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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, Februc3ryfi 21, 19714

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, February 21, 197T~

Thinclads dominate field events
but fall to Spartans, 7212 - 6712

Sluggis

By SANDI GENIS
The Michigan State Jinx con-
tinued to haunt the Wolverine
trackmen for the second straight
week as the thinclads, coming off
a rather disappointing perform-
ance in the Michigan State Relays
last weekend, were upset in a dual
meet by the Spartans, 721/2-672,
yesterday afternoon.
Despite the fact that the Wol-
verines completely dominated the
field events, sweeping three of
tho s evcompetitions,ntheir inter-
state rivals hung tough in the
running events to claim the meet
title.
The final competition, the one
mile relay, proved to be the cru-
cial battle as the two teams en-
tered that event tied with 671/2
total points.
But unfortunately for Wolver-
ine coach Dave Martin, his team
of Kim Rowe, Eric Chapman, Greg
Syphax, and Lorenzo Montgomery
was outclassed by Spartan stars

Al Henderson, Mike Murphy, Mike very nearly nipped MSU ace John
Holt, and Bob Cassleman, as they Mock at the tape, after Mock had
set a new Yost Field House record held off his attempt to take the
of 3:16. lead with a half lap to go.
Indeed it was apparent from the In the quarter mile, the Wolver-
start of the event that the Wol- ines lost another point when Mike
verines had lost, when freshman Murphy edged out Rowe and Lo-
speedster Rowe failed to gain the renzo Montgomery for a third
lead. His fellow teammates were place finish, while in the 600
never able to catch up, as State Norm Cornwell, Michigan's super
pitted one star after another 600 man, tripped during the race,
against them to win the event by stepping on MSU's Chris Bogg's
a full 6.5 seconds over the dis- heel. State's Bob Cassleman won
heartened Michigan team. the event with a fine 1:10.4 ram-
Ac. fnr ther t othef th m t it ble to set a new field house record.

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ASlur We rest o Lie iee, ,L
was merely a matter of losing one
place here and another there asI
the Spartans. gradually and seem-
ingly inevitably eroded Michigan's
early and substantial lead.
The Wolverines lost one point
when freshman Bill Bolster was
disqualified in the 880 yard run,
surrendering third place to Spar-
tan Ken Popejoy. In that same'
race Bolster's teammate and Wol-
verine stalwart Eric Chapman

SIxth
By JIM KEVRA
The Michigan Wolverines played
lackadasical, uninspired hockey for
the first 55 minutes, then rallied
desperately in the final five, but
still dropped a 5-4 decision to the
Fighting Irish of Notre Dame last
night.
For the first 55 minutes, the icers
< just weren't sharp. As Renfrew
readily admitted, they had a num-
ber of chances to put the puck into
the net but could only cash in twice.
Michigan opened up the scoring
at the 7:55 mark as Rick Mallette
and Julian Nixon combined on a
slick passing play. With only one
Irish defenseman, Ric Schafer,
back on the play, Mallette carried
the puck over the blue line. When
Schafer made his move toward
Mallette, the Michigan left wing
slid the puck to Nixon who broke
in all alone on the left hand side.
-Dairy-Terry McCarthy Nixon slapped from 15 feet out
the tape but didn't seem to catch all of the
puck. The half-speed shot, how-
McCULLOUGH STARS

rcers
row,

lose
5-4

However, things were brighter
for the Wolverines on the infield.
Freshman sensation Steve Adams
continued to exhibit his awesome
talent as he finished first in the
shot, once again with a heave of
56 feet. Contributing to the sweep,
Byian Block and Paul Toran fin-
ished 2-3 right behind Adams with
tosses of 49-334 and 49-31/4, re-
spectively.
The high jump was the scene
of another sweep as John Mann,
Dave Slekovich and Steve Rosen
copped all the places in that com- :-
petition. Mann cleared 6-8 to take
first. Rosen also placed second in
the triple jump with a leap of[
42-11, finishing behind Spartan
Eric Allen.
On the track, ace hurdler God-
frey Murray continued to marvel
the crowds as he set a new Yost1
HillTTiarrrio nti

Rick Storrey

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ever, seemed to fool Notre Dame
goalie, Dick Tomasoni, as the disk
slipped between his pads.
It took only 65 seconds for the
Irish to knot the contest.
A pileup occurred behind the
Michigan net and a loose puck
skipped out to Irish left wing, Ed-
die Bumbacco. Bumbacco took hi
time and set up center Paul Regan
five feet in front of the net. Regan,
probably surprised at being so wide
open, made no mistake and flip-
ped the puck home past Karl Bag-
nell for his first of three goals.
The Wolverines started the sec-
ond period looking like they were
going to take control of the game
but it was the Fighting Irish who
scored first.
Just past the eight minute mark,
Regan notched his second tally of
the game, a hard-earned score. Ian
Williams slapped a shot from the
point that Bagnell caught on his
pads. The loose puck fell just
inches in front of him with both
Regan and Michigan defenseman
Jerry Lefebvre fighting for con-
trol of the puck.
Regan won the battle, and slap-
ped at the puck twice, hitting the
Michigan goalie on both attempts.
His third try was more success-
ful as it found the netting in the
lower left hand corner.
Michigan tied up the score 90)
seconds later on a power play goal
as Michel Jarry scored after a goal-
mouth scramble on assists from
Bernie Gagnon and Paul Gamsby.
From that point, however, until
the final five minutes, the game
was all Notre Dame.
With three minutes left in the
second period, the Irish scored a
goal which was almost a mirror
of Michigan's first tally. This time,
Regan hit Williams with a pass
and the big right wing faked Bag-
nell to his knees and lofted a soft
shot over the fallen goaltender's
left shoulder. The goal, Notre
Dame's third, put the Irish into a
lead they never relinquished.
Only 56 seconds into the third
stanza, the Irish busted into a two

goal lead. Regan took a pass from
Williams and cruised in toward
Bagnell on the right side. He fakedE
a shot but passed slickly to Bum-
bacco who was free 10 feet in front
of the net. Bumbacco easily shd
the puck into the left side )f the
net to give the Irish a 4-2 advan-
tage.
Regan got his hat trick and the
eventual winning goal just past
the three minute mark of the per-
iod as he cashed in a pass from
Williams from 15 feet out with a
hard wrist shot.
Bob Falconer connected on a
slap shot from 25 feet out fir a
score as he converted on brilliant
passes from Gagnon and Brian4
Skinner to cut the Irish edge to 5-3.
If possible, that goal seemed to
fire up the Wolverines even more
and, only two minutes later, they
connected again.
This time Jarry got the tally on
a tip in from in front of the net.,
Gagnon passed to Merle Falk on
the right side and Falk's shot was
deflected in by Jarry.
In the last 44 seconds Michigan
pulled their goalie in an attempt
to get the tying goal but failed.
Oy vay!
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: 1. M--
Nixon (Mallette, Cartier) 7:55; 2. ND
-Regan (Bumbacco, Williams) 9:00..
PENALTIES: 1.-ND - G r e e n (2,
roughing) 4:39; 2. M-Straub (2,
roughing) 4:39; 3. ND-Schafer (2,
elbowing) 10:46; 4. M-Falk (2, high
sticking) 11:31; 5. ND-Little (2,
high sticking) 11:31; 6. M-Gagnon
(2, hooking) 11:44; 7. ND--Green (2, s
tripping) 13:17; 8. M-Skinner (2,
illegal check) 16:45.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: 3.
NI-Regan (Williams) 8:20 4. M-
Jarry (Gamsby, Gagnon) 9:50; 5.
ND - Williams (Regan, Bumbacco)
17:16. PENALTIES: 9. ND-Williams
(2, slashing) 4:55; 10. M-Cartier
(2, elbowing) 4:55; 11. ND-Roselli
(2, off. check) 8:51; 12. ND-Cordes
(2, high sticking) 16:20; 13. M-
SLefebvre (2, high sticking) 16:20.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: 6.
ND - Bumbacco (Williams, Regan)
:56; 7. ND-Regan (Williams) 3:17;
8. M-Falconer (Gagnon, Skinner)
15:15; 9. M-Jarry (Falk, Gagnon)
17:20. PENALTIES: 14-ND-Isreal-
son (2, tripping) 1:29.

Swimmers bash Ohio State

By RANDY PHILLIPS

r'ieia House recorU Uoein the Keyed by Ray McCullough's
70 yard high hurdles. Murray's firsts in both the 100 and 200 yard
freshman teammate, Mel Reeves s
finished third in the highs, while freestyle events, the Wolverine
copping second in the lows. tankers came away with an im-
pressive 74-49 swamping of Ohio
Displaying fine form in his first State, yesterday. The win gave
1000 yard run of the season, Rick Michigan for the second year in
Storrey, coming back from illness a row a 10-1 dual meet record.
that kept him out of competition Michigan managed firsts in nine
last weekend, posted a fine 2:10.8 events and began pulling away
to easily win that run. Bob "Sabu" from the tough Buckeyes only af-
Fortus turned in a 2:12.8 perform- ter the three meter diving event
ance to place third. in which Ohio State had a first
In distance action, other point and third finish to pull within
gathers for Michigan included eight points
Dalerb or whgfn Wolverine coach Gus Stager was
Dale Arbour who finished second extremely pleased with the meet's
in the mile with a 4:12 clocking, results. "The whole team perform-
and freshman Mike Pierce in the ed very, very well," commented
two mile who copped first with a Stager after the contest. '"We
-Daily-Terry McCarthy 9:08.2 run after State's Ken Hart- themin tengound."
The Michigan mentor held par-
man, who finished ahead of him, ticular praise for Ray McCul-r
arry Wolfe fles high ____ te20____
was disqualified. lough who paced the 200 y a r d

freestyle event with a good 1:47.07 not at all happy with his group's
time. Tim Norlen took second performance. "It wasn't real sharp
completing a Michigan sweep that diving." Kimball attributed Mich-
put the Wolverines up by a 29- igan's below par effort on the
10 margin. McCullough later pro- high board partly to their being a
vided the backbreaker as he cap- "little nervous after Mike's (Fin-
tured the 100 freestyle race in nerman's) mistake."
48.47 seconds just nosing out Bill Dan Fishburn came through
Cat and Jim Baehrens of t h e with one of his best efforts of
Buckeyes. That pushed the score the year in posting victories in the
to 50-34 and the Bucks n e v e r 500 and 100 yard freestyle events.
came closer. His time of 4:58.93 in the 500
In the 200 yard race Ohio State yard race was his tops for the
outsmarted themselves as Reed season, and this perfornmance may
Slavin held back in an attempt to have helped secure a spot for him
let a teammate slip into second on the Big Ten Championship
for a sweep. But McCullough and team.
Norlen didn't take the bait and The only race that did not
the Buckeye strategy back-fired. please Stager was the 200 yard
Stager called McCullough one breaststroke. Although Stu Isaac
otheageroedofthm eet"ughlongwon for the Wolverines the time
oith di ero k R tde ewho" plcn was not particularly good.
first on the low board and second Ohio State and Michigan have
fon the low board. long' had an intense but friendly
rivalry in swiming. And this year
However, despite Rydze's high it was thought that the Buckeyes
finish, he did not have one of could push Michigan for second in
his better days. His first in the the Big Ten. But after yesterday's
one meter event was greatly aided walloping Stager believes that the
by a mishap to Ohio State's ace Bucks will be "going home discour-
diver Mike Finnerman. Finnerman aged" and will have a tough time
appeared to be in close competition getting back up for the confer-
with Rydze for top honors but ence championships in two weeks.

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Gymnasts sweep to
40th straight victory

44

Special To The Daily}
BLOOMINGTON-In a triangu-
lar meet here yesterday, the
Michigan, gymnasts fought off
some adverse conditions to post
their 40th consecutive meet vic-
tory. By sweeping e v e r y event,
Michigan easily outdistanced both
Indiana and Northern Illinois,
posting a 163.65 total score. In-
diana was judged at 158.55 to take
runner-up honors while Northern
Illinois was third at 154.3.
After a lackluster performance
at Illinois Friday, Coach Newt
Loken was in better spirits about
the victory. "We're real proud of
them after an arduous weekend
of travel and two meets."
With the Big Ten champion-
ships only three weeks away, the
163.65 showing under those con-
ditions showed that the gymnasts
are striving to reach their peak
performance then.
Loken was especially pleased
with Ted Marti's performance in
the all-around competition. "He's
really coming around," Loken said.
"He usually has one off event but
last night he was consistent in
every one." Marti's winning score
was 53.1 while Rick McCurdy fol-
lowed with 52.85. Ray Gura round-
ed out the talented threesome
with 52.4.
The Wolverines scored well in
every event, posting a high in the
parallel bars with 27.8. Their low
event was the side horse where

they have had trouble all year.
,The 26.8 score sbowed. improve-
ment as Gura paced the gymnasts
at 9.2. Dick Kaziny added a 9.0.
In the horizontal bars event,
Michigan's consistency was illu-
strated as all three competitors.
posted fine scores. Ed Howard won
the event with a 9.35 showing
while both Marti and McCurdy
performed at a 9.25 clip.
Michigan also did well on the
parallel bars as Murray Plotkin
won a gymnastics event for the
first time. His 9.25 routine edged;
teammate Bill Hidgins who was
judged at 9.2,.
Scores
HOOPE PICKINGS
MICHIGAN 108, Minnesota 90
Ohio State 84, Northwestern 73
Purdue 87, Iowa 85
Indiana 88, Illinois 86
Michigan State 97, Wisconsin 78
Duke 101, Virginia 69
Memphis State 60, St. Louis 56
S. Illinois 104, N. Illinois 94
North Texas State 89, Bradley 76
Western Michigan 70, Kent State 65
Princeton 76, Harvard 74
Wake Forest 89, North Carolina St. 85
Marquette 77, Air Force 62
Detroit 80, Boston College 76
Mississippi 76, Georgia 72
Arizona State 95, Arizona 83
Dayton 92, DePaul 60
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Notre Dame 107, West Virginia 98
Jacksonville 124, Valdosta State 90
South Carolina 72, North Carolina 66
Pennsylvania 102, Dartmouth 75 M
Miami, Ohio 75, Marshall 74
Duquesne 104, St. Peter's 98
Kansas 85, Missouri 66
NBA
New York 108, Detroit 94
Atlanta 122, Baltimore 115
Cincinnati 120, Buffalo 94
NHL
Detrol 6, Buffalo 5
Toronto 3, St. Louis 1
Montreal 7, Chicago 1
New York 2, Pittsburgh 0

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