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1Nednesday, February 14, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, February 14, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

CELTICS CRUISE

Bucks crunch Pistons

Michigan grapplers
devastate opponents

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Lucius Allen led a
third - period surge that carried
the Milwaukee Bucks to a 110-96
National Basketball Association
victory over the Detroit Pistons
last night.
The Bucks, trailing 52-50 at
halftime, broke loose with a 17-2
spurt - with Allen netting six of
the points -= to put Milwaukee in
front 67-54.
Allen hit for three more baskets
to shoot the Bucks into a 79-72 ad-
vantage at the end of the third per-.
- iod after the Pistons had rallied
with eight straight points.
In the fourth period, Allen and
rookie Chuck Terry hit for two
baskets each and the Pistons then
went scoreless for four minutes as
the Bucks moved into a 15-point
lead, putting the game out of
reach.
Allen finished with 18 points, but
scoring honors for the Bucks went
to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Bob

Dandridge, each with 28 points.
The Pistons were led by Bob
Lanier, who scored 20 of his 29
points in the first half. John Men-
gelt added 20 for Detroit.
** *
Bulls bounced
The Boston Celtics pulled out a
tough 105-101 victory over the Chi-
cago Bulls last night to increase
the Celts National Basketball As-
sociation Eastern Division lead to
11 games over the idle New York
Knickerbockers.
The Bulls loss coupled with Mil-
waukee's win over Detroit dropped
Chicago six full games back of the
Bucks in the Central Division.
Boston's Jo Jo White convert-
ed a pair of free throws and then
John Havlicek's 30 - foot jumper
tied the score at 101-101 with 1:39
to play.
Chicago's Bob Love connected
on what appeared to be a go-ahead
basket, but it was disallowed and

Love was called for a foul.
Cowens then sank two free
throws to break the tie and Havli-
cek added two more to pad the
Boston lead. Havlicek led the Cel-
tics with 29 points Sloan had 20
points and Van Lier and Walker
each had 19 for the Bulls.
* * *
Cavs Barry(ed)
CLEVELAND--The Golden State
Warriors parlayed Rick Barry's
scoring and Nate Thurmond's re-
bounding into a 103-90 National
Basketball Association victory over
the Cleveland Cavaliers last night.
The Warriors raced to a 29-16
first quarter lead on Barry's 12
points and Thurmond's 13 re-
bounds. Cleveland battled back to
a 48-43 deficit at the half, but the
Cavs were unable to narrow the
margin any further.
Thurmond ended with 19 re-
bounds, and Barry hit a game-high
36 points. Teammate Jeff Mullins
added 21, and Jim Barnett scored
1E.
The Cavs, paced by Austin Carr's
21, hit 61 per cent in the second
quarter, outscoring Golden State
27-19. But the Warriors opened up
the second half by hitting 11 of
their first 12 shots and spurted to
a 15-point lead in the first three
minutes.
Cleveland fought back to 88-82
with about four minutes to go, but
the attack wilted, and the Warriors
opened a 10-point lead in the
stretch.

By MIKE PRITULA
"Outstanding."
That was coach Rick Bay's re-
ply when asked to sum up last
Saturday's wrestling match in
one word.
In the meet that everybody
read, heard, and talked about,
defending Big Ten wrestling
champion Michigan State was
mauled by a fired up Wolverine
squad.
"What else can I say about a
performance like that?" ques-
tioned the Michigan mentor. "We
just got some tremendous ef-
forts."
Tremendous efforts indeed. Es-
pecially from two underclassmen
who were wrestling their first
varsity matches.
Brad McCrory and Steve Bis-3
sell, at 142 and 177 pounds re-
spectively, were thrown to the.
lions in their initial outing and
both came through with fine per-
formances. True, they were both
beaten, but the way they wrestl-
ed would make any coach hap-
py.
McCrory was faced with the
task of going against Michigan
State senior Tom Milkovich. The
defending Big Ten and national
champ has pinned many-a-foe
this year but McCrory was not to
be one of them.
The graduate of Battle Creek
Lakeview gave Milkovich a
tough go of it for two periods
and even grabbed two points in
the third and final period. Un-
fortunately, national champs are
not easily beaten and the Spar-
tan came away with a 9-2 vic-
tory.
Other than the two losses due
to inexperience, the Michigan
grapplers were near perfect in
wrapping up their 11th straight
win of the season. In fact, Jerry
Hubbard provided an added at-
traction as he posted his 31st ca-
reer dual meet victory for a new
team record. Hubbard is only a
junior this year and should chal-
lenge the Big Ten mark next
year.

Coach Bay, always looking to
the next goal, cited upcoming foe
Wisconsin as the team's main
worry right now.. "We're going
to try and buck any letdowns
that might arise. Wisconsin is
tough and we can't take them
lightly."
The Badgers have lost only
one Big Ten meet and that was
to Minnesota. Wisconsin also tied
Iowa: a team which Michigan
only beat by one point. The Bad-
gers are a vastly improved team
from last year and is one of the
rising powers in Big Ten wrestl-
ing
All this still doesn't stop the
Wolverines as being rated heavy
favorites. to score their ninth
straight Big Ten victory. That,
incidently, is something that has
never been accomplished mi 49
years of Michigan wrestling.
With last week's win under the
belt, the Wolverines are now the
only major ' college wrestling
team that is unbeaten and untied
for the season. ,Grappling pow-
ers- Iowa State, Oklahoma State,
and Washington all have stains
on their records.
In a poll released before the
Michigan State meet, the Wol-
verines were ranked sixth in the
nation; a rating which should
improve with each successive
Maize and Blue victory.
"The polls are interesting,"
quined Bay. "But they're only
reliable to a certain extent. You
can't blow them out of proportion
like they do with the football
polls."
For Bay and assistant coach
Bill Johannesen the NCAA
tournament will determine the
national champion. And. although
the grapplers 'pay have breezed
through the dual meet season so
far, it'll be the Big Ten tourna-
ment on Feb. 23' and -24 that de-
cides the conference champion.
These two meets will break or
make Michigan wrestlingn '72-
'73.

AP Photo by RICH SCHEINWALD

Duel of Goliaths

PENN ST. SUPERLATIVE

Loken

pleased

with gymnasts

Open Wide
AP Photo
Joe Bugner gets a final checkup in preparation for his heavyweight
bout tonight with Muhammad Ali in Las Vegas.
SBHEPPRD STARS:
Bruins dump Vane(

| By RICH STUCK f that they scored their season high I through with a 9.0 against the Lions were really hitting their rou-
Coming out on the short end at of 163.2, producing several great ; Lions. tines.
Penn State Monday night, the individual scores in the process. Senior Ward Black; who has com- The one-two punch of Marshall
Michigan gymnasts had a perfect For the first time all year the bined with Gura and Terry Boys Avener and Gary Kruest combined
f reason to feel disappointed and let Wolverines put it all together in to give Michigan the best floor for over 100 of those points. Aven-
down. After all, losing by over every event, scoring over 27.0 in exercise team in the Big Ten, leap- er's all-around total was 55.9 while
three points in a gymnastics meet all six exercises. I ed spectacularly for a 9.4, one of Kruest had a 54.65 mark.
is not what is called losing by the What had earlier in the season the best marks ever for him. Black Michigan's next home meet will
Snarrowest of margins, been a sore point for the Wolver- has recently installed a fantastic be Monday night against Michigan
But the Wolverines may have ines, the parallel bars has recently finishing act which needs to be State. Only this meet and one at
come out of the meet a little been very strong. The primary seen to be believed. Indiana stand between now and the
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stronger than they went in. First reason must be the growing excel- A summary of Monday night's Big Ten tournament, on March
of all, losing to a team that scores lence of Bob Johnson who scored great scores can not be complete 23-24. If the Wolverines can show
a heretofore unheard of 166.35 9.2 and 9.3 over the weekend. The without mentioning high bar ace the signs of improvement they
* points is certainly no disgrace. 9.3 came against Penn State, tying Bob Darden. Darden, who saved gained from the Penn State duel,
Performing what Michigan coach Jean Gagnon and leading Michigan the Oklahoma meet with a 9.2, dup- the championship meet could prove
Newt Loken describes as "extreme- to a 27.55 mark. licated it two days later at Penn to be a very enjoyable one for
ly hot" the Nittany Lions piled up Gagnon, who some Canadian ex- State. Michigan gymnastic followers.
a school record before an appre- perts feel has the potential to be Another factor in the rise of the -----
ciative crowd of over 6,000. the top gymnast in North America, tumblers may be the excellent ex-
More importantly,. however, for has been coming on strong of late perience they derived from the Shop
the Michigan tumblers is the fact and should be a key man in the warm friendly crowd at Penn State. at
Wolverines' drive to regain the According to Loken, "They were
Big Ten craven. Monday night he first class all the way. There 'was For e " s
vaulted to a 9.15 mark to go along a large crowd, and the meet was
with his efforts on the parallel run well. Performing in those con- for TEXTBOOKS
bars. ditions against such a great team
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7m3veteran al-arounder from last year our young team."
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S * * pay. by Loken to rest Bruce Medd Sat- school record 166.35 (it is thought
urday at Medd's request seems to that Iowa State once scored 168
MacLeish unleashed have paid off, at least for the mo- in a meet for the NCAA mark) the
PHILADELPHIA -Rick Mac- ent. Following the rest Medd -- K K
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By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Veteran Johnny
Bucyk and rookie Gregg Sheppard
scored two goals each last night asj
the Boston Bruins extended their
National Hockey League winning
streak to four games with a 7-3 vic-
tory over the Vancouver Canucks.
The Bruins spotted Vancouver a
1-0 lead on a goal by Gerry O'
Flaherty midway through the op-
ening period and then struck back
to go in front 4-1 by the end of the
session.
Sheppard tied the score with his
16th goal ata13:43 and Bucvk con-
nected on a power play for his
28th to put the Bruins in front to
stay at 16:18.
Don Marcotte and Bucyk added'
goals before the period ended.
Vancouver's R i c h a r d Le-
mieux tipped in a screen shot on
a power play for the only goal of
the second period.
Sheppard got his second goal of
LS:COI1ES I
S 3
NBA
Milwaukee 110, Detroit 96
Boston 105, Chicago 101
Golden State 103, Cleveland 90
NHL
Boston 7, Vancouver 3
Philadelphia 8, NY Islanders
College Basketball
Duke 90, Virginia 66
Grand Valley 108, Northwood 76
North Carolina St. 105, E. Carolina 70
Marquette 93, Northern Illinois 80
Texas A&M 76, Baylor 63

sport's
NIGHT EDITOR:
ROGER ROSSITER
the game at 12:10 of the finale.
Phil Esposito made it 6-2 whi
Boston had a two-man advantag
with hisd37th goal and Fred Sta
field added the Bruins' final go,
at 17:01.
Dave Balon tallied for the C
nucks on a power play with le
Billboard
The Michigan Freshman bas
ketball team, fresh from its dou
ble overtime victory over A
bion last week, takes on the Ad
rian College Bulldogs tonight i
Crisler Arena. Game time i
7:00 p.m. Admission is free. Th(
team h-s been playing exce
lent ball lately, and deserve
more support than it has bee
getting. There are plenty o
good seats still available, s
make a point to be there.
* * *
The Michigan Rugby Footba
Club is holding practices in Yosi
Fieldhouse every Tuesday an
Thursdpy between 9-11:00 p.m
All undergraduate and graduat
students are welcome.

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