnet and
Paul McGuire swept both the 1
and 3 meter boards. McGuire cap-
tured first in the 1 meter event
with 243.45 points while Gagnet
won the 3 meter event with 255,2
points.
Captain Lee Bisbee easily won
the 200 yard butterfly in 1:59.8.
His margin of victory was nearly
half the length of the pool, fin-
ishing ,0 seconds ahead of his
closest competitor.
Other Wolverine winners were
sophomores Carl Hiller and Wes
Allen. Hiller was first in the 200
yard individual medlay while Al-
len won the 200 yard backstroke.
400 MEDLEY RELAY -- 1. Michigan
(R. Allen, Bates, Bisbee, Sullivan),
3:44.9; 2. Purdue.
1000 YARD FREESTYLE -- 1. Casey

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son (M). .
ONE METER DIVING - I. McGuire
(M), 243.45; 2. Gagnet (M); Kriesle
(P).
200 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. O'Con-'
nor (M), 1:50.9; 2. Peach (M); 3. Lind-
strom (P).
50 YARD FREESTYLE -- 1. Milne
(P), 21.7; 2. Harmony (M); 3. Moore
(M). I
200 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY: I.
Hiller (M), 2:08.0; 2. Sharp (P); 3. R. 1
Allen (M).
THREE METER DIVING: 1. Gagnet
(M), 255.2; 2. McGuire (M); 3. Kriesle
(P).
200 YARD BUTTERFLY -- 1. Bisbee
(M), 1:59.8; 2. Ladouceur (P); 3. Ptah
(P)'. . in
100:-YARD. FREESTYLE-1.Mm
(P), 47.8; 2. Sullivan (M); 3. Lindstrom,-
(P).
j200 YARD BACKSTROKE - 1. R.
Allen (M), 2:09.0; 2. Woodward (P); 3.
Kin (P).
500 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Casey
(M), 5:09.3; 2. Hincz (P); 3. Lyons (P).
200 YARD BREASTSTROKE -. 1.
Lee (P), 2:21.4; 2. Bates (M); 3. Hiller
(M)..
400 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Pur-
due, 3:19.2; 2. Michigan (Moore, O'Con-
nor, Mertz, Peach).
SCORE: 74-49.

Call 662-6075 or 668-8442

points for the Bullets, and
McGlockin got 37 and Flynn
binson 30 for Milwaukee.

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