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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 21, 1973

Page Tens THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Rodney
Woods, scored on a 10-foot jumper
with 52 seconds left as Tennessee
edged Kentucky 65-64 yesterday in
a spinetingling Southeastern Con-
ference basketball game.
The victory gave Tennessee sole
possession of second place in the
conference title chase with a 4-1
record. Kentucky is now 3-2 in the
league and 8-5 overall.
Th e outcome was in doubt un-
til the final gun as Kentucky had!
the ball on out-of-bounds plays
three times in the last 15 sec-
conds and was unable to get off
a shot.
Larry Robinson sealed the Wild-
cats' fate when he grabbed an er-
rant pass with three seconds re-
maining and held the ball.
The triumph touched off a wild
celebration scene on the Vols' floor.
The game was nip-and-tuck all
the way and both teams ob-
viously were tight in the early
stages. There was one stretch of
more than five minutes when '
neither team scored.
Mike Edwards, gunning from
long range, podred in 22 points for
high scoring honors. He connected!
on 11 of 22 floor shots. Trailing him;
was Woods with 17 and John Snow
with 12,

Kentucky's leading scorer was
Jim Andrews, 6-11 pivot man,
who got 20 points, mostly on tip-
ins. He got nine of 10 from theI
floor and two for two at the free
throw line.
The only other Wildcat in double
figures was Kevin Greevey with
19.
19. * * *
Tarheels tear
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - John:
O'Donnell and Bobby Jones led
the way as fourth-ranked North
Carolina came from behind in the:
second half and went on to defeat
Duke 82-71 yesterday in an Atlantic
Coast Conference game.
A crowd of 8,800 saw the Tar
Heels score their ninth victory
in a row and run their over-all
record to 15-1. They are 3-0 in
the conference. Duke is 7-8 over-
all and 1-4 in the ACC.
The Tar Heels were out front
21-13 in the first half before DukeI
rallied behind Chris Redding to go
ahead 3433 and hold a 41-38 mar-
gin at the half.
North Carolina regained the
lead 43-42 in the second half on
a basket by Jones and stayed
out front the rest of the after-
noon. O'Donnell scored 20 points,
highest of his career. Jones got

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14 points and 21 rebounds.
Redding paced Duke with 27
points.
* * *
Irish run roughshod
SOUTH BEND - Notre Dame
raced to its fifth straight college
basketball victory yesterday with
a 94-58 romp over Dayton.
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The Irish pulled to an 11-point
halftime lead, 41-30, then poured it
on in the final period, building a
39-point lead with under six min-
utes to go.
During the first 11 minutes of
the second half, Notre Dame
scored 29 points while holding
Dayton to just eight.
Gary Brokaw led the Irish
with 20 points, while John Shu-
mate added 19 and Peter Crotty
and Gary Novak scored 15 apiece.
Dayton's high-scoring guard Dor
Smith, who was averaging almost
26 points a game, finished with just
six.
The Irish evened their season
record at 6-6, while Dayton fell tc
S-9.
* * *
Bobcats declawed
KALAMAZOO - Western Michi-
gan edged Ohio University 68-67
in a Mid-American Conference
game yesterday as forward Mike
Steele sank a jump shot with four
seconds left.
The victory, WMU's first in
MAC action, snapped a five-game
losing streak and tied the Broncos
and the Bobcats, preseason
league favorites, at 1-3.
Steele's winning basket came 17
seconds after Dave Ball put the
visitors ahead for the final time
with a five-foot jumper from the
baseline which twice hit the rim
before falling through.

Falon SBowling(
Falcons sor each hit 2(
KENT, Ohio - Bowling Green ers.
State University vaulted into sole
possession of second place in the
Mid-American Conference with a Fordha
67-64 basketball victory over Kent
State yesterday. NEW YO
Kent State held a sizeable edge in 46 point
'through most of the game, leading a 108-98 co
39-27 at halftime, and outscoring over St. P
Bowling Green from the field, 30 Charles
to 24.
rdpace
But Bowling Green stayed with- hordalftime l
in striking distance on 19 suc- hae .
cessful foul shots. Kent State ever, St.
was only 4-for-7 from the line. margin e
Bowling Green went ahead, 63-60, half effor
for the first time on Jeff Mont-
gomery's three-point play with 2:15 Anderson
left in the game, and the Falcons losers, no
held onto the edge for the victory. while Char
Kent State's Rick Gates and ward's 21
SIX IN A ROW:
Grapplers
t
By MIKE PRITULA 'just rising
Special to The Daily heavenly
BLOOMINGTON - The early- team fired
bird Michigan grapplers racked up ly in the m
their sixth straight win of the sea- turn them
son yesterday as they demolished Jim Bro
an outclassed Indiana team by a ed the ba]
35-9 score. The Hoosiers remain ed pins at
winless in the Big Ten by dropping spectively.
their fourth meet in a row. in the thi
Coach Rick Bay was happy with already m
his team's performance despite immediate
the many drawbacks the meet in- pin over
curred. through th
"I was especially pleased with This gav
the way we handled the overcon- lead that
fidence problem," said Bay, freshman.
whose team went into the con- ie to India
frontation rated as overwhelming a 1-0 score
favorites. "Even the early start- Bill Schi
'ing time didn't bother us." ior decisi
The meet began at 10 a.m., which was follow
usually is the time wrestlers are methodica

NORMAN, Okla.-Freshman cen-
ter Alvin Adams came off the
bench to score eight quick points
im flashes late in the game and give Okla-
homa its first commanding lead
IRK-Ken Charles poured as the Sooners downed Kansas
is in leading Fordham to State, 81-69, in Big Eight basket-
ollege basketball triumph ball yesterday. '
eter's N.J., yesterday. OU held the visitors scoreless
for the final 2:13 of the game,
d the Rams to a 53-37 but could score only four points
ead with 24 points. How- in the same period.
.Peter's narrowed the The lead see-sawed throughout
five early in the second the game, and the half closed with
ind the 24-paint second- OU ahead only 34-33. Adams' eight
rt of Harry Anderson- points in a three-minute period
td pushed the Sooners ahead 77-67
n was high scorer for the with 2:43 left. The victory was
w 5-10, with 37 points OU's first conference win after
rles' 46 and Frank Hey- two defeats. The loss dropped K-
led 10-4 Fordham. State to 1-1.

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Smith snaps pole vault mark;
Nelson ends football career
By The Associated Press
0 LOS ANGELES - Steve Smith, a student at Long Beach State,
shattered the world indoor record in the pole vault yesterday, soaring
17 feet 11 inches in the Sunkist Invitational Indoor Track Meet.
The 6-foot-1 Smith cleared the height on his second attempt. He
had cleared 17-82 to open the season last week and did 17-4 last
night in Philadelphia. The old indoor record was 17-101 set by
Kjell Isaaksson of Sweden two years ago.
* '4 *
* CLEVELAND - Cleveland Browns' Bill Nelson confirmed yes-
terday that he is retiring as a player and will be looking for a coach-
ing job.
Nelsen, who will be 32 Jan. 29, has been hampered by knee in-
juries for several seasons and was replaced as starting quarterback
by young Mike Phipps early last season. He helped coach Phipps the
rest of the National Football League campaign.
* * * *
COLUMBUS - Ohio State basketball Coach Fred Taylor was
reportedly in good condition and undergoing tests yesterday at River-
side Hospital, where he was admitted Friday after complaining of chest
pains.
Doctors said the 48-year-old Taylor had not suffered a heart at-
tack, although cause of the trouble has not yet been determined. He is
expected to remain hospitalized for several days.
* * *. *
0 POINT CLEAR, Ala. - Beginning in the 1973 football season,
a defensive back wishing to make a fair catch on a punt must raise
his arm over his head and wave it from one side to the other at least
one time.
And if he doesn't, his team will draw a 15-yard penalty.
That was one of 14 rule changes approved yesterday by the
Rules Committee of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

g out of some kind of
sleep. But Bay had h i s
dup and ready to go ear-
norning, and proceeded to
loose on the Hoosiers.
wn and Bill Davids start-
.1 rolling as they record-
t 118 and 126 pounds, re-
Brown's fall came late
rd period after he h a d
ounted a 12-2 lead. Davis
ly followed with his own
Jeff Angel midway
he second period.
ve the Wolverines a 12-0
was barely dented when
Jeff Guyton lost a tough-
na senior Bill Willetts by
uck chalked up a super-
on at 142 pounds which
wed by Jerry Hubbard's
l 7-1 win over Indiana's

Rick Thomas. Then it was captain
Mitch Mendrygal's turn to hoist
a Hoosier. He came back from a
4-2 deficit to gain a pin.
At this point the Wolverines
had built up an insurmountable
25-3 lead. Roger Ritzman, John
Ryan and former Ann A r b o r
Pioneer standout Dave Curby
added decisions over their oppon-
ents before the Wolverines gave
the Hoosiers their final three
points by forfeiting at heavy-
weight.
,"We had brought heavyweight
Gary Ernst along in case we need-
ed him in a close meet," chirped
Bay. "But as it turned out, w e
decided to give his injured knee a
rest."
Bay was also pleased with the
performance of sophomore Joh n
Ryan. The Detroit native b e a t
Hoosier Jim Clary, who is one of
the nation's better wrestlers at 177
pounds.
"Ryan kicked the hell out of
Clary," smirked Bay. "But I guess
John owed him something after he
lost to him in the Midlands Tour-
nament."
John King and Steve Bissell re-
corded wins over their opponents in
a pair of exhibition matches.
Freshman Bissell pined his foe
in an impressive performance in
which he controlled the match all
the way.
The Wolverines have yielded but
21 points in their last three out-
ings, but they run into some tough
competition next weekend. Mich-
igan wrestles Purdue on Friday
and Illinois on Saturday, both on
the road.
Bay's Boys batter
118: Jim Brown (M) pinned
John Hobbs (I), 6:53.
126: Bill Davids (M) pinned
Jeff Angel (I), 3:59.
134: Bill Willetts (I) decisioned
Jeff Guyton (M), 1-0.
142: Bill Schuck (M) decisioned
Marty Hey (I), 14-2.
150: Jerry Hubbard (M) decisioned
Rick Thomas (I), 7-1.
158: Mitch Mendrygal (M) pinned
Jerome Stewart (I), 5:52.
167: Roger Ritzman (M) decisioned
Dave Clark (I), 4-3.
177: John Ryan (M) decisioned
Jim Clary (I), 11-2.
190: Dave Curby (M) decisioned
Jim Main (I), 8-3.
Hvy: Forrest Gray (I) won
by forfeit.

II

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STEVE SMITH SETS a new
world record pole vault record
yesterday in Los Angeles. Smith,
a student at Long Beach State,
soared 17'11 at the Sunkist In-
vitational Track Meet to break
Kjell Isaakson's old mark of 17-
101/2.

AP Photo

115-38 'BREATHTAKER'
Freshmen suffocate Dearborn

By TOYN WITHEM
Outscoring their opponents 36-0
at the start of the second half,
the Michigan freshmen annihilated
a weak U-M Dearborn squad, 115-
38 yesterday. The Dearborn year-
lings were clearly outmanned, out-
classed, and just plain slaughter-
ed by the Baby Blue.
While the Wolverine attack
wasn't razor sharp, it certainly
was potent enough, making Dear-
born look like it was caught in a
log jam in the middle of the win-
ter.
Michigan raced to an open-
ing 18-4 lead before Dearborn
was barely out of the locker-
room. Led by fast-breaking Will
Burress and, Roger Wimphrey,
the untendered frosh built their
advantage to 49-23 at the inter-
mission.
Playing without a coach, the
men from Dearborn would have
been better off playing jacks at the
beginning of the second period.
It got so bad that the crowd be-
gan to cheer when they touched
that ever-elusive rim with a sky-
ward shot.
The Wolverines were gracious

enough to allow the Dearbornese
a basket with seven minutes left,
but only after the score had reach-
ed an almost unbelievable count
of 85-23.
Cameron Cheeks and Greg
Bailey led the Michigan on-
slaught that saw everybody from
both teams get into the dramatic
affair. The tension kept mount-
ing during the second half as to
whether Dearborn would break
the 30-point barrier. A between-
the-legs fallaway by Oscar Man-
ning went in with but 3:46 re-
maining and the nervous ten-

sion that had pervaded the are-
na was broken.
Cheeks was the high scorer with
14 points and Bailey added 12 to
lead Michigan, while Manning and
Zeke Nowak paced the balanced
Dearborn attack with six markers
apiece.
Marked by more turnovers than
McDonald's sells in a week, the
game was indeed sloppy. Assistant
coach Harry Hayward just laugh-
ed off the final score. "We didn't
want to play when THEY took the
floor. We had no idea that they
would be THAT bad."

Professional League Standings '

Montreal
N. Y. Rangers
Boston
Buffalo
Detroit
Toronto
vancouver
N. Y. Islanders
Chicago
Minnesota
Atlanta

NHL
East
w L1
28 61
29 13
28 11
24 14
21 17
15 23
13 28
5 37
West
25 17
21 17
20 20

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11
4
4
7
6
7
6
4
3
6
8

Pts
67
62
60
55
48
37
32
14

GF GA
184 1011
177 116
193 130
162 125
140 137j
140 150
133 202
90 215
166 136
140 125
125 130

Los Angeles 21 20 5 47 138 139
Philadelphia 19 20 6 44 151 155
Pittsburgh 18 22 6 42 155 152
St. Louis 16 21 8 40 125 148
California 8 25 11 27 127 185
Not including last night's results
Today's Games
Montreal at Atlanta
California at Boston
Minnesota at Detroit, day
Philadelphia at Buffalo
Pittsburgh at Chicago

TO ALL YOU STUDENTS WHO HAVE
GRIPED THIS YEAR ABOUT OUR
CONCERTS
SPEAKERS
HOMECOMING
ACTIVITIES IN GENERAL
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO DO

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