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Friday, February 13, 1976



Friday, February 13, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

By TOM DURANCEAU seconds. State's Leon Wil- ure, the
Special To The Daily liams was a tenth back. Mason, I
EAST LANSING - Utilizing A pair of freshmen, Arn 16 pound
great team depth, the Michigan Chisholm and Charles Cr. uther specialty.
track team ran away from the captured the first two places Versat
Michigan State Spartans last in the 70 yard high hurdles for eventsi
night in a dual meet, 87-44. the Maize and Blue. Chisholm grabbed
The Wolverines grabbed 12 tooled the barriers in 8.5 sec- shot pu
first places to just three for the onds and Crouther turned in a He also
Spartans. 8.6 clocking. high jun
Senior Abe Butler led the The Wolverines swept the The V
Bhie assault by being the meet's quarter mile as the trio of Dave high jum
only double winner. Butler cap- Williams, Jeff McLeod and Jim third, Jes
tured the long jump with a leap Grace ran away from their ond and
of 22-7 and the triple jump Spartan opponents. Williams event wit
with a leap of 47-8 . clocked a :48.9, McLeod a :49.1 Gutsy1
In the highlight race of the and Grace had a :49.4. start to
evening Michigan State's Herb After the officials had finish- yard run
Lindsay captured the mile in ed searching for a tape neas- but had t
a classy field. Lindsay won ----
with a time of 4:03.8.


Wolverines Pride of
Randy Foss, fired the
shot 52-01/4 to win his
tile freshman f i e I d
artist Peter Running
a third place in the
t with a toss of 43-0.
finished third in the
mp with a leap of 6-6.
Nolverines swept the
p as Running finished
sse Myers grabbed sec-
Doug Gibbs won the
th a leap of 6-8.
Mark Foster led from
finish first in the 1000
for the Wolverines,
o hold off a fast charg-

ing Spartan Stan Mavis for the
victory. Foster turned the dis-
tance in 2:11.8 with Mavis ieur-
tenths behind.
In the pole vault the Wolver-
ines again swept. Jim Stokes
cleared 16-0 but just missed
the NCAA qualifying standard
of 16-6 on his third jump. Terry
Hart finished second at I5-0
and Lynn Dobosy was third with
a vault of 14-6.
Besides the Herb Lindsay
victory in the mile, the Spar-
tans could manage victories
only in the 300 as Charles
Byrd turned at 31 flat and
in the mile relay.t

Some sloppy handoffs cost the
Wolverines the Victory in the
mile relay as anchor man Doug
Hennigar could not catch the
"We experimented a lot in
this meet and some of it work-
end and in some cases It didn't
work," commented viatarius
Michigan coach Jack Harvey.
"I thought Michigan State
ran well for the smkall amount
of team depth they have,"
continued Harvey. "They have
a few fine Individuals."
Some of the Wolverines used
this meet as a tune-up for the
prestigious Knights of Colum-
bus Relays in Cleveland on Sat-
urday. The Wolverines have had
their two-mile relay team, their
mile relay team and some in-
dividuals invited to participate
in this national meet. Mike Mc-
Gire will rup the two-mile and
Dave Wililams will run the 600
with freshman hurdler Arnett
Chisholm also entered.

His uteammate,v Stan Mavis I-el . am
was second, two seconds ack .B lu e e te
Michigan's mile ace Greg Mey-
er had a tough race and fin- " "
ished fifth. Mike McGuire of
Michigan came down from his
longer distances to grab third
place in the event in 4:07 with
t e a m m a t e Bill Donakowski By JOHN SCHWARTZ
fourth at 4:07.6. sp~ecial To The Daily
MADISON-The University of
Middle distance star Andy Michigan men's tennis team re-
Johnson captured the 600 for corded a 8-1 first round victory
the Wolverines as the lanky over defending Big Eight cham-
junior came from behind to de- ;pion Missouri in the National
feat the Spartans' Tim Klein Collegiate Indoor Tennis Tour-
in the last 100 yards. nament at Madison last night.
In an exciting 60 yard rush, F The Wolvyrines were pacedI
Wolverine sophomore Doug by senior Eric Friedler at num-
Hennigar blazed out of the ber one singles who came fromj
blocks and broke the tape at behind to defeat Trey Mitchell,
a personal best time of 6.1 6-2, 6-7, 7-0. Friendler was down
5-1 in the third set before ral-
lying to a superb comeback.

'rs bounce
loss at the fifth spot while
sophomorehOis Owens, also in
his f i r s t collegiate match,
downed Missouri's Bob Walters
1-6, 6-3, 6-2.
"I was extremely pleased
with Holland's play today,"
commented Eisner. "He played
flawless tennis." Eisner was
equally. impressed with Ollis
Owens' come from behind vic-
all three of the doubles slots
to complete their victory. Fried-
ler and Gallagher combined for
a 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 win over oppo-
nents Mitchell and Rick Flagh.

WOLVERINE ICER Kip Maurer is shown here battling for the puck against Denver in a
game held last year. Earlier this season, the two teams split a series in Denver. Maurer and
his teammates host Denver tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m.


also neededto
turn back his of

Jeff Etterbeek
three sets to
pponent, Brian

Dekers confront Denver

By TOM DURANCEAU Doug Lindskog, Kris ' Manery not the Bobby Orr types. sea
Coming off a pair of tough and freshman Mark Miller. The Denver goaltender is Er- vei
losses to Michigan Tech, the The fourth line will consist of nie Glanville, a sophomore ga
Michigan hockey team will try Kip Maurer centering, Don who was hurt most of last ous
to rebound this weekend when Dufek and Mike Coffman. year. He has been pressed into Sal
they entertain eighth place Another problem the Wolver- service because the Pioneer's "
Denver. ines have had lately is giving lost a goaltender to eligibility ble
After the Tech series Michi- up too many goals. "We have problems. ther
gan coach Dan Farrell stated not played good enough team Michigan split with the Pio- good
there would be changes in his defense, we've- got to stop the neers in the early part of the your
lineup. other team, our forwards have - -
"We just are not getting to play defense," commented
the scoring we should since Farrell.i
Moretto got hurt, we've got Denver comes into Yost with T an k ers
to get more scoring," stated a 12-16 season record and a
Farrell. "This weekend will 9-15 WCHA record. They are By RICK MADDOCK give
tell howtour changes will go, tied for eighth place with North The men's swimming team gtv
wvegttscr.Dakota. Temns wmig;emSa
welingothtoas e dhas two dual meets at home this the
The line that has played well The Pioneers are the worst weekend, and the Wolverines hors
over the last two weeks will re- offensive team in the WCHA. are expecting to sweep both.
main intact for this weekend They have scored only 84 Oakland comes into Matt Mann r
also. It shows, freshman Dan goals in the WCHA this year. Pool tonight at 7:30 and willabeswi
Cormier at center with Bill In comparison Michigan has followed by Illinois on Saturday don
Thayer and Dan Hoene on his tallied 122 times in league at 4:00 p.m. chey
wings. The other lines are F play - second only to league "For a small college," Wol-
changed however. leader Michigan Tech who verine coach Gus Stager said, M
Leading scorer Dave DeBol has turned the red light on "Oakland has a pretty good atta
(22 goals anid 15 assists in the 130 times. solid team." He added, "That and
WCHA) will now center a line I To emphasize the lack of of- team has become very compe- abou
with Ben Kawa and Pat Hughes fense displayed by the Denver titive over the past couple of I]
playing the wings.' Pioneers, 'their two leading years."
The third line will now have scorers are defensemen, but yTHE WOLVERINES are not fort
____________- expecting any problems with !
Oakland, however. Stager com-
.5. i erS mented, "Obviously we won't
Matmen host Badgers have any problems with them.
I don't think Szuba (Tom), Mc-
11Clatchey (Alan), or Downie3
s he contest (Gordon) are even going to
in 1"t nomeI swim~."I
Paul Karas is the standout
By PATRICK RODE son and Harold King at 177 and on the Oakland squad. At thej
190 pounds respectively. King, East-West meet in Florida in
The Michigan wrestling team who sustained a tough defeat December, Karas edged out
holds its final home meet at against MSU last week while Michigan's Norm Semchyshen
7:30 tonight at Crisler Arena wrestling injured, has had his for a first place in the 200 free-
and the season ,is ending with stitches removed but will still style.
stiff competition for the Wol- have to wrestle a bothersome Stager said that there might -
verines. After sustaining defeats mask. He will face either Ron be a rematch tonight between --
in their last three Big Ten out- Jeidy or Bill Benskin, who did: the two swimmers. This way
ings, the matmen now face a well against Michigan last year. Semchyshen will have a chance
tough Wisconsin team. Shuster, along with Rich at revenging his earlier defeat.
One source of Badger power Valley, is wrestling in his last On Saturday, the Wolverines
lies in Lee Kemp, a mid-season home meet for Michigan and will attempt to raise their Big
All - American a n d conference faces a tough Wisconsin hea- Ten dual meet record to 5-1.
leader at 158 pounds. Also con- vyweight, Gary Sommer, who The local swimmers will have
tributing will be Big Ten leader is second in the conference. to stall an upset minded Illinois
Jack Reinwand at 126, Honor- After the "must win" match- sqiad.
able M e n t i o n All-American es, a victory by either Amos: STAGER DOES not feel that
Craig Horswill handling 134 Goodlow at 126, Rich Lubell at Illinois is a threat to his team,
pound duties, and Pat Christen- 134, or Ed Neiswender at 167 esuecially since Illinois has a
son, another Honorable Mention would almost assure Michigan tough meet with Michigan State
All-American, wrestling at 167. of victory. The most likely vic- on Friday night.
"If we stay off our backs, tory will come from Goodlow "I don't feel that they will
especially (heavyweight Steve) who gave an outstanding per-
Shuster, we can win," coach formance last week against-
B i l l Johannesen observed, MSU. . H I L LEL
"But we'll need to be ahead "Goodlow could beat Rein-
by at least six going into wand even though he is the con- Friday Night,
heavyweight to be sure." ference leader- because their
That six point lead means wrestling styles are different," February 13
Michigan must win at five noted coach Johannesen. Rich 5:30 p.m.-Minyan Daveninq
weight levels. Greg Haynes Lubell defeated Reinwand last 5:30 p.m.-Romah Daveninq
must take the 118 lb. victory year, 7-2. 8:00 p.m.-Reform Service
over Jim Hanson, Rich Valley Filling out Michigan's lineup
needs to defeat Paul Siegler at will be Brad Holman who has At H I L L E L-
142, and Mark Churella has to the task of wrestling Lee Kemp.
win at 150 lbs. against Steve Lubell will face Craig Horswill, 1429 Hill St.
Lawinger. Neiswender faces Christenson, 663-3336
The remaining victories must and Johnson will face either
come from Captain Mark John- Jeidy or G. Ashebrooke.

ason at Denver. The Wol-
rines lost 3-2 in the first
me but bounced back to
st the Pioneers in the
turday night game 6-5.
They gave us a bit of trou-
the first time we played
m," said Farrell, "they are
d skaters and a relatively
ng team."

Mitchell, 6-3, 4-6,6-2. Coach Homan and Holland playing
Brian Eisner was elated with at second doubles, and the Et-
Etterbeek's performance, es- terbeek-Owens combination at
pecially since it was his first third position set back their
match in collegiate tennis. respective opposition with little
Buddy Gallagher, playing at difficulty.
fourth singles, recorded a 6-3, By defeating Missouri yester-
6-4 victory while Jim Holman day, Michigan moved in to the
suffered Michigan's only loss second round of play where
at third singles 7-6, 6-1. they will face Southern Metho-
Sparkling performances were dist University. The Mustangs
turned in at both the fifth and finished fourth in the nation last
sixth positions. Brad Holland year and will provide some very
handed Steve Owens a 6-1, 6-2 difficult competition .for the
Michigan netters.



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The lini feel that one big
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But Stager gives his conclud-
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