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PAGE TWO

TH'E MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1968

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- MSU Tough, I
1s (Coytinlued from Page 1)
and will celebrate his eligibility
Swith his first turn in the net.
Three fast shooting forwards,
4 sophomore Bill Watt, junior Ken
Anstey, and senior Nino Christo-
foli led Renfrew to comment,
"We'll have to work on fore-
checking to stay in the game.
Then, too, our forwards will have
to come back and cover."
The Wolverine coach has a
few tricks up his own sleeve-
rearranged lines. The first line!
Friday will start Jerry Hartman,
Barney Pashak, and Doug Glen-
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It All HSm

'ast': Renfrew
dinning. Doug Galbraith, the
team's leading scorer with 17
points, will lead the second line
along with Mike Marttila and
Ron Ullyot, who trails Galbraith
with 12 points. Al Brook, Randy
Binnie, and Bruce Koviak form
the new third line. Forward Dave
Perrin, down with the flu, will
be the only iceman definitely not
seeing action this weekend.
Even though Sparty won't be
there, a rookie goalie for the
Green and new lines for the Blue,
as well as the unexpected will
keep the rivalry in high gear.

Keough Named Most Valuable,
Stops 43vShots by Wisconsin
(Continued from Page 11 tending kept us in the game, but off the sticks of Doug Galbraith,
Hartman. Binnie blistered a we just didn't have the offensive Barney Pashak and Binnie. The
twenty-footer past Gopher net- power to penetrate Minnesota's Wolverines dominated every as-
minder Murray McLachlan after defense." pect of the contest, and even helm
taking a perfect pass from Hart- The victory over Wisconsin in a 10-5 edge in penalties.
man at the blueline. the semi-finals was a different The Badgers lost the consol-
But Minnesota iced the victory story altogether as the Wolverines ation game to Michigan State,
early in the final period on a exploded for eight goals and 4-3. while hapless Ohio State
goal by Larry Paradise. Keough closed the door on all finished last in the five-team
Renfrew wasn't too disappointed 43 shots by the Badgers. standings. The tournament was
about the loss, however, since Marttila led the Michigan at- the first of its kind in Big Ten
Deeks, Perrin and Koviak all were tack with a fantastic total of history, and was the first step
out of the lineup. "We played four goals and two assists. in the development of a Big Ten
well," he stated "Keough's goal- The other three markers came puck league.

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Michigan's crack two-mile relay
team took a quick trip to Mobile,
Ala., last week, and waltzed away
with a surprisingly easy win in
the Senior Bowl Invitational
track meet.
The four-man squad, composed
of Tom Kearney, Alex McDonald,
Ron Kuchinsky, and Paul Arm-
strong, turned the distance in
7:27.0, just .6 seconds off the
world record for the indoor event.
The foursome was expected to

f a c e Tennessee's highly-rated
thinclads in the meet, but the
Vols decided against competing
in the relay event at the last min-
ute. The Wolverines proved they
could run without competition,
however, as they defeated the
second-place team by 20 seconds.
This squad is essentially the
same group that competed last'
season. Only sophomore Arm-
strong is new in the record-hunt-
ing crew's ranks.

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Hold On
Renfrew was ";satisfied" with
his team's performance in the
tourney, but expects a "rough
road right down the stretch'
from WCHA opponents this sea-
son.
"The WCHA is rough as a devil
this year," says the Michigan
mentor. "Every team is a conten-
der for' the title, and at least
three - Denver, North Dakota
and Minnesota - have enou*
talent to rate as great teams."
The Wolverines currently sit
near the bottom of the pack after
a double loss to Denver early in
December, 5-2 and 2-1 in over-
time.
The first contest was a 2-1 af-
fair until the host Pioneers belt
ed out three last period goals to
win going away. The Wolverines
tired easily in the high altitude
at Denver and couldn't keep up
with the fast-skating Pioneers.
Michigan's goals were scored
by Koviak and sophomore Doug
Glendinning.
Thriller
The second half of the Denver
doubleheader was a thrilling game
which featured a 1-1 defensive
standoff until the last two-and-a-
half minutes of the overtime per-
iod.
Keough was "outstanding" i11
the Michigan nets, turning back
41 Pioneer shots. The Wolverines
could not manage a single shot
on goal in the first period and
ended up with only nine shots for
the entire game.
One of those, however, was0
goal by Ron Ullyot midway
through the third period- which
sent the contest into overtime. The
extra 10 minutes were almost up
when Denver wing Jim Wiste took
a pass from Bob Tremubecky and
slipped the winner past Keough.
Blitzed by Denver
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: NONE.
PENALTIES: M-Pashak (holding)
8:07; Hartman (roughing) 9:41;
Pashak (elbowing) 13:27; Perrin
(charging) 18:50. D-Zeman (inter-
ference) :22; Shires (roughing) 9:41.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: D-
Magnuson (Genovy, Hamilton)
10:08. PENALTIES: M-Deeks (of-
fensive check) 3: 0; Hansen (inter-
ference) 4:05; Lord (interference)
13:13; Hartman (tripping) 14:45;
Pashak (cross checking) 19:17; Lord
(charging) 19:36. D-Gould (elbow-
ing) 2:00; pfould (misconduct) 2:00;
Magnuson (elbowing) 7:17.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: M-
Ullyot' (Pashak, Gross) 7:39. PEN-
ALTIES: 1M-I-omm (misconduct)
19:29.
OVERTIME PERIOD SCORING: D-
OVERTIME PERIOD SCORING:
D-Wiste (Tremblecky) 7:27. PEN-
ALTIES: NONE.

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Powers
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Michigan
Denver

SAVES
(D) 0 2 5 (1)-8
(M) 11 16 8 (6)-4
Score By Periods
0 1 0 (1)-2
0 0 1 (0)-1

America's Original Jeans

FIRST PERIOD SCORING: M--
Koviak (Hansen) 13:34. D-Patrick
(Wiste, Trembecky) 3:54; Patrick
(Wiste) 15:01. PENALTIES: 'M-
Pashak (high sticking) 4:34; Domm
(interference) 9:31; Domm (mis-
conduct) 9:31. D-Magnuson (high
sticking) 4:34; Gould (holding) 6:37;
Gould (elbowing) 9:19; Patrick (in-
terference) 18:33.
S E C O N D PERIOD SCORING:
PENALTIES: M-Lord (cross check-
ing) 14:16. D-Magnuson (playing
with broken stick) 2:11; Gould (in-
terference) 4:50; Shires (cross
checking) 16:46.
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: M-
Glendinning (Galbraith) 19:24. D-i
Wiste (unassisted) :28; Blanche
(Genovy) 10:01; Gould (unassisted)
14:51. PENALTIES: M-Lord (trip-
ing) 2:06; Lord (cross checking)
7:32; Brook (offensive check) 10:37;
Gross (delay of game) 11:16; Lord
(high sticking) 12:53. D-Magnuson
(high sticking) 12:53.
SAVES
Powers (D) 5 11 2-i1W
Keough (M) 12 9 14--35
Score By Periods

Michigan
Denver

1 0 1-2
2 0 3-5

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