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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Grapplers grind out victory
over tenacious Hawkeyes

Gymnasts

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OW TO SAVE es"
LIVES YEARLY!

By JERRY CLARKE
In a meet that was not decided
until the final ten seconds of the
last match, the Michigan wrestling
team yesterday defeated I o w a
17-16. Heavyweight Rick Bolhouse,
needing a win to gain the team
victory, took down the Hawkeyes'
Jim Waschek with just seconds left
on the clock to give him a 7-3
decision, and lead the Wolverines
to their biggest triumph of the
season.
The meet was the second in the
toughest weekend of wrestling of
the year. On Thursday, the team
held defending NCAA College Di-
vision champion Cal Poly to a
16-16 draw. Yesterday's win made
the weekend a success according to
coach Rick Bay, who commented
that "a split would have been sat-
isfactory, but this is super."
The win came despite an unex-
pected loss for Jerry Hubbard at
150 and a draw for undefeated
Bob Huizenga at 167. Jan Sander-
son of Iowa handled Hubbard eas-
ily, scoring four points in t h e
second period, and John Evashev-
ski gave Huizenga all he could
handle, with the Wolverine fresh-
man relying on two points for rid-
ing time to gain the draw.
Balancing this however w e r e
two outstanding wins for Michi-
Hawks humbled
118 pounds - Jerry Hoddy (M) dec.
Dan Sherman, 5-3.
126 pounds - John Robken (Ia) dec.
Bill Davids, 5-3.
134 pounds -Jim Hagen (M) dec.
Don Briggs, 3-1.
142 pounds - Mark King (M) dec.
Terry Wells, 7-5.
150 pounds - Jan Sanderson (la)
dec. Jerry Hubbard, 6-3.
158 pounds - Tim Quinn (M) dec.
Todd Rhoads, 2-1.
167 pounds - Bob Huizenga (M) drew
John Evashevski, 4-4.
177 pounds - Steve Devries (Ia)
pinned Roger Ritzman, 5:37.
190 pounds - Paul Zander (Ia) dec.

gan. In the 134 lb. class, Jim Hag-
en decisioned Don Briggs 3-1, and
was followed by Mark King's 7-5;
decision over Terry Wells at 142.
King's strong performance marked
the first time he had wrestled in
competition since being sidelined
by a pinched nerve three weeks
ago. As he had worked out for only
three days before the meet, his
showing came as a pleasant sur-
prise to Bay, who has had to go
with a reshuffled lineup partially
due to King's absence.
Jerry Hoddy got the meet off to!
a good start for Michigan, as he
defeated Dan Sherman at 118.
The Hawkeyes came right back to
tie the score when John Robken
decisioned freshman Bill Davids
5-3. Hagen and King gave the
Wolverines a 9-3 lead going into!
Hubbard's match at 150.
After Sanderson defeated Hub-
bard, Tom Quinn of Michigan!
widened the lead again by squeak-
ing out a 2-1 decision over Todd!
Rhoads in one of the most even
matches of the day. Quinn's win
came on a point for riding time
after both men had scored on es-
capes.
After the draw at 167, the Hawk-
eyes came roaring back as Steve
DeVries, one of the nation's top
performers, pinned Roger Ritz-
man in the third period, making!
the meet score 14-13 in Michi-
gan's favor. Iowa took the lead
at 190 when Paul Zander easily
handled Therlon Harris, gaining a
7-2 decision.

tumble over
Minnesota
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS-The Wolverine
gymnasts hit their season's peak
here yesterday, adding Minnesota
to their long list of victims by
164.05 to 159.55. The victory gave
the Wolverines their fifth straight
dual-meet crown this year and ex-
tended their dual-meet streak over
the last three seasons to a phe-
nomenal 37.
It was the first time this sea-
son Michigan topped the 164
mark; the contest was marked,
furthermore, by numerous per-
sonal and team event highs.
Among them were the spectacular
9.5 and 9.4 turned in by high-bar
men Ed Howard and Jim Scully
respectively, and the 9.45 racked
up by Mike Sale on the rings.
Sale's super - performance was
especially heartening since less
than a year ago he was crippled
by a serious biceps injury. His ob-
vious recovery, combined with
Monty Faulb's and Rick McCurdy's
nine-plus ring routine, gave Mich-
igan a 27.8 total in that event, an-
other season high.
If one individual stood out in
the superbly balanced team attack,
it was sophomore all-arounder Ray
Gura, who won the floor exercise
and was runner-up in the vault,
besides finishing a strong third in
the side horse. Over all six events,
Gura tallied a 53.1 total, beating
out teammate Rick McCurdy and

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By JOEL GREER
Special To The Daily
HOUGHTON - Led by their
second straight four - goal third
period, the Michigan Tech Huskies
completed their series sweep of the
Michigan icers, 7-2, yesterday af-
ternoon to retain the Governor's
Cup.
The Huskies took a 3-1 lead into
the final period but Michigan
closed the gap to one at 4:46.
Pressing for the tying tally, de-
fenseman Jerry Lefebvre drew a
tripping penalty just 29 seconds
later. The Huskies converted the
power play to regain a two goal
lead.
Mike Usitalo, the Calumet,
Mich., freshman, found the net-
ting with a long slap shot from
the point.
From then on it was all Mich-
igan Tech as the Huskies scored
three more times before the final
buzzer sounded.:
Friday night, the Huskies also
scored four goals in the final per-
iod to take a 5-2 decision.
Wolverine goalie Bill Busch
made his first appearance of the
season and Michigan Tech wasted
no time by greeting him with two
quick goals.
Their aggressive play paid off
immediately as Graham Wise stole
the puck in the corner to the right
of the Michigan goal. Wise sent a
pass to Gary Crosby who was sta-
tioned to the left of Busch and
the Kitchener, Ontario, freshman
backhanded a shot between the
pads of the startled goaltender.
Usitalo followed suit on a simi-
lar play less than two minutes
later taking a pass from Al Mc-
Leod.
"He (Busch) was shaky at the
start," commented Michigan coach
Al Renfrew after the game, "but
that had to be expected." Renfrew
added that Busch played very well

both Michigan goals, deflected
Mike Jarry's waist-high slapshot
over Trewin's right shoulder.
Michigan then began to put on
the pressure as they had two more
power play opportunities in the
period. But Michigan failed to ge
the equalizer as Tech's defense
held firm.
The Huskies turned the game
around again at 15:36 to grab a
3-1 lead on a rather "fluke" play.
The double-victory, which cli-
maxed a weather-plagued Winter
Carnival, vaulted Michigan Tech
into a nearly insurmountable lead
atop the W e s t e r n Collegiate
Hockey Association with a 14-1
record,
Poor puckmen
Score by periods
MICHIGAN 1 0 1 - 2
Michigan Tech 3 0 4 - 7
First period scoring - 1. T - Cros-
by (Wise, Murray) 0:22; 2. T -
Usitalo (McLeod) 2:18; 3. M - Slack
(Jarry) 7:22; 4. T - Nahrgang (Cros-
by) 15:36. Penalties -- 1. T - Nahr-
gang 2 (elbowing) 2:39; 2. T - Gris-
dale 2 (slashing) 3:16; 3. T-Mc-
Phail 2 (tripping) 7:36; M - Gagnon
2 (elbowing) 8:28; 5. T - Nahrgang
2 (charging) 11:49; 6. M - Falk
2 (boarding) 19:02.
Second period scoring - none.
Penalties - 7. M - Lefebvre 2 (trip-
ping) 2:40; 8. T - Ahlsten 2 (hold-
ing) 8:25; 9. M - Skinner 2 (hook-
ing) 10:42; 10. T - McPhail 2 (inter-
ference) 11:37; 11. T - McPhail 10
(misconduct) 14:23.
Third period scoring - 5. M -
Slack (Falk) 4:46; 6. T - Usitalo
(Tucker, Grisdale) 6:14; 7. T - Scri-
ver (Crosby, Wise) 7:52; 8. T - iWse
(Crosby) 13:49; 9. T - Stamler
(Crosby, Wise) 13:57. Penalties - 12.
M - Lefebvre 2 (tripping)ยง :15; 13.
T - Prentice 2 (elbowing) 10:58.
Saves

Minnesota's Jeff Rock for all-1
This put the pressure of B 01- around honors.1
house, who came through in style. The Gophers managed to pick
off the individual team first place
Mermaids win in two events, Rick Blesi taking
the vaulting event and Rock win-
The woman's swim team downed' ning the parallel bars. But the
T Michigan steamroller swept all
two intra-state rivals yesterday at; three places in three events, in-
the Central Michigan Invitational cluding the aforementioned rings.
Swimming relays. The women Ward Black and Terry Boys fol-

UCLA nips USC
LOS ANGELES -- Southern
California blew a 59-50 lead last
night and saw UCLA's remark-
able Bruins shoot past them to
grab a 64-60 win. The game was
the first of two between the
Pacific-8 Conference powers.
Sidney Wicks converted both
shots on a 1-1 with 20 seconds
left to give the Bruins an in-
surmountable 64-60 edge.
The loss was a bitter one for
Southern California, as it dom-
inated play throughout the first
30 minutes only to have UCLA
come back for a thrilling win.
UCLA mentor John Wooden,
the man of a thousand "I wish
I'd said that" quotes, comment-
ed after the game that "we
frankly didn't play too well, but
we came back very well."
The last four minutes were
marked by UCLA's attempt to
stall after taking a one-point
lead on 11 out of 12 consecutive
points.

Kentucky,
Marquette
breeze
By The Associated Press
Marquette, the nation's premier
basketball team, and highly-rank-
ed Kentucky continued their win-
ning ways last night as both wal-
loped weak opponents.
The Warriors destroyed DePaul
with a full court press to run their
winning streak to 30 straight, 18
of those coming this season.
Gary Brell, who has been hotter
than a Poco jam session lately,
tossed in 26 points and teammate
Dean Meminger added 18. Mem-
inger also collected an incredible
14 assists.
Johnny Neuman, the nation's
hottest-scoring mapleman, wasted
46 points as Kentucky ripped his
Mississippi Rebels by a 121-86
count.

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9.3, combined with Howard's and scoreless second period.
E INTERNATIONAL Presents Scully's records produced a spec- The Wolverines never could get
tacular 28.2, by far Michigan's a serious attack going as their
best three-man total in the event rushes were terminated either in
so far this year and perhaps their the Michigan zone or at the Huskie
highest ever. ! blue line.
Coach Newt Loken was excited Bernie Gagnon got off the only
over the season-high total, and good shot at Huskie goaltender
was "exceptionally pleased with Morris Trewin during the span,
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MICHIGAN 82, Northwestern 81
Purdue 85, Indiana 81
Illinois 93, Minnesota 78
Ohio State 87, Michigan State 76
Iowa 93, Wisconsin 91
Notre Dame 102, Creighton 91
Virginia 79, N. Carolina State 53
Auburn 85, Florida 70
Pennsylvania 92, Columbia 79
W. Kentucky at Mid. Tennessee, inc.
Dartmouth 88, Yale 65
Maryland 88, Duke 79
Detroit 80, Xavier 71
South Carolina at Clemson, inc.
Kentucky 121, Mississippi 86
Ohio U. at Western Michigan, inc.
Jacksonville at Oklahoma City, inc.
Marquette 84, DePaul 55
Indiana 74, MICHIGAN 66, track
MICHIGAN 17, Iowa 16, wrestling
Other Games
St. John's (NY) 63, Army 55
Penn State 94, Geo. Washington 61
Syracuse 75, LaSalle 68
Kansas 81, Nebraska 67
Cincinnati 74, Kent State 63
Georgia Tech 83, Air Force 53
Colgate 84, LaFayette 83
California 100, Stanford 84
Tennessee 88, Mississippi State 65

ORES

Holy Cross 88, Boston U. 68
Texas El Paso 80, Arizona 65
Rice 80, Texas Tech 64
Texas A&M 87, Arkansas 83
Bradley 86, Tulsa 80
St. Louis 62, Memphis St. 58
Oklahoma 69, Oklahoma St. 53
Kansas St. 96, Iowa St. 81
Missouri 81, Colorado 76
Wichita St. 84, North Texas St. 81
Dayton 77, Chicago Loyola 63
Pitt 118, Carnegie-Mellon 84
Ripon 73, Beloit 56
Sewanee 85, Lipscomb 66
Delaware 62, Gettysburg 61
Cedarville 9*, Malone 83
NHL
Boston 4, Buffalo 3
Toronto 5, Philadelphia 2
New York 5, Vancouver 4
Chicago 5, Minnesota 2
NBA
Chicago 109, New York 102
Philadelphia 118, Cincinnati 100
ABA
Utah 127, Virginia 122
Indiana 110, New York 109 o.t.
Denver 115, Pittsburgh 114
Carolina 139, Kentucky 132

Wings, Blues deal
ST. LOUIS (P) - Former Uni-
versity of Michigan hockey great
Gordon "Red" Berenson and St.
Louis Blues' teammate Tim Eccle-
stone were dealt to the Detroit
Red Wings yesterday for Wayne
Connelly and Gary Unger. All are
forwards.

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