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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, January 14, 1973

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY LUNCH-DISCUSSION-Jan. 16
A PRESENTATION OF SLIDES ON
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delegation to China during the Summer of 1972.
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END LONG WIN STREAK:

Notre Dame upsets Marquette,

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From Wire Service Reports
MILWAUKEE - A jump shot by
sophomore guard Dwight Clay with
just three seconds remaining
brought an 81 game home winning
streak to an end and enabled:
Notre Dame to hand Marquette its
first loss of the year 71-69 yester-
day afternoon.
Marquette, ranked No. 3 in the
AP poll, had barely survived de-
feat in a number of recent games
and yesterday the Warriors had
trouble with the Irish man-to-man
defense and were never able to
pull away to a substantial lead.
Notre Dame, 4-6, trailed by three
points at the half and fell behind
as many as seven, but guard Gary
Brokaw, who led all scores with
28 points, kept the Irish in t h e
game with a plethora of circus-
like baskets.
Notre Dame, enjoying a 1 a t e
lead, had tried to run out t h e
clock, but was called for travelling.
Larry Mac Niell tried the game for
Marquette at 69-69 with 35 seconds
left. Then Clay, not one to com-
promise, saved the day for the
Irish.
Lobos leap
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (A) -
New Mexico's Wendell Taylor ig-
nited a frantic second-half rally
as the Wolfpack overcame a nine-1
point deficit in the final e i g h t
minutes to defeat Utah 78-75 yes-
terday in a Western Athletic Con-
ference basketball game.
Darryl Minniefield's layup with
1:10 remaining insured New Mex-
ico's second WAC victory against

two defeats. Utah fell to 1-3 in
conference play.
Seminoles scalp
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (P) - For-
,ward Benny Clyde scored 25 points
to bring Florida State from be-
hind yesterday as the Seminoles
beat Cincinnati 78-74 in a college
basketball game.
Cincinnati's top scorer was 6-foot

ubinskas poured in 26 points as
Louisiana State overcame a first
half deficit to roll over Auburn 79-
60 in a Southeastern Conference
basketball game yesterday.
Palubinskas, a native of Aus-
tralia, scored 12 points in the first
half and 14 in the second to pace
the Bengals to their fourth victory
of the season against four defeats.

-7 senior Derrek Dickey, who scor- Quakers nip
ed 16 points. Dave Johnson scored PRINCETON, N.J. (P) - P e n n
13 for the losers. friered away (o ) - a 1pnt
* * frittered away most of a 13-point
second half lead over Princeton
LSU lassoes before rallying and coasting to a
AUBURN, Ala. W)-Eddieal- 58-53 Ivy League basketball victory
Gymnasts vault over
outclassed B uckeyes

By RICHARD STUCK
Monty Falb turned in a dazz-
ling performance on the rings
and Ray Gura took the all-
around title to lead the Michi-
gan gymnastic team to an easy
victory over the outclassed Ohio
State Buckeyes yesterday. A
sizeable Crisler Arena crowd
watched the Wolverines fly and
tumble to a 159.45 count, just
short of their goal of 160. The
Bucks finished with 147.75 points.
Falb kept the fans in awe
throughout his ring workout,
ending it with a spectacular
turning, twisting dismount. His

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9.4 score was the highest of the
day by any performer. Fresh-
man Joe Neuenswander made
his debut a memorable one as
he recorded a 9.2 score on the
rings.
Gura won the all-around com-
petition with steady perform-
ances throughout the competi-
tion. His high score was a 9.0
on the side horse. He also leap-
his way to an 8.95 in the floor
exercise event. The low point of
his otherwise good afternoon was
a mediocre (for Gura) 8.25 on
the parallel bars after bumping
the bars midway through the-
routine. His total of 52.10 enabled
him to finish ahead of teammate
Bruce Medd, who wound up
with a 49.0 mark.
Michigan's two veteran aces in
the floor exercises, Terry Boys
and Ward Black were, as usual,
brilliant again yesterday. Boys
Ireceived a 9.1 while Black won
theevent with anexciting 9.2
performance. Black also came
back to cop the vaulting event
with a score of 8.95.
Michigan coach Newt Loken
was "reasonably satisfied" with
the outcome but added, "We
know we can do a lot better. The
important thing about the meet
was that our freshmen perform-
ed very well."
Besides Neuenswander's 9.2,
four other frosh scored high in
their first dual meet. Bob Dar-
den turned in a great display on
the high bar, spinning his red
hair around the bar to a fine
9.15 mark. Jerry Poynton tamed
the side horse to a 8.7 tune,
while Jim Burwick pulled in a
good 8.75 mark on the parallel
bars.
For Ohio State, their events
were highlighted for the most
part by some very erratic and
sloppy routines. Several per-
formers completely missed their
tricks, falling off the bars and
horse on various occasions. Joel
Hunt turned in a sparkling 9.15
performance on the side horse
while Bill H-mmond was the top
Buckeye all-arounder with a
46.65 total.
Michigan's three all-arounders,
Gura, Medd, and Bruce Keeshin
all had good days grabbing the
top three slots. Loken was "very
pleased with their performance.
They all are really improving."

here yesterday.
The win gives Penn an 8-3 record
and Princeton a 6-6 mark.
Phil Hankinson, a 6-foot-8 sen-
ior forward, tallied 18 points and
helped the Quakers control t h e
backboards. John Beecroft, a soph-
omore guard, added 14 points for
Penn, including all eight f o u 1
shots he took in the second half.
Lions roar
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (I') -
Center Randy Meister scored 24
points and grabbed 20 rebounds,
both game highs, as Penn State
beat West Virginia 77-62 yesterday
in a college basketball game.
Four players scored in double
figures for Penn State, which won
its fourth straight and now is 9-4
this season. Keenan Preston add-
ed 16 for the victorious Nittany
Lions, who led 38-22 at halftime.
Bruins bash
BERKELEY, Calif. -Top-
ranked UCLA, after trailing at
halftime for the first time this
season, stretched its winning
streak to 57 games yesterday as
Bill Walton returned to All-Ameri-
can form in the second half of a
69-50 Pacific-8 basketball victory
over California.
A long jump shot by Cal's Eric
Long just before the end of the
first half put the Bears ahead 35-
33 at intermission. But UCLA out-
scored Cal 20-4 to start the second
half, with Walton getting nine
points and controlling the back-
boards.
Thes6-foot-11 Player of the Year
last season scored only four points
in the first half when Cal center
Carl Meier had 16. Meier made
seven of eight field goal attempts
in the first half but sat out part
of the second half after picking up
his fourth personal foul. He totaled
a game-high 20 points. Walton had
14.
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MARQUETTE'S GEORGE FRAZIER (50) looks in awe at a loose
basketball during yesterday's 71-69 loss to Notre Dame. The War-
riors' Maurice Lucas and John Shumate of Notre Dame also are
preparing to battle for the ball. The loss to the Fighting Irish ended
Marquette's 81 game home winning streak.

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By ROGER ROSSITER
The Michigan wrestling s q u a d
posted their fifth straight d u a 1
meet triumph of the 1972-73 cam-
paign yesterday, lethargically trim-
ming therNorthwestern Wildcats
22-12 at Crisler Arena.
The affair was much closer than
the final score indicates as t h e
Wolverines needed three consecu-
tive decisions from John R y a n ,
Dave Curby, and Gary Ernst in the
final three matches to pull away
from the pesky Wildcats.
Since Northwestern did not have
a wrestler in the 118 pound class,
Michigan coach Rick Bay moved
Jim Brown up to the 126 pound
category to face Wildcat ace Mark
Massery.
Bay hoped that by putting one of
his better wrestlers up against
Massery, he might steal some
points from Northwestern if Brown
could pull an upset. The strategy
failed, however, as Massery, a
former Big Ten champion, won a
tough 6-3 decision.
Lance Becker, who replaced .

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118, took the forfeit vic- get going," which is precisely what
ve Michigan a quick 6-0 Michigan did.
First, Ryan pulled out a 2-1
stern tied the score in squeaker over Wildcat Scott Kilp-
wo matches on Massery pert in which the deciding point
Allen's victories. Allen, came from a riding time advant-
r three man in the Big age.
last year, uneventfully Dave Curby then scored t h e
[chigan's Bill Davids, 9- clincher, a 7-2 victory over Rick
huck followed with a 7-2 Pasque that gave Michigan an in-
Wildcat Brian Castle, at surmountable 19-12 advantage go-
put Michigan in t h e ing into the heavyweight tussle.
ood, 9-6.

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A masterful performance by
Jerry Hubbard in a 13-2 superior
decision over Jim Torres u p p e d
the count the 13-6. Hubbard d s-
played tremendous reserve energy
as he exploded for nine points in
the third period and almost record-
ed a pin.
Northwestern refused to hie down
and play dead though, storniing
back on two consecutive triumphs
by Leo Kocher and Dave Froehlich
to cut the deficit to a single point,
13-12. Kocher, who finished second
in the Midlands tournament, eekedI
out a 8-6 cliffhanger over Michi-
gan's Mitch Mendrygal, who oddly,
enough finished third at the Mid-
lands.
Wolverine John King performed
admirably just to keep Froehlich
from gaining a superior decision,
succumbing by a 12-3 count.
At this point with only three
bouts left the outcome o the
match was by no means settled.
But like the old cliche says "when
the going gets toukh, the t o u g In
'Cats mauled
118-Lance Becker (M) won by default
126-Mark Massery(NW) dec. Jim
Brown (M), 6-3
134-Andre Allen (NW) dec. Bill
Davids (M), 9-5
142-Bill Schuck (M) dec. Brian Castle
(NW), 7-2
150-Jerry Hubbard (M) dec. Jim
Torres (NW), 13-2
158-Leo Kocher (NW) dec. Mitch
Mendrygal (M), 8-6
167-Dave Froehlich (NW) dec. John
King (M), 12-3
177-John Ryan (M) dec. Scott
Klippert (NW), 2-1
190--Dave Curby (M) dec. Rick Pasque
(NW), 7-2
Hwt-Gary Ernst (M) dec.
Paul Scott (NW), 9-4

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organizes
Tomorrow evening, January 15,
the Lacrosse Club will hold its
initial organizational meeting for
the term. The meeting begins at
7:00 p.m. in room 171 of the
School of Business Administration
building/ Dues for the present
term will be$10.00, and the club
provides uniforms and equipment
for the players with the exception
of sticks which must be furnished
by each individual at an average
cost of $15.00. All interested per-
sons, regardless of past experi-
ence, are most welcome and en-
couraged to attend.
IN RECENT years the lacrosse
team has gained considerable re-
nown as a major power in col-
legiate lacrosse.tThey reigned as
champions of the Midwest La-
crosse Club Association in 1971
and shared the same title with No-
tre Dame last season.
TWO TEAMS, the "A" and "B"
squads, once again coached by
Bob Kiman, will be formed. Prac-
tice will be held every weekday
afternoon on the Tartan Turf; how-
ever, should the weather revert
to form and snow, practice will
move to Yost Field House.
A minor Nirvanah may make
all the effort and practice worth-
while because during Spring va-
cation, the club travels to Florida
for two games with the University
of Miami and Florida International
University.

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