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Saturday, February 24, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Saturday, February 24, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WRESTLERS NEAR TITLE;
SEVEN MOVE INTO FINALS'
By JIM ECKER Vatch. The Badger, unanimously
Special to The Daily approved as the top 167-pounder,
MINNEAPOLIS - The Michigan ranked a strong favorite against
mat machine virtually wrapped up the senior Wolverine. Ritzman
the Big Ten wrestling champion- clipped Michigan State's Bruce
shin last night by sirmassing an Zindel 3-2 in a controversial semi-
overwhelming 70 points, 18 more final affair decided on a last-second
than closest pusuers, Wisconsin stalling call against the Spatran.
and Iowa. After last night's outstanding ef-
With seven Wolverines grappling fort by his Wolverines, Bay's ear-
in this afternoon's championship Her w o r d s sound pessimistic.
bouts, Rick Bay's boys stand one "We're gonna have to wrestle a
sten from completing their dream lot better tonight or we're not go-
year. ing to be in it," confessed the can-
"Nobody will ever know how ference's youngest wrestling coach.;
hard these guys worked," remark- After yesterday afternoon's ac-
ed an ebullient Bay. "They've to-egtW leie a
done everything we've ever asked tion, eight W o 1 v e r in e s had
to do. These guys have all qualified for semi-final bouts. Bill
them todthefr goysahavnow, Schuck and John Ryan were the
been together for two years now, only Ann Arbor-based wrestlers
except Guyton. Now they know missing from the winner's bracket.:
what that sign in the locker room The second - seeded Schuck lost a:
means . . . Those that stay be- "rat tail" decision to Ohio State'
come champions'. Dean Armstrong 4-1. Ryan IVrestl-
" It would take an eniphenominal ed sluggishly against Wisconsin's
combination of events- to prevent Laurent Soucie and succumbed 2-0.
the conference crown from landing Although Michigan wrestled lethar-
in Ann Arbor. "I guess I want a gically in the opening round, sever-
comnouter to work it oit mathe- al Wolverines did perform well. ;

By GEORGE HASTINGS
Over the last few years thered a y
have been certain assignments
h v be n cran asg m nswhich have struck fear into the
hearts of all basketball coaches. To
play the Celtics at Boston, thef
UCLA, have been tasks into which
only the b'rave have entered with- NIGHT EDITORS:
out a shudder. Mister T
In the last two years, another Mario Fartzalone
job has been added to this list of'
near-impossible: to beat the Min- aging more than eleven points and
nesota Gophers in Minneapolis. six rebounds per contest for Min-
And today before a screaming nesota.
crowd at Williams Arena and a The man who has been hottest

The most impressive Minne-
sota statistic, however, is a team
mark. The Gophers have domi-
nated the boards in every game
they've played this year, so
much so that they are averaging
14 more rebounds per contest
than their opposition.
This is the department, Orr ac-
knowledges, in which Michigan
will be hardest pressed to stop
Minnesota. "They're just tremen-
dous boarders," he says, "to win
we're going to have to come up
with a great rebounding effort."
Assistant coach Dick Honig
quickly agreed. "The name of the

Blue up north for big brouhaha
with conference pacing Gophers

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matically," commented Bay.
Three of Michigan's seven title
contenders await their gold-crown
bouts as decided favorites. Jerry
Hubbard, Gary Ernst, and MitCh
Mendrygal are the Wolverines
clear cut title choices.
Hubbard, twice in the Big Ten's

BROWN manhandled Hoosier
John Hobbs 12-2 in a match com-.
pletely dominated by Michigan's'
118-pounder and Mendrygal, tallied
a 9-0 verdict against weak Buckeye
Jack Brewer.

150-pound honor man, wrestles
arch-rival Rick Lowinger of Wis-sI
consin in a rematch of a recent
Hubbard victory. Joliet's jugger-
naut advanced to the final round
by pasting Ohio State's John Brew-:
er 10-2.
ERNST EXTENDED' his domi-
nation of the heavyweight bracket:
when he recorded Michigan's lone
pin. Saline's big guy leveled Buck-I
eye Forrest Waugh's shoulders to
Minnesota's faded blue mat 44 sec-
onds into the third stanza. Ernst
wrestles Gopher Dave Simonson
for the title.
Captain' Mendrygal, crown-wear-
er apyear ago,extended his un-
scored upon points streak to 15
following yesterday's competition.!
Detroit Catholic Central's spider-
man spun a web around Wiscon-
sin's Pat Christenson in his semi-
final match. Mendrygal opposes the
second-seeded 158-pounder, Hawk- +
eye Jan Sanderson.
JIMMY BROWN and Bill Davids
confront top-ranked matmen in!
their final outings. The 118-pound
Brown tries to revenge his single
divisional loss with a return tango.
with Iowa's Dan Sherman.
Brown waltzed into today's finale 4
by shellacking the Badgers' Jack
Weinwand, 8-1.
Davids accomplished a personal-
ly gratifying performance with a
convincing six-point decision over
Minnesota's Jeff Lamphere. Lam-
phere edged the Hazel Park junior
4-3 in the dual meet: Davids sought:

In other opening round action,
Davids nipped Wisconsin s Jim Ab-
bott 5-0; Ernst controlled Iowa's
Jim Waschek for an 8-2 heavy-
weight decision. '
Tech

Daily Photo by Sara Krulwich
MICHIGAN'S HOPES of repeating its 1972 upset of Minnesota today ride on the shoulders of their
senior trio, Ernie Johnson (top left), Henry Wilmore (top right), and Ken Brady (bottom with Gopher
Dave Winfield) in action from the Minnesota gama last year.

14 IN A ROW

;}}}};.};;{;tr Srgeisga," hlately for the team has been 640 game is rebonnding," he said,
Ron Behagen ,a forward who is "Minnesota outrebounded Indiana
Today's clash between the leading the club both in rebound- 47-23 last week. We're going to
Mighty Men from Michigan and ing and scoring in conference play. have to do a whole lot better than
the Mad Meanies of Minnesota The big man is averaging 18 points that."
will be on the tube for video en- and 9.8 caroms, and came up with Rebounding will be an especially
joyment. WWJ-TV, Channel 4 in one of the top performances by important factor in today's game,
Detroit, will be the local outlet any player in the league two because of the fact that both
for this week's game, starting at weeks ago when he scored 33 teams intend to run. Both have
2 p.m. points and hauled down 16 boards employed the fast break to great
,".,;.:r:;":,.:r.:,:::.:<°^- at Ohio State. advantage lately, especially Mich-
regional'television audience, Mich- I Right on his heels in the scor- igan, which has gone back to the
igan coach John Orr is going toI ing race has been Clyde Turner, running game the last two weeks
ask his charges to do just that. an all-Big Ten player last year and played its best ball of the sea-
The Gophers have been beaten who at 6-8 iseoneofthe tallest son.
at home only once in the past guards anywhere. Turner has Says Orr, "We're gonna try to
two campaigns, and have not responded to his move to the run. We have the best chance of
lost there since the infamous guard spot this season in fine anyone in the conference to stay
brawl game with Ohio State mid- fashion, scoring 17.7 per contest. on the boards with these guys, and
waybroghelwtseason.Mine i-The most valuable Gopher of: we're going to give it our best of-
sota is 10-0 there this year in an all, however, may just be their 6-9 fort."
impressive 17-2 overall and 7-24 center, Jim. Brewer. Brewer is Defensively, Orr plans to go"
Bign r-er.t raetied for bounding honors with Be- with the same man-to-man zone
Big Ten record. hagen at 9.8, and is averaging 13 which has been so successful the
But for the Wolverines, the game points, but his greatest value is last two contests. Ernie Johnson
is more than a must. To even keep his tremendous defense and shot- draws the unenviable task of
alive their slim Big Ten title blocking ability which' makes Min- guarding Behagen, while Henry
hopes, Michigan must come up nesota one of the top defensive Wilmore, with 73 points in his
with a miracle today in Minne- clubs in the country. last two games, gets a chance
apolis. The man who enabled Turner to to show the pros his defensive
As Orr puts it, the Wolverines move to guard is the other for- skills since he gives away five
"are fighting for survival," They ward, 6-6 Dave Winfield. Winfield, inches to Turner.
stand at 6-4 in the conference, and a superb all-around .athlete sought "We're as ready as we'll ever
another loss would mean the end by both pro football and baseball be for any game," says Orr,
of the line as far as a conference scouts, provides additional scor- "We're playing the best basketball
crown is concerned. ; ing (11.5) and rebounding punch, we have in a long time, and we
The Goohers reached their high and has been especially effective have momentum from our past
point of the campaign last week- in the clutch. two wins.
end, knocking off both Indiana and
Illinois in easy fashion within aj
period of 48 hours. After the sec-
ond game. a dazed Illini coach
Harv Schmidt. compared Minne-
sota favorably to UCLA itself, the
basketball phenomenon troubled
by the Illini earlier in the year.
The Minnesota club is literally
a collection of giants, hand-pick-
ed, melded, and led with feroc-
ity by their controversial coach,
Bill Musselmann. The starting
five averages over 6-7, and they
play as a well-oiled unit.
The success enjoyed so far this
season by the Gophers has been a
product of a balanced effort. Four
different Gophers have been aver-

dlumps

dekers,

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By ROGER ROSSITER kept Tech's tenuous 1-0 first period pulling out all the stops to
Special to The Daily period lead intact, get the tying goal which came at
HOUGHTON - Despite the bril- [ Graham Wise took a neat drop 6:51. Randy Neal skated in un-
liant goaltending of Robbie Moore, pass off a face-off from Bob D'Al-' molested on Quance, but the slick
the Michigan hockey team drop- vise and beat Moore cleanly from junior netminder apparently smoth-
ped its -eleventh straight WCHA ten feet out at 15:01 for the first ered the puck only to have Paris
contest to the Michigan Tech period's only goal. The goal was dig it loose and knot the game.
Huskies 5-3 last night. set up when Michigan defenseman Not to be denied the Huskies
Moore stopped no fewer than six. Fox inadvertently iced the puck came on like gpmebusters and
clean Huskie breakaways, but just two seconds before Tech's began pummeling Moore with
fell victim to his team's numerousI Bruce Abbey was to have stepped shots from all angles. The dike
defensive lapses. The spunk net- back on the ice which would have finally burst when Mike Zuke
minder stopped a total of 46 shots made Michigan one man short and pa ' rech ahead to stay with his
with an acrobatic style that frus-, negated the icing call. ptech ahad o th s
tratted and amazed the 3041 rabid Tech jumped out to a 3-0 lead nI from a goal mouth scramble.
Tech fans on hand. on a second period goal by Lei Moore had made two incredible
"No doubt about it, the goalies . Hartviksen and Wise's second tally, saves on Darwin Mott and Jim
were the stars tonight," beamed Hartviksen outskated Wolverines Nahrgang, but couldn't cover the
victorious Huskie coach John Fox and Pete Dunbar and caught far corner on Kuke's game win-
McInnes. Husky goalie, Rick Moore backing in the net for an
Quance, was also brilliant, turn- ' easy goal at 3:44 while Tech was ner.
ing back 29 shots, including two short-handed. Wise banged in his
wide open blasts by Greg Fox I own rebound on a power play to
and a third by Paul Paris that I give Tech what appeared to be an TODAY, TON ITE & TOM
insurmo'intable 3-0 lead at 14:08.
Same old story But Michigan was not about to m
F Elie down and die as the Wolver-U -M D a i
FIRST PERIOD rnes scored two goals less than
SCORING: MT - Wise (DI'Alise), a minute apart to cut the deficit
SECOND PERIOD to one at the end of the second TACET
SCORING: 2. MT-Harviksen (Mott), period. SALE AT:
3:44; 3. MT-wise (D'Alvise), 14:08; 4. Julian Nixon notched the first STANGERS
M-Nixon (Fardig), 15:36; 5. M-Kardos Wolverine goal on a beautiful fol-
(Falconer, Moretto), 16:31. AND"
THIRD PERIOD e low-up of Don Fardig's breakaway. POWER CENTER
SCORING: 6. M-Paris (Werner, QaPOWERedoutCENTERtoth
Neal), 6:51; 7. MT-Zuke (Mott, Nahr- Quance raced out ay BOX OFFICE
gang), 10:25; 8. MT-Steele (Jafthuk), blue line to thwart Fardig, but the
13:35. rebound trickled to the trailing and0-5:3Hour
SCORE BY PERIODS: 1 2 3 T Nixon who blasted it home into an BndoreHCur
MICHIGAN 0 2 1-3 empty net.
Michigan Tech 1 2 2-5 Gary Kardos' tip in of Bob Fal-
GOALIE SAVES: coner's slap shot made the Tech
123 T fans realize that they were in for* AFRICAN
Mooe (M) 13 12 21-46
iQuance (MT) 13 4 12-29 a fight. Michigan opened the third

Bill Steele added an insurance'
goal at 13:35 off a picture pass;
from John Jaschukon a two on
one break.
Despite a five minute fighting
major to Hartviksen which gave
Michigan a man advantage for the
final four minutes and 37 seconds,
Michigan could not dent the solid
Tech defense.
Co11 1s
NBA
Detroit 107, Baltimore 106
Phoenix 125, Buffalo 106
Houston 138, Philadelphia 116
Cleveland 121, Portland 102
Chicago 84, New York 83

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revenge, and he got it.
FRESHMAN Jeff Guyton makes
his entrance into today's 134-pound:
crown-clincher a slight pick over
MSU's Conrad Calendar. Calendar,
lost to Guyton in Ann Arbor but
the Spartan has wrestled impres-
sively here, whipping Wildcat
Andre Allen, the bracket's topI
seeded grappler. Guyton nosed they
"sleeping Illini's" Andy Pasaglia,
8-7, on a two-point reversal threeI
seconds from the final horn.
Roger Ritzman faces a stern
challenge from Wisconsin's Ed

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BLOOMINGTON - Aided and abetted by the
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