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Saturday, December 6, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Saturday, December 6, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

MSU

skaters

'check'

Michigan

3-2

By ELLIOTT BERRY
Michigan State's icers took a'
cue from their grid counterparts
as once again a fired up Spartan
squad swarmed all over a favored,
group of Wolverines. The inspired'
Spartans forechecked tenaciously
as they skated to a 3-2 victory
over and totally frustrated Michi-
gan last night at the Coliseum. NIGHT EDITOR:
Michigan State grabbed the lead CHRIS TERAS
with two goals midway in the
third period then sent their "green give the Wolverines a 2-1 lead at
wave" forechecking the flustered the 3:21 mark of the final stanza.
Wolverines to protect their mar-I
gin. BUT THAT lead didn't hold up
"They sune made us look bad { long as Spartan winger Bob Pa-
after we got behind," lamented tullo scored a power play goal
Michigan coach Al Renfrew, "we within less than a minute after
got frustrated and we just couldn't Wolverine defenseman Tom Marra
make anything click." was whistled off for an illegal
check.

play we would have lost a lot
worse," the coach admitted.
The generally chippy game was
marred by two different clashes.
The first deprived both teams of
the services a starting defenseman
for the remainder of the weekend
series and the second almost
caused a serious injury to the
Spartan's star of the evening Bill
Fifield.
AT 12:12 of the final period
Michigan rear guard "Punch" Car-
tire engaged State's Jerry De-
Marco in some hearty fisticuffs
but before either could gain a
knockout both were off to the
showers and out for the series.
'The later incident occurred with
the Wolverines desperately trying .
to mount a game tying drive with
ly ciy d~nn left in .hP Po -

"THERE'S NO doubt about it.- Less than six minutes later onlysiseoaiU iLi
Our forechecking gave us the Michigan State collected the test andgoalierBagnell lifted for
game. We were on top of them clincher when the team's leading sixth attacker.
all the time and forced their mis- scorer, Bill Fifield collected his Michigan's freshman forward
takes," noted Spartan coach Amo second tally of the evening at Mickey Shaw slashed Fifield in
Bassone. "They're (Michigan) a 110.47. Once again Thompson the face after Shaw had taken a
fast team so you have to get thempicked up the assist as he took questonable check. The slash
before they get started, and that's the puck from Marra and whipped opened a deep cut just below Fl-
exactly what we did," Bassone + it to Fifield who put it away past field's eye and would most prob-
:ontinued. Wolverine netminder Karl Bag- ably have cost Shaw a series sus-
It was close checking affair all nell. pension had the referee seen it.
the way through but it looked like Aside from Bagnell, Renfrew
the Wolverines were going to slip BAGNELL HAD no chance on could find little to smile about
by as they got a great break when that or any of the other Spartan in last night's contest. He did
Barney Pashak bounced the puck goals and he was credited with praise junior forward Brian Black
off a Spartan defenseman into the with "skating a great game." Slack
net to give off the Spartan's a "terrific performance" by Ren- set up the Wolverines' first goal
superb goaltender Rick Duffet to frew. "If it wasn't for his great in the second period as he dashed
---_-----~ down the wing and slid a pass to
Bucky Straub who scored his first
marker for the Maize and Blue.

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Bucky Straub (1Z7) Scores for Michigan

MORAL DEFEAT

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tie

Terrapins

Michigan State 0 1 2--3
Michigan 0 1 1--2
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: None.
Penalties: M--Cartier (Slashing)
3:11; M-Gagnon (Roughing) 6:17; M-
Cartier (Holding) (Misconduct) 7:14;
MS-M. DeMarco (Holding) 8:52; MS-
Pattullo (interference) 14:23; M-Mal-
lette (Charging) 16:04.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: 1. M-
Straub (Slack) 16:04; 2. MS-Fifield
(Watt, Thompson) 12:24. Penalties: MS

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I201 HILL ST

By AL KAUFMAN
Michigan's wrestlers panted and
gasped their way to a 15-15 tie
with the invading Maryland Ter-
rapins yesterday afternoon at the
Events Bldg.
The Wolverines, as a whole,E
seemed to have more talent than
the Terrapins, but the out-of-
staters came to town hoping for1
an upset over the seventh ranked
Michigan team, and the Terrapins
combined desire with good con-
ditioning to partially achieve their
goal.
Michigan Assistant Coach Rick
Bay indicated that he was satis-
fied with the team's overall per-
formance, considering it was thej
first meet, but pointed out thatj
"conditioning is the number oneI
thing in wrestling, and we have
some conditioning problems."
Bay said that the wrestlers in
the middle weights were the weak-
est in this regard.
THE MIDDLE weights were, in
fact, the key to match. Michigan's
strong lower weights had provided'
the team with a 9-3 lead, as Jerry
Hoddy at 118, Ty Belknap at 134,;
Knicks def
record effo
By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - The New York
Knicks survived a sluggish first
quarter, turned red hot in the
third and then held off a late
Baltimore rally for a 116-107 Na-
tional Basketball Association vic-
tory last night.
The Bullets jumped to a 25-13
lead in the first period. The Knicks
cut the margin to 32-24 by the
end of the quarter.
Royals rom p
CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati
NBA Standings

tnd Mark "Puppy" King at 142 single ankle pickup to take Head-
easily disposed of their opponents. rick down. Callahan rode Head-1
The only loss for Michigan in rick most of the third period onk
the lower wei hts came at 126 _ the wa to a 9-3 win

If Sanger had been able to Free Rawls, who frequently used an
his leg, he most likely would have arm-drag takedown as a point-
been able to pin his opponent. getter in last year's matches,
However. Haan kept firm hold on showed a new move twice in the

as Maryland's John Baker strug- Sanger's leg, and when Sanger second period-a step behind re- -Price (Delay of Game) 3:42; M-Per-
oled on even terms with Michi- THE 158 MATCH was the most tired Haan was able to remove versal. (High Sticking) 9:35; M-Slack (10tk-
gan's Tim Cech until Cech ran uncertain of the meet, as Michi- himself from danger and complete The 190 match was the dullest ig) 10:34; MS -F. De31arco (Charging)
out of gas in the middle of the gan's Jim Sanger and Maryland's his takedown maneuver. of the meet, as Mchigan's Ther 13:57.
second period, whereupon Baker Joel Haan rolled all over the mat lon Harris managed to take down THIRD PERIOD SCORING: 3. M-
proceded to wrap up a convincing attempting to gain advantage. SANGER, though obviously tired, Maryland's Mark Reid in the irst ( s)3:21; 4. MS-Pate
13-8 win. Sanger earned two points in the refused to give up, and managed period, and protected his lead (Thompson) 10:47. Penalties: M-Marra
However, Michigan lost all three first period for a single leg take- to reverse Haan. The Maryland throughout the match. (illegal check) 4:19; M--Doug Heyliger
of its matches in the middle down, and went into the second grappler quickly escaped, andnear "Harris turned in a good per(Charging) 8:16; M-Cartier (Fighting,
weights, and this prevented Mich- period with a 2-0 lead. the end of the period took Sanger forince fo ashmd dnot lng, mi.) 212: MS-Prie (Ca-
igan from winning the meet. Sanger had the up position in down with another single leg take- Coacfabut he needs to working ) 12:12; MS-ranen(rg)
Lane Headrick, wrestling at 150, the second period, but Haan quick- down. Thus, the second period och Bay, n his moves from underneath " :M--Shaw (5 min major, H igh
was the only Michigan wrestler ly escaped, and attempted a single ended with Haan in the lead 6-4. rssticking) 19:54.
to enter the second period at a leg takedown. As the wrestlers The third period started with refering to Harris inability to Goalie Saves:
Thethid prio strte wih ecap frm Rid n te tir agufet, Michigan Sat 12 1017-29
deficit, and Maryland's Curt Cal- fell to the mat, Sanger countered Maryland's Haan on top, but period mtBagnell, Michigan 12 10 15--37
lahan maintained the pressure in with a whizzer, and nearly forced Sanger quickly reversed him. As
th estesroldarudte :.: ........... .
the second period, twice using a Haan's shoulders to the mat. the werstlers rolled around the :
mat, Haan obtained a reversal, Tved the dyLi H
which was quickly followed by a provided the emotional high point u' L 0flings
predicament as he nearly forced heJmeT, eventhough Mich-:::::::
This JW eekend in Sports Sanger's shoulders to the mat. ans Jim Thomas eventually lost East Division
to Maryland's Len Swanson. W L T Pt GF GA
The exhauste Wolveinetal- Thomas weighs 200, which is New York 1446 34 80 56
TODHA Y lied, and, in a last attempt, re- veylgtfrahayegt n Montreal 12 3 8 32 81 50
BASKETBALL-Michigan at Davidson versed Haan. Haan quickly re- Very light for a heavyweight, and Boston 11 5 7 29 82 66
ined advantage and the match he was outweighed by 50 pounds. Detroit 10 8 5 25 63 60
HOCKEY-Michigan at Michigan State adnd the His escape from the down posi cago 0 7 5 25 59 45
WRESTLING-Pittsburgh at the All-Events Building, 3 p.m nded with Sanger suffering a n i ehe fcomd teown osih Toronto 8 10 3 19 57 65
tion in he secodestrDivisionh
GYMNASTICS-Big Ten Invitational at Champaign 12-8 defeat. Wetstinth sconvpridirogh
aa loud cheer from the fans at the st. Louis 11 8 4 26 73 54
Quinn faced Maryland's Randy
Qd meet, and for the rest of the meet Minnesota 7 9 5 19 61 63
Umberger, his teams outstanding the home fans were solidly behind Pittsburgh 7 10 5 19 55 63
wrestler. Though he was penalized T Philadelphia 4 8 9 17 51 63
V t "twice for stalling, Quinn turned 'Tomas. In spite of the fans sup- Oakland 6 15 2 14 46 84
7 ',ina rity erormnc aaint- n port, Thomas went down to a 5-3 Los Angeles 4 16 1 9 44 83'
obviously Superior opponent. defeat. Philadelphia at Oakland, inc.
oin uly speror h ance a in gseda' a e
rt Ws oroyals captainin place of the Injured
Lou Hudson, turned in a fine per-
formance at 177, and soundly beat
Royals, led by Johnny Green with ing him with seven seconds re- Maryland's Pat McCall, 14-6. A BRA H A M KA PLA N
31 points and 20 rebounds, last maining, cutting the margin to STATISTICS
Friday night defeated the West- one point again. 118 pounds-Jerry Hoddy (M) dec. Gary Professor of Philosophy
emn Division leading Atlanta On the inbounds play, Larry Mulligan (Md.), 12-4.
Hawks 156-127, settIng a Royals' Siegfried threw the ball to Em- 126 pounds-John Baker (Md.) dec. Tim I WILL PRESENT A LECTURE ON
scoring record in the National Cette Bryant an d immediately cch (M), 13-8.
i Casette ryant and mmediately134 pounds-Ty Belknap (M)de.TmLtf
Basketball Association. took a return pass, but referee my Talbert (Md.), 93 dec. Tom THE PHILOSOPHY OF HA IDISM
Four of the Royals scored more 1 Jack Madden ruled that Siegfried 142 pounds-Mark King (M) dec. Bob
than 20 points shooting at a 54 was still out of bounds and award- Belott (Md.), 8-3.
percentage rate in the fast break- 150 pounds-Curt Callahan (Md.) dec. SUNDAY, DEC. 7, 8:00 P.M.
penagerate intefaed the ball to the 76ers, who made ane Headrick (M), 9-3.
ing effort. the most of the opportunity. 158 pounds--Joel Haan (Md.) dec. Jim

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BOSTON - Hal Greer climaxed
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night as the Philadelphia 76e-s'
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Dozens of angry fans stormed
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Scores
Duquesne 120, Marshall 7.
Kansas State 64, Creighton 56
Alabama 87, Morris Brown 85
St. Francis, N.Y. 76, Pace College 69
Oberlin 79, Heidelberg 77
Colorado St. 82, N. Texas St. 60
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167 pounds-Randy Umberger (Md.)
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177 pounds-Jesse Rawls (M) dec. Pat
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190 pounds-Therlon Harris (M) dec.
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