THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967
1'AGE SI~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967
i THE BA TTLE
Gymnasts Smash Badgers, Gophers Track Team Overcomes
Special To The Daily Loken reported that the "key- individual first place spots in four the meet except on the parallel E arly Irish M ile Sw eeps
MINNEAPOLIS - Sparked by note of the whole meet was the of the seven events. Minnesota bars, where Minnesota took three
a 27.65 total by the ring team, the ring team's performance led by took two individual firsts while of the first four positions. Dick By JOHN EGGERTSEN ond to last event, which snuffe
Michigan gymnasts soundly de- Rich Kenney's 9.45. Rich, who got Wisconsin took one. Hinrichs led the Gophers with Special To The Daily out the hopes of the 400 scream
feated Minnesota and Wisconsin a lot of razzing from his team- nn -h. .Q" aATA .a 9.35. SOUTH BEND-With their 71- ing Notre Dame faithfuls.
Prof. Joseph Fletcher-Speaking at
Canterbury House-12 noon
in a triangular meet here.
The Wolverines netted a 188.25
total compared to the Badgers'
179.55 and the Gophers' 176.55.
Michigan, which suffered its first
Big Ten loss this season against
Michigan State last Wednesday,
climbed to a 4-1 conference record
while Wisconsin notched its first
victory against Minnesota and
rose to a 1-3 conference mark. The
Gophers, winless in Big Ten com-
petition, fell to 0-5.
Shape Up, Or ...
Wolverine gymnastics c o a c h
Newt Loken felt that his squad'
did "reasonably well considering
the expected letdown after the
MSU meet." Still, he said that
"we'll have to shape up for Iowa
Saturday." Michigan State travel-
ed to Iowa last night, and a Spar-
tan victory could throw the con-
ference race into a three-way tie.
VAULTING-1. Bradley (W) 9.2,
2. Rodney (M) 9.075, 3. C. Fuller
(M) 8.575, 4. P. Fuller (M) 8.4.
FLOOR EXERCISE-i. P. Fuller
(M) 9.5, 2. C. Fuller (M)_ 9.15, 3.
Jacobs (M) 8.85, 4. Nelson (Minn)
SIDE HORSE-i. Hoercherl (Mnn)
9.4, 2, Baessler (M) 9.1, 3. Geddes (M)
8.8, 4. Vo. (W) 8.5.
TRAMPOLINE - 1. Jacobs (M)
9.45, 2.NZadel (M) 9.2, 3. Conant (M)
9:0, 4. Naftalin (Minn) 8.9.
HIGH BAR-1. Vander Voort (M)
9.0, 2. Reinert (W) 8.8, 3. (tie)
Vanden Broek (M) and Stende
PARALLEL BARS - 1. Hinrichs
(Minn) 9.35, 2. Vander Voort (M)
9.2, 3. Nicholas (Minn) 9.1, 4. Stende
RINGS-i. Kenney (M) 9.45, 2.
Chilvers (M) 9.3, 3. Babcock (Min)
9.05, 4. Vander Voort (M) 9.0.
mates following his poor routine
against Michigan State, felt aw-
fully good with his 9.45."
The coach also noted that the
ring team barely beat out the
high-flying trampoline team which
finished with an impressive 27.65,
just a shade off its amazing 28.0
showing against MSU. And that
was without world champion
Wayne Miller, who will be ready
for the all-important Iowa meet
Kenney's brilliant performance
Was backed up by Cliff Chilvers
with a 9.3 and captain Gary Van-
der Voort's 9.0. Vander Voort had
earlier won the high bar with a
9.0, as the Wolverines took the
on the tramp, AAu cnamp
Dave Jacobs turned in his second
fine performance after sitting out
of competition with a sprained
ankle. The sensational soph net-
ted a 9.45, while teammates Mike
Zadel and Vic Conant finished
second and third respectively.
The greatest individual perform-
ance of the day, though, was turn-
ed in by senior Phip Fuller who
recorded a 9.5 in the floor ex-
ercise. Fuller; who is ranked in
the top two in the nation in "free
ex" was backed up by his brother
Chip and Jacobs, who gave the
Wolverines a 27.5 total in the
Michigan completely dominated
CLEVELAND (R) - Bob Sea-
gren broke his own world's in-
door pole vault record with a
leap of 17-3 yesterday at the
27th annual Knights of Colum-
bus track meet.
Seagren, who set the indoor
mark of 17-2 Jan. 28 at Albu-
querque, N.M., missed on the
first try but made it on the
Loken noted that "the team is 60 victory over Notre Dame yester-
feeling real good right now. We're day, the Michigan track .team
just anxious to find out how the completed the first half of its dual
Spartans did against the Hawk- meet season undefeated. The thin-
eyes." - clads possess an unblemished rec-
__ __ord of 1-0.
Track coach Don Canham pre-
fers to have his squad compete in
multi-school relays, which will be
the format of the Big Ten and
NCAA championship meets. Yet
today's dual meet gave the team
a chance to work as a unit.
With Michigan trailing for al-
most the whole meet after Notre
Dame's 1-2 finish in the mile run, Other Michigan winners were
the entire team and the few Mich- Larry Midlam and Nelson Graham
igan fans who came down to who placed 1-2, respectively, in
South Bend were treated to a vic- both the high and low hurdles,
torious mile relay run, in the sec- Gary Knickerbocker in the high
jump. Matti Kilpelainen and Carl
Watkins who tied in the pole
vault, and Jack Harvey who over-
came the shock of nearly hitting
several spectators when his toss
landed in the stands which were
viously piled up 30 points on three only 55 feet away.
pins and four decisions over their Irishman Bill Hurd easily won
Boilermaker counterparts. Burt 1 the 60-yard dash, as Michigan's
Merical picked up the first pin best sprinter, George Hoey missed
after trailing Purdue 145-pounderIthe meet. Hurd ran in three other
Rich Ratliff 4-2 going into the Ievents in a vain effort to get
second period. But Merical re- Notre Dame to victory.
versed Ratliff and pinned him be-
fore six minutes had elapsed.
Bill Colton. Ron Kutschinski.
Bob Gerometta, and Alex McDon-
ald set a new meet record, a new
fieldhouse record, and, as Notre
Dame head coach Alex Wilson
said, a world record for a 220-
yard dirt banked track on a Sat-
urday afternoon," with a time of
Earlier. Kutschinski and Mc-
Donald had contributed to the
Wolverine cause by winning the
880-yard run and the 600-yard
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WEST LAFAYETTE-A wrestl-
ing meet should at least offer some
exercise for its participants.
But apparently Dave Porter
thought it would be more valuable
to just end Michigan's ' 35-0
slaughter of Purdue yesterday af-
ternoon in as short a time as pos-
The Wolverine heavyweight ac-
cordingly pinned his Purdue oppo-
nent in 23 seconds, a mark usually
reached only when one of the com-
batants trips on his shoelaces.
"Porter took Dick Daffinnee down
in five seconds, curled him up like
I a pretzel, and put him away,"
assistant coach Rick Bay explain-
ed. "Dave was a lot bigger than
his man and just went right to
Porter's teammates had pre-
123 lbs.-Fehrs (M) dec. Katz, 14-
130 lbs.-Henson (M) dec. Trail,
137 lbs.-Weeks (M) dec. Zaccarino,
145 lbs.-Merical (M) pinned Rat-
152 lbs. - Stehman (M) pinned
K0 albs.-Kamman (M) pinned
167 lbs.-Waterman (M) dec. Pe-
177 lbs.-Cornell (M) dec. Bruce
Hwt.-Porter (M) pinned Daffi-
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The Wolverines' other two pins1
followed in quick succession. 152-
pound Fred Stehman and 160-
pound Jim Kamman complement-
ed Merical's effort by immobiliz-
ing their adversaries in the open-
ing moments of the second period.
"Geoff Henson wrestled prob-
ably the most exciting match of
the day," Bay commented. "He
trailed Ralph Trail in the second
period 4-3 before gaining a take-
down and an escape to pull out the
match, 8-5. Trail got hurt with a
few minutes to go and we gave
him some extra time to tape his
knee, but it didn't do him any
Almost, But Not .. .
The only other close match was
that between 177-pounders Bill
Waterman of Michigan and Dave.
Petree. "Waterman led all the
way, however, so the final score
of 8-6 is deceptive," Bay explained.
The pace of the meet was set
when Bob Fehrs opened action by
outpointing Larry Katz, 14-1. "But
considering the competition, the
boys put on an excellent show,"
Bay added. "Except for a couple
of sloppy moments, we looked very
good. It amounted to a good work-
out, probably the best we could
expect under the circumstances."
The circumstances were that
Purdue's mat squad is one of its
worst in years.
Dave Porter probably worked up
more sweat walking back to the
As Angels Slept
ONE MILE RUN-1. Howard (ND),
2. Vehorn (ND), 3. Kearney (M).
440-YD. RUN-1. Gerometta (M),
2. Gough (ND), 3. Welty (ND). Time
'60-YD. HIGH HURDLES-1. Mid-
lam (M), 2. Graham (M), 3. Ken-
ny, (ND). Time-:07.5 (time meet
LONG JUMP-1. Chaput (ND), 2.
Hurd (ND), 3. Colton (M). Distance
--22'1114" (new meet record).
1000-YD. RUN-1. Farrell (ND),
2. Coffin (M), 3. Reynolds (M).
Time-2:12.1 (new meet record).
60-YD, DASH-i.:lHurd (ND), 2.
Skarstein (ND), 3. Gazzarto (M).
Time-:06.2 (ties meet record).
600-YD. RUN-1. McDonald (M),
2. Breunlin (ND), 3. Timm (ND).
Time-i1:11.5 (new meet record).
300-YD. DASH-1. Skarstein (ND),
2. Hurd (ND), 3. Cooper (M). Time
--:31.0 (new fieldhouse, meet record).
SHOT PUT-1. Harvey (M), 2.
Reid (ND), 3. Lauchtman (M). Dis-
880-YD. RUN-1. Kutschinski (M),
2. Leps (M), 3. Kearney (M). Time
TWO MILE RUN-i. Walsh (ND),
2. Leahy (ND), 3. Bishop (M). Time
-9:04.0 (new meet record).
60-YD. LOW HURDLES-1. Grah-
am (M), 2. Midlam (M), 3. Widdi-
field (ND). Time-:07.0.
POLE VAULT-1. Kilpelainen (M)
and Watkins (M), tie, 3. Butler
ONE MILE RELAY-1. Michigan
(Colton, Kutschinski, Gerometta and
McDonald). 2. Notre Dame. Time-
3:15.3 (fieldhouse, meet record. Ties
varsity record' set by Hunter, Ro-.
main, Hughes, Bernard, 1964).
HIGH JUMP - 1. Knickerbocker
(M), 2. Hunt (M), 3. Broderick (ND).
Height-6i" (new meet record).
FINAL SCORE: Michigan 71, No-
tre Dame 60.
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