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By DAVE WEIR Patrick. Patrick slapped a rebound With only four seconds gone,;
Led by a hard-shooting brother past Keough after a shot by Jim Michigan's Bruce Koviak and Den-
combination from Moose Jaw, Wiste. ver's Don Cameron were called for
Saskatchawan, Denver's hockey Three minutes later, Wiste high sticking and slashing infrac-
team scored four second period scored the first of his goals on a tions. Wayne Wiste was still in the'
goals to drop Michigan's Wolver- breakaway. After taking a pass penalty box for an elbowing mis-
ines from the ranks of the un- from sophomore center Bob Trem- demeanor of the period before, so
beaten 7-5 last night. becky, Wiste outskated his pur- the Wolverines had a man ad-
Junior right wing Jim Wiste, suers and beat Keough from the vantage.
Denver's top scorer this season, ight side. Taking Advantage
netted two goals in the second per- Dean Lucier put Michigan tem- Ten seconds later, with only 141
iod outburst and his brother porarily back in the game with a seconds gone in the period, Gal-
Wayne scored an important first power play goal halfway through braith backhanded an 18-footer
period marker to pace the Pioneer the period. Following passes from from the top of the circle past
victory. mBaird and Galbraith, Lucier lifted Powers for the fourth Michigan
ty. gakoetes the puck over the outstretched goal. Baird and Domm assisted on
Wayne's goal knotted the score bodies of several Denver defenders the play.
at 2-2 late in the first period after clustered around the goalmouth, to
Michigan had bounced back from make the score 4-3. But Denver regained control of
an initial one-goal deficit to count - Sp the play and clinched the victory
an mrr initial o gal d t unt Slippery Soph four minutes later on Miller's sec-
two markers in a 1:19 span mid- Sloppy play by both sides char- ond goal of the game. Miller, one
way through the period. acterized the next four and one of the key men in the Pioneer
Power Play Goal half minutes until Domm went off attack throughout the contest,
Denver had jumped off to a lead the ice for cross-checking at 14:08. skated toward the Wolverine net
early in the game when senior The Pioneers put the pressure on on a three-on-two break with
center Lou Geddes slapped in a and one minute later sophomore teamates Cliff Koroll and Keith
rebound while the Wolverines were center Tom Miller jabbed in the Magnuson.
two men short due to penalties. puck for the fifth Denver score. After taking a shot at the corner
Michigan tied the score at 7:48 With just over a minute remain- of the net, Miller skated behind
when Mike Marttila broke in alone ing in the period, Jim Wiste scored two Michigan defensemen and
on Pioneer goalie Gerry Powers what proved to be the winning beat the outstretched Keough.
after taking a pass from brother goal while his team was short- The Wolverine offense could not
Lee and racked up his sixth goal handed. get moving again until late in the
of the season. Forty seconds after his brother period. Twice they were called for
Wayne was whistled off the ice
Midway through the period Lee r71.. - cTmtenh~i,.C penalties because of too many men

Then, with scarcely five minutes
remaining in the game, the Mich-
igan offense caught fire and they
began peppering the Denver net.
One shot went in-a slapshot off
the stick of rightwinger Bob Boy-
sen with assists from linemates
Koviak and Randy Binnie.
Several others came cldse, but
Powers succesfully kicked out
every shot and the final score
stood at 7-5.
After the contest, a disappointed
Renfrew admitted that "they de-
served to win . . . We played a
sloppy game. Their defense con-
tained us for most of the game and

we made some mistakes that were
Armstrong stated that he "was
pleased" with his team's perform-
ance, but that "we got the breaks.
Michigan is as good as any team
in the league that we've seen."
The loss was the first in twelve
games for Michigan this season.
The Wolverines played three com-
pletely new lines in the game due
to the departure through grad-
uation of All-American Mel Waka-
The same two teams play to-
night in the Colesium at 8 p.m.

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Geddes (Cameron) 13:51; M -- Mike
Marttila (Lord, Lee Marttila) 7:48;
M-Galbraith (Baird) 9:07; D -
Wayne Wiste (Geddes, Gould) 13:02.
Penalties: M--Lee Marttila (high-
sticking) 2:05; M-Gross (highstick-
ing) 3:17; D - Patrick (hooking)
13:32; D-Miller (interference) 18.15.
Patrick (Jim Wiste, Ward) 4:53; D-
Jim Wiste (Trembeckey) 7:41; M -
Lucler (Baird, Galbraith) 9:35; D-
Miller (Koroll, Ward) 15:24; D-Jim
Wiste (unassisted) 18:57. Penalties:
D-Koroll (hooking) 5:17; D-Mag-
nuson (holding) 9:00; M - Domm

(crosschecking) 14:08; D-Magnuson
(holding) 14:50; D - Wayne Wiste
(elbowing) 18:17.
Galbraith (Baird, Bomin) 0:14; B-
Miller (Koroll, Magnuson) 4:12; M-
Boysen (Binnie, Koviak) 15:17. Pen-
alties: D-Cameron (slashing) 0:04;
M-Koviak (high stick) 0:04; M -
Baird (elbowing) 1:04; M - Team
(7 men, Brook) 5:56; M -- Team (7
men, Lucier) 9:37; D-Shires (high
stick) 10:40.

-Daily-Chuck Soberman
BRUISING DENVER DEFENSEMAN Randy Ward (4) takes a pass from teammate Jim Wiste (14)
in front of the Michigan net and winds up for a shot at Wolverine goalie Jim Keough. Wiste led
the Pioneer scoring asault with two goals and an assist in last night's 7-5 victory over the previously
undefeated Wolverines. Ward was one of the defensive stars who foiled the Michigan attack
throughout the game.
Mat-men Grapple at Indiana

Powers (D)
Keough (M)

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. I


It happens every year.
The first duel meet of the sea-
son for the Wolverine wrestling
team, a harbinger of what can
be expected during the upcoming
Mat coach Cliff Keen usually'
has occasion to breathe a little
easier after it's over. Michigan sel-
dom loses. But today at 2:00 it
starts al ever again' against In-
diana, at Bloomington, and past
triumphs will count for nothing.
. "We're going down to find out
what the' story is for this year,"'
Keen explained. "We have con-
fidence and a fine bunch of boys
but .competition' is the only real
way to tell anything."
Test at Indiana
Indiana, a veteran team which
placed sixth in the Big Ten race
last 'year, may be tough enough
to help provide Keen some indica-
tion of the grappler's Big Ten
chances. But they do not figure to
knock" off the, invader~s from Ann
Arbor unless Michigan undergoes
a compulete reversal of form from
their record last season,
The Wolverines compiled a 9-1
mark in dual meet action and were

edged by Michigan State for the
conference title.
The Hossiers have the advantage
of having participated in two dual
meets and a holiday tournament
so far this season, while the Wolv-
erines have experienced only tour-
nament action. Indiana has com-
piled a 1-1 record, losing to a top-
flight Michigan State squad 25-5
and then walloping a strong Tole-
do crew 24-6.
Commenting on the Michigan
State loss, coach Charley McDaniel
of the Hoosiers lamented, "We
wrestled bad. Period."
Won Last Year
Hoping to help make another
nightmare for the Hoosiers will be
a Michigan wrestling team that
defeated Indiana 19-8 last season.
Two sophomores, however, are
counted on to help plug gaps in
the holes created by the departure
of the graduating seniors/
Geoff Henson, on the strength
of a fourth-place finish in the
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania tour-
nament last week, will handle the
130-pound division for the Wolver-
ines, while Keen expects to hoist
177-pound duties upon the should-
ers of another sophomore Pete
Cornell, although Wayne Wentz,
last year's regular in that position,
may finally get the nod.'
Last season's part-timers Fred
Stehman, Burt MVlerical, and Gor-
don Weeks are expected to handle
starting assignments, joining vet-
eran stars Wayne Hanson, Bob
Fehrs, Dave Porter, and Jim Kam-
man in the initial line-up Keen
Heavyweight Porter, a 240-
expects to field ,for, the Wolver-
pounder himself, will face a fel-
low who, apparently takes his de-
signation seriously, Chuck Wert-
schnig, a mammoth at over 300
pounds. "He'll literally be an arm-
ful for Dave," Keen laughed.

The grapplers may have to con-
tend with family acts. Coach Mc-
Daniel is likely to give his own
son, Monty, a shot at Cornell.
Dave Mudd and Dan Mudd, twin
brothers, are expected to battle
Merical at 145 and Stehman at
152, respectively. "Their by at 130,
Tim McCall, is a real topnotcher,"
Keen warned. "He'll be a good
test for Henson." McCall was one
of only three Hoosiers "who per-
formed up to their capabilities
against Michigan State," McDaniel
Jim Lentz, an outstanding
sophomore and former high school
state champion at 137 pounds and
160 pounder Gene Denisar, like-
wise a former prep champion, are
others who may give the Wolver-
ines trouble. Denisar is undefeated
this season, but must face a for-
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"I only hope we don't have a
repeat performance the rest of the
year," McDaniel sighed after the
Michigan State meet. The Wolver-
ines would like nothing more than
to give him another view of futil-

Marttila took a cross-ice pass
broke in alone-only to have Pow-
from defenseman Paul Domm and
ers make the stop,
Moments later, after the face-
off in the Denver end, Bob Baird
grabbed a loose puck from behind
the net and fed Doug Galbraith
who slaped in the shot which gave
the Wolverines their only lead of
the night.
Michigan Drought
Then came Wayne Wiste's tying
goal at 13:02 and the teams played
scoreless hockey for the remainder
of the period.
In the second frame, after sev-
eral spectacular saves by Michigan
netminder Jim Keough, Denver
broke the tie with a goal by Craig

for elbowing, Jim grabbed a loose
puck and raced inon Keough. He
took his shot from just inside the
blueline and the puck hit right
underneath the top rim of the net
above Keough's head.
Wrong Way Street
After the game, Michigan coach
Al Renfrew called this second
Wiste goal the turning point of the
Denver coach Murray Armstrong
agreed, adding that "we got the
goals when we needed them the
most. Whenever Michigan came
close, we pulled away again. Had
they scored in those situations, it
could have been a different game."
The Wolverines came back on
the ice in the third period de-
termined to get back in the game.

on the ice and inaccurate passing
cost them several opportunities for
good shots.

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. Then. . .

Entertainment by our
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Philadelphia 121,rBaltimore 115 (ovt)
Chicago 135, Detroit 126
Boston at Los Angeles (inc)
St. Louis at San Francisco (nc)
Denver 7, MICHIGAN 5
Michigan State 6, Colorado College 0
Ohio Univ. 5, Toledo Hockey Club 2
Michigan Tech 5, Minnesota Duluth 3
Yale 86, Pennsylvania 74
Columbia 80, Harvard 71
Virginia Tech 67, Phillips Oilers 60
William & Mary 85, Gee. Washington

By The Associated Press
The Detroit Lions fired head
coach Harry Gilmer yesterday
after two losing seasons. The NFL
club, owned by William Clay Ford,
announced the ,firing after the
Lions finished this season with a
4-9-1 record preceded by 1965's
6-7-1 totals.
Gilmer had one year to go on a
three-year contract, and Ford
said that Gilmer would be paid
in full for it. Ford said also that
no successor had been picked as
yet, though former Lion lineback-
er Joe Schmidt was under consid-
eration. Several Detroit sources,
however, have indicated that
Schmidt has already been signed
to a five-year contract.
- Perkins Hired
Dallas Cowboys fullback Don
Perkins will become director of the
New Mexico Department of Cour-
tesy and Information, Gov. David
F. Cargo announced yesterday.
Cargo also said he plans to use
Perkins as a speaker and repre-
sentative of the state in areas of

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motion and to attract Olympics
training teams to New Mexico.
Watson Demoted
The Detroit Red Wings said yes-
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Watson, a forward with the Na-
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to Memphis, Tenn., to help that
minor league farm in a drive to
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