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Friday, February 13,'1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Paae.Sev n

Friday, February 13, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pcloe Seve

leers confront nemesis

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Weekend gymnastic fare spells
stiff competition for Wolverines

By JOEL GREER series split with Minnesota fash-
The downtrodden Michigan icers ioning a four-goal outburst in
who have been victims of disgrace Friday's 10-1 rout.

and defeat in their last five en-
counters will try to change their'
luck beginning tonight in a week-
end series at Wisconsin.
It will be a tough chore as
Michigan suffered double defeats
in each of their last two road trips,!
and the Badgers have already
butchered the Wolverines in two
of their three previous meetings.
Again this weekend the icers
will not be at full strength. Punch
Cartier, the hard-nosed defense-!
man, will miss tonight's encounter,
due to a one-game suspension he
received at Duluth last Friday
night. Cartier was given a ten-
minute misconduct for contesting
a penalty call and was slapped
with a game misconduct when he
slammed his stick into the boards
in disgust.
Coach Al Renfrew noted} that
"Paul Gambsby took a shot on the'
foot in practice, and is a doubtful
starter."
Renfrew also discussed the fact
that the team has worked well this
week. "We had a lethargic practice
Monday but we called a team
meeting afterward which straight-
ened that out. Tuesday's and Wed-
nesday's workouts went well."
Wisconsin will also enter to-
night's gable shorthanded. Murray
Heatley, the Badgers second lead-
ing scorer with 16 goals and an
identical number of assists, will
sit out tonight's game due to a
'third period fight with Min-
nesota's Frank Sanders last Satur-
day night.
Heatley's loss will be felt, as he
scored five goals in last weekend's;

Wisconsin is still feeling the ef-
fects of the Badger's all-time .end-
ing scorer Bert DeHate's g'rad-
uation two weeks ago. DeHate
completed his eligibility with 108
goals, including 47 in 1967-68.
Wisconsin's overall threat is
Calgary senior center Bob Poffen-
roth who scored two goals and was
credited with three assists in the
Gopher series. Poffenroth now has
15 goals and 20 assist on the sea-
son.
Sharing the goaltending nouties
will be Wayne Thomas and Bob
Vroman. Thomas is currently the
leading WCHA goaltender with a
3.3 goals against average. The high
leading average indicates the
leagues surge in scoring this year.
Renfrew observed the Badgers as
always dangerous because of their

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JIM KEVRA

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Michigan Tech
Minn.-Duluth
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Michigan State
North Dakota
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Colorado College

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"great goaltending and their over
all speed. Wisconsin is a veteran{
squad and their players are al-
ways pressing."{
Tom Marra, a defenseman all
year for Michigan, will move to
right wing again for Saturday's
game in a move like the one Ren-
frew made last week at Duluth.
Marra was forced back to defense
last Saturday when Cartier had
his encounter with the official.
Tonight, Marra will start at de-''
fense while Cartier riemains on the=
bench.0
Renfrew has ,also decided to
alternate his goalies for the con-
clusion of the season. Karl Barg-r
nelf will start in goal tonight while
freshman Doug Hastings will go
tomorrow.
Looking forward to the playoffs TOM MA
Renfrew was quick to assure that goal in
all 'eight teams involved will have h6ckey g
a good chance to come away with normally
the WCHA crown. With the high has recen
amount of goal scoring and the ward posi
fact that Wisconsin and Michigan frew.
Tech are the only veteran teams,
whoever can get going strong at'
the season's close will have an ex-
cellent chance.
The Wolverines are hoping for
a rise in spirit and performance
in the four weeks remaining on
the regular schedule as they'll
enter the playoffs with a clean
slate.

By BETSY MAHON
Buoyed by their record breaking
164.50 point performance against
Ohio State last week, the Wol-
verine gymnasts invade the Hoos-
ier State for a meet against In-
diana State and Southern Illinois
on Friday night and one with In-
diana on Saturday afternoon.
On Friday night the gymnasts
will face what' Coach Newt Loken
calls their "stiffest competition to
date." Only half a dozen teams in
the country have been scoring ov-
er 160 points regularly and half
of these - Indiana State, South-
ern Illinois and Michigan - will
square off in Friday's double duel
showdown.
In floor exercise, all arounders
Sid Jensen and Rick McCurdy and
specialist George Huntzicker will
receive their strongest competi-
tion from Southern Illinois' Tom
Sardina who earlier this y e a r
scored a 9.4 and Fred Henderson
and Ray Jauch of Indiana State
who have both turned in 9 plus
routines.
The side horse event shapes up

-Daily-Thomas R. Copi

Today's Games
MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
Minnesota-Duluth at Denver
Michigan Tech at North Dakota,
Michigan State at Minnesota
Tomorrow's Games
MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
Minnesota-Duluth at Colorado
College
Michigan Tech at North Dakota
Michigan State at Minnesota

as a battle between Michigan's
Dick Kaziny, w h o scored a 9.5
against Ohio State, and Indiana
State's Tom Neville, who consist-
ently scores above 9.0. Vaulting
will feature Michigan's all around
men plus George Huntzicker and
Ray Gura, who won this event
against Ohio State, pitted against
Bob Ciolkosz of Southern Illinois,
who has scored as high as 9.4.

Loken sees the last event, the
high bar, as the "most exciting."
He will send his all around men
along with Ed Howard and Ted
Marti, b o t h 9 plus performers,
against Southern Illinois' M a r k
Davis, "one of the finest high bar
men in the country" and Indiana
State's Dave Gilchrist.
On Saturday th e Michigan
squad will travel to Bloomington

On the rings Michigan's S i d to do battle with the Hoosiers of
Jensen, who talleyed a 9.4, against Indiana. They have been scoring
Ohio State, will receive stiff com- in the 150's consistently but have
petition from Dave Seal of In- yet to reach the 160 point mark.
diana State and Charlie Ropiquet Indiana has strong all around
of Southern Illinois, both of whom men in Dave Carter and Gene
have hit the 9.5 plateau this sea-
son. Loken also hopes to see "a Taffe but their greatest threat is
sparkling routine" from Skip I on the rings where Chuck Earle
Frowick wno scored over 9.0 has been a steady 9 plus perform-
against Ohio State. er.
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RUDY NINTH
Mavarich nears record
in college scoring derby

NEW YORK (/P)-If Pete Mara-
vich fulfills his dream of playing
in the National Invitation Tourna-
ment, it could enable him to be-
come college basketball's all-time
high scorer.
The 6-foot-5 senior from Loui-
siana State erased Oscar Robert-
son's major college, career record
of 2,973 points almost two weeks
ago and his since passed four of
the six small college players who
were ahead of him.
Maravich is a cinch to pass the
3,294 points compiled by Joe Mil-
ler of Alderson-Broaddus, but with
only eight regular season games
left, the all-time leader, Gram-
bling's Bob Hopkins at 3,759,
#'seems out of reach ...unless
LSU makes it to the NIT.
If the, Tigers play four tourney
games, Maravich would need a
43.0 average .to top Hopkins. If
it's Just two, he would need 51.6.
Maravich isn't the only poten-
tial record-breaker on the college
courts this season. The - only
marks in the 11 individual and
team categories that seem safe,
according to National Collegiate
Sports Services, are individual
free throw percentage, team scor-
ing defense and team rebounds.
Oregon State's 7-foot Vic Bar-
tolome, the field goal accuracy
leader at .687, needs a .630 mark
asuming he continues to shoot
the same number per game to
break Lew Alcindor's record of,
.667 in .1966-67.
Another 7-footer, Jacksonville's
7-2 Artis Gilmore, is averaging
25.2 rebounds a game, just a shade
below the record of 25.6 set by
Charlie Slack of Marshall in 1954-
55.
Gilmore's team leads in three
categories and is setting a record
pace in scoring offense-104.4-
and average scoring margin 31.2.
The scoring record is 99.0 by
Syracuse in 1965-66.
The Dolphins also lead in field
goal percentage at .540.
Ohio State is shooting free

throws at an .821 clip, compared
to the record of .796 by Miami of
Florida in 1964-65.
Tennessee's Jim England is the
individual free throw leader with

a .904 percentage.
Army continues to]
defense, yielding 52
game.
g fg
1. Pete Maravich,
LSU 18 331
2. Austin Carr, '
Notre Dame 19 274
3!. Rick Mount,
Purdue 13 173
4. Dan Issel,
Kentucky 18 229
5. Calvin Murphy,
Niagara 19 223
6. Willie Humes,
Idaho St. 15 176
7. Bob Lanier,
St. Bonaven. 16 203
8. Ralph Simpson,
Mich. St. 17 201
9. Rudy Tumjanovich,
Michigan 16 191
10. Gene Phillips,
SMU 17 172

lead in team
.1 points a
ft pts. avg.
209 871 48.4
127 675 35.5
91 437 33.6
132 590 32.8
152 598 31.5
107 459 30.6
83 489 30.6
114 516 30.4
102 484 30.3
148 492 28.9

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Chicago 122, Phoenix 121
ABA
Indiana 119, Pittsburgh 106
Washington 138, Miami 122
NHL
Toronto 3, Philadelphia 3, tie
Detroit 5, St. Louis 2
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Niagara 77, Fordham 68
Villanova 108, St. Peters 91
Rutgers 89, Lafayette 77
Drake 68, Bradley 65
William and Mary 79, the Citadel 74
Army 60, Iona 34
Ohio North. 103, Hillsdale, Mich. 82
Marietta 82, W. Va. Wesleyan 66
W. Va. St. 101, Bluefield State 93
Georgetown, D.C. 94, New York 72
Cincinnati 84, Wichita State 57
Muhlenberg 119, Moravian 67
Va. Tech. 80, Athletes in Action 71
Marquette 66, St. Louis 54
Louisville 77, Tulsa 67
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