THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 19(66
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. JANUARY 8. 1986
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This Weekend in Sports
BASKETBALL-Michigan at Ohio State (channel 50 at 2:30)
HOCKEY-Michigan at Minnesota
Sports Building, 2:00 p.m.
GYMNASTICS--Michigan at Ohio State
SWIMMING-Big Ten Relays at Madison
BASKETBALL-Indiana at Yost Fieldhouse, 8:00 p.m.
'Bloodbath' Predicted in Grudge Match
As 'M' Meets OSU in League Opener
By STEVE FICK
"'Spirited,' he said with a'
twinkle in his eyes, "would de-
scribe ourtpractices this week, if
you want to use that word."
"Let's face it," said assistant
coach Tom Jorgensen, explaining
the smile on his face. "You can
get nur team excited for a game
against Wichita, or San Francisco,
"But what we really look for-
ward to is the Big Ten season-
so do all the other teams in it.
Going out and playing Arizona
State is just not the same thing
as going out and playing Ohio
State in the league opener."
Myers and Bankey
The Wolverines, with Jim My-
ers and Dennis Bankey as prob-
able starters in the places of
Craig Dill and the injured John
Thompson, will do just that this
afternoon when they meet Ohio
State's Buckeyes at 2:30 in Colum-
bus. It will be the first Big Ten
match of the season for both
The Maize and Blue will be
looking for revenge on the team
that soiled their otherwise perfect
conference record last year by
smacking them, 93-85, in Colum-
bus as Cazzie Russell sat out with
Ohio State, which cards a 5-4
record, is looking for a bruising
game too. "Anytime you go to
Ohio State for a game there's
going to be a bloodbath," said
Jorgensen. "Coach Fred Taylor
Starting off the new semes-
ter of publication with a thud,
an uninformed and unnamed
underling mistakenly labeled a
picture of gymnast Keith Coo-
ley with teammate Vic Con-
ant's name in yesterday's Daily.
Nevertheless, both gentlemen
will be displaying their abilities
this afternoon at Columbus in
a dual meet against OSU.
Under the right names, we
(of OSU) has said ever since last
summer that this is the one game
he's aiming for this season."
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job now, but we will use Craig
Dill to replace anyone up front if
we need to"-and a short stint by
John Clawson at guard on a day
when Jim Pitts was sidelined with
John Thompson remained on
the sidelines with a bad ankle
which may or may not mend fast
enough to let him play Monday
night 'against Indiana at home.
Jorgensen said that the Buck-
eyes had tried a sagging defense
against, Kansas' 6'11" Walt Wes-
ley and then followed up b' ex-
tending a press against Wake
Forest (whose guards average
about 55 points a game with little
help from the inside). There's
no doubt that some of the work
behind those well-guarded Colum-
bus gates was probably directed
toward finding an even newer de-
fense to stop one Cazzie Lee Rus-
Offensively, ,the Buckeyes have
been sustained by Bob Dove, Ron
Sepic, and Bill Hosket, each of
whom is averaging about 18 r.ints
per game, while the other two
starters, Mike Swain and Marv
Gregory, have a combined scoring
average of only 5 points per game.
Dove, a senior center and two-
time letterman, is occasionally re-
placed by Andy Ahijevych, an-
other double letter-winner and
Sepic, a junior letterman, is
spelled occasionally by Al Peters,
the team's only other dual letter-
man. Jorgensen describes the 6-4
Sepic, who switched to guard thns
year to give the team added
height, as "a good outside threat."
But Jorgensen's greatest praise
was for Hosket, the 6-7 forward
who is only a sophomore. He de-
scribed Hosket, who was a high
school All-America, as an out-
standing rebounder "who has the
ability to take complete control of
a game. Before he's through, he'll
be an All-America."
Jorgensen also commented brief-
ly on Indiana's Hoosiers, who in-
vade Yost Field House Monday
night for Michigan's first home
game of the conference schedule.
"Indiana's players don't have
much Big Ten experience"--their
top seven players from last year
graduated--"but they play a lot
more defense and a more organ-
ized offensive game under Lou
Watson than with Branch Mc-
So far this season Watson has
gone with three sophomores and
two seniors for his starting lineup.
Gary Grieger, a 6-4 forward, is
the senior with the most exper-
ience, having played 21 games last
year. Max Walker, a 6-1 senior,
teams with 5-10 sophomore Vern
Payne to form the Hoosiers' back-
Thedtwo remaining starting,
spots have been grabbed by Harry
Joyner, a 6-4 forward, and Dick
Schrumpf, a 6-9 center. Joyner,
Schrumpf, and senior Grieger re-
cently teamed to score 71 points
as Indiana surprisedtBradley-
previously unbeaten with 10 wins
-by handing them a 104-87 loss.
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Michigan
icers won their second straight
and strengthened their h'old on
fourth place in the WCHA by
literally tripping (and roughing)
Minnesota 5-4 last night.
In a wild game that saw 19
penalties called, the Wolverines
jumped off to an early lead, but
had to hold on for the decision,
their seventh against five losses.
The two teams will square off
again tonight in a rematch.
Dean Lucier opened the, scor-
ing, taking a pass from Mark
Thompson and ramming it into
the net at 12:44 of the first per-
iod. The opening stanza was rela-
tively quiet, with Minnesota's
Mike Crupi drawing two penalties
and Michigan's Bob Baird pulling
a ten minute misconduct for argu-
ing a double penalty call at 9:41.
In the second period, the Goph-
ers, now 2-4 in league play, good
for fifth place, bounced back to
knot the score on a power-play
goal by Dennis Zacho froA Jack
Dale and Frank Zywiec, with the
Wolverines Bill Lord serying time
THE REMARKABLE, INIMITABLE CAZZIE RUSSELL drives
past Duke's Jack Marin for two points in Michigan's loss to the
Blue Devils on December 21. Cazzie, whose 28.2 ppg place him
fifth in the nation, will be counted on heavily to lead the Wol-
verines past Ohio State.
NINTH STRAIGHT WIN:
Mich igan Tankers
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Add to the Buckeyes' fervor of
this season a string of Columbusr
victories over the Wolverines that
dates back to. 1947, the days of
Pete Elliott, and Jorgensen's pre-
diction of a bloodbath is far from
an overestimation of the battle.
Taylor, as if to dispel anyone's
doubts that what he said was
serious, held closed practices all
Wolverine practices, in the
meantime, featured Jim Myers at
center-"Jim pretty well has the
will net you
the clarifying Journal
Complete with 8 pages of:
Detroit 137, St. Louis 97
Los Angeles 126, Philadelphia 120
Colorado College 5, MSU 4 (ovt)
Brigham Young 91, Arizona State 81
Princeton 61, Yale 55
Columbia 77, Dartmouth 72
Cornell 96, Harvard 80
Penn 91, Brown 57
ALPHA PHI OMEGA,
FORMAL RUSH MEETING
JANUARY 10, 1966
Rooms 3 R & S Union
MADISON - Michigan's swim-
mers won their first encounter of
the season here last night by beat-
ing an improved Wisconsin squad
79-40 for their ninth consecutive
dual meet victory.
The Badgers started the meet
by winning two of the first three
events, but Michigan captured
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Wisconsin (Teetaery, Blanchard,
Lindley, Johanssen); 2. Michigan.
200-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Swano
(W); 2. Salassa (M); 3. Williams
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Groft
(M); 2. Luzelle (W); 3. Marsh (W).
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-
1. Wiebeck (M); 2. Orland (M); 3.
Huyer (W). Time-2:04.19.
ONE-METER DIVING - 1. B.
Brown (M); 2. Krug (WV); 3. F.
Brown (M). Points-286.60.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Robie
(M); 2. Lindley (W); 3. Pitman
100-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Walls
(M); 2. Hoag (M); 3. Marsh (W).
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. King-
ery (M); 2. Teetaert (WV);- 3. Orland
(M). Time-2 :02.89.
400-YD. FREESTYLE-i. Swam.
(W)); 2. Williams (M); 3. McBede
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Scheerer (M); 2. Banchard (I);
3. Taylor (W). Time-2:17.01.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY-i.
Michigan (Salassa, Brundage, Viny,
Schwarten); 2. Wisconsin. Time -
1000-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Farley
(M); 2. McBede (M); 3. Cloninger
THREE-METER DIVING - 1.. B.
Brown (M1) ;2. F. Brown (M); 3.
nine of the remaining 10 first
places for its initial triumph.
Diver Bruce Brown won both
the one- and three-meter diving
events for . the Wolverines, and
Fred Brown finished third and
second behind him.
Bill Swano, a Wisconsin sopho-
more, was the only other man to
win two individual events, taking
honors in the 200- and 500-yard
freestyle races. Wisconsin's only
other first came in the 400-Yard
medley relay, in which Jack Tee-
taert, Bud Blanchard, John Lind-
ley, and Carl Johanssen conbined
for a 3:41.08. Both of Swano's
efforts were good for Badger var-
Big Ten champion Bill Groft
took his specialty, the 50-yard
freestyle sprint, in a time of
:22.65. Two other conference
champs won their events for the
Wolverines. Carl Robie finished
the 200-yard butterfly in 1:56.43,
and Paul Scheerer swam 200 yards
of breaststroke in 2:17.01. Lind-
ley's time of 1:58 flat against
Robie was also a Wisconsin varsity
record, while Blanchard finished
just :00.70 behind Scheerer.
Bill Farley, another Big Ten
winner, swam the 1000-yard dis-
tance freestyle in 10:48.08. Junior
backstroker Russ Kingery picked
up where he left off last season
by taking the 200-yard back in
2:02.89, while Captain Rich Walls
won the 100-yard sprint in :49.14.
Bob Hoag finished second to
Ken Wiebeck, the Wolverines
most talked about soph, showed
his form in winning the 200-yard
individual medley with a timing of
2:04.19. Senior Rees Orland fin-
ished right behind him, and also
took a third in the backstroke.
Other sophomores came through
in their first competition also.
John Salassa snatched second
place in the 200-yard freestyle
and participated on the 400-yard
freestyle relay team which took
Michigan's other first.
Eight and a half minutes later
the Martilla Brothers Inc., Mike
and Lea, set up a play for line-
mate Bruce Koviak that moved
Michigan into the lead to stay.
Seven penalties were whistled in
the middle stanza, setting the
scene for the final period, which
saw several melees in addition to
the plays which were called for
Team captain Mel Wakabaya-
shi kept the crowd of 4500 on its
feet, despite the out-of-town dis-
advantage for the Wolverines,
with three goals, two of which he
scored unassisted. The first came
with less than a minute to go in
the second period, and the second
after six minutes of the third.
Wakabayashi's final tally came on
a pass from Thompson at 18:05.
Sophomore goalie Harold Her-
man shone in the nets, making
several saves with Michigan a man
short, and finished the night with
25 stops. The Gophers' John Loth-
rop, a veteran in the nets, came
up with 34 stops, stiffling Wolver-
ine power plays several times.
Despite the roughness 'of the
game, no injuries were suffered.
The teams. will go at it again to-
night with the Wolverines trying
to pull further away from the
Gophers, and to close the gap be-
tween Michigan and Colorado Col-
lege, who beat Michigan State 5-4
in overtime last night, and now
stand 4-1 in conference play, cdm-
pared to the Wolverines' 2-1.
In last night's game, the Goph-
ers' Lorne Grosso and Chuck
Norby, linemates on Minnesota's
power line, accounted for three
Gopher goals, with Norby getting
two goals and an assist, and Gros-
so tallying a goal and two assists
First Period Scoring: M-Lucier
(Thompson) 12:44. Penalties: Minn
-Crupi (cross-check) 4:46; Minn-
Crupi (roughing) 9:41; M - Baird
(roughing, misconduct), 9:41; M-
Lord (illegal check) 13:16.
Second Period Scoring: Minn -
Zacho (Dale, Zywiec) 6:02; M-Ko-
viak (M. Martilla,. L. Martilla)
14:30; M-Wakabayashi (unassisted)
19:19. Penalties: M-Lord (elbowing)
5:10; Minn-Branch (elbowing) 7:04;
M-Brand (high-sticking) 9:07; M-
Thompson (cross-checking) 11:57;
Minn-Crupi (elbowing) 15:29; M-
MacDonald (high-sticking) 15:29.
Third Period Scoring: M-Waka-
bayashi (unassisted) 6:15; Minn -
Norby (Grosso, Paradise) 11:31;
Norby (Grosso, Gambueci) 12:23; M
-Wakabayashi (Thompson) 18:05;
Minn - Grosso (Gambucci, Norby)
18:35. Penalties: Minn - Branch
(tripping) 2:17; M-Walter (rough-
ing) 4:06; Minn-Zacho (roughing)
4:06; Minn-Crupi (roughing) 5:15;
M-Lord (roughing) 5:15; M--Brand
(illegal check) 9:38; Minn-Zacho
(tripping) 16:37; M-Lord (charg-
Herman(M) 8 7 10-25
Lothrop (Minn) 14 10 10-34
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