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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, January 21, 197 _

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'DO-OR-DIE DUO:
lcers
By FRANK LONGO
The Michigan icers will host
Michigan Tech tonight in the
first game of a weekend series as
the season approaches the do-or-
die stage.
Fresh off a 7-2 thrashing by
Michigan State in East Lansing
Wednesday night and riding a
five game losing streak, the Wol-
verines continue to maintain a
four point hold on ninth place in
a division in which eight teams
make the playoffs.

host T
now 5-8 in league play, 14 points
on the year. But their chances
of moving up are slim as eighth-
place Notre Dame, now with 14
points, plays an eight point ser-
ies with cellar-dwelling Minne-
sota, and should be able to sal-
vage at least one victory.

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OPEN HOUSE
January 23 thru 29
Corner South U and Washtenaw
Phone 663-3534

But here come the Huskies, who
last year won the WCHA with an
18-4 record, led by Most Valuable
Player Rob Murray, Freshman
of the Year Mike Usitalo, and
Coach of the Year John MacInnes.
Murray has since graduated,
Usitalo has dropped from first
to third leading scorer on the
team, but MacInnes is still go-
ing strong.

This Weekend in Sports
TODAY
HOCKEY--Michigan Tech at Coliseum, 8:00 pm.
TOMORROW
FRESHMEN BASKETBALL-Wayne State at Crisler Arena,
12:00 noon
VARSITY BASKETBALL-Northwestern at Crisler Arena,
2:00 p.m.
SWIMMING--Michigan State at Matt Mann Pool, 3:00 p.m.
HOCKEY--Michigan Tech at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.
GYMNASTICS-Eastern Michigan and Chicago Circle at
Eastern Michigan
WRESTLING-Indiana at Crisler Arena, 4:00 p.m.

RIDES

WEST QUAD
MARKLEY
BURSLEY BUS STOP

And whereas last week Michi-
gan had a chance to jump from
ninth place to fourth with a
sweep of Denver, there's little
possibility the Wolverines will
find themselves as good as in a
tie for eighth place come Mon-
day morning, even if they win
two games over Tech.
A double victory over the Hus-
kies would give the Wolverines.

SUN. 4-8, MON. & TUES. 6:30-7:30

KEEP THIS LIST!
HERE'SHEP2 Hours a Day
Ann Arbor has a wide variety of services ready to give immediate aid in an
emergency. Unless otherwise noted, all of the following people are available around
the clock, 7 days a week:
-76-GUIDE. Immediate help for any problem or question. Help in cutting through
red tape; someone to listen when you need to talk. Referral to campus and com-
munity resources. Professional counselors on call. Dial 76-GUIDE.
-UNIVERSITY INFORMATION. Phone numbers of University faculty, staff, and
offices. From University phones, Dial "0"; from elsewhere, Dial 764-1817.
-STUDENT LOCATOR. Student phones and addresses. Dial 764-2330, 8 a.m.-
10:30 p.m. weekdays; 9 a.m.-10:30 p.m. weekends.
-LOCAL DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE. Non-University numbers. Dial 411.
-HEALTH SERVICE. For student medical emergencies. Dial 764-8320. (In extreme
emergency - coma, massive bleeding, etc. - call Emergency Room, University
Hospital.)
-EMERGENCY ROOM, University Hospital. Medical and psychiatric emergencies.
Dial 764-5102.
-POISON CONTROL. What to do when poisoning is suspected. Dial 764-5102.
--BLACK INFORMATION-COUNSELING. Helps Black students solve the many
problems encountered at the University. Black counselors available 24 hours.
Dial 764-8131.
-DRUG HELP. Aid for bad trips; drug information; medical assistance available.
Dial 761-HELP.
-OZONE HOUSE. Aids run-aways; temporary food and shelter; legal and medical
aid. Dial 769-6540.
-ANN ARBOR NETWORK. Youth community information: phone numbers, draft
information; transportation. Dial 769-6540.
-CRISIS WALK-IN CLINIC. Free crisis counseling for emotional, personal, or
family problems. A county agency, primarily for non-students. Dial 761-9834.
-CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES. Foster care placements; personal counseling;
help in finding food and housing. Dial 662-4534 or 662-1535.
-S.O.S. Crisis assistance, information, referral and community services in Ypsi-
lanti. Dial 485-3222.
--ANN ARBOR POLICE. Dial 769-6311.
-ANN ARBOR FIRE DEPARTMENT. Dial 663-4138.
-OTHER CITY OFFICES. Emergencies where city services are needed (traffic lights
out, trees down, road blocked, etc.) Dial 761-2400, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays; other
times, Dial 761-2578.
WHEN IN DOUBT - CALL 76-GUIDE
--

An outstanding goaltender at
Michigan from 1946 to 1950, Mac-
Innes is in his 16th year at Mich-
igan Tech and tonight seeks his
300th career victory.
Leading the defense on the ice
for the Huskies will be All-Ameri-
can goalie Morris Trewin, but
without last year's All-American
defenseman Murray, his goals
against average has skidded to
3.9,
However, a juggling of lines by
Maclnnes last week in a two-
game sweep of second place Min-
nesota - Duluth will probably be
in effect again tonight.
Leading scorer Gary Crosby,
a sophomore center, will work
for the Student Body:
LEVI'S
Denim
Bells
'CHECKMATE
State Street at Liberty

between Usitalo and Lei Hart-
viksen. Bob D'Alvise is centering
Graham Wise and Steve Coates
and Darwin Mott is with Lorne
Stamler and Ed Chestelowski, sec-
ond leading scorer.
Michigan's first line will'prob-
ably consist of Gagnon, Mallette,
and Jarry, as they started
against the Spartans Wednesday
night, but if tonight's game goes
anything likethatone it will be
hard, to tell how the rest of the
team is organized.
The Wolverines were called for
twenty of the thirty penalties in
the game and their forwards were
more often arranged in two-man
penalty - killing units than three
man lines.
A few of the calls were legiti-
mate, some were debatable, but
most of all they were just plain,

Wolverines were assessed two mi-
nor penalties for roughing while
the Spartans received a minor
penalty for roughing, one five
minute major and a game mis-
conduct.
Michigan might be in for a
change against Tech, a team
which has scored nine power play
goals this season and given up 24.
The Wolverines need every break
they can get.

Michigan gymnast works out on side horse

FACE CHICAGO, HURONS:
Gymnasts clash in EMU meet

uncalled for.
A fight broke out in the
period involving Michigan's
"Punch" Cartier and Bob
cone, and Michigan State's
Olson and Chris Murfey.

first
Jean
Fal-
Rick
The

WCHA Standings

Wisconsin
Minnesota-Duluth
Denver
Colorado College
Michigan State
Michigan Tech
North Dakota
Notre Dame
MICHIGAN
Minnesota

W
13
9
9
7
8
6
7
5
5
3

L Pts
3 34
7 34
5 22
8 20,
9 20I
7 18
7 18
7 14
8 10
11 6
GAMES

By CHUCK DRUKIS
Two of the nations top gym-
nastics teams will congregate in
Ypsilanti Saturday for a double
dual meet.
Michigan, one of the best uni-
versity level squads will face its
toughest competition of the year
from Chicago Circle.
Eastern Michigan will host the
event at Bowen Field House be-
ginning at 1:00 p.m. Michigan is
tentatively scheduled to first com-
Pete against Eastern and finish
the afternoon against Chicago.
Michigan will carry its record
of 44 straight dual meet victories
against Chicago, a team that has
been pushing the 160 point mark
in its performances this season.
Chicago has two outstanding all
around men in Bruces Boult and
Larry Vogt, both of whom are
capable of giving Michigan's Ray
Gura and Ted Marti some grief.
Michigan coach Newt Loken
worried about the meet, through-
out the week has held concentrat-
ed practices in preparation for
the meet.

"I'm pushing the team this week'
so that we can continue our mo-
mentum." said Loken. "We hope
to hit a good share of our rou-
tines."
Eastern's coach Marvin John-
son readily admits that his team
is outclassed by these two col-
legiate gymnastics powers.
"Both teams are scoring
around the 160 mark, which I
don't think we're capable of do-
ing." said Johnson. "More than
anything we're hoping to stay
close to them. This meet will be a
good test of whether we can win
in the future. Our main goals are
to score at least 142 points, and
to see how our all around men will
do individually."
Eastern's squad is anchored by
Dennis Sawtell, a NAIA All-
American last year. Sawtell, Ran-
dy Mills, and George Olson will
compete all-around for the Hur-
ons. Olson, however, has been laid
out with the flu and may be re-
placed by Rick Restaino.
Against Eastern, Michigan's all
around men will be Jean Gagno,

Ted Marti, and Ray Gura. J. P.
Bouchard will replace Gagnon
against Chicago.
In the floor exercise, Terry
Boys and Ward Black will join
Michigan's all - arounders. Mike
Fanshel and Dick Kaziny will
compete against Eastern while
Rupert Hansen will replace Fan-
shel against Chicago.
On the rings Jocko Harbour
and Monty Falb take on the
Hurons while Mike Sale will sub-
stitute for Harbour against the
Windy City squad.
In the vaulting event, either
Black or Boys along with Rusty
Pierce will challenge the EMUl
vaulters while Pierce will drop
out in favor of Boys and Black
against the Circle campus.
Murray Plotkin will work out
on the parallel bars against East-
ern, and will be joined by Gag-
non against Chicago.
In the final event, the high bar,
Carey Culbertson and Jim Scul-
ly will represent Michigan against
Eastern while Gagnon will fill
in for Culbertson against Chicago.

#1

THIS WEEKEND'S

Michigan Tech at MICHIGAN
Notre Dame at Minnesota (4 pts.)
Colorado Col. at N. Dakota (4)
Minn-Duluth at Denver

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NEW YORK (RP) - Dwight La-
mar and Roy Ebron, the potent
one - two scoring punch of South-
western Louisiana, are threaten-
ing to become the first set of
teammates since the 1958-59 sea-
son to finish among college bas-
ketball's top 10 point producers.
Lamar, the college division
scoring champion as a sopho-
more last season, has been this
season's major .college leader
from the outset. At present, he is
averaging 34.9 points per game,
according to statistics released
yesterday by the National Col-
legiate Sports Services.
Doug Collins of Illinois State
was runner-up to Lamar in scor-
ing with a 32.5 average, and
Richie Fuqua of Oral Roberts!
was third at 31.8.

The individual leaders in other
categories remained unchanged.
Sophomore Bobby Jones of North
Carolina had the best field goal
percentage, .739; Kermit Wash-
ington of American University
was the rebound leader with a
22.4 average per game, and Greg
Starrick of Southern Illinois was
tops in free throw percentage,
.964.
The team leaders were: Oral
Roberts in offense, 103.2 points
per game; Fairleigh - Dickinson
in defense. 56.2.
Michigan's Henry Wilmore was
26th in national scoring averag-
ing 23.9 points in nine games.
His 10.2 rebounds per game ranks
him second among the Wolver-

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g fg ftpts
12 169 81 419
15 205 77 487
12 159 63 381
7 78 44 200
14 146 103 395
12 132 71 335
12 132 71 335
13 112 129 353
9 88 63 239
12 115 86 316

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