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February 10, 1959 - Image 11

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By TOM WITECKI <~. I flUW DU~JI I~ flAlN~.UI
this scorin gdrought the Spartans ploded into stick-swinging and 1 Selinger traded spectacular saves I
Sparked by the fine play Of lit the red light behind goalie fisticuff engagements. Neither j and only Watt, scoring his second
goalie Joe Sebnger, a strong Coyle four times to sew up the Bruno Pollesel of Michigan State goal of the series. was able to
Michigan State team swept a two win, score, wrecking any chance of a
game series from the local icers Following Watt's goal Renfrew or Ed Mateka of Michigan fin- shutout. THE HALLMARK OF FINE
last weekend bY the scores of 3~1 made a last-minute effort to nar- ished the contest because of pen- The two wins boosted the Spar-
and 5-2. row the 4-2 gap by pulling Coyle alties encountered in a wild third tans' record to 13-3 while the 715 North Univi
The Wolverines were not out- out of the net and using an extra period. Wolverines now stand at 5-8-1.
hustled or outskated by the Spar- forward, but this move backfired Score Quickly
tans - just outscored, despite the when Moroney stole the puck in Friday night, before a record
fact that they had more shots on center ice and dented the twine breaking crowd at their home
goal both nights, in the empty net to make the final rink, the Spartans' three goals In
State Line Scores Six score 5-2. the first 12 minutes to take an
Michigan State, and more spe- As It is somewhat of a tradition early lead that was never serious-
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cifically, their number one line in Michigan-Michigan State hock- ly threatened. Both teams had
of Dick Hamilton, Joe Polano and ey games, there were moments several good scoring opportunities -..~ -
Terry Moroney, seemed to have when the hard-hitting, play ex- later in the contest, but Coyle and NEAD@UAI
the finishing, goal-scoring touch
figured in six out of the eight * For LUXURY
that Michigan lacked. This trio
Spartan goals with Moroney get-
ting three and Polano two. For CONVENIENCE NICHOLS' ~
The lack of this touch and fine * For PLEASURE Greenfield at Warren, I
goal tending by Selinger in the Phone LV 1-223
Spartan net were, in the main, R E N T A N EW CAR
[SCORER-Bobbie Watt made two of Michigan's three goals responsible for Michigan's meager
meager-scoring weekend series with Michigan State. The three-goal total. and Week-end Rates t~ yOu're serious about skiing ...an4
Makes '79 Saves Special, Daily, Weekly, Monthly,
ans won twice, whipping the Wolverines 3-1 at East Lansing In a performance described as N serious ottention paid to your o
y night, and then humbling their hosts at the local Coliseum, Al~l I C D E 'T A ~A D *qv;pmentreqviremenf..i~~sk~s, bini
"brilliant" by Michigan Coach Al ~y * ~
R e n f r e w, the Spartan goalie poles, boots, dQthes.~plea~e
robbed the Wolverines from all NO 3-4156 514 East Washington ~ ..~' We know ski~nA . .'. ond specialite
angles, making 79 saves in the
I aii~~ two games compared to the 53 of you select equipment that's rigli
'AA Puck Tourney Ne M~higan~sJbnCoy~ sharp Sat-
fending Champ Ineligible urday night before a near-capa- H ave you r c a r c lea ned
city crowd in the Michigan Coli- WE
~ MIKE GILLMAN kota and 'Michigan Tech are the seum, turning away 14 of 15 Wol- I * *~ - a ~ ~ U - HE
verine shots in the opening period. N ~ n ~ '1'S ~ __
,hat the greater part of the best in this region," is substan- The lone Michigan goal, in the Htm U ~ I ~ ~ SK
has gone by the boards, period which it dominated, came
tially correct. in the second minute of play ml
~key coaches of the old Last year's WIHL cellar dwell- when Steve Bochen took a set-up A ~Af I ONE HUNDRED RENTALS: skis, boots, poles in ASOI
Intercollegiate Hockey
are/looking tad
ahead to the ers, the Huskies of Tech have de- pass from Bob White and blasted IU In A ~ to ~..a r vvasn top condition . . $6.50 (complete outfit for ON I
playoffs at Troy, New York. veloped into a strong team, and a short drive past Selinger, 142 E. Hoover three days) SLOP
LS In past years, a selection by beating North Dakota last Goal Disallowed Complete line of Men's and Ladies' S-T-R-E-T-C-H yvin
bee will choose the two weekend, showed themselves a This goal came while the Spar- Daily 8:00 to 6:00 Sunday 8:00 to 4:00 1 Pants... By Bogner-Libo-White Stag. IN TI
itatives to be sent~ from the likely bet for a playoff berth, tans w6re, shorthanded and just
b seconds after a goal by Michigan's ___________________________________________________ Open Every Evening 'Til 9:00 Except Saturday. wu PROUI
the league no longer in To Hold Convention Gary Mattson had been disallowed _________________________________________________ Plenty of FREE PARKING (LAYAWAYS)
rn, the requirements for It appears that the Nodaks and by referee Ron Sobie who ruled _____________________________________________________________________
by state that a team must Michigan State will vie for the that the puck h~d been illegally
rticipated in 12 games in- second spot. kicked into the net.
~,t least three former F 0110 w i n g the Troy meet The Wolverines were then held
xiembers. (March 12-14), the American scoreless until the 18-minute
Hockey Coaches Association will mark in the third period when
Denver Ineligible hold their annual convention in captain Bobbie Watt slammed
gan coach, Al Renfrew, re- Boston. home a long screen shot. During
tiat this will prevent last _______________________________________________________________
~CAA champion, Denver,
efending their title, since
leers met or will meet only WELCOME BACK TO CAMPUS
the old WIEL members.
he basis of performances
.r, Coach Renfrew's early and as always
statement that "North Da- -'
WE WELCOME YOU TO VISIT US
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