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Wednesday, March S, 1969

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, March 5, 1969

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Thompson's PIZZA Wolvet
O f 5o - After a long wait Michigan sport
ofC o U fans have a winner. Coach Al Ren-
frew and his hockey team won the
SON A LARGE ONE ITEM IBig Ten title with their double
(OR MORE) PIZZA victory over Wisconsin this past
r ; weekend and now have their sites
Coupon expires Wednesday, March 5th set for the nationals in Colorado
ONE COUPON PER PIZZA Springs. But first they must win
. wm.mmm m... ...w................ w...... ...-...... w the eastern sectional of the
WCHA playoffs.
Often a source of dissatisfaction,
the WCHA playoff format has
been revised. Last spring the
coaches and athletic directors of
the eight member schools voted in
Chicago to alter the system. In the
past the playoff sites were award-
ed to the top four finishers of the
regular season.
The first place team faced the
cellar dwellars, the second place
team met the seventh place team
and so on. The four top teams had
the home ice advantage. The play-
offs commenced the Tuesday after
the final league games and in the
event of a tight race, there was
great confusion.
1. Pipe broken? As was the case this season the
standings were not determined un-
No, I'm trying to find tii the final game. Michigan Tech,
where I stashed some dough, with their win over Michigan

Nines strive for national hockey title

State, overtook Denver for the er Friday night beginning at 6:30 sixty minute game." He pointed
league crown. p.m. followed by the championship out that under the old procedure
Under the old system there final Saturday at 8:00 p.m. there was never an upset.
would be only three days for each In both series the top regular While most Michigan students
team to prepare for the games. season finisher faces the lowest, are leaving town this weekend, the
After this initial series, it was while the two middle teams clash. pucksters will remain to meet the
necessary for a second to decide There will be no consolation finals. challenges of Minnesota Friday
the two WCHA representatives to The eventual winners meet the night. Michigan Tech will en-
the NCAA championships. two east coast winners in the counter Michigan State in the
The team officials decided in twenty second annual NCAA first half of the doubleheader.
their meeting to center the play- Hockey Tournament at the famous This playoff appears very close.
offs in two locales. Renfrew said Broadmoor World Arena in Col- Coach Renfrew points out that,
that the officials set the playoffs rado Springs on March 13, 14. since the teams are so close, the
" squad with the hot hand will win."
inp laces they figure would have and 15.s dich Techould be con.
the biggest draw: something that There still is considerable debate Michigan Tech could be con-
is fair and yet can make money." concerning the playoffs. John sidered the favorite since they
This winter Michigan Tech, Min- MacInnes. Michigan Tech hocley finshed on top of the standings.
nesota and Michigan State are coach, is one of the advocates of All three of their lines are sor-
visiting Ann Arbor, while Denver the present system. "The main ing well as evidenced by the fact



plays host to North Dakota, Colo-
rado College and Minnesota, Du-
The hosts are responsible for
determining the schedule. Denver
chose the ,single game route with
games Thursday and Friday nights
and the final Saturday. Michigan
has decided to have a double head-

idea of this playoff system is to
reduce travel time during a period
when most association schools are
either about to enter or are al-
ready in final exam period."
Murray Armstrong, of Denver. is
strongly opposed. He feels "the
top four teams should have the
home advantage for more than a

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your money?
Sometimes I put it in
the flower pot.
4 But that's what you're
doing now.
Not quite. The beauty
of my system is that
I usually can't find
where I put it.

3. What's wrong with the bank?
I'donly take it right
out again.
5. I think you'd be a lot better
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dough into Living Insurance
from Equitable. It not only
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that fifteen men have scored in
double figures.
They have a "good, consistent
defense" according to coach Mac-
Innes and "can check with any-
body when they want to."
The Wolverines must be con-
sidered a threat. Dave Perrin,
Michigan's leading scorer with 17
goals and six assists in WCHA
play, Brian Slack, eight goals and
13 assists, and Barney Pashak, 11
and nine, lead the powerful blue
offense. All-American Jim Keough
guards the Michigan net. The icers S
are hot. They have won their last s
five contests handily, with a strong
attack and a stingy defense.
The secret to Wolverine success
is fore-checking and skating. Vet- G
eran forward Al Brook expressing -
the team's feeling said, "If we
skate, we can beat any team in the S1
country." The team is ready, and
they need to be.
Their Friday night opponent,
Minnesota, is competent. They
sport such standouts as the
league's second and sixth highest
scorers in Pete Fichuk and Bill
Klatt. They have 31 and 29 points
respectively. Also goalie Murray
McLachlan, with a 2.7 goals al-
lowed average, is a standout.
The western playoffs in Denver

-Daily-Andy Sacks
SOPHOMORE FORWARDS Randy Binnie and Don Deeks, who
cored three goals between them in last weekend's series against
Wisconsin, move in for a shot against Minnesota goalie Murray
IcLachlan in a game earlier this season. Michigan faces the
Gophers in the first game of the WCHA playoffs.
State wrestlers Winl
with ease at Big Te 1


Contributing Editor

may not be as close. Denver and
North Dakota are much stronger
than Colorado and Duluth, who
battled each other for last place.
The WCHA has a new tourna-
ment format. The NCAA repre-
sentatives can be decided faster
now with fewer games. Maybe the
new procedure will lead to a new
champion. Michigan fans hope so.

-Daily-Andy Sacks
Wolverine All-A merican Jim Keough



Everyone knew before the Big
Ten wrestling championships be-
gan in East Lansing last Friday
that it would be very difficult for
anyone to dislodge Michigan State
from the conference throne it has
occupied the last three years.
"Of course State will be heavily
favored," said Michigan coach
Cliff Keen before the two-day pro-
duction. "They've beaten all the
contenders in dual meets and they
don't have a weak spot in the
However good the nationally
third-ranked S p a r t a n s were,
though, hardly anyone expected
them to roll up a record 93 points,
in the. process building up a 43-
point bulge over second-place
The first bad omen for the
other conference representatives
came even before the first match
was wrestled, when the pairings
were made for each weight class.
Every State entry except one
was "seeded," which amounts to
saying that State did not have to
face any topflight competition un-
til the semi-finals.
In addition, the actual pairings
themselves "could not have been
better had we picked them our-
selves," according to one East
Lansing press box observer.
For example, State's Gary Bissell
at 123 avoided the bracket where
Minnesota's Frank Nichols, who
had beaten both Bissell and Mich-
igan's Tim Cech, was wrestling.
Iowa, the only team figured to
give the Spartans any trouble at

all, suffered its demise in thequar-
terfinals Friday afternoon. The
Hawkeyes, who like State had/
eight of their nine men seeded,
lost three of their stronger entries
to unheralded opposition in the
opening round.
The real shocker for Iowa came
at 130 pounds, where highly-rated
Joe Carstensen, sporting a 13-2
record, fell victim to Minnesota's
Reid Lamphere.
Likewise, second-seeded Tom
Bentz at 123 and third-seeded
John Irvine at 145 were upset,
leaving Iowa with only six entries
for the semi-finals and little
chance to overtake State, which
placed eight men in the same
At this point, Michigan had a
clear-cut chance to overtake the
Hawkeyes for second place, as the
Wolverines also placed six men in
the Friday night round.
The first match that evening
shattered any such fantasies, as
top-seeded Tim Cech was upended
for the second straight week by
Minnesota's Frank Nichols. By
the end of the evening Michigan
had placed only Pete Cornell and
eventual champions Lou Hudson
and Jesse Rawls in the finals, and
Mike Rubin in the consolation
In contrast to Michigan's and
Iowa's ragged showings, State
placed seven men in the finals,
and in the process actually clinched
the conference championship that
night with 73 points, before any
of the finals matches had been

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