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Saturday, January 11, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

Saturday, January lI, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven
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Tankers

sink

Minnesota;

Icers

*Go phers, take
98,2,5 loss
By ROD ROBERTS
Spectators at Matt Mann Pool
last night witnessed the worst
drowning since the Ttianic, as
Minnesota was crushed 98-25 by a
mammoth iceberg, in the form of
Michigan's swim team.
A whole fleet of lifeboats could
not have saved the Gophers, as
they managed only one first and
one second all night. In fact, they
l couldn't catch one Wolverine
sWimmer in the first nine events.
What little competition Minne-
sotal was expected to offer never
really materialized. Even s t a r
swimmer Marty Knight was beat-
en in his specialty, the 200-yard
individual medley.
Juniors Juan Bello and G a r y
Kinkead took care of that event
as they took first aid second re-
spectively. Both of them broke the
two-minute mark in the IM, an
extremely fast time for this early
in t e season.
Kiuight did take first place in
the 200 backstroke, but Michi-
gan's top dorsal man, Kinkead, did
not enter the event.,
Divers Dick Rydze and J a y
Meaden also easily swept first and
Olympians
to highlight
Big, Tens
' By ROD ROBERTS
"Listos!" may have to replace
"Tape your mark!" at the Big Ten
Relays in East Lansing at 1:00
p.m. today. There will be so
many Olympians, ten in all, that
Mexico City lingo may be neces-
,sary to get them ready on the
blocks.
Although Michigan has t h r e e
Olympic veterans, Juan B e l1o,
Tom Arusso, and Bill Mahoney, it
won't take much to get them into
the water. They want to help
erase the memory of last year's
Big Ten Relays as soon as pos-
sible.
In that meet, Indiana took first
place in every event, setting re-
cords in all but two of them. This
year the powerful Hoosiers ar e
favored to win the meet again.
They have six Olympians them-
selves,' Including gold medalists
Charlie Hickcox and Don Mc-
Kenzie. But their margin of vic-
tory probably won't be quite so
big.
The Wolverine squad will have
solid entries in all the free re-
lays - 200, 400, 800, and 1500
yards - as well as the 300 but-
terfly, 300 individual medley, and
3-meter diving relays.
Michigan could win three of
these, depending upon where Juan
Bello and Gary Kinkead are.
Right now Kinkead is slated for
the 800 and 1500 free relays, and
either the 300 IM or 300 ba1ck-
stroke relay. Of the 400 free, 800
free, 300 IM, and 300 fly relays,
Bello will enter three.
Diving Coach Dick Kimball
hopes that his two best divers, Jay
Meaden and Dick Rydze, will up-
set Indiana's two Olympians on
the three-meter board. Mee a n -
while, he's putting Bruce McMan-
naman and Paul McGuire in the
one-meter event. Kimball ex-
plains, "I want to see what Bruce
and Paul can do under meet con-
ditions early in the season."
Hoping that his team will do
better than last year, Coach Gus
Stager says, "The first thing we
have to do is prevent the disaster
of last year when Indiana w o n

everything. Actually, we have a
real good chance to win a few of
these irelays.

Perrin s overtime goal caps
hard-fought Wolverine win

edge
daily
sports

Denver,
Glendinning and Lars Hansen withint
gave the momentum back to Den- called fo
ver. The Pioneers scored once is what1
while Michigan was short-handed Dave.
and put another in on a break- a pass f
away to tie the score as the period Michig
ended. scoring
' Denver controlled play almost night's g

three second he can be
r delaying the game. This
happened to Powers.
Perrin scored at, 18:49 on
Lrom Paul Gamsby.
gan may have lost high
Doug Galbraith for to-
game. Mid-way in second

By JIM FORRESTER
Jim Keough, Michigan's All-
American goalie, was nothing short
of fantastic last night as he kick-
ed away 45 Denver shots to lead
Michigan to a 5-4 overtime victory
against the Pioneers in the Col-
iseum.
Denver had breakaways, open
shots and plenty of rebounds but
were unable to take any kind of
command of the game.
In the lockerroom after the
game, Coach Al Renfrew awarded
the game puck to Keough, in spite
of the fact that Dave Perrin scored
the winning, sudden-death goal.
"I know this puck is Dave's,"
said Renfrew, "but I'm going to
give it to Jim."
The game almost did not make
it into overtime, though, as Den-
ver was pressing in the Michigan
end at the end of regulation time.
Then, in an instant so short as
not to be able to be measured,
Denver's Craig Patrick shot the
puck into the Wolverine net after
the buzzer. The Denver team
skated jubliantly onto the ice but
was soon let down as the official
signaled no goal to the wild cheers
of 3,200 partisan Michigan fans.
As the teams began the extra,
sudden-death period, it was evi-
dent both were very tired. The
game had begun extremely fast
and kept the hard pace almost
throughout regulation time.

Play +ranged from end to end
and the Pioneers had more than
one chance to end it all, but
Keough was surperb again as he
kicked away four more shots.
,To cheers of "Let's Go Blue"
the Wolverines put together a last
mighty effort and powered in to
the Denver zone. In a wild play
to the right of Pioneer goalie
Gerry Powers, Phil Gross pulled
out the puck and passed to Dave
Perrin who fired neatly between
Powers and the left post for the

I jexclusively in the third period and period the senior forward was
NIGHT EDITOR: scored first on a two-on-one slammed into the boards and col-
'break. Tom Gilmore stole a pass lapsed to the ice, but left under
PHIL BR1 and went down the ice with a his own power.
_ teammate trailing to the right. After the game Dave Perrin
Faking a pass to draw off Paul ecstaticly exclaimed, "This is our
Michigan was able to tie the Domm, Gilmore skated in front of greatest win of the year." And
game at the end of the period on the net and shot the puck under the greatest it was. But greater
what must be described as a lucky Keough's outstretched leg an in- hockey is in store tonight as the
play. Paul Gamsby got the loose stant before it touched the ice. same two teams collide again on

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puck behind the Denver net andI
passed out to Merle Falk, who
went sprawling as he barely tip-

-Daily-Jay Cassidy
BOB ZANN AND MIKE O'CONNOR (right) finished 1-2 in the
200 yd. freestyle at' Matt Mann Pool last night. Wolverine swim-
mers swept first and second place in nine of eleven individual
races, and won both relays as they swamped Minnesota 98-25.

second at one meter. Butterfliers
Tom Arusoo and Lee Bisbee came
through as expected in their 200-
yard event. Both of their times
were exteremely impressive for
this early in the season.
The sprinters won ' all their
events as Bob Harmony took the
50 free, George Peach the 1, 0 0,
and Bob Zann the 200. Rory
Moore, recently converted from a
diver, made a very strong showing
in the 50-yd. freestyle, but was
just touched opt by Harmony.
Stager was 'pleased that his
speedsters won all three events,
but expressed concern over their
times. "If we're going to b e a t
SIndiana in the freestyle relays,
some of these times are going toI
have to come down at East Lan-
sing."
Although he put some of his
slower swimmers in the relays they'
still won easily. The one note-
worthy split in these events came
from Bill Hahoney on his 10 0
breaststroke leg of the medley re-
lay.. His 60.5 time was amazing
especially as he is considered bet-
ter at 200 meters than as a sprint-
er.
Another breaststroker, senior
Jay Mahler pulled off the biggest,
surprise of the night. His 2:16.9
in the 200 was his best time ever
as he won by over two body
lengths. But Coach Stager almost
expected the performance.
He commented, "Jay has been
punishing himself all week. He's

in the 500 free and three-meter
diving respectively.
Stager couldn't hide his plea-
sure over the team's powerful
showing. "They did a lot better
than I thought they would. The
times in the individual medley,
butterfly, and breaststroke w e r -e
just great. But we're going to
have to do the same at East Lan-
sing, maybe even better if Mich-
igan is going to make a meet out}
of the relays with Indiana."

score and the game. ped the puck in front of the net
The night did not begin with to Paul Domm, who rammed the
such a blaze of glory, though. shot home.
Denver came out very fast and: Michigan controlled play as the
I controlled play for approximately second period opened, almost a
the first 15 minutes of the open- reversal of the action in the open-
ing period. Though the Wolverines ing 20 minutes. Michigan collected
were tough, they could not keep two goals in the period off the
up with the Pioneers and gave up sticks of Randy Binnie and Paul
the inevitable goal on a break- Domm.j
away by Bob Trembecky. But a double penalty to Doug
Higgins to playagain
Earle Higgins was granted new One condition of Judge Break-
life in basketball by Judge James cy's sentence banned Higgins from
Breakey yesterday. playing basketball, varsity or pro,
Higgins made second team NAIA for the length of his probation-
All-American last year as a sopho- five years.
more at Eastern Michigan, but in The decision prompted fierce
August he was convicted of illeg- criticism, and Higgins appealed it
ally entering an occupied dwell- on the grounds that it was a cruel
ing. and unusual punishment Yester-

Michigan tied the game while Colesium ice.
the Pioneers were shorthanded on FIRST PERIOD SCORING: Mich. -
a penalty to goalie Powers for d6- Domm (Gamsby, Falk) 18:13. Denver --
lay of game. In collegiate rules, Trembecky (Gould, Magnuson) 8:11.
lay f gme.In olleiat ruesPENALTIES: Denver - Gilmore (Trip-
if, upon catching the puck with ping) 19:-6.
no opposing players near, the SECOND PERIOD SCORING: Mich. -
goalie does not release the puck Binnie (Glendinning, Deeks) 6:51;
goali doe notDomm (Perrin, Falk) 18:23. Denver -
P-a---atrick (Magnuson) 13:32; Thiessen
(Miller, Morrison) 16:39. PENALTIES:
Mich. -. Pashak (High-sticking) 8:38;
W isconsin et Hansen (Charging) 12:13; Glendinnlng
*(High-sticking) 8:38,; Miller (Boardig)
H. ili flifl'[h 5:38; Patrick (Interference) 17:23.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: Mich. -
Perrin (Domm, Gamsby) 18:41. Denver
MADISON (1F') - Ivan B. "Ivy" - Gilmore (Unassisted) 15:58. PENAL-
Williamson, who helped preside TIES: Mich. - Perrin (High-sticking)
over the rise and fall of Wiscon- 15:29. Denver - Gilmore (Illegal Check)
sin football fortunes over a 20- 13:41; Zenian (High-sticking) 15:29;
Powers (Delay of Game) 17:01,
year span, was fired yesterday as OVERTIME PERIOD SCORING: Mich.
athletic director of the Big Ten - Perrin (Gross) 6:59. PENALTIES:
school. None.
Failue ofthe ootbal BagersSaves1 ,
Failure of the football Badgers Keough (Mich.) ' 13 15 13 4-45.
to draw capacity crowds into Powers (Denver) 14 11 10 3-38
Camp Randall stadium in recent Scoring
years has helped send the ath- Michigan 1 2 1 1-5
yasDenver 1' 2 1 0-4
letic department's budget tumbl-
ing more than $260,000 into the

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HEAVILY FAVORED:
Gymnasts face weak.Badgers
By CORINNE R. KASS
"Michigan will beat us," said
Wisconsin's coach George Bauer
y esterday. And this afternoon at
1:30 the Michigan Gymnastists
shouldtas they take on the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin and Minne-
sota's Mankoto State in a triple
meet at Madison.
According to Bauer, the usual
contenders for the Big Ten crownk
are suffering from injuries. Michi-
gan State has two men hurt and
Iowa, whigh is "not too strong"
this year already, has an injured v
ring man.
So, despite the fact that last
year's NCAA trampoline cham- I
pion, George.Huntzicker will not .

The board oich
day, Breakey read into the record T announced Williamson's removal
a letter from EMU President Har-ee w
old Sponberg which stated t h a t adasrein omte ol
Hldggian hdwhishsntedpthyat- be set up to search for a successor.
Higgins had shown exemplarya- The board said Williamson~
titude and conduct since being twould become a professor of ath-
Place on robaton.I letics in the department of edu-
Breakey indicated that he lifted cation at a salary of' $18,800 a
the basketball ban in response to year. He had drawn $23,000 as
Higgins' good behavior. athletic director.

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been working so .hard that the be ready for a full schedule of
time seems about right." competition for another two
Sophomores Mike Allen and Al weeks, Michigan's chances for a
Gagnet also picked up first places Big Ten championship look pretty
good.
1000-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. Arusoo (M); Kenney predicts a score of 188.5 ;
Ti Roberso3(M);3. Peterson (Minn.) in today's competition. Iowa's MICHIGAN GYM TEAM ca
ONE-METER DIVING - 1. Rydze (M). highest score so far this year has tam Rich Kenney, a still r
2. Meaden (M); 3. Madura (Minn.) been 188.45. specialist, leads his teamma
Points - 179.00. Wisconsin scored 152.75 against against Wisconsin and Manka
400-yd. MEDLEY RELAY - 1. Michi- Indiana and Iowa. Their chances State in a triple-dual meet
gan (Mertz, Mahoney, Bisbee, Kicher); of scoring much higher today look Madison today.
2. Minnesota; Time - 3:40.29. - o aio
200-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. B. Zann (M); rather dim. defend the parallel bars aga
2. o'Conner (M); 3. Lunberg (Minn.); Big Ten runner-up John Russo dfndRaher andDickR a
Time - 1:49.71. .represents Wisconsin's only real Ron Rapper and Dick Richa
50-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. Harmony (M); threat on ithe sidehorse and he Wisconsin is especially weak
2. Moore (M); 3. Scotland (Minn.) as been sick to add to the dis- the horizontal bar. Russo is c
200-yd. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY - 1. comfort of his bad ankle. He Will ing along but is hampered by
Bello (M); 2. Kinkead (M); 3. Knight be facing Mike Gluck, Jim DeBoo illness; Don Wallschlaeger is c
(Minn.); Time - 1:58.76. and Robert Wagner. ing along. Michigan is not es
THREE METER DIVING - 1. Gagnet Wisconsin's, Dick Nyborg, a cially weak in the high bar,k
(M); 2. McGuire '(M); 3. Madura tesnosMk asc
(Minn.); Points - 234.90. still-ring man has also been sick, the seniors-Mike Sassich
200-yd. BUTTERFLY - 1. Arusob (M); but will probably be able to com- Fred Rodney--should verifyt
2. Bisbee (M); 3. DeLaney (Minn.); pete against Kenney and Charlie today.
100-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. Peach (M) Froeming. Michigan's all-arounders
2. Lunberg (Minn.); 3. Sullivan (M); Michigan's floor exercise duo, elude Rick McCurdy and Sid ,
Time - :50.22. which would normally include sen, who is eligible this seme
200-yd. BACKSTROKE - 1. Knight George Huntzicker will include in- after competing in the Olym
(Minn.); 2.' Mertz (M); 3. R. Allen stead Fred Rodney and floor exer- last semester.
(M); Time - 2:05.25.
500-yd. FREESTYLE - 1. ,M. Allen 1 cise champ Dave Jacobs. They will Trampoline is another Wisc
(M); 2. Casey (M); 3. Peterson (Minn.); be meeting John Kugler and Curt sin weak point, but Dean Arn
Time - 5:01.16. Johnson. Bruce Drogvold and Curt Jo
200-yr. BREASTSTROKE - 1. Mahler Don Wallschlaeger, a Wisconsin son wil try their best. Trampo
(M); 2. Bates (M); 3. Fisher (Minn.); sophomore along with Bruce Drog- is a Michigan strong point: D
Time - 2.16.97. vold will vault against Michigan's Jacobs, George Huntzicker,t
400-yd. FREESTYLE RELAY- 1. Mich-
igan (G. Zann, Harmony, Moore, Ed Howard and Fred Rodney, Tim Wright are the best.
Peach); 2. Minnesota; Time - 3:18.63. Z while John Kulger will attempt to Good Luck Mankoto State.

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