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Sunday, December 5, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

page-,Nine

Sunday, December 5, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page. Nine

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Volunteers edge Nittany Lions; Matmen down rugged Pitt

Hapless Jets crushed by Dallas,
By The Associated Press the Liberty Bowl Dec. 20 in Mem- quarterback who was starting his
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennes- phis. first regular season game since
see upset fifth-ranked Penn State Teinnessee's vaunted defense ac- October, 1970, was pulled by Jet
yesterday as All-American 'Bobby counted for three of the Vol's four Coach Weeb Ewbank after the
Majors returned a punt 44 yards touchdowns as they converted two score mounted to 28-0. Namath
for a touchdown and the Vols pass interceptions and a fumble returned late in the game when
converted three turnovers into into scores in crushing the Lions Bob Davis hurt his ankle.j
scores for a 31-11 victory in a na- before a partisan crowd of 54,529.
tionally televised game. The firstTennessee touchdown
Thelos eneda 1-gae wn-came on the last play of the first Okies awesomte
ning streak for the Nittany Lions quarter when cornerback Conrad STILLWATER, Okla. - Quar-
and sent them to a Cotton Bowl Graham grabbed Hufnagle's fum- terback Jack Mildren scored two
date with Texas Jan. 1 with a 10- b in midair and dashed 76 yards touchdowns and passed for a third!
1 record. Tennessee, which is * and halfback Greg Pruitt raced;
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ening kickoff ignited a four-toucl-
down avalanche in the first quar-
cer by the Dallas Cowboys yester-
day and spoiled Broadway Joe Na-j
math's comeback in a 52-10 Na-
tional Football League rout of the
New York Jets.
Namath, the injury plagued Jet

The victory pushed Oklahomans
record to 10-1, best finish by a
Sooner team since 1956. The Soon-
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By ROGER ROSSITER
Michigan's matmen grappled
to their season's initial victory
over Pittsburgh 23-17, yesterday.
The win squared the Wolverines'
record, and gave them a big lift
after Thursday's loss to Penn ,
State.
Michigan outdueled Pittsburgh
at its strength, the lower
weights, garnering. a pin, two
decisions, and a tie in those five
divisions.
Freshman Jim Brown opened
the meet by drawing Pittsburgh's
George Bryant, 3-3.
Bill Davids gave Michigan its
first surprise win by turning
back Randy Payne, NCAA run-
ner-up two years ago, 7-5.
Rick Neff then followed with
an 11-2 pasting of Gary Mc-
Clure, putting Michigan on top
8-2.
Mark King, captain of the
maize and blue, lost a tough
7-6 decision to Dave Wylie,
which cut Michigan's advantage
to 8-5.
Jarrett Hubbard avenged a
pin last season against Pitts-
burgh which cost Michigan the
match, when at 3:24 of his
match he pinned John Buzzatto.
Kevin Love and Jim Flemming
won decisions for Pittsburgh in
the next two weight classes.
Love took a close verdict from
Mitch Mendrygal, 2-0, while
Flemming outpointed R o g e r
Ritzman, 7-4.
The stage was thus set for the
turning point of the match,
which occurred in the 177 pound
class.
John Ryan appeared headed
for defeat by Pittsburgh's Jim
Caramanna, when with only
Tangl ei fisc!
118-Jim Brown (M) drew George
Bryant. 3-3
126-Bill Davids (M) dec. Randy
Payne,-(.
134-Ric.. Neff (M) dec. Gary Me-

Tankmen torpedo"
Special To The Daily
MADISON - The Michigan swimmers advanced their season re-
cord to 2-0 yesterday with a 74-49 trounoing of the Wisconsin Bad-
gers.
The, mopt impressive performance of the week was tuned, in by
sophomore Stu Isaac of Michigan. as he established a riew' pool record
in the 200 yard breaststroke. Isaac was clocked in 2:12.48.
Joe Crawford also did a stalwart job in the diving events,
knocking off David Bush, one of the top divers in the country, and
one who has been a personal nemesis to him in the past.
Freshman Mark Anderson had another good day, winning the
500 yard freestyle for the second day in a row.
Gurgle, gurgle, gurgle

1:02 left. in the match Ryan
came through with a clutch re-
versal and pinned Caramanna.
Craig Tritch put Pittsburgh
right back in the meet, however,
by pinning Therlon Harris at
6:17 of their encounter.
Pittsburgh thus needed a fall
or win by superior decision to
eke out a victory.

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400 YAR) MEDLEY RELAY - 1.
Michigan, (Hansen, Day Whitaker, Isa-
ac), 3:42.37, 2. Wisconsin.
1000 YARD FREESTYLE - Rox-
borough, Wisconsin, 10:13.83; 2. Fish-
burn, m; 3. Anderson, M.
ONE METER DIVING - 1. Crawford,
Michigani, 300.50; 2. Bush, W; 3. Humber,
W.
200 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. AlcCar-
thy, Michigan, 1:48.42; 2. Peterson, W;
3. Riopel, W.
350 YARD FREESTYLE - 1. Aranha,
Michigan, 23.39; 2. Lynch, W.; 3. Mc-
Cullough, M.
200 YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -
1. Reinschreibei, Wisconsin, 2:00.84; 2.
Isaac, M; 3. Cluer, W.
THREE METER DIVING - 1. Craw-

ford, Michigan, 307.45; 2. 3bush, W; 3.
Ruetf, W.
200 Y'RD BUTTERFLY - 1. Day,
Michigan, 1:59.38; 2. McDonald, M; 3.
Weisley, -W.ul
200 YARD FREESTYLE 1. Mcul-
lough, Michigan, 49.60; 2. Aranha, M; 3.
Ridenour, W.
200 YARD BACKSTROKE - 1. H a'-
s~n MiOA ,an, 1:58.71; 2. Reinscbrei-
ber, W; 3. Peterson, W.
500 YARD FREESTYLE - I. Ander-,
son, Michigan, 4:57.83; 2. Roxborough,
W; 3. Fishburn,,M.
200 YARD BREASTSTROKE-- 1. Isa-
ac, Michigan, 2:12.48; 2. Cluer, W; 3.
Whitaker, M.
400 YARD FREESTYLE RELAY - 1.
Wisucosin, (Streibel, Ridenour, Lynch,
Preston); 2. Michigan.

BADGERS SUBMARINED

Rick Bolhouse carne through
with the clincher for Michigan.
His 6-2 triumph over George
Calgagnini pushed the final to
23-17.
Assistant coach Bill Johanne-
sen said the squad really pulled
together after the loss to Penn
State and 'was determined to
stick it to Pittsburgh.

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MINNEAPOLIS (I P - Paul Giel.
wo-time, University of Minnesota
All-American football player, was
named the school's athletic direc-
or yesterday and football coach
Murray Warmath was relieved of.
ootball duties in a sweeping
shakeup of the Gopher athletic
department.
Warmath, who made two Rose
Bowl appearances and posted a!
97-84-10 record in two years at
Mississippi State and 18 at Min-
nesota, was reappointed as assist-
ant athletic director in charge of
special projects.
Malcolm Moos, university presi-
dent who announced the appoint-
ments that followed the resigna-
ion of Athletic Director Marsh
Ryman, said the Minnesota board
of regents will meet next Friday to
approve them.

Warmath, Rvman resign;
Giel takes Gopher AD Post

Giel. 39. earlier had rejected
an offer to guide the Gopher ath-
letic program. which showed a de-
ficit of $150,000 for 1970-71. He
telephoned Moos, and said he had
6han ed his mind Friday.
'"I. got to thinkln wvTa't teLlnI
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said Giel. who has been sports di-
rector of WCCO Radio, for the
last nine years.
"When I came out of Winona,
Minn, I was Joe Average. I owe
everything I have to the univer-
sity. I can't tell you how many:
telephone calls, letters I recelved
asking me to reconsider the job."
Giel said his immediate objec-
tives will be to hire another assist-
ant athletic director, a football
coach and an assistant baseball
coach.

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