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(e 9 e 5TH STRAIGHT:
'M'cers Take Overtime Squeaker, 6-5'2 TRAIGHT
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rs Crush Illini, 23-7

By PERRY HOOD in the last frame before they came
alive on the efforts of the new-
Michigan's scrambling hockey formed line.
squad came from behind a two- Baird tallied the first marker of
goal deficit in the last period anda
finally won out over Minnesota- his varsity career at 10:45 of the
Duluth 6-5 in a ten-minute sud- period on a diving shot from 20
den-death overtime last night in fe out after taking a pass from
dichian-d sholietm.s g Wakabayashi at center ice. Baird
Michigan s Coliseum. slid into the boards after his shot
For Michigan it was almost a wihbogtteBu ihnoe
truly futile game, as they pepper- which brought the Blue within one
ed the Bulldogs' nets with over goal.
120 shots, and Minnesota's goalie Michigan's tying point was ob-
Bill Halbrehder got 79 saves for tained on a picture-perfect play.
the night. On several occasions Minnesota was short a man, as
the Wolverines swarmed around Owen Rogers was sitting out a
the Bulldog goal as if it were a holding infraction. With the pow-
busy hotdog stand. er play on, Wakabayashi had the
Futile 57 puck just off to the side of the
Even with their 57 accurate net.
shots in the first two periods the Teamwork
Wolverines were on the wrong i After pausing a moment in front
ndf -2so.t nof a desperate Minnesota defense-

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til the overtime that MichiganI
iced its victory with sophomore
Mike Martilla's second goal of the
Martilla picked up the loose
puck behind the Duluth goal,
stepped out to the right post and
whirled the pill in 'low past a
wide-eyed Halbrehder.
All a happy Coach Al Renfrew!
could say in the locker room was,
"It was quite a game!" Renfrew
had Mel Wakabayashi, Bob Baird:
and Martilla together as a line in
the last period and the strategy '
seemed to pay off. Each man '
scored a goal and the line addedI
three assists in the last 12 minutes

man, Wakabayashi flipped the
puck behind the net to Alex Hood
who immediately flicked it out to
Pierre Dechaine at the left post.
Dechaine popped it in off the pass
to knot the score.
Less than two minutes later the
Wolverines went ahead on Waka-
bayashi's lone tally. Baird got the
puck on a faceoff in Duluth's end
and flipped it back to Wakabaya-
shi who had hardly moved from
the circle. The shot went between
Halbrehder's legs, as the far-from-
capacity crowd came to life tol
cheer the junior's efforts.I
Michigan hung on until 17:461
of the frame, when Mike Tok off


Special To The Dany
CHAMPAIGN-Michigan's unde-
feated wrestlers swept throughI
Champaign last night like the
frigid Midwest cold wave and cool-j
ed off the Illini to the tune of
a 23-7 victory.
It was the 25th straight dual
meet victory and the first Big
Ten win of the season for the)
Wolverines who meet Purdue this
afternoon at Lafayette.
"The boys showed good form,
and aggressiveness," said Coach
Cliff Keen after the meet. "I was
pleased with everyone's perform-
ance. We're definitely not at our
peak as we will have to sharpen
our techniques before the Big Ten
tournament in March."
Two 'M' Pins
In a meet that saw Michigan
score two pins and three decision
victories, the Illini had to settle
for only one match victory. Two
matches ended in ties.
Michigan's representative in the
123-pound class, Bob Fehrs kept
his season slate unmarred and
set the tone of the meet with a
pin of Dave Krom at 7:15 of the
meet's first match. Before he fin-
ally pinned Krom, Fehrs chalked
up eight points on a takedown and
three predicaments.
"Fehrs has looked good every
time he's wrestled," commented
Keen, who cited the 123-pounder
as a top contender for the Big
Ten title.
Michigan's second pin of the
night came in the 147-pound dual
between Wolverine Cal Jenkins
and Illinois' Andy Zender. Jenkins
gained a quick takedown and
turned it into a fall with only
three seconds remaining in the
first period.
Trio Returns
In the three matches that saw
injured Wolverines returning to
the lineup, two draws and a Mich-
igan victory resulted.
Bill Johannesen, 130-pounder,
who injured an ankle in his first
match of the season at Cornell,
gained two team points in a 1-1
draw with Illinois' Fred Aprati.
In a very close match, both wrest-
lers had to settle for one-point
Despite the tie Keen was satis-
fied with Johannesen's perform-

ance but said he'll have to work Wolverine heavyweight Bob
hard to "round into shape" before Spaly overwhelmed Bob Shively
the Big Ten tournament. of the Illini in the meet's final
At 157 pounds, the match be- bout and scored a 13-0 shutout
tween returning Lee Deitrick and victory. On three different oc-
Illinois' Clay Beattie was almost casions Spaly came within inches
identical as each wrestler scored of pinning Shively and gained
only one point on escapes It was nine points on near falls.
a rematch for defending Big Ten Rich Callaghan emerged as Il-
champ Beattie, who met in -the linois' only victor with a 6-2 de-
Midlands' Tournament during the cision over Michigan's 167-pound-
holidays. In that match Beattie er Tony Feiock. Callaghan gained
scored a 8-0 decision. two takedowns and a reversal on
Stowell Wins the way to the win.
Also returning to the lineup was Chilled Champaign
17-pounder Chris Stowell who
outclassed his opponent Jim My- 123-lbs.-Fehrs (M) pinned rom,
rick, 7-1. Stowell dominated the 7:15.
match and twice came close to 130-lbs.-Hornung (M) dec. Mc-
pinning Myrick. Cullum, 4-2.
137-lbs.-Johannesen (M) drew
With these three-Johannesen, Aprati, 1-1.
Deitrick and Stowell-back in the 47hlbs.-Jenkins (M) pinned Zen-
linep, nlyCaptin ickBay der, 2:57.
lineup, only Captain Rick Bay 157-lbs.-Deitrick (M) drew Beat-
remains sidelined due to a knee tie, 1-1..
injury. Bay hopes to begin work- 167-lbs.--Callaghan (I) dec. Fei-
ing out Monday in preparation oc176-2.
lbklbs.--Stowell({M) dec. My'-
for the Northwestern meet. rick, 7-1.
Michigan's other decision vic- Hvywt.-Spaly (M) dec. Shively,
tories came in the 130-pound and 134.
heavyweight divisions, while Il-
linois scored a single victory at NBA
157 pounds. Boston 104, Philadelphia 95
Hornung Decisions Cincinnati 124, Los Angeles 106
Doug Hornung followed Fehrs' COLLEGE BASKETBALL
pin with a tight 4-2 decision over Princeton 78, Columbia 68
Indiana 137, Univ. of the Americas 71
Illinois' Al McCullum in the 130- UCLA 76, California 54
pound class. Hornung used a take- Arizona 75, Brigham Young 73
down in the first period and a Utah 97, Arizona St. Univ. 90
takedown and an escape in the NorW Dakota 4 Dever 2
final period to cinch the win. Michigan Tech 4, Minnesota 1
for the ACU Intercollegiate
To be held Feb. 1-27
To qualify apply at Michigan Union Bowling Alley
and Billiard Room, 1 -5 p.m. SEE GEORGE.
Also qualifying for Big Ten Union Bowling Team

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WOLVERINE ALEX HOOD'S wrist shot is deflected into the corner by Minnesota (Duluth) goalie
Bill Halbrehder. Reserve wing Marv Zilkie, (10) gets set to prevent a rebound shot while Hood battles


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play. Duluth put in a short shot off a
Come Alive long pass by Pat Francisco. Mich-
The Wolverines fell behind 4-2 igan's goaltender, Greg Page, had
little chance for a save as Tok
79 Saves was all alone in front of the net
Page G Halbrehder In the case of a tie at the end
Brand 1) Hill of regulation play, a ten-minute
MacDonald 1) Fisher sudden-death overtime is played
Martin C Sherciiff after a short rest. Michigan had
Hod w Bell
Baird W Rogers four more shots in the extra frame
First Period Scoring: D-Fran- before Martilla slipped in his un-
cisco (Christianson, Fisher) 8:57. D assisted goal with 2:06 gone.
--Sherciiff (Christianson, Hill) 15:37. Duluth took a 3-1 first period
M-Martin (Hood) 18:54. D-Fran-
cisco (Hill) 19:59. Penalties: D - lead on two goals by Francisco
Fisher (elbowing) 1:21. D-Maertz and one by Terry Shercliffe. KeithI
(interference) 10:35. M--MacDonald Christiansen, Minnesota's leading
(holding) 13:0
Second Period Scoring: M - scorer, had assists on the first two
Martilla (Brand) 10:37. Penalties: D goals.

for position in front of the cage. Halbrehder made 79 saves in a losing 6-5 cause and Michigan goalie
Greg Page had to make only 21.
eral starts in which Michigan was services of All-America defense- tory boosts the Wolverines' record
out-penalized. Each team scored man Tom Polonic who is out with to 7-5-1 while not affecting their
once on power plays, although the a finger infection. He may play 2-4-0 league mark. Tonight Du-
Bulldogs copped twice as many luth and Michigan have at it again
infractions as the Wolverines. tonight depending on the verdict in the second match of the two-
Without Polonic of the team doctor. game series, 8 p.m. in the Mich-
Michigan played without the Last night's non-conference vic- igan Coliseum.
Gymnasts Roll Over Eastern Mikhigan

By LLOYD GRAFF "They could become the Van
Arsdales of gymnastics." Mike
Last night's first gym meet of Henderson posted a respectable
the ca cn xrrer ---YA ' "' 1C

-Bell (slashing) 1:44. M-MacDon-
aid(elbowing) 9:16. D-Tok (trip-
ping) 10:16. D--Tok (slashing) 13:03.
M-Read (high-sticking) 18:20.
Third Period Scoring: D - Bell
(Rogers, Shercilff) 6:18. M-Baird
(Martilla, Wakabayashi) 10:45. M -
Dechaine (Hood, Wakabayashi) 12:-
52. M-Wakabayashi (Baird) 14:29.
D-Tok (Christianson, Francisco)
17:46. Penalties: D-Rogers (hold-
ing) 11:40.
Sudden Death: M-Martilla (un-
assisted) 2:06.
MICHIGAN 1 1 3 1-4
DULUTH 3 0 20-4
Saves by Periods:
Page (M) 4 10 7 0-41
Halbrehder (D) 35 22 20 2-78

Captain Wilfred Martin finally ;the season wasn't e
put Michigan on the scoreboard Mfre t c a00fa
with just over one minute left in
the stanza, as he brought the puck ventured forth in br
down and flipped in a backhand see the Michigan gym
shot while being checked by a. compete with a gree
Duluth defenseman. Ypsilanti.
Caught Short Twin-Wir
Michigan's defense was more The spectators had
successful in the second frame as to marvel at the Mi
it held the Bulldogs scoreless while showing off. Twins P
Martilla picked up his first marker Fuller moved throug
with each team short a player due tines in floor exer
to penalties. scores of 92 and 89
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On the trampoline Michigan
showed its usual powerhouse. Gary
Erwin missed his routine slightly
and earned a 90, while teammate
Fred Sanders scored 92. John
Hamilton, recovering from'a knee
operation, scored a neat 89. Sur-
prisingly, a Michigan freshman
named Wayne Miller from Louis-
iana won the event with a 93.
High Bar
On the high bar, sophomore
Gary Vander Voort executed his
routine well enough to be judged
at 91, edging teammate John
Cashman who had a 90.
Vander Voort tied with fellow
soph Ken Williams on the paral-
lel bars, and another rookie, Chris
Vanden Broek, was right behind.
Rich Blanton had the highest
score of the meet, notching a 94
on the still rings to score two
points more than Vander Voort in
the event.
The sidehorse proved to be
Michigan's only weak event. A
freshman, Larry Quinnm had the
highest score at 84, with soph!
Art Baessler getting only a 79.
Coach Newt Loken remarked after
the game that "we were a little
shaky in the sidehorse, but Baes-1
sler is capable of the 90's."

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Eastern Michigan could do noj
better than third place in any
event. Bob Mial scored a 90 in
vaulting for the highest numerical
score by the seven-man Eastern
team. Bill Arnold and Jim Monroe
competed in five and four events








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