THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THIRD STRAIGHT LOSS:
Gophers Outskate Wolverines, 6-1
By TOM WITECKI
Michigan's hockey team ran
into its usual nemesis, that of
putting the puck into the net, and
consequently lost a 6-1 decision to
a fast-moving Minnesota team at
the local Coliseum last night.
The Wolverines were not out-
skated by the Gophers, who were
reputed to have the best skating
hockey squad in the Midwest; they
were just outscored, despite the
face that they put 32 shots on net
to the visitors 18.
This was the third loss in a row
for the Maize and Blue and in all
three of these contests they have
outshot the opposition by a deci-
sive margin. This brought one dis-
couraged Wolverine fan to re-
mark "too bad they only count
The icers started the contest
strongly, dominating the first
period as in last week's game
against Michigan State, but they
failed to get one of twelve shots
past Gopher netminder Don Vaia,
while Coyle at the other end of
the rink let one of six shots get
The initial Gopher goal, which
came at the two-minute mark, was
a little on the gift side as were
several of their others. Minnesota
forward Herb Brooks let loose a
low bouncing shot from just in-
side the Michigan blue line, Coyle
seemingly had it blocked, but to
the amazement of everyone the
rubber disk eluded the gloved hand
of the Wolverine netminder and
skipped into the net.
Michigan rallied in an effort to
knot the score, but the local icers
Penalties: Michigan, Mateka (hook-
ing) 6:04; Minnesota, R. Rovick
Second Period: Scoring: Minnesota,
D. Rovick (R. Rovick) 9:55.
Third Period: Scoring: Minnesota,
D. Rovick (Alm, R. Rovick) 6:18;
Melnychuk (Williamson, Graftstrom)
8:31;; Anderson (Rantz) 13:15; Benson
(Anderson) 16:40. Michigan, Bochen
(Cushing, White) 19:09. Penalties:
Michigan: Hayton (interference) 7:02.
Saves: 1 2 3 T
Coyle (Michigan) 5 9 4 18
Vaa (Minnesota) 12 5 15 32
were foiled on every type of scor-
ing play-clean breakaways, de-
flected shots and screen shots-
none of which succeeded in dent-
ing the twine behind the Minne-
After a mild second period, there
were only three penalties in the
entire game, the Gophers put four
of eight third period shots behind
Coyle to turn the game into a
The lone Michigan tally came in
the last minute of play when cen-
ter Bob White fought off two
Gopher defensemen in a corner
scramble and got the puck out to
Pat Cushing, who relayed it across
the goal mouth to Steve Bochen.
He in turn slammed home the
In the dressing room afterwards,
coach Al Renfrew looked Justifi-
ably discouraged, exclaiming, "The
boys look good in practice, but they
just can't seem to get the puck in
the net during the game. Just one
goal in the first period would have
been enough to encourage the
team, and we would have been in
there all the way."
Renfrew has no plans to change
the team's lineup when it faces
off against the Gophers tonight
at 8 in the Coliseum in the windup
of the two-game series.
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Morrow (M) 3. Claerhout (I). 1. MacNamie (I). Points.-282.40. ... after the record
' Gmnasts Wh Navy ier, -
gan sweeping the first three
places, with Wolf Dozauer picking
up third behind Marion and
Rounding out his scoring, Mont-
petit added a third in the side-
horse and a fourth in the still
Also grabbing a first for the
victors was co-captain Ed Cole
on the trampoline.
Loken was particularly pleased
with his tumbling duo of Bill
Skinner and Jim Brown, who fin-
FREE EXERCISE: 1. Marion (M),
2. Montpetit (M), 3. Dozauer (M), 4.
Cason (NP), 5. Grace (NP).
TRAMPOLINE: 1. Cole (M), 2. N'ew-
man (M), 3. Cason (NP), 4. Knapp
(M), 5. Clarkson (M).
SIDEHORSE: 1. Schmeissing (NP),
2. Simms (NP), 3. Montpetit (M), 4.
Stahl (M), 5. Marion (M).
HIGH BAR: 1. Simms (NP), 2.
Montpetit (M), 3. Dozauer (M), 4.
Marion (M), 5. Dornseif (NP).
PARALLEL BARS: 1. Montpetit (M),
2. Marion (M), 3. Schmeissing (NP),
4. Simms (NP), 5. Dozauer (M). 7
STILL RINGS: 1. Marion (M), 2.
Simms (NP), 3. Schmeissing (NP),
4. Montpetit (M), 5. Dozauer (M).
TUMBLING: 1. Skinner (M), 2.
Brown (M), 3. Cason (NP), 4. Glomb
(NP), 5. Wager (NP).
Coyle G Vaia
Watt D Riley
Hayton D Aim
Bochen W Williamson
Cushing W Grafstrom
White C Menchuk
Spares: Michigan: Mateka, Nielson,
Childs, Hutton, Gourley, MacDonald,
Mattson. Minnesota: Brooks, Rantz,
Norman, Anderson, D. Rovick, Ben-
son, Johnson, Watts, Alm, R. Rovick.
First Period: Scoring: Minnesota,
Brooks, (Johnson, Anderson) 2:01.
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