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Koviak Nets Hat Trick as Wolverines Lose

Myers, Darden Haul Down 38 Rebounds;
Cazzie Leads Offense with 40-Point Blitz

By JIM TINDALL
Special To The Daily
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Mich-
igan's hockey team came back
from four different two-goal defi-
cits last night, but it was never
enough as the Wolverines dropped
their second straight to the rugged
Sioux of North Dakota by a 7-4
score.

igan and Brian Strimbiski of the
Nodaks were handed one 'game
suspensions for fighting. Through-
out the hard-fought game there
were hints that such a free-for-
all might break out-and it did at
9:23 after a scuffle in the North
Dakota goal mouth. North Dakota
goalie Mike Curran got mixed up
in the fistsacuffs and was handed

Holiway To Quit Coaching
Bob Holiway, a 12-year veteran of the Michigan football
coaching staff has reportedly decided to retire from coaching
to enter private business.
Hollway, who is 39, has been the defensive strategist and
right arm to Bump Elliott for the past seven seasons and assisted
Bennie Oosterbaan before that.
Although no official announcement has ,been made, Holl-
way has indicated that he has accepted a position as a manu-
facturer's representative with the Detroit firm of Crawford-
Mazer.
Hollway's decision comes as a surprise in that he was one
of the finalists for a head coaching job at Oregon State last
season, and was reportedly offered another head coaching job
last fall.

later to put the Sioux out in front.
Michigan had to fight back from
behind from the first period on as
Bruce Koviak continued his scor-
ing rampage, tallying the Wolver-
ines only two goals of the period.
Friday night Koviak hit the nets
twice to get the Wolverines back
in the game and he went right on
making himself unpopular with
the freezing Sioux fans. His first
goal came at 8:09 when he con-
verted a rebound that goalie Cur-
ran had kicked out after a glove
save on Lee Marttila's shot. Ko-
viak tallied again late in the per-
iod as he hit on a 18-foot slap
shot from the left of the cage,
Michigan continued its come-
from-behind tactics in the second
stanza as Koviak completed his
hat trick at 8:12 after Michigan
had swarmed around the North
Dakota goal for over a minute.
Bob Baird scored Michigan's last
goal of the night at the 19:43
mark to cut the margin to5-4.
North Dakota had the edge in

play during most of the period as
Herman had to come up with saves
on three consecutive breakaways
as the defense, without Hank
Brand, who did not make the trip,
began to drag.
In Front by Two
The North Dokta goal which put
the Sioux out in front by two goals
for the third time was scored
after a shot bounced off Herman's
chest and was piled up in the net
by his own defenseman leaving
the entire left half of the net
open for Strimbiski.
The second North Dakota score
was on a breakaway that Herman
didn't stop after some neat stick
work by flashy Dennis Hexstall.
North Dakota added two more
tallies to pad the 5-4 lead as Terry
Casey and Rich Ulvin both scored
in the last period.
Michigan will face league-lead-
ing Michigan Tech in a two game
home series this weekend with
both games at 8 p.m. in the
Coliseum.

BRUCE KOVIAK

The temperature dropped to 25
below zero INSIDE at the opening
face-off last night and found the
Wolverine players better than Fri-
day night but a tired defense kept
them from dominating the play.
The loss forced Michigan to
yield second place in the WCHA
standings to the Nodaks by a slim
margin of .082 percentage points.
Michigan now stands at 5-3 in
conference play while North Da-
kota is on a four game hot streak
giving them a 10-4 record.
The third period was delayed for
over 20 miuntes by two separate
brawls that resulted in six men
sitting in the penalty box at one
time. Both Bob Ferguson of Mich-

a two minute roughing penalty.
Michigan was outshot (in total
shots) by almost a two-to-one
margin, and it took some great
goaltending by sophomore Harold
Herman to keep the Wolverines in
the game.
North Dakota picked up where
they left off in Friday night's
third period when they
cane roaring away at the opening
face-off and racked up two goals
in 52 seconds after six minutes
of rough, hard skating. Strimbiski
rattled the nets first at 6:02 when
Michigan's Tom Schiller was cool-
ing his skates in the penalty box.
Paul Rygh added a 20-foot goal
on a tough angle shot seconds

BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Iowa Halts State; OSU Wins

By The Associated Press
IOWA CITY-Iowa broke open
a tight game late in the first
half ,then continued a rampage
after intermission to hand Michi-
gan State its first Big Ten basket-
ball defeat 90-76 yesterday.
The lead changed hands six
times during the first 10 min-
utes before Iowa moved ahead
for good at 20-19.
The Hawks, in snapping a three
game Spartan winning streak in

conference play, held only a one
or two point margin until streak-
ing to a 42-33 command during
the last few minutes of the open-
ing half.
Large Margin
Iowa maintained a big margin
through most of the secondhalf,
although Michigan State man-
aged to cut the deficit to 63-57
with 8:46 left in the game.
The victory was the second in
four Big Ten games for the
Hawkeyes, who are 10-3 overall.
Michigan State is 10-4 for the
season.
Dennis Pauling paced Iowa's
scoring with 21 points, 14 in the
second half. Chris Pervall had 17
and George Peeples had 16.

Vander Voort, Jacobs Shine in Flint Open

COLUMBUS - Ohio State re-
serves came off the bench in the
second half yesterday and pro-
vided the impetus that carried the
Buckeyes to a 79-73 Big Ten
basketball victory over North-
western.
Mike Swain, Al Peters and Al
Rowley contributed 21 key points
late in the contest that proved the
difference against a scrappy Wild-
cat quintet.
The Bucks, winning for the first
time in league play after two
losses, held the upper hand most
of the way but never by a com-
fortable margin
Hosket High Man
Sophomore Bill Hosket, who
took scoring honors for the game
with 23 points, contributed 16 in
a first half assault that saw Ohio
State take a 37-35 lead at inter-
mission.
Northwestern's Ron Kozlicki
scored the first six points of the
second half that put the Wildcats
in a short lived lead, and the con-
test was tied five times after that.
But the visitors suffered a tell-
ing blow when Kozlicki, who fin-
ished with 17 points, sustained an
injury that forced him to the
sidelines with 13 minutes still to
play.

(Continued from Page 1)
still Cazzie."
Kundla had no special plans for
Michigan. He wanted his team to
go out and just play their game.
He had Lou Hudson, cast and all,
defensing Russell for most of the
game because of his height. When
Wes Martins, a 5'11" guard, was
in he lineup with Clark, Hudson
moved to defend at forward and
Clark picked up Russell.
Greetings
Hudson, making his entrance to-
the arena late, was greeted by
applause from the stands. (Rus-
sell, on the other end of the floor,
was practicing lefty shots at the
time.) The cast on his..right arm,
running from the palm to just
below the elbow, protects the
thumb and wrist area.
"The problem," said Hudson
afterhthe game, "is that I can't
move my wrist at all. I lose ac-
curacy at any distance."
He was supposed to stay out-
side if he could during the game,
but he saw that he had to move
in to the boards. "It really wasn't
as rough as it must have looked,"
he said. "It's just a matter of
getting good position .and
getting lucky."
But rebounding with one hand
is no fun and games.
One of the Best
"I have to sympathize with a
great player like Hudson," said
Strack. "He has to be one of the
five best in the country. But with
that cast on, what canhhe do?
"We knew that he'd have to get
inside to hurt us. We tried to keep
him at least 10 feet out."
This worked well enough. Hud-
son's first points came with nine
minutes gone in the opening per-
iod, when he pulled in a pass on
a wide open fast break, seemed
to have muffed the play when he
fumbled the ball, but put in a
desperation over - the - shoulder
lefty lay-up when the rest of the
bunch caught up.
He finished the game with six
field goals, only one not a lay-up.
off a fast break. On defense he
was on Russell like a vise for quite
awhile. The two-pound cast could
be a pretty persuasive instrument
at times. But the 6'5" senior from
Greensboro, North Carolina-a
sure All-America by pre-season
predictions-is still not in his best
playing condition, and playing
Siamese twin with Cazzie Russell
is no vacation. ,
A Few Weeks More ...
"It'll be two or three weeks
before the cast comes off," said
Kundla. "I'd figure another week
after that for him to get back in
top shape and regain perfect use
of his right arm."
Big Ten races have been decided
on smaller details than fortun-
ately-timed scheduling.
"We're always up for the big
games." said Strack. "This was one

V

-Daily-Frank Wing
OLIVER DARDEN MUSCLES his way between two Minnesota
defenders, Lou Hudson (14) and Dennis Dvoracek, for the
expected rebound. Michigan's version of the 'Big O' pulled down
17 rebounds agairst the highly touted Gophers. He, along with
center Jim Myers; accounted for more bounds than the entire
Gopher team*

Special To The Daily
FLINT, Mich.--Gary Vander
'Voort had what Coach Newt Loken
described as a "very good day" as
he led Michigan's gymnasts to a
188-point team showing in the
Flint Open. No team standings
were given, however, because the
meet was an exhibition.
Vander Voort took the all-
around title, in addition to two
other first-place - finishes. Dave
Jacobs also turned in an excellent
performance, grabbing a first and
a fifth.
Satisfaction
The team as a whole satisfied
Loken. "The varsity had to per-
form their routines twice in the
same day against tough competi-
tion. Actually, I think they did
better in their second perform-
ance tonight," he commented.
In addition to his all-around
win, Vander Voort copped first
in the parallel bars with a 9.0
rating. He finished on top of the
heap in the high -bar event with
a 9.1 to take his third event of
the night. That wasn't all though,
as he also nailed down second on
the rings with a 9.15 performance.
Trampoline
Jacobs nabbed his first place
finish by gaining a 9.2 judging in
the trampoline event. He also
finished fifth in the free exercises.
The Wolverines dominated the
free exercises as Chip Fuller fin-
ished second, Phip Fuller third,

and Wayne Miller fourth, along
with Jacobs' fifth.
In the vaulting, Chip Fuller
walked off with first place by
turning in a 9.3. In addition, three
Michigan gymnasts, Wayne Miller,
Cliff Chilvers, and Mike Sasich, a

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freshman, tied for fourth in the
event.
Besides Jacobs' first on the
trampoline, Wayne Miller and Ed
Hussman took second and fourth
places, respectively.
Michigan gymnasts dominated
the parallel bar competition. After
Vander Voort in first came Ken
Williams in second, Rich Blanton
in third, and Dick Richards in
fifth.
Sweep
The sidehorse event saw the
Wolverines sweep the top three
positions. Art Baessler grabbed
first with an 8.5 showing. Dave
Geddes finished second and Chris
VandenBroek third.
It was the same old story again
on the high bar as Michigan gym-
nasts grabbed off four of the top
five places. In addition to Van-
der Voort's first, John Cashman
took second place, Mike Sasich
third, and Cliff Chilvers fifth.
Finishing up the Wolverines'
impressive showing, Blue gymnasts
nabbed three of the top four places
on the rings. Besides Vander
Voorts second, Rich Blanton
finished third and Cliff Chilvers
fourth.
Freshmen were allowed to com-
pete in the meet because it was
an open competition. Loken was
impressed with the showing of
his freshmen. Perhaps the Michi-
gan gymnastics dynasty will run
for a few more years.

of them. We played real hard out
there and they played well. Min-I
nesota is an important name for'
us. I'd just as well not have toa
go up there to play them for a4
long, long time."
The Gophers were never as,
close as a tie anywhere in the
game. At one point late in the
first half, after Russell had put,
in three baskets in 54 seconds.
Minnesota started a good come-
back bid which would have let
them leave the floor at inter-
mission with only a four point
deficit, at 45-41 .. if it weren't
for one or two things.
One: playing for one shot with
41 seconds left, Jim Myers, ended
the stall when he clicked on a
25-footer at the 0:05 mark.
Two: Russell took two steps up
the court as the Gophers were
about to bring the ball in after.
Myers' score, and then flew back
in to grab theshort pass-in and
make an easy lay-up.
This game. Michigan versus
Minnesota, has been the game
for both teams for three years. It
was the game. Lou Hudson, fresh
out of the showers with a plastic
wrapping around his right arm,
explained:
"We came in as sophs together.
There was Cazzie, Darden, and
Myers. We had Clark, Dvoracek,
and myself. We always played
tough games . . and they were
good ones. They took three, out

rlDardlen f
Clawson f
Myers c
Russell g
Bankey g
Dill
Thompson
Pitts
Totals
IDvoracek f
Presthuis f
Kondla c
Martins g
Clark g
Hudson
Barry
Totals
. a

of four. Well, we sorta wanted to
leave with at least a 2-3 record.
We expected them to be tough on
the boards today, but we never
expected to get beat by 30 re-
bounds. Things just didn't work
out."
He spoke like an able, confident
man who had tried his hardest
and lost. For him no excuses are
necessary.

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MICHIGAN
G F R P T
$-15 4-7=17 4 16
6-14 3-4 10 4 15
6-20 0-2 21 2 12
15-24 10-12 5 3 40
2-5 '2-2 1 1. 6
1-1 0-2 2 1 2
:-6 0-0 2 5 6
0-0 0-0 0 0 0
39-85 19-29 64 20 97
MINNESOTA
G F It PT
5-11 4-4 5 5 14
4-11 3-6 7 3 11
4-13 3-3 7 4 11
3-6 1-2 1 3 7
9-14 12-13 8 3 30
6-13 0-2 3 4 12
0-0 0-0 0 0 0
31-68 23-30 36 22 85

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Big Ten Standings

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W L Pct.
MICHIGAN 4 0 1.000
Michigan State 3 1 .750
Illinois 3 1 .750
Iowa 2 2 .500
Minnesota 1 2 .333
Wisconsin 1 2 .333
Purdue 1r 2 .333
Ohio State 1 2 .333
Indiana 1 3 .250
Northwestern 1 3 .250
Yesterday's Results
Michigan 97, Minnesota 85
Iowa 90, Michigan State 76
Ohio State 79, Northwestern 73

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SPORT SHORTS:
Wings Beat Canadiens, Hawks Lose

By The Associated Press
MONTREAL-Goalie Roger Cro-
zier registered his seventh shut-
out of the season as the streaking
Detroit Red Wings blanked Mon-
treal 3-0 Saturday night and
tightened their hold on first place
in the National Hockey League
race.
Goals by Paul Henderson, Gordie
Howe and Ron Murphy backed a
31-save performance by Crozier,
the NHL shutout leader, as the
Wings extended their unbeaten
streak to eight games and moved.
three points ahead of the Cana-
diens and Chicago Black ,Hawks
in the standings. Toronto beat
Chicago 4-0 Saturday night.
Henderson put the Red Wings
ahead to stay with 8:09 gone in
the first period when he broke
away for an unassisted goal eight
seconds after completing a two-
minute penalty for hooking. The
young left wing picked up a loose
puck and, skated in on Montreal
goalie Gump Worsley for his 14th
goal of the season.
Howe fired his 19th goal of the
campaign early in the second per-
iod on a Detroit power play.
* * *
TORONTO (IFP) - Dave Keon

scored with one second left in the
second period, then added a goal
inf a three-goal, third-period
flurry as the Toronto Maple Leafs
whipped the slumping Chicago
Black Hawks 4-0 in the National
Hockey League Saturday night.
The loss was the fourth straight
for the Black Hawks, who haven't
won since Jan. 9.
Keon snapped a scoreless dead-
lock with three men in the penalty
box-two Hawks and one Leaf,
One Man Down
First, Toronto's Wally Boyer and
Ken Hodge of Chicago were sent
off the ice for fighting at 17:47
of the second period. Then at
19:04 Eric Nesterenkoi went to
the penalty box for two minutes,
leaving Chicago with one man less
than Toronto.
Fifty-five seconds later, Keon
fired the puck past Chicago goalie
Glenn Hall.
The Leafs put the game away
in the third period as their goalie,
Johnny Bower, resisted repeated
Chicago efforts.
BOSTON -Rookie Bob Dilla-
bough scored a pair of goals and
assisted on two others Saturday
in leading the Boston Bruins to

a 5-3 National Hockey League
victory over the New . York
Rangers.
The game was marred in the
second period when Reggie Flem-
ing, traded by the Bruins to New
York recently, was ejected for
striking linesman Brian Sopp with
his stick.
Ted Green launchel the Boston
scoring burst with his 15th goal
just 16 seconds after the opening
faceoff. Pit Martin made it 2-0
before the first period ended.
Dillabough completed the Bos-
ton scoring at 12:26 of the middle
period. Bill Hicke backhanded in
a rebound for the Rangers third
goalhmidway through the finale.
The victory enabled the cellar-
dwelling Bruins to climb within
four points of fifth-place New
York.
SCORES
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Kansas 69, Kansas State 61
St. Joseph's (Pa) 79, Penn 69
Cincinnati 67, Louisville 65
Drake 79, Wichita 72 (ovt)
Miami (Ohio) 58, Kent State 43
.De Paul 84, Los Angeles 60
Bowling Green 90, Marshall 83
Evansville 105, Bai State 85
NBA
St. Louis 119, New York 111
Baltimore 132, Boston 107

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