THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, January 23, 1972
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RUSH-WHO NEEDS IT?
(a 30-second course on fraternology)
LET'S FACE IT; not many guys need it. You can hove parties
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We're not an image; we're a fraternity. We believe in the
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Come over and see the flicks with us; come over and have
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Friday, Jan. 28- 7-12 p.m.
DELTA SIGMA PHI, 2009 Washtenaw-761-7420
By JOEL GREER
Michigan Tech hockey coach
John Macfnnes has long been an
advocate of a strong defensive
hockey team. Last night, his idea
of a good defense was nowhere toR
be seen as the Michigan icers out-
scored the Huskies 8-6 before a
sellout crowd of 3,600 at the
"We didn't play very tight de-
fensively." MacInnes assessed,
"the goalie, the defense, the for-
wards, in fact, all of them."
But it was more of a case of;
the Michigan offense, which has
been practically non-existent of
late, that came through with an
excellent performance. From the
tenacious forchecking of Julian
Nixon to the heads-up backcheck-
ing of Paul-Andre Paris, the Wol-
verines had the Huskies confused
right from the opening face-off.
It was the goal at the one-
minute mark of the first period
that gave the Wolverines the mo-
mentum they needed to carry
them past the highly regarded
Bernie Gagnon, who has been
in a mild scoring slump, scored
his first of two after Bob Falcon-
er's shot hit the post. The re-
The goal produced the spark the
Wolverines apparently needed to
get them moving again. The Wol-
verines showed signs of breaking
out of their current slump Friday
night but the lack of breaks and
the failure to put the puck in the
net caused another defeat.
This time. "we had the momen-
tum and got a few breaks," men-
tioned a happy Wolverine coach
Al Renfrew after the game. "When
you don't score a goal," Renfrew
added in reference to Friday's 3-0
loss. "you can't gain the momen-
FIRST PERIOD SCORING: 1. M-
Gagnon (Falconer, Jarry) 1:00; 2. T-
Starmer (Chestolowski, Mott) 5:43.
PENALTIES: 1. M-Dunbar (2, hi-!
stick) 5:57; 2. T-McPhail (2, int.) 8:04;
3. T-McPhail (2, hi-stick) 10:24; 4. M-
onnrelly (?, hi-stick) 10:24; 5. T-Nahr-
giang (2, rough) 12:40: 6. M-Dunbar (2,
hi-stick) 15:00; 7. M-Trudeau (2, hold)
SECOND PERIOD SCORING: 3. M-
Jarryx (( :gnon. Triideau) 2:24; 4. M-
Par'is (Skinner. Lefebvre) 10:48; 5. T-
Mott (C hestolowski, Stamler) 11:09; 6.
M-Neal (Falconer, Mallette) 11:48; 7. M_
Lefebvre (Falconer, Jarry) pp 19:29.
PENALTIES: 8. M-Falconer (2, trip)
31; 9 T- Pushie (2, elbow) 4:30; 10.
T-Abbey (2, int.) 5:34; 11. M-Trudeau
(2, trip) 7:46; 12. M-Skinner (2, hi-
The Huskies evened the score at the first frame, but the theme of game, only three goals were of the less than two minutes apart, half-
1-1 at the 5:43 mark when Lorne the entire game was beginning to power play variety. Jerry Lefebvre way through the final period.
Stamler, who missed Friday's en show as Michigan was out-hustling got the first one with Bill Steele
counter with the flu, converted the Huskies on every occasion. in the box for tripping. fectly by Darwin Mott in the slot
Ed Chestolowski's rebound. Just past the two-minute mark A fist fight between Tech's Bob to the left of Bagnell. At 10:08
The flu bug, however, remained of the second period, the Wol- Lorimer and Michigan's veteran Jim Nahrgang, who has already
to haunt the Huskies as Mike verines grabbed the lead for good. puncher Gary Connelly late in the been claimed by the Detroit Red'
Usitalo, a two-goal scorer Friday, Michel Jarry turned in Randy second stanza fired up the Huskies Wings. made things a bit shaky
had to sit this one out. Not one Trudeau's blue-line slap-shot for for the comeback in the final per- for the Wolverines with his long
for making excuses, MacInnes his eighth goal of the season. iod. BothLrimerand Connely,'eenhosg
quickly pointed out that "him Paris pushed the lead to 3-1 who started the incident with a
(Usitalo) being absent didn't make midway through the period with But Michigan scored three times
any difference." But it was ob- a fifty-foot drive that beat Tre- high-sticking maneuver were giv- in the next four minutes to ice
vious that Tech's number one line win on the stick side. en five-minute major penalties. the victory.
was certainly hampered without A goal by Darwin Mott less than Automatically, both players missed The triumph should give the
the Laurium, Michigan standout. 30 seconds later almost turned the the remainder of the contest and Wolverines the confidence they
There was no further scoring in game around but Randy Neal's will be lost to their respective need to move back into the WCHA
stick) 13:21; 13. T- Coates (2, hi-stick)Iseventh of the year barely 40 sec- teams for the next game also. race. "It was a great win for us,"
13:23; 14. T-Steele (2, trip) 17:39; 15. onds after Mott's, kept the mo- ' Renfrew naturally declared, "I
M-Connelly (2, hold) 19:44; 16. M-Con- mentum on Michigan's side. Tech narrowed the Michigan hope we're back on the right
nelly (5, fight) 19:44; 17. T-Abbey (2, Despite being a penalty-marred lead to one with a pair of goals track."
slash( 19:44; 18. T-Lorimer (5, fight)
TsIRD PERIOD SCORING: 8.'T-1 :IOWA UPSETS GAMECOCKS:
Chsoosi(Mott) 8:26; 9. T-Nahr- ''''UST
gang (Crosby, Wise) pp 10:08 10. M-
Gagnon (Falconer, Jarry) 10:34; 11. T-
Mott (Stamler) 11:00; 12. M-Straub
(Werner, Nixon) 124:1;13 M-Jarry
Falconer) 14:18; 14. Bucksd ab Hoosiers
ler (Mott, Chestolowski) pp 15:42.
PENALTIES: 19. T-Nahrgang (2, int.)
2:46; 20. M-Cartier (2, in.) 9:52; 21, COLUMBUS, Ohio - Allan 49-45 early in the second half. in 40 points, and the Hawkeyes
M-Dunhar (2,Abe(2slh1:5 crosscheck)3 10 :00; 22. T -
Abbey (2, slash) 16:25; 23. M-Paris (2, Hornyak fired in a season-high 36 Once the Hoosiers closed to upset fifth-ranked South Carolina
hi-stick) 17:36. points last night, leading seventh- within four points, Witte and 91-85 last night after No. 4 Long
------ ranked Ohio State to its 13th Hornyak took charge. They scored Beach State ripped Loyola of Chi-
straight Big Ten basketball vic- the next 13 points for Ohio State, cago 79-58 in a Chicago stadium
tory 80-74 over Indiana. which surged back into a 62-53 basketball doubleheader.
n u n d ate Seven-foot Luke Witte contrib- lead. Aftre lagging 42-39 at halftime,
uted 21 points and 16 rebounds The Buckeyes hit 50 per cent of South Carolina moved in at 56-55
for the Buckeyes before fouling their shots from the floor, includ- on a jumper by Casey Manning
out with 27 seconds to play. The ing 55 per cent in mounting a and a minute later made it 58-57
Buckeyes spurted to a 13-3 lead 40-30 halftime lead. on a shot by Danny Traylor.
in the first five minutes and never Mark Minor held high-scoring Williams, who pumped 17 of his
trailed. total points in the first half, added
Rick Bay's charges host defending Jonl Ritter le the Hoosiers Joby Wright to four field goals 10 in the last 10 minutes to com-
NCAA titlist Oklahoma State. with 27 points. He scored 16 in d 1 t gb n
S . 1 «. . .4 ...eragin20 it bin with the free-throw shooting
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Visit the DAILY booth at Activities Day bound came off to Gagnon who-
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tive dual meet victory, the Michi- Micnigan's chances
gan wrestlers thoroughly trounced the Cowboys appear
Indiana yesterday, 25-12. The the Wolverine swimn
Wolverines swept five of the first ing off Indiana. Th
six matches from the out-classed State meet rates as t
but spirited Hoosiers. of the Wolverine hor
Bill Davids (12-3) recorded the 118--Jim Brown (M) deci
lone Michigan fall of the after- Hulsell, 4-1.
noon. Trailing 2-0 after one per- 126-Bill Davids (M) pinn
iod, Davids came alive and surged 134-Jim Hagan (M) decis
to a 12-2 lead over an exhausted Angel, 12-2.
Tom Mash. Eight seconds re- 142-Bill Willetts (I) deci
mained when Mash succumbed. Schuck, 5-0.
Senirs im aanandLon150-Jerry Hubbard (M)d
niors Jim Hagan and Lon Rick Thomas, 6-0.
Harris turned in their finest per- 158-Mitch Mendrygal (M
formances of the season. Hagan John Willson, 6-4,
Ang 167-ave Clark (I) decisi
methdicaly aule Jef Anel, Ryan, 3-2.
12-2. Harris' solid 6-2 victory over 177-Dave Curby (M) deci
Jim Main left little doubt that he Clary, 4-2.
has broken out of his early season l9OLon Harris (M) deci
slump. .aMain. 6-2.
slump. HVY-Gary Don atelli (I)1
Monday nighit at 7:30 Coach Er'nst, 4:13.
of upsetting the second half to keep Indiana
as bleak as in contention.
mers knock- Steve Downing, who wound up
e Oklahoma with 15 points, led an Indianaf
he highlight rally that cut the Buckeye lead to
By BOB McGINN7
Capturing their fifth consecu-
of Kevin Kunnert to keep the
1Hawkeyes out of range. The near-
Iowa inures est the Gamecocks came in this
CHICAGO -- Iowa led all the last stretch was 85-81. Kunnert
way with Rick Williams pouring totaled 20 points.
With 21/2 minutes to go 'and
leading 84-79, the Hawkeyes went
into a partial stall and were suc-
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Big Ten All Games points to pad the score.
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"PAST AND FUTURE WARS;
WHAT ARE THEIR CAUSES"
MICHIGAN 83, Northwestern 79
Ohio State 80, Indiana 74
Minnesota 67, MichiganState 57
Iowa 91, South Carolina 85
TOKE UP TWO AT YPSI
I Tumblers streak grows
L ippnig oum caronna was
L Kevin Joyce with 23 points and
3 Tom Riker with 18.
I EAST LANSING, Mich. - Clyde
5iTurner poured in 31 points and
5 teammate Ron Behagen added 23
3 to lead Minnesota to a 67-7 Big
6 Ten basketball victory over Mich-
10 igan State last night.
5 Turner and Behagen combined
for 30 points in the first half as
the Gophers took a 35-23 lead.
The Spartans returned after in-
termission to close within four at
10:04 but the Gophers held off
the comeback effort to win their
sixth straight game.
Minnesota increased its overall
record to 10-3 and Big Ten mark
to 4-0, while the Spartans drop to
7-6 and 1-3 respectively.
Allen Smith with 20 and sopho-
more guard Mike Robinson with
18 led the MSU attack
By CHUCK DRUKIS
YPSILANTI - Michigan's gym-
nasts extended their streak to 46
consecutive dual meet victories
by crushing Eastern Michigan
159.4 - 146.9 and Chicago Circle
160.9 - 157.8 in a double dual meet
held in Bowen Field House yester-
Michigan registered the top score
in each event against the Hurons
while taking four out of six
Ray Gura received top honors
in two events - the free exercise
and the long horse -while Monty
Falb and Dick Kaziny copped one.
each - the still rings and the side
horse, respectively - to lead the
Wolverines over highly respected
Murry Plotkin, despite recording
a 9.05 on the parallel bars, lost
to a 9.35 score by Chicago's Doug
Anderson. Jim Scully's 8.95 per-
formance was outdone by Chicago's
Clarence Johnson with a 9.2.
Michigan's .all around men -
Gura, Ted Marti, and J. P. Bou-
chard - bagged the top three
spots against the Windy City rep-
resentatives. The Wolverines fini-
shed one, two, and five in the all
around against Eastern.
The most remarkable perfor-
mance of the meet was executed
by Michigan's Keith Martin on the
still rings. Martin, who competed
for the first time against North
Carolina last week, received the
largest ovation given by the crowd
after performing a complete set
Michigan's coach Newt Loken
thought that his gymnast's per-
formance was encouraging al-
though they performed erratically
on the parallel bars and the high
Chicago's coach Bill Roetzheim
was unsatisfied by the performance
of his team. "We had gone four
weeks without, a broken routine
on the side horse." said Roetz-
heim. "But today we fell off four
out of five times.."
Michigan will now prepare for
the Big Ten season, starting with
Iowa next week.
10 1jGU UL~ M 1T ttuon,
Chicago 115, Houston 108
Cincinnati 113, Cleveland 96
Golden State 113, Philadelphia 106
Detroit 3, Buffalo 2
Vancouver 5, New York 2
Boston 8, Montreal 5
Minnesota 4, Toronto 1
Indiana 119, Utah 113
Marquette 70,DePaul 61
Eastern Michigan 105, Ferris 73
Toledo 89, Western Michigan 82
Providence 89, Niagara 79
Kentucky 72, Tennessee 70
. Arkansas 100, Texas A&M 89
M arshall 103, Bowling Green 80
Cincinnati 81, Tulsa 74
Dayton 58, Kent 56
Florida State 71, Georgia Tech 69
Wake Forest 95, South Florida 68
Central Michigan 109, Central State 65
North Carolina St. 80, Pittsburgh 73
Miami, Ohio 91, Ohio U 77
Duke 76, North Carolina 74
Fordham 79, Princeton 75
Long Beach St. 79, Loyola, Chicabo 55
Colorado 74, Kansas 69
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