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Minn.-Duluth rallies
for four late tallies

Holn's foul language
costs Hawke es win

Special To The Daily
DULUTH-Led by Tom Milani's
four goals, the Minnesota-Duluth
Bulldogs dealt a serious blow to
tthe Michigan hockey team's play-
off hopes here last night by scor-
ing four straight times in the
third period en route to a 9-5'
win in the first game of this do-or-
die series.
The game belonged completely
to thh B llda with Minhionn'.


to ine uimugs, wun i cunLIa ...a..- +
only threat coming early in the The Bulldogs started their on-
third period, when Pat Hughes slaught early, when Merv Kiryliuk
and Randy Trudeau each scored and Lyman Haakstad each banged
to bring the Wolverines back to home a rebound to give Duluth aj
within one, 5-4. But the threat had 2-0 advantage before four minutes
the steam taken out of it when had elapsed in the first period.
Duluth padded its lead with a goal Michigan came right back,
four minutes later, and then turned though, by shaking off its early
the game into a laugher with game lethargy and scoring a pair
three more tallies in less than two itself to tie the game. The Wol-
minutes later in the period. verines' first came at 6:05 of the
period, when Kris Manery finally
flipped a rebound past Bulldogv
goalie Jerome Mrazek after both
Tom Lindskog and Gary Kardos
had their shots kicked away. The:
Os P ur d second came a minute and a half
later"on Frank Werner's alert use
of a beautiful Pat Hughes pass
i keyda'sh from the corner.
n Key clash **Michigan appeared to have the
best of it at this point, but the
By JOHN KAHLER gutsy and very physical Bulldogs
Bill Frieder, the Michigan coach stayed tough and took the lead
in charge of inspirational signs, again on a power play goal at the
posted one this week in the Michi- 13 minute mark after Greg Fox
gan locker room that read, First on left the game with a hooking pen- BRUCE MEDD works out on the paral
the Second. To accomplish that alty. The period ended 3-2. case you were worried, rest assured I
goal, Wolverines will have to get Unfortunately, the Wolverines
some help from their despised did not play well at all in the mid-
country cousins, the Michigan die period, allowing as Duluth to GAGNON GLITTERS:
State Spartans. score twice, while not scoring at
MSU battles Purdue today in all themselves.
EasUt a e ws a is itho ui Hughes added some spark to the nib le rs t
TmlrEatLnigiwhtiwtta doubt, the most impottant Big Michigan attack at 2:48 of the I 1
Ten game going today. The Boiler- third period when he put on aa
splendid individual effort, skating
makers, 60 in the conference, face through the Duluth defense and By LEBA HERTZ Mich
a creampuff schedule, and this beating Mrazek. Things really be- Led by the versatile performance point
have a reasonable chance of los- gan to look up less than two min- of Jean Gagnon, the Michigan gym- Mich
in r bsutes later when Trudeau used nasts jumped to a commanding with
ig. some nice faking to score an un- lead over Illinois and Indiana in Me
The Spartans, -2 In conference assisted goal which boosted the yesterday's compulsories of the count
play, have been threatening to be- Wolverines to within one goal of "Mini-Big Ten." each
come a Big Ten contender. Awin Duluth. Going into today's optionals, the Bruc
would boost them toward that goal, But then came the Bulldog's bar- Wolverines led the three-way corn- e
while l.a loss would put them inbei
dee trouble A Purdue loss and rage. At 8:03, Ernie Powell scar- petition with 159.85 points. Illinoisbehi
a Michigan win would vault the ed to put Duluth up by two again. was second with 150.80 and Indiana Stev
Wolverines into a first place tie The score stood 6-4 for another was bringing up the rear with secon
with the Boilermakers. sevenminutes until Milani gained 150.65. Med
Purdue will base its hopes on its for good measure a minute and a For awhile it looked like the On
two big men, Frank Kendrick and for goteasure a m ined meet would only be a dual affair final
John Garrtt the !half later. Mike Newton finished ial
John Garrett, the pair that have the salvo 22 seconds later. since the Illini were delayed by in- diana
carried them to the heights they clement weather. As a result, the 26.20.
currently occupy. meet started 15 minutes late with dez
The Spartans will counter with over two events being performed simul- with
the hottest shooting team in the FIRST PERIOD taneously. JoeI
Big Ten, the long rebounding arms SCORING: 1. UMD-Kiryliuk (Haak-' Gagnon, who placed first in +the with
of Lindsay Hairston, and the home stad, McDonald) 1:21 PP; 2. UMD -- all-around competition, amassed In
court advantage of Jenison Field- Haakstad (Newton, Kirylluk) 3:36; s. 53.0 points, surpassing his career leda
house. At Lafayette, the Spartans .M -- Manery (Kardos, Lindskog) 4:45;
4. M - Werner (Hughes) 7:32; 5. UMD high of 52.9 which he set last week hadf
held an 18 point edge, only to wind -- Milani (Campe) 13:00 PP. against Minnesota. while
up losing the game by two. Both SECOND PERIOD
Gus Ganakas and Johnny Orr hope SCORING: 6. Milani (unassisted) The Wolverines outscored the Illino
the situation will be different this 2:59; 7. Kiryliuk (Haakstad) 8:35. Illini and the Hoosiers in five of On
time. SCORING D. MPHuhesI(T.OLind- the six events. Illinois edged Michi- verin
The remainder of the confer- skog) 2:48 PP; 9. M - Trudeau (unas- gan in the pommel horse by a 26.6 Rich
ence schedule lacks glamor. Indi- sisted) 4:13; 10. UMD - Powell (R. to 26.15 score for the only event Pierr
ana and Wisconsin should rout Jones) 8:03; 11. UMD - Milani (Cam- in which the 'M' gymnasts failed 9.05
Iowa and Minnesota, respectively, e 15:05; 12. UMD - Milani (Campe, t0 finish first. Michigan's Jerry andt
IowaandMinesoa, rspetivlyLangevin) 16:39 PP; 13. UMD -- New-lealscrsinteid
while Ohio State and Northwest- ton (McDonald, Haakstad) 17:10; 14. M Poynton led all scorers in the side On
ern prepare for their trips to Ann -- Kardos (Manery, Dufek) 19:01. horse with a 9.25 mark. led a
the inSAVES: 1 2 3 T I h lo xrie e os n
Arbor by battling each other in Moore(Mich) 15 10 12 37 In the floor exercise, Ken Gosse ing
Columbus. Mrazek 11 13 14 38 of Indiana and Bruce Medd of score

Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY-The Michigan mat
machine secured its claim on the
number one position in the wrestl-
ing world by overcoming Iowa 21-
16 before nearly 7000 disappointed
Hawkeye fans here last night.
But this was no cause for elation
in truth there are 10,000 forms of
defeat which would have been more
satisfying than this victory.
Iowa lost the match when Don
Holm, a surprise entry at 167-lbs.
against Wolverine John Ryan, was
disqualified at the end of the period
for using profanity. Ryan, who had
just put together his best two min-
utes; of the season was ahead 2-0
at the time but if the match con-
tinued there was little doubt but
that Holm would have turned it
"Ryan dominated that period,"
affirmed wrestling c o a 'c h Rick
Bay, "and I think he would have
done it." That's hard to believe.
Also hard to believe were the
subpar performances of Maize and
Blue mainstays Bill Davids, Rob
Huizenga and Dave Curby. All of
whom bit the dust and deserved to.
"They out wrestled us-no doubt
about it," the stern Bay admitted.
"It's a shame that a big meet like
this had to be decided that way.
"But I'll tell you this, that
referee made the guttiest decisian
I ever saw when he ejected Holm
in front of that hometown crowd."
Disappointed Hawkeye mentor
Gary Kurdelmier moaned that,
"The penalty was entirely out of
proportion with the offense. I agree
that things like this have no place
in wrestling, but I don't think it
was serious enough to warrant
"My guys hate Michigan wrestl-
ing style-the stalling tactics, and
putting in the legs. I can under-
stand how they could lose control
out on the mat."
In a way, Holm's ouster was a
fitting climax to the bizzare hap-
penings surrounding this match.
Following a week of inflamatory
publicity allegedly intended to
drum up the crowd-including di-
rect pressure on the referee exert-

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Dan Brink put everything he had ie IF Of9
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ply not enough to avert a loss by
superior decision. Rob Huizenga
wrestled his worst match of the
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who completely solved Huizenga's
normally baffling leg - wrestling
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ilel bars in yesterday's compulsaries of the mini Big Ten. In
that Michigan maintained a sizeable lead.

ackle compulsories

igan led all scorers with 8.8
s with J. P. Bouchard of
igan placing a close third!
an 8.75.
dd's score, however, did not
t because Loken alternates
week between Medd and
e Keeshin in the all-around.
d would have placed second
nd Gagnon with a 50.7, but
e Schutt of Indiana finished
nd with 49.15 as a result of
d's eliminationsand Keeshin
3with 48.05 points.
the rings, the Wolverines
[y outscored the powerful In-
a team by a 27.15 score to
. Gagnon and Landy Fernan-
of Indiana led all scorers
9.25 points with Michigan's
Neuenswander placing second
a score of 9.2.
vaulting, as usual, Michigan
all the way. The Wolverines
four men scoring 9.0 or better'
the best either Indiana ora
is could amass was an 8.95.
the parallel bars, the Wol-
nes garnered 27.25 points with;
Bigras scoring a 9.2 and'
re LeClerc and Gagnon scoring
and 9.0 in finishing second
third respectively.
the high bar, Gagnon again
all scorers with a 9.15 in lend-
to Michigan's leading 26.30'
e. ;

Commenting on last night's per-
formances, Loken modestly said,
"The compulsories were very en-
couraging. In another month, we'll
be ready for Iowa and the Big Ten.
Today's optionals start at 1 p.m.
and if the Wolverines continue to
perform as they did last night, the
Michigan gymnasts will have an-
other victory on its record.

Refs bounce Lanier,
but Pistons top Knik s

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Dave Bing led the#
balanced Detroit scoring with 18
points and the Pistons overcame
the loss of star center Bob Lanier
in the third quarter last night to
defeat the New York Knicks 96-91
in a National Basketball Associa-
tion game.
The.loss ended the Knicks' four-
game winning streak and marred
Dave DeBusschere's farewell ap-
pearance as an NBA player in his
home town.
It was the Pistons' seventh vic-
tory in their last eight games, and
their 23rd against just eight losses
since Dec. 1.




6/ /7


Michigan concludes the first half of its rig-
orous 14-game Big Ten season this afternoon
against Illinois in a ballgame Coach John Orr
terms a "must win" for his title-hungry Wol-
By drubbing "The Fighting Illini" today in
Champaign's Assembly Hall, Michigan would
remain in the thick of the conference race at
6-1 and also equal its victory total of a year ago
when the Wolverines went 6-8 in league play.
ILLINOIS HAS NOT been playing good ball
lately, suffering from a confidence problem and
a general lack of enthusiasm. But Orr doesn't
view the encounter against Harv Schmidt's
ballclub as a breather.
"Oh, no" winced Orr. "Especially not down
there." Michigan's coach conceded his ball-
players possibly took Iowa too lightly last
Saturday, contributing to the Wolverines' gen-
erally sloppy play and narrow escape in Iowa
City. The Orrmen will not be complacent again
today, promises their chief.
If Illinois suffers from an inferiority complex,
their feelings are not totally unfounded. The
4-10 Illini enter today's game deep in the throes
of a losing streak, with Michigan looming as
their seventh consecutive conqueror.
Senior guard Jeff Dawson and junior forward
Rick Schmidt offer impressive scoring creden-
tials, for Illinois (18.6 and 20.6, respectively),
but the Illini are basically a two-man team.
Michigan's coaches geared Thursday's practice
session to familiarizing their charges with
Dawson and Schmidt's offensive tendencies, and
the Wolverine players facilely assimilated the
THROUGH FIVE BIG TEN games, Illinois'

Illinois' rebounding figures also tell an anemic
tale. Schmidt and Rucks "haul" down but six
caroms per game apiece, while Farnham adds
five more. Overall, the Illini have been beaten
off the hoards by a 47-38 average this year.
Today's ballgame features Michigan's team
concept of basketball against Illinois' one-two
punch of Schmidt and Dawson. Although Campy
Russell paces the Big Ten in scoring (22.6 ppg),
the Wolverines certainly do not live or die
with their star performer. (Michigan beat
Indiana and Michigan State with Russell out
on fouls.)
All five starters make important contributions
to the Wolverine effort. Center C. J. Kupec, who
with Russell form a potent rebounding combo,
collects kudos game after game for playing
some of the Big Ten's toughest defense.
Joe Johnson, Steve Grote and Wayman Britt,
none taller than 6-2, give Michigan an extremely
mobile and flexible lineup. With Kupec, a
natural forward, playing center, and the ver-
satile Russell employed at forward, the Wol-
verines field the fastest, quickest lineup in the
Back in early January Orr was forthrightly
asked "Who's going to win the Big Ten?"
"Come back in February and I'll tell you"
laughed Johnny at the time.
WELL, IT'S FEBRUARY now, but Orr still
won't commit himself. When reminded of his
prognosticatory pledge, Orr hedged. "I said
come back in February and I'd tell you who the
contenders are" joked Orr. "And you can look
at the standings and figure that out for your-
Aw, come on, coach. You said you'd tell who's

Lanier was tossed out by referee
Mark Schlafman with the third
period less than two minutes old
for protesting a foul call too ve-
hemently, but the Pistons resorted{
to a balanced attack to win.
Eight of nine men hit in double
figures for Detroit.
The Pistons, leading 82-76 going
into the final period, saw their
lead twice cut to two points, 'md
with two minutes left had a three-
point edge, before Bing eased the
pressure by sinking four foul shots
in the final minute.
DeBusschere, a f o r m e r high
school, college and pro star in'
Detroit, collected16dpoints to share
New York scoring honors with Earl
Monroe. DeBus-schere will retire at
the end of the season and become
general manager of the New York
Nets of the American Basketball
In exciting track action tonight
in South Bend, Indiana, the
Michigan thinclads trampled
Bowling Green and Notre Dame.
The final score was Michigan
67, Bowling Green 51, Notre
Dame 44.
John Mengelt added 13 points
and Chris Ford and Stu Lantz had
12 each for the Pistons.
* * *
Bulls bust on
CHICAGO - Jerry Sloan, hitting
from long range, put an end to a
final Kansas City-Omaha rally with
four baskets in the final minutes
to send the Chicago Bulls to a
99-88 triumph over the Kings last
night in a National Basketball As-
sociation contest.
The Bulls moved to a 69-56 lead
midway in the third quarter before
the Kings caught fire and out-
scored Chicago 14-2 in a seven-
minute flurry.
IRon Behaben pitched' in with
nine points during the rally.

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