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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, February 15, 1972

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By JOEL GREER last Wednesday. Bernie Gagnon's resembling All-American
Daily Sports Analysis 21 WCHA goals is tops in the con- abayshi.
drop-ference and an All-American cita- But the Wolverines hav
The Wolverine hockey team tion should be awarded to him at weak links preventing t
pe two more games on the road thseonsnd
vr he ee an occuren the season's endlooking at all like the gn
which has grown to be expected With every contest, Gagnon igan teams of the past:
around here. Consequently, Mich- looks more like another former Wolverine inability toa
igan's league record has fallen to great Michigan center, Red Ber- from home, and seco
9-13 with a dismal 1-11 slate away enson, who is currently starring atrocious defense.
from the friendly confines of the for the Detroit Red Wings. Besides its promising
Michigan Coliseum. Switching off between center and past week end at Michi
What -has been the most disap- right wing throughout his career, Michigan's only credible
pointing is that this season's Wol- Gagnon's noted improvement of ances on the road have
verines have shown signs of many late has come since he was mov- victory over the Spartan
of the brilliant squads of the past. ed back to center, his natural posi- Lansing and a 4-3 defeata
They've featured great goal- tion before coming to Michigan. In each of their other l
tending at times by Karl Bagnell Michel Jarry, perhaps not the counters on foreign ice,j
which brings back memories of All- game's sturdiest performer as far completely dominated.
American Jim Keough back in as strength is concerned, has used Over the entire season
1968 and Lorne Howes in 1956. his deceptive speed and passing ior netminder has made
The offense has also been in- ability to vault him among the an incredible average o
spiring in recent weeks, especially league's top ten scorers. per game.
in the Colorado series a week ago And then there is freshman Ran- Without an experience
and the Michigan State encounter dy Neal, who has molded right in- ed beneath him, Bagnell
to the Wolverine attack, already forced to endure every

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Mel Wak, the season. Someone should in- the Huskies swept Michigan at
vent a special award just for his Houghton last weekend," rather
e had two dedication in watching the r e d than playing defensively. They
hem from light go on behind him so m a n y think they can always outscore the
eat Mich- times. opposition."
First, the Three-year veteran Brian Skin-' But if the Wolverines indeed hope
win away ner has been teamed with fresh: to make the playoffs, both their
nd, their man Randy Trudeau and three- defense and their play away from
year veteran Punch Cartier has home must improve.
play this been teamed with two-year veter- Despite the twin defeats, 1 a s t
pgan Tech, an Jerry Lefebvre. Inexperience weekend's action at Houghton was
perform surely hasn't been the excuse. The most encouraging. While the de-
been a 51 four have been brilliant at times fense still had problems, the squad
is at East butntheir play around Bagnell has as a whole proved that it could
at Denver. been questionable all season. play even with a team on opposing
league en- The forwards also must share ice. The 8-4 and 8-3 scores were
they were the blame for Bagnell's average as hardly indicative of how the con-
theiy wlbackchecking hasoftenbeen tests fared as Michigan simply
thheneirsbceckin has often couldn't cash in on their opportun-
M, the senTh.on-existant.c itie
999 saves, Michigan Tech hockey c o a c h "Playing a team like Tech, you
f over 38 John MacInnes who has had de- have to take advantage of your
fensive traumas of his own sees breaks," said an obviously happy
d netmind- it as a self-discipline problem. "The Michigan coach Al Renfrew at
has been boys are always looking for of- practice yesterday. Renfrew added
minute of fensive plays," he assessed after that in the first period of Satur-
day's game Michigan passed the
PLIT puck the best it had all season.
Now that the team has gained
the confidence it needs to play de-
cent hockey on the road, maybe
Sthe remainder of its solutions to
these problems can fall' into place.
Currently in a three way battle
for the last two playoff positions,
mers out, posted his best time of the year a strong showing in the final three
aquamen in finishing second with a clock- weeks of the season is a must.
y weren't ing of :22.0.
aormally a Michigan's only win came from
0 yard in- Stu Isaac in the 200 yard breast- W CH A Standings
200 yard stroke. Isaac, a sophomore from
Amherst, N.Y. was recruited by r....: ~>:.E :"::,:",: r.. :
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By CHUCK BLOOM
After a convincing win over Illi-
ois and an equally convincing
>ss to Indiana, the weekend was
ot a total loss to Gus Stager
nd crew.
"We were no competition for
ndiana," said Stager. "In fact, no
ne on their schedule is competi-
on enough for them. I give cre-
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is point of the season he really
Ls them swimming well."'
STAGER HELD OUT seven of
is top tankers against Illinois
st Friday night. Michigan went
.to the brand-new Intra-Mural
'hysical Education Pool and came
.way with an easy 79-44 win.
With many second stringers out
3do well, some fine times were
ecorded.
Impressive was Pat Bauer win-
ing the 200 yard breaststroke
ith a time of 2:16.5, the Ann Ar-
r freshman's best time of the
,ar.
Rich Dorney won the 200 yard
ackstroke with a quick 2:01.9
hich also brought a wink to
tager's eye.

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Michigan had many
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dividual medley and the
butterfly, as well.
Both distance events
the Blue with Mark
copping the 500 yard
and Dan Fishburn s

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Diving found Michigan winning
both the one-meter and three-
meter events but with not partic-
ularly good scores. Pete Agnew
and Steve Schenthal won those
events, respectively.
That win ran Michigan's dual
meet win string to eight. But that
was all it was to be.
Before a standing-room only
crowd at Royer Pool, the Indiana
super-swim team won the meet
by a lopsided score of 82-41. Ac-
tually it was closer and better
than the score indicated.
MICHIGAN NEVER HAD a
chance from the opening gun. The
1000-yard freestyle saw Indiana's
number three man, Bob Heiss,
swamp both Fishburn and Ander-
son. Fishburn was disappointing
in the fact that he was ten sec-
onds slower in Indiana than the
night before.
But Indiana, blessed with con-
stant superstars, had flexed its
muscle only a little. Mark Spitz
won the 50 yardfreestyle in a
time of :20.9, just .13 off the
Royer pool record, he set the week
before. Michigan's Jose Aranha

IN THE DIVING, IU's Gary
James- won. both events with the
Wolverines' Joe Crawford pulling
second in both.
Not much can be said in losing
to Indiana. Commented Stager,
"This is their best squad I've
seen." So it was no disgrace in the
defeat. The swimmers must look
forward to this Saturday's meet
with improving Ohio State which
will be a tough meet for the Blue
to win.

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The only top ten teams to blem-
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Long Beach State, and tenth-
ranked Brigham Young, each of
whom split the two games on
their schedule last week.
Number one-ranked UCLA de-
molished Washington and Wash-
ington State by a combined total
of 60 points to up their Pacific-8
record to 7-0 and preserve their
top ranking.
Bill Walton continued his sup-
erlative play, leading his gang
with 27 points and 24 rebounds
Saturday night while holding the
Huskies' leading scorer, center
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In disposing of Washington, the
Bruins eliminated them from any
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proving witI each week, smother-
ed Xaxier and Air Force by the
respective scores of 89-59 and 79-
56.
The Warriors, after suffering
numerous close calls earlier in the
season ,appear to have jelled and
may be headed-for a showdown
with UCLA in the NCAA finals.
Elsewhere in the top ten, third-
ranked North Carolina and sixth-
ranked Virginia continued to fight
it out for the lead in the Atlan-
tic Coast Conference. The teams
remained tied with 7-1 records
after three winning efforts last
week.
The Tar Heels polished off con-
ference foes Clemson and North
Carolina State, and gave Georgia
Tech a 118-73 pasting in a non-
league affair. Virginia claimed its
share of the lead with a win over
Wake Forest, while also defeat-
ing West Virginia and Virginia
Tech outside the ACC.
Ohio State's loss at Iowa last
Tuesday helped knot up the Big
Ten race. The Buckeyes are now
tied with Minnesota, loser to In-
diana last week, at 7-2,with
Michigan right behind at 6-2.
Locally, the University of:De-
troit enhanced its chances for a
post-season tournament bid with
a 69-56. throttling of Xavier, The
Titans are ranked high among
the nation's independents with a
15-4 record and are looking ahead
to a rematch with Marquette two
weeks hence.
The Warriors eked out a one
point victory in the two teams'
first meeting, but U. of D. coach
Jim Harding knows that a vic-
tory this time around would as
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