THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, JANUARY 9, 1866
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JANUARY 9.1966
Matmen Capture Quadrangular
FULLER, BLANTON STAR:
Gymnasts Overwnelm Bucks
By R. NEIL FEFERMAN
The story was the same and
only the faces changed, as Wol-
verine wrestlers swept to their
32 and 33rd consecutive dual meet
Playing before a packed house
at the Sports Building, Coach
Cliff Keen's grapplers trounced
Indiana, 19-8, then drubbed the
hapless Hawkeyes of Iowa by a
startling 32-0 score. Shifting line-
ups to utilize the available per-
sonnel to the best advantage, Keen
unveiled the "New Look"-three
sophomores-who responded with
four victories in as many matches.
Too, 'Michigan exhibited the ne-
cessary balance of experience and
depth to provide notice to the
rest of the Big Ten that it will
require a powerful performance
to dethrone the defending-cham-
Against Indiana, the stronger of
the two opponents, Keen loaded
his lineup with veteran perform-
ers. Tino Lambros got the nod at
123, substituting for Big Ten
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champ Bob Fehrs. Lambros,
though not normally a starter,
has seen considerable action over
the past two years. Lambros
spotted Indiana's Jim Binkley the
first takedown, after which the
battle seesawed until late in the
second period, when Lambros got
a near fall. The third period be-
longed to Lambros, as he wore
down his competitor for an 11-5
At 130 Dave Dozeman faced Tim
McCall, one of Indiana's finest
wrestlers. Dozeman never got un-
tracked, as McCall took him down
right at the beginning, and piled
on the points for an 11-3 victory.
The closest match of the day
pitted the rival captains, Michi-
gan's Bill Johannesen and In-
diana's Bob Campbell, and each
could manage only a sit-out es-
cape in battling to a 1-1 draw.
Cal Jenkins, Michigan's sole
victor in the recent Midlands
Tourney, went into the third per-
iod of his matchconfronted with
a scoreless tie. With blood showing
in his mouth, Jenkins, stood up
and slipped loose when Bruce
Curths threw him to the mat.
The icing on the cake was a take-
down in the last 30 seconds.
After a hectic 'first two periods,
Michigan's Burt Merical broke
down Stan Denisar's resistance
and registered an 11-6 victory.
Merical was down 4-6 midway
through the second period, but
managed a standup reverse and
two near-pins to clinch the win.
Moves Up One
Moving up a weight class to 167
pounds, Jim Kammen gave the
Blue a big victory. In one of the
day's rougher matches Kammen
traded points with Tom Blanken-
ship until he finally tired out the
Returning to Big Ten competi-
tion after a year's absence due to
injury. Bill Waterman engaged
Charles Thompson in one of the
tightest contests of the day. De-
spite sore shoulders which were
taped, Waterman almost achieved
a near fall in the third period, but
instead was victimized by a re-
versal and lost 4-2.
Dave Porter, who is impressive
looking even when not wrestling,
created quite a stir by competing
without the customary tights,
wearing shorts instead. But there
was nothing comical about Por-
ter's performance, as he man-
handled the Hoosier's Bill Huff,
working practically at will, until
he pinned him in the third period
Keen threw in the "youngsters"
in the Iowa match, and they turn-
ed it into a lebacle-for the
Hawkeyes. After Big Ten champ
Bob Fehrs had flipped his man
and pinned him in 1:35, junior
Gordon Weeks fought his first
conference match. Weeks utilized
a "tight waist" and leg locks
quite effectively in maintaining
complete control throughout the
Bill Johannesen grabbed his
first pin of the season when, after
taking down Ken Shanner, he
pulled him onto his back as he
attempted a sitout and locked him
For the second time in the day
Cal Jenkins kept tight control.
He thoroughly dominated his
match with Ray Davis, holding
his opponent's legs to tie him up
enroute to an 8-0 shellacking.
Jim Kammen moved back to his
normal weight, 157 pounds, and
worked an escape and then a take-
down in the second period to
gain another victory.
Sophomore Wayne Hansen pro-
vided a solid performance, whip-
ping Dennis Wegner, 7-0. Hansen
caught him from behind just be-
fore the end of the first period
for a takedown and rode him man
for the entire second period in
achieving his initial Big Ten win.
Another Soph Wins
Redheaded Wayne Wentz, also
a sophomore, put on a strong per-
formance for Michigan. His cradle
in the first period nearly pinned
the Hawkeyes' Jack Deere, and
he locked Deere up with a half
nelson in the second period.
Heavyweight Porter grabbed a leg,
picked up his opponent, and slap-
ped him down so hard that the
match was ended in nine seconds,
as Iowa's Steve Moss was forced
to default due to recurrence of an
injury suffered earlier.
The meets comprised Michi-
gan's initial Big Ten competition
for the season. Though a quad-
rangular meet, it was scored as
a series of dual meets, with each
team competing twice; the fourth
team was Toledo, whom the Blue
will encounter later in the season.
in a separate meet. Toledo clip-
ped Iowa 17-9, after which they
were trounced soundly by Indiana,
22-5. One deviation in this meet
from normal procedure was the
use of two minute periods, in-
stead of three, due to the fact
that all meets had to be com-
pleted in the afternoon.
Michigan vs. Indiana
123-Pound-Lanbros (M) d. Bink-
ley (I), 11-5.
130-Pound-McCall (1) d. Ooze-
man (MW), 11-3.
137-Pound-Johannesen (M) and
Campbell (I), drew, 1-1.
147-Pounds - Jenkins (M) d.
Curthis (I), 3-1.
157-Pound-Merical (M) d. Deni-
sar (I), 11-5.
167-Pound - Kammen (M) d.
Blankenship (I), 10-4.
177-Pound-Thompson (I) d. Wat-
ernman (M), 4-2.
Heavyweight-Porter (M) pinned
Huff (I), 4:52.
Michigan vs. Iowa
123-Pound - Fehrs (1) pinned
Ewoldsen (I), 1:35.
130-Pound-Weeks (MW) d. Pastor-
ino (I), 7-1.
137-Pound-Johannesen (M) pin-
ned Shaner (1), 1:51.
147-Pound-Jenkins (M) d. Da-
vis (I), 8-0.
157-Pound-Kammen (M) d. Sill
167-Pound-Hansen (M) d. Weg-
ner (I), 7-0.
177-Pound - Wentz (M) pinned
Deere (I), 2:58.
Heavyweight-Porter (M) d. Moss
(1), default, 0:09.
special To The Daily pionship, took a first on the tramp
COLUMBUS-While Cazzie and in his first try at collegiate cqm-
Co. were spoiling the basketball petition as a Wolverine. His 9.35-
aspirations of Ohio State yester- point performance was third be-
day at St. John arena, Michigan's hind PhipBFuller's 9.6 in vault-
gymnastics team was also doing a ing and Blanton's 9.45 on the
little Buckeye-busting on the oth-
er side of the campus. Miller captured a second in
Michigan outclassed a hapless vaulting, and junior Cliff Chilvers
OSU crew for the twentieth copped two runner-up finishes-
straight year by piling up 184.9 on the high bars and on the rings.
points compared to 116.3 for the Two other first year varsity
Bucks in the opening Big Ten members of the sophomore-dom-
meet of the season for both teams. I mated contingent got off to an
Phip Fuller and Rich Blanton
showed their seasoned prowess
with outstanding performances in
their specialties. Both claimed a
pair of first-place finishes.
Fuller, a junior, edged out his
twin brother Chip in the floor
exercise event and placed first in
the vaulting event. Blanton, one
of three returning seniors, looked
impressive enough to top the field
on the parallel bars and on the
Wayne Miller, a first-semester
sophomore and a leading contend-
er for the world trampoline cham-
excellent start in their initial Big
Ten action by copping the remain-
ing firsts. Dave Geddes won it
.the side horse event and Scott
Paris won on the high bars.
Scoring in the meet was based
on a possible 10 points for eachl
man in each of the seven events
or a possible 210 points for the
entire meet. The leading three
point-accumulators on each team
were given credit for their per-I
formances in the final tabulation.
The Wolverines averaged 8.8
points per man or 26.4 points pe.
"For the opening meet, I wasz
In- Big Ten Relays
MOVE INTO THIRD :
Icers Clip Gophers, 3-
For Third Straight Win
Special To The Daily ingly satisfied with a 2-1 lead.
MINNEAPOLIS - Michigan's With this defeat, Minnesota
puckmen came through with their dropped to a 2-5 record in the
third consecutive victory last night conference and to seventh place.
by defeating Minnesota 3-1. Stall Strategy
The Wolverines climbed to third The crowd of 4600 watched pa-
place in the WCHA on the i tiently in the third period for the
Go pher scores which never cane
strength of their win.
.In their second penalty-laden
game against the Gophers in as
many nights, the Wolverines took
the lead in the second period and
played conservative hockey the
rest of the way to their third vic-
tory in four league decisions.
Michigan drew first blood when
Lea Martilla took a rebound from
teammate Bruce Koviak and fired
it in for the score ove the sprawl-
ing Minnesota goalie at 3:23 of
the second period. Until that time
both teams had been skating well,
though playing rough hockey.
With Dan Lucier of Michigan
serving a penalty for throwing his
stick, the Gophers came right
back. Grosso took a loose puck in
front of the net on a Minnesota
power play and rammed it past
Blue goalie Harold Herman.
After two more penalties to the
Blue and no further Gopher scor-
ing, Hank Brand of Michigan
came racing out of the penalty
box after serving a kneeing
penalty and took a pass from Bill
Lord. Brand fired it from 10 feet
out-hitting the skate of Minne-
sota goalie John Lothrop and
Michigan played a tight defensive
game and took no chances. With
17:49, Minnesota pulled their goal-
ie, hoping the extra forward would
produce the tying score. Instead,
Wolverine captain Mel Wakabaya-
shi, who scored three goals Fri-
day night, beat all the Minneso-
ta defenders and shot the puck
.into an open net to insure the
Goalie Harold Herman put in
another fine game for the Blue
and seems to have won the start-
ing role. The game ended in fight-
ing which saw Boysen of Michi-
gan and Paradise of Minnesota
going off for roughing at 19:14.
MICHIGAN 0 2 1-3
MINNESOTA 0 1 0-1
First Period Scoring: None. Pen-
alties: Minn-Paradise (hooking)
1:33, M-Lord (interference) 4:10
and 10-min. misconduct, M-Brand
(high-stick) 5:09, Minn - Branch
Second Period Scoring: M--Lea
Martilla (Koviak, Baird) 3:23, Minn
-Grosso (Gambucci, Norby 5:32,
M-Brand (Lord) 12:54. Penalties:
Minn-Branch (tripping) 1:54, M-
Lucier (throwing stick) 4:43, M-Lea
Martilla (interference) 8:29, M -
Brand (kneeing) 10:47, M-Brand
(roughing) 14:42, Minn - Woog
Third Period Scoring: M--Waka-
bayashi (unassisted) 18:53. Penal-
ties: Minn - Gambucci (elbowing)
10:44, M-Boysen (roughing) 19:14,
Minn-Paradise (roughing) 19:14.
Herman (M) 5 12 11-28
Lothrop (Minn) 15 8 11-34
Special To The Daily
MADISON - The Hoosiers of
Indiana collected six of 11 first
places here last night to outscore
seven Big Ten opponents. in the
eleventh annual Big Ten Relays
Indiana totaled 176.5 points, as
Michigan came in second with
153.5. Michigan State finished
third with a respectable 133 and
Ohio State accounted for 116.5 in
fourth place. Wisconsin, Iowa,
Northwestern, and Minnesota ac-
cumulated 94.5, 81.5, 64, and 50.5,
Take Three Firsts
The Wolverines managed to take
only three firsts, while the Spar-
tans claimed the remaining two.
Michigan won the first event, the
400-yard freestyle relay, in a time
of 3:15.31 with a team of Bill
Groft, Rich Walls, Bob Hoag, and
John Salassa. Tom O'Malley, Carl
Robie, and Ken Wiebeck teamed
for a victory in the 300-yard but-
terfly relay with a 2:41.75 timing.
The third first for the Blue came
in the 800-yard freestyle relay in
which Walls, Hoag, John Vry, and
Bill Farley combined for a 7:22.03.
Along the way Michigan picked
up two second and three third
places, but it wasn't enough to
stop the Hoosiers, who failed to
finish in the top three places in
only one event.
Michigan State's 2000-yard free-
style relay team set the only rec-
ord of the day when Ed Glick,
Rollie Groseth, Denny Hill, and
Ken Walsh turned in a 20:07.17
A new scoring system was agreed
upon for the meet shortly before
its beginning. In a relay with
four-man teams the winner col-
lected 22, second place got 16, and
each succeeding finisher totaled
two points less than the next
higher place. For three-man relay
teams, the winner took 16.5
points, and second place received
12. Each succeeding finisher was
awarded 1.5 points less than the
next higher entry. The winner of
the diving relay received 11 points,
while second through eighth places
were given eight through two
points, respectively. Only Purdue
and Illinois did not send repre-
sentatives to the meet.
Experience was a determining
factor in the outcome of the meet
as almost all of the winning com-
binations had' formeruconference
champions on them. But it is also
significant that six of the first
place finishing relay teams had
Michigan will face the Hoosiers
again next Saturday in a dual
meet in Matt Mann Pool.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Groft, Walls, Haag, Sal-
assa); 2. OSU; 3. MSU. Time -
300-YD. BACKSTROKE RELAY-1,
Indiana (Hammer, Utley, Kend-
rick); 2. OSU; 3. MSU. Time -
300-YD. BUTTERFLY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (O'Malley,. Roble, Wie-
beck); 2. Indiana; 3. Wisconsin.
300-YD. BREASTSTROKE RELAY
-1. Indiana (Tretheway, Smith,
Frost); 2. Iowa; 3. Wisconsin. Time
DIVING RELAY-i. Indiana (Sitz-
berger, Neel); 2. OSU; 3. Michigan.
200-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Indiana (Newman, Ogden, Cordin,
Wilson); 2. MSU; 3. OSU. Time-
2000-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY-1.
MSU (Glick, Groseth, Hill, Walsh);
2. .Indiana; 3. Michigan. Time -
20:07.17 (new record).
200-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-Indi-
ana (Berry, Hammer, Tretheway,
Williamson); 2. Michigan; 3. OSU.
300-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY
RELAY - 1. Indiana (Kendrick,
Webb, Utley); 2. Michigan; 3. OSU.
800-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Walls, Hoag, Vry, Far-
ley); 2. Indiana; 3. MSU. Time -
400-YD. MEDLEY, RELAY - 1.
MSU (Dilley, Driver, Glick, Mac-_
Millan); 2. Indiana; 3. Michigan.
satisfied with the team perform-
ance' 'enthused Coach Newt Lok-
en. "There are several routines
that aren't complete yet, but I
trust that we'll improve consid-
erably in our next two meets."
Michigan encounters Eastern
Michigan in adnon-conference af-
fair this Friday afternoon and
plans on participating in the Flint
Open on Jan. 22.
The next league action for the
Wolverine gymnasts is scheduled
for Jan. 29 against Wisconsin.
Loken's squad will face one of the
leading contenders picked to stop
the five-year reign of Michigan,
the Iowa Hawkeyes in a triang-
ular meet along with Indiana on
Iowa was at Columbus yester-
day, competing in a dual meet
with the University of Ohio. "They
won with a very good total of
180.25 points," offered Loken. "It
will be a tough meet in February."
FLOOR EXERCISE-1. P. Fuller
(M) 9:15; 2. C. Fuller (M); 3. Van-
derVoort (M); 4. Miller (M).
SIDE HORSE-. Geddes (M) 8.2;
2. Baessler (M); 3. VanderBroek (M).
TRAMPOLINE-1. Miller (M) 9.35;
2. Conant (M); 3. Davis (M); 4.
HIGH BARS-1. Paris (M) 8.9; 2.
Chilvers (M); 3. Cashman (M); 4.
Sroufe (OSU); 5. VanderBroek (M).
VAULTING-1.P. Fuller (M) 9.6;
2. Miller (M); 3. Chilvers (M); 4.
C. Fuller (M).
PARALLEL BARS-1. Blanton (M)
8.95; 2. Williams (M); 3. Vander-
Voort (M); 4. Sroufe (OSU); 5. Duke
STILL RINGS-1. Blanton (M)
9.45; 2. Chilvers (M); 3. Vander-
Voort (); 4. Foster (OSU); 5. Pe-
Iowa 8 2 .800
Michigan State S 3 .727
MICHIGAN 7 4 .636
Minnesota 7 4 .636
Northwestern 6 5 .545
Ohio State 5 5 .500
Wisconsin 5 5 .500
Indiana 4 6 .400
Illinois 4 6 .400
Purdue 3 7 .300
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