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Friday, January 14, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pace

Nine

Friday, January 10, '1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'High-flying

Wolverines

ready

for

Pioneer

defense

By JIM FORRESTER Gerry Powers is one of the best with goalie Powers, has held their ' The break-a-way, hockey's most And Denver makes use of all
Denver's Pioneers skate into town in the country. opponents to a mere 2.5 goals per exciting play, is enhanced in col- offensive advantages as they pound
tonight with onae Michigan Coach Powers shut out North Dakota, game. The true value of this stat- legiate competition by a change opposition nets for an average 5.5
Al Renfrew feels is "the best team 4-0, the finals of the NCAA isti might not be appreciated in the off-side rule. While a play- goals every time they skate onto
in college hockey." championships last year and was until one understands the rules er still may not cross his op- the ice.
named the tournament's Most of the college game give an ad- ponent's blue-line ahead of the Wingman George Morrison leads
The visitors from the Mile High Valuable Player. This was just vantage to the offense. - puck, he may take a pass across the WCHA in scoring with eight
City have compiled a weird 9-3 one of seven shutouts Powers col- The rule against checking in two or more lines. The play usual- goals and five assists for 13 points.
record thus far in the 68-69 cam- lected last season, a school rec- the center-ice area gives a team ly develops when a defense makes Denver has three others in the
paign. But eleven of those contests ord. On the average, Powers gave the chance to bring the puck into a top ten scorers, Tim Miller, Craig
have been on the road, a disad- up only 1.91 goals in each of the their opponent's end with quite a surprise interception in its own Patrick, and Bob Trembecky. The
vantage to any hockey team, es- games he played. j a bit less trouble than if they were end and clears the puck ahead to four have combined for 21 goals
pecially to the Pioneers, who have The great Denver defense, along being continually banged around. a fast breaking forward. in eight WCHA contests.
had to face powerful Michigan -- - Though the Pioneers are seem-
Tech and North Dakota. ingly awesome, Michigan will put
Defense is the Denver trump g i = up a comparable contingent. The
with1~f J All-America withh Dave Peri an Mel Fal
son leading a bone-crushing con- with Dave Perrin and Merle Falk
tingent of Randy Ward, Tim on the wings has scored 22 goals
Gould, Dale Zeman and Ed Ham- gjj-f - i sta f !* ten gae.c h e ig
EN MN c rtct tve had the 'Production Line' of the
ilton. "They don't let you ge ta . at morning conclavea a
mhany shots on their goal," com the 'Scooter Line' of t h e early
mented Renfrew, "they usually Ite coe ie fth al
stop the puck efre itets By JOE MARKER has appointed him to an impor- Sixties, Michigan now has t h e
Michigan's new head football tant administrative post as aca- Blue Line'.
But as it must, the puck even- coach, Bo Shembechler, will hold demic counselor and recruiting co- Other offensive standouts in-
tually makes its way to the goal, h, Bo schemeeting this morn- y ( ordinator. elude Doug Galbraith with eight
but when most teams start wor- is fi ta meeintyFonde's major functions will be goals and Barney Pashak with six
xying Denver, stops, for goalie ing in that capacity. odsmarfucinwllb
nga Although Schembechler has not to recruit football talent to Michi- tallies.
previously met with his ten-man sr gan and to keep it here o n c e CapTaine en is Paly leading the
staff, he is by no means a strang- - way. Lars Hansen, P h i I Gross,
LOS ANGELES-Penn State er to the majority of his assist- Tom Marra and Craig Malcolmson
head football coach Joe Pater- ants. NIGHT EDITOR: ,Y>. J complete an extremely hard-
no, whose Nittany Lions capped When Schemblechler took the BILL CUSUMANO checking crew.,
a perfect season with a 15-14 Michigan job, he brought w i t h B And as Denver worries little
Orange (Bowl triumph over him six members of his staff from about net-minders, so does Michi-
Kansas, has been named Coach Miami of Ohio, a perennial Mid- gan with All-American Jim Ke-
of the Year by the American American conference powerhouse the nation against scoring ough in the nets. Keough is hay-
Fotball Coaches' convention, which compiled a 40-17-3 record aga rushng. ing another fine season, allowing
Paterno, whose lifetime am- under Schembechler. Young was being seriously con- only 2.3 goals per game in West-
sidered as the successor to the ol . ol e aei et
bition has been to coach at Included among these is Jim dn Miami job untl Schembechler ern Conference competition.
Penn State, then stunned the Young, who wli serve as defensivech With two excellent goalies, two
sports world by turning down a co-ordinator as well as the coach tough defenses and two high-pow-
sports00 e-yacnrc fe of the linebackers. Young brings Joining Young as defensive eied offenses, this weekend's ser-
$500,000 ten-year contract offer >« ee fess hsweedssr
from the NFL's Pittsburgh to Michigan impressive creden- coaches will be two other mem- ics at the Coliseum may turn into
Steelers tials, as the Miami defense he bers of the Miami lefensive staff, a case of the irrestable f o r e
coached last year ranked second in 'Dick Hunter, who will serve as {meeting the immovable object.
defensive backfield coach, and ::; -.
:,The contests will he tight ail the !

-Daily-Jay Cassidy
MICHIGAN'S HIGH-SCORING trio of Dave Falk (12), Paul Gamsby (9), and Dave Perrin (not
shown), will have to be at their best if the Wolverines are to, defeat the defense-minded Denver
Pioneers tonight. Here Falk and Gamsby break through the Michigan State. defense in an early-
season encounter won by the Wolverines 2-1.

Doug Galbraith, f
Dave Perrin, f
Brian Slack,, f
Paul Gamsby, f
Merle Falk, f
Randy Binnie, f
Don Heyliger

GP
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

G
3
5
4
1
0
0
1
2
1

A Pts Phil Gross, d
3 6 Lars Hansen, d
0 5 Doug Heyliger, f
1 5 Al Brook, f
4 5 'Paul Domm, d
3 3 C. Malcomson, d
3 3 Jim Keough, g
1 2 Tom Marra, d
o 2 Michigan Totals
1 2 Opponents Totals

6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
17

2
2
1
1
0
0
0
23
21

21
2'
1
1;
0
0:
0
40
38

SCORES
NHL
Montreal 8, Oakland 4
Detroit 6, Los Angeles 2
New York 3, Philadelphia 1
Pittsburgh 7, Minnesota 2
Boston 3, Toronto 2
NBA
Seattle 119, Cincinnati 110
New York at Phoenix, inc.
ABA
Houston 104, Los Angeles 89

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B. Pashak, f
Don Deeks, f

Sports Beat Sports Beat Sports Beat
By David Weir

Gary Moeller, who will coach the
defensive ends.
Two former members of the
Miami staff will serve as Wolver-
ine offensive coaches. Jerry Han-
Ion will handle the offensive line,
with special emphasis on t h e
tackles and tight ends, and Chuck
Stobart will be in charge of the
backs.

.LI VfCZ l VUJ ' 1 all Ule
way and provide some of the most
exciting and excellent hockey of
the season.
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Hbuilt. Larry Smith, the new head of
a J[ j ii'ouse . . .the entire freshman football pro-
gram, completes the Miami-bred
. not so well contingent of the Michigan staff.
Four members of Bump Elliott's
Not too many winters ago, during my freshman year, the best staff will remain at Michigan, but
basketball player ever to come out of Chicago's prep arenas wore three of them will take on new
number 33 for Michigan and packed Yost Field House game after jobs.
game after game after game. .Frank Maloney and Bob Shaw
His name was Cazzie Russell. And largely because of his per- will switch jobs, Maloney coaching
formance as a- three-time All-American for Dave Strack's Wolverines, nteror fensiveliand Shaw the
Ann Arbor now has a brand new winter sports building. Only George Mans will remain
It's called the All Events Building, and, except for opening game in his former capacity as coach
last year, it's roof hasn't leaked at all. of the offensive ends.
That is reason enough to consider it an improvement over porous Of the four remaining assis-
old Yost. Also, it's press facilities are good and the view from the tants, however, Hank Fonde will
stands is excellent, regardless of where one sits. . undergo the most drastic shift in
Nevertheless, the Events Building is not 'ultime de perfection' responsibility. Fonde served Bump
for the spectators. The following letter is reprinted in order to em- Elliott as defensive co-ordinator,
phasize some of the defects of the new field house, with the hope of but athletic director Don Canham
attracting the attention of Athletic Board members.
Dear Editor:
Would you please instigate some action on the following items The most complete
in order to improve the Events Building? It seems absurd to have supply of
such a costly (but beautiful) building without making these supply(+
things available. NEW and USED TEXTS
(1) The warning buzzer should not be where it is. When it p TX
blasts, it almost shocks and blows the spectators sitting directly and PAPERBACKS
beneath it out of their seats.P R
(2) Scoreboards must either be added or relocated, since
spectators in the "end zones" have to turn around every time they is at the
want to check the score. They are unable to read the boards inS e or
the opposite ends.
(3) During halftime, concession lines are ridiculously long
and pitifully slow. Many people get, disgusted and leave after
standing in line for 15 minutes or more.
(4) Something should be placed in the barren showcases.
(5) Parking in the lot nearby is unreasonably expensive.

COME TO
Student Book Service
and visit
CINDY SZADY
MARY BENNETT
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HANK FONDE, who now holds
the dual post of recruiting co-
ordinator and academic coun-
sellor to athletes.

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One more gripe remains. It involves very little expense, and;
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How about it?
This Weekend in Sports
HOCKEY-Denver at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.
SWIMMING-Minnesota at Matt Mann Pool, 7:30 p.m.
SATURDAY
BASKETBALL-Michigan at Minnesota
HOCKEY-Denver at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.
WRESTLING-Northwestern at Events Building, 3:00 p.m.
SWIMMING-Big Ten Relays at East Lansing
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from 9 P.M. until very late . .
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