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Sundny, becemb& 10, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine''

Sunday, December 10, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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Michigan guns down scrappy

Flyers

By DAN BORUS
Special to The Daily
DAYTON, Ohio-Before a rabid
and antagonistic crowd of 13,452,
Dayton partisans, the Michigan
Wolverines painted a 81-78 picture
in testineal fortitude. Playing their
fourth game in eight days, the
Wolverines never said die as they
battled uphill to stay atop an
aroused and scrappy Dayton Flyer
team.

SINDA SPORTS
NIGHT EDITORS: BOB McGINN and GEORGE HASTINGS

Not until Ken Brady notched two ers to just 30 points in the second tionablec
free throws with 29 seconds re- canto. crowd with
maining to play did the Wolverines The success of the Wolverines' lay-up tog
put the contest away for keeps. new second half zone defense (a a 63-60 sp
Although put on the run in the two-three zone with a press) was The firs
second half, the Flyers stayed evident in the statistics as the nightmare.
right in the game. Don Smith, the Wolverines held the floor percent- seemed t
lanky junior guard, continued to age of the Flyers to .368. In the fense, so
hammer away from the outside, Ifirst stanza, the Flyers shot a gon State
hitting for 25 markers, remarkable .579. bled the p
But the real story was the Wol-I
verines, who down by three at the THE MICHIGAN comeback wasr
half, rode the great rebounding also sparked by the shooting and'
strepgth of the front line and the driving of sophomore Campanella
leadershin qnalities of crafty Henry Russell. Russell, who according to Brady
Wilnore to victory. mentor John Orr still hasn't near- Russell
Surprisingly as well, the cagers ed his potential, put the Wolver- Johnson
borrowed a p ge from their football ines into the lead with a looping f Lockard
counterpart, Bo Schembechler, and jump shot with 18 minutes and 30 E. Johnson
played superbly on the defensive seconds left in the ball game. Tyler
side of the ledger in the second Later; after provoking a Dayton Totals
half holding the hot shooting Fly-Ibench outburst with some ques-

dribbling, dazzled the
h a running double-pump
give the Maize and Blue
read.
t half was a Wolverine
. None of the plays
o click. And their de-
consistent against Ore-
Monday night, resem-
roverbial sieve.

The game started slowly as both verines went down low to Russell, offense with unaccustomed ease.
teams flitted back and forth be- Brady (14 first half points), and After Russell made his layup, the
fore John Lockard netted the sec- Ernie Johnson (13 points). Using Wolverines streaked for six straight
ond of two charity tosses. After their overwhelming height Mich- points, making the tally 67-60. It
that the Wolverines were not to igan muscled in for the short shots. was not until the Wolverines' bench
see the lead in the first half. But the lack of defense hurt. was handed the scarlet 'T' for a
Mike Sylvester, a 6-5 forward av- Lockard, getting the starting nod technical foul did the Flyers net
eraging 18 points 'a game, pierced for the first time this campaign, a point. But even this setback
the Wolverine defense for a va- drew three quick whistles and went could not stop the Wolverine on-
riety of jumpers, hooks, and tip- benchward early. slaught.
ins for 20 points as the Flyers at
one point pushed the Wolverines 11 THE DAYTON charge started for BRADY, muscling in for a cou-
points to the rear. real with 6:18 remaining in the ple of tough inside buckets, put
Sylvester wasn't the only Flyer half. Led by Smith and Sylvester, the Maize and Blue up by ten with
finding the mark, however, as the Flyers pounded to an 11 point 5:02 remaining. The Flyers, their
guard Don Smith used his left- lead with a minute and a half left wings clipped, quickly called a
handed jumper to harry Wolver- on the clock. A zone press and time out.
ine guards Wilmore and Joe John- some gutty driving by Russell and After a couple of traded buckets,
son. To counter the Dayton thrust, Wilmore knocked the spread to the excitement started. The fans,
the Maize and Blue turned to a three at the buzzer, 48-45 Dayton. screaming their collective and in-
4-1-2 zone, which at times worked The second half started off as a dividual lungs out, filled the Day-
well. "rack 'em up" affair as the Wol- ton Arena with a cacophony of
For their offensive part the Wol- verines moved back with lay-ups Flyer sounds.
by Joe Johnson and Wilmore off Smith netted two from way out
explodes the press to give the Wolverines an and just like that the scoreboard
Gahm 7 1.2 z early 49-48 advantage. showed Michigan's lead to be ten-
Sylvester 13-18 1-2 3 28 But super-shooter Sylvester was uous, standing at 79-74. Russell
von Lehman 3-9 1-2 8 7 not at all through as he came back tagged Allan Elijah with 2:29 re-
Fisher 0-8 0-0 6 a with a couple of picture-book jump- maining but the Michigan prep
Elijah 3-10 1-2 12 7 ers. Smith added his share with star could not convert for the
Bitter0--3 00-0 64gieFyr'
Grigsby0 0 00 0 a jumper to give the hard-running Flyers'
Lawrence 0-0 0-0 0 0 Flyers a 56-55 advantage with 15:24 Smith hit again from the outside
Totals 36-76 6-9 42 78 showing on the clock. and the Wolverine lead looked
MICHIGAN 45 36-81 However, it was the newly, in- shaky at 79-76. But when Ernie
Dayton 48 30=-78 stituted zone defense that turned Johnson pulled down a Flyer shot,
Attendance: 13,452 the tide for the Wolverines. Forc- ? the Wolverines stood in fine shape.
ing long jump shots and shucking In desperation Elijah fouled
off the hot-handed Sylvester, the Brady and the big fella converted,
j defense acquired the ball for the clinching the win.

Big Brady

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Rebound struggle
Reserve forward Bryan Ashbaugh (44) of the Northwestern Wild-
cats snares a rebound over Ohio University's Dennis Rusch in the
Bobcats', victory last night. Rusch pumped in 17 markers, many
of them coming on offensive tips. See Page 8 for details.

iti 3/Worth

The front line . -
.comes through big
Randy Phiips -
Special To The Daily
DAYTONI
WHEW! MICHIGAN pulled out a tough one last night against
the surprisingly'" scrappy Dayton squad, and it was the j
Wolverines front line that did the job on the Flyers. Campy!
Russell, Ken Brady and Ernie Johnson combined for 66 ofI
Michigan's 81 points and pulled off 28 caroms.
The big force was Brady who dominated the area around
the bucket on defense and pumped in 24 points. The big man
had a reversal of his Brigham Young performance where he
was out-jumped and out-muscled by Kresimir Cosic.
Coach Johnny Orr praised Brady, saying "He played a
great game." It must be realized however that Dayton is
much smaller than Michigan up front and has recently been
maligned for lack of board strength after a recent lop-
sided loss to Louisville.
For the second straight game it was the Big "E" who got
the Wolverine offense rolling. Ernie came in off the bench after
starter John Lockard drew three quick personals in five minutes.
Arms swaying and energetic as always, Johnson broke free
for several open shots under the basket to lead a Michigan
comeback at the end of the first half
Johnson was benched at the start because Orr wanted to
give, Lockard a chance to get himself together. Orr said that
Lockard "is having a. tough time coming in off the beinch."
That's an understatement. Orr feels that' he needs Lock's
boarding strength to win the Big Ten.
Russell looked looser on offense and had a fine day on
the boards, but Campy still hasn't let loose like he can. He
had trouble again with fouls-three charging calls-and all
were blatant ones, but Campy seems to be moving better
now.
For once the Wolverines were moving well both on offense
and on defense. After a sluggish start when Michigan fell 11
points behind, the Wolverine cagers came alive. Mixing in a
zone press with an occasional two-one-two zone defense and a
hustling fast break, the Wolverines' whittled that lead to three
points at the intermission and kept coming in the second half.
Orr's defensive changes kept the Flyers off balance just
enough to temporarily cool down hot shooting Don Smith and
Mike Sylvester. And those two were red hot all the night.
Smith and Sylvester ripped the courts with long range jump-
ers for 25 and 28 points, respectively. Smith, a pure shooter if
there ever was one, hit seven of 12 from the field. He was giving
Joe Johnson fits in the early going, and then hit three straight
bombs against the zone to put Dayton only three back with 1:41
left inthe game.
Assistant Wolverine coach Dick Honig called Smith, "The
best player we've played against so far. And Sylvester isn't
far behind:" At times both were almost unreal as they sank
unbalanced long range shots.. Smith is an artist at getting
open shots with his head fakes and moving off picks. Joe
Johnson found this out last night.
The -13,452 fans at Dayton Arena went wild as only Ohio
fans can at every Sylvester-Smith whish, but they also came
down hard on the officials. Debris was tossed onto the court {
several times as the fans disliked the Flyers being called for
seven more personals than Michigan. However, this ranting
didn't rattle Michigan, especially Wilmore, who on one occasion
coolly stole the ball after a boisterous display by the crowd and
fed Campy perfectly for a bucket.
Last night's win was Michigan's third win out of a gruelling
four games in an eight day stretch.
"That isn't easy. Winning three of four-that's a pretty
good accomplishment. Maybe this will bring us together," com-
mented Orr. At least for a change Michigan played together.
SCORES

RENFREW'S LAST YEAR

B adge rs

smoke,

Defers

Buck bust
Missouri big man John Brown plucks the basketball recognized
as official throughout college basketball, the Wilson Jet, from
Ohio State cornerman Wardell Jackson (40) in Mizzou's stunning
69-62 triumph last night. Brown was a thorn in the Buckeyes'
side all night, netting 26 points. See Page 8 for details.
BAY UNHAPPY:
Grapplers struggle

By FRANK LONGO But back to the game.
special To The Daily Sophomore Roy Bolles made his
MADISON-"The first nine min- first start ever as a Wolverine net
utes were the best we've ever minder but was subjected to the
skated," exclaimed Wisconsin hoc- same treatment as Robbie Moore
key coach Bob Johnson after last had been the 'night before. Wis-
night's 10-4 victory over Michigan consin unloaded a total of fifty
at the Dane County Memorial Coli- ' shots on net, on many of which
seum here. Bolles came up with some brilliant
But the other 51 minutes did not saves. But after each one that
prove all bad for the Badgers who { slipped by, the crowd shouted its
broke a school record with their I chants: "SIEVE! SIEVE! ".
eleventh consecutive victor y. It Bolles appeared unruffled but
was the first time that Wisconsin had little chance on the rushes
had ever swept home and home Wisconsin unleashed. The first
series with Michigan. time a red jerseyed player car-
Prior to the game the stand- ried the puck into the Michigan
ing room only crowd gave Mich- zone it found its way into the
igan coach Al Renfrew a stand- cage. The Badgers leading scor-
ing ovation when it was an- er, Gary Winchester, swept
r nounced that after sixteen years around the left side of the Blue
at the helm of Wolverine hoc- defense and denosited the disc
key he will be taking a new po- above Bolles right shoulder.
sition in the Michigan athletic Two minutes later, freshman
department. Dave Pay tripped in a rebound
They cheered even more wildly off a shot by Dennis Olmstead, an-
when public address announcer!ofeshmnbyfDrns irstf
Phil Mendel proclaimed that Bad- 'o r freshman,f hi firstwof
ger oachJohson ad een am-four goals for the night. Pay's was
ed t coach ao o rld cup ntam Wisconsin's first hat trick of the
to coach a world cup team season but Badger Max Bentley
made up of American collegiates chipped in three goals of his own
to play later this year. Named to p for another.
the squad were Badgers Bub Lun- fraohr
deen, Dean Talafous and Dick Pay's second tally came with
Perkins. The team will be playing Michigan's Andy Moretto in the
squads from Canada, Czechoslava- penalty box for crosschecking. Jim
kia and Russia. Johnston carried the puck in and
drew the defense away from the
gonl before flioping a perfect pass
to P-iy in front of the net.
Later in the first period Bent-
lev scored his first on another
ower play with a slap shot from
UV U1 just inside the blue line.
Finally, Moretto put the Wol-
verines on the scoreboard when
, I177pounder John Ryan dropped he split the defense and scored
f a 6-2 decision to Kurt Blank, a after taking a pass from Don
i- high school All-American from Fardig with 1:30 to go in that
e New York. Blank limited Ryan stanza.
b to escape points while rolling up The teams had been back on the
h. a couple of takedowns, an escape, ice for only thirteen seconds when
ts and riding time. Bob Falconer made the score 4-2
or Overall, Bay was far from satis- when he pit Rick Mallette's re-
fied with his team's showing. "If bound past Jim Makev.
er we wrestle this way against Penn Moretto then brouaht the Wol-
b- State, we'll get crushed," offered verineswithin one when hescor-
le-j Michigan's mentor. The Nittany ed his sixth of the year on Michi-
ion s gan's first power play attempt.
at Lions bring their four-year dual Wisconsin's Billy Raev, Jr., son
nd meet unbeaten streak to Crisler of the Chicago Black Hawk men-
Arena this Wednesday night. tor, was serving a double minor

By JIM ECKER
Special to The Daily
ATHENS, Ohio-The lethargic
Michigan wrestling team withstood
a scrappy Ohio University squad
last night and posted a 19-13 dual
meet victory.
Michigan built a 13-7 lead after
the first six matches but subse-
quently lost their advantage with
defeat at the 167 and 177 classes
as Ohio moved into a 13-13 tie.
But Wolverine 190 pounder Dave
Curby regained Michigan's advan-
tage with a clutch 5-4 decision
against Bobcat Jack Raver. Curby"
'trailed Raver in the third period
before working a slick takedown
for the win.
"Curby wrestled well for us
tonight," stated Coach Rick Bay.
"He really came through when
we needed it."
Heavyweight Gary Ernst struggl-
ed to a 4-3 success in his dance
contestawith a pudgy Rich Warren.
Ernst, obviously suff4 ing from a
disjointed finger and a painful
snoot, forfeited two points for stall-
ing tactics, but still hung on for
the sloppy win. The Saline heavie's
victory made the final meet score
19-13.
Bay was not pleased with Michi-
gan's performances at the 134, 142,
150 and 177 classifications, even
though the Wolverines managed to
split those four divisions.
Billy Davids outpointed Gus
Malavite 17-9 in a high scoring
affair at 134 pounds. The Hazel
Park senior notched takedowns, a
reversal, a near fall and two es-
capes for his eight point win.
Bobcat sophomore Brian Os-
wald took advantage of a slug-
A sh Bill Schuck and chalked up
a superior 13-3 decision. The 142
pound Schuck inst did not have it
last night as Oswald maneauver-
ed for a series of take downs,
reversals, and predicaments.
Two time Big Ten champ Jerry

For the second straight week,
Jim Brown started Michigan of
with a solid 12-2 superior deci
sion. Yesterday, the Akron nativ
manhandled Ohio U soph Bob
Applebaum throughout the match
Michigan lost the two contes
in which substitutes wrestled f
injured regulars.
At 126, sophomore Jay Hubn
filled in for Jeff Guyton and at
sorbed an 11-4 thrashing from d
fending MAC 118 pound champio
Rich Panella. John King went
167 in place of Roger Ritzman an
lost to Bruce Hrycyk, 6-3.

for elbowing and crosschecking but through yet, and with the crowd
had been in the box for only six chanting, "We want more," they
seconds when Moretto turned on popped in four more goals, includ-
the red light. ing another shorthander, and Pay's
His penalty time was equalized fourth in the final minute.
to two minutes, but then Norm "I couldn't be any happier with
Cherrey broke around Tom Linds- our record at this point," touted
kog to score a shorthand goal. Coach Johnson. And well he should
Michigan applied great pressure be. Notre Dame defeated Denver
for the remainder of the power 8-6 to give the Badgers full pos-
play but was unable to put the session of second place in the
puck past Makey. WCHA.
Pay and Bentley added a couple Needless to say, Michigan re-
more Badger tallies to up the mained mired in ninth place with
Wisconsin lead 7-3. four points.
Julian Nixon broke away at the Michigan takes a break from
beginning of the third period but conference action for almost a
Makey forced him to wait too long month, but in the meantime hosts
before he shot and the puck sailed Western Ontario this weekend and
wide of the goal. also participates in the Great
Gordie Cullen tallied Michigan's Lakes Tournament to be held in
final goal but Wisconsin wasn't Detroit over the semester break.
Badgered again
FIRST PERIOD (tripping), 8:52. 6. M - Sarazin (high-
SCORING: 1. W - Winchester (Lun- sticking), 10:34. 7. W - DePrez (rough-
deen, Machowski) :23; 2. W - Pay ing), 14:09. 8. M - Werner (roughing),
(Olmstead 2:34; 3. W - Pay (John- 14:09.
ston) 6:15; 4. W - Bentley (Lundeen) THIRD PERIOD
14:22; 5. M - Moretto (Fardig, Cullen) SCORING: 11. W - Bentley (Tala-
18:32. fous) 89:26;12. M - Cullen (Moretto,
PENALTIES: . 1M - Moretto (cross- Mallette) 8:42; 13. W - Aundeli '13:
checking) 5:23; 2. M - Dufek (inter- 43; 14. W - Pay (Johnston, Olmstead)
ferenee) 13:19. 19:10.
SE) OND:PE.IOD PENALTIES: 9. M - Fox (interfer-
SECOND PERIOD ence) 6:58; 10. M - Dunbar (roughing)
SCORING: 6. M - Falconer (Mal- 6:59; 11. W - Johnson (roughing) 6:59;
lette, Lndskog) :13; 7. M - Moretto 12. W - Mahowski (charging) 1=2;
(Cullen, Mallette) 3:55; 8. W - Cher- 13. W. - Alley (slashing) 15:56.
rey (Dool) 5:34; 9. W - Pay (Bentley, SCORING
Talafous) 12:46; 10. W - Bentley (Ar- MICHIGAN 1 2 1-4
undel) 13:48. Wisconsin 4 3 3-10
PENALTIES: 3. Wis.-Reay (elbow- SAVES
ing, crosschecking), 3:49. 4. W - Tala- M-Bolles 17 14 9--40
fous (holding), 6:57. 5. M - Dunbar I W-Makey 7 15 10-32
Tankers bla/st Ilini;
frosh Szuba excels
By CHUCK BLOOM
Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN-"That Tom Szuba is one helluva swimmer," said
Illinois coach Don Sammons after his squad had been defeated by
Michigan 69-54 in swimming action yesterday.
Szuba, the Dearborn frosh flash won three individual events and
sparked the Wolverine win over the improved and "fighting" Illini.
His performance denied Illinois its first dual win over Michigan.
"He (Szuba) is so versatile that Bus (Stager) can use him anywhere
and win," Sammons stated. "He was definitely the difference. He is
going to be a great swimmer soon."
The meet started well for the Wolverines as they cracked the pool
record for the 400 ygrd medley relay. Don Peterson, struggling over a
cold, Larry Day, Stu Isaac, and Ray McCullough turned in a time of
3:36.4 to beat out a determined Illini quartet.
Szuba won the 1000 yard freestyle with a time of 10:00.3, which
included a time of 56.9 for the last hundred yards. Dan Fishburn
finished third.
Illinois was an inspired team and it showed in their five new
varsity records. George Congreve won the 200 yard freestyle with
fellow Illini Jim Fieldhouse second. Mark Anderson finished third for
the Wolverines. Greg Scott, one of the many fine freshmen for Illinois
swam a smart, evenly paced race to beat Day in the 200 yard butterfly.
Congreve and Fieldhouse finished one-two again in the 100 yard free-
style.
But when the chips were down Szuba was there. He and Isaac were
one-two in the 200 yard individual medley. Szuba touched out Isaac
in the last five feet. Szuba also won the 200 yard backstroke as the
lone Wolverine entrant.
Newly discovered 50 yard freestyler McCullough won his second
consecutive race over some fine Illini sprinters. Pat Stevens surprised
Illinois' Joe Tanner, tying him for second place.
Isaac won the 200 yard breaststroke which was definitely not a
surprise, with teammate Pat Bauer placing second.
Diving was another sweep for Michigan with junior Steve Schen-
thal winning both the one meter and three meter events. Pete Agnew
was second in the one meter and third in the three meter. Senior Chris
Newcomer was second in the three meter.
All those divers have met the NCAA diving standard in their first
week of action. The diving which was erratic last year seems to have
improved early this season, and this was without either top diver
Joe Crawford or Coach Dick Kimball.
The meet ended with Michigan losing a meaningless 400 yard free
style relay as the outcome was already decided.

College Basketball
MICHIGAN 81, Dayton 78
Wisconsin 87, South Dakota 63
Detroit 79, IllInois 77
Purdue 101, TCU 70
Marquette 82, Memphis St. 79
Ohio U. 74, Northwestern 69
Kalamazoo 64, Principia, Ill. 57
Ferris 77, Central Michigan 74
Eastern Michigan 79, Wheaton 75
Fordham 78, Florida 09
Delaware 82, Lehigh 57
Unitey 115, Ricker 57
Boston U. 78, Maine 70
RPI 113, Brooklyn Tech 50
Oregon State 82, Long Island U. 71
Indiana 64, Kentucky 58
Nebraska 57, Air Force 53
Florida State 97, Biscayne 62
Missouri 69, Ohio State 62
Niagara 100. Bowling Green 77
Pitt 65, S. Illinois 63
Kent Sate 64. Columbia 53
Miami 63, Cincinnati 61
Toledo 90, Cleveland State 78
St. John's, N.Y. 108, Georgetown 69

'Cquinas 64, Heidelberg 54
Northwood Inst. 103, Detroit Tech 94
Louisville 90, Butler 67
Tulsa 89, Kansas State 79
Rutgers 86, Connecticut 72
Penn 58, Navy 39
Providence 94, St. Francis 59
Princeton 82, Davidson 78
Colgate 77, Cornell 68
Clemson 89, Presbyterian 68
Utofsfra 81, Southhamupton 73
Northern Illinois 88, Wichita St. 79
Ball St. 92, Capitol 65
BVU 101, Wisconsin-Mil. 83
Hardin-Simons 59, Idaho State 56
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Picnee r Bowl - Tennessee State
35, Drake 7
Grantland Rice Bowl - Louisiana
Tec-h 35, Tennessee Tech 0
Camellia Bowl - North Dakota
38, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo 21
Boardwalk Bowl - Massachusetts
35, California-Davis 14
North Carolina 28, Florida 24
NHL

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