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Saturday, January 15, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Sever

Saturday, January 15, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Denver bops
0{
icers, 10-1i
By JOEL GREER asky deked the Michigan senior to
Special To The Daily the left and fired a wrist shot just
DENVER-Completely dominated inside the far post.
from the start, the Michigan icers Denver built its lead to 4-0 with
lost their third straight four-point ca pair of goals nine seconds apart.'
contest to an insTpie Dene After Tom Peluso was left alone
hockey squad 10-1. To the delighttosrefm the aleftf ofalone
of 5031 partisans, Denver made crease, Ross Woodley scored his
sure the Wolverines were never in first of three goals. It was a pine
the game, individual effort as he completely
The fans played a large part in faked out both Cartier and Bag-
the action and expressed their ap- nell,
proval and disapproval of variousI Things went from bad to worse
plays by throwing chickens onto for the Wolverines as even Bernie
the ice. In all more chickens were Gagnon missed a penalty shot.
thrown out than were goals scored Pt uba aaroe ln
by the players, about 15 all told. Pete Dunbar had broken alone
Denver took advantage of early on Denver goalie Ron Grahame,
Michigan miscues to. initiate the but was tripped by Peluso before
rout getting a shot away. Dunbar was
The Pioneers flooded Michigan injured on the play and was forcedf

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By GEORGE HASTINGS
One of the biggest games of the young Big Ten basket-
ball season will take place today in Columbus as the top two
teams of last year, Michigan and Ohio State, go at it with
the early conference leadership on the line.
The Wolverines boast a 2-0 league mark after victories
over Michigan State and Illinois, while the Buckeyes have
taken their only conference contest at Purdue.
One of the key factors in the game today will be the
return of Michigan's 6-10 center Ken Brady to the line-up.

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Brady has been forced to sit
out the Wolverines' first
twelve contests this year with
an injured knee, and in his
absence Michigan has been a
mediocre 7-5.
Brady, coming off an injury, is
not expected to start and the
amount of time he sees on the
court will depend largely on how
well his knee holds up. If he is
able to play with decent mobility
for most of the game, it will be
a huge lift for the Wolverines,
who need the big center if they
are to make a serious run at the
Big Ten crown.

s-

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
BOB ANDREWS

1

from the outset and lit the light
for the first time at 1:47 of the
first period. The Wolverine defense
failed to clear rebound and Petet
McNab was open in the right face-
off circle to beat Karl Bagnell with
a screen shot along the ice.
Four minutes later, Michigan1
was again pressed in its own zone.l
Along the boards Randy Trudeau
passed across to Punch Cartier,1
but the pick picocheted off Car-,
tier's skates. All-American Vic'
Venasky grabbed the loose puck
to move in alone on Bagnell. Ven-
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: 1. Denver,1
McNab (Peluso, Venasky) 1:47; 2. Den-t
ver, Venasky (McNab) 5:32; 3. Denver,
Peluso (Young) 10:34; 4 Denver, Wood-z
ley (Venasky) 10:53.s
Penalties Werner (M), interference,I
3:05; Venasky (D), tripping 6:01;{
Straub, (M), interference, 9:00; Pe-
1uis (D), tripping 14:46.E
SLCOND PERIOD SCORING: 5. Den-{
ver, Woodley (Morenz, Lampman) 4:59;l
6. Michigan, Mallette (Neal, Jarry) 5:43;
7 Denver, Woodley (Lampman, Mor-
enz) 13:52; 8. Denver, Kreiger (Brag-l
nallo) 16:40; 9. Denver, Jim Peluso (un-
assisted) 18:45.
Penalties: Christie (D) elbowing 4:38;'
Jarry (M) tripping 8:35; Tom PelusoP
(D) illegal check 15:01; Falconer (M)I

to go to the dressing room. Gag-
non moved in on the penalty 3hot
but Grahame made a brilliant save
as Gagnon went for the upper left
'hand corner.
The Denver crowd was so elated
that the first of many deceased
chickens was thrown on the ice
from the balcony.
In the second period Denver built
the lead to 8-1 as the game be-
came totally embarrassing. The
Wolverines' only goal of the period
came on a fine backhand pass
from Randy Neal to Rick Mallette.

-Daily-Tom Gottlieb
Henry Wilmore (25) lays it in

TITANS TOUGH:

Baby

Blue

host Detroit

By ELLIOT SEGEL
Most of the basketball fans'
attentions will be focused on Co-
lumbus, Ohio, today where Mich-
igan meets Ohio State in a crucial

broken stick 15:47; Falconer (M). in- Big Ten contest.
terference 20:00. However, here in Ann Arbor,
THIRD PERIOD SCORING: 10. Den- Michigan's freshman cagers will,!
ver Kreiger (Tomasoni) 2:45; 11. Den- I
ver Bragnello (Krieger, Woodley) 11:49. have their own hands full as they
Penalties: Lampman.(D) interference, take on the tough Titans of De-
1:15; Jarry (M) tripping 1:22; Skinner troit.
(M) tripping 2:49; Paris (M) roughing, Detroit comes to Crisler Arena'
6:16; McNab (M), roughing, 6:16; Dun:- eri oe t rse rn
bar (D) high sticking, 6:34; Christie sporting a fine 7-2 record. ThoseE
(D) high sticking, 6:34; Busniuk (D) j two losses may be misleading1
holding 8:52, Jarry (M) roughing, 13:16; though. The first one was a one-
Werner (M) roughing, 13:16; McNab '(D)pt sqg. aTerstontas Mich-1
roughing, 13:16; Busniuk (D) roughing point squeaker to Central Mich-
13:16; Young (D) roughing 13:16; igan, while the second was suffer-1E
Young (D) interference, 16.43; Cartier ed at the hands of always-tough !
(M) hooking, 18:13. Marquette.
SAVES: Mrute
MICHIGAN 16 19 15 50 Leading the Titan quintet are
Denver 9 4 7 20 two former Detroit area high

school stars. Both 6-7 center Terry
Thomhas, from Hazel Park, and
6-6 forward Jerry Guinane, from
Notre Dame, are averaging better
than 20 points a game. Other play-
ers slated to start against the
Baby Blue are 6-0 guards John
Riley and Jim McHugh, and 6-5
forward Sean Savage.
First-year Titan coach Tony Mc-!
Andrews expressed great respect
for Michigan's frosh. When asked
what type of defense he planned
to use against them, he immedi-
ately replied, "We'll just keep our
fingers crossed." Realizing, how-
ever, that this tactic alone would
not be enough to stop the Wolver-
ines, he went on to say that he
will probably use a basic man-to-
man coverage.

BUCKS BLAST BULLS:

On the other hand, Michigan's
freshman team will be going after
their fifth win without a loss.
So far the Baby Blue have lived
up to all their expectations. They
have made 45.6 per cent of their
field goals, 71 per cent of their
foul shots, outrebounded opponents
54.8-45.8, and averaged a margin
of victory of 18 points.
Starting intoday's game will be
the same five who have started
in the previous four games. The
hottest Wolverines are the guards,
Joe Johnson and John Kantner.
The flashy Johnson is averaging
20.5 points per game and 53.3 per
cent from the field, while Kant-
ner's figcres are 13.8 and an amaz-
ing 62.1 per cent.
Campy Russell will be back at
his familiar forward position. As
predicted, he is leading Michigan's
attack carrying averages of 25
points and 13 rebounds per game.
Defensive ace Doug Ashworth is
the other forward, and is currently
averaging eigIgt points a game.
Joining Russell and Ashworth in
the frontcourt will be center C. J.
Kupec, a 9.5 scorer. Super-sub Bill
Ayler, sporting a 9.8 average, will
probably see plenty of action as
well.
The Wolverines may have an ad-
ditional problem when they take
the court today, for they have not
had a game in over a month.
Coach Dick Honig has been holding
rigorous practices since Sunday
trying to make up for lost time.
But he admitted that, "practices
are not like playing a game, and
that we might have trouble getting
uncorked."

Celtics bounce

punchiess Pistons

The big difference in the game
may be made however by two oth-
er players who are also still both-
ered, by injuries; the teams' re-
spective top scorers, Henry Wil-
more of Michigan and Al Horn-
yak of Ohio State.
Wilmore, still moving slower
than usual as a result of a knee
injury, has scored 21 and 17
points in the two Big Ten con-
tests, well below his average. The
Wolverines will be looking for a
big game out of their star for-
ward today.
Meanwhile Hornyak, still not
100 per cent following a heel in-
jury which forced him out of five
games, was recovered enough last
Saturday to score 28 points and
go the full forty minutes in the
win over Purdue.
Beyond the scoring of Wilmore
it is the strong Michigan team .re-
bounding effort of late which has
Ohio State coach Fred Taylor
most concerned. The Wolverines
have picked /off 118 rebounds in
their last two games, tops in the
Big Ten. Meanwhile, the Bucks
were outrebounded 58-40 by Pur-
due.
John Lockard, the 6-5 leaping
forward, has taken 31 boards in
the two Big Ten games, while
Ernie Johnson, filling in for
Brady, has 28. Taylor has a great
deal of respect for Johnson, who
also scored 43 points in the two
contests, and still fears the Michi-
gan front line with or without
Brady.
Attempting to counter the Wol-
verine board strength will be the
Buckeyes' 7-foot center Luke
Witte. Witte, OSU's number two
scorer behind Hornyak, has been
averaging 13 rebounds and 18
points in overall play.
A twisted knee which kept the
Buckeye giant out of practice ear-
lier in the week has improved, and
Witte should be at full strength
for this afternoon's contest. Witte
is also an excellent defensive play-
er, and his imposing presence in
the middle may pose a few prob-
lems for Michigan's offense.
In fact, it has been defense
which has been the strong point
not only of Witte, but of the en-.
tire Buckeye team this year.
Despite a touch of sluggishness
in the offense and a relatively low,
team shooting percentage (43 per
cent), Ohio State has been able
to come up with a 9-2 record on
the strength of their defensive
performance. The Buckeyes have
held all opponents to an average
gymnasts
Southern
ist Jim Scully took second, and
Southern's Mel Collins finished

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Dave Cowens scored:
26 points and tied a career high
with 28 rebounds last night in
leading the Boston Celtics to a
108-94 National Basketball Associa-
tion victory over the Detroit
Pistons.
The Celtics broke the game open
with six minutes to play in the
third quarter and the score tied
57-57. Cowens and Don Nelson each
hit for six points as Boston out-
scored the Pistons 18-4 for a 75-61
' lead going into the final session.
Detroit cut the margin to five,
82-77, with 61/2 minutes to play,
but two baskets by John Havlicek
and two free throws by Jo JoE
White made it 88-77.
Detroit managed to close the
gap to 90-84, but baskets by Havli-
cek and Cowens and two free
throws by White put the game out
of reach at 96-84 with 2 2 minutes
to play.
White had 23 points for the night
and Havlicek added 20. Jimmy
Walker led the Pistons with 25 and
Bob Lanier had 23.
Bulls KA jed
MILWAUKEE-The shooting of
Kareem Abdul Jabbar and Bob'

-Daily-Tom Gottlieb
ERNIE JOHNSON (30), Michigan's super-sub center, disdains
to pass to co-captain Dave Hart (44) in an early season game
against Western Michigan and instead arches a long jump shot
deftly through the netting over Broncos' center Mike Steele (52).
Johnson, filling in for the injured Ken Brady, has playyed con-
sistent basketball so far this season averaging; 13.1 points per
contest. Brady returns to action today to help Johnson battle
the Bucks' stilt-like center Luke Witte.

Dandridge and rebounding and de- Jerry West scored 30 points and;
fense of Curtis Perry led the Mil- handed out 13 assists, while Wilt
waukee Bucks to a 104-77 National Chamberlain scored 23, grabbed
' Basketball Association victory over 20 rebounds and blocked six shots.!
their chief Midwest Division chal- Bob Rul scored 25 and Bill
lengers, the Chicago Bulls, last Bridges 20 for Philadelphia.
night. Los Angeles trailed 32-19 before
The Bulls' point total was six outscoring the 76ers. 24-11 to tie
fewer than the previous low in the the score 43-43 with 5:04 remaining
team's history. Chicago fell five in the second period. At one point!
games behind the defending NBA in the Lakers' rally, they scored
chamipons in the Midwest. 10 consecutive points in a 1:24
Jabbar scored 31 points and span.
Dandridge poured in 14 of his 16 Los Angeles led 63-57 at half-
in the first half, when the Bucks time and, after the 76ers closed
broke to a 52-33 lead. the gap to three points early in the'
Jabbar and Perry each grabbed third period, pulled away again to
17 rebounds and Perry held Bob lead by as many as 16.
Love, the NBA's second-leading
scorer with a 26.8 per game aver-a lsrih
age, to only six points-four of Royals relish
them coming with less than four CINCINNATI - Nate Archibald
minutes to play. scored 13 points in the final period
Jabbar scored the Bucks' first for a game total of 43 as the Cin-
seven points of the third quarter, cinnati Royals won their third'
and the lead mounted to 92-56 with straight game after 14 losses by
6:35 left. Chet Walker led Chicago beating the Atlanta Hawks 126-
with 17 points. 102 in a National Bas etball Asso-

Trail Blazers a 102-100 victory over
the Buffalo Braves in a National
Basketball Association game last
night.
Nets squired
HAMPTON, Va. - The Virginia
Squires scored 13 straight points
early in the first period to take
an 18-5 lead and were never
threatened the rest of the way in
posting a 114-104 American Bas-
ketball Association victory over the
New York Nets last night.'

of 64 points a game.
Much of the credit for the de-
fensive show goes to the Bucks'
forwards, Mark Minor and War-
dell Jackson, as well as guard
Dan Gerhard. If the big names of
the two teams negate each other's
potency, it will be the play of
these other starters which will
swing the tide one way or the
other.
Michigan, on the other hand,
has in recent games received bal-
anced scoring from Lockard and
guards Wayne Grabiec, Dave Hart,
and Terry Tyler and will look to
them to back up Wilmore and
Brady.
Because of their home court,
advantage, along with the factl
that they have whipped Michigan

seven times in a row, a string that
extends back to 1967, the Buck-
eyes are rated a slight favorite,
but the game looks to be a close-
ly-fought affair, which should re-
veal a lot about the Big Ten race
this year.
Three other Big Ten matches
will also take place today, as only
Iowa and Michigan State remain
idle. The only other' undefeated
team besides Michigan and Ohio
State, Minnesota, (1-0), is enter-
tain-4ig twice-defeated Northwest-
ern in a night contest.
Meanwhile Indiana, surprised by
Minnesota last week in their only
league game so far,-takes on Wis-
consin, (1-1), and Purdue (0-1)
goes against Illinois (1-1) at
Champaign.

Cou gars con quer In any case, the game should
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Rookie be a closely contested one between
Jim McDaniels scored 30 points, 14 two good freshman teams. Game
of them in the final period, as the time has been moved back to noon
Carolina Cougars withstood a late so that people will be able to see
Floridians' rally for a 105-98 it, and then get back in plenty of
American Basketball Association time to watch Michigan against
victory last night. Ohio State on the tube.
G,(ura leads Michigan
past spunky Georgia

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN BASKETBALL STATISTICS.
(12 Games -- Thru 1-11-72)

M * *

Lakers stroll
PHILADELPHIA-The Los An-
geles Lakers overcame a 13-point
deficit in the second period and
went on to beat the Philadelphia
76ers 135-121 last night in a Na-
tional Basketball Association game.

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ciation game last night.
The , slim 6-foot-1, 160-pound
guard hit 14 of 22 field goal at-
tempts and 15 of 16 free throws.
On defense, he held Atlanta's Pete

Name
Wilmore
Grabiec
Johnson
Lockard
Tyler
Hart
Bazelon
s. Brady
Buiss
Weaver
Bridges
Bernard
Whitten
Rea
MICHIGAN
Opponents
RECORD: 7

8 60-150 69-89 84 10.5 189
12 67-165 30-39 59 4.9 164
12 66-133 27-54 126 10.5 1559
12 58-131 32-52 122 10.2 148
12 46,107 16-24 45 3.$ 108
12 38-106 29-40 22 1.8 105
8 8-19 6-9 13 1.6 22
5 8-15 2-3 7 1.4 18
9 9-22 0-2 6 0.7 18
8 5-21 2-6 0 0.0 12
3 3-12 2-2 4 1.3 8
4 3-4 2-4 7 . 1.8 8
6 2-3 4-4 3. 0.5 8
2 2-2 0-0 0 0.0 4
12 375-890 221-328 581 48.4 971
12 405-882 182-263 599 49.9 992
2-0) (Turnovers: Mich. 196, Opp.

23.6
13.7
13.1
12.3
9.0
8.8
2.8
3.6
2:0
1.5
2.7
2.0
13
2.0
80.9
82.7
198)

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Maravich to 17 points.
Royals center Sam Lacey, out-
playing Walt Bellamy, hit for 17
points, grabbed 19 rebounds and
blocked six Atlanta shots.
The Royals led all the way, start-{
ing with a 26-20 edge in the first
period. Rookie Nate Williams hitI
eight of his 18 points in the last
quarter and Cincinnati pulled
away.
Cincinnati hit 51 per cent of its
shots while Atlanta shot 41 per!
cent. Lou Hudson led the Hawks'
with 28 points.
* *K *M
Portland blazes

AL AL a0/k-,

Special To The Daily
SAVANNAH - The Michigan
gymnasts ran up against stiff
Southern competition last night,
but Coach Newt Loken's squadI
held on for a 159.55-156.7 win
over Georgia Southern. The vic-
tory extends the Wolverine win-
ning streak to 44 straight dual
meets.
Michigan captured a slight edge
in four of the six events, losing
points to Southern in still rings
and parallel bars. Coach Loken
commented, "It was a tight con-
test, with the Southerners push-
ing us all the way." He also com-

The Wolverines took a clean'
sweep in the first two events as
Ward Black, Ray Gura, and Ter-
ry Boys finiished 1-2-3 in floor
exercises, and Gura, Dick Kaziny,
and Ted Marti led the way on
sidehorse.
Georgia Southern's Dave Zirn-
sak scored 9.1 in still rings, with
Gura taking second and South-
ern's Dan Warbutton finishing
third. Warbutton took the long-
horse' event, with Gura a close
second and Southern's John Gra-
cik third.
Warbutton, who tied for all-
around individual honors with Ted
Marti, took first on the parallel
bars, Marti finishing second and
Michigan's Jean Paul Bouchard
coming in third. Michigan again
dominated the high bar, as Marti
turned in a brilliant 9.3 perform-
ance. Wolverine high bar special-

,

wins, 5 losses (Big Ten:

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Geoff Petrie plimented Georgia Southern coach
hit a 16-foot jump shot with two Ron Ortley on a tremendous build-
seconds left, giving the Portland ing job in Southern gymnastics.
Professional League Standingsr

third.
In all-around competition, War-
button and Marti both finished
the evening with a total of 53.2.
Ray Gura finished second with
52.55, and Southern's Collins took
third with 49.65, just .05 ahead of
Jean Paul Bouchard.
Coach Loken expressed appre-
ciation for the Southern brand of
hospitality to which his squad is
being treated this weekend say-
ing, "we had good food, good fa-
cilities, and a great crowd at the
meet." He expres'sed even more
approval of the performances of
Marti and Gura.
"It was a good meet to have
under our belt," Loken said, "and
we're really looking forward to
tonight's Olympic Preview."
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EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
Boston 31 16 .652
New York 25 18 .581
Philadelphia 19 27 .416
Buffalo 13 31 .295
Central Division
Baltimore 19 23 .452
Atlanta 16 29 .347
Cleveland 15 28 .349
Cincinnati 13 32 .284
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Midwest Division

Virginia 28 18
New York 20 26
Floridians 19 26
GB Pittsburgh 19 28
Carolina 16 30
4 West Division
l1% Utah 32 14
16V Indiana 26 19
Memphis 19 26
- Dallas 20 29
4 Denver 17 26
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Carolina 105, Floridians 98
Virginia 114, New York 104
- Kentucky 120. Dallas 104
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