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Friday, November 12, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday, November 12, 197 '1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

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By JOEL GREER
"We're undefeated-let's keep it
that way," reads one of the signs'
posted in the Michigan hockey
dressing room. And even though
the icers don't open their season
until tonight, they are more than
eager to erase the losing image
they acquired last season.
However, the icers will have to
pull off a near miracle if they in-
tend to keep that sign up for very
long. Western Ontario, one of the
Ontario - Quebec Hockey Associa-
tion's fine teams, moves into the
Michigan Coliseum for a two-game
series beginning at 8 p.m. tonight.
With three games already be-,
hind them, the Mustangs' experi-
ence can only spell trouble for the
Wolverines' inexperience.
Not only, is this the Wolverines'
opening encounter. Coach Al Ren-
frew is fielding an unusual high
number of freshmen.
Eight of them will make their}
initial appearance in a college
hockey game and a multitude of
mistakes must be expected.
Western Ontario, ontthe other
hand, has erased many of its early
season miscues in the last two
games- The Mustangs knocked off
both Sonshawe College 7-2 and the
University of Waterloo 6-3 after
taking a 9-4 opening drubbing from
L r "+n~n II~nin All+'

Bagnell remains a question mark
and could be the key to Michigan's
overall success this season.
The two freshman netminders,
Terry Lajeunesse and Ray Eolles
are not expected ,to see action in
either game.
For the Mustangs Watson is es-
NIGHT EDITOR: pecially high on Dick Oudekerk and
JOHN PAPANEK Bob Jeffrey. "They're perhaps the
top two players in the league," he
declared. Jeffrey was the third
sociation standings, Renfrew plans leading scorer in the league last
to use four forward lines instead season while Oudekerk was a bul-
of the usual three. I wark on defense.
The first line, an j:u-Montrealf+Another standout, Doug Johnston,
contingent, will have junior Michl played three years at North Dakota
Jarry centering highly regarded before enrolling as a graduate stu-
freshman Paul-Andre Paris and dent at Western Ontario. In the
last year's leading scorer Bernie Ontario - Quebec league, graduate
Gagnon. r students, although they are a rare
Senior Robert Straub will play few, are allowed to particiapte.
between sophomores Julian Nixon Wa
and Bob Falconer on another line Watson, who took the Western
while freshman Frank Warner will Ontario job in 1965, figures his

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join Rick Mallette and Gary Con-
nelly on ia third.
A fourth line will feature an all-
freshman combination, Gary Kar-
dos will be at left wing, Randy
'Neal will handle the center slot
while Pat Donnelly will play the
right side.
At defense, Renfrew plans to
have the usual five ready for duty.
Freshman Randy Trudeau will
team up with senior Punch Car-

squad will ct
"I expect to
over the we
well, I hope
In order to
goal, the Mid
working extr
puck out of it
this week.Z
tently harass
season and R
ing it won'ti

[o well in the series.
Sget at least a split
ekend. but if we play
to win both."
avoid the "giveaw v"
chigan squad has been
a hard on moving the
ts own zone in practice
That problem consis-
ed the Wolverines last
Renfrew has been hlp-
pop up again. "We've
ntly changing players
right combinations,"
lamed. Each time the
iched around the play-
rn their linemates' in-
es.
away from the "an-
which is required to
fluid attack.

Bra ins
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Jeff Mullins scored
27 points in the first three quarters
and Nate Thurmond had 13 in the
last period as the Golden State
Warriors handed the New York
Knicks a 112-103 National Basket-
ball Association loss last night.
Mullins scored 19 points in the
first half including the go-ahead
basket with 3%/ minutes left to help
the Warriors forge a 65-57 lead.
The hot-shooting Mullins then
scored eight more in the third
stanza as the Warriors held off a
Knicks' charge led by Dick Bar-
nett's seven-point splurge and to
maintain a two-point advantage at1
83-81.
Thurmond, who scored 27 in all,
then repulsed New York with his
hot hand in the last period, helping
the Warriors pull away into a 108-
101 lead with two minutes remain-
ing. Mullins wound up with 31.
Walt Frazier led the Knicks with
30. Earl Monroe, just acquired in
a trade with the Baltimore Bullets,
had nine points while playing a
reserve role.
Bruins blitz
BOSTON - The Boston Bruins
survived a penalty-filled first per-
iod and rallied to defeat the Cali-
fornia Golden Seals 5-2 last night
on a pair of second period goals
by National Hockey League scor-
ing king Phil Esposito.
Esposito, who set an NHL record
of 76 goals and 152 points last sea-
son, collected his 10th and 11th of
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lose a
the current campaign in the second
period and then set up. Mike Wal-
ton for an insurance goal late in
the finale.
Boston outshot California in the
first period, but trailed 1-0 as the
Seals capitalized on a power play
with San Gilbertson scoring at
14:39 of the first period.
Boston was penalized a total of
13 minutes to just two for Cali-
fornia in the opening period.
* * *
Kings conquer
BUFFALO, N.Y.-Jean Potvin's
first goal of the National Hockey
League season was the winner as
the Los Angeles Kings defeated the
Buffalo Sabres 4-2 last night.

gain
Seals
Potvin scored midway through
the final period nine seconds after
leaving the penalty box.
Bill Flett added a goal into an
empty net with 10 seconds remain-
ing.
The victory ended a Los Angeles
losing streak at seven games.
The Sabres opening the scoring
midway through the first period
when Kevin O'Shea converted Gil
Perreault's goal mouth pass but
the Kings came back with two
goals in the second period.
Eddie Joyal put in the first on
a two-on-one break with Ralph
Backstrom. The Kings then gained
the lead with Gilles Marotte scored
with Buffalo short-handed.

nm Ontario 'junior A team
ustang ca Rluo n t LWatson tier while seniors Jerry Lefebvre been constan
echoes the experience problem : and captain Brian Skinner make to get the
"We played very poorly in the first up the other defensive duo. Fresh- Renfrew exp
"Weplaed erypooly n te frstman Pete Dunbar will be the swing lines are swit
game, a little better in the second, man D ers must lea
and very well against Waterloo." In goal, Karl Bagnell will return dividual mov
He added that his team has ap- for his third and final season. Af- This takes
preciably cut down its miscues. ter an impressive sophomore sea- ticipation" w
- The Western Ontario coach is son and a sluggish junior year produce a f
quite optimistic about his team's __________________
chances this year. Watson, who
took a leave of absence last year NIELSON START:
to do his Ph.D. work at Wisconsin, TO
notes that his squad "will be push-
ing toward the top" of the league
tis seas ha is cMparison squad is

-Daily-Jim Wallace
MICHIGAN FORWARD (or is it defenseman?) Michel Jarry (11)
feeds a perfect pass to teammate Brian Slack (8) in last year's
contest against Minnesota-Duluth. Slack is gone, but Jarry returns
to the Michigan ice tonight where he will center the line of Bernie
Gagnon and super-frosh Paul-Andre Paris.

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"much improved over the last one
that went down to Michigan." That'
was back in 1968 when Michigan By MICHAEL SCOTT OLIN
overwhelmed Western Ontario 13-3. When queried as to how the
But nobody is anticipating a score Purdue defense intended to con-
like that tonight. tain Michigan's powerful rushing
To add to the problems which game in tomorrow"s contest at
%may affect tonight's performance, West Lafayette, Boilermaker de-
it was decided at the beginning of fensive backfield coach George
practice five weeks ago that Mich- Catavolos commented, "We plan
igan would not field a junior var- to bring the secondary 'up tighter'
sity team. With the reduced squad, to the line.
it has been impossible to have, However, in more general terms
game -'like scrimmages. "T h a t it seems that the Riveters are al-
could very well tell on their play ready as 'up tight' as they can be,
tonight," Renfrew indicated. having lost their last three games
To give the freshmen needed ex- in a row, and as a result, dropping
perience, and since the series with out of Rose Bowl contention.
Western Ontario will not count in The only role left for the Boil-
the Western Collegiate Hockey As-~ ermarakers to play this year is,

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that of the spoiler. This is no new
role, though, as the Blacksmith's
have proven quite adept at spoil-
ing; their most recent accom-
plishment being last year's 26-14,
win over what had previously been
an undefeated Stanford team.
This year, Purdue almost threw
a similar wrench into Notre.
Dame's gears, but the Boilers
were unable to hold onto their
lead and lost 8-7 when the Irish
scored in the last two minutes
of play.
One plus for the Riveters is that
Junior quarterback Gary Daniel-
son has recovered sufficiently from
his shoulder injury to start. Pur-

due head coach Bob Demoss com-
mented, "We don't know if Gary
can go two plays, two series, two
quarters, or the whole game, but
we'll find out on Saturday."
Danielson, who has only played
in six games thus far due to his
ailing shoulder, has completed 70
of 120 passes for 1093 yards and
six touchdowns. If Danielson
should prove ineffective, back-up
quarterback Steve Burke will step
in as helmsman. Burke has com-
pleted 34 of 77 aerials for 409
yards.
By far the bulk of Purdue's
horseshoe type pitchers have
been directed at split end Rick
Sayers and right halfback Darryl
Stingley.
Sayers has nailed 35 of the
tosses for 539 yards and three
touchdowns. These totalsplace
Sayers second in Big Ten receiv-
ing this year.

FACE MSU IN REMATCH:
Frosh1 set for season finale

Commenting on this year's
team, Demoss said, "This team
deserves a better fate than to
have lost five of it's eight games.
It's a better ball club than 3-5,
but the way they've lost three of
those games (in the last three
minutes and Saturday with nine
seconds left) is really crushing."
The Boilermakers will need
more than sour grapes though to
dump the undefeated Wolverines,
including a Samsonite effort from;
the de'fense.
In their games to date, the de-
fense thas been trammeled for
170 points. The Wolverines, who
are averaging over 40 points pert
game have been virtually unstop-
pable this year, having not scored
less than 21 points all year, and
that low total coming in their
first game.
The problem is that defense
hasn't been able to come through
with the big play, as evidenced
by their last second loss last week
end despite their overall creditable
effort.
The Wolverines, in contrast,
lead the Big Ten in both scoring
defense, rushing defense, and to-
tal defense. This will call for a
better than Superhuman effort
from the Boilermaker offense.
The key to tomorrow's game
then, just may rest in the respec-
tive defenses, or as the ancient
Chinese proverb goes: A rolling
defense smothers Demoss.

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By MARC FELDMAN role in the Michigan victory. Carl the Islands was Dick Kenney, the double threat to opposing de-
The Baby Blue of Michigan's Russ (Muskegon). Dave Brown bare-footed kicker on MSU's 1966 tenses as he is both a capable
*first and last home game of the (Akron, Ohio), Tim Cashen (Por- national championship team. runner and receiver. He has rush-
Cage),Roy Burks (Midland), and,
1971 season will take place to- g Fullback Clarence Bullock h a : ed for a 4.4 average on 52 carries
morrow at 10 A.M. in Michigan Steve Strinko (Monroe, Ohio) led carried 18 times for 68 yards as and three touchdowns in addition
Stadium against Michigan State. the defensive charge that forced Morgado's partner in the back- to latching onto 27 passes for a
Coach Tirrel Burton's crew h a s the Irish mto giving up the ballfield. State has been alternating whopping 18.0 yards per catch.
posted a 1-1 record with a 20-6 on turnovers seven times. Twice Steve Mordyk, Mike Jones a n d The real Golden Rivet in the
victory over the Notre Dame frosh the Wolverines moved in to score. Steve Burton at quarterback. Boilermaker offense however is
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Moss to the Spartans at East Lan- yard kickoff return crushed by Notre Dame, the sea- Armstrong has by far been Pur-
sing two weeks earlier. Gil Chapman of Elizabeth, N.J son has been somewhatsatisfying due's most potent offensive threat
The Baby Blue would like noth- will do the bluk of the running for Coach Ed Rutherford. T l e having carried the pigskin 181
ing better than to close its ab- Saturday for the Baby Blue. The Spartans recruited a plethora of times for 786 yards and four
breviated season with a victory 5-9, 175 pound High School All- backs so the linemen were neglect- touchdowns. Armstrong, who is
over the Spartans. State's victory American halfback is described ed since Daugherty will have his only a junior, is already fifth
in the team's first meeting would as "extremely quick, with great entire varsity line back for 1972 on the all time Purdue rushing list
have to be considered an upset as moves", by Coach Burton. Chap- Therefore, an unusually high num- and needs only eight more yards
Othe Spartans were crushed by man was legend in his own time ber of walk-ons (seven) will start to move up another notch. In last
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Mifflin, Ohio, out for the season ferson High to a share of the state The first encounter between the ed to a piddling 11 yards in 14
with an injury, the Baby Blue will championship in 1970. two teams was played in a rain carries as the Michigan defense
probably go to the air a little more Halfback Arnold Morgado h a s storm and was the first game for smothered the Purdue offense on
often this Saturday. Dennis Frank- been the workhorse of the MSU both teams. Michigan had trouble their way to a 29-0 burn.
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