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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE S 14-

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1967 TIlE MIChIGAN DAILY PACII~ ~IEVF?

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By JOHN SUTKUS
The game was late, Bessone
was Bessone, and Michigan State's
hockey team was a little short of
supermen as they knocked off
Michigan 4-3, last night before a
packed house at the Coliseum.
A capacity crowd was being
charmed by the public address an-
nouncer's pleas for the spectators
to sit closer together and put out
the cigarettes when the Spartans
skated out onto the ice in white
uniforms. Naturally the Wolverines
appeared in their customary white
home uniforms.
The officials decided something
had to give in order to tell the
teams apart (State's white is
trimmed in green, Michigan's in
blue). Since State and Coach Amos
Bessone were the visitors, Mich-
I,
M .
MIKE MARTTILA
igan held up the game 15 min-
utes while they changed into their
blue travelling duds.
To top the before-game festivi-
ties off, no one sang "The Star
Spangled Banner," because all but
the last two bars were lost to a
faulty sound system.
Once under way, ;the game pro-
vided a stellar attraction - Bes-
sone, The State coach was in
good form, though most of it was

stuns Lackluster Skaters,

4-3

Uninspired Gymnasts Coast
Two Sloppy Win over Eastern

sitting. The fans dished abuse out
to him, he took it and dished it
right back out to his team.
He was in the same form after
the game, jovially chomping on a
cigar, discussing the action, prais-
ing his goaltender, and chewing
up skepticism about his chances
for another NCAA championship.
"It was a tough one," offered
Bessone, not missing a ' word
through the stogie. "We sure had
to work for it."
Most of the work came in the
first period, when the Spartans
jumped out to a 2-0 lead. They
were never headed after their first
score, but neither did they breathe
too easy until the final horn.
Mike Jacobson provided the of-
fensive punch for the Spartan at-
tack, scoring both the goals. All-
America wing Doug Volmar as-
sisted on one, giving him one of
his three points for the night.
Volmar failed to rack up any goals,
as the Michigan defense managed
to keep him and the puck separ-
ated for most of the game.
Lars Hansen regained one of
the markers at 10:38 of the sec-
ond period.
State took the advantage right
back, though, as they broke just
enough men on a play to give
center Ken Anstey a , score six
minutes later. The Spartans left
the ice with their two-goal ad-
vantage intact at 3-1.
In the third period, skating
picked up, and with it Michigan's
fortunes. The extra hustle paid off
with only 3:17 gone in the final
stanza. Mike Marttila scored when
Ron Ullyot's shot slid off his skate
and into the open corner beside
an unexpecting Cooley.
The break closed the gap to 3-2
and perked up the Coliseum con-
siderably. The fans began cheer-
ing like they were in Yost, drown--
ing out the announcement that
Captain Marttila had scored.
Twelve seconds later Marttila
scored again, this time on a beau-
tiful centering pass from Ullyot.
Cooley never had a chance for the
puck that tied it at 3-all.
But even with momentum and a
great crowd going for them, the
Wolverines couldn't get another
break and take the advantage.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BOB LEES

State did get a break at 17:33,after the contest. "We had it all
however, when Michigan goalie wrapped up. We should have had
Harold Herman was whistled for another goal. Our boy pushed it
tripping. A heated discussion did into the net, and was just playing
nothing to change the referee's with it, but the goal judge missed
mind, and Doug Galbraith served the call and the ref didn't see it.
the time in the penalty box, leav- We would have put it in for sure
ing the Wolverines one short on if we'd known that was going to
the ice. happen."
It took the Spartans only 30 On the play, Herman was tak-
seconds to score the winner, a en off to the side by a previous
short wrist shot over Herman at i shot, leaving defenseman Phil

Goss with the goaltending chores.
"I thought our defense played
one of their better games," con-
cluded the Spartan coach.
The MSU defense played a
sound enough game to allow 48
shots on goal, piling up 45 saves
for Cooley to only 31 for Her-
man.
The same two teams will face
off againt tonight, this time at
7:30 in East Lansing.
-Hansen (tripping) 13:28. S-Jacob-
son (interference) 18:36.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: M -
Mike Marttila (Ullyot) 3:17. M -
Mike Marttila (Ullyot, Lee Marttila)
3:.29. S-Mikkola (Brawley, Volmar)
18:03. Penalties: M-Herman (trip-
ping, served by Galbraith) 17:33. S-
Brawley (roughing) 19:34. M-Baird
(roughing) 19:34.
Savres:
Cooley (S) 15 12 18-45
herman (M) 11 7 13-31

18:03.
Michigan regained full strength
with the score, and with 30 sec-
onds left, Herman skated over to
the bench to be replaced by a
forward.
The pressure was on State, but
a centering pass missed its mark
with five seconds to go.
Winner Bessone wasn't all cheer

FIRST PERIOD SCORING: S-
Jacobson (MeAndrew, Mikkola)
3:26. S-Jacobson (Volmar, Mikko-
la) 17:33. Penalties: M - Hansen
(tripping) 2:53. S-Cristofoli (inter-
ference) 7:50. M-Lord (interference)
16:00.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: M-
Hansen (Lee Marttila, Mike Martti-
la) 10:38. S-Anstey (Volmar) 16:39.
Penalties: -S - DeMarco (charging)
0:27. M-Boysen (choss checking)
0:27. S-Mikkola (tripping) 5:46. M

By BILL LEVIS
It wasn't what you call a meet
to remember. Matter of fact, Mi-
chigan gymnastics coach Newt Lo-
ken would probably want to forget
the Wolverines' 182.625 to 167.875
victory over Eastern Michigan al-
together.
As gymnastic captain Gary Van-
der Voort put it, "we looked like
hell."
Michigan participated in its
first meet in three weeks and the
inactivity showed as the gymnasts'
timing was way off. Chip Fuller
and Fred Rodney both went off
the mat in the free exercise and
Mike Zadel almost fell completely
off the trampoline, only to be sav-
ed from disaster when sidehorse
specialist Art Baessler, spotting
the event, caught him.
It was just a day of misses . .
It seemed that no one on the
parallel bars could hit his rou-
tine. The tramp, with Dave Jacobs
and Wayne Miller sidelined, was
hurting and the side horse showed
some of its usual unsteadiness. }
Only on the rings, high bar and
vaulting did the Wolverines ex-
hibit some of the form that they
will need to defeat Michigan State
when the Spartans invade the
Sports Building Wednesday after-,
noon.
Michigan State faces Illinois to-;
day in Champaign, a team the
Wolverines barely defeated four
weeks ago. Vander Voort noted
that "we looked our best against
Illinois. We were excellent and
looked like the Big Ten champs.
Looked Bad
"But today, we looked the worst
that we have been the entire year
and probably in my three years
of varsity competition. I'm still
confident we can beat Michigan
State but we can't afford a single
miss like the ones we had today."
Vander Voort had one of his

VIC CONANT
worst days, missing on both the
high bar and 'p' bars. He came on
strong with a 9.1 on the rings but
it still couldn't make up for his
below par performance.
He noted that the loss of Jacobs
and Miller on the tramp gave the
gymnasts a psychological disad-
vantage. Both champions missed
the free exercise, with Miller also
sitting out the vaulting. Rodney
filled in well for Miller in the
vault, taking a first with a 9.1, but
the tramping twins' loss could not
be made up in the free ex or on
their specialty.
Vic Conant took up some of the
slack with a 9.2 on the tramp but
Zadel's fall and sophomore Don
Portman's first meet nervousness
couldn't make up the difference
as they only merited a 7.95 and

8.25 performance respectively. And
even the free ex score was about
a half point lower than usual be-
cause of Miller's absence.
Bright Spots
Still, there were some bright
spots in the afternoon's meet,
which saw the Wolverines win all
the events except the inconsist
side horse. Michigan also took In-
dividual firsts in every event ex-
cept the 'p' bars, where Huron all-
around man Jim Arnold took hon-
ors with a 9.05.
Chip Fuller came through with
his usual 9.3 in the free ex and so
did Baessler with a 9.2 on the
horse. Mike Sasich performed ex-
tremely well on the high bar, get-
ting a 9.25 for his effort while sen-
ior Cliff Chilvers came through
with the identical score on the
rings. Vander Voort and sopho-
more Rich Kenney supported Chil-
vers' effort wtih two 9.1's for a
27.45 total, the highest for an
event all day.
Loken praised the Hurons, who
lost for the first time this season
by saying that "Coach Mary John-
son's boys showed fine improve-
ment."
VAULTING-1. Rodney (M) 9.1;
2. C. Fuller (M) 8.975; 3. P. Fuller
(M) 8.95; 4. Arnold (EMU) 8.425.
FLOOR EXERCISE-1. P. Fuller
(M) 9.3; 2. C. Fuller (M) 8.18; 3.
8.65.
Arnold (EMU) 8:75; 4. Mason (EMU)
SIRE HORSE--1. Baessler (M) 9.2;
2Kainz (EMU) 8.9; 3. Vanden
Broek (M) 8.85; 4. Arnold (EMS
8.7.
TRAMPOLINE-1. Conant (M) 9.2;
2. Portman (M) 8.25; 3. Mason
(EMU) 8.15; 4. (tie) Zadel (M) and
McCully (EMU) 7.95.
HIGH BAR--1. Sasich (M) 9.25; 2.
)tie) Paris (M) and Vanden Broek
(M) 8.9; 4. Vander Voort (M) 8.25.
PARALLEL BARS -- 1. Arnold
(EMU) 9.05; 2. Vander Voort (M)
8.8; 3. (tie) Richards (M) andSaw-
tell (EMU) 7.5.
RINGS--1. Chilvers (M) 9.25; 2.
Arnold (EMU) 9.15; 3. (tie) Kenney
(M) and Vander Voort (M) 9.1

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