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Saturday, February 10, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

page beven

Saturday, February 10, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY page Seven

Matmen,

tankers

brace

for

crucial

tests

'W'mat machine oiled
for invading Spartans,
By RICHARD FLAHERTY
Today is the day of reasoning
for the Maize and Blue grapplersy
who will take on undefeated Mich-
igan State in what seems to be
the deciding match for the Big Ten sp orts
dual meet title.
After winning their last two NIGHT EDITOR:
meets; against Iowa and Minnesota,NIH EDTR
the undefeated Wolverines narrow- BOB McGINN
ed the list of contenders in the
race down to the infamous Spar-
tans. his 9-0 record for any lack of peace
Michigan Coach Rick Bay re- of mind he may be suffering from!
oiced at the thought of now only this decision.
having to worry about a single
onnonent. The former Big Ten TEAM CAPTAIN Mitch Mendy-
champion has sourred his team to gal can also be termed "the cream3
ten victories in dual conference of the crop" as he isbacked by,
mtches. Assistant Coach Billy an outstanding 9-1record.
Johannesen is also a deciding fac- Of course Michigan's success h:.s
tor in this recordand both men been due to an effort by the entire'
are highly regarded by each mem- team. The remaining lineup in-7
ber of the team. chides Bill Davids at 126 pounds
MatL.neand six wins, Jeff Guyton at 134
ineups and four wins, Bill Schuck at
1-Jim Brown (M) vs. Randy 1142 and six wins, Roger Ritzman at!
Miller (MSU) 167 and three wins, John Ryan .t
126-Bill Davids (M) vs. Jim 177 and six wins and Dave Curby;
Bissell (MS) vat 190 with eight wins.

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Duluth
By JOEL GREER[
The Michigan hockey squad suf-
ered through two minutes of whatj
most teams would call eternal bliss
last night by failing to get a single
shot on goal while having a two-I
man advantage. Trailing at the BASK
time by only one goal, the Wol- SWIM
verines had their big chance to WRE;
turn the game-and perhaps the GYM]
season-completely around. HOCK
As usual, Michigan failed to TRAC
meet the challenge and subse-
quently went on to lose their sev- i advantag
enth straight game, 7-5, to the they win
Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. games, +
The Wolverines did have dim points, a
hopes of catching Duluth, which to surpas
occupies the eighth and final play- It is n
off position, but after the defeat it finishing
would take a near miracle for the Wolverine
Wolverines to be involved in any almost c
post season action. hockey tit
Michigan, now 3-19 in the other tur
league, has only eight points in seniors -
the standings while Duluth, at Jarry, an
10-11, has 22, good for a 14 point lost to gr
(, 9Jarry r
'Do g'-gone Icers ;one
. Oggiggyg pointedl o
FIRST PERIOD .he had t
SCORING:F1.M- Falconer (Moretto, to tie th
Kardos) 1:50; 2. D - Fearing (O'Brien, ond per
Lence) 2:49; 3. D - Ness (Heaslip, Bou- With Duly
tette) 3:53; 4. M - Werner (Mallette, set up a
Cullen) 13:00. Bulldog
SECOND PERIOD zek, but
SCORING: 5. D-Milani .(Hunt, Bou- just wide
tette) 14:40.
THIRD PERIOD "We jI
SCORING: 6. D - Hunt (Boutette, takes,"
Trachsel) PP 0:42; 7. M - Trudeau tor Al I
(Fox, Kardos) 2:04; 8. D - Heaslip
(Ness) 9:37; 9. D - Trachsel (Campe) Michigan
10:27; 10. M - Jarry (Mallette, Werner) So it in
16:15; 11. M - Lindskog (Kardos, Cul- season, E
len) 17:08; 12. D - Langevin (Bou- before tl
tette) 19:53.
SCORE BY PERIOD verines

freezes
'his Weekend in Sports
WINTER SPORTS DAY
ETBALL-MSU, at Crisler.Arena, 2 p.m.
[MING-Indiana, at Matt Mann Pool, 4 p.m.
STLING-MSU, at Crisler Arena, 7:30 p.m.
NASTICS-Oklahoma, at Crisler Arena, 4 p.m.
EY-Minnesota-Duluth, at Coliseum, 8 p.m.
K-MSU Relays, at East Lansing

dekers
only the many penalties (24 in
all) slowing the tempo.
After Bulldog Chuck Ness and
Wolverine Frank Werner traded
goals, Tom Milani put the Bull-
dogs on top for good with his
19th goal of the season.
Taking a pass just over the
Michigan blue line, Milani circled
around Ashworth as if the Wol-
verine forward was standing still
and blasted a shot past the sur-
prised Moore.

Powerladen Hoosiers
favored over Blue
By CHUCK BLOOM Though the Wolverines will prob-
When the nationally ranked In- ably fall by as many as 25 points,
diana swim team invades Matt a close score certainly will be a
Mann Pool today at 4 p.m. to great and deserved moral victory
square off with the also nationally for the Maize and Blue.
ranked Michigan swim team, fans Part of the rise of Michigan
will naturally expect fireworks swimming is directly attributable
galore, to Michigan coach Gus Stager.; He
g Butdespite all those fireworks, has done wonders for the Michigan
Michigan stands little chance (if tankers. Stager has taken good
upsetting the mighty Hoosiers. The high school swimmers and con-
Hoosiers, who have, in the words tinued their improvement. And un-
of their coach James "Doc" Coun- like some, Counsilman for in-
silman their best team ever, and stance, he doesn't have unlimited
though the Wolverines are strong financial resources with which to
and improved, they don't have the work. Consequently, he must find
material to topple the Hoosiers coachable swimmers and then
from the heights of swimming su- coach them. Doc has so much
premacy. talent at Indiana that his coaching
Led by Gary Hall, Mike obligations are greatly reduced
Stamm, John Kinsella, John while Stager's are not.
Murphy, and Fred Tyler the His success can be seen in the
Hoosiers are simply dripping success of his charges. For ex-
with talent. They hold faster ample there is Dan Fishburn. A
times than the Wolverines in all fair schoolboy tanker, Fishburn
but two events-the 50 freestyle has, through hard work and con-
and the 100 and 200 breaststroke. stant training under Stager's

134-Jeff Guyton (M) vs. Con-
rad Calander (MSU)
142-Rill Srhnck (M) vs. Tom
Milkovich (MSU)
150-Jerry Hubbard (ML) vs.
Steve Rodrignz (MSU)
158-Mitch Mendrygal (M) vs.
Rick Greene (MSU)
167-Rosier Ritiman (M) ivs.
Br'ae Zindel (MSU)
177--John Ryan (M) vs. Jeff
Ziadel (MSU)
190-Dave Crby (M) vs. Scott
Wickard (MSU)
Hvy. - Gary Ernst (M) vs.
Larry Avery (MSU)
The first dual match of the sea-'
son appeared to be a premonition:
of the team's potential with anI
outstanding 32-3 margin over
Pittsburgh. However, the margin
was narrowed the following week-
end when the Wolverines only pull-i
ed out a 19-13 victory against Ohio
University.
A 31-6 win against Penn State,
which happened to be undefeated
in six straight seasons, gave the
team the necessary momentum to
literally smother the seasons of
Ohio State, Northwestern, Indiana,
Purdue and Illinois with the re-
spective scoring of 31-6, 22-12, 35-9,
39-2 and 39-3.
UNTIL L A S T weekend, the
team's mind was, if not conscious-
ly, then unconsciously, on Iowa and
Minnesota, which along with Mich-
igan and Moo U. comprised the
four-way fight for the title.
Michigan barely slipped by Iowa
18-17, and then eased by Minne-
sota 20-12, thus crushing the Hawk-
eyes' and Gophers' hopes of claim-'
ing the crown.
Now, with today's imoending
match, one must look at the Wcl-
verines individually. The team
boasts the prowess of four Big Ten .
Conference leaders. Jerry Hubbard
hugs a 10-0 record in dual meets '
this season in the 150-pound class
and was selected to represent the
East in the East-West All Star
Meet.
This honor was also bestowed
on 118-pounder Jim Brown who
claims an impressive 8-1 mark, a
great aid to the team's effort.
Heavyweight Gary Ernst actually
turned down the chance to wrestle
in the All Star meet in prepara-
tion for the match with MSU. What.
more can be said of this unselfish
sacrifice for the team?
Nevertheless, Ernst can rely on
NBA Standings

MICHIGAN STATE'S lineup is
similarly balanced but there are
some noticeable standouts in Tom
Milkovich and Rick Greene.
Milkovich, a senior in the 142
pound slot, is a NCAA champion,
a two-time Midlands chamo ind
a three-time winner of the Big Ten
crown. He has only lost one match
in the last two years. MSU Coach
Grady Peninger asserts, "If there
is a better wrestler in the country,
I've got to see him first."
Teammate Rick Greene at the
158 pound position is thought to be
a future NCAA champion. Now
only a sophomore, Greene camne
to State last winter from Temple
University. His move appears to
have been a great asset to the
Spartan team.
The match will be held in Crisler
Arena today at 4:00 p.m.

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:e. The Wolverines, if
their remaining seven
can only finish with 26
total Duluth is surely
sS.
ow simply a matter of
out the season for the
squad which will be
completely intact when
me comes around for an-
n next fall. Only three
- Rick Mallette, Michel
d Roy Ashworth-will be
aduation.
must be the most disap-
f all the Wolverines as
he only real opportunity
e score during that sec-
od two-man advantage.
th leading 3-2, Jarry was
ll alone to the right of
goaltender Jerome Mra-
his quick shot whistled
to the left.
ust make too many mis-
confessed Michigan men-
Renfrew in the troubled
locker room.
may take the rest of this
and a hard training camp
he next, before the Wol-
can play the brand of
they are indeed capable
'olverines surprised the
iseum crowd, grabbing a
lead after only 95 seconds
Bob Falconer took a pass
hman Angie Muretto and

drilled a slap shot past Mrazek Duluth's biggest lead of the game
from 20 feet out. came at 10:27 of the final period
The lead was going to be a when Pokey Trachsel skated the
shortlived one as Duluth's wide-: length of the ice to beat Moore
open style of play paid off less while both teams played two men
than two minutes later. short.
A long pass from Mike Lence Michigan came back within one
to Dennis Fearling caught the Wol- on a pair of goals by Jarry and
verines with only one defender Tom Lindskog, but when Renfrew
back,'and goaltender Robbie Moore pulled Moore for an extra attacker
easily became Fearling's victim. in the final minute, Dave Langevin
From then on the game turn- smothered the strategy attempt
ed into a free skating affair with with an empty net goal at 19:53.

MICHIGAN
Minnesota-Duluth
GOALIE SAVES

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12 3
2 1 4

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1 2 3
Moore 15 11 5 31,
Mrazek 14 14 6 34
OFFICIALS: Medo Martinello & Jim
Duffy
ATTENDANCE: 2400

hockey t
of.
The W
small Col
quick 1-0d
of play.
JuniorI
from fres

watchful eye, developed into a
fi"e distance freestyler. Stager's
effort naid off for Fishburn last
year when he gained a sixth
mlace firich in the grueling 1650
freestyle in the Big Ten Cham-.
pionshi s.
The key to the Wolverine success"
this veer has been their depth.
This denth has been provided for
the most nart by two Dearborn
freshmen-Paul Foster and Tom
S'mba. Foster is a backstroker who
{laced in the ton 15 in the=U.S.
Olynic Trials. Today. Foster will
see extra dirty in the 1000 freestyle.
Bt the main man for the Wol-
verines has been Tom Szuba. His
tremendous versatility has allowed
Stager, to maneuver other swim-
mers into needed areas. Szuba's
snecialty, the 400 individual med-
ley not ordinarily swum in dual
meets, will be on the card today.
His onponent will be Olympic
ace Hall, who is the national
champion. Much talk has cen-
tered around the Szuba-Hall con-
frontation, but today is not the
race that will matter. The NCAA
championship in Tennessee is the
real battleground.
Michigan's strength is, of course,
not limited to Szuba alone. In the
breaststroke a 1-2-3 Michigan finish
is quite likely. Stu Isaac, Pat
I Bauer, and Canadian Olympian
Mike Whitaker are three of the
best breaststrokers in the confer-
ence. The sprint events look good
for Michigan as Ray McCullough
and Jose Aranha have 'been per-
forming well.
Diving also has been a pleas-
ant surprise with Joe Crawford,
Dick Quint, and Steve Schenthal
giving the Wolverines much need-
ed dual meet points.

BUCKS MAUL LAKERS:
Hot Pistons clip Celts

Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - The Detroit Pistons,
sparked by Bob Lanier and Dave
Bing, posted their sixth consecutive
victory last night, defeating theI
Boston Celtics 104-95 in a National
Basketball Association upset.
Lanier kept the Pistons in con-
tention in the first half and Bing
took charge after the intermission
as the Pistons defeated the Celtics
for the first time since 1971 and

Buffalo Braves last night.
Chenier and Clark combined for
1M= points in the third quarter as
the Bullets expanded a three-point
lead at the half to 16 at the end3
of the third quarter.
Buffalo crept to within seven
points in the fourth quarter at
91-84, but ,Wes Unseld and Archie
Clark scored baskets to put the
game out of reach.
* * *

career.
Lou Angotti broke the scoring ice
for the Black Hawks in the second
period and Stan Mikita added a
goal to Hull's pair to hand the
Flames their fourth straight loss.

" " MINNESOTA-DULUTH goalten-
der Jerome Mrazek moves into
Surprising Qua
the classic goalie's pose as he
" " attempts to thwart a Michigan
scoring thrust last night. Either
Wolverine wing Gary Kardos

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extended their longest winning , .i
streak in two years. Loves afire

a

Lanier scored 27 points, includ- CLEVELAND-Hot shooting Bob
ing 19 in the first half,- while Bing Love scored 44 points to pace the
hit for 22, all but six in the second Chicago Bulls to a 103-97 National
half, when Detroit pulled away. Basketball Association victory over
The Pistons led 32-24 after one the Cleveland Cavaliers last night.
period, but the Celtics inched in It was the third straight 40-
front 54-53 at halftime. point-plus performance for the 6-
Detroit went ahead 64-63 early foot-8 forward.
in the third period and then took Led by Austin Carr's 26 points,
a commanding lead as Bing hit for Cleveland was on top 50-47 at half-
two field goals and a pair of free time and trailed by only two points,
throws and Lanier added two 77-75, after the third quarter.
baskets without Boston scoring. But a basket and four straight
* * * free throws by Love gave Chicago
Lakers swamped a 96-91 lead with 2:51 left. The
MILWAUKEE - Bob Dandridge Bulls widened the margin to 99-91
fired in 10 of his 22 points in the and held off the Cavaliers final
third period as the Milwaukee challenge.
** *
Bucks broke open a tight National
Basketball Association game and Flames flicker
whipped the Los Angeles Lakers ATLANTA -Dennis Hull scored
109-88 last night. two goals in the final period as the
The defending champion Lakers, Chicago Black Hawks wiped out a
who dropped their second consecu- Chcgo lc ak ie u
tiv dgamedafther12 straidghtvic- 3-0 deficit and defeated the Atlanta
tive game after 12 straight vic- Flames 4-3 in a National Hockey
tories, lost star guard Jerry West League game last night.
with a pulled hamstring muscle Atlanta had built a tfree-goal
eJim McMillian led the Lakers advantage in the first two periods
with 28p t n i v on scores by Keith McCreary, Leon
bathe2s points, including five Rochefort and Bobby Leiter. It
baskets in a row as Los Angeles was McCreary's 100th goal of his
opened up a one-point lead with
7:53 left in the third quarter.
Butt then the Bucks exploded to
outscore the Lakers 20-6, with Jane Fonda in
rookie Mickey Davis pouring in
the last five points of the spurt,
as they widened a 62-60 lead to
82-66. KLUTE
* * *
Braves buffaloed
BUFFALO - Archie Clark and
Phil Chenier helped the Baltimore
Ballets open up a 19-point lead in'
the third quarter and the Bullets
held on for a 101-95 National Bas-
ketball Association, victory over the

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
North Carolina State 68, Clemson 61
Penn 74, Columbia 59
N. Carolina 107, Georgia Tech 72
Harvard 89, Yale 86
De Paul 89, Villanova 80
Brigham Young 67, 'Wyoming 54
NBA
Detroit 104, Boston 95
Chicago 103, Cleveland 97
Baltimore101, Buffalo 95
Milwaukee 109, Los Angeles 88
Kansas City-Omaha 121, Houston 116
NHL
Chicago 4, Atlanta 3
WCHA
Wisconsin 5, MSU 2
STATE HIGH SCHOOL
Ann Arbor Pioneer 60, Kalamazoo
Cent. 41

NEW YORK (A)-Jerry Quarry hurt Ron Lyle with ripping punches
to the head and body and pounded out an impressive unanimous:
decision in a 12-round heavyweight fight last night at Madison Square
Garden, shattering Lyle's unbeaten record.
Lyle, who turned to boxing after serving 7% years in prison for
second-degree murder, went into the fight with a 19-0 record that
included 17 knockouts, but he was no match for Quarry.
About midway in the first round Quarry missed with a left hook
'ut suddenly flashed a right hand to the head that buckled Lyle's
knees. Quarry was in command the rest of the way.
Quarry, fighting for the second time since coming back after a
brief retirement, hurt Lyle with body shots and shook him several
times with short right hands and winging left hooks to the head. He
had Lyle in serious trouble in the fifth and eighth rounds, but the
Denver fighter would not go down.
Referee Waldemir Schmidt scored it seven rounds for Quarry, four
rounds for Lyle and one round even. Judge Tony Castellano had it
10-2 for Quarry and Judge Bill Recht had it 9-2-1 for Quarry.
The Associated Press favored Quarry 10-2.

(12), or the unidentified Maize
and Blue attacker, could have
taken the shot.

NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W LI
Boston 44 12
New York 45 15
Buffalo 17 40
Philadelphia 4 55
Central Division
Baltimore 36 20
Atlanta 32 28
Houston 23 34
Cleveland 21 36
Western Conference

THE KIBBUTZ
an alternate society
A LECTURE BY
EDWARD I. PARSONS
member of Kibbutz Kfar Blum
MONDAY, FEB. 128 P.M., at HILLEL, 1429 Hill

Midwest Division

Pct. GB
.786 -
.750 1
.299 27?/
.083 41%/
.643 -
.533 6
.404 13}~
.369 15
.701 --
.618 5
.475 13
.456 14
.772 -
.625 8!
.474 17
.333 25%
.232 30!%2

Milwaukee
Chicago
K. C. - Omaha
Detroit
Pacific1
Los Angeles
Golden State
Phoenix
Seattle
Portland

40 17
34 21
29 32
26 31
Division
44 13
35 21
27 30
20 40
13 43

Today's Games
Detroit at New York
Chicago vs. Kansas City-Omaha at
Kansas City

NOTICE
Non-Native Speakers of English
All Speakers of English as a Second Language" Are
Invited to Take Part in an Experimental Test of
English Language Proficiency to be Given in RACK-
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