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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967'.'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA01 SEVETJ

Icers R
By DAVE TICKTON
The Michigan Wolverines out-
did themselves last night. In one
of the roughest, hardest played
games of the season the "M"
icers overpowered Minnesota Du-
luth 8-2.
Before the last fan had a chance
to find a seat, Bob Boysen, Fri-
day night's hero, picked up from
his last congratulations and flip-
ped the puck past Dave LeBlanc,
the bewildered Bulldog goalie.
Minnesota should have left the
arena right then. They didn't win
a fight all night.

omp

Over

Duluth, 8-2

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Breaks
The Michigan skaters finally got
those well deserved breaks. For
Tankers
By DOUG HELLER
Tradition went out the window
at Matt Mann Pool yesterday as
the Wolverine swimmers ripped
Ohio State, 84-38.
First, Coach Gus Stager intro-
duced his senior in what is usually
the last dual meet of the season
against the Buckeyes.
But this isn't a year for tradi-
tion, so Michigan takes on Min-
nesota Monday night.
Traditional Flack
Then, the coach told the crowd,
which contained a number of Wol-
verine swimming alumni, that one
reason he picked this meet for a
gathering was the excitement
caused by a contest with "tradi-
tionally"' strong OSU.
Maybe Ohio State is tradition-
ally strong, but they're currently
disguised as somebody's weak sis-
ter, as they displayed in their
collapse before the Wolverine
tankers.
The 84-38 score was significant
only it if is remembered that a
losing swimming team is ordina-
rily guaranteed 19 points for en-
tering all the events. Actually,
Ohio State could have racked upi
the same score with three team
400-YD. MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Kingery, Scheerer, Schwar-
ten, O'Malley). 2. Ohio State. Time
-3:38.16. hosae.Tm
1000-YD. FREESTYLE--1. Williams
(I). 2. Robertson (M). 3. Weiss (0).
Timne-10:46.09.
ONE METER DIVING-1. Knorr
(0). 2. Kirkland (O). 3. Brown (M).
Points--277.00
200-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Robie
(M). 2. O'Connor (M). 3. Grell (O).
Time- :46.06 (pool record).
50-YD. FREESTYLE - 1. Groft
(M). 2. Wiebeck (M). 3. Betzhold
(0). Time-:21.96.
200-YD. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Hopper (O). 2. Kingery (M). 3.
Salassa (M). Time-2:04.07.
THREE METER DIVING-1. Knorr

the first two periods their pass- ta pass flipped to Galbraith and not truly reflect the outstanding
ing set up some picture play scor- watched as the surprising sopho- game , the Wolverine netminder
ing moves. more drilled a shot into the upper played. Herman was a bit peeved
Jerry Hartman who played an left corner of the net. After Bruce over the second Minnesota goal.
outstanding game, picking up two Koviak finished out the first per- In the third period, far after
goals and an assist, capitalized on iod scoring, the game wasn't much the outcome of the game was in
the sharp passing as he deflected in doubt. question, there was a small scur-
a centering pass from Doug Gal- Team ry around the Michigan net in
braith into the nets four minutes The offensive mount was a true which Duluth managed to displace
after Boysen's awakening goal. "I team effort. Ten different men fig- Herman and push the puck in at
just touched it with my stick," ured in Michigan's scoring and the same time.
Hartman mused. "It went right all made their presence felt in a "Someone had me pinned against
between the goalie's skates." few third period disagreements. the bar," Herman said. "When the
Minnesota never seemed to re- The defense showed real hustle. goal went in I couldn't even move."
cover their poise and the Wolver- Time and time again a potential This scuffle resulted in a pileup
ine icers rifled shots at will to- slapshot was smothered by a div- of players that would have done
wards the Bulldog netminder. ing, stick swinging Wolverine de- a telephone booth stuffing team
Hartman was next on the other fenseman. The relatively small proud.
end of the scoring combination as number of saves by Michigan goal- Resulting penalties had the eli-
he intercepted a clearing Minneso- ie Harold Herman, though, does gibility of alternate goalie Jim
-_ - - Keough for next weeks game in
in ten penalties had the degree of
question for a few minutes. The
unLowlyBuckeyesentire third period which resulted
the referee's control of the game
members, divers Chuck Knorr, i questi too.
an Totikad adNA at Contrast
an o ikad n CALs night's game was quite a~
400-yard Individual Medley chain- contrast to the close suspense fill-
pion Bob Hopper in there alone ed encounter of the previous night.
Both Michigan and the Buck- Michigan never had to catch any-
one. They controlled the skating,
eyes failed to enter more than one the puck, the fights and the pen-i
swimmer each in the 500-yard alty box.
freestyle, so nobody received that Duluth Coach Ralph Romano
one third place point. r could only lick his wounds. "Mich-
one of this takes anything igan really skated well and you
away from the Wolverine effoit, can't argue much with a game like
asimprovement was shown in tht"h"ocdd
diving, sprinting, and the 500- Their momentum and return of
yard freestyle. The Blue won 10 of the friendly break should help the
13 events, and swept eight. Wolverine skaters in the final reg-
Blue Chip ular season series next week
The inspiration was provided against North Dakota. This series
when Captain Carl Robie, fresh will probably decide the WCHA
from reCords in the 1n i and 50 BcRNIEBAKERchampion.

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yard freestyles, decided to try the
200 for a change and knocked off
the pool record with a 1:46.06.
Mike O'Connordanother swimmer
who has been entering the long
distance races, was second, about
two seconds behind.
Diving coach Dick Kimball was
especially complimentary toward
O'Connor, who he called "as good
as any sprinter on the team."
Laps in the Pool
Moving into the places of Robie
(0). 2. Mer'den (M). 3. Brown (M).
Points--322.50.
200-YD. BUTTERFLY - 1. Robie
(M). 2. Arnsoo (M). 3. Gable (0).
Time-:48.4.
100-YD. FREESTYLE-I. Wiebeck
(M). 2. Groft (M). 3. Lakin (0).
Time-:48.4.
200-YD. BACKSTROKE-1. King-
ery (M). 2. Hopper (O). 3. Williams
(M). Time-2 :00.25.
501-YD. FREESTYLE-1. Bisbee
(M). 2. Brady (0). Time-5:04.62.
200-YD. BREASTSTROKE - 1.
Scheerer (M). 2. Mahler (M). 3.
DeViaming (O). Time-2:18.0.
400-YD. FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Michigan (Salassa, Groft, Wiebeck,
O'Connor). 2. Ohio State. Time -
3:13.6.

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and O'Connor in the 1000-yard:
freestyle, Tom Williams and erst-
while breaststroker John Robert-
son easily lapped the opposition.
The 500 was all butterflyer-
turned-freestyler Lee Bisbee, as
his time of 5:04.62 far outshined
his past efforts. It's nice to arrive
just before the Big Ten meet.
A similar statement was used
by Kimball, as he directed it at
the three meter performance of
diver Jay Meaden. Although edged
by Knorr, 322 to 319, it was the
first time he topped 300 points
and, according to Kimball, he is
now an established threat.
Ken Wiebeck, who swam the
50-yard freestyle instead of his
usual 200, raced to a :48.4 clock-
ing, just ahead of Bill Groft. Kim-
ball pointed out that if he had
maintained the same pace he had
up to 75 yards, he could have been
at "47 something," approaching
his best time ever.
Now, if only they can do this
against some non-traditional op-
position. . .

FIRST PERIOD SCORING: AI -
Boysen (Binnie, Lucier) 0:21. M-
Hartman (Galbraith) 4:38. M-Gal-
braith (Hartman, Ullyot) 10:10. M
-Koviak (Mike Marttila) 14:55. Pen-
alties: M-Mike Marttila (charging)
2:29. M-Ullyot (illegal check) 4:58.
D-Bell (illegal check) 9:40. M-Boy-
sen (tripping) 12:20. M-Boysen (10-
min. misconduct) 21:20. D-Chris-
tianson (tripping) 19:46.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: AT
-Lord (Lee Marttila) 0:39. D -
Francisco (McLeod) 5:02. M-Domm
(Koviak) 8:00. M-Lee Marttila (Lord,
Koviak). Penalties: D-Bell (cross
check) 7:18. NI-Lee _Marttila (trip-
ping) 9:03. D-Newell (illegal check)
9:31. D-Young (cross check) 12:13.
D-Bell (s'ashing) 12:55. M - Lord
(elbowing) 15:19. M-Domm (charg-
ing) 19:04. M-Bench penalty - 2
min. (served by Binnie) 19:04.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: M -
Hlartman (Galbraith) 4:35. D-Froi-
land (Murphy) 11:21. Penalties: MW-
Lord (holding) 5:29. D-McLeod (10
min.) 6:37. M-Mike Marttila (board-
ing) 10:15. D-Murphy (spear; 5
min.) 11:21. MI-Brook (10 min.)
11:21. M-Ullyot (high stick) 13:47.
MI-Thompson (holding) 14:34. D -
Newell (tripping) 15:19. M-Lucier
(high stick) 16:27. M - Hansen
(illegal check) 17:33.

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