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Page 10-Friday, February 2, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Cocaine snuffed out
in.reporter fiasco*

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GOALIE ROCKWELL SPARKS TECH

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GULF SHORES, Ala. (AP)-Police
Chief James Maples said-yesterday lab
tests have confirmed that cocaine was
the substance planted on the car of a
California sports writer who came here
to interview football star Ken Stabler.
Maples said a report from state
toxicologist Jim Small of Mobile says
an analysis "reveals the presence of
cocaine" in the powdery substance
found Jan. 22.
He said an investigation is continuing
and there have been no arrests.
THE REPORT from the toxicologist
did not say how much cocaine was in-
volved. Earlier police reports said there
was "about an ounce" of a powdery
substance in the packet found on the car
of Sacramento Bee sports writer Bob
Padecky.

Police arrested Padecky after finding
the substance but a short time later
dropped any charges. Maples said it
was determined that the cocaine ap-,
parently had been planted on
Padecky's car in an attempted frame-
up.
Stabler, the quarterback for the
Oakland Raiders, said he knew nothing
about the apparent frame-up and that
the episode was embarrassing to him.
Padecky's arrest occurred as the sports
writer left one Gulf Shores lounge to
resume the interview with Stabler at
another location.
Police said the sports writer's car
was stopped and the arrest was made
because the police department had
received two anonymous telephone tips
saying cocaine was on the car.

Huskie jinx haunting
EMORY Rockwell, his statistics wouldn't exac- with a respectable 3.49 gaa. H
By BOB tly make Ken Dryden jealous, not just as the third best goalie in t
Michigan hockey coach Dan Farrell yet. Rockwell currently sports a 9-9 last year but is only in the sei
oesn't believe in jinxes, but no matter record with a not so tidy 4.35 goals so far this season.
ow well his team plays against . against average, but these stats are Tech comes in to this week
ichigan Tech, they just can't win. easily explained away. Tech has the with a 10-10-2 league record,

do
he
M

ne Huskies nave beaten Micnigan the
last seven times, including a pair of 4-2
victories at Yost Arena last November.
Last season Tech whipped the
Wolverines all five times, four in the
WCHA regular season and once in the
Great Lakes Tournament. It is an event
the Huskies virtually own, having won
it three of the last four years.
Farrell scoffed at the idea of a jinx,
instead attributing the last five losses to
Tech's superb sophomore goaltender
John Rockwell. "The difference has
been the goaltending,'' explained
Farrell. "I thought we outplayed them
the last five time but that guy (Rock-
well) has just shut the door on us.
"I don't think he gave us one rebound
when we played them earlier in the
year. He's definitely one of the best
goalies in our league."
Michigan Tech coach John MacInnes
concurred. "I'd have to agree with Dan
on that," he said. "I thought it was a
super series for both teams when we
played down there and no doubt about
it, we wouldn't have won both games if
it wasn't for Rockwell."
Despite all the praise heaped on

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Blue icers
[e finished of WCHA play, feels his team has come-
he league along almost as well as expected. "At
venth spot the beginning of the season I thought
fourth place would be the best we could
end series hope for," he said. "We had a couple of
narrowly bad series (when Rockwell was in-
frr><?} jured) and that's hurt our goal a little."
Meanwhile, back on the home front,
the Wolverines will head into Houghton
deadlocked for last place with Michigan
State. Both teams are 6-16 on the year
and seven points out of the eighth and
ies for final playoff spot. But Farrell is op-
played timistic.
"Since that 3-0 loss to Minnesota a
oubt, few weeks ago, Ithought we've played
n both damn well," he said. "Having (Dan)
Lerg back has of course really helped,
r Roth- but I think all our young kids are star-
ting to play with more confidence now."
Lerg's strained knee has healed
aclnnes fairly well and his presence in the
lineup has indeed made a world of dif
ference. Lerg scored four goals and had
four assists in last weekend's en-
><><: couraging split with Notre Dame. For'
ot in the his efforts, he was named the WCHA
resurging player of the week.
may be a "Yeah," said Farrell, with his typical
iird place disdainful snicker, "he's a pretty good,
is still a hockey player."
dering the It's Winter Carnival time in Hougton.'
rs. this week. As a result, Friday night's
ave never game will begin at 7:00 p.m. and Satur-
n 16 years day's game will faceoff at 1:30 p.m.

IT'S COMING!
A SUPER SPECTACULAR EVENT
MICHIGRAS'79,
Sat., Feb. 10-8 pm-The Union
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youngest set of defensemen in the
WCHA, with four freshmen and two
sophomores doing most of the blueline
work.
For the sake of comparison, last
season, when Tech had all sorts of
veteran defensemen, Rockwell (as a
freshman) had an overall record of 11-7

holding down the sixth sp
WCHA by two points over
Colorado College. While that
far cry from last year's th
finish and 21-11 record, it
creditable performance consi
Huskies graduated nine senior
MacInnes, whose teams h,
failed to make the playoffs it

Mountaineering

#2.

WCHA
Standings

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all begins. Note
the snowy,
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thereto.
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taineer. And this is_?
an ad. The subject of_
which is selecting thet-
proper gear for
mountaineering. -.
(It alfits to-
gether so nicely, --
doesn't it?)'- '.,:";;
First and -_--. - :..* . , -4
foremost, you'll - ... %--
need to pop the
mountain top. For - -.
this task, faithful moun- .
taineers use a church.-,
key. Secular moun.
taineers use a bottle
opener. Don't be con--
fused by these antics
with semantics. Just '_" ' ..T.
remember, the opener is
your primary tool. Be
true to it and it Will be Be adventurous.
true to you Experiment. Most
Second, choose a mountaineers have a
glass. Here the options personal preference.aYou'll
become immense. develop one too.
German steins, hand- Food is next. Proper
blown pilseners, mountaineering, not
old jelly jars, to mention proper nutri-
t ction, requires a smorgas-
little bord selection of snacks.
,° -Some mountaineers
have suffered from a
kpotato chip deficiency,
faithful mountaineers) a pretzel imbalance or
r. Boffo mug you've other serious dietary de-
had since third grade. fects. Plan ahead.

Comfort is crucial. If you .:
mountaineer in
public, pick
a padded
,. . - bar stool,
preferably.
- one that
spins
(to facili-
tate admir-
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scenery). At
home, a com-
fortable chair or sofa will
do. Rule of thumb: if it
feels good, and the police'
don't seem to mind, do it.
Then turn on the
- tube or spin a tune or
crack a good book. The
choice is strictly
j.between you and the
dominant hemisphere
1 of your brain.Of course,
some mountaineers
say the smooth, re-
freshing taste of Busch
is entertainment enough
And thank goodness
":they dobecause
it's an excellent
conclusion. -
(Comfort is crucial)
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North Dakota .......
Minnesota-Duluth ..
Minnesota ..........
Notre Dame......
Wisconsin ..........
Michigan Tech ......
Colorado College
Denver .... ..... .
MICHIGAN ........
Michigan State .....

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10
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9
6
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8
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10
11
12
16
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Tuesday's Results
Colorado College 9, Denver 6
This Weekend's Games'
Colorado College at Notre Dame
Denver at Wisconsin
Minn.-Duluth at North Dakota
Michigan State at Minnesota
Michigan at Michigan Tech
25-Game Hockey Stats

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3
1
1
2
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0
0

Name, Pos.
M. Miller, LW...........
M. Eaves, C' ...........
T. Manning, D..........
J. Over,C.................
D. Lerg, C .................
D. Todd, RW...............
R. Bourne, C/RW........
J. Tessier, LW ...........
B. Wheeler, LW..........
D. May, Rw...............
J. Mars, CIRW.........
J. Blum, D ..............
B. Lundberg, D..........
G. Hampson, C.........
S. Richmond, LW........
M. Coffman, RW........
D. Brennan, D ...........
*M. Perry, D ...............
D: Richter, D .............
T. Cullen, Cs...........
P. Brandrup, D ..........
R. Varvari, G............
B. Sutton, G.............
J. Waymann...........
R. Pacholzuk, D ...........
P. Mason,G ...............
'M' BENCH.............
'M' TOTALS...............
Opponents ..............

G,
15
10
6
8
7
9
5
6
4
3
3
2
4
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
87
126

A
15
19
22
13
11
10
7
5
7
6
6
10
7
2
2
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
150
204
GA
17
69
58
146
102

PTS
Pm
30
29
28
21
18
19
12
11
11
9
9
11
9
6
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
237
330
AVG.
4.95
4,99
6.38
5.54
3.87

Pts.
30
29
28
25
24
22
20,
19-
12
12

7.

GOALIE STATISTICS

Goalie
P. Mason ...............
R. V/arvari .............
B. Sutton ...............
M' TOTALS (8-18).......
Opponents (18-8)........

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15
11
26
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