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SATURDAYFEBRUARY 18, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1967 TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Grapplers

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Boysen s Goal Wins-
In Overtime Contest

By JOHN SUTKUS
Michigan goalie Jim Keough
sat on his knees in front of the
bench on the ice. The rest of the
Wolverine hockey team filled the
bench behind him. Coach Al Ren-
frew tendered a few instructions.
Just a few feet away Duluth
coach Ralph Romano hollered in-
structions to his team.
Above it, all the clock ticked off

play. The Bulldogs' Rick Newell
was4sent to the penalty box at
17:45 for tripping Dean Lucier.
With the pressure on the Duluth
net, point man Paul Domm slap-
ped a shot toward LeBlanc. It was
deflected by a Bulldog defense-
man right to Boysen, who flip-
ped the puck past LeBlanc from
beside the net.
Comeback Avenue
The heroics were all made pos-'
sibe by a Michigan comeback in
the second period. Duluth jumped
away to a 3-0 lead in the first
stanza.
"We knew when we skated back
onto the ice for the second period
that we weren't going to leave the
ice behind," said Keough. "We
were in here between periods yel-
ling and running around."
"They worked themselves up
during the intermission," added
Renfrew.-
Romano hadn't any illusions
about a runaway for Duluth either.
'We knew we weren't going toy
walk away with it. Michigan is
just too good a team for that,1
especially here at home. That's
why they're in second place." i
Lords First
Both prophecies turned out to
be right as Michigan wasted no
time breaking the drought. Bill
Lord scored his first goal of the
season, a slap from the point onl
a power play with only 1:48
elapsed.t
The charge was on then. At 4:47z
Lee Marttila notched his tenth
goal of the season to close the gap
to one.E
A blocked slapshot sent the puckr
high into the air in front of thet

Grapplers
Obliterate
- Illini, 36-2
Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN -The smaitest
wrestler on the Illinois squad last
night was 152-pounder Bob Lof-
fredo.
He spent his entire match with
Michigan's Fred Stehman tr ying
to avoid a takedown, and it work-
ed. The match ended in a draw,
though Loffredo was warned for
stalling.
But at least he didn't lose.
Every other Illini did.
-Daily-Thomas R. copi In fact, the match, which
eventually became a 36-2 Mich-
manages to pepper the nets for one of its few goals against Mich- igan victory, started as if Illinois
ight against Minnesota-Duluth, however, the puck sped past the 'had forgotten they were supposed
winning effort. to compete at all. Bob Fehrs, back
to his normal 123-pound grappl-
"They were sure getting the Marttila had that breakaway, ing weight after a week in the
breaks in the first period," said took the shot and it went about 130-pound classification, gained a
Keough. "They got them all night. two inches above the bar." victory by forfeit as no one show-
Their tying goal in the third per- He might have added that Ullyot ed up to contest him.
iod hit Lord's skate, bounced up, had a couple of hard shots hit the It was Bill Henson's turn next,
and just got under the bar, post and richochet to the boards. but he too git a free ride as Ii-
"We just couldn't seem to get The same two teams faceoff in nois failed to previde a contender.
our share. As an example, Lee the Coliseum at 8:00 tonight. From then on, however, the Wol-
Tdrverine grapplers had to at least
No Time-and-a-Half for Overtime 1work for their victories.
FIRST PERIOD SCORING - D- ping) 17:26. M-Koviak (roughing) Wolverine Blitz

As a final point; Bay said that
the Michigan was the object of a
special scrutiny from certain of
the spectators.
"Michigan State is supposed to
meet the Illini tonight," he de-
clared, "and they were all in the
stands. This was an excellent
chance for them to scout us for
our upcoming meet with them.
"Whatever good it will do then."
Maybe they're taking lessons
from Loffredo.
King-Pins
123 lbs.--Fehrs (M); won by for-
feit.
130 lbs.--Henson (M), won by
forfeit.
137 Ibs.--Weeis (M) dec. Rott,
12-5.
145 lbs.-Merical (M) dec. Zander,
6-1.
152 lbs.--Stehman (M) drew Lot-
(redo, 1-1.
160 lbs.-Kamman (M) pinned May,
7:14.
167 lbs.-Hanson (M) dec. Watts,
7-1.
177 lbs.-Cornell (M) pinned Mac-
Comber, 6:54.
Hwt.-Porter pinned Tillath, 2:30.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
HOWARD KOHN

Wolverines will tangle this
ning at Lafayette.

eve-

GORDON WEEKS

MICHIGAN'S HOCKEY TEAM
igan State last weekend. Last n
Bulldogs' goalie six times in ai
Duluth net. LeBlanc came out to[
flip it aside, but he missed it.i
With the goalie out of the play,,
a Bulldog defenseman became theI
netminder. B r u c e Koviak, in
quickly on the play, lost his stick,r
but blocked the other defensemanG
as Mike Marttila flipped the puck+
into the opposite corner from the
neophyte goalie. With only 6:08
gone, the score was tied, 3-all.
Twelve minutes later, Ron Ull-!

coach Rick Gay was quite pleased
with the performances displayed
by the entire squad. "Considering
the competition," he stated, "they
wrestled exceedingly well.
"Sometimes there's a tendency
to let down against this kind of
competition," he continued. "In
that case, you're usually better
off with a good practice.
"But they didn't let down, did
they?"
Boiled 'Em
Bay also noted that "Illinois has
won only one meet so far this
year-against Purdue." And it is
the Boilermakers with whom the

BOB BOYSEN

the ten-minute rest period. It
wasn't relaxed.
An hour of hockey had come
down to nothing but a 5-5 stand-
off. Ten minutes of sudden death
lay ahead.
And sudden it was.
2:49 in Overtime
Just 2:49 of skating later, Bob
Boysen rammed the dramatic
clincher past Duluth's Dave Le-
Blanc to notch victory number 17
for this season's Michigan icers.
Only a thin Coliseum crowd
watched as the Wolverines came
from a three goad first period
deficit to pull ahead by one, go
down by one, and then send it into
the extra period with a tying goal
scored also by Boysen with less
than two minutes left in regula-
tion time.
"Bob played a tremendous
game," praised Renfrew about the
scorer of the tying and winning
C goals.
Boysen's winner skidded right
side of the net between LeBlanc's
skates.
Bulls-Eye
"Believe it or not, I was really
aiming for that corner of the net,"
Boysen laughed. "I was helped
when the puck stayed on the ice.
If, it ould have gotten up, the
goalie probably would have stop-
ped it."
The tying score came at 18:23
of the final period on a power

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yot completed the prediction by Leod (Newell, Christianson) 8:
splitting LeBlanc's legs with a llocKay (Ahrens, Thompso
15-footer. 19:22. Penalties: M-Lord (illeg
check) 6:52.
Duluth took the initiative in the SECOND PERIOD SCORING-M
third period, scoring two goals to Lord (Mike Marttila, Lee Marttii
retake the lead and setting the 1:48. --Lee !Marttila (Hansen, Mi
IMarttila) 4:47. M1-Mike Martti
stage for Boysen. Mart(Le arttila, Koviak)6:08. 3M
"We just weren't skating fast Ullyot (Lucier) 18:13. Penalties:
enough in the first period," com- -Wolfe (boarding) 0:42. M-Ha
mented Boysen. "They outraced sep (illegal check) 7:24. D - B
(holding) 12:18. D-Bell (10-iu
us to the puck." misconduct) 12:18. D-Newell (tri

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19:52.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING-D -
Bell (Christianson, McLeod) 4:56. D
-Thompson (Murphy) 6:12. M-Boy-
sen (Domm, Binnie) 18:23. Penalties:
M-Hansen (illegal check) 4:19. D-
Froiland (illegal check) 9:13. D -
Newell (tripping) 17:45.
OVERTIME SCORING: M-Boysen
(Binnie, Lucier) 2:49.

Saves:
LeBlane (D)
Keough (NI)

13 11 9 1-34
7 4 9 0-20

ORDER8S RETROACTIVE SANCTION:

Kheel Silences Feud Belligerents

And, except for the draw, all
the rest were victories. Though
the Illini finally found someone
to enter the circle against Gordon
Weeks, the 137-pounder easily
decisioned his opponent, 12-5. Burt
Merical followed suit with a 6-1
decision.
The next event was Loffredo's
waltz contest, where the Illini
gained their only points of the
evening. This little two-step, how-
ever, served only to inspire Jim
Kamman, who pinned his oppo-
nent at 7:14 in the 160-pound
match.
Wayne Hanson followed with
another easy decision, 7-1, over
Larry Watts in the 167-pound
class, but that was the last time
an Illini even lasted the entire
three periods.
Porter in the First
Pete Cornell, wrestling for the
Wolverines in the 177-pound class,
pinned Illinois' Bert MacComber
at 6:54 of his match. But Dave
Porter, heavyweight supreme, dis-
dained to let his match last even
that long, as he got his opponent
down on the mat for keeps after
only 2:30.
Assistant Wolverine wrestling

Special To The Daily
NEW YORK-After yesterday's
quasi-impartial shot by the Sports
Arbitration Board (SAB) the two
warring sides in the NCAA-AAU
track feud were noticeably more
silent.
Ted Kheel, chairman of the
SAB appointed by Vice President
Hubert Humphrey to arbitrate the
five-year vendetta, ordered the
U.S. Track and Field Federation
to apply for a retroactive AAU

sanction for last week's controver- thinclads, is a constitutent mem-
sial meet in Madison Square ber of the NCAA.
Garden. The AAU, regulatory body for
Ga rednnon-collegiate trackmen, also re-
He also ordered the AAU to plied in non-commital tones.
grant the sanction However,Kheel's statement, an-
From NCAA President Marcus 1nounced in a press conference
Plant, who fired an indicting tele- here, appeared to be a credit on
gram to Kheel Thursday, there the AAU's side of the ledger.
was no reciprocative action. "At Kheel, in a three-page type-
the moment, I have no comment," written statement, said that un-
Plant told The Daily last night. der the moratorium signed in
The U.S. Track and Field Fed- June, 1966, open competition was
eration, which represents college subject to sanction by the AAU.

This moratorium applied to for-
eign athletes participating in the
United States.
Kheel's statement also said that
it was contrary to the spirit of
the moratorium and the best ip-
terests of amateur sports for the
USTFF to hold a meet without
seeking a ruling from the SAB.
Kheel's statement said that the
AAU also should have consulted
the SAB -before suspending the
foreign athletes.
Kheel said the SAB will arrange
immediately for the two parties to
present their final arguments on
the basis of the record to date and
shall render a final decision in 60
days.

THIS SUNDAY

'M' Thinclads Challenge Irish

By BOB McFARLAND

SCORES,
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL
Independent Division
Second Place Finals
Carious Lesions over NADS, forfeit
Third Place Finals
Actuaries 58, LeFevre 28
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES
First Place Semis
Phi Delta Phi 49, Law Club 29
Second Place Finals
Nu Sigma Nu 55, Phi Delta Tau 38
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Princeton 51;, Columbia 41
North Carolina 80, South Carolina 55
Brown 79, Dartmouth 77
Clemson 62, No. Carolina State 50
NBA
Philadelphia 127, Cincinnati 118
St. Louis 133, Baltimore 132

Traveling into South Bend, In-
diana, during the winter sports
season isn't nearly so harrowing
as a similar Journey during the
fall. But the Wolverine cindermen
certainly won't have any field day
this afternoon when they clash
with the Fighting Irish.
Led by sprinter Bill Hurd and
half-miler Pete Farrell, Notre
Dame rates as a respectable op-
ponent, and according to Wolver-
ine track coach Don Canham,
"they could give us some trouble.'
The dual meet is the first of its
kind for the Michigan thinclads
this season, as Canham prefers to
emphasize relay competition for
his squads.
"Results of dual encounters
don't mean very much," Canham
states. "If one team has a couple

of strong individuals in an event'
which you are weak in, it can tiltr
the final result strongly in theirI
favor."I
Michigan will counter the Far-
rell threat with sophomore Ron,
Kutschinski, anchor man of the
Wolverine two mile relay unit.
Kutschinski ran a 1:49.0 final,
leg at the USTFF Invitational last'
week, while Farrell has been timed
in 1:49.4 over the half mile dis-.

off due to a sore arm, Michigan's
captain, Jack Harvey, will renew
his campaign to crack the 60-foot
barrier in the shot put.
Sawed-off Shotgun
With the Wolverines' outstand-
ing depth in the middle distances,
Canham will be able to spread his
crack runners over three events;
the 600-yard dash, the 880-yard
run, and the 1000-yard run.
Tom Kearney and Taimo Leps

PIANO
PLAYERS
openings NOW with
Rich Bloch and the
Gosliters
at Bimbo's
Part time - Steady
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after 6 p.m.

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Presbyterian Campus Center
DR. GEORGE MENDENHALL
"ARCHEOLOGY and the NEW
UNDERSTANDING of the BIBLE"
(illustrated discussion)
Supper (50c) 6 P.M. Dr. Mendenhall 7 P.M.

tance this season. will join teammate Kutschinski in
Speed-king Hurd may have the the attempt to head off Farrell in
track largely to himself in the the half mile.
60-yard dash, for Wolverine so- Slated for the 1000-yard run for
phomore George Hoey will miss Michigan are Ken Coffin, defend-
competition for the second straight ing Big Ten Indooor Champion in
week because of a leg inqury. the event, and another member of
Canham is taking no chances with the record-setting two-mile relay
his best dashman, with the Big squad, John Reynolds. Alex Mc-
Ten Indoor Championships only Donald, Elmo Morales, and Mar-
two weeks away. ion Hoey will comprise the Wol-
Returning to action after a week verine effort in the 600.

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1967 Symposium

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