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Sunday, January 28, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, January 28, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Special To The Daily
C H A M P A I G N - Michi-
gan's wrestling team is slipping.
Friday night, the Blue grapplers
trounced Purdue's meek Boiler-
makers 39-2. Yesterday afternoon,
Rick -Bay's boys let up a bit,
downing the pacific Illini 39-3.
"We thought we wrestled
much better than we did against
Purdue" offered Assistant Coach
Bill Johanneson. "We made few-
er mistakes and wrestled more
aggressively."
Jimmy Blanks developed an in-
feriority complex this weekend.
His draw against Purdue prevent-
ed a clean sweep for the Wolver-
FRIENDLY MOUNTAINEERS
West Virginia hosted Air Force,
California, and Nebraska in the
Mountaineer Invitational in De-
cember, 1972.

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an grapplers
ines in that meet. Less than 18 his 142-pound opponent c
hours later, the 126-pound senior seconds from the second
dropped a 5-4 decision to Illinois' final horn. The injury -
Bob Mayer, once again frustrat- Ritzman polished off Illin
ing the shutout. pounder after 57 seconds
All was not gloom for the Wol- third period.
verine ,wrestlers, however. Michi- Aside from the pinners,
gan recorded four pins in yester- neson singled out two oth
day's affair, including the second torious Wolverines for pa
straight win - by - fall for heavy- praise.
weight Gary Ernst. Ernst flatten- "Dave Curbv wrestled
ed Gerry Greishaber 1:27 into the the better guys in the con
middle period, 55 seconds sooner in the 190-pound class am
than his effort the night before. related Johanneson. The A
Jim Brown started Michigan off bor Pioneer product dec
fast when he pinned the Illini's Palmer Glass by the narro
Doug Kuehl in the meet's opening margins, 3-2.
event. The 118 pounder from Ak- Jeff Guvton defeated An
ron flattened his foe at the 3:36 saglia who, according to
mark, providing Michigan with gan's assistant coach, "ha
a quick 6-0 lead. very well in the conferen
Later, Bill Schuck pinned Bruce year." The final tally was
Beam and Roger Ritzman laid out Michigan's two defendi
Craig Klass. Schuck's success over Ten champions posted victi

ame 13
canto's
riddled
ois' 167
of the
Johan-
her vic-
rticular
one of
ference
1d won"
Ann Ar-
cisioned
west of
dy Pas-
Michi-
ad done
ce this
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ng Big
ories at

rangle
the 150 and 158 pound divisions.
Jerry Hubbard downed Randy Su-
laver 7-3, while Mitch Mendrygal
sent Chris Skisak reeling 4-1.
John Ryan followed his superior
decision on Friday night with a
4-0 whitewashing of Bob Vercruy-
see. It was the third strong outing
in a row for Detroit's Catholic
Central alum.
Now that the trivial matches
are over, Michigan sets its sights
on the future.
"We're looking forward to next
week, when we take on two of the
tougher opponents in the confer-
ence" commented Johanneson.
Friday night the Wolverines
wrestle Big Ten title contender
Iowa. A matinee affair follows
against the always tough Minne-
sota Gophers after the Michigan-
Illinois basketball game on Sat-
urday.

Purdue

Jim Brown

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Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS -- When Newt
Loken warned the Michigan gym-
nasts earlier this week that Min-
nesota would be tough to beat he
wasn't kidding. The Wolverines
saw their unbeaten season dashed
to pieces yesterday when they
were trounced by the Gophers,
161.65-158.15.
The meet was close after one
event, the floor exercise, but
Michigan fell apart on the side
horse scoring only 23.70 to Min-
nesota's 26.15.
Grid ticket
prices rise
ANN ARBOR (P) - Fans will bej
paying a dollar more for a seat at
Michigan, Michigan State and oth-
er Big Ten football games this
season, school officials have said,
and there will be an additional
1,500 seats at the U-M stadium to
sell.
Michigan Athletic Director Don
Canham said, "Price increases
were approved for all Big Ten
schools at the Big Ten confer-
ence meetings in December," but
said the decision was not re-
leased because, "they had to be
approved by the athletic boards
at the member schools."
The U-M price hike was ap-
proved Jan. 10, Canham said.
Burt Smith, MSU's athletic direc-
tor, said his school approved the
increase Jan. 15.
Seats at U-M's 101,001-seat sta-
dium have been rearranged, Can-
ham said, creating 1,500 new mon-
ey makers.
The average price at both
schools will jump from $6 to $7.
Michigan raised its base price'
from $5 to $6 in 1967, and Can-
ham estimated the latest increase
will bring in an additional $400,000
a year.
Michigan Stadium was the big-
gest college-owned stadium in'
the nation even before the new
seats were added.
Although all tickets at the 76,-
000-seat Spartan stadium cost the
same, same U-M seats will be sell-
ing for $9 this season, Canham
said.
Canham also said plans to in-
stall light towers at the U-M sta-
dium have been all but abandon-
ed because the estimated cost,
$600,000 is too much.

"That really hurt us," Loken
commented, "When you're down
by that many points it's kind of
hard to come back."
The Wolverines came up with
several brilliant individual per-
formances but were hampered
somewhat by the absence of all-
around man Bruce Keeshin who
was left home for illness reasons.
Monty Falb once again showed
why he is one of the top ringmen
in the country, as he recorded a
spectacular 9.45 in his specialty.
That score was the top one of the
night for either squad.
Senior co - captain Ray Gura
turned in some sterling exercises
coming off his recent foot injury.
Gura notched a great 9.2 in the
floor exercise, a 9.1 in the vault-
ing, and an 8.8 on the otherwise
disastrous side horse.
While the Gophers' Bill Kerch-
ner scored a fine 9.3 on the high
bar, Michigan's red-haired fresh-
man sensation Bob Darden contin-
ued his acrobatics with a solid 9.2
mark.
Another pleasant treat for
Michigan was a 9.2 performance
on the parallel bars by Bob John-
son, who had not been effective
before yesterday.
Although disappointed with the
outcome of the meet, Loken was
not discouraged.
"We were beaten by a better
team today," he said. "With Kee.
shin out we had to juggle the line-
up a little bit. We'll be after them
at the Big Ten's".
NHL Standings

Montreal
N. Y. Rangers
Boston
Buffalo
Detroit
Toronto
Vancouver
N. Y. Islanders

East
w L T
31 6 11
31 13 4
29 14 4
25 16 7
23 19 7
16 24 7
14 29 7
6 40 4
W~est

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6
6
5
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3
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3 199
6 185
52 202
7 172
3 155
9 148
35 144
6 101
7 181
2 155
19 168
19 153
9 132
6 169
5 138
04 136
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GA
107
121
143
135
150
157
210
232
145
141
171
160
141
169
155
201

Chicago 26 17 5 5
Minnesota 22 18 8 5
Philadelphia 21 21 7 4
Los Angeles 21 22 7 41
Atlanta 20 22 9 4
Pittsburgh 20 24 6 4
St. Louis 18 21 9 4
California 9 27 12 31
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Toronto at New York Rangers
Los Angeles at Boston
Atlanta at Buffalo
Minnesota at Chicago
California at Philadelphia
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