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Page Seven

Saturday, February 22, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, February 22, 1969 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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By JIM FORRESTER ;
Associate Sports Editor
The Michigan icers outskated,
outchecked and outhustled league
leading North Dakota and surged
to a 7-3 victory in the Coliseum
last night.
From the opening face-off it
was apparent that the Wolverines
were inspired as they took the
play to the Nodaks.
Michigan scrapped to a 3-2 ad-
vantage after, two periods and,
then wrapped the game up with
a four goal explosion in the lastj
stanza.
The period's first goal. theI
eventual winning margin, was a
picture perfect play as Barney
Pashak and Brian Slack set up:
Doug Galbraith's first of two
tallies.
Pashak took the puck over the:
blue line and passed to Slack who
was skating hard toward the right
of North Dakota goalie Gary Sev-
erson. Slack drew Severson to his
right and then passed across the
goal mouth to the barreling Gal-:
braith who shoved the puck home
for an easy goal.
The game started, though, as.
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NIGHT EDITOR:
ELLIOTT BERRY
Nodak wingman Jim Charles-
worth took the puck at the Mich-
igan blueline and weaved the stripe
for several seconds before taking
the puck into the Wolverine zone.
By this time co-captain B o b
Munro had positioned himself to
the right of goalie Jim Keough
but the expected whistle for off-
side never came.
Munro took the pass and s h o t
but Keough made an excellent
save. Then the Wolverines m a d e
their only mistake of the night as
the puck cleared to North Da-
kota's Dave Kartio who rifled his
20th goal of the campaign from
just 15 feet in front of the net.

Slack's close range shot.
North Dakota managed ano Sher
goal at 15:35 from Larry Dobson
but the Wolverines were not about
to let the visitors have the list
say as Paul Gamsby fired a fierce
slap shot past a reeling Severson.
Renfrew cited the entire team
for their fine play, but singled out
netminder Keough for his excel-
lence in stopping 34 Nodak blasts.
"Keuogh played great goal and
has for the past several games."
Keough commented on his fine
night in the nets saying, "Its
bloody well time."
It may be bloody well time for
the entire Michigan Hockey con-
tingent as playoffs loom ahead
in just two weeks.
North Dakota I I I - 3
MICHIGAN 1 2 4 - 7
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: 1. ND-
Dobson (Tuff) 7:05. 2. M-Glendinning
(Binnie, Deeks) 15:55. PENALTIES: M-
Bench (Too' many men on the ice) 1:57;
M-Glendinning (Charging) 6:26; M-
Perrin (Tripping) 10:43; ND-Duncan
(Elbowing) 13:07; ND-Johnston (Slash-
ing) 15:41; M-Deeks (Holding) 16:17.
S ECOND PERIOD SCORING: 3. ND-
Kartio (Charlesworth, Munro) 5:01; 4.
M--Falk (Gamsby, Galbraith) 12:26; 5.
~M-Deeks (Glendinning) 14:21 (add as-
s ist-Rinnie). PENALTIES: ND-Hud-

By NORM SCHERR
It is not too often that fresh-
men have the opportunity of ex-
hibiting their budding talent.
Overshadowed by their varsity
counterparts, they must wait for
eventual promotion to the lime-
light.
This Saturday at 1:30 the frosh
will star in their own super-spec-
tacular, headlined by Olympians
Mark Spitz and George Smith, at
Matt Mann Pool as Michigan hosts
the Third Big Ten Invitational
Freshman Swimming Meet.
Coach Gus Stager has promised
that "this will be the best meet
to date, with fierce competition
between the Big Three'-Ohio
State, Indiana and Michigan. We
won the first two Invitationals,
but the calibre of this year's op-
posing talent is formidable." Ohio
State and Indiana are favored for
the top spots, with Michigan a
likely third.
Indiana's frosh, the spring that
feeds the number one team in the
nation, boasts such boastables as
four medal Olympic winner Mark
Spitz, who holds national high
school records for the 200 freestyle
and butterfly, and Canadian
Olympian George Smith, with a
1:58.9 for the 200 individual med-
ley.
Jimmy Counsilman's (Coach
Doc's son) best mark so far is a
1:00.5. in the 100 breaststroke.
Leading the distance men, Ohio
All-Stater Bill Baird set a 1:44.4
for the 20 freestyle against SMU.
Stager commented on the young
Hoosiers, "The Buckeye under-
lings have sprinter Bill Catt, All-
State for Ohio, certainly one of
the top in the nation, and Penn-
sylvanian Reed Slevin, high school
national leader in the backstroke.
Brad Routson, who beat Indiana's
Bill Baird earlier this year, also
ranks nationally."
What counter wave of talent can
the Wolverines muster? Sprinter
Pat McCord clocked a 22.1 in a
meet against MSU, when Michigan
dunked State by more than 30
points.
Filling the butterfly positions
will be Byron MacDonald, Jeff
Thornburgh, and Ed Kenehen.

'another exercise in rustrationf or
it's Officia
WASHINGTON (A)' - T e d
Williamt, baseball's greatest
living hitter, was named offi-
cially last night as manager of
the Washington Senators.
The Senators, worst team in
~' the majors last year, gave the
fabled Hall of Fame hitter a
plush slice of stock and a five
year contract that will make
him the richest paid pilot in
baseball.
$ the Wolverines. Despite the fire
the team carried onto the ice, they
found themselves facing a 1-0
deficit as Larry Dobson tipped in
a pass from Bob Tuff at the 7:05
mark while the icers were a man
short.
Michigan managed to tie the
score before the end of the per-
iod as Doug Glendinning flicked in
the loose puck from short range
through a pile of players in front
of the Nodak goal. Michigan had
been on the power play only 14
seconds when Randy Binnie dug
the puck out of the left corner and
# passed to Don Deeks who then
shoved the puck to Glendinning
to knot the score.
The second period was almost
an instant replay of the first but
with the difference that Michigan
picked up an extra goal.
North Dakota scored first, but
on what may be described as a
suspicious play.

But from that point on the son (Roughing) 7:59; M-Pashak
game was all Michigan. Merle (Roughing) 7:59; ND-Johnston (Slash-
Falktie thegam at 2:2 asing) 8:45; ND-Hudson (Interference)
Falk tied the game at 12:26 as 11:45; ND-Johnston (2-Roughing, 10-
North Dakota's Don Hudson sat Misconduct) 15:11.
in the penalty box for' interfer- THIRD PERIOD SCORING 6. M-
ec.The line of Falk, Dave Per- Galbraith (Pashak, Slack) 8:50; 7. M-
ence. Tkr Hansen (Gamsby, Perrin) 12:15; 8. M-
rin 'and Paul Gamsby has had Galbraith (Slack, Pashak) 13:01; 9. ND
problems of late but exploded -Dobson (Duncan, Tuff) 14:53; 10. N-
Gmtwice and set up a third score I~~sby (Gross) 18:11. PENALTIES: ND
-Lanigan (Interference) 15:35; M-
against the Nodaks. t Domm (Cross-Checking) 19:23;
"It's the best we've skated," ex- SAVES BY GOALIES:
planedanelaed al. Ad tenSeverson, N. Dakota 8 10 11-29
plained an elated Falk. And then Keough, Michigan 11 14 0-34
Gamsby added, "We've got too - --
much speed to waste." tVT?1
Don Deeks put Michigan ahead BUCKEYES OVER
to stay less than two minutes later.
Randy Binnie took the puck from,
two North Dakota players in the
corner to the right of the net and w olver
passed to linemate Glendinning
who was being belted by two rmoreA
Nodak defenders. By MORT NOVECK
But while the men from wind- t Michigan swimmers jumped out'
swept Grand Forks were occu- to a quick lead against Ohio State
pying themselves with Binnie last night at the Matt Mann pool
Glendinning shoved the puck to and coasted to an easy 79-44 vic-
Deeks who put a fine shot past tory.
L a sprawled Severson.-The Wolverines completely out-
Then came the third neriod classed, the Buckeyes, taking 10
fireworks. firsts in 13 events. The large dis-
After Galbraith's score, Lars parity in score was due to the
Hanse loosed a low whistling Ohio team's attitude. According
slap-shot from just inside the blue to Michigan coach Gus Stager,
1line. The puck carromed off a "John Bruce, Ohio's coach, t o 1d
Nodak skate and into the net. me that he was going to slack off
"That has been happening to but I didn't think that he would.
me all year," said Hansen, "the From the results of the meet, it is
puck has been hitting something evident that he did. They were off
but bouncing, away from the net. in several events, especially the
Now its bouncing in." 500-yard freestyle. Ohio can swim
Not even a minute went by on much better than this."
the scoreboard clock before Gal- Stager attributes Ohio's attitude
braith netted his second goal of to the impending Big Ten Champ-
the night on a rebound of Brian ionships. "This is the last time,

-Daily-Peter Dreyfus
MICHIGAN FORWARD DON HEYLIGER battles North Dakota players for the puck as the scram-
bling Wolverine was typical of the icer's play last night. Michigan came out skating and never let
up as they routed the first place Sioux 7-3.

WHELMED:

Mark Spitz
Greg Goshorn will perform at
backstroke while middle distance
will be covered by Ed Watts and
Harry Duffield.
Distance swimmer Dave Kelley
should easily better his marks of
10:28 and 5:04 for the 1000 and
500 freestyle events. "Although we
are a little weak in the breast-'
stroke, we still have good balance
in the other events," commented
Diving Coach Dick Kimball, the
meet manager.
"As for diving, the prime com-
petition will be from Ohio State's
Todd Smith, Indiana's Jack
Laughlin and Tom Eldridge, con-
sidered among the nations top
three prep divers a year ago, Min-
nesota's Curt Lincoln, and Wiscon-
sin's Tony Rueff." Michigan's en-
tries will include divers Jim Creed,
Joe Suriano, John Hamilton and
Rusty Ross.
Besides the Big Three, MSU,
Iowa, Minnesota, Purdue and Wis-
consin will have entries in the
Invitational, which will be run on
a dual meet format.

mie

tankers sink OSU

that we'll schedule a meet at this
time in the season. It's too close to
the Big Ten contest and no one
feels like swimming."
Regardless of the reason for
Ohio's poor performance, the Wol-
verines had an easy time drown-
ing them. Mike O'Connor had no
trouble in the opening rage, the
1000-yard freestyle, winning in
10:16.95,
One meter diving, the pext event,
proved to be one of the high spots
of the meet. Michigan's Dick
Rydze put on an excellent show.
The most exciting race of the
meet was the 400-yard medley
relay. OSU's Jack Hulme set a
fast pace in the opening back-
stroke leg, forcing the Wolverine
swimmers to press to catch. up.
Tim Sullivan finally pulled ahead
for Michigan in the final length
of the freestyle leg to capture the
race for the blue in 3:37.7, one
second under the NCAA qualify-

discount records,
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Mason new grid aide at ,Purdue

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ing time.

By JOEL BLOCK
Sports Editor
Tony Mason, Michigan assistant
football coach for the past five
years, has accepted an offer to be
an assistant coach for Purdue this
coming season,
Mason, who was both offensive
line coach and offensive coor-
dinator for the Wolverines will
switch over to be defensive coor-
dinator for the Boilermakers.
He will be replacing Don Fuoss
who handled linebackers and cen-
ters for Purdue in addition to his
duties as defensive coordinator.
Fuoss was recently named head
coach at Middle Tennessee State.
Purdue head football coach Jack
Mollenkopf had high praise for
his new assistant, "I feel I couldn't
have found a finer assistant coach
in the country. Mason will work
well into our over-all plans in that

we like to do a lot of recruiting Times in most 01 the other
in Ohio and Mason's high school races were not as fast as-hey have
coaching experience there will be been in previous meets. The reason
a great help" jfor this was again the upcoming

-Daily-Andy Sacks
WOLVERINE DIVER DICK RYDZE displays near perfect farm
off the one meter board in yesterday's victory over Ohio State
at Matt Mann Pool. Coach Dick Kimball credited Rydze with
his best performance of the season.
Mich., 1:57.72; 2. DI. Allen, Mich.; 3. wan, OSU.
Brady, OSU. 200 YARD BREASTSTROKE - 1.
100 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Bob Mahler, Mich., 2:17.15; 2. Howard, OSU;
Zann, Mich., 48.30; 2. Kircher, Mich.; 3. 3. Crane, OSU.
McCormick, OSU.T, 400 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.1
200 YARD BACKSTROKE - 1. Hlme,1 Michigan (Bello, Arusoo, Moore, Har-

Mason is presently out on a
speaking tour of Pennsylvania and
could not be reached for comment.
Mason has been considering sev-
eral coaching offers ever since the
appointment of Bo Schembechler
as the new Wolverine head foot-
ball coach. Included in the more
than 15 job offers was the h e a d
coaching position at Wichita
State.
As of yet he still has not given
his resignation to the Board in
Control of Intercollegiate Athle-
tics.
Michigan Athletic Director Donj
Canham and Assistant Athletic
Director Bump E 11 i o t t both
thought Mason will be successful
at Purdue. "It's a good move for
him," commented Canham, "and
I'm glad to see him find some-
thing that he wanted." Canham
went on, "They've got a lot of
good material on their team and
they'll be even tougher with him
on their staff."
"Mason is considered one of the
most capable coaches in the coun-
try and I'm pleased for him to
work for Purdue," Elliott said. "I
think it is the best opportunity
for him at this time out of all the
offers 'he had."

Big Ten meet. "We were only in-
terested in winning, not in times,"
asserted Stager. "We got control
of the meet from the beginning
and never had to press."

Another facet of Stager's meet 2
YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Casey, FINAL SCORE: Michigan 79; Ohio
plan was to give his workhorse Mich. 4:58.26; 2. Harrison, OSU; 3. Co- State 44.
swimmers a rest. Junior Juan Bel- ----
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Thinclads ready for Big Tens,
overwhelm Hawkeyes, 100-49
By ERIC SIEGEL Midlam, however, was dissatis-
The ichgan hinladscan '}fled with his performance, saying,1
The Michigan thinclads con- I didn't run as well as I could "
tinued their preparation for next ,,.
week's Big Ten conference meet have."
as they galloped past Iowa's hap- By the time the Wolverines took
less Hawkeyes, 100-49, last night the mark for the two-mile run,
at Yot Fied Houe. Ithey were ahead of the Hawkeyes.
at Yost Field House. 86-39. But they continued to apply
The Wolverines rolled up 13 ;the pressure, once again showing
l first place finishes in 16 events t heir strength in the distance
on their way to the victory, events by sweeping the event.
Head Coach Dave Martin -was ;-In the field events, Michigan
enthusiastic about Michigan's per- had fine performances from high-
formance. "I'm very satisfied," jumping Gary Knickerbocker, who1
commented Martin. "We had leaped over the 6'8" mark, and

Matt Mann Pool
February 21, 1969
1000 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. O'Con-
nor, Mich., 10:16.95; 2. Casey, Mich.; 3.
McCarthy, OSU.
ONE METER DIVING - 1. Rydze,
Mich., 299.80; 2. Finneran, OSU; 3. Jinn
Kirklin, OSU, 275.25.
400 YARD MEDLEY :RELAY -- 1.
Michigan (Arusoo, Mertz, Mahler, Sul-
livan 3:37.70; 2. Ohio State.
200 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Kin-
kead,'Mich., 1:49.92; 2. M. Allen, Mich.;
3. Heacock, OSU.
50 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Greg
Zann, Mich., 22.13; 2. McCormick, OSU;
3. Kircher, Mich.
200 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Harrison, OSU, 2:03.37; 2. Robertson,
Mich.; 3. Hiller, Mich.
THREE METER DIVING -- 1. Fin-
neran, OSU, 311.25; 2. Kirklin, OSU; 3.
McGuire, Mich.
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strong efforts in many of the Ron Shortt, who pole-vaulted
events." 15'6".
One of the strongest efforts of Assistant Coach Jack Harvey,
the evening was turned in by cap who supervises the Wolverine field
tain Ron Kutchinski, who set a efforts, was "very satisfied with
new Yost Field House record in the progress of the team."
the 1,000 yard run with a time of -"Knickerbocker and Shortt have
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record last week in the. 600 yard said.
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almost two seconds. Big Tens," added Burnley. "We
The rest of the Wolverine looked real good today. The new
sprinters, while not establishing (track) surface has kept down
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