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Sunday, December 7, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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SOUTHLAND BLUES:

Cage.
By ERIC SIEGEL
special To The Daily
CHARLOITTE, N.C.-All-Aneri-
can Mike Maloy was supposed to
be the big man on the Davidson
squad, but the Michigan cagers
found out that Davidson has a
lot of big men as the Wolverines'
succumed to the Wildcats, 91-85,]
last night at the Charlotte Coli-
seum.
Brian Adrian, a 6-3 sophomore
forward and Doug Cook, a burly'
senior center, teamed up with'
Maloy to throttle the Wolverines'
attempt for an upset.
Together, the Davidson trio1
combined for 61 of the Wildcats'
91 points, with Adrian leading the+
way with 24, Maloy chipping in1
20, and Cook adding 17. They1
were equally strong under the
boards, with Cook picking off 17.
rebounds, Maloy contributing 15,1
and Adrian adding 12.E
BASKETBALL STATISTIcs
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Despite the play of these three__
starters, however, the Wolverines
stayed with the Wildcats until
there were only five minutes left d a I
in the game.
Using their fast break to full
advantage, Michigan came out at
halftime trailing by only o n e
point, 51-50, and battled the
Wildcats even,throughout most of NIGHT EDITOR:
the second half, with the lead JOE MARKER
changing hands a total of six
times in that half.-
But then, with 5:09 left to play it missed two successive shots un-
in the game, the Davidson thun- der the basket. And then Jan
derbolt struck the Wolverines Postma, a 6-5 substitute, hit for
right in the baskets. Maloy hit on two to up the Wildcats lead to
a soft jumper over the outstretch- 83-79.
ed hands of Rodney Ford, who From then on, it was all David-
had held the 6-7 senior to only six son, as the Wildcats, taking firm
points in the entire first half, to control of the both boards, out-
give Davidson an 81-80 lead. scored the Wolverines 12-5 the
It was a lead the Wildcats rest of the way.
never relinquished. Michigan miss- Michigan Coach Johnny Orr
ed its chance to tie the score when M',higA

As Orri said, "We missed some
shots at the end of the game, and
that hurt us."
Michigan also missed an oppor-
tunity to blast Davidson off the
court earlier in the second half,
when they took a 78-74 lead on a
Rudy Tomjanovich jump shot.
But Danny Fife missed a free
throw, and R i c k Bloodworth
traveled with the ball after the
substitute guard took it away from
Maloy.
Davidson then battled back to
take the lead on Maloy's jumper,
81-80.
The Wolverines had built up a
10 point lead early in the first
half, with Tomjanovich and Ford
leading the way. But they couldn't
hold it as Adrian repeatedly hit
on jumpers and layups from all
sides of the court.
Tomjanovich and Ford were

By BILL DINNER
Special To 'I he Daily
EAST LANSING-For the first 37 minutes the Michigan
icers were, as one irate observer amply said, "s--t," or more
subtly put by another, "pathetic."
Then, in what may go down in the annals of college
hockey the Wolverines burst forth with four goals in a minute
and six seconds and held on to defeat the Spartans, 8-6,
last night.
In an attempt to shake the team up from Friday's night's
listless play, Head Coach Al Renfrew eliminated Dave Perrin

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Stelzer
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MICHIGAN
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7-I8
1-3
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2-4
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Ssaw .uavidsons strengtn on tneonce again the high scorers for
boards as decisive, commenting, the Wolverines, sinking 26 and 24
"They killed us underneath. Their points respectively.
size was just too much for us." But once again, the efforts of
Indeed ,the Michigan five man- the Michigan c a g e r s weren't
aged only 35 rebounds to 55 col- enough as they lost their second
lected by the Davidson muscle- close game in a row. Michigan had
men. lost to nationally-ranked Notre
But d e s p i t e the Wildcats' l Dame earlier in the week, 87-86.
strength in the rebounding de- Despite the losses, however,
partment, the Wolverines still had Coach Orr praised the efforts of
a chance to pull off an upset in his team. "We wanted to run them
the closing minutes of the game. as much as we could, and we did
Michigan, which shot 42.8 per a good job running," Orr com-
cent from the floor to 42.5 per mented.
cent for Davidson, missed seven "They have an excellent team,"
shots in the last two minutes of the Wolverine hardcourt mentor
the game. continued, "but we're goodtoo."

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and Merle Falk from the
starting li n e u p, replacing
them with Bernie Gagnon and,
Brian Slack together with Paul
Gamsby.
But through the first period,
after which the Wolverines coast-
ed off the ice tied 2-2, it appeared
to be a repeat of Friday's game,
minus the numerous brawls.
Renfrew summed up the game,
noting that it was a tough game:
"There were a lot of breakaways,,
three - on - twos, two-on-ones, it
was up and down all night long."
The defense was still the weak
spot in the Wolverines' game, as
they simply were unable to get
back in time. However sophomore
goalie Karl Bagnell held the team'
together, and Renfrew had praise
for Jerry Lefebvre who substituted
for 'Punch' Cartier, suspended for
fighting Friday eve.
Gambsy started the game going
at 55 seconds when he took a pass
from Michel Jarry and backhand-
ed it into the net.
The Spartans tied it up two
minutes later, but Tom Marra
picked up the loose puck at cen-

Sweet revenge
HOCKEY STATISTICS
First Period:
Scoring: 1. UNI - Gamsby, Jarry,
Marra) :55; 1. MNS - Gagnon (Roberts)
2:51; 2. CMl - ;Marra (unassisted) 8:56;
2. MS - Roberts (Thompson, Pattullo)
14:08.
Penalties: 1. U.1 - Lefebvre (high
ticking) 1:13; 1. 1S - Swanson (in-
tcrference) 3:02; 2. U.1M-- Pashak (el-
boing) 6:51; 2. IS - Watt (roughing)
12:36; 3. U.M - Skinner (roughing)
12:36; 4. UM - Gagnon (high sticking)
17:18; 3. MS - Swanson (hooking)
17:18; 5. 1M - Jarry (roughing) 17:36;
4. MIS - Wa:tt (roughing) 17:36.
Second Period:
Scoring: 3. CM1 - Shaw (Skinner)
1:59; 3. MS - Thompson (Roberts)
7:51; 1, 1.M - Pashak (Perrin, Jarry)
17:4: 5. UTM - Deeks (Lefebvre) 18:08;
t. 1L_ --Gagnon (Gamsby, Slack) 18:44;
7. U1- - Gamsby (unassisted) 18:51.
I'enalties: 5. 1S -- Sokoll (illegal
check) 4:14.
:31; 5. iMS - (=.tnon (Watt) 8:56; S.
Scoring: 4. MS - Watt (11. Del1arco)
Tird Period:
1M -- Gagnon (Gamnsby, Slack) 9:50; 6.
M - Gagnon (Thompson) 11:07.
Penaltits: 6. 3S - Watt (high stick-
ing) :44; 8. CM1 - Mlarra (interference)
7:3; 9. CMr -- Jarry (interference)
10:42 10. CMt - larra (interference)
7.:IS (.:S -- Ggo (tripping)
1i:46 S; 8. MS - Swnsion (charging)
19:1".

-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
Rodney Ford for the defense

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BASKETBALL ROUNDUP:

UCLA squeezes past Minnesota

By The Associat
MINNEAPOLIS -

ted Press
Henry Bibby

connected on a jump shot from the
edge of the key with 44 seconds
left to play to give the fourth-rank-
ed UCLA Bruins a 72-71 overtime
basketball victory over the in-
spired Minnesota Gophers yester-
day.
The Bruins sent the game into
overtime when Sidney Wicks tip-
ped in a shot with two seconds to
play to tie the game at 68-68.
The Gophers, who led UCLA by
as many as seven points with al-
most six minutes to play, had the
ball with 23 seconds remaining
in the regulation, but Larry Mikan
threw the ball out of bounds on

an attempted pass to Larry Over-
skei.
John Vallely, leading UCLA with
21 points, scored the first over-{
time basket with 4:50 remaining,
Ollie Shannon, Minnesota's lead-
ing scorer with 29 points, hit ai
jump shot at 1:27 and sank a free
throw as the Gophers took a 71-70
lead.
Boilermakers SCalded I
ATHENS, Ohio - The Bobcats
of Ohio University engineered one
of the first basketball upsets of
the young season by sneaking past{
third-ranked Purdue 80-79 yester-
day.

The two clubs exchanged the
lead continually through the first '
half and late into the second with .
neither able to sustain an often-I
sive effort.
Then, with just 1:57 remaining
in the game, OU guard John Can-
ine sunk a 20-foot jumper and
Ohio University was on top to stay

ter, tore over the blue line and
The score was tied 42-42 at the fired a slap from the point past
half. State goalie Bob Johnson to take
The game left Toledo with a 2-0 a 2,1 lead.

record while the Spartans are
now 1-1.
* *Gk r
GaImecocks (lestroyed

Score by 1beriols
Michigan State

-Daily--Thornas R. Copt

Pigs, Goats square off

Truth, justice, law, order and
an antique hog-slopping bucket
are at stake today as Washtenaw
County's law enforcement officers
do battle on the gridiron.
It's Sheriff Douglas J. (for
Jet) Harvey's "pigs" versus Ann
Arbor Police Chief Walter Kras-
ny's "goats" in the mighty Pig
Bowl, slated for today at 1:30 p.m.'
Ann Arbor's boys-in-blue will
don maize - and - blue uniforms,

courtesy of the University, for the
classic tilt, while the deputies will
be wearing the familiar green and
white EMU colors.
Admisison to the game is $1.50
or a toy of comparable value, with
the proceeds going to needy chil-,
dren in the county.
The two teams will square off
at Eastern's Briggs Field, just off
Oakwood St., north of Washtenaw,
in Ypsilanti.

SCORES

Davidson 91, Michigan 85
Ohio State 112, Butler 89
Missouri 109, Indiana 60
Illinois 81, Georgia 70
Toledo 82, Michigan State 80
Southern Illinois 73, Iowa 67
Ohio University 80, Purdue 79
UCLA 72, Minnesota 71
Northwestern 83, Florida 79
Kentucky 115, Kansas 85
Tennessee 55, South Carolina 54
Notre Dame 98, Valparaiso 92
North Carolina St. 105, Citadel 59
Eastern Michigan 73, Detroit 66
Miami, Ohio 81, Ball State 65
Villanova 60, Princeton 46
Virginia Tech 76, William & Mary 65
West Virginia 97, Richmond 92
Georgia Tech 68, Oklahoma City 54
:Massachusetts 90, Vermont 73
Army 62, Cornell 42

Bradley 98, Northern Mich. 76
Pittsburgh 87, Marshall 67
Syracuse 97. Fordiam 89
Penn. 80, Navy 66
Cincinnati 104, Indiana State 82
Boston University 94, Merrimack 91
Air Force 85, Arizona State 69
George Washington 80, VII 78
New York Tech 98, Roger Williams 76
Georgetown 76, Randolph-Macon 71
Louisville 99, Calif., Riverside 63
Belhave 95, Arkansas, Little Rock 73
Transylvania 72, Wabash 60
Cincinnati 104, Indiana St. 82
Syracuse 97, Fordham 89
Mississippi 85, Arkansas A&1 61
DePaul 86, S.E. Louisiana 61
Illinois State 84, S. E. Missouri 76
Augustant, l1. 79, Elmhurst 67
South Dakota 82, W. Illinois 74
Illinois W~esleyan 107, Carroll 56

at 77-76. Tom Corde's final free COLUMBIA, S.C. -
throw with 12 seconds left put mined Tennessee team
I the game out of reach and gave side shooting and free
, the Bobcats their biggest win of curacy last night to el
the season to date. Carolina, the nation's 1
Purdue's highly touted guard 55-54, in a cliff-hang{
Rick Mount was top scorer with 29 ball game.
points. High man for the Bobcats Tennessee's one-point
was forward Greg McDivitt with ed good when, with t'
20 points and the same nunber left, it had the ball out
of rebounds. McDivitt's rebound under the South Caro]l
total was tops for both teams. Bk
* But it took longer tha
Spattans nipped gulation five seconds t
bounds and the ballu
EAST LANSING - Michigan over to South Carolina.
State sophomore sensation Ralph s
Simpson f o u l e d out midway
through the second half and To-
ledo leaped into the lead to hand
the Spartans an 82-80 defeat.
Simpson had 20 points for the
evening, 16 of them in the first
half. After Simpson went out,
Michigan State hit only two of
their next 17 shots from the floor,
while the Rockets went 9-12, in-j
cluding seven straight field goals
without a missed shot.
The Spartans closed the gap to
76-72 with 1112 minutes left, but
Toledo hung on.

Michigan State, not to be out-
done, evened the score as David
Roberts bounced the puck between
Bagnell's legs.
After exchanging goals early in
the second period, both teams set-
tied down to lethargic play.
Then, with 17 minutes gone in
the period the bomb exploded.
Jarry shot the puck into the
boards where State's Bill Watt
battled Reein unsuccessfully for
the disk as he centered the puck
to Barney Pashak who swept it
into the corner.
Twenty-three seconds later Le-
febrve stole the puck and fired
across the ice to Don Deeks who
let loose a 30-foot backhanded
slap shot that Spartan goalie
Johnson barely saw.i

2 1 3-3

Before the fans settled down,
Gamsby, Slack, and Gagnon took
the faceoff and charged in on the
Spartans. During a scrum in front
of the net, Gamsby lifted the puck
into the corner.
While the crowd couldn't believe
what was going on, seven seconds
after the faceoff, Gamsby grabbed
a loose puck, crossed the red line,
and fired a 20-footer from the
point, by two Spartans and over
Johnson's shoulder.
In the explosion four different
Wolverines got tallies, along with
five other icers who picked up the
assists. In all 11 iers picked 19
points, and Gamsby was high
wit h five.

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Professional Standings

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N H L
Eastern Division

New York
Montreal
Boston
Detroit
Chicago
Toronto
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St. Louis
Minnesota
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Oakland
Los Angeles

W L T Pt. GF GA Indiana
14 4 6 34 80 56 Kentucky
12 4 8 32 84 54 New York
12 5 7 31 88 67 - Pittsburgh
11 8 5 27 68 61 Carolina
10 9 4 24 60 51 i1ami
9 10 3 21 62 65?

Eastern Division
W L6Pct.
16 4 .800
16 6 .727
11 14 .440
10 13 .435
9 12 .429
6 19 .240
Western Division
is 16 8 .667
13 11 .542
13 13 .500
's 11 12 .478
8 17 .320

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11 9 4
8 9 5
7 11 5
4 8 10
6 15 3
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Friday's Result
Philadelphia 2, Oakland 2, tie
Yesterday's Gaines
;Minnesota 4, Montreal 3
Toronto 5, Pittsburgh 0
Boston 6, Chicago I
Detorit 5, St.Louis I
Oakland at Los Angeles, inc.
Today's Games
:Montreal at New York
Toronto at Pittsburgh
Minnesota at Boston
Det roit at Chicatgo
Eastern Divislin
incinnati 11 15 .42
etroit 9 15 .37i
oston 8 17 .321
Western Division
,Banta 16 9 .641
an Francisco 13 12 .51
[hicago 14 13 .51
os Angeles 12 13 .48
mhoenix 11 15 .4?
an Digo 9 15 .37
t Yesterday's Gams .
New York 124, enilwaukee 9)
Seattle 132, Baltimore 129, o.t.
Chicago 116, Boton 114
Los Angeles at San Diego, inc.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia, inc.
Todays Games
Ata tLos Angelesn1ignc
Diet roit at Phoenix

Last Night's Results
New Orleans 112, Miani 104
Denver at Washington, inc.
Today's Games
Indiana at Los Angeles
Carolina at Miami
Pittsburgh at Kentucky
Denver at New York
Dallas at Washington

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