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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan Puckmen Overwhelm Spartans,

7-2

By PERRY HOOD
Michigan's inspired icers put
together a hard attack and some
fine goaltending by sophomore
Greg Page to overwhelm Mich-.
igan State before 1200 fans last
night, and move into a fourth-
place conference tie with the
Spartans.
While the band played on, the
victory margin increased-with Alex
Correction
Saturday's Michigan - Iowa
battle for the Big Ten gymnas-
tics crown will be at 4 p.m. in
the Intramural Bldg. The Ohio
State swimming meet is sched-
uled at the same time in Matt
Mann Pool.
Hood and Bob Baird scoring two
markers apiece. Hustling Mel
Wakabayashi aided the attack
with four assists.
The Wolverines opened the
scoring early and were only tied
at 2-2 before they blasted out a
4-2 first period advantage. The
defense was able to put the brakes
SCORES
No. Carolina 69, N.C. State 68
Duke 87, So. Carolina 59
Notre Dame 88, Bowling Green 72
Ohio U. 65, Miami (O) 55
Loyola (Chi) 94, W. Michigan 81
St. Louis 70, Louisville 63
NHL
Chicago 5, New York 4
Montreal 2, Detroit 0
NBA
Boston 121, St. Louis 114
Los Angeles 118, New York 98
Baltimore 125, Cincinnati 114
McCracken,
Stack Tangle
After M' Win
BLOOMINGTON (P) - Branch
McCracken, Indiana basketball
coach, said yesterday that Coach
Dave Strack. of nationally top-
ranked Michigan showed poor
judgment in an altercation after
their game Monday night and
should have been thankful for
victory.
McCracken said he shook hands
with Strack in the hall after the
game and said, "Dave, we sure
gave you one."
McCracken said Strack, instead
of accepting congratulations and
going on, "wanted to pop off about
it." He quoted Strack as saying,
"We deserved to win it. What are
you talking about?"
Michigan pulled out of apparent
defeat twice and finally beat In-
diana 96-95 in two overtimes.
McCracken said that after
Strack made his remark assistant
coach Lou Watson of Indiana
reached past McCracken and
grabbed Strack by the collar.
McCracken told them, "Take it
easy and cool off."
Watson and Strack were sepa-
rated and no blows were struck.
"If Strack had played it smart
he'd have gotten out of there,"
McCracken said.
Reached for comment at Ann
Arbor, Strack said: "It wasn't too
bad, and it wasn't too good. There
wasn't any scuffle. Watson shoved
me. I was just standing there and
all of a sudden he gave me a
Shove.
"They had just lost a tough one,
but I've lost some tough ones too.
Other coaches have lost some
tough ones and kept their poise."
INSTANT SILENCE
For information write:
Academic Aids, Box 969
Berkeley, California
94701

on the Michigan State scoringi
efforts for the rest of the contest,I
despite 14 minutes of Michigan
penalties.1
Jubilant coach Al Renfrewc
praised Page after the game say-t
ing that "Page is the key to ourt
team." Overall he felt that "thet
team worked hard and got some
breaks. We looked a little better."t
Revengec
For the Wolverines it was at
good comeback after being bomb-I
ed twice by the Spartans only a
week ago. A dejected MSU official i
only muttered, "State was a little
flat tonight."
Baird tallied the winning goal1
at 11:14 of the first stanza, when1
Wakabayashi took a shot which
went behind the goal and bounced
out to Baird at the post and to
the left of State goalie Gerald
Fisher. Baird flicked .the pill in
before Fisher could bring himself
around to block the shot.
Only a minute later, defense-
man Tom Polonic took the puck
in alone, faked once, and whirled
Revenge
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: M -
Hood (Read, Martin) 4:37. M-Read
(Martin, Hood) 5:04. MSU-Roberts
(Jacobson) 6:35. MSU - Jacobson
(McAndrew, Volmar) 9:36. M-Bairdi
(Martilla, Wakabayashi) 11:14. M-
Polonic (Martin, Hood) 12:35. PEN-
ALTIES: M-MacDonald (Slashing)
6:04. M - MacDonald (Roughing)
7:59. MSU - Hargreaves (Slashing)
11:58.
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: M-
Hood (Read, Wakabayashi)' 4:09.
PENALTIES: MSU-Heaphy (Inter-
ference) 2:11. MSU-Hargreaves (El-
bowing) 6:39. M-Read (Spearing:
5 min.) 9:19. MSU-Heaphy (Hold-
ing) 18:24. M-Read (Interference)
19.10.
THIRD' PERIOD SCORING: M -
Baird (Wakabayashi, Henderson)
12:17. M-Dechaine (Wakabayashi,
Baird) 16:47. PENALTIES: M-Po-
Ionic (Spearing: 5 min.) 1:08. MSU
-Ford (Tripping) 7:03. MSU-Law-
rence (Misconduct: 10 min.) 7:03.
MSU-Ford (Hooking) 12:57. M-
Martin (Slashing) 13:11. MSU-
Purdo (Holding) 18:08.
MICHIGAN 4 1 2-7
MICHIGAN STATE 2 0 0-2
Saves by Periods:
Page (M) 7 12 6-25
Fisher (MSU) 16 13 6-35

it home past the right post to give
Michigan a two-goal margin.
State had scored twice in the
period on power plays, both shots
coming from directly in front of
the net. Page shut the gates 'after
the midpoint of the first period$
turning away 25 shots.
Spartan Don Heaphy was whis-
tled down for interference at 2:11
of the second frame and Michigan
took advantage of the situation as
Hood scored his second goal with
a short shot on a flying sprawl
which slid in under Fisher's pads.
Marty Read got free with five
minutes left in the stanza but his
high shot hit the crossbar and
bounced away. S t a t e traded

penalties with the Wolverines dur- Dechaine who was standing alone dweller Colorado College.
ing the rest of the period but in front of the Spartan net. The Michigan must win more of
neither team could take advant- shot went straight in without a their remaining contests than
age of the power play situation. struggle as Fisher was looking for Michigan State in order to qualify
Skating Wizard the puck in the opposite corner. for the end-of-season playoffs.
A's the tempo increased in the The combination of the Mich-
third stanza, so did Wakabaya- igan win and State loss puts the
shi's control of the puck. Several teams into a tie for fourth place ;Lacrosse
times he took the puck the length in the WCHA. MSU sports a 5-5 The Michigan Lacrosse Club
of the ice through the MSU puck- mark while the Wolverines are will hold an orientation meet-
men but was unable to score. also .500 with a 7-7 standing. ing for interested students on
He finally fed Baird with a This weekend the Wolverines Monday, Feb. 22, at 7:30 p.m.
scoring pass at 12:15 after bring- will travel to Minneapolis for a in room 131 of the Bus. Ad.
ing the puck down across the blue two-game series with Minnesota, Bldg. The meeting will include
line. Baird's 10-foot shot went while the Spartans face rugged films and a discussion of team
into the high-right corner to put Michigan Tech at home. The fol- plans.
the icers ahead by four. lowing weekend finds the men
Wakabayashi again assisted four from Houghton at Ann Arbor,
minutes later passing to Pierre while State plays host to cellar-

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