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Pa9e Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, March 10, 1970

GUARDIAN
Polls, a member of ARM - American Revolutionary Media - functions to provide
movement information and analysis in print to the Ann Arbor community. We act
as subscription agents for The Guardian ... which describes itself as follows:
The Guardian conveys the
No newspaper comes nea ...,.*.. .
the youth movement. Or the I grra ca l 's
women's iberation movement
Or the black worker's move-
ment. Or the worldwide strug- - V I.f i2Ie gl
gle for liberation. Or the an-
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Hockey team

SpS with

Gophers

By JIM KEYRA
The Michigan Wolverine hockey
team continued their consistant-
ly inossan pa lswekn
up against the Minnesota Goph-
ers.
Friday night, a fired-up Goph-
er squad skated to a 4-1 first per-
iod lead and held on to win 6-4.
Thevicor gav Mnet tei
firis WChA confersc hampn-ed
ny te oein me theCA
champions, carried the play to
Michian frm th oeig fae-
ofgh. Minst a's Ksl passin a-
tacked to their first score just-
beforethie four minutes ark.th
Mke Aonvinch womn ahrt facef
deephis thed Mcian enda pad
pushe the puck inl o the core t
Dain Bais.ov Blai wrke thapcka
baHk toMieRINEtS nae ar
ingh point and Kheurtzledt looe a r
wicksl ap o tha igt beat Mich-e
igan gle Karl mk Bagn neyhe
Pshrt sid ed h uk not
hExactl fou minus latkerwithe
thoe Wuolverineg a htn the
Goers wnorkhed simlar plays-
fro bth oher hl dof tee.e
Agagdtinne, icwthe fdaper-
ofee admasedth puck backvein t
poa Print.Rs'sa w deflecte
past Banellrdby Pelai' se.llf-
ing bha ck s the noed t hde f r
firsth go of the ightsju- bfr
Phakcrr the puckr iddtod te
the ntlDos Deeickdu thrsre
mamn Brin S akner b onD-

mais who picked up a loose puck
after a goalmouth scramble. The
final goal in the period came on a
solo effort by Ron Peltier w h o
line andastreaked down the iceluto
beat Bagnell with a wrist shot.
Minnesota to open the second per-
iod, the Wolverine attack began to
jell. Just after the eleven min-
ut mak Dk took a perec
pas fom Pherrinr aheboeps
the de en e a n ca ml wr ie d fo
Meso eita goal Murray M as-
fIane to mae hi moe. Ags M-
top bl ockpose ap ashot Dees
pushd stme pcks mbtehs skat
esWorthe sor We. ie p c'
MeretFlknooka mecpss from Bucky
Strauband stceany bmeatMcach-y
Ian withe a 30 foot wrist shot tot
cutgte Minot lead to 5he-3.
Inm ith thr period, the ph-
es semed onbesonk's teounday
dfenshive hckend ry thngm.
evr en w goaso, w a
With fou 'Woveinu ice

The only fight of the game took I
place in the final three minutes.
Michigan defenseman Tom Mar-
ra and Minnesota forward Larry
Paradise started exchangin wods
i ,an blue line. When conversation
pro ed indequte to sttle their1
gloves and tried to prove their
point with their fists,
Aftrasor skf in whic
TaEraE was avrdey 2-1 spitnde-
csonwa the wuerbot gieng fiv
"mnueajorn' penaltiesndight- s
ingandy ga.me micodts.her d
gamter misonduct penaliemant2
fro Saturdasnight'sonmtdst
Mciachng ho (mCae2 shavesin-
theipher nert. ost of A the sae-s

ginning of the season, I really
didn't think we could do it. I
thought that maybe we c o u 1 d I
break into the big three-Mich-
igan Tech, Denver, andtort Da-
could win."
SATURDAY NIGHT was a tot-
ally different story as the Goph-
ers rested McLachlan and start-
ed Ro Don ini h nes
Minnesota had deonstrated the.
BIn Sctrsthed Wlines wenre
the loose puck and tipped it into
te crert Pau Gamsbth.
wh o kwas cmpejdgfie feet ouid
uthe asadphaw dconsectse o
at gooderis shotI tohpu tiheg Wol-,
verinesl into an a 1- rea igt
Dose hte ropd ne asfh seems-
from close range.-
Michigan Increased their lead

to 2-0 late In the first period.
Michel Jarry slapped a shot from
the point that was partially block-
ed by the defense. The rebound
cae outa infront to Deeks wh
took on the pads, Again, the re-
Pashak made no mistakeon anh
hammered It home from five feet
out.
BA G EL LOSb T h i h utou
mdwaytrg the sd e ondser-it
iod G-oaphe defenseman Ross wast
Bleft unguared hind the.Mch
iga et ad h pcked u a l ooe.
puck nanceed gal boeiu passt
tod Wauoly Ot he wacinge
downr the slt.k-lskltloos ithn
ac 35-fotd a shot that wasunast
Bagel f or gel sheoulde mo.h
ed is elevnty a of the seamo.

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WILDCA TS ON TOP
UCLA etlironed in final poll

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East Division
W L T
35 14 15
34 16 14
33 18 12
31 19 13
26 26 11
West Division
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23 30 10
15 26 23
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Pt. GF GA

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75
63

239 186
196 162
199 162
196 203

71 184 150
56 153 196
53 178 196
44 178 207
44 140 212
30 141 248

By The Associated Press 1
The Kentucky Wildcats, with an
assist from Southern California,.
came from behind and finished
No. 1 for the sixth time Monday
in the final Associated Press week-
ly college basketball poll.
The Wildcats, coached by
Adolph Rupp who is scheduled to
retire after next season, replaced
UCLA at the top by beating Au-
burn and Tennessee decisively last
week while the Bruins split week-
end games against cross-town rival
Southern California.
WHILE KENTUCKY and UCLA
are in the National Collegiate Ath-
letic Association post-season tour-
nament and could meet in the
final March 21, Kentucky ended
its regular season at 25-1 as the
Southeastern Conference champ-
ion and UCLA finished at 24-2
at the top of the Pacific-8.
The Wildcats, who finished
first in the first final poll in 1949
and again in 1951, 1952, 1954

and 1966 - more than any other
team - polled 18 first place votes
and 512 points in the balloting by
sports writers and sportscasters
throughout the nation.
UCLA, which won in 1964, 1967
and 1969, managed only three top
votes and 440 points after holding
a narrow 596-586 point load in
last week's poll although Kenitucky
held a 14-13 edge in first p 1 a c e
votes.
Votes are tabulated on the basis
of 20 points for a first place vote,
18 for second, 16 for third, etc.
St. Bonaventure was only eight
points behind UCLA with 432
points. Jacksonville got three first
place votes and New Mexico State
and Iowa split the other two.
THE BONNIES, 23-1, moved up
from fourth and Jacksonville
jumped from sixth, Iowa and Mar-
quette each rose one notch, b u t
Notre Dame, going from 15th to
ninth, and North Carolina State,

Yoga estcserday's Games
Today's Games
No games scheduled.

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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
1.
19.
20.

Kentucky 18
UCLA 3
St. Bonaventure
JacksonvIlle 3
New Mexico State 1
South Carolina 1
Marquette
Notre Dame
North Carolina State
Houston
Penn ,
Drake
Davidson
Utah State
Weastern Kentucky
Long Beach State
southern California

rocketing from a tie for 19th to
10th, made the biggest gains.
New teams in the top 20 are
Niagara, No. 17, which upset Penn
in NCAA play; Long Beach State,
No. 19, another post-season win-
ner, and USC, No. 20.
Dropping ouIt were Kansas State,
16th last week; Ohio U., 17th be-
fore losing to Notre Dame in
NCAA play, and Cincinnati,

25-i
24-2
23-1
24-1
24-2
25-3
22-
21-4
22-6
25--3
25.-2
21-4
22-S
21-C
22-5
24-3
18-4

512
440
432
350
300
269
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43
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