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Saturday, February 19, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By BILL ALTERMAN
"They (Michigan) played very
poorly tonight-their team could
have been the reason."
Thus a dejected Al Renfrew tried
to put as bright a picture as pos-
sible on what had to have been
one of the Wolverines worst per-
formances of the year. The final
tally was 5-1, Wisconsin, and that
was a good indication of difference
in last night's quality of Dlav

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With two minutes gone Mich-
Wisconsin outskated, outshot, igan's defense allowed Wisconsin
and outhustled Michigan nearly all to take a puck right away from
night long s the Wolverines seem- them and then Badger Pat Lannan
ed totally lethargic. The normally picked up the stolen puck and
aggressive Wolverines had only skated right through two Wolver-
two penalties called on them all ine defensemen and went right into
night long-certainly some kind of the net, puck and all.
season low for them. Renfrew later Twenty-eight seconds later Mich-
admitted that "We are just, going igan again failed to clear the puck
to have to be more physical out from around their net as a Wolver-
there if we are going to win." me pass came out in front of the
Michigan should have realized net and bounced off Michigan's
that it wasn't going to be their Brian Skinner who couldn't control
night right at the beginning when it. Wisconsin's Norm Cherrey how-
the recording of thenNational evercould,, and he quickly upped
Anthem went bananas and started the Gopher lead to 2-0.
skipping. Wisconsin Coach Bob Johnson
Things quickly went from bad later admitted, "It helps to have
to worse for the Wolverines when a couple of goals right away."
defensive errors led to two quick And Renfrew added "it set the
goals for Wisconsin. stage for what was to come."

What came for Michigan was
frustration. Halfway through the
first period Michigan found them-
selves two men up as the Badgers'
Brian Erickson and Tom Machow-
ski both went out within 28 sec-
onds of one another.
Almost immediately the Wolver-
ines put the puck in the net but
the referees disallowed it, claim-
ing the whistle had already blown.
The Wolverines still had a minute
to work-two men up-but they
failed to convert and that appeared
to take some of the spark out of
them.
Things quickly went from bad
to worse for Michigan in the third
period as Wisconsin's, Lloyd Bent-
ley took a slap shot . that Karl
Bagnell deflected out in front.
Everyone seemed suddenly im-
mobilized and Bentley skated in
and shot the puck around the
sprawled Bagnell.
Halfway through the second
period the Wolverines garnered
their lone tally as Paul-Andre
Paris dug the puck out from under
Badger goalie Jim Makey and
slipped it in unassisted.
Bob Falconer, who injured his
ankle last week against Michigan
Tech hurt it again in the opening
moments of the third period and
had to be assisted off. He later
returned and immeidately rein-
jured his leg, this time going off
for good.
Bagnelll, alas, could not afford
the luxury of seeking refugee in
the locker room and so when a
Bentley slap shot hit him in the
chest he was quickly repaired and
returned to the ice to finish out
the game. Spare goalie Terry La-
jeunesse started to warm up but
returned to the bench as Bagnell
continued his streak of having
played every minute of every
Michigan game this year. His first
save of the game was his 1,000
of the year, far ahead of anyone
else in the WCHA.

-Daily-Rolfe Tessem
PAUL ANDRE PARIS (15) slaps the puck past Wisconsin-goalie Jim Makey as Bernie Gagnon (7)
looks on. Paris' score was the only one the frustrated Wolverines could muster as they dropped a
5-1 decision to the WCHA league leading Wisconsin Badgers.

-Associatea rress
DAVE BING (21) bobbles away the basketball as the inept Detroit
Pistons took a 122-97 thrashing from the powerhouse Chicago
Bulls in Cobo Arena last night.

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By The Associated Press winners, while Chet Walker added
DETROIT - Rookie Kennedy 22. Bob Lanier had 26 and Dave
,cIntosh of Eastern Michigan, Bing 22 for the Pistons.{
7faking his first start as a pro, * * *
provided the second-half spark
that enabled the Chicago Bulls to 76ers spirited
trounce the Detroit Pistons 122-97 MILWAUKEE - Fred Carter
in a National Basketball Associa- poured 41 points, including four
tion game last night. clutch free throws in the last 29
McIntosh, pressed into service seconds, as the Philadelphia 76ers
when Bob Love nissed his second scored a 132-126 National Basket-
game because of the flu, tossed in ball Association victory over Mil-
14 points in e 'third quarter and waukee last night, despite 53 points
came through with nine more inJbBrm
the fourth for a total of 23 for his Jabbar.
top performance in his first sea-
son with the Bulls. Bullets whizz
The teams had fought to a 48-48 BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
halftime tie, and the Pistons were Bullets coasted to a 106-81 victory
in front 56-54 early in the third over the Atlanta Hawks last night
period when they were outscored to take a three-game lead in the
22-8 over a .six-mfinute span. Central Division of the National
Chicago, fighting to wrap up sec- Basketball Association.
ond place in the Midwest Division, Archie Clark led the Bullets with
extended its lead to 90-76 after 25 points and 12 assists. Stan Love
three quarters and then put the added 24 points.
game out of reach with a 14-0 blitz The Bullets took the lead early
at one stage in the final period. in the game and never fell behind,
Sloan, with 32 points, topped the capitalizing on 22 turnovers and
TAKE EIGHT BOUTS:

dominating play at both ends of points and Lantz adding 11 of his
the court. 25. Houston sank 15 of 26 shots
Walt Bellamy scored 23 points in the period.
for the losers and Lou Hudson con- * *
tributed 19. Royals dethroned
In the opening minutes of the
fourth quarter the Bullets put the CLEVELAND -Bobby Washing-
game out of range 88-68, outscor- ton combined with Austin Carr
ing Atlanta 13-2 in the stretch. and Rick Robertson for 78 points
* * * as the Cleveland Cavaliers snap-
ped a 10-game losing streak by
Rockets thrust drubbing the Cincinnati Royals
BUFFALO, N.Y. - The Houston 133-109 last night.
Rockets came from behind with 12 Carr's 36 points and Robertson's
consecutive points late in the sec- 24 were pro career highs for them.
ond period with Buffalo's 7-foot Washington had 18 points. He also
Elmore Smith on the bench in foul held Nate Archibald of Cincinnati
trouble and went on to defeat the to 14 points in the last three quar-
Braves 108-96 in a National Bas- ters after the Cincinnati ace hit
ketball Association game last night. 15 in the first period when guard-
The Braves were leading 42-37 ed by Butch Beard.
when Smith picked up his third The 133 points were the most
personal foul. Houston was in front scored by Cleveland since entering
49-42 before Buffalo scored again. the NBA last year. The loss was
The Rockets led at halftime Cincinnati's eighth straight.
53-47 and broke the, game open by TiChshe trai-hd t
outscoring Buffalo 33-20 in the The Cavs held a 39-36 lead with
third period, with Elvin Hayes nine minutes left in the first half
scoring 14 of his game-high 27 and were carried to a 62-51 half-
scrgs gam time lead on a 10-2 spurt.
They boosted their lead to 82-54
at the end of the third period and
outscored the Royals 12-4 at the
start of the fourth.

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Matmen ravage wea
By ROGER ROSSITER portant for Hubbard since he
Other than for the final score, needed a win to have any hope of
the only thing really in doubt be- gaining the first seed in the Big
fore Michigan's dual wrestling Ten tournament next Saturday
match with Wisconsin last night at Indian. Coming into the
was who the winner of the 150 match, Hubbard's only confer-
r s -A %4ne, 'i ence loss was to Iowa's Dan Holm

IF

pound battle between micigan's
Jerry Hubbard and Wisconsin's
Rick Lowinger would be. Michi-
gan won easily, 29-6, but the
road to victory for Hubbard was
a little bit shakier.
After Hubbard's apparent first
period takedown was disallowed'
the match turned into a tense
stalemate with each wrestler gain-
ing one escape point on his turn
to start a period in the down
position. The only difference was
that Hubbard 'gained his escape
quickly, . while Lowinger stayed
on the bottom long enough to
give Hubbard an extra point for
riding time and a 2-1 victory.
This match was extremely im-
DEAR TERRI!
The latest endeavor of the
perpetual sports staff trainees
is to define the new and excit-
ing field of water(bed) sports.
Water(bed) sports has recently
been broken down to the "yes"
and "no" categories, each hav-
ing first second and third places.
The two categories can be
broken down into sub-sections,
like competitive back - rubbing
and that sort of thing. Winner
of the "yes" event and two
other sub-events gets a red light
and $12.
Further information on the
water(bed) sports team, ama-
teur and professional, can be
had by addressing these and
other questions to Ffats Strops,'
c/o Sports Editor, 420 Maynard.
And for the latest standings,
read FFATS STROPS MAIL-
BAG, beginning next week on
the sports page.

whom Lowinger defeated last
weekend.
Gary Ernst provided most of the
match's excitement when he pin-
ned his Wisconsin heavyweight
counterpart, Randy Frokjer, in
1:16. Ernst fired out quickly and
garnered a takedown in the first
twenty seconds. After that it was
just a matter of time before Ernst
recorded the fall.
Jim Brown and Bill Davids did
just what was expected of them,
both recording lopside superior
decision victories. Brown came
within an inch of pinning Badger
Jeff Saggau in the first period and
had him on the ropes throughout
the match in chalking up a 15-1
triumph. Davids too was in con-
trol all of the way, coming closest
to pinning Larry Gonzalez in the
waning seconds of their bout.
Lon Harris almost preceded
Ernst's pin with one of his own.
In the first thirty seconds, he
gained a takedown and a near fall
that came only on eyelash from
being a pin. But then Harris
slacked off and played patsy with
Wisconsin's woes
liI-Jim Brown (M) defeated
Jeff Saggau (W), 15-1
126--Bl Davids (M) defeated
Larry Gonzales (w), 19-4
134-Rick Neff (M) defeated
Dale Spies (W), 11-6
142-Bill Schuck (M) defeated
Rick Schoenemann (W), 7-1
150--Jerry Hubbard (M) defeated
Rick Lowinger (W), 2-1
158-Mitch Mendrygal (M) defeated
John Skaar (W), 3-0
167-Ed Vatch (W) defeated
John Ryan (M), 7-0
177-Pete Leiskau (,W) defeated
Dave Curby (M), 4-0
19--Lon Harris (M) defeated
Joe wade (W), 11-2
Hwy-Gary Ernst (M) pinned
Ranfty Frokjer (W), 1:16

k, Badgers
Wisconsin's Joe Wade until the
final minute of the match. Har-
ris then came on strong again
racking up two more takedowns
to push the final t.o 11-2.
The Big Ten's- runner-up 177
pounder from last season, Pete
Leiskau of Wisconsin, turned in
one of the Badgers two wins by
taking Michigan freshman Dave
Curby 4-0.
Wolverine Rick Neff nearly
captured a third straight super-
ior decision victory when he
downed Dale Spies 11-6 at 134'
lbs. Realizing he had 4 chance
for a superior decision, Neff made
some bold moves in the third per-
iod which backfired. Normally
he would not have taken such
risks, but with the chance of gain-
ing an extra match t point they
were well worth the risk.
Bill Schuck and Mitch Men-
drygal rounded out the con-
quest of Wisconsin with impres-
sive 7-1 and 3-0 wins.
Michigan coachsRick Bay was
particularly pleased with Hub-
bard's win. As he put it, "Jerry
needed a victory tonight to have
any chance of gaining the seed
he deserves in the Big Ten meet
next Saturday."
Bay was very pleased with the
ovarell performance of his squad
in what he called "a vast im-
provement over last Saturday's
match at Michigan State." He
also claimed that "had we wrest-
led, this well last weekend, we
would have given Michigan State
a much better contest."

Floridians fly
UNIONDALE, N.Y.-Mack Cal-
yin's 32 points led the Floridians
to a record 143-122 American
Basketball Association victory over
the New York Nets last night.
Calvin hit six field goals and
Warren Jabali, who connected for
29 points, bombed a trio of three-
point baskets as the winners pour-
e in 44 points in the second
period and raced to an 80-56 half-
time bulge over New York.
The 44 points were the most
ever allowed by the Nets in a single
period and'the 80 points marked
another record for points allowed
in one half by New York.
The Floridians hit 51 per cent
from the field for the first half
to assume control of the game.
They led by as much as 32 points
during the third quarter.
SCORES
COLLEGE
Columbia 8, Dartmouth 86
Harvard 99, Cornell 81
Penn 90, Brown 66
Princeton 73, Yale 60
N. Carolina St. 77, Morgan St. 69
SW Texas 76, Texas A&I 74
Moorhead 81, sw Minn 60
5.7. Louisiana 83, Belhaven 70
NBA
Chicago 122, Detroit 97
Cleveland 133, Cincinnati 109
Baltimore 106, Atlanta 81
Philadelphia 132, Milwaukee 126
ABA
Floridians 143, New York 122
Kentucky 119, Carolina 111

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