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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 10, 1970

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Annual Membership Meeling
University Cooperative
7:30 P.M. TUES., FEB. 17
Room 3-KLM&N, Michigan Union
ELECTION OF NEW BOARD MEMBERS

By RANDY PHILLIPS
Despite playing better than they
have for quite a few games, the
Wolverine icers dropped two more
decisions this past weekend at
Duluth to run their losing streak
to five games, and a seventh place
showing in the WCHA standings.
According to Michigan Coach Al
Renfrew, "We just made too many
mistakes."
Michigan certainly had enough
opportunities to win at least the
Friday evening match-up. With
the game in overtime, tied 5-5, a
Wolverine icer took a shot that
appeared to have beaten the Du-
luth goalie, but it hit the post and
rebounded away from the goal.
IN THAT extra period Michigan
had more chances to score than in
the entire three periods before,
but failed to convert. Duluth tal-
lied to endtthe match on a shot
that deflected off the cross-bar
and into the Michigan net.
The second meeting ofnthe two
squads was decided in the third
period as Duluth managed three
scores to break a 2-2 tie while
blanking the high scoring Wolver-
ines. Lately Michigan has had
trouble in the final twenty min-
utes of play. Minnesota came back
twice in the third stanza to whip
the Wolverines after being down
3-0 and 4-2.
Saturday night Michigan let

down again in the final period.
It does not appear to be a matter
of physical shape, for Coach Ren-
frew remarked, "We are in better
physical shape now than in the
last few years." One possibility
may be carelessness on defense.
Renfrew said, "When you're be-
hind, you gamble more than you
should." This seems to be the case
not only when Michigan is down
but throughout the later portions
of many games.
DULUTH DIDN'T do anything
unusual or unexpected, according
to Renfrew. There was good hit-
ting in the games, and Duluth did
manage to keep Michigan from
taking as many shots as they
normally do. As a result Michigan
scored under its average both
nights. However, Renfrew did not
see any significant increase in
checking from the Bulldogs as
compared to the other teams
Michigan has played thus for.
In evaluating the Wolverine's
WCHA STANDINGS

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play, Renfrew noticed that his
players weren't moving the puck
around as much as they should.
He added, however, that Karl
Bagnell and reserve Doug Hastings
turned in fine performances in
goal. Hastings played the entire
second contest at Duluth.
FOR THE series gainst the Bull-
dogs, defenseman Tom Marra was
moved to the wing position in an
attempt to stir up some more fore-
checking. But 'Punch' Cartier, an-
other defenseman, was ejected
from Saturday's game for fighting,
so Marra was forced back to the
blue line spot to help out.
This week some more changes
may be forthcoming, but nothing
is definite yet. The two games at
Duluth resulted in only a few very
minor injuries which will not keep
anyone from skating this coming
weekend in a series at Wisconsin.
Coach Renfrew summed up the
remainder of the season by com-
menting, "We will try to win as
many as we can, and get "ready,
for the play-offs."
It appears as though Michigan
will have a tough time making
the first division this season,
something the team has done for
the last several years. With all the
WCHA teams being very strong,
the remainder of the schedule
does not present the Wolverines
with any breathers to improve
their 7-9 record.
NHL Standings
East Division
W L T Pt. GF GA
New York 30 10 10 70 179 113
Montreal 28 12 12 68 177 129
Boston 28 12 12 68 199 156
Detroit 26 16 8 60 150 133
Chicago 25 17 7 57 153 115
Toronto 21 21 8 50 150 149
West Division
St. Louis 24 10 7 55 150 122
Philadelphia 13 21 18 44136157
Pittsburgh 17 25 8 42 122 162
Oakland 14 34 8 36 112 172
Minnesota 10 25 15 35 142 175
Los Angeles 9 36 5 23 107 194
Sunday's Results
Philadelphia 5, Detroit 3
New York 5, Los Angeles 1
Montreal 3, Chicago 2
Boston 7, St. Louis 1
Pittsburgh 6, Minnesota 3
Yesterday's Results
No games scheduled.

-Daily-Thomas R.copI
Dave Perrin pokes one in on a breakaway
DEPTH IS KEY
Thinclads eye w]ining season

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By SANDI GENIS
If depth is the key to success
in athletics, then Wolverine track
coach Dave Martin should be look-
ing forward to a very successful
season for his thinclads this win-
ter. In their second regular meet
at the winter season, the Western
Michigan Relays, a number of
Michigan's lesser known trackmen
turned in outstanding perform-
ances in the absence of recognized
stars like captain Paul Armstrong,
miler Rick Storrey, and speedster
Gene Brown, as the Wolverines,
for the second straight week, dom-
inated the competition.
The welcome surprises for Mich-
igan fans came in the perform-
ances of Dave Collins, Reginald
Bradford, Tom Flagg, Godfrey
Murray, and Brian Block. Collins,
a freshman running for the f i r s t
time in the University division, dis-
played convincing speed in the
1000 yard run, taking third place

with a time of 2:15.3. Collins had
looked impressive a week earlier
at the Michigan Relays when he
won the college division 880 yard
run.
Sophomore Reggie Bradford
posted a convincing win in the
college division 600 yard run with
a time of 1:13.6 in the first heat.
Teammate Jeff Bracken, who took
second place a week ago, ran a
1:14.8 race to take third place
behind Bradford.
FLAGG, Bradford's counterpart
in the university division, plac-
ed sixth in his division race after
posting the second best time of
the preliminaries. For the second
week in a row, Murray, a fresh-
man, looked impressive as he
copped fourth place in the 60 yard
high hurdles after capturing the
first spot in both his preliminary
and semi-final heats. Block turned
in a unexpectedly strong perform-

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FR. GERALD J. HUGHES, S.J, Ph.D.
candidate in Philsophy

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ance in the shot put as he beat out
teammate Paul Toran for f i r s t
place with a heave of 49'10", less
than two inches off the college di-
vision record.
Following their example, J o h n
Mann, who Thursday in the Maple
Leaf Open tied the Michigan var-
sity high jump record with a leap
of 6'10", turned in still another
fine performance clearing 6'8"
and copping second place. Mike
Bowers of the Ann Arbor Track
Club took first with a jump equal-
ing Mann's effort in Toronto ty-
ing the state indoor collegiate and
Read Field House records and
breaking the WMU Relays mark,
all of which had been set by
Michigan trackmen. Another Mich-
igan field record, assistant coach
Jack Harvey's shot put mark of
55'3", was smashed by Brian Old-
field, Chicago Track Club star,
with a toss of 59'2%".
In what was expected to be a
dramatic rematch of three of the
big four sprint specialists in the
nation in the 60 yard dash, MSU's
Herb Washington galloped to a
another convincing victory w i t h
his second 6.0 tining in two weeks,
a full tenth of a second ahead of
Jim Green of Kentucky. Wolverine
Gene Brown, the third great
speedster, who was originally ex-
pected to compete, declined to at-
tend in order to rest up af ter
Thursday night's race in Toronto.

DR. DAVID BINGHAM,
University Hospital

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THE WOLVERINES sparkled in
the distance relay and medley
events, even without the aid of
Storrey and Armstrong. Pacing
the team with their outstanding
effort, a juggled distance medley
relay team of Eric Chapman, John
Lowe, Dale Arbour, and Ken How
posted a fine time of 10:00 in
their events, good enough to take
second place behind a tough Chi-
cago Track Club team.
In the two mile relay Bob For-
tas, John Thornton, Mike Imirie,
and Al Cornwell captured second
place, while teammates N o r m
Cornwell, Sol Espie, George Drew,
and Lorenzo Montgomery took
still another place in the sprint
medley.
With only two more weeks to go
before the thinclads must face
the defending Big Ten champion
Badgers of Wisconsin, and only
one final opportunity for the
members of the squad to prove
their talent in individual compe-
- tition, at the Michigan State ne-
lays this Saturday, the Wolverines'
fine showing the past two weeks
should provide some clue to Coach
Martin and Michigan fans and op-
ponents as to the brand of com-
petition and success they ought to
expect.
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Sunday's Results
Baltimore 120, Milwaukee 106
Boston 130, Cincinnati 117
Atlanta 142, Chicago 137, comp. of
Nov. 6 protested game
Chicago 117, Atlanta 107, reg. game
Yesterday's Results
No games scheduled.
Today's Games
Cincinnati at Detroit
Milwaukee at Philadelphia
Phoenix at Boston, afternoon
Baltimore at Los Angeles
Atlanta vs. San Francisco at Oakland

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