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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1967

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1967

FRATERNITY

Super
By DOUG HELLER
If any Michigan Hockey enthu-
siast expected a repetition yester-
day of Friday's obliteration of
Minnesota, they were in for one
whale of a surprise.
Michigan squeezed by in a 5-4
decision that could easily have
gone the other way, a statement
attested to by goalie Harold Her-
man, who said that he felt "lucky
to win." In fact, the tenacity of
a supposedly "weak" Minnnesota
team (they have only one league
win), was remarkable, especially
after Friday's 10-5 shellacking.
That Minesota was an entirely
different team can be easily be
shown how the winning goal was

Saturday

for

Icers,

Matmen

after a 46-second blitzkrieg by
Michigan in front of the Minne-
sota net during the first minute,
it didn't seem as if there were
woing to be any at all. Both
goalies came up with fine saves
when necessary, and most of the
play centered around center ice,
with Minnesota having a slight
edge.
The quiet was broken at 2:28
of the second period, when Bill
Lord attempted a cross wing pass,
apparently aimed at Captain Mike
Marttila. But it only nicked Mike,
and brother Lee got it, neatly
faked out a defenseman and clean-
ly beat goalie Roussopolous.
The goal was quickly followed
by one by Bob Baird, from a

By BILL LEVIS
Michigan's wrestlers made it
look easy yesterday as they pasted
a young Northwestern squad with
a 32-2 decision in the confines of
Yost Field House.
Coach Cliff Keen's grapplers
beat the young Wildcats for the
40th time in 42 meetings with

end though as the match ended inI
a 4-4 draw. Bay commented that
"there was a world of difference in
the way he (Henson) wrestled to-
day after last week."s
From here on, Northwestern
could not even muster a point as
the Michigan matmen were in
complete control. Gordon Weeks,1
in the 137-pound class, led his

scored. melee around the Minnesota cage.
A closely forechecking Dean The Gophers countered on a shot

Lucier stole the puck, and raced
up left wing until he was even
with the net. He fired right at the
legs of defenseman Jerry Trooien,
and thedpuck hit the latter's stick,
and bounced at a 90 degrees angle
through the legs of goalie Pete
Roussopolous.
Aw Shucks
Lucier refused to take credit forE
the surprising game clincher, say-
ing that it was intended as more
or less of a desperation centering
pass to avoid a defenseman's
check. "I fired it as hard as I
could, because I knew that (for-
ward) Bob Baird was supposed to
be somewhere in the area," he
said afterwards. "I turned around
to see it go in."
The goal, scored with just over
rmix minutes remaining in the
ipeared to sew up the decision
until Minnesota's Bill Klatt on a
,pass from Chuck Norby cleanly
ibeat goalie Herman with just 33
,seconds left. And in the last few
'moments, Minnesota was clustered
'around the Michigan net again.
Segmented Game
The contest itself can best be
described as three different trends,
each dominating a period. The
first frame had no scoring and,

by Captain Norby, but the Blue
came back on a pretty tip in by
Bruce Koviak after a feed by Bob
Boyson.
Minnesota didn't give up easily,
as Pat Dufour came right back
with a counter.
Rougher in Third
The third period was much
rougher and included two small
free-for-alls around the Minne-
sota net. Lucier started the scor-
ing with his first unassisted mark-
er, a steal at left wing, a dash
to the right and a clean score at
1:02. But Minnesota came back
again with another goal by Nor-
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: None.
Penalties-Minn-Paradise (charg-
ing) 3:06. M-Hansen (interference)
6:04. M-Boysen (hooking) 12:34.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING-M
-Lee Marttila (Lord, Mike Marttila)
2:28. M-Baird (Lucier, Koviak) 5:11.
Minn-Norby (Fichuk, Klatt) 9:16.
M-Koviak (Boysen)13:29; Minn -
Dufour (Hughes, Paradise) 15:39.
Penalties: M-Ullyot (interference)
10:42.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: M -
Lucier (unassisted) 1:02. Minn-Nor-
by (Christenson, Klatt) 2:57; M -
Lucier (unassisted) 13:42. Min-
Klatt (Norby) 19:27. Penalties: Minn
-Shattuck (slashing) 9:24; M -
Baird (elbowing) 9:24.
Saves:
Roussopolous (Minn) 11 16 23-50
Herman (M) 15 13 13-41

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Fehrs, Peter Cornell, and Wildcat opponent almost through-
Porte rleading the way with out, decisioning Jack Dunn. 8-7.
The Wolverines now own a Bert Merical, who has now won
conference record after de- seven straight this year, took care
ng Indiana 20-9 in Bloom- of Curt Imrie in easy fashion. 7-1,
n, last week. in the next weight division.
e steady Fehrs set the mood Mystery Matmen
he whole afternoon when he In the 152-pound class, Fred
ed Ed Dumas at 5:30 in the Stehman continued the Wolver-
ound division match. Fehrs ines' mastery defeating Wildcat
ed to toy with Dumas before co-captain Russ Schnider6-2.
g him down for the necessary c-atm usShedr -.
in the third period. Stehman gave a very steady per-
formance scoring two points in
Bouquets from Bay each of the three periods while
off Henson, who received spe- Schneider got his two for a re-
praise from assistant coach versal in the third.
Bay after the meet, wrestled Jim Kamman put the meet out
losest match of the day with of Northwestern's reach in the
and Open finalist Wayne next weight division with a 6-3
on. Watson, NU's best, was decision over Otto Zeman. Kam-
nstant trouble throughout the man, who has only lost one this
part of the match and kept year while winning six gave the
g off the match to avoid Wolverines a 17 point scoring
. He came on stroong at the bulge, 19-2, with only three

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matches to go. Even if the Wild-
cats could manages three pins,
Michigan would win 19-17. North-
western not only did not manage
a pin, it couldn't even get a point
in the last three matches.
Wayne Hansen. who was above
his normal weight class, wrestled
the most interesting match of the
day with Wildcat Rich Ruben.
Ruben was leading 3-0 in the sec-
ond period when he broke his
baby finger. Instead of forfeiting,
giving the Wolverines five more
points, he courageouslydecided
to continue after having his finger
reset and taped.
Ruben slowly lost his lead to
Hansen and was losing 6-5 with
about 30 seconds to go when he
gained two points for a take-
down and was ahead by one when
the buzzer sounded ending the
match. After conferring with the
judges table though, referee Iggy
Konrad awarded the match to
Hansen, 8-7, giving the grappler
two points for riding time.
The last two matches saw the

Wolverines get their other two
pins of the afternoon. Cornell
wrestling against former Illinois
state champ Seth Norton led 8-2
before pinning his tired opponent

DEAN LUCIER

by in less than two minutes which
set the stage for the conclusion
of Lucier's heroics and the last
second excitement.
Between the first and second
periods a group known as the
"Hockettes" (Rockettes on ice)
from Ann Arbor high made quite
a splash, in fact causing more ex-
citement than the hockey game
did up to that time.
But the game made somewhatx
of a comeback later and was gen-I
erally well-played resulting from+
Minnesota's improvement, as sym-
bolized by Lucier's high comple-
ments for opposing goalie Rousso-
polous, who had been embarras-
singly removed the day before dur-
ing the Wolverines ten goal bar-
rage.

70.5-52.5 WHIPPIN
Young 3
Flog Boilo
By GRETCHEN TWIETMEYER
Special To The Daily
W E S T LAFAYETTE, Ind. -
Nobody should begrudge Purdue
the Rose Bowl, not anyone who
likes to root for the underdog.
One of Michigan's three Chevy
wagons, containing a few senior
'M' jacketed tankers (Carl Robie,
Paul Scherer, Bill Groft, Rus Kin-
gery and Fred Brown for exam-
ple) headed back for Ann Arbor
Billboard
The IM department needs ref-
erees for weekday night and
Saturday afternoon basketball
games at $2 an hour. Call 663-
4181 and leave name and phone
number.

at 5:20.
r + Just Average
G: Porter. who wrestled his usual
consistent match, pinned Ron
Wiley after only 54 seconds had
elapsed.
Bay noted that "in general, I
have to be enthusiastic with our
performance. We looked so much
cAk e rs better today than against Indiana
last week. Man to man the team
looked and wrestled a lot better."
after the Indiana meet. This left As he left, Bay mentioned that
a solid core of sophomores to he had taken notes on the mis-
demolish Boilermaker coach Rich- takes the Wolverines had made.
ard (Pappy) Papenguth's unre- While they weren't numerous, Bay
fined swimmers, 70%/2-52%2yester-said that there were still notes in
fine swmmes, o~~~i~ yeteihis book..
day afternoon.
Bu Rick Bay just hopes that there
But Papenguth, who didn't havewon't be notes in his book on Feb.
much to say about a team that 25. That's the day the Wolverines
lost every meet last year, got some face defending Big Ten champ
satisfaction. The five events Pur-M ga e
due hustled brought in varsity Michigan State.

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Opponents and Exponents
Purdue's most radiant perform-
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123 lbs.-Fehrs (M) pinned Dumas
(NU), 5:30.
130 lbs.-Henson (M) drew with
Watson (NU), 4-4.
137 lbs.-Weeks (M) dec. Dunn
(NU), 8-7,
145 lbs.-Merical (M) dec. Imrie
(NU), 7-1.
152 lbs. - Stehman (M) dec.
Schneider (NU), 6-2.
160 lbs.-Kamman (M) dec. Ze-
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167 lbs.-Hansen (M) dec. Ruben
(NU), 8-7.
177 lbs.-Cornell (M) pinned Nor-
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Hwt.--Porter (M) pinned Wiley
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