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aturday,'Jcanuary, 11., 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

~oturday, January 11, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wisconsin

torpedoes

Blue
By ED LANGE.
The Wisconsin Badgers jump-
ed out to a quick lead and never
relinquished it as they won a
close 66-57 swimming victory
over the Wolverine tankers last
night at Matt Mann pool. It
marks the second straight year
that Wisconsin has downed
Michigan in a Big Ten daal
meet. The loss also snapped
Michigan's three meet winning
streak.
It was a night of bitter dis-
appointment for Coach Tus
Stager and his swimmers as 'he
Wolverines copped unexpected
victories in the 1000 yard free-
style and the 100 yard freestyle
5-4

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but came up sadly lacking for by Craine and Black in the onej
depth in the stroke eventi, nor- meter, the Wolverines' chances
mally a Michigan strongpoint. for victory were brightenei.
MICHIGAN'S Norm Semchy- "WITH THOSE two events,
shenand Joe Bauer brought the we should have had the meet
crowd to its feet as Semchyshen won," commented Stager, "but
came from behind to nip team- we didn't do as well in the
mate Bauer and Wisconsin's events that we thought we
Jeff Evans to win the 1000 yard would do good in."
freestyle with a time of 9:516. The 200 yard and 50 yard
The Wolverines' stellar diver, freestyle events were won byl
Dick Quint missed the meet but Wisconsin's Brad Homer and
his teammate, Don Craine, Frit Warncke and the Badgers
turned in a splendid perfor~n- showed t h e i r great overall
ance on both the one and three depth by taking a third and sec-
meter boards, easily outdistanz- ond, respectively in the events.
ing his nearest competitors. The best Michigan could do was
Freshman Jim Black was a a seond by Cord Downe, who
pleasant surprise for divin g was nosed out by Horner in the
coach Dick Kimball as he came 200 and a third by senior Mark
through with a ,third place fin- Anderson in the O.
ish on the one meter, missing; The score stood at 26-22 for
second place by only three Wisconsin after these two events
pointsb y but Michigan's super swimmer,
The 1000 yard freestyle was ?Tom Szuba, staved off a quizk
an event that Michi- n did not finish for Michigan by snaring
expect to win but after tfe one- a first place with a time of
two finish by Semchyshen and 1:57.5 in the individual medley.
Bauer plus the one-three finish f MICHIGAN won the 200 yard

6-57
cost them dearly.
Gord Downie pulled out a
thriller in the 100 yard freestyle
and teammate Anderson took
a third.
The 500 yard freesty.e was an
event that Michigan had es-
pected to do well in and it was
crucial that they take a first
and second in it. The Wolver-
ines' top man in this category,
Gord Downie, gamoled in his
strategy and lost a heart break-
er to Wisconsin's Jeff Evans
after making a gallant charge
for first.
"I CHOSE the far lane be-
cause it was right next to Greg
Plummer (Wisconsin) because
he had not swam all night and
I figured he was rested and
I wanted to keep my eye on
him", explained Downie, I
lagged with him and when I
l oked over at Evans, he had
already made his move and was
fout in front. I tried to get him
but it was too late, I lost the
meet", he said.
The Wolverine's, however,
were not dead yet. Following
Pat Bauer's victory in the
breaststroke, they were only
a down by five, 58-53, heading into
the last event of the night, the
- 400 yard freestyle relay. Wis-
consin dashed the Wolverines
hopes for a last second victory
by winning in a time of 3:12.1.

Doily Photo by GORDON TUCKER

Tankers take off

leers

top

Huskies,

By FRED UPTON three goals that Tech scored in
Special To The Daily the first period.
HOUGHTON - The Michigan The Huskies took a quick 1-0
hockey team on the strength of lead when Bill Steele fed Stul
Angie Moretto's overtime goal Younger from behind the net in
whipped Michigan Tech, 5-4 the crease. It was an easy goal
last night. The win was the as Younger flipped it past Mich-
first for Michigan at Michigan igan goaltender Robbie Moore's
Tech since 1967 and pulled the left.
Wolverines into a fifth place tie Doug Lindskog knotted the
with the Huskies. game at one apiece when he
Michigan has now mastered blazed the puck in for a tally
Tech three out of three WCHA from the side of the crease.
contests, but bowed to them 3-2 Tech then jumpedreuteviith
over vacation in the Great a two goal spurt with goals
Lakes Invitational Tournament, from Peter R o b e r t s and
Michigan coach Dan Farrell George Lyle.
said afterwards, "It was a
good game to win. We were a Michigan then started =1aving
little more together tonight after its shaky first period.
though three mental mistakes Moore commented, "My defense
costs us three goals. It never was great. They really played
houlds hve go in er- well-wafter the first period that
shoud hae gne ito oer-is."
time."
Farrell was referring to the Moore shut out the Huskies
Overtime in Houghton

throughout the next period andf
Michigan tallied twice to t'e ata
two.
Moretto said, "I think it's the
best period we've played allE
year. We played together as a
team and not as individuals."
Both goals were scored whin
30 seconds of each other.

Winger Frank Werner -nd
Gary Morrison were credited
with the two goals.
Morrison slipped the Huck
past the fallen goaltender af-
ter Werner's shot hit the post.
The puck rebounded right to
1 SCO RES 11
NBA
Boston 103, Los Angeles 97
Buffalo 104, Cleveland 100
Philadelphia 102, Kansas City-
Omaha 94
Detroit 89, Milwaukee 81
Chicago 116, Atlanta 113
New Orleans 111, Houston 108
ABA
Denver 109, Virginia 106, OT
New York 112, San Diego 98
WHA
Chicago 5, Michigan 2
NHL
Pittsburgh 3, Atlanta 3, tie

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f Morrison who had a clear patlh that sent the game in over-
right in front of the net. time. In the game there werej
Michigan took the edge in a total of only five penalties.
carrying the puck in the third That penalty was a costly one
stanza due to Michigan Tech's for the Wolverines-too mny
poor passing and the Wolverines men on the ice-and it took
good forechecking. Tech but 12 seconds to tie.
.s dMoore made the initial save;
This forechecking paid cf: but the rebound stayed in theI
when David Debol slipped one crease for an easy score by
past the Huskie netminder. But Mike Zuke.
iRt seemed to fire up the Mich- The two teams face each
igan Tech team instead and other tonight and the Wolver-
they were off and running, forc~ ines have hopes for a two game
ing Moore into a couple of spec- sweep. Morretto said after-
tacular saves. M o o r e was wards, "I like playing Tech
named the third star f the because you've got to play hard
game for his efforts. the whole game. They're a good;
Michigan Tech tied the team to play and a good team
game on a power play goal to beat."
Kesi sparA
tour-ney pin

Billboard
ATTENTION golfers: A
meeting of the Michigan golf
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Jan. 15 at 4 p.m. at the Uni-
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Anyone interested in joining

backstroke as it was Szuba all
fthe way at 1:56.6, only tnree
tenths of a second off the pool
record. The Wolverines also
copped the 200 yard breaststroke
with Pat Baueer whipping the
Badgers' highly touted Austra-
lian, Paul Jarvie, in a time of
2:11.53 but the Blue was unable
to get any other places and it

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring
1. TECH - Younger (Steele, Mur-
ray), 6:18; 2. M - D. Lindskog
(Kardos, Hughes) 12:25; 3. TECH -
Roberts (Jensen, Ferguson) 15:17; 4.
TECH - Lyle (Lorimer, Ostlund)
19:27.
Penalties
1. TECH - Dempsey (1:33) trip-
ping; 2. TECH - Dempsey (8:47)
roughing; 3. M - Werner (16:34)
interference.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring
5. M - Werner (Moretto, T. Lind-
skog) 14:59; 6. M - Morrison (Wer-
STATE REIN

ner, Rob Palmer) 15:26.
Penalties
4. TECH - Dempsey (6:06) hold-,
ing.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring
7. M - Manery (Fox, Debol)
11:49; 8. TECH - Zuke (D'Alvise,
Lorimer) 15:17 pp.
Penalties
5. M - Morrison (15:05) too many
men on ice.
OVERTIME
Scoring
9. M - Moretto (T. Lindskog,
Werner) 4:34.

the temJrtesrn1esnsgnsila use ##MM
should attend.
* * *
LA CROSSROADS: All in- Michigan grapplers set.
terested stickmen should trot
over to Wines Field Building
(corner of Hill and Division) to battle Northwestern
on Tuesday, January 14 at o blowr
7:30 to find out about the
MICHIGAN LACROSSE CLUB.'yRYOHR
Despite a lackluster performance in the Midlands
tournament, the ,Michigan wrestlers marshalled their=
* ~ strength to trounce Rhode Island on Thursday.
Now, the bulk of the Big Ten dual-meet schedule cone
fronts the Wolverines, beginning with Northwestern tonight.
Against the Wildcats Michigan will attempt, to even
their Big Ten record at 1-1 after a pre-holiday protested
loss to MSU.
liMs Northwestern, not recognized as a national power,
nevertheless possesses talent in many places and indeed the
Wildcats win more often than they lose.
the rest of the pack. "They are always a very pesky, difficult team for us,
The Wolverine gymnasts fared comments Michigan coach Bill Johanneson adding that,
very well in the high bar event "we'll have to win at least four of the first five matches
as Bob Creek, Keeshin and Bob to win the meet."
Darden finished second, taird Johanneson's left-handed compliment to the Wildcats'
and fourth, respectively. Glenn heavier wrestlers is well deserved. Led by Dave Froehlich
Mime of Michigan State fin- (167) and Scott Klippert (177), who both qualiifed for the
'x --- NCAA tourney last year, the heavier Wildcats can live up
The finals of the Big Ten to their nickname.
Invitational will be carried The best match of the day should be at 142 lbs. Wol -.
live this afternoon at 2:30 on verine Bill Schuck will. square off against Andre Allen in . "
Cable 3 television. what could be a decisive match. Michigan's Jim Brown
(126) pursues his fourteenth straight triumph.
ished first.

By SCOTT LEWIS
T hi e Michigan gymnastics
team displayed many individual
bright spots in the compulsory
phase of t j- Big Ten Invita-
tional last night, placing at least
one man in the top five spots
of each event.

STA TED:

MSU

hosts

l hoopsters
low is. Michigan forward Way- game and let him make mis-
man Britt was a teammate of takes."
Furlow's on the 1971 Flint Nor- _

By ANDY GLAZER Hairston, they don't have any-:
For an eighth - place basket- one who can turn a game
ball team the Michigan State around single-handedly.
Spartans have gotten a lot of by lower percentage shooters.
headlines this year.
They haven't been earned on DON'T get the wrong idea,
the court, however. though. This year's edition of

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the fiesty farmers can shoot the
ball.

A WEEK AGO, ten Spartan
players - all black - walked
out of a team meeting because
of a disagreement with Coach
Gus Ganakas. Ganakas had an-
nounced that he planned to start
6-7 freshman Jeff Tropf at for-
ward against Indiana.
Several Spartans, including
star center Lindsay Hairston,
maintained that Tropf would not
be able to contain Indiana
star Steve Green, and said sen-
ior Tom McGill would be a bet-
ter choice.

Broadcast time for the Mich-
igan-Michigan State basketball
game is 4:00 on radio stations
WUOM, 91.7 FM, WAAM 1600
and WPAG 1050.

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Hairston may be enough of
an individual talent to keep the
Spartans in most of their games
this year. The 6-7 center led
the Big Ten in rebounding last
year and was a consensus
choice as the all-Big Ten center.
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thern State Championship team, STILL, the Wolverines must f
and Michigan assistant Bill face Michigan State in Jenison,
Frieder was their coach. which is rapidly gaining accept-
"I know he can get up," ance as one of the- NCAA's
says Britt, "But I'll stay in worse snakepits, and so the
front of him and deny him the job will not be easy.
ball." But native Michiganders Britt
At the other forward spot is and Johnson, who will both have
the center of all the controver- many friends and relatives in
sy, Jeff Tropf. No one questions the stands, agree a crowd like
Tropf's shooting ability, but his that can give a player "a little
forte is rebounding. Johnny more bounce, a little more
Robinson's number one job spunk."
will be keeping him off the At the same time, Britt feels
boards. the Wolverines are "set up too
well" to let the crowd affect
MICHIGAN STATE'S guards their play.
haven't particularly distin- "Against Indiana," explains
guished themselves this year. Britt, "we got out of our of-
Bill Glover is a returning start- fense and began beating our-
er but didn't score much last selves. At State, we'll play un-
season and has managed an der control, with eagerness."
average of only 8.7 points so far In other Big Ten games to-
this year. He gambles a lot on day, Iowa plays at Indiana,
defense, which is fine against Minnesota is at Ohio'State, Wis-E
weaker teams but gets MSU in consin travels to West Lafayette
trouble against the greater to meet Purdue and Northwest-
powers. ern is at Illinois.

Co-captain Bruce Keeshin
of Michigan highlighted this
first night of the two day
tournament as he assumed
first place in the all-around
competition going into today's
finals.
Keeshio, finishing with 46.45'
points, holds a slight lead over
Ray Gura, a former Wolverine
gymnast, who entered as an in-
dependent competitor. Gura fin-
ished with 44.40 points.
Rounding out the top five in
the all-around, Chuck Ewing of
Ohio State finished third with
33.20 points, followed by Jeff
Rudolph of Michigan State with
31.60 points and Dave Frigstad
of Indiana with 30.85 points.
Michigan coach Newt Loken
praised the performance. "I'm
real proud of Keeshin. He
was just tremendous," Loken
enthused.
In the floor exercises, Indiana
captured three of the top five
places with Steve Grogg hold-
ing first place. Keeshin present-
ly occupies fourth place.
Rupert Hansen of Michigan
had the top performance in the
pommel horse and Charles Ven-
tura, also of Michigan, placed
third. B o t h received much
praise from Loken for their per-
formances.
In the rings, Scott Ponto of
Michigan finished in second
place behind Jack Malmedahl
of Indiana. "Ponto was su-
perb in swinging into second
place," said the Michigan
coach.
Harley Danner and Kurt Gol-
den, both from Michigan, tied
for fifth in the rings.
In the vaulting, Richard Bi-
gras of Michigan captured first
place finishing well ahead of

In the parallel bars the Wol-
verines captured another first
place finish as Keeshin captured
the top spot.
The optional portion of the
competition takes place today
at 10:30 a.m.
Once the optionals are over,
the top four finishers will be
determined in each event. One
entrant from each team, cnasen
before the meet started, will
compete in the finals with the
top four finishers, to make a
total of eight participantsin the
finals, with at least one entrant
from each team.

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GANAKAS, stuck to his guns tar Lis year e nas averag
and all except Tropf walked ed 19.4 points and 10.0 re-
out. Ganakas suspended all bounds.
those who left, and then watch- Hairston is also a fine shot-
ed Indiana maul his patchwork blocker, and to add to Michi-
team of Tropf and JV players gan's woes he has always
107-55. played particularly well against'
After multiple public apolo- the Wolverines. In last year's:
gies, most of which were de- Michigan-MSU game at Ann Ar-
nials that the incident was ra- bor, he put on a one-man show,
cially motivated, Ganakas re- only to have his team beaten on
instated the ten in time for a last second shot by C. J. Ku-
them to edge a weak Ohio State pec.
team Monday night.
Today the Spartans take on KUPEC will guard Hairston
Michigan at Jennison Field- today, and will "front" him to
house, and though the walkout keep the Spartan captain from
will still be on everyone's mind, getting the ball.
things have settled down enough Most of Hairston's help at
to let basketball be the main both ends of the court should
attraction. come from junior forward Terry
Michigan State has been a bit Furlow. A varsity mainstay
more disciplined this year than since his freshman year, Fur-
it has been in recent memory. low has never really gotten the
The primary reason for this is recognition he deserves around
the graduation of two-time Big East Lansing. He's even been
Ten scoring champ Mike Rob- l booed there. But his opponents
inson. Without their biggest are well aware of his fine jump
scoring threat the Spartans shot and rebounding skills.
have been forced to work for Few opponents are better suit-

The other starter is Peter Da-
vis, a senior who likes to drive
and steal the ball but commits
too many errors trying to do
so.
Michigan's Joe Johnson, who
can make that type player look
foolish, says, "I'll just play my
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