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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 8, 1972

WOLVERINES SLIDE:

SOCIOLOGY
COLLOQUIUM

Baucks,

Gophers hold first

ALBERT J. McQUEEN
(OBERLIN)
"TOWARDS A NEW SOCIOLOGY
OF BLACK FAMILY L1FE"
TUES., FEB. 8th
4 P.M..
EAST LECTURE HALL
RACKHAM

By GEORGE HASTINGS teammates could scrape together
e fac tat h ea only a pitiful 15 points in the
nowptals thee ferentht cis eam second period, and as a result have
nth ls. columndichign lbsket- a difficult road ahead of them
bal osachohn MOrcr sanbas e if they intend to remain a conten-
throwing in the towel in the Big der In the Big Ten.
Ten title chase. If Orr was displeased with his
"This loss did not put us out team's effort, though, he was not
of the race," he insisted, in the the only one in the Big Ten, as
aftermath of the Wolverines' 87- the coaches of both the first-place
74 defeat at the hands of title teams, Ohio State's Fred Taylor
rival Purdue Saturday. and Minnesota's Bill Musselman,
The loss dropped the Michigan both expressed less than satisfac-
squad out of a tie for first into tion with their teams' perform-
fourth with a 5-2 record, trailing ances.
co-leaders Ohio State and Min- Taylor's comments came after
nesota, who sport 6-1 marks, as the Buckeyes had struggled .to a
well as the Boilermakers, who are 79-69 win over Wisconsin, while
now 3-1. Musselman's displeasure followed
Looking back on Saturday's loss, Minnesota's close-shave 53-52 vic-
it appears that Michigan's inside tory over Iowa.
game, its strong point all year, col- The Ohio State coach seems to
lapsed as the Wolverines were out- think that his team still hasn"t
rebounded for the first time in the regained the form it showed be-
Big Ten this year 52-45, and were fore the now-infamous brawl at
sadly outscored from underneath Minnesota last month.
the basket. "We're not playing as well as
The contrast between the Boil- we did earlier in January," he
ermakers' two big men, Bob Ford commented after it took a late
and Bill Franklin, and Michigan's lift from a pair of unsung play-
best inside duo, Ken Brady and ers to give the Buckeyes their win.
John Lockard, wa~s indicative ofI Wardell Jackson and Dan Ger-
the contest. Ford hit 29 points and hard, a pair ofssophomores, came
grabbed 12 rebounds and Frank- through with 23 second-half points
lin scored 28 and added 20 caroms, between them to save the Bucks
while Brady and Lockard managed after Ohio State stars Alan Horn-
but 10 points and 13 boards be- yak and Luke Witte failed to pro-
tween them. duce. Hornyak was held to thir-
Orr considered Franklin's re- teen points in an excellent de-
bounding effort the difference be- fensiv'e job by Badger Bob Fra-
tween last year's wins overPur
due and Saturday's debacle.
"Last year, Ken Brady dom- Big Ten Standings
nated Franklin," he said, "but this
year nobody will be able to domi- W L Pct
nate him like that." Ohio State 6 1 .857
The game also forced Orr once Minnesota 6 1 .857
again to move Henry Wilmore to Purdue 3 1 .750
guard halfway through the game, MICHIGAN 5 2 .714
as the 6-4 star scored only 4 Illinois 2 2 .500'
points in the first half from his Wisconsin 2 3 .4001
new guard position. Wilmore re- Michigan Statt 2 4 .333
sponded with 22 more as a for- Indiana 1 4 .200
ward in the second half, repeating Iowa 1 5 .167

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This Week in Sports

TOMORROW
HOCKEY-Michigan State, at Michigan
FRIDAY

Coleseum, 8 p.m.

HOCKEY-at Michigan Tech
SWIMMING-at Illinois
SATURDAY
BASKETBALL-Illinois at Crisler Arena, 2 p.ni.
HOCKEY-at Michigan Tech
TRACK-Michigan State Relays at East Lansing
WRESTLING-at Michigan State
SWIMMING-at Indiana
GYMNASTICS-at Ohio State
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Auburn Hills J.C. at
11:45 a.m.

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sor, while Witte remained on the
bench for 13 minutes of the sec-
ond half with 4 personal fouls.
But Gerhard and Jackson picked
up the slack and finished with 19
and 18 points, respectively.
Although Musselman's t e a m
kept pace with Ohio State, he
was not too pleased with the
manner in which they won. The
Gophers were not able to down
the scrappy Iowa squad until only
12 seconds remained in the game,
when Jim Brewer netted a free
throw.
"I don't think we were ready tQ
play at the start," he said. "It
was not one of our better games."
Robbed of his team depth by the
suspension of Ron Behagen and
Corky Taylor following the fracas
with Ohio State. Musselman was
again forced to go all the way
with five players.
Illinois. which barely won with-
out its starting center, Bill Mor-
ris, against cellar-dwelling North-
western Saturday, will have him
back for their contest with Michi-
gan State tonight. Morris, who
was suspended fifteen minutes be-
fore game time Saturday for what
Illinois coach Harv Schmidt;
termed an "attitude detrimental to
the club." was reinstated yesterday
after meeting with Schmidt.
Without the 6-9 Morris, the Illi-
ni had to rely on free throws to
stop the Wildcats, 68-59. Illinois
took 35 foul shots and hit 26 of
them, while Northwestern shout
but 16 times and made thirteen.
Northwestern's pressing defensive
tactics backfired, as they went
down to defeat on the free throws
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despite scoring two more field
goals than their opponents.
At Bloomington, I n d i a n a' s
rookie coach Bob Knight finally
got a chance to smile as his Hoos-
iers, rated a title threat in pre-
season predictions, finally gained
their first Big Ten victory of the
year by defeating Michigan State,
83-69., Indiana forward Joby
Wright was the hero as he scored
24 and teamed with Steve Down-
ing to dominate the boards. The
win lifted the Hoosiers out of the
Big Ten cellar.

WIN, DRAW:
Successful mat trip completed

-Daily-Terry McCarthy
HENRY WILMORE (25) lays in two more points in the Wolverines
88-78 victory over Ohio State a week ago. John Lockard watches
along with two Ohio State players. The Wolverines did not fare
as well in their last outing Saturday as they dropped an 84-74
decision to Purdue.

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started in the backcourt.
However, Wilmore's heroics aft-
er the 37-37 halftime deadlock
were not enough, as the rest of his
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By ROGER ROSSITER
Michigan wrestling coach Rick
Bay put it best in explaining the
Wolverines' near miss of an up-
set over Iowa last Friday com-
menting, "We didn't expect to
lost at 150, but we didn't expect
to win at heavyweight either.
Things kind of evened out in the
end."
Admittedly the Wolverines po-
sition looked very bleak going into
that heavyweight bout, but an
upset win by sophomore Gary
Ernst pulled the Wolverines back
from a 15-12 deficit to a 15-15
draw with the fifth rated Hawk-
eyes.
Minnesota's Golden Gophers
helped the Michigan matmen com-
plete a successful weekend by
bowing to the Wolverine wrang-
lers 27-14 in Minneapolis Satur-
day evening. pushing Michigan's
conference dual record to 5-0-1
and their overall record to 7-2-1.
The Wolverines followed their
usual pattern of grabbing an early
lead against Iowa. The first four
matches were all Michigan victor-
ies, the most important being Jim
Brown's 6-4 victory over pre-
viously unbeaten Hawkeye Steve
Natvig.
Just when thoughts of an up-
set began to creep into the minds
of the Wolverine matmen, the
completion of the matchsaw a
complete reversal. Hawkeye Dan
Holm started a chain of Iowa vic-
tories that in the end totaled five
by streaking past Jerry Hubbard
in the third period of their en-
counter and chalking up a sur-
prise 14-9 victory.

Jan Sanderson, Matt Clarke,
John Evashevski and Paul Zander
all followed Holm with victories to
give the Hawkeyes a 15-12 lead
going into the fateful heavyweight
bout.
Ernst's opponent Jim Waschek
came into their bout undefeated,
but Ernst made short work of him
by a convincing 6-0 score to clinch
the deadlock for the Wolverines.
Minnesota was an easy con-
quest, as expected, succumbing to
the Wolverines' 27-14 blitz. Two
Golden Gophers were sent to their,
holes by way of pins by super-
frosh Brown and sophomore Rick
Neff. Jerry Hubbard rebounded
superably after Friday's loss with
a crunching 14-1 superior-decision
over Ron Hendrickson.
Four Wolverines were unde-

feated for the weekend, led by
Brown and Neff each with a pin
and a win by decision. Ernst fol-
lowed with two wins and Bill
Schuck posted a win and a tie.
Brown will get his biggest test of
the year Saturday when he faces
last year's NCAA champ Greg
Johnson.
Lon Harris came within an eye-
lash of posting two triumphs, win-
ning an easy 4-0 decision from
Minnesota's Dick Muhlenhardt
after absorbing a tense 4-3 loss at
the hands of Iowa's Paul Zander.
Another near dual winner was
Roger Ritzman who dropped an
8-6 decision to Matt Clarke Fri-
day but came back with a solid
4-1 victory of Craig Folven on
Saturday.

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sound minds, bodies

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ball-in a basketball game (10.
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those rolling Ozark foothills."
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term for a three column ad. 5.
Luke Witte's favorite move is the
fall to the baseline. 6. Newt Loken
runs a restaurant chain on the
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a) Johnny Orr once threw a
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strange aversion to using the word
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