Pge 8-Saturday, January 13, 1979--The Michigan Daily
WOMEN TOPPLE BADGERS, 80-73
Cagers regain winning formula
By ELISA FRYE
The women's basketball team shook off the sloppiness
that haunted them in Monday night's loss against Dayton,
and also shook off its first Big Ten opponent of the season,
Wisconsin, in an inspired 80-73 victory last night at Crisler
"IT'S NICE TO beat a Big Ten team," sighed coach
Gloria Soluk. "When we played Dayton we were looking
ahead to the Big Ten teams we're going to be facing. Now
we're taking one game at a time."
The Wolverines took last night's game decisively,
although Wisconsin led early, 6-0. But behind powerful center
Yvette Harris and junior guard Terry Schevers, the cagers
slipped past the Badgers to 15-10 before Harris was pulled
with three fouls at 13:33 in the first half.
From there the lead see-sawed, but Michigan led at the
Schevers was easily the star of the night with;24 total poin-
ts (a college career high) which she accumulated even with
USUALLY HIGH-SCORING Katie McNamara and Diane
Dietz were left in Schevers' dust, although they compiled 17
and 14 points respectively.
"Terry kept us in it the first half," said Dietz. "If I'm not
hitting, and I can pass off to someone else, it's great."
Schevers herself was surprised by her point total. "I'm
not point oriented," said the Indiana transfer. "I'd rather
pass off if I could. I look for an open player, Diane or Katie,
and look for them to shoot."
TnIS WAS ONLY the second time the two teams have
ever met. In 1976 Michigan defeated the Badgers 84-33. But
Wisconsin (4-2) has improved since then and carried a three
game winning streak. The Wolverines victory output, mean-
while, already matches their total victories last season, and
their record stands at8-4.
Michigan continues its Big Ten competition in a home
game with Indiana this afternoon at 2 p.m. and another with
Ohio State on Monday at 7p.m.
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By PETER LEININGEI
For the Michigan wrestlers last
night's 36-9 victory over Northwestern
at Crisler Arena was just what the doc-
The Northwestern meet, sandwiched
between the Lehigh (fourth-ranked) ,
meet last Wednesday and today's meet
against second ranked Iowa State, was 1
a welcome breather for the Wolverines. 3
In last night's action, six of North-
western's nine points came on a
Michigan forfeit at the 142-pound l
weight class. The other three points
were the result of a Northwestern
decision in the 134-pound weight class.
Both coaches pointed to conditioning
as one of the keys to the Michigan vic-
tory. "When you take the lead at four
weight classes and then lose, you have
to question conditioning," commented
Wildcat coach Ken Kraft. "We plannedl
on winning close matches, but they out-
"We had more experience and I think
we were in better shape than them,"
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said Michigan coach Dale Bahr.
Michigan's superior conditioning was
apparent in the first match of the night
which saw Wolverine Jim Mathias pin
Dan Scotten at the 7:09 mark of the
match. The score was close (10-7 in
favor of Mathias) until the final minute
when Scotten ran out of gas. According
to Bahr, "It was a revenge match for
Mathias (who had lost to Scotten earlier
in the season)".
Michigan's Mark Pearson decisioned
Dana Dajka, 10-5, scoring five of his
points in the third period.
In the 150-peund class, Lou Joseph
scored six of his eight points in the third
period in his 8-4 victory over Jim
Janick. Nemir Nadhir also picked up
six points in the third period of his 14-11
decision over Tom Janick in the 158-
Michigan's Mark Churella didn't
need any third period heroics to score a
pin in 4:21 and raise his record to 29-1.
Churella was leading the match 16-0 at
the time of the pin.
At 177, Michigan's Bill Petoskey built;
up a 6-0 lead against Craig Jennings,
and held on to win 9-4.
Steve Fraser, wrestling at 190, made'
the last match of the night a quick one
with a pin of Paul Nordstrom at 3:39.
Steve Bennett closed out the scoring,
receiving a forfeit at the heavyweight
Despite the Wolverines (now 6-1)
superb wrestling as of late, Bahr
realizes a win against Iowa State today
will be quite hard to come by.
"They have more talent on paper, but
we're going to go all out," said Bahr.
"There should be some very good mat-
Iowa State defeated Michigan State
(which beat Michigan earlier this
season) three days ago, but Michigan is
a much improved team. Bahr also has
the added incentive of coaching against
the team he competed for and was
assistant coach for last year.
The action gets underway at 3:30 this
afternoon at Crisler.
Texas 66, Arkansas 63
Boston 128, Portland 125
Los Angeles 117, New Jersey 116
New Orleans 100, Philadelphia 89
Atlanta 100, Chicago 83
Washington 8, Colorado 1
New York Is. 4, Atlanta 1
Daily Photo by PAM MARKS
WOLVERINE CENTER Penny Neer gets set to register two of her eight points
last night over an unidentified Wisconsin defender.
U.S. calls for restrain't in Iran
guarded since the beginning of martial universities in Tehran and its suburbs
(Continued from Page 1) Iran's security and in support of a law in September. are expected to resume classes next
civilian government." If today's opening is peaceful, other week, officials said.
According to reports from Tehran,
Jam turned down the offer because he
believes the Bakhtiar government will
In his statement, State Department
spokesman Carter said the United
States "recognizes the need to preserve
HE WOULD not say whether the
United States, now Iran's main military
supplier, would cut its arms sales if
there were a military takeover. The
United States has repeatedly stated
that it would not meddle in Iran's inter-
nal affairs and that urging support for
the constitution was not interference.
Meanwhile, the Iranian government
took a step toward returning the strife-
torn country to normalcy yesterday by
announcing six institutions of higher
learning, including Tehran University,
would reopen today for the first time
Tehran University has been a center
of anti-government agitation in the
year of civil unrest aimed at toppling
the shah. The campus has been heavily
TUNIS (Reuter)-All 75 passengers
aboard a hijacked Tunisian Boeing 727
were freed when the plane landed in the
Libyan capital of Tripoli early today,.
informed sources said here.
The plane, seized by four men after
leaving Tunis yesterday on a flight to
the Mediterranean holiday island of
Djerba, tried to land at Malta but was
THE OFFICIALS said the hijackers
were demanding the release of Gabib
Achour, a Tunisian trade union leader
who was jailed for ten years for taking
part in a one-day general strike a year
ago in which 51 people were killed.
Jana, the Libyan news agency, said
officials at Tripoli International Airport
had told the hijacker either to release
the passengers or to refuel and take off
for another country.
(The agency said the Tunis-Air plane
touched down after asking for per-
mission to make an emergency landing
The hijackers were also said to be in-
sisting that former Foreign Minister
Mohamed Masmoudi, dismissed after
the breakdown of a 1974 project for a
Tunisian-Libyan union, be sent to.
Tripoli along with Mr. Achour.
The Tunisian officials said between 30
and 35 West Germans were aboard .
727 hijaeked in Tunis
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