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Tuesday, February 8, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Nage Seven

Schenk takes third gold;
U. S. pucksters pull upset

S A P P O R O, Japan VP) - Ard;
Schenk, the world's fastest man on
skates, won his third gold medal
yesterday and became the undis-
puted hero of the 11th winter
Olympic Games.
The handsome 27 - year - old

fIaily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
RANDY PHILLIPS

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Dutchman crowned four days of
glory by winning the gruelling 10,-
000-meter speed skating event in
an Olympic record time of 15
minutes 1.35 seconds.
His other gold medals were in
the 5,000 and 1,500 meters. Only
one other man, Hjalmer Anderson
of Norway in 1952, has ever won
all three events in the same games.
Another Dutchman, Cees Ver-
kerk, won the silver medal in
15:04.70 and Sten Stensen of Nor-
way took the bronze in 15:07.08.
Johnny Hoglin of Sweden, who
set the old record of 15:23.6 in
winning the gold medal at Gren-
oble in 1968, was all set to defend
his title but pulled out of the
race at the 11th hour with a
throat ailment.
Three men-Lavrouchking Sten-

-Associated Press
JANET LYNN, four-time United States champion from Rock-
ford, Ill., is shown here competing in the free style figure skating
event at the Makomanai Arena in Sapporo yesterday. Miss Lynn
won a bronze medal for her performance in which she fell once
thus denying herself any chance of winning a silver medal.

sen and Verkerk -lowered the
Olympic record in turn. But as
the lead changed hands, the 13,-
000 fans kept their eyes on the big'
Dutch superstar who was skating
gently round the inner track in
practice.
Meanwhile, the U.S. hockey team'
rested up for another whack at
giant killing tomorrow, when it
meetsIthe Soviet Union; defending
champion in the Winter Olympics.
The young American team pulled
one of the big upsets of the Games
T u e s d a y by whipping second-
ranked Czechoslovakia 5-1.
The victory was the first in two
Class A games for the underdog
Yanks, who pulled into a second-
place tie with the powerful Czechs,
one point behind front-running
Sweden and the defending cham-
pionship Soviet Union, who bat-
tled to a 3-3 tie earlier yesterday.
The Czechs scored their lone
goal at 4:32 of the first period on
a power play as Eduard Novak
rammed home a hard shot from
close range. But from then on,
Curran was unbeatable, finishing
with 51 saves.

man short, Frank Sanders blasted
in a 40-foot shot.
The Americans' final goal came
midway in the last period when
Ronald Naslund came up with the
puck in a goal-mouth scramble
and fired it in.
Janet Lynn, the 18 - year - old
blonde from Rockford, Ill., brought
the United States its second bronze
medal in women's figure skating.
She came from fourth place in
the compulsories to get it and
might have won the silver medal
except for a fall. This allowed
Karen Magnussen of Canada to
take second place with a nearly
flawless performance. Julie Lynn
Holmes of North Hollywood, Calif.
second after the compulsories,
dropped to fourth after she too
took a spill,
Today's Events
Pairs figure skating, free-
skating finals.
Women's five - kilometer
cross - country men's compul-
sory figure skating.
Ice hockey, Class B, Yugo-
slahia vs. Japan.
Men's skiing; giant slalom.
Ice hockey, Class A, Swe-
den vs Poland; Class B, Ger-
many vs. Norway.
Three American girls-Marilyn
Cochran, 22, and her sister Bar-
bara, 21, of Richmond, Vt., and
Sandra Poulsen of Olympic Val-
ley Calif.-were capable of schuss-
ing into medal honors in the
women's giant slalom.
John Mischa Petkevich, 22, of
Great Falls, Mont., and Ken Shel-
ley, 21, of Downey, Calif., bore
American hopes for a men's figure
skating medal into the first round
of compulsory figures. Petkevich
was given a better chance than
Shelley even though Shelley won
the national championship in Long
Beach, Calif., last month when
Petkevich fell.
MEDAL STANDINGS

-Associated Press
CZECHOSLOVAKIAN GOALIE Vladimir Duxurilla smothers a shot by the United States' Stu Irving
(19), who tangles with Karel Vonralik (9) in front of the Czech net. Skating in from behind is U.S.'s
Robbie Ftorek (11). The United States won the game 5-1, despite getting only 18 shots on goal. To-.
morrow night the United "States will take on Russia in another important Olympic hockey match.

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By The Associated Press omore Al Drummond led a 9-1
COLUMBIA, S.C. -Kevin Joyce surge with about four minutes left
scored 21 points and Tom Riker last night that halted a VirginiaI
rifled in 20 to lead ninth-ranked Tech comeback and gave Virginia's
South Carolina to a 91-67 basketball sixth-ranked Cavaliers a 107-85
victory over DePaul last night, college basketball victory.
Leading by only 34-33 at halftime, Drummond ignited the charge
the Gamecocks upset DePaul's with two field goals., and the Cava-
control offense with the zone press Tiers never were in trouble again
and led by 50-40 six minutes into as they rolled to their 16th victory
the final period. .in 17 starts and dropped Tech to
DePaul stayed within striking 11-9.
distance until the final nine min- * *
utes when the bigger Gamecocks
pulled away to build their 24-point fn.LAWRENCE, Kan.-Georgia
s * * Tech went without a field goal for
Corn husked more than eight minutes at the
ORN , ka Oklah start of the second half and Kansas
NORMAN, Okla. - Oklahoma easily disposed of the Yellow
stunned Nebraska with a devastat-
ing full-court press late in the
game and went on to clip the CA.GE POLL
Huskers, 72-70, before 4,800 fren-
The Sooners trailed during most
of the second half, but gained the g
lead for the first time at 59-58
with 3:55 remaining.
Oklahoma kept up the press for By The Associated Press
over a minute and forced the: UCLA rolls along as the nation's
Huskers into four turnovers. The top major college basketball team.

Jackets, 93-65, in a non-conference
I basketball game last night.
By the time Steve Post got Tech's
first field goal of the second half
with 11:58 remaining, the Jay-
hawks were ahead, 58-38, and had
put the game out of reach.
Buffs blitzed
STILLWATER, Okla.-Paced by
Jerry Clack's blistering field goal
shooting, Oklahoma State gained
its first Big Eight victory of the
season with a 72-53 bumping of
Colorado here last night.
Clack connected on nine of 12
floor shots and two of two from
the free throw line for a game-high
20 points.
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Then, with the Czechs two men
short, Keith Christiansen started
the U.S. outbursts, barging into a
goal-mouth scramble and ram-
ming home the equalizer with just
3:13 remaining in the period.
In the second period, Kevin
Ahern took a forward pass from
Craig Sarner and charged in on a
two - on - one breakaway on the
Czech defense and blasted a goalf
in from about 20 feet away.
Three minutes later, Jim Mc-
Elmury shot from the blue line
and Sarner deflected it past Czech
goalie Jiri Wholecek.
With 40 seconds left in the per-
iod, and with Czechoslovakia one

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Netherlands
Soviet Union
Switzerland
West Germany
Japan
Sweden
Austria
Norway
Finland
United States
Canada

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Sooners turned three of those into
buckets.
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Cavs strike
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.--Soph-
SC0RE S -
COLLEGE SCORES
Duquense 72, Murray St. 66
South Carolina 91, DePaul 67
LSU 62, Miss. St. 60
Florida St. 104, S. Alabama 84
Alabama 93, Mississippi 88
N. Carolina 101, N. Carolina St. 78
Kansas 93, Georgia Tech 65
Oklahoma 72, Nebraska 70
Western Kentucky 76, Dayton 74
Oklahoma St. 72, Colorado 53
Kentucky 78, Auburn 72
Missouri 77, Iowa St. 72
Tennessee 81, Vanderbilt 75
Hardin-Simmons 68,
Texas-Arlington 62.
Western Illinois 102, N. Michigan 85
Temple 68, Penn St. 66
Grand Valley 92, Lake Superior St. 70

The Top Twenty, with first-place
votes in parenthese, won-lost records
through games of Saturday, Feb. 5
and total points on the basis of 20
for first, IS for second, 16, 14, 12, 10,

9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 1, through 15 plac
1. UCLA 17-0 (88
2. Marquette 17-0 (784
3. North Carolina 14-2 (64
4. Louisville 16-2 (47
5. Penn 14-2 (47
6. Virgina 15-1 (420
7. Ohio St. 14-3 (367
8. Long Beach St. 18-2 (35
9. South Carolina 14-3 (35
10. Brigham Young 16-2 (30
11. Marshall 17-2 (18
12. Providence 14-2 (12
13. SW Louisiana 14-2 (12
14. Florida St. 17-4 (6
15. Memphis St. 14-4 (5
16. Jacksonville 14-2 (5
17. Missouri 15-3 (3
18. Hawaii 18-2 (3
19. Minnesota 12-4 (2
20. Duquense 14-2 (2
Others receiving votes, in alp]
betical order: Houston, Illinois, K
tucky, Maryland, Northern Illino
Oral Roberts, Princeton, Purdue,
John's, N.Y., St. Joseph's, Pa.,;
Louis, Southern California, Syracu
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The Bruins collected all 44 first
place votes in this week's Asso-
ciated Press poll conducted among
sportswriters andkbroadcasters.
Marquette ranks a strong sec-
ond with 784 points to UCLA's 880.
Both teams have 17-0 records for
the season.
North Carolina replaced Louis-
ville in the No. 3 slot, as the Cardi-
nals dropped into fourth. Penn
moved up a spot to No. 5, replac-
ing Long Beach State, which skid-
ded to No. 8. Also moving up were
No. 6 Virginia and No. 7 Ohio
State. South Carolina and Brigham
Young round out the Top Ten.
There were no adidtions to the
first ten, but Penn, Virginia, and
Ohio State joined the Tar Heels in
jumping ahead in the balloting an-
nounced Monday. The Quakers
moved from sixth to fifth, the
Cavaliers from seventh to sixth,
and the Buckeyes from ninth to
seventh.

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NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pet
Boston , 41 18 .695
New York 34 22 .607
Philadelphia 23 34 .404
Buffalo 16 39 .291
Central Division
Baltimore 24 30 .444
Atlanta 21 35 .375
Cincinnati 18 27 .327
Cleveland 17 41 .293
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Midwest Division

Cleveland at Chicago
Philadelphia at Phoenix
Baltimore vs. Golden State at
Oakland
Milwaukee at Buffalo

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Milwaukee
Chicago
Phoenix
Detroit

Los Angeles
Golden Stat
Seattle
Houston
Portland

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41 17
35 25
20 37
Pacific Division
47 7
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33 25
21 36
13 46

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- Boston
4 New York
6!/ Montreal
9 Detroit
Toronto
Vancouver
-- Buffalo
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12 Chicago
25- Minnesota
California
- St. Louis
141 ,Philadelphia
16 | Los Angeles
271 /2Pittsburgh
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W L TI
37 8 8
32 11 9
29 13 10
23 23 8
21 22 11
15 30 5
11 30 13
West Division
36 11 5
27 18 5
17 27 11
18 28 8
16 26 9
15 33 7
13 30 9

Pts
82
73
68
54
53
35
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77
63
45
44
41
37
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GF
212
222
196
174
140
126
144
179
141
152
149
125
136
120

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