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Saturday, December.9, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven'

Saturday, December 9, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven'
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Today ini Sports

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Intra-s quad gymnastics
INSTEAD OF TAKING their skills to Iowa City for the Iowa
Invitational, the tumblers are holding a meet of their own
this afternoon in the I.M. building.
In voting not to send a full contingent to Iowa City, the
gymnastics squad was not expressing fear of competition, but
rather the dislike of inconvenience involved. The length of time
spent enroute was mentioned as a negative factor in the team's
decision. The trip to the Iowa campus takes up to 16 hours
driving time.
Another factor in the team's decision was the close of the
Fall term. Members of the squad felt that studying was more
important at this - time than spending an entire weekend on the
road.
The intra-squad battle, which began last night with the
preliminaries was substituted by the members.
Coach Loken respects the team's decision but is fearful that
the team may lose the competitive edge. Loken hopes that this
intra-squad meet will. at least keep the tumblers on the right
track for their January 13 Big Ten opener against the Ohio State
Buckeyes.
Grapplers challenge Ohio
I P
MICHIGAN'S GRAPPLERS GO into action today against the
highly touted Bobcats of Ohio University. The Bobcats, seeking
revenge after their 36-5 humiliation delivered by the Michigan
State Spartans last weekend, should provide the Wolverines with
a good fight.
Michigan, however, will not go into the contest without any
momentum, having administered a 32-3 whipping to the Pitts-
burgh Panthers last Saturday. Led by Big Ten champions Jerry
Hubbard and Mitch Mendrygal, the Wolverines lost only in the
167 pound class in their last match with the Panthers.
Also in the ,Michigan lineup will be the 118 lb. runner-up Jim
Brown. Not serving with the Wolverines will be 167-pounder Roger
Ritzman who is recovering this week from a chest injury. Though
he will make the. journey to Athens, the lighter John King, who
usually wrestles more confidently tat 158 lbs., will tussle in place
of Ritzman as he did last weekend.
The Bobcats are expected to hold their own with three
wrestlers who are veterans of the team that finished eighth in the
NCAA tournament. However, the Ohio U. boys may be setback
with one of their key grapplers, Russ Johnson, sitting out the
meet. Nevertheless, the Wolverines will have to be on their toes
in the 190 lb. weight with top ranked Bobcat NCAA contender
Barry Reighard.
Tankers compete at Illinois
AFTER YESTERDAY'S MEET at Purdue, the Michigan tankers
travel westward to Champaign to take on the ever-improving
swimmers of Illinois. Coach Gus Stagger, realizing that today's
meet is tougher than yesterday's affair with Purdue, is con-
cerned but feels the Maize and Blue should have really no
problems.

By FRANK LONG0 stead, scored on a breakaway. k
Special t. The Daily At this point the partison crowd
MADISON-The Wisconsin started the traditional Badger a
Badgers tied a school record (jIthockey chant of "SIEVE! SIEVE!"
wih hir1th~4' ~ ~They did this while pointing at.
consecutive Michigan goalie Moore. The Wis
hockey victory last night, consin fans like that word so much : n
skating to a 6-3 victory over that everybody wears a button with
Michigan at the Dane County'the word "sieve" on it. Signs
Memorial Coliseum here, but NIGHT EDITOR: DAN BORUS AND FRIENDS throughout the arena proclaimed
it by no means was a walk- the battlecry.
away a lot of people expected.Ws ed t
Wisconsin score when he hit the
The Wolverines held the lead would seem to spell big trouble for Wolverine rooters in the record t tdh
twice in the opening period, by Michigan in the return match to- crowd of 8431 when he scored on ost wit acn h ot it the .
scores of 1-0 and 2-1, but they night if the Badgers could get hot. Wisconsin's first power play at- pe netstan h im the fa. pei
couldn't keep up with the bigger But Michigan wasn't that great tempt. Freshman Don Dufek, son The first half of the third period
and faster Badgers, who have now either, with 27 shots in the second of the former Wolverine football efound almost no action astthe two
won all three of the two team's period alone, but only 8 of which great, had barely stepped on the tamk apdeart.cnten heldat
meeting this season. were on net. ice when referee Don Wilkie whistl- back and forth. Michigan held a
"We weren't really that sharp The penalty syndrome also con- ed him down for charging. A min- ato nta n but failed t o5talize
around the net," commented Wis- tinued to haunt the Blue, who lead ute and a half later Pay took a aLundee deflected a Max pentle
consin coach Bob Johnson, which the WCHA in that aspect of the picture pass from Bob Lundeen and shot through Moore's legs to up
. game, as Michigan players were fired a shot that Wolverine net
One more t m sent to the box five times in the minder Robbie Moore had little the gcoe to 5 nr.
FIRST PERIOD first period and nine times in all. chance on. Paul Parif closed out Michigan's
SCORING: 1. M-Nixon (Trudeau) That kept the Wolverines right on scoring when he stole the puck in
1:11; 2. W-Pay (Lundeen, Olmstead) their schedule, who, going into last AT THIS POINT in most other srng of the soe 1e n
6:45; 3. M-M(nsette (Dunbar) 7:46; 4 night's game were averaging games, Michigan would have fold-
SW-Oinstead (Johnston, Taft) 12:56; eighteen and one half minutes of ed but instead they surprising lifted behind Perkins with two m-
PENALTIESr: 1. M-Dunbar (rough- penalities per game, while playing took the lead again, this time on a DAVE BIN
ing) 1:26; 2. W.-Pay (roughing) 1:26; almost one third the game short wrist shot off the stick of Rick A last minute break-away goal Kings. Th
3. M-Dufek (charging) 5:01; 4. M- handed. Mallette from the circle to the bydDon Deprez really spelled the kngs Th
Warner (highsticking) 11:00; 5. W- edo ogngtfrteWl nwiB
Machowski (highsticking) 11:00; 6. M- So Michigan fell to its ninth loss right of Perkins. en tres of an
Dunbar (interference) 14:30; 7. M- of the season against only two wins, The Michigan co-captain broke vennes._u
Trudeu(holding) 1s. sall games having been played un- into the Badger zone with Pete
sisted) 16:09. der conference auspices, but not Dunbar on a two on one break, butjMURR
PENALTIES: 8. W-Hinkley (tripping) without a few surprises. kept the puck himself and fired
3:14; 9. W-Pay (roughing) 12:49; 10. Junior Julian Nixon started it behind Perkins.
lo-Moreettoo (tripping) 13:34.; things off with a shot that bounc- Wicnnfnshdotheirt 1 - ,l I
SCORING 123 F ed past Badger netminder Dick period scring with Dennis Olin- R e o rd s fa ll
MICHIGAN 2 0 1 3 Perkins with just four minutes stead's first of two goals and a
Wisconsin 3 1 2 6 gone in the opening stanza. He power play tally by the team's
THIRD PERIOD slipped the puck into the Wiscon- leading scorer, Gary Winchester. By BRIAN DEMING Freshmen
SCORING: 7. s-Ludeen (Bently, Sin zone just after passing center The second period found closer Michigan's track team is off and Doug Gibbs
Cherrey) 13:01; 8. MW-Paris (unassist- Th eodpro on lsr Mcia' rc emi f n
ed) 18:03; 9. w-Duprez (Talasous, Al-'ice and it was skipping towards checking, less scoring and an all running towards what may be a buts in the
ley) 19:17. the right corner of the goal when frtadsc
PENALTIES: 11. W-Machowski eri o t around more conservative game as highly successful season. The sec-t
Perkins slid to stop it. the Wolverines began carrying the and annual Intra-squad Track Meet with jumps
ference) 3:21; 13. w-Lundeen (rough-- w d bnipuck much more and even had a last night in Yost Field House dis- because of f

AP Photo
tG drives to the basket in last night's game against the
e overpowering Pistons won again and, wouldn't you
ing was the hero. (You didn't think we published pic
ybody, did you?)
AY STARS
o fleet trackmen
Mike Nowacki and jump, 21'9", while Abraham Butler
made impressive de- ;was runner-up in the triple jump,
high jump finishing 46'7", and first in the long jump,
ond, respectively, both 22'.
of 6'8". Nowacki won The 1000 yard run was won by
ewer misses. Mike Pierce in a time of 2:13.8
ry won the shot put and co-captain Eric Chapman tri-
of 50'8" breaking his umphed in the mile run with the
record of last year. time of 4:15.0. Godfrey Murray's
Ed Kulka and Terry winning times were 8.5 in the high
he first two spots in hurdles, 6.5 for the 60 yard dash,
At with 14 foot vaults. and 32.2 for the 300 yard dash.
Hart are both fresh- Michigan's first intercollegiate
competition will be Jan. 27 when
was first in the triple they will host the Michigan Invi-
nd second in the long tational.

ing) 6:30; 14. M--Neal (roughing) steal of second base in another couple of opportunities to score. played the spurted makings of
6:30; 15. M-Werner (roughing) 14:52; national game but in this one the Michigan had a man advantage coach Dixon Farmer's track hopes
16. Werner (interference) 19:54. "ball" bounced over the goalie's twice early in the period but was in breaking five meet records
SAVES tieeryof-epro btwsi rekn iemetrcrs
1 2 3 F pads for the first Michigan talley. unable to mount much of an of Coach Farmer was particulary
MICHIGAN (Moore) 16 8 9 33 Badger freshman Dave Pay fensive.Coc Famt spf iu f
Wisconsin (Perkins) 5 S 7 20 brought back to life both of the The only scoring of the stanza impressed with the performance of
occured hen lmstad, on o senior Godfrey Murray, who car-
occurred when Olmstead, son of ries much of the responsibility if!
HLF Bt Michigan plans to be a track pow-
Zu a n ines tan iel- -- --- -er. Farmer said Murray "showed
I, a lot of heart" in his first place
Sefforts in the 70 yard high hurdles,
] =the 60 yard dash, and the 300 yard
a ue dunKS urue:dash.
NBA Junior Kim Rowe won the 600
Detroit 113, Kansas City-Omaha 100 yard run with a time of 1:10.8.

Mike Lant
with a toss
own meet
Meanwhile,
Hart took t]
the pole vau
Kulka and
men.
Pete Hill
jump, 47', a

Illinois is well aware of Michigan's acquatie strength. "We're By CHARLES BLOOM event, the 1000 yard freestyle. Pur- Atlanta 134, Baltimore 115
looking forward to a good meet," said Illinois coach Don Sam- West Lafayette, Ind.-With the due's Maurie Wolfred won the Buffalo 91, New York 89
'Ws aaetId-ihteventMilwaukee 124, Golden State 916
mons. "We're getting much better all the time." Sammons is Michigan swimmers swimming=event with a nice time of 10:12.2. Chicago 118, Philadelphia 102
right in that his team is loaded with talented freshmen who Ievery event but their own, they The effort by Michigan's Pat Bauer Houston 114, Portland 108
should get better with every meet. Four of Sammons' freshmen still managed to pull a convincing was prturtok conideri Kentucky 121, Indana 114
made the high school All-American team last year and were very 71-62 win over an improved Purdue has never gone over 400 yards i New York 126, VIrginia 124
hihontelitofIlnos bs.squad. The meet was really nothing ha ee oeoe 0 ad nCarolina 107, Denver 104
high on the list of Illinoisbest. a competition. Memphis 109, Dalias 108
Illinois has only one diver who is able to do the job, but even oThe turning point of the meet for Utah 128, San Diego 95
he, Neil Peterson, will have trouble beating any of Michigan's Micigawn ev mers swam outside Michigan was Tom Szuba's win in Chicago 4, Minnesotaovertime
men. Diving coach Dick Kimball of Michigan thinks so little of the 200 freestyle. His well-paced COLLEGE BASKETBALL
the Illini divers that he and his top diver, Joe Crawford, will stay With a makeshift lineup Michigan victory drew praise from coach Gus California 75, Nebraska 50
Cr ,lost the first event, the 400 yard Stager. Don Fishburn finished third North Carolina 125, South Florida 81
in Ann Arbor to work for future meets. mdeWea.Pru' aryfrteWleie.~. Virginia 53, Air Force 46
Even Illini coach Sammons is realistic about the meet. Krduer ptoay. 5rd s lurry Ray Wclverou . iJacksonville 89, S. Illinois 77
Krauser put on a 50 yard flurry Ray McCullough, who will some-j Idaho St. 56, McMurray 55
Michigan has a strong team and they're i the top ten i the in the freestyle portion to nip the time during the course of the sea- - - -
nation," said Sammons resolutely. "We'll just do the best we Wolverines. son break the Michigan record for
can." Michigan also lost the second the 50 yard freestyle, won that
-- event with the sparkling time of
r HAW KS BITE BULLETS: 21.6. It was McCllought's first at
Htempt at that short distance. All in-
dications point to faster and better
things. Pat Stevens finished third "
Ptstons-~~it of1 r11 ti r3 o tl ,irrm for Michigan with a time of 22.5.i
Pistons overthrow KC-Om.FEAahEaA'i ar a wonthe200yad
vidual medley with distance man
From Wire service Reports adding 11 in the stretch drive. period and sank his first seven Mark Anderson finishing third. An-
DETROIT-Bob. Lanier and Dave La!rttle 7pit n ht.H otne i xlisi other distance swimmer, Fishburn,
Bing led a final-period surge last hauled in 21 rebounds. Bing had the second half as the Bulls raced Ian the 200 yard butterfly, with
night as the Detroit Pistons beat 27 points and collected 13 assists. to an easy victory over the Atlan- PKraesses grabbing trd sspotand
the Kansas City-Omaha Kings 113- With Nate Archibald, the league's tic Division's last-place team. Wlfred won the 200 yard back-
100 for their fifth victory in their leading scorer, and Tom Van Ars- The 76ers led only in the early srke o the 2 ard back-:
last six National Basketball Asso- dale setting the pace, the Kings portions of the contest. Their last srokrentsen, also of Purdue, won the
ciation encounters. jumped into a 31-28 lead after the lead was at 21-19 but an eight- I500 yard freestyle.
After trailing by as many as 13 first period and reached halftime point Chicago rally put the Bulls Bauer swam a good 200 yard
points in the first half and by four with a 50-43 advantage. ahead to stay. breaststroke for the win, consider-
points going into the last period, Archibald finished with 32 points, s* * ing he had just completed the
the Pistons took over is the closing two under his season's average, grueling 1000. Brad Brockway made
12 minutes by hitting on 17 of their while Van Arsdale had 28. It was I Cavs cleaved; it a one-two finish for the Maize
22 shots from the field, with La- the Kings' third straight loss. CLEVELAND-The Boston Cel- and Blue.
nier picking up 17 points and Bing * * * tics, hitting only 39 of 100 shots Michigan's suicide squad, com-
aH wks fl from the field, got 25 points and 18 monly known as the Michigan div-
rebounds from Dave Cowens last ing team, won both of the diving
NBA Standings ATLANTA -Pete Maravich and night enroute to a 96-87 National events. Peter Agnew qualified for
Lou Hudson combined for 71 points Basketball Association victory over the NCAA diving standards -in his
Eastern Conference last night, leading the Atlanta the Cleveland Cavaliers. first meet.
Atlantic Division Hawks to their fifth straight vic- Each team tossed in 16 field "Purdue is a much better team
w L Pct. GB tory, a 134-115 National Basketball goals in the first half but the Celtics than last year," said Stager. "They
New York 21 3 -78 - Association thumping of the Balti- converted 16 chances from the free are going to swim some very good
Buffalo 7 20 .240 15'. more Bullets. throw line to take a 48-40 halftime meets this year. We swam around,
Philadelphia 3 26 .105 202 Maravich poured in 37 points and'lead. but swam well enough to win." I
Central Division Hudson 34 as the Hawks took over Cowens dropped in eight points Michigan will compete against
Atlanta 1 13 .558 - first place in the Central Division and Jo Jo White flipped in 10 of the improved Illinois team this
Houston 10 13 .417 2 from the Billets by one-half game. his 22 markers afternoon.

His time would have been the best
in the Big Ten last year. Rowe
also ran a leg in the mile relay in
42.8 seconds-nearly matching the
Field House record.
Greg Syphax came through with
a win in the 440 yard dash. Syphax
is still recovering from burns re-
ceived in an oven explosion last
Sunday and was unable to train
all week. His time was 50.2 sec-
onds. Syphax, incidently, was
named along with miler Eric Chap-
man, to be co-captain on this year's
team.

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TONIGHT
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Cleveland

9 18

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Western Conference
Midwest Division

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

19 8
18 8
15 14
12 14
acific Division
21 4
16 9
12 16
9 21
6 19

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The Hawks led only 59-56 at the -
half before breaking the game open
with a 37-12 spurt in the third
period.

11

Bulls butt
PHILADELPHIA - Forward Bob
Love came off the bench to score
30 points and lead the Chicago
Bulls to a 118-102 victory last night
over the Philadelphia 76ers in a
National Basketball Association
game.
Love, who recently lost his start-
ing job to Garfield Heard, entered
the game at the start of the second

Rooms for
WOMEN

Today's Games
Cleveland at Boston
Philadelphia at New York
Kansas City-Omaha at Baltimore
Buffalo at Chicago
Detroit at Milwaukee
Portland at Phoenix
Only games scheduled

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