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Sunday, February 1-1, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poae Nine

Sunday, February 11, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Grapplers
Wrestlers rout State
for 1lth straight win

crune

State;

tankers

dunked

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By JIM ECKER
A psyched-up Michigan wrestling
squad erased all doubts surround-
ing the level of its powers by de-
throning perennial Big Ten cham-
pion Michigan State last night by
an overwhelming 27-6 tally.
The steamroller otherwise known
as the "Michigan Mat Machine"
copped eight of the evening's ten
bouts in recording its first grap-
pling success over the sputtering
Spartans since 1967.
"We were super psyched-up to-
night," beamed a jubilant Rick
Bay. "It was just like the Penn
State meet: two evenly balanced
teams. But we were ready, got the
momentum going early and r!ed."
And roll they did. Michigan's
lone losses came in two expected
divisions. Brad McCrory and
Steve Bissell, two freshmen
wrestling their first varsity com-
petition in place of injured regu-
lars, performed capably but
weren't quite up to the caliber of
their opponents. Everyone else
won.
Coach Bay singled out Jeff Guy-
ton and Roger Ritzman for parti-
cular praise. "When we figured out
the m a t c h u p s beforehand, we
couldn't be sure of victories at
134 and 167. Jeff had a tough guy
in Calendar,- and Roger certainly
didn't have an easy man either."
The 134-pound Guyton decisioned
Conrad Calendar 4-1 on the
strength of a takedown, an escape
and riding time. Calendar, a for-
mer Midlands and Ohio champion,
couldn't keep up with Michigan's
scrappy freshman.
Ritzman's victory was an espe-
cially satisfying one for the Detroit
senior. After losing two vtugh
matches against Minnesota and
Iowa a week ago, the 167-pounder
thought he owed something to the
team.
"Roger told me before the match
that he was going to go out and
give me eight full minutes to-
night," related Bay. "He was a
little down after last week and
wanted to make it up."
With the match score tied 3-3
and time running out in the third

tory over Jeff Zindel, third place
fin isher in the Big Ten a year
ago. His triumnh upped the dual-
meet count to 18-3 and eliminated
any lingering thoughts of a Spar- t}: >
tan comeback.
Mitch Mendrygal finished u, his.
Crisler Arena career with a phy-
sical 5-2 decision over a former'
New York State champ niamed ;r ~ =
Rick Greene. The Wolverines' cap-
tainmi responded to the encourage-
ment of his teammates and fans
by punishing his Spartan foe.
Jerry Hubbard established a new3
Michigan dual meet record with
his 13-4 conquestjofSteve Rod-
riguez. The Joliet junior's 31st per-
sonal success broke the mark for-
mally held by a trio of outstasding'
Wolverine grapplers named Dave .
Porter, Peter Cornell and Jim
Calles. And Hubbard still has a
year to go! :" .
'Hub started slowly but came
on strong tards the middle of
the second stanza before over-
whelming Rodriguez, son of Mike
Rodriguez, yearly High School ..
SCoach-of-the-Year at Catholic Cen-
tral in Detroit.
Jim Brown and Billy Davids
won a couple of contests they k:f':}:::: :';;:: t ::y..i.'i:::.:::r:ti:"'':: ::
weeflyexpected to take. -
Brown coasted past former Pan
American Games representati e
Randy Miller 8-1, while Davids
came within a point of a super->
ior decision in his 14-5 thrashing
of Jim Bissell (no relation to
Michigan's Steve).
Dave Curby scored an impres-
sive victory over Michigan States
190 pounder,Scott Wickard. Wick-
ard, a freshman who looks like
something straight from Muscle
Beach, gave Curby a grueling
eight minutes, but the Ann Arbor Daily Photo by DENNY GAINER
native gritted it out over the now FRESHMAN STEVE BISSELL takes a butt in the gut from Spartan Jeff Zindel in, last night's grappling action at Crisler Arena. - AI-
once-beaten Spartan. though Bissell and fellow rookie Brad McCrory dropped their initial outings as Wolverine wrestlers, their eight teammates all speared
o aErsten wSaanhisSpartans for a devastating 27-6 success. Michigan dumped State fo r the first time in six seasons. On to the tournament!
another heavyweight triumph when
his fragile foe twisted an ankle DULUTH VICTORIOUS
and was unable to continue. State's'V C O I U
Larry Avery wanted to wrestle, but
State coach Grady Peninger waved"
it off. That move ended the night's!

Five pool records set;
Indiana drowns Blue
By CHUCK BLOOM
Come Monday morning, one of the Michigan swim man-
agers will climb up a ladder, erase five pool records from the
big record board and replace them with Indiana names. These
five new clockings resulted from yesterday's 73-50 win over
Michigan before a near-capacity crowd at Matt Mann Pool.
Olympians Mike Stamm and John Kinsella each set a
pair of new pool standards while teammates Pat O'Conner,
Gary Hall, and Tom Hickcox notched oneapiece. Wolverine
}Stu Isaac lowered his own 200-yard breaststroke mark for the
only Michigan record.
Even though several of the races were excitingly close,
overall, the times were not outstanding. "Some of our times
were good," said victorious Hoosier mentor "Doc" Counsilman.
"But some were bad. Most were indifferent."
The best performances for the Wolverines came from the
vastly improving divers, garnering 1-2 in both springboard
events. Joe Crawford, by far Michigan's most consistent diver,
enhanced his chances to become a Big Ten champion by
ca nturing first nlace in tbnth

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events. Dick Quint placed sec-
ond 'in the low board, while
Steve Schenthal was runner-
up in the three-meter' event.
The big test for the tower
brigade will come next week
when Ohio State, perenially
the conference diving power,!
comes to town.
The meet's most exciting race
was the match-up everyone waited
for: Michigan's.Tom Szuba versus
Hall, the national champion in the
400-yard individual medley. With
the crowd of 2,200 on its feet,
Szuba took an early lead on the
butterfly leg of the medley, which
is Hall's best stroke. But Hall
gained the upper hand in the back-
stroke and kept even throughout
the- breaststroke. Goinghinto the
freestyle, Szuba lost his early
energy and was beaten on his
turns. Hall finished with a time of
4:05.6, a new pool record, to
Szuba's 4:07.4.
The 200-yard breaststroke saw
IU's Brock Ladewig attempt to
burn out Isaac early in the race.
Ladewig's 100-yard split was a
blazing 1:01.6 and it gave him a
half-second lead over the Big Ten
champion. But it was Ladewig, not
Isaac who was too pooped to par-
ticipateas Isaac won with a time
of 2:11.1.
The meet opened differently
from the norm with the 400-yard
medley relay broken down into four
100-yard races. Stamm with a
clocking of :52.8 in the backstroke'
and O'Conner with his time of
:51.37 in the butterfly established
new pool records.
Kinsella re-wrote the Matt Mann
standard in the 1000-yard freestyle
with a swift 9:30.7 as teammate
John Halladay was 16 seconds
slower in placing second. Hickcox
easily won.the 200-yard for his con-
tribution to the records with a
clocking of 1:42.75.
The 500-yard freestyle saw Kin-
sella and Halladay battle Szuba in
another crowd pleaser. Kinsella
took the lead from the opening gun
and at times had a lead of several
body lengths over the other swim-
mers. But toward the end, Kin-
sella seemed to let up and both
Halladay and Szuba, a fine pair
' of freshmen tankers, came on
strong. Kinsella won' by only a
second and a half, but for a new
pool record, while Halladay touch-
ed out Szuba for second by a frac-
tion of a second.
Counsilman is looking forward .to
the Big Ten Championship to be
held at Matt Mann in three weeks
and the NCAA's in late March.
"We have to do better than this.
Everyone will be up for that and
so will me, but I hope we will have
a better showing than today."

Thiuc lads
fare well
By MARCIA MERKER
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING-Michigan track
is beginning to click again. Last
night at the Michigan State Re-
lays, the Wolverine thinclads made
an impressive showing as a total
of nine runners, jumpers, and put-
ters broke their own lifetime
marks in a field of 25 colleges.
Michigan coach Dixon Farmer said
that the meet was "the best in-
door meet ever" in his career.
The evening's highlight, though,
had to be MSU's Bob Casselman,
who set a new world's record in
the 600-yard run at 1:08.2. Cassel-
man combined his talents with
Marshall Dill, Mike Holt, and Mike
Murphy to set a new Jenison Field-
house record of 3:14.4. Michigan
placed third in this event, missing
the NCAA qualifying time by a
tenth of a second.
In the distance-medley relay,
the Michigan time of 9:53.5 did
qualify for the NCAA meet. Bill
Bolster established a personal
mark of 4:08.6 in his mile clip.
Next week Bolster meets Spartan
miler Ken Popejoy, who ran a
4:03.2 last night, when Michigan
hosts MSU in a dual meet.,
Wolverine Abraham Butler pro-
duced a first place in the triple
jump, leaping 49-4 . His runner-
up, Pat Onyango, hadn't been de-
feated in Big Ten competition in
three years.
The shot 'put sported three 59-
foot throws. Steve Adams threw his
season best at 59-634 while his two
cohorts, Mike Lantry and Brian
Block, also set personal records.
Although taking a second place
to Bob Unger's , new meet and
fieldhouse record, Rick Schott
made last night his night in the
two-mile To say the least, he was
ecstatic over' his time of 8:52.3.
In the past two weeks, he has
"easily" knocked '13 seconds off
his previous best time.
The high jump competition held
the interest of many spectators af-
ter the completion of the running
events as Michigan's 'Mike No-
wacki and Kansas' Barry Schur
assaulted the Jenison mark of 7-0.
Nowacki cleared the 6-11 mark to
qualify for the NCAA meet, but
couldn't quite hit the sevenfoot
height. Schur set the new field-
house record at 7-0 1/4.

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period, Ritzman maneuvered for minutesl Iter, i ntle normally
a takedown and a two-point vic- staid Michigan locker room, smiLes By ROGER ROSSITER
and handclasps abounded. Some- "What a helluva way to lose a
one asked Bay what his team would hockey game," summarized Michi-
do for an encore. gan hockey coach Al Renfrew after
"Win the Big Ten's!" exude the Wolverines dropped a 9-8 over-
the gravel-voiced mentor. time decision to Minnesota - Du-
Although the Wolverines wrap- luth last night.
ped up the mythical Big Ten dual The loss snuffed out the faint
meet title last night, it is the con. flicker of hope the hockey squad
ference championships in Mine- had lift for making the WCHA
sota two weeks from now that de- playoffs. Eighth-place Minnesota
1 on cide the loop's championship team. Duluth ran its season point total to
P isto n s Unlike football or basketball, al 26 with the victory, while the Wol-
the marbles rest on the post-season verines can total no more than 22
From Wire service Reports action. with a sweep of their six remain-
ing contests.
NEW YORK-Earl Monroe spark- But what Michigan has done is Three times Michigan valiantly
ed a third quarter rally last night establish itself as the team to beat fought back from two-goal deficits,
as the New York Knicks beat De- Only a mediocre Wisconsin crew the last in the final minute of reg-
troit 107-93. remains in the way of an unblem ulation time. But it all went for
The Knicks trailed 59-57 at the ished dual-meet record an ob- n.i. n T7.. -

SUNDAY SPOUTS
NIGHT EDITOR: DAN BORUS

half but Monroe hit for 10 points
in the third period when the Knicks
outscored the Pistons 22-17 to take
a 79-76 lead at the end of the
period. Monroe's. bucket with 3:36;
left to go in the quarter gave the
Knicks a 75-74 lead and they stay-
ed ahead the rest of the way.
Curtis Rowe's basket opened 'he
final period for Detroit but the
Knicks scored the next 10 points as
Monroe contributed six to open up
an 89-78 margin. The Knicks then
outscored the Pistons 18-9 to openf
up their largest lead of the gamei
-107-87. The Pistons got the final
six points of the game.
Bob Lanier scored 19 of his 25
points and Dave Bing scored 17'
of his 22 points as the Pistons led
30-29 at the end of the first period
and held a two-point edge at the
half.
Bill Bradley had 18 points for
New York and Willis Reed 16.
Jerry Lucas added 14, Dave De-
Busschere 13 and Walt Frazier 12
in the balanced New York attack.
The loss ended a six-game win-
ning streak for the Pistons and
gave the Knicks a home record of
30-2 for the 1972-73 season.

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stacle the grapplers will overcome stad rattled the game winner off
next Friday night in Madison. both posts and into the net with
Michigan's wrestling team has 4:07 remaining in overtime.
truly arrived. But until the tour- The fact that Michigan even
nament's trophy is safely tucked forced the game into overtime was
away in Ann Arbor, the appella- a miracle in itself. Trailing 8-6
tion "Big Ten Champions" is pre- with only 2:17 remaining, the Wol-
mature. For now, "Big Ten Dual verines were blessed with a two
Meet Champions" and conquerors man advantage when Bulldog
of Michigan State will suffice. Chuck Ness was whistled off for
high sticking. Renfrew immediate-

ly pulled goalie Robbie Moore for
a sixth attacker, and the Wolver-
ines mounted a furious attack
around the Minnesota r Duluth
goal.
The move paid off when with
:58 left captain Rick Mallette non-
chalantly tapped a rebound into
an open net to cut the margin to
8-7.
Even then the situation had an
impending air of doom about it,
but Michigan was far from ready
to crawl into the grave.
Still with a two man advantage,
the Wolverines continued their
scrap for the tying goal. Randy
Neal, who spent a good deal of the
evening in the penalty box, dug the

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puck out from behind the Bulldog
net and sent a perfect centeringI
pass out to Angie Moretto who1
then backhanded the puck between
Jerome Mrazek's pads to send the
game into sudden death.
Penalties played an integral role
in this wild and wooly affair as
referees Medo Marinello and Jim
Duffy dished out nineteen minors
and a misconduct to Michigan and
fourteen minors to Minnesota-Du-
luth.
The first period ended rather
mildly with the score deadlocked
1-1 on power play goals by Michi-
gan's Don Dufek and UM's Gord
McDonald.

a perfect lead pass fram Gordie
Cullen at the Bulldog blue line and
skated in all alone on Mrazek for
Michigan's s e c o n d shorthanded
goal.
Only 20 seconds later Ed O'Brien
scored the first goal of his WCHA
career on a high shot from the
right point to put Duluth on top
once more, 6-5. A minute, and a
half later the Wolverines found"
themselves down by two again
when Merv Kiryluik duplicated
j O'Brien's shot from the left side.
For eight minutes, there was no
further scoring until Trachsel got
the gate for high sticking and
Dufek batted home Tom Linds-
kog's shot from the Bulldog blueE
line which made the scoreboard
'read Visitors 7, Home 6.
Slightly over a minute later Mark
Heaslip gave Duluth its final two-
goal advantage when he zipped in
a wrist shot from the left face-off
circle with both teams two men
short. That set the stage for the
dramatic final minute and the
equally dramatic overtime climax.

Spartans spattered
118: Jim Brown (M) dec.
Randy Miller (MSU), 8-1.
126: Bill Davids (M) dec.
Jim Bissel (MSU), 14-5.
134: Jeff Guyton (M) dec.
Conrad Calendar (MSU), 4-1.
142: Tom Milkovich (MSU) dec.
Brad McCrory (M), 9-2.
150: Jerry Hubbard (M) dec.
Steve Rodriquez (MSU), 13-4.
158: Mitch Mendrygal (M) dec.
Rick Greene (MSU), 5-2.
167: Roger Ritzman (M) dec.
Bruce Zindel (MSU), 5-3.
177: Jeff Zindel (MSU) dec.
Steve Bissell (M), 8-1.
190: Dave Curby (M) dec.
Scott Wickard (MSU), 6-5.
Hwt.: Gary Ernst (M) defeated
Larry Avery (MSU), by default.

Duluth took its first two goal None of the 2563 tans who wit-
lead of the game in the first six nessed what could very well have
minutes of the second period when been the final hockey game played
Pat Boutette scored an unassisted in the ancient Michigan Coliseum
goal and Roger Hunt followed with could have asked for more excite-
the Bulldogs' second of three power ment.
play goals.
Mike Burgett dumped one in
from a goal-mouth scramble and
Julian Nixon converted a rebound
on a shot by Don Fardig with the I
Wolverines a man shy to knot the
score again at 4-4.
Duluth pulled out again to a two'
goal lead on a pair of goals by
Chuck Ness at 10:17 and 14:19,
The second of the pair was of the
fluke variety as Ness tipped a
goal mouth pass from Pokey Tra-
chsel up over Moore's head and
safely into the net behind.
Mike Jarry backhanded a pretty
pass from Rick Mallette east
Mrazek to cut the deficit to one
again 5-4 after two periods.
Jarry then tied the gane 2:27
into the third period when he took
So close .. .
SCORING
1 2 3OT F
MICHIGAN 1 3 4 0 8-
Minnesota-Duluth 1 4 3 1 9
FIRST PERIODF>
SCORING-1. M - Dufek (Nixon,
Fox) ppg 7:03; 2. D - McDonald
(Trachsel, Boutette) ppg 14:43.
SECOND PERIOD
SCORING--3. D - Boutette (unas-
sisted) 3:51; 4. D - Hunt (McDonald,
Trachsel) ppg 5:45; 5. M-Burgett (Mal-
lette, Fox) 7:09; 6. M - Nixon (Fardig)
shig 9:28; 7. D - Ness (Hleaslip, Kol-'
dahl) 10:17; 8. D - Ness (Trachsel,
Campe) ppg 14:19; 9. M - Jarry (Mal- £
lette, Fox) delayed penalty 15:40. ..
THIRD PERIOD
SC RI G - 10. M . nrrv i(tl..

SCORES.
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NBA
Chicago 102, Kansas City-Omaha 101
Atlanta~ 103, Houston 91
New York 107, Detroit 93
Milwaukee 135, Golden State 108
ABA
Indiana 105, Dallas 99
Carolina 111, Utah 99
Virginia 105, Kentucky 100
NHL
St. Louis 5, California 2
NY Rangers 6, NY Islanders 0
Boston 6, Pittsburgh 3
Montreal 2, Buffalo 1
Los Angeles 4, Toronto 2
Minnesota 3, Detroit I
WHA
Philadelphia5, Quebec 4, ot
Chicago 3, Houston 0
Winnipeg 6, Los Angeles 5, ot
Cleveland 8, New Yolk 4
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Northwestern 97, Chicago Loyola 78

Manhattan 94, Hofstra 82
virginia 404, Wake Forest 73
Houston 82, Southwestern Louisiana 80
Davidson 85, The Citadel 75
North Carolina St. 118, Georgia Tech 94
Aquinas 90, Spring Arbor 84
Iowa 90, Bradley 73
Anpalachian St. 88, E. Carolina 79
Wittenberg 95, Denison 46
Nebraska 59, Kansas 46
Missouri 86, Iowa St. 79
Hartford 93, Bates 69
Plattsburgh St. 70, Ceneseo St. 67
RPI 63, Hobart 47
Cumberland 77, Campbellsville 73
T-ansylvania 73, Bellarmine 67
Id. St. 77, SIU-Carbondale 60
Syracuse 82, W. Va. 62
Armstrong St. 76, Lander 71
Presbyterian 94, Piedmont Ga. 80
Texas 77, Baylor 64
Quinnipiac 75, W. New England 67
Jackson, Miss., St. 108, Prairie View 68

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