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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

Sunday, February 27, 1.972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAIL"r

Wanted: NOT DEAD but
ALIVE Males and Females'

Hubbard,

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By RICH STUCK of Michigan State to win the 1588
Special To The Daily title. The Michigan junioi' broke
BLOOMINGTON - The Michi- a 2-2 deadlock in the third period
gan State .Spartans surged with with an escape then used his legs
ease to their seventh consecutive beautifully to ride out Radman
Big Ten wrestling championship and complete the 4-2 victory.
yesterday, claiming five individ- After those two wins, the Wol-
ual titles and two second place verines were actually ieading
finishes. Iowa finished second Iowa by 12 points in the race for
while Michigan turned in a disap- second. But the Hawkeyes J o h n
pointing third place showing. Evashevski and Paul Zander came
There were, however, t h r e e through with wins to drop t h e
bright spots for the Wolverines, Wolverines into third.
Freshman Jim Brown wrestled
well against State's defending 118 Evashevski whipped Indiana's'
champion Greg Johnson and act- Jim Clary 1-3 while Zander won
ually was leading 3-1 midway by default over the defending
through the match, before suc- champion, Dave Ciolek of Michi-
cumbing- to Johnson's superior gan State. The gutty Spartan hurt
strength and experience. T h e his le ancouldbarelysn
finalscor was9-4.up but he continued to wrestle
final score was 9-4. until State coach Grady Peninger
Michigan won two champion- called Ciolek over to the side of
ships in back to back performanc-th ma thryfrfing he
es turned in by Jerry Hubbard the mat, thereby forfeiting t h e
and Mitch Mendrygal at 150 and match to Zander.
158. Hubbard defeated Clyde Smith Michigan State's brother act,
of Northwestern 7-5 in a real Tom and Pat Milkovich, both
tooth and nail battle. Hubbard walked away with championships.
grabed a 6-0 lead only to have it Pat took the 126 crown with a 4-0
dwindle to 6-5. At that point, Smith trouncing of Minnesota's, Jeff
let Hubbard escape with only 12 Lamphere. Tom wrestled his best
seconds remaining in hopes of match of the tournament as he
gaining another takedown to knot smothered Bill Willet of Indiana
the score, but Hubard maintain-
ed his balance to post the win.
It was the second consecutive Big
Ten crown for Hubbard. rso
Although winning, Hubbard was Fo s
somewhat disappointed in his per-
formance. Hubbard complained
that "I haven't been aggressive By MICHAEL OLIN
enough since I lost to Holm in
Iowa. I like to go after pe ple Michigan's freshman cagers
and I'm not doing it". rebounded from a weak first half
But he added, "It feels great yesterday on their way to a scorch-
to win again." ing 108-94 scalping of the Central
Mendrygal followed Hubbard's Michigan Chippewas.
lead by surprising Rick Radman The game marked the Wolver-
ines 11th victory without a defeat
in addition to being their sixth
U of M Students, straight 100 point showing.
Faculty and Staff The Chippewas came off t h e
opening tip in a man to man press
BAHAM ASI defense that kept Michigan's for-
wards from moving to the basket.
Unable to get untracked, t h e
NASSAU Wolverines got skinned on t he
boards 33-22, and flayed slightly
5 DAYS/4 NIGHTS point wise as they went into the
J UIIJ/I *'u1JIIJ lockerroom on the bottom end of,
MARCH 6 to 10 a 5147 score.
Coach Dick Honig commented,
" "Joe (Johnson) would beat his
ILIVV man downcourt on the f a s t
break, but unlike the rest of the
games this year, the forwards just
stood there. We played terribly,
FREE RTexcept for the last three minutes
DA t7 IG TS at the end of the half."
8 UAT3/I NIGHTS Michigan, however, was not to
be denied /as they came out in the
MARCH 5 to 12 second half like an enraged bra-
hma bull out of a small pen. Led
by forward Doug Ashworth's nine
caroms and Bill Aylers bulls-eye
ALL TRIPS INCLUDE: shots inside the Wolverines came
A Round trip nn-stop het back to outscore the Chips 61-
transportation 143 while allowing them a piddling
0 Open bar and meal rebounds.
service en route The Wolverines accomplished
" Anights at the Fagser v e n their post intermission arobatics
(Nassau). largely without the services of
leading scorer Campy Russell.
FOR DETAILS CALL: Russell picked up his fourth foul
Owen Perlman-663-2044 with only 1:36 gone in the half,
I and was replaced by Ayler at for-
Larry Kaufman-764-7692 ward.
Steven Eder-763-2790 The key to the turn around in
Carol Klau-663-8227 the game was Central Michigan's
or switch to a zone press in t h e
Steven Zacks-Studentours second half. Honig called the move
483-4850 a "strategic error" on the part
of Chip Coach Walt Schneider.
"When (C. J.) Kupec moves inside
and dishes the bll to the weak
side of the floor, no one will be
able to play a press on us." Fur-

-0 in the mach of the unbeatens both of Michigan State. Malecek,
at 142. who beat his 167 foe, Buckeye Bill
The only fall of the day was Reinbolt, 5-2 also received an
recorded by Jim Humphrey of award as the wrestler having the
Ohio State at 134 when he pinned most pins in the shortest time.
the Gopher's Steve Wessman at
3:57.; Lewis took a closely fought
The other two titles were re- heavyweight match from Purdue's
claimed by defending champions Mike Cerqua 2-1 on the basis of
Gerald Malecek and Ben Lewis, a penalty awarded to him late in
the match.
Spartans endure Michigan entered the day in a
118-Gieg Johnson (MSU) dec. Jim good position to overtake I o w a

yer

crowns

Brown (M), 9-4 .
126-Pat Milkovich (MSU) dec. Jeff
Lamphere (MINN), 4-0
134-Jim Humphrey (OSU) pinned
Steve Wessman (MINN), 3:57
142-Tom Milkovich (MSU) dec. Bill
Willett (IND), 8-0
150-Jerry Hubbard (M) dec. Clyde
Smith (NW), 7-5
158-Miten Mendrygal (M) dec. Rick
Radman (MSU), 4-2
167-Gerald Malecek (MSU) dec.
Bill Reinholt (OSU), 5-2
1'7-John Evashevski (IOWA) dec.
Jim Clary (IND), 11-3
190-Paul Zander (IOWA) default
from Dave Ciolek (MSU), 6:16
Hwt.-Ben Lewis (MSU) dec. Mike
Cerqua (PUR), 2-1
Michigan State 95, Iowa 62, MICHI
GAN 561/2, Minnesota 34, Purdue 29,;2,,
Northwestern 2812, Ohio State 27, In-
diana 221, Wisconsin 14, Illinois 3.

but lost three bouts for t ' i r d
place and captured just one while
Iowa picked up three third place
medals. Therlon Harris won h i s
190 consolation match over Mark
Frankel of Purdue 5-1, to advance
to the NCAA tournament. The first
four finishers in each weight &.lass
make the trip.
Others advancing from Michigan
to the NCAAs at Maryland on
March 9-1 are Hubard, Mendrygal,
Brown, Bill Schuck, John Ryan,
and Gary Ernst. Schuck, Ryan,
and Ernst all coper fourth place
honors.
The outstanding Wrestler Award
was won by Johnson after his
complete domination of 118 field.

utshoot Chips

thered Honig, "I'd have to say the
key was our breaking, that press.'
In addition, theWolverines came
out in the second half and ran a
stack offense against the Chips.
The slight strategic change, with
Ayler being the man who gets the
ball rather than the temporarily
benched Russell proved to be Cen-
tral 's demise.aCoincidentally, the
stack is the same offense Michi-
gan used to squeek past The Chip-
pewas in the overtime period of
their first game at Mt. Pleasant..
Central Michigan controlled the
games' opening tip as Jim Hel"

the half with a quick four point I
burst.
The Wolverines took the tip in
the second half and the tone of
the game changed almost immed-
iately. Michigan tied it up at 51-
51 with 18:40 to go in the game
as Kupec swished a jumper from
the kep on a long pass from Joe
Johnson.
Michigan took the lead for good
on the next play as John Kantner
grabbed Russell's errant s h o t,
drippled to outside the circle, and
swished it through for two.

-Associated Press
Lost in Space
CALVIN MURPHY, the smallest man in the' universe, is seen
above rolling through a pile of legs and bodies in his attempt
to recover the ball, which is akin to a fertility symbol. Calvin,
who has been a member of this strange cult since birth, is
sandwiched between the Pistons Bob Lanier (16) and Dave Bing
(21).

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mink' drove inside for the ii
points of the game almost tota
unmolested. The Chips were neN
behind throughout the half
Michigan just couldn't shake
their seemingly lackadaisical
titude. Central's biggest lead w
seven points as Dan Roundfi
put one through the hoop to ma
the score 27-20 after 9:24 h
elapsed. The Wolverines manag
to stay close however and end

rst MISSOURI MAULED:

a

Chipps crunched
MICHIGAN FRESHMEN

Ashworth
Johnson
Kantner
Ayler
McParlan
Wolff
Russell
Rahn
Kupec
TEAM
TQTALS

fg
13-8
9-5
10-7
17-10
0-0
1-1
11-8
0-0
13-4

ft r pff
2-2 14 5
4-4 2 3
6-6 7 2
3-1 3 2
0-0 0 0
'-0 1 0
5-5 9 4
0-0 0 1
6-4 5 1
3
26-22 44 18

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asI
offTitans
eld DETROIT - A hot-shooting
ike University of Detroit basketball
zad team scored a smashing 70-49
,ed victory \yesterday over second-
ed ranked Marquette, which was
playing without star center Jim
Chones who turned pro last week.
The Titans streaked to an early
pts 15-point lead in the first half,
18 and held a 36-24 bulge at half-'
14 time. They never let up in the
20
21 second half, leading at one point
0 by 24 points.
2 Detroit shot 65 per cent in the
21 first half, featuring deadly out-
12 side shooting, and displayed a te-
nacious defense that usually lim-
108 ited the Warriors to just one shot
at a time.
pts Marquette closed the gap slight-
24 ly just before halftime, but after
12 intermission it was Detroit all the
1 way, as the Titans kept their
15 hopes alive for a National Invi-
4 tational Tournament bid.
6 Detroit, which has no player
1 averaging more than 20 points a
0 game, displayed balanced scoring
0 again as Bill Pleas tossed in 18
4 and Frank Russell adding 16.
2 * *
94 Stallworth shines
LAWRENCE, Kan. Bud Stall-

mash,
hawks whipped 14th-ranke
souri 93-80 and knocked th
ers out of a tie for the Big
Conference basketball lead.
Stallworth's performance
the Big Eight record for c
ence games set by Cliff Me
Colorado against Oklahoma
ago. Meely hit for 47 points.
Missouri held a 43-41 ha
lead, but with Stallworth,
Taynor, and Aubrey Nash1
baskets, the Jayhawksi
ahead in the first five m

a rriors
d Mis- after intermission and never lost
e Tig- the lead again.
Eight * *
broke Tigers tame
onfer- BATON ROUGE, La. - Louis-
eely of iana State, which upset Tennessee
a year earlier in the Southeastern Con-
ference basketball race, surprised
alftime league - leading Kentucky, 88-71
Dave yesterday.
hitting It wEts only the second LSU
moved victory in history over a Kentucky
iinutes team.

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Roundfield
Means
Heimink
Eisler
Henderson
Shirar
Parks
Wilson
Wiccmuan
Alien
Reeves
Van Dis
Bograkes
TEAM
TOTALS

fg
14-9
19-5
10-4
11-4
11-6
2-2
5-3
4-1
0-0
0-0
2-0
2-2
1-1

ft r pf
6-6 14 4
5-2 4 2
3-3 7 3
7-5 3- 1
3-3 4 3
0-0 1 2
0-0 2 4
0-0 0 0
3-1 0 0
0-0 0 0
0-0 0 0
1-0 0 0
0-0 0 0
8
28-20 44 19

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SCORE BY PERIOD
MICHIGAN
Central Michigan

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51 43- 94 yesterday as the Kansas Jay-

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Gymats rip Illini
Ray Gura gur-ooves
"By DEBBIE WISSNER
" Led by another excellent performance on the part of Ray
Gura, the Michigan gymnasts overcame both Illinois and numerous
distractions from a crowd that was still hyper-active from the basket-
ball game, and crushed the Illini 165.50-146:10.
In a meet highlighted by several outstanding individual routines,
Gura's consistently high scores gave him the all-around title for the
meet with a total of 54.55.
The Wolverines took a commanding 27.55-23.15 lead after the
first event and added to it steadily throughout the meet, winning
each event by a sizeable margin. The Illini scored quite low in each
event partly because they elected to use the NCAA compulsory 'rou-
tines in preparation for next week's Big Ten meet.
Terry Boys once again led the way for Michigan in floor exercises
with a 9.25 performance. Ward Black followed with a 9.2, and Ray
Gura turned in a 9.1 score. Mike Grimes was high for Illinois with
8.00.
On side horse, Dick Kaziny scored 9.30 in his final performance
in Crisler Arena. Ray Gura continued his fine showing with a 9.10
and Ted Marti scored 8.80. Illinois made its best showing on the
side horse as Ken Barr did a 9.25 routine and Howard Beck turned
in an 8.95 performance.
The Wolverines' best event of the day with the parallel bars, with
a team score of 27.90. Ted Marti and Bob Johnson both scored 9.35
to lead the way, and senior Murray Plotkin hit ,9.2 in his final
appearance at Michigan. Greg Fenske had the Illini's top score
for the day with a 9.15.
Michigan also took vaulting, with every Wolverine performer
scoring above 9.00. Ray Gura was the top scorer with a 9.30 vault,
followed by Jean Gagnon with 9.15 and Jean-Paul Bouchard with 9.05.
Don Grieb and Mike Grimes led Illinois, both with vaults of 8.20.
Senior high bar specialist Jim Scully made his last Crisler Arena
apearance a good one, scoring 9.35 on the bar. Jean Gagnon followed
Scully with a 9.25, and Marti turned in a 9.15 performance for the
Wolverines. Don Grieb was high for the Illini with 8.75.
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