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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 1965

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 1965

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Close in on Big Ten Championship;
Balanced Scoring Accounts for Win
By CHUCK VETZNER "It was a win we needed, and he In free exercise, John Hender-
had to beat two of the best in the son responded to the importance
Michigan's gymnasts took a big conference (Gailis and sophomore of the meet by earning a 9.45.
bounce and a long leap toward Ken Gordon) to do it." Chip and Phil Fuller, identical
their fifth consecutive Big Ten In addition to the pressure, twins from Florida, followed with
championship yesterday with a Baessler was further handicapped identical scores (what else?) of
64/-532 win over Glen Gailis because his hand guard broke loose 9.05 to tie for second.
and his Iowa cohorts. in the middle of his performance,
Gailis, who stands only 5'7" but and he had to complete the rou- The next event, the trampolne,
is so strong that he can do hand- tine with his flesh scraping was once again the Wolverine
stands on his finger tips, account- against the rough pommels. haymaker w h i c h completely
ed for 33 of his team's points and Three Firsts knocked out the Hawkeyes. Gary
even then was two below his av- Even though Michigan only took Erwin, champion of the Big Ten,
erage of 35. three firsts, Loken was genuinely the NCAA, the World, etc.,
He grabbed four firsts, includ- pleased with the work of his men. brought down first, and Fred
ing a win in the all-around. But The Wolverines took second in Sanders and John Hamilton took
the Wolverines swept free' exer- every event except the horse and the place and show positions to
cise, trampoline, and got a first third in everything but vaulting. make the score 35-13.
place from Art Baessler in the "We hit well on 85 per cent of "After that," said Loken, "I
side horse that Michigan Coach our routines," he said, "and when wasn't too worried."
Newt Loken considered the key a team does that, it's going to Next Saturday, Michigan will
to victory, win." A Hawkeye gymnast ex- try to clinch its fifth straight Big
Baessler Wins pressed similar sentiments. "They Ten championship when they host
Baessler turned in a 9.45 to win were just better than we were," Indiana, a team which has only
the event with the best perform- he said with deep disappointment, one Big Ten victory and has been
ance of his career. "That's the "Any team that takes the top trounced by Iowa.
one that really got us going," a three places in two events has to
delighted Loken said afterwards. be great." WINSIROW:
FLOOR EXERCISE-i. Henderson End of the Road 30 IN A
(M) 9.45; 2. (tie) C. Fuller (M) and For Iowa, the defeat is justI
P. Fuller (M); 4. Gailis (I); 5. about the end of the trail. Their

Minnesota Triumphs 5-3;
Puckmen Retain Fourth

Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Michigan's
hockey team came back from a#
one goal deficit three times lastI
night, but could never get the big,
goal to put them in the lead, and1
lost to Minnesota in the third'
period, 5-3.
The game was marked with 38'
minutes of penalties, most of
which were on the Wolverines.
The number of penalties was in-
dicative of the rough wide-open
play that has perpetually marked
the Michigan-Minnesota series.
The number of saves made by
the goalies were also an indica-
tion of the direction of the game-
Michigan's Greg Page came up
with 33 saves while Lothrop was
only called upon 19 times.
Big Loss
The loss was another big one.
for Michigan as the Wolverines
once again had a chance to take
over solid possession of fourth

Daily-Jim Lines
MICHIGAN'S ART IAESSLER performs a leg scissors on the
side horse during yesterday's competition against Iowa. Baes-
sler won the event with a score of 9.45, which Coach Newt
Loken called the turning point of the team's 64.5-53.5 win.

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hopes of ending the Wolverine
string of titles practically vanish-
ed with the loss. Michigan is now

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TRAMPOLINE-. Erwint(M) 9.5; tie for the Big Ten crown which Special To The Dailyt
z. Sanders (M); 3. Hamilton () sdcddo ulme ai
4. Febey (I); 5. (tie) stein (I) an e a l IOWA CITY-Led by the same
Sayre (1). this year. Iowa is still in second IhrWA ITY-Led by la tesame
HIGH BAR-i. Gailis (I) 9.4; 2. but is now 4-1 for the season. three "pinners" of last week, Wol-
Vander Voort (M); 3. (tie) Cash- Yesterday's showdown was wit- verine matmen crushed Iowa yes-!
n (M) and Price (I); 5. Frecska nessed by an overflow crowd of terday by a score of 23-8.I
VAULTING-1. Heller (1) 9.2; 2. 3,000 'that was literally hanging The victory was the thirtiethk
Henderson (M); 3. Gailis (1); 4. from the rafters of the IM Build- consecutive dual meet triumpht
Price (1); 5. P. Fuller (M). ing. The spectators had plenty to for coach Cliff Keen's Big Ten
PARALLEL BARS -- 1. Gailis (1)
9.25; 2. Vander Voort (M); 3. Frecs- cheer about right from the start leaders and their seventh con-
ka (M); 4. Hller (I); 5. Williams as Michigan made the most of ference win of the season.
(M) I its three wins by putting them Although the matmen never al-
STILL RINGS-i. Gailis (1) 9.55; together in the first three eventsloeth Hakysogtu-
2. Chilvers (M); 3. Vander Voortn loved the Hawkeyes to get un-
(M); 4. Keeley (1); 5. Blanton (M). to keep the pressure on Iowa from tracked, the victory was tempered]
ALL-AROUND-i. Gailis (I). the beginning, by heavyweight Bob Spaly's initial
_-loss of the season. Assistant coach1
Dennis Fitzgerald mentioned thatk
U of M Faculty, Staff &Studentthere were other rough spots. "I
Staf & Suden think that while we won by aI
big score it was evident we haveC
CROU FLGHTS TO EURO E isome work to do before the con-
GROUP IGHTS TO EUROPE ference championships in two
weeks," he stated.
Round Trip Jets (not charter) New York-London Fehrs Pins
Bob Fehrs, at 123 pounds, start-
ed the meet off with his fifth pin
June 1 St Flight (11 week stay) $333.20 of the seasonand second in a row.
______________________________________________ Fehrs, undefeated this year, put
away Tom Bowman at 5:35 of
July 14th Flight (5 week stay) $341.40 their match. The sophomore leads
_______________________________________ the team in pins.
Michigan's Doug Horning regis-
Both flights return Aug. 1 7th and include tered his second straight "big"
B1/fd a n A u . d7 a ndn c dw in b y trouncing B ill F uller, 5-1.
dyn uFuller, third last year in the
NCAA championships at 123
pounds, found the unbeaten Wol-
nformation from Les Thurston, 663-5718 verine too tough a competitor.
Last week Horning defeated In-

diana's Bill Campbell, last year's
fourth place finisher in the NCAA.
Johannesen Ties
At 137, Bill Johannesen tied
with the Hawkeyes' Bob Rausen-
berger, 1-1. For Johannesen it
was his third draw of the season,
in addition to one victory. He has
not lost. Cal Jenkins, who didn't
wrestle last week, put on a strong
showing in his return to action
to writewash Ray Davis in the
147 pound class, 5-0.
Iowa picked up a victory in the
157 pound division, thanks to a
bad knee. The bad knee was sit-
ting back in Ann Arbor, where Lee
Deitrick, defending conference
champion, injured it last Thursday
SCOUE S
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Illinois 113, Michigan State 94
iowa 105, Purdue 85
Minnesota 88, Northwestern 77
Indiana 100, Wisconsin 87
Alabama 63, Tennessee 58
Princeton 82, Harvard 72
UCLA 73, Oregon State 55
Stanford 61, Washington 56
Missouri 89, Oklahoma 82
Oklahoma City 90, Denver 65
Davidson 62, The Citadel 50
Nebraska 69, Iowa State 65
Tulsa 84, Cincinnati 71
Louisiana St. 94, Mississippi St. 76
Penn State 70, Syracuse 62
Penn 74, Dartmouth
NHL
Toronto 4, Chicago 3
Detroit 3, New York 2
Montreal 6, Boston 2
NBA
Philadelphia 111, New York 92
COLLEGE HOCKEY
Michigan Tech 5, Michigan State 4

in practice. Sophomore Burt Meri-
cal, subbing for Deitrick, gave Wil-
bur Devine a close battle, losing
by only a single point, 5-4. It was
the first meet for Merical, who has
been shadowed by Deitrick all
year.
Second Pin
Michigan got its second pin
from captain Rick Bay, who pin-
ned his opponent last week, also.
Bay, wrestling in the 167 pound
class, felled Dennis Wegner at
4:36 of the second period.
The final pin of the day was
awarded to Chris Stowell. Stowell
picked up his second consecutive
pin when he put away Iowa's Tom
Fennelly at 4:30.
The tightest match of the day
witnessed the biggest upset, when
Roger Schilling handed Wolverine
heavyweight Bob Spally his first
setback of the year, 4-3. Spaly
started strong with a takedown in
the first period, but Schilling es-
caped. Each had an escape in the
next two periods, but with only
20 seconds to go in the match,
Schilling took down Spaly, along
with his formerly unblemished
record.
Assistant coach Dennis Fitz-
gerald, looking ahead to the Big
Ten championships, said, "I think
Bob will beat him next time."
Spaly had defeated Schilling twice
previously last season.
Michigan State, expected to
furnish a big challenge for the
Wolverines, journeys to Ann Arbor
next Saturday, February 27. It
will be Michigan's final dual meet
of the season. The week following
will be the Big Ten champion-
ships in Columbus, Ohio.

place; however, the Michigan
State Spartans also lost, their
third in a row, by a score of 5-4
to Michigan Tech. As a result
the Blue remain in fourth place
by a mere .020 percentage points;
Michigan was never ahead even
though the game was tied three
times. Dick Haig drew first blood
for the Gophers at 7:43 with
assists from Larry Stordahl and
Craig Falkman.
Fought Back
The Wolverines fought back
when Dean Lucier scored his
fourth goal of the season un-
assisted. Lucier slapped a shot
from the Blue line on the right
hand side. Gopher goalie John
Lothrop was screened by a Minne-
sota defenseman on the play, and
never really had a good chance at
the puck as it sailed into the up-
per right hand corner of the net.
Lucier's goal came at 17:03 of the
first period.
Minnesota scored quickly in the
second period on a goal by Roy
Nystrom at 0:57, but the Wolver-
ines came back in the last two
seconds of the stanza to tie up
the game on a goal by Marty
Read. Mel Wakabayashi brought
the puck down the ice as both
teams were two men short and
was ridden off by two Minnesota
defenders, but he dropped a pass
for Read who scored in the upper
left hand corner.
Michigan rallied again on a goal
by Tom Polonic from Pierre De-
chaine at 7:37. Polonic put in a
rebound after Dechaine had slap-
ped a shot at Lothrop from 10
feet; however, goals by Doug
Woog (unassisted), who is still
two points behind Wakabayashi
in leaguescoring, and Bruce Lar-
son at 12:14 and 16:49 of the last
period put the game on ice for
the Gophers.
Michigan will play Michigan
Tech in a two game home series
this coming weekend which, along
with MSU's performance, will de-
cide the fourth WCHA playoff
berth.
First Period Scoring: Minn-Haig
(Stordahl, Falkman) 1:43. M--Lu-
cier (unassisted) 17:03. Penalties: M
-MacDonald (highsticking) 3:33.
Minn-Nystrom (highsticking) 3:33
M-Dechaine (interference). 5:41.
M--MacDonald (charging) 12:33. M
--Ferguson (cross-checking) 13:55.
Minn--Edmund (butt-ending) 13:55.
Second Period Scoring: Minn -
Nystrom (Dale, Zacho) 0:57, M -
Read (Wakabayashi) 19:58. Penal-
;ties: M-Hood (highsticking) 5:40. M
-Dechaine (hooking) 14:26. M -
Read (cross-checking) 17:52. Minn
--Hokanson (highsticking) 18:45. M
-Martin (highsticking) 18:45. Minn
-Larson (hooking) 19:31.
Third Period Scoring: Minn -
Falkman (Stordahl, Edmund) 0:20.
M1-Polonic (D~echaine) 7:37. Minn
-Woog (unassisted) 12:14. Minn -
Larson (Dale) 16:49. Penalties: Minn
Falkman (tripping) 0:26. M-De
chain (holding) 0:26. M - Read
(tripping) 3:38.
Saves:
Page (M) 10 10 13-33
Lothrop (Minn) 4 7 8-19
Scoring by Periods:
MICHIGAN 1 1 1-3
:MINNESOTA 1 1 3--5

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