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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Michigan Icers Nail North Dakota, 2-1

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By DAVE WEIR
When the pressure was finally
over, Michigan hockey coach Al
Renfrew breathed out the phrase
"outstanding 'effort" to describe
his team's thrilling 2-1 victory
over first place North Dakota last'
night.
It was time to relax after a fren-
zied finish, and among those jo-
kking around in the winning locker
room was netminder Jim Keough.
"Why do we always play so
great against the great teams, and
so lousy against the lousy teams?"
But Keough had good reason to
joke'-his brilliant, goaltending was
4a key to the win, and until the last
three minutes he had performed
spotlessly.
The last few moments had in-
deed been action-packed. In a
photo finish, the WCHA's top two
teams had traded goals without
any effect on the outcome.
4 With only 3:23 left in the con-
test, Wolverine captain Mike
Marttila skated around a Nodak
defender and drilled the puck
through goalie Mike Curran's legs

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JIM KEOUGH

'to rack up the first goal since
teammate Bob Baird's score at
the four minute mark of the ini-
tial period.
Thirty seconds after Marttila's
goal, Michigan defenseman Lars
Hasen was called for his second
interference penalty of the game,

MSU REMATCH:
Fro'sh Tankers Host
Big Ten Competition

By FRED LaBOUR
The future success of an athletic
team can be somewhat determined
by the quality of its members-to-
be.,
The Michigan swimming team is
no exception, as its chances next
year will depend largely on the
performance of the sophomores,
this year's freshmen. Just how
good they are will be revealed
this afternoon in Matt Mann Pool
at 2:00.
The occasion is the first Big Ten
freshmen meet and the competi-
tors include the perennial confer-
fence leaders: Michigan, Michigan
State, Indiana, and Ohio State.
It is the consensus among the
Michigan swimming coaches , that
most of this afternoon's competi-
tion will be of "varsity caliber."
'M' Favored
The Wolverine tankers are
Slightly favored over their biggest
threat, MSU. The Spartans nar-
rowly defeated Michigan's frosh
earlier in the season at East Lans-
ing.
Indiana's usual powerhouse has
been crippled by the loss of three
top swimmers to academi ,ineligi-
p3ility.
Michigan diving coach Dick
Kimball clarified his admission
of confidence in his team's chances
of winning. "We simply have more
swimmers to put in each event so

chances are that we'll pick up
quite a few third, fourth, and fifth
places."
Kimball singled out several of
the freshmen who have shown
much potential. Mentioned were
Bob Kircher in the sprints, Gary
Kincaid in the distance freestyle,
Mark Suckowski and Bill Dorney,
both of whom swim the 200-yard.
backstroke in two minutes, and
Peruvian Juan Bello in the indi-
vidual medley.
Expected to produce valuable
points in the diving events are
Wolverines Paul McGuire, Bruce
McManaman, and Peter Eemond.
Michigan State has three or four
"stars" according to Kimball, but
he expects Michigan's greater
depth to produce a victory.

to set up Dakota's first power
play opportunity since the opening
frame.
Just nine nseconds later, Keough
lay sprawled on the ice and watch-
ed Dave Kartio ruin his shutout
bid with a shot into an open cor-,
ner of the net. Kartio had skated
in after taking a pass from Bob
Lilo, faked Keough into going down
on the ice, and slipped in the
Pressure and Postsj
Then the Nodaks pulled Curran
and kept the pressure on Keough
for the final two and a half min-
utes, until Wolverine sophomore
Doug Galbraith picked a loose
puck off the boards and fired the
puck at the open Dakota net, only
to hit the post.
After the final buzzer, losing
SCORES~
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Brown 70, Dartmouth 63
Vermont 70, Boston U. 63
Boston College 103, Georgetown (DC)
91
Princeton 97, Columbia 45
Northern Michigan 86, Ferris 74
Central Michigan 80, Illinois St. 66
Yale 100, Harvard 75
villanova 66, Memphis State 48
NBA
Philadelphia 149, Baltimore 118
Detroit 102,'Los Angeles 101
Cincinnati at San Francisco (inc)

coach Bill Selman had no excuses
for the outcome. "It was exactly
the kind of game it should have
been-a tremendous battle.
"We had plenty of opportunities,
but we just couldn't cash in . .. we
played to them and they stopped
us. It was a very typical game for
us-we created lots of scoring
chances, but failed to get the puck
in the net. Michigan played a
great defensive game."
Renfrew admitted that his
squad concentrated on defense.
"We were trying to keep up to their
wings-we knew they were fast
slaters. Our defensemenrcontin-
ually dropped back fast from the
points of their blueline to protect
against the fast break."
Kicked Screaming
Time and again, Bill Lord, Paul
Domm and cohorts kicked away
screaming shots off the Nodak
sticks, and a large percentage of
the losers' shots never reached
Keough by virtue of being blocked
by a Wolverine blueliner.
"Sometimes it seemedi as if they
weren't really blocking them, we
were simply shooting the puck
straight into their pads," remark-
ed Selman.
Despitethe lack of scoring, there
were many tense moments at each
end of the ice. After the opening
face-off, North Dakota kept the
puck in the Michigan zone for the
first few minutes of play.

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Then, at the three minute mark, kota zone, and Galbraith gained
senior defenseman Jerry Lafond control behind the net. He passed
was whistled off the ice for out in front to Baird, who prompt-
holding, and Michigan had its ly shoveled a backhander through
only power play of the game. Curran's legs. It was the senior
The Wolverines failed to get the forward's 20th goal of the season.
puck over center ice for the ini- The rest of the game was fast-

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moving, rough-and-tumble play
hard-checking Nodaks frustrated with numerous scoring opportuni-
But Baird and Lee Marttila fin- ties for both teams, but the goal
ally passed the puck into the Da- lights stayed off until Marttila's
winning marker late in the final
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: M - period.
Baird (Gabraith, Lee Marttila) 4:10. The victory upped Michigan's]
Penalties: ND - Lafond (holding)
2:40. M-Hansen (interference) 17:12. second-place record to 11-4, while
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: Dakota dropped to 15-4. The same
None. Penal:one two teams meet tonight at 8:00
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: MI - in the Coliseum for a rematch. ALLCA PU
Mike Marttila (Koviak, Lord) 16:37.
ND-Kartio (Lillo, Lafond) 17:36. The Nodaks need a win to clinch
Penalties: M-Hansen (interference) the WCHA title, while a Wolver-
17:07.ine triumph would tie the two
Saves:
Curran (ND) 6 8 6-20 teams in first place. Each team
Keough (M) . 8 8 10-26 has two games left on its schedule.
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