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a Fint THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, March 2, 1969

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Wolverines

batter
By BILL CUSUMANO back
Associate Sports Editor Fife

Ba dgers
and leading the fast break. a man to man after only about
ended up with a foul shot and four minutes and used it for most

'-'-'--- -_ l nn

Michigan closed out the home Michigan led 31-20
basketball season by defeating The Wolverines could have bur-
Wisconsin 84-79 yesterday as the ied Wisconsin at that point but
Wolverines continued their drive let the opportunity get away from
for second place in the Big Ten, them. The Badgers, led by J i m
Led by Dennis Stewart, R u d y Johnson who had 19 first h a 1 f
Tomianovich and Dan Fife, the points, chipped away at the mar-

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Wolverines opened up an 11 point gin and came to within one at
lead midway through the first half halftime. However, they never
and then held on the rest of the were able to pass Michigan and
way, spent the second half futlely play-
Michigan broke the contest open ing catch-up,
with one four minute burst in the Michigan could not break the
first half. With the game only sev- game open mainly because they
en minutes old and the Wolver- could not keep up their momen-
ines holding a slight t w o point tum. After the one big explosion
edge, the Michigan fast break ex- they began to miss fast breaks
ploded for the only time in the and, did not move well on offense.
afternoon. Coach Johnny Orr admitted that,
Stewart whipped through the "It wasn't a' real well played game,
Badgers on a drive and then cash- though at times it was good. I
ed a free throw. Seconds later he thought we did real well when we
came back to hit a bank shot after got the 11 point lead. But on the
pulling in a rebound. whole, it wasn't well played."

of the remainder of the game, in-
cluding all of the second half.
"We weren't reacting in the
zone today," commented Orr, "so
we switched to the man to man."
We decided to try to force the
game more and put more pressure
on their guards."
The move worked out well as the
Badgers had trouble getting the
ball to Johnson in the second half
as Mark Henry and Ken Maxey
continually harassed the Wiscon-
sin backcourt. The two also com-
bined for 17 second half points,
many coming on plays that their
pressure defense started.
"Maxey got hot in the second
half and helped us and Henry just
did a real fine job," were Orr' s
thoughts on the guards' perform-
ances. Their second half play,
along with Stewart's 21 and Tom-
j anovich's 19 points enabled the
Wolverines to hold a safe lead to
the finish.
The win gives Michigan a 7-5
record in the Big Ten with just
two games to go. Second place is
a possibility but th e Wolverines
must beat Purdue and Ohio State
on the road to gain such a lofty
position.

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Wisconsin called for time but
could not slow down the Wolverine
onslaught. Stewart came right
back after the time out to hit on
another jumper and Tomjanovich
followed with two of his specialty
bank shots. Stewart then finished,
the bombing by leaping to grab a
rebound with one hand, which he
followed by dribbling behind his
Badgers Bombed

That the game was not a par-
ticularly excellent contest was evi-
denced by the fact that t w o of
Michigan's main weapons, the fast
break and the zone, were not very
effective.}
The Wolverines weren't able to1
use their rebounding advantage to
roll to easy scores as the lanes just
were not being filled. Part of the
trouble could probably be traced to
Bob Sullivan's bad ankle. The 6-4
forward from Manitowoc, Wiscon-
sin who usually is In the middle
of the break was noticeably slow-
ed by his injury and could only
net four points.

-Daily-Andy Srbas
DENNIS STEWART of Michigan attempts a reverse layup as Al Henry (54) and Tom Mitchell
look on. Stewart, playing in his final home contest, scored 21 points and was an important factor
in the Wolverine victory. Michigan played an uneven game in their home finals, but maintained
enough consistency to defeat the visiting Badgers by the score of 84 to 79.

-Daily-Andy Sac]
MICHIGAN'S RICH CARTER grabs a rebound with help fron
Rudy Tomjanovich in yesterday's 84-79 win over Wisconsin. Th
victory gives Michigan a 7-5 record and a decent shot at secon
place in the Big Ten.

MICHIGAN (84)
FG FT
>f Stew art,f 15-9 4-3
Sullivan. f 7-1 2-2
Tomj anovich, c 18-8 5-3
Fife, g 10-4 9-5
ks Maxey, g 13-6 0-0
Carter 2-0 6-4
n Edwards 5-2 1-0
Henry 5-3 2-1
e Totals 75-33 29-18
d TURNOVERS-13
WISCONSIN (79)
Nagle, f 11-4 0-0
, Johnson, f 25-11 8-6
Henry, c 18-8 4-2
Sherrod, g 12-4 6-3
Mitchell, g 4-0 1-1
Vogt 7-2 0-0
Schell 3-0 3-3
Burington 3-2 2-2
Conlon 0-0 0-0
Totals 83-31 24-17
TURNOVERS-12

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12
3
16
7
5
2
6
1
60
4
16
7
2
4
4
1
0
52

PF
2
2
5
1
3
0
3
2
18
2
2
3
4
1
2
2
1
22

TP
21
4
19
13

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12 "Sullivan wasn't even going to
play," said Orr after the game,
"but he wanted to play against
84 Wisconsin so we used him."
Orr finally decided to pull Sul-
8 livan and Willie Edwards played
28 the whole second half, turning in
18 a stalwart rebounding and defen-
11 sive performance. The Detroit
4,senior pulled in six caroms and
3 held Johnson to just nine points.
6 Michigan's other problem yes-
9terday, the zone, was negated al-
most immediately. Orr changed to

TENANTS:

WOLVERINES IN THIRD
State wrestlers romp on mat

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By JOE MARKER
EAST LANSING - Michigan'
State, cheered on by a wildly par-
tisan c r o w d of 2250, yesterday
dominated the Big Ten wrestling
championships as no other team
has ever done, and ran off with its
f o u r t h consecutive conference
championship.
The Spartans, with 93 t o t a 1
points and six- individual cham-
pions, bettered the record of 92
and five set by its NCAA champ-
ionship team of 1967.
Iowa, even though it had no in-
diidual champion, finished a dis-
tant second with 50 points, while
Michigan and Northwestern tied
for third with 44,
Jeff Smith and Keith Lowrance
led the Spartan domination of the
finals by quickly pinning their op-
ponents. Smith won his nineteenth
straight at heavyweight by crad-
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ling Wisconsin's Russ Kelickson
to the mat at 3:19 for his third
consecutive quick fall, and Low-
rance at 137 used a half-nelson to
eliminate' Northwestern's Steve
Buttrey in 2:59.
The only State finalist to suf-
fer defeat was Mike Ellis, w h o,
dropped a 10-8 decision to one of
Michigan's two winners, Lou Hud-
son.
Hudson's bout was easily t h e
most exciting of the afternoon, as
he and Mike Ellis locked up in one
of the strangest ever seen in the
tournament. All the points. of the;
bout except two, a predicament
scored by Ellis in the second per-
iod, were the result of reversals.
Going into the third period, El-I
lis led 4-2, but three times Hudson
pulled a switch on his opponent to
score six valuable points. Ellis
scored his three reversals on his
patented "Granby roll," named
Safter the high school which orig-
inated the move. T h e 'eventual
margin of victory was provided by
two points for riding time accum-
ulated by Hudson in the second
period.
Hudson's wrestling in the third
period was termed "very courag-
eous" by head coach Cliff Keen in
view of the fact that he wrestled
the entire third period with torn
cartilege in his chest.
JesseRawls was the only other
Wolverine to join Hudson in the
winners' circle, as he scored his
Big T t StandingsI
Michigan State 93
Iowa 50
MICHIGAN 41
Northwestern 41
Misnesota 24
Wisconsin 19
Illinois 14
Indiana 14
Ohio State 1L/
Purdue 0

third easy victory of the tourna- nell. In a tension-packed bout not
ment, a 12-4 romp o v e r Iowa's decided until late in the final per-
Steve DeVries. iod, he was upset by Michigan
Rawls appeared rather indiffer- State's Jack Zindel, 6-2.
ent after building up an early lead, Zindel took a 3-0 lead into the
and DeVries capitalized on this to final period, which he started in
draw close at 6-4 in the third per- the "up" position. However, Cor-
iod, when Rawls was penalized a nell scored a quick reversal to cut
point for stalling. After that, how- the margin to 3-2. After t h a t,
ever, the easy-going defending na- though, it was all Zindel as he es-
tional Junior College champion caped and scored a late takedown
took his opponent to the mat and to gain the championship.
nearly pinned him to lock up the Mike Rubin was the only other
victor'y. Wolverine to place in the tourna-
In appraising h i s tournament ment, as he downed Iowa's Mike
opposition afterwards, Rawls, in Briggs 5-2, in the consolation fi-
mock seriousness with a s m i 1 e nals to gain third place honors.
spread across his face, explained, Rubin had control of the b o u t
"They were all tough." from t h e first period on, as he
Captain Pete Cornell, the Wol-.quickly took his opponent down
verines' other finalist, was less for- for a 2-0 lead, and then built his
tunate than either Rawls or Cor- advantage until the final buzzer.
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123 pounds - Gary Bissell (MSU) dec.
Frank Nichols (Minn.), 7-1
130 pounds - LOU HUDSON (M) dec.
Mike Ellis (MSU), 10-8
137 pounds - Keith Lowrance (MSU)
pinned Steve Buttrey (NW), 2:59
145 pounds - Jim Lentz (Ind.) dec.
Bob Nicholas (Wis.), 14-8
152 pounds - John Abajace (MSU)
dec. Otto Zenan (NW), 4-1
160 pounds - Tim Muir (MSU) dec.
Rick Mihal (Ia.), 3-2
167 pounds - JESSE RAWLS (M) dec.,
Steve DeVries (Ia.), 12-4
177 pounds - Jack Zindel (MSU) dec.
PETE CORNELL (M), 6-3
Hwt. - Jeff Smith (MSU) pinned
Russ Hellickson (Wis.), 3:19
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