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Sunday, January 30, 1972
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By CHUCK DRUKIS when Michigan was lucky enough
Special To The Daily to move the puck into Sioux ice, a
GRAND FORKS, N. D. - centering pass became virtually
"Both referees had Blue eyes,'" impossible.
said one Michigan h o c k e y The Sioux scored twice in the
first period to take an early lead
player. "All they could see was Earl Anderson received a center-
Blue." ing pass from Dennis Johnson at
Michigan spent 54 minutes 1:55 and slammed it past Michi-
in the penalty box in compari- gan's netminder Karl Bagnell. At
15:27 North Dakota scored the
son to North Dakota's eight, first of its seven power play goals
as for the second night in a goals when Rich Wilson caroomed
row the W o l v e r i n e s were a wicked shot into the net off Bag-
singed 10-1. nell's left arm.
It was the general inpression of North Dakota notched three more
the coaching staff that the ref- goals in the second period wnile
erees were looking for minor things Michigan ran their scoreless per-
just to call a penalty. "You can't lod streak to four. After a ques-
win," said coach Al R e n f r e w, tionable cross - chcecking penalty
"when you're a man short all the against Randy Trudeau, Brian De-
time." Piero beat Bagnell with a three-
In the second period Michigan's foot tap in. Kelly Cross added an-
playing with a broken stick. Ash- other before Wilson pocketed a
Roy Ashworth was penalized for long slap shot just across the
playing with a broken stick. Ash- Michigan blue line.
worth was trying to freeze the FIRST PERIOD SCORING: 1. ND-
puck against the board when he Anderson (Johnson) 1:55; 2. ND-Wil-
was pinned to the board with his son (Hangsleben) 15:27.
stick behind him and out of his
vision. The stick was severed asT
'ta Nodak crashed into AshworthIoa
from .behind, unknown to Ash- wa n ps
worth. He tried again to kill the
puck before he realized he only
had half a stick. Immediately, a Blue Strea
penalty was whistled.
The referees were also lacking in
knowledge of technical aspects of
the game. According to hockey By THERESA SWEDO
rules, a 10-minute misconduct is Special to the Daily
supposed to be accompanied by an IOWA CITY, Iowa - Michigan
automatic two-minute minor. Yet gymnastics coach Loken's winning
no two-minute minors were as- streak of 45 straight dual meets
sessed to the three misconduct was broken yesterday as the Iowa
penalties given to Michigan. Hawkeyes upset the Wolverine
However the loss cannot be com- gymnasts by a score of 160.70 to
pletely blamed on the referees 160.45.
The Sioux played hustling hockey The University Field House was
while the Wolverines played very packed with Iowa fans who watch-
poorly. Too many times Michigan ed the two teams struggle evenly
allowed North Dakota to skate until the last event, the h i g h
around them without going for the bar competition. Iowa's big break
ppuck. came with scores of 9.05, 9:15,
The Nodaks snuffed ,Michigan's and 9.2 in that event, and J. P.
offense with hard forecchecking Bouchard's unexpectedly disap-
and jamming up the middle. Thus ! pointing performance of 7.3. Bou-
chard's score was too low to count
as Michigan posted 8.75, 8.7 and
8.35 at the crucial moment. Thus
ended the Michigan streak, but
the contest before, the let down
P E nMichigan won the firstevent,
IPE free exercise, with a score of 27.60
to Iowa's 27.05. Ward Black aver-
aged a 9.3, followed by Ray Gura's
9.2 and Terry Boys' 9.1.
.L/II The next event had the Wol-
verines still maintaining their
. . il eslight edge with 53.20 to 52.20. Dick
niversal Airlines Kaziny performed well on the side
horse with 9.2, Ray Gura took 8.45
VI LEGES and Ted Marti followed with 7.85.
T The standout for Iowa on the side
GEMENTS horse was Chuck Citron with a 9.1.
Michigan faltered on the still
rings. When that event was over,
PENALTIES: 1. ND- Hangslelhen (2,
in..erference) 3:57; 2. M- Trudeau (2,
tripping) 13:43; M-Mallette (2, slash-
ing) 17:51; 4. ND-Cameron (2,slashlng)
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: 3. ND-
DePiero (Law) 6:37; 4. ND-Cross (Mil-
ler) 8:42; 5. ND-Wilson (Law) 12:24.
PENALTIES: 5. M-Trudeau (2, cross-
checking) 5:47; 6. M-Trudeau (2, delay
of game) 8:55; 7. M-Paris (2, illegal
check) 13:42; 8. M-Ashworth (2, play-
ing with broken stick). 16:21; 9, M-Ash-
worth (10-minute misconduct) 16:21.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: 6. ND-
Bragnalo (Miller, Hangsleben) 3:02; 7.
ND-Anderson (Cahoon) 4:27; 8. ND-
Cahoon (Anderson, Wilson) 9:14; 9. ND-
Miller (Bragnalo, Lundby) 10:17; 10.
M-Werner (Straub, Falconer) 11:05; 11.
ND - Lundbohm (Anderson, Wilson)
PENALTIES: 10. M-Cartier (2, hold-
ing) 2:43; 11. M-Cartier (2, hooking)
5:26; 12. M-Cartier (2, slashing); 13. M-
Jarry (2, roughing) 7:20; 14. M-Gag-
non (2, slashing and 10-minute mis-
conduct) 8:34; 15. M-Nixon (10-minute
misconduct) 10:17; 16. ND-Hangsleben
(2, tripping) 12:11; 17. ND-Gibb (2,
high sticking) 19:03; 18. M-Mallette (2,
MICHIGAN 14 17 18-25
North Dakota 11 7 7-25
team super effort in the high bar
and the surprising scoring letdown
from Michigan pulled the Hawk-
eyes into a victory. For the Wol-
verines, Jim Scully put a 8.75 on
the board, followed by Ted Marti's
8.7, and Ray Gura's 8.35.
Scully's fall on dismount, Bou-
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ohard's poor 7.3 and the other com-
paratively low scores by normally
dependable Gura and Marti 1 e t
the Iowa Hawkeyes sneak past the
High Iowa scores in the fateful
high bar were Rudy Ginez with
9.2, Kerry Huhl with 9.15 and Dean
Schowalter with 9.05.
Indiana forward Joby Wright rips the ball away from Michigan
State guard Tyrone Lewis (34) as Lewis attempts a shot yesterday
at East Lansing, where the Spartans defeated the Hoosiers 87-
73. Wright was called for a foul on the play, but he was able to
come up with 26 for Indiana, while Mike Robinson had 34 for Mich-
igan State. See story on page seven.
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the Hawkeyes were breathing down
the Wolverine's necks with a score
of 79.90 to Michigan's superior re-
sult of 79.95. Two averages in the
nines failed to make up for Gura's
surprising 7.85, which failed to
quality in compiling the toam
score. Monty Falb tok first f o r
Michigan with 9.15, second w a s
Mike Sale with a 9.05 and third,
Ted Marti with 8.55.
Vaulting was the next test of
Michigan's staying power, and
they held, 106.95 to 106.45. Terry
Boys led with a 9.05 followed by
matching 8.75 posted by J. P.
Bouchard and Ward Black. The
only Hawkeye to get into the
nines was Dean Schowalter, with
When the parallel bar competi-
tion was over, it looked as if Mich-
igan would be able to pull it off,
because the score was up by over
a point, 134.65 to 133.40. Excel-
lent performances by Ted Marti
with 9.35, Bob Johnson with 9.3,
and Murray Plotkin with 9.05 re-
laxed taunt nerves somewhat, may-
be even too much.
The combination of Iowa's all
By GEORGE HASTINGS
Despite holding many of its best
swimmers out of their usual
events, the Michigan swim team
swept to an easy 84-39 rout of
Purdue yesterday afternoon at
Matt Mann Pool in a meet which
revealed the depth of the Wolver-
The Wolverine swimmers won
eleven of the thirteen events, los-
ing only the 50 and 200 yard free-
styles to the Boilermakers. How-
ever, Michigan did take second and
third in both those events.
Despite the lopsided score, how-
ever, Michigan swim coach Gus
Stager was unimpressed with his
team's performance. Stager, who
had used the meet to experiment
with a large number of inexper-
ienced swimmers, was disappoint-
ed in general over the times his
swimmers turned in.
Stager said that he thought that
the easiness of the win caused a
letdown in almost all of the Mich-
igan participants. "None of our
swimmers got up for the. meet,"
he said, and as a result none of
the times were indicative of what
the swimmers could actually do.
Stager said that he could under-
stand the frontline swimmers who
competednot equalling their peak
times, but he was disappointed
that the swimmers who were given
their first chance yesterday d i d
not come up with top perform-
"I was looking for a sprinter
and a 200 freestyler today, but I in the Purdue meet. Joe Bryk took
certainly didn't find anything," he the 1000, yard freestyle e v e n t
said. which Anderson passed up, while
The performances which m o s t Pat Bauer took advantage of the
impressed Stager were that of Don absence of Stu Isaac and M i k e
Peterson and Augusto Gonzales in Whitaker in the 200 breaststroke
the 200 yard butterfly. Although to win that event.
Byron MacDonald, one of the U- In the diving, Joe Crawford,
tion's best flyers, did not con- Michigan's best, sat out the meet,
pete, Peterson won the event for allowing John Hamilton to take
Michigan with a 1:57.3 time, and the one meter competition, and
Gonzales was right behind with Pete Agnew to cop first in the
1:57.6. three meter board event, as Stag-
The Michigan coach also w a s er used six different divers in the
pleased with the effort of Waiver- two events.
ine freshman Mark Anderson, who In the. several events in which.
made a run yesterday at the Michigan did go with its best, it
Michigan record in the 500 yard was no contest. Stu Isaac took the
freestyle. After 300 yards of the 200 yard individual medley easily,
race, Anderson appeared to have a while Jose Aranha had little com-
chance at the record, but tired in petition in the 100 yard freestyle.
the final eight lengths and f e 11 The 400 yard' freestyle relay
several seconds short of the mark, squad of Aranha, Ray McCullough,
timing 4:52.4, while the record is Chris Hansen, and Steve McCar-
4:46.6. thy ran away with its event, and
Several Wolverine swimmers McCarthy also triumphed handily
won their first events of the year in the 200 yard backstroke.
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By MARC FELDMAN
Building up an insurmountable
lead in the early matches, Mich-
igan coasted to an easy 19-12 vic-
tory over the Boilermakers of
Purdue at Crisler Arena. The fi-
nal score does not indicate the
ease with which the Wolverine
matmen disposed of the Riveters.
Michigan had six matches and
19 points in the bag before Pur-
due got on the board in the 167-
pound clash. Although the Boil-
ermakers won the final four
matches, Michigan was in no dan-
ger of relinquishing the lead.
The match was rated a tossup
since Michigan's strength in the
lower weight classes offset Pur-
due's advantage in the heavier
classes. Michigan Coach Rick Bay
felt that the match would be de-
cided in the 150 and 158 pound
matches and indeed it was.
At 150, Jerry Hubbard avenged
an earlier loss to Riveter Gary
Drury by defeating him,, 7-3.
Hubbard fell behind early in the
match but he came back in the
second period to score a take down
and near fall in rapid succession.
In what turned out to be the
most crucial match of the after-
noon, Mitch Mendrygal raised his
record to 9-6 by defeating Pur-
due's 158-pounder Dave Delworth
3-2. Delworth scored a predica-
ment in the second period and
hff a- -1 n~r n ~ . 'w -h n
wrestlers battled/ fiercely through
the third period with no scoring
but Mendrygal was awarded the
match on riding time.
The Wolverines were most im-
pressive in the early matches as
freshman Jim Brown raised his
personal log to 11-2 with an 11-5
decision over Joe taSpada. Bill
Davids continued to demolish his
opponents at 126 with a rousing
16-4 trouncing of Bernie Graser.
Rick Neff easily disposed of Pur-
due's Vic Dafori at 134 with an
8-0 shutout and Bill Schuck con-
tinued the early onslaught with a
4-1 decision over Tom Simpson.
118-Jim Brown (M) dec. Joe LaSpada
126-Bill Davids (M) dec. Bernie
Graser (P), 16-4.
134-Rick Neff (M) dec. Vic Dafori
142-Bill Schuck (M) dec. Tom
Simpson (P), 4-1.
150-Jerry Hubbard (M) dec. Gary
Drury (P), 7-3.
158-Mitch Mendrygal (M) dec. Dave
Delworth (P), 3-2.
167-Brad Havig (P) dec. Roger
Ritzman (M), 10-3.
177-Bill Barnard (P) dec. Dave
Curby (M), 2-0.
10--Jim Metzler (P) dec. Lon Harris
I4wt.-Mike Cerqua (P) dec. Gary Ernst
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