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Wednesday, November 24, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, November 24, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Varsity

cagers

crush

frosh,

109-82

By JIM EPSTEIN
Last night's freshman - varsity
basketball game at Crisler Arena
was a typical freshman - varsity
clash-the varsity won.

(Iaily
1.
wa" olt d

and butter, was playing as effort-
lessly as ever.
Wilmore, who seems to be Olym-
pian in his hoop ability, led the
varsity with 25 points and 14 re-
bons ginths epls feh

FIVE WOLVERINES PICKED:

'This time the score 109-82, but ;U-a m : man competition.
possibly the most significant fact
to come out of the game was that NIGHT EDITORS: Orr, who must be getting some-
the varsity has not been able to SANDI GENIS what accustomed to Wilmore's
fill the void left by the departure ELLIOT LEGOW feats, shook his head slowly and
of Dan Fife in thebackcourt.ur EL__T__EG _Wmuttered "He's amazing, he's
amazing, damn, he's amazing."
Co-captain Dave Hart, who is lems with t h e i r assignments The game itself was decided
being given first crack at the spot against the veteran varsity cagers. fairly early. The varsity consis-
by coach Johnny Orr, had what, in For many of the 5,500 fans in tently worked the ball in to where
the most charitable terms, can be attendance last night, the major they could take good shots, while
referred to as an off night. attraction was Campy Russell, the the freshman had trouble pene-
Hart hit on only one of five shots most talked about athlete to ap- trating, and rarely had the luxury
from the field during his time on pear in Ann Arbor in many years. of a second shot after a miss.
the hardwood, and was charged Campy, who finished with 22 John Lockard established him-
with four personal fouls in addi- points on eight of 23 shots and self as a force to be reckoned with
tion. The man Hart was having all seven charity tosses, and 13 re- during the coming season with 17
his trouble with was 5-11 Joe John- bounds, did not play his best game. points, seven rebounds and a sharp
son, the game's leading scorer The fans, yelling in anticipation defensive job. Lockard's improve-
with 26 points. ever time Rsll trnih th ment could be vital in Orr's sea-

Big

Ten

squad

Johnson was all over the court,1
feeding his teammates when they1
needed to be fed and taking the:
shots himself when they didn't. In
all, Johnson hit on eight of 13{
from the field, and ten of 12 fromk
the free throw line.
While Johnson handled his job
more than capably, the rest of
the Baby Blue were having prob-

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Henry Wilmore (25) snaps one down

Cvly U11eniel6 leu ue 11 t iUU{! ltYl11V Sa
ball, seemed somewhat disap- son plan.
pointed in the 6-7 freshman's Given his chance following the
showing. injury of center Ken Brady. Lock-
"He was nervous I think," said ard's, pre-season performance has
Orr. "There was a lot of pressure prompted Orr to consider moving
on him out there. He's going to Wilmore to the backcourt if and
be a great player." when Brady should return.
If Russell was a bit off his peak, As for the freshmen, C. J. Kupec,
Henry Wilmore, the varsity's bread after only a f en poibasketba
seemed to be getting adjusted.
When next the varisty takes to
the hardwood, its opponent will be
a team with a good deal more ex-
perience than the freshmen had,
d ru bn g but if the backcourt problems are
not worked out, the experience of
the opposition may become a moot

CHICAGO (/P) - Champion
Michigan's Rose Bowl-bound Wol-
verines grabbed five berths, one
more than Northwestern and
Michigan State, to dominate the
1971 All-Big Ten football team
named, yesterday by The Asso-
ciated Press.
Michigan, finishing 8-0 in the
conference and 11-0 over-all, had
three of six unanimous choices,
including offensive guard Reg-
gie McKenzie, linebacker Mike
Taylor and defensive back Tom
Darden. ,
Four other Wolverines were
named to the second team-guard
Curtis Tucker, tackle Tom Coyle,
center Guy Murdock, and defen-
sive tackle Tom Beckman.
Honorable mention went to Bo
Rather, Paul Seymour, Butch
Carpenter, Tom Kee, Dana Coin,
Frank Gusich and Bruce Elliott.
Other Wolverines honored on
the first unit were halfback Bil-
ly Taylor and defensive end Mike
Keller.
The other unanimous choices
were Michigan State's Eric "The
Flea" Allen, who set three season
conference offensive records, and
a pair of defensive backfield aces,
Northwestern's Eric Hutchinson
and Michigan State's Brad Van
Pelt.
The Wildcats' quarterback Mau-
rie Daigneau and offensive line-
man Tom McCreight also were
first team picks.
The first offensive unit, includ-
ing eight seniors and three jun-
iors, had Wisconsin's Rufus
"Roadrunner" Ferguson in the
Daigneau - Allen, Billy Taylor
backfield; Minnesota's Doug King-
sriter at tight end; Purdue's Tom
Luken at tackle, and Michigan
State's Joe DeLamielleure at

juniors, was rounded out with
Tab Bennett of resurging Illinois
at end; Michigan State's Ron
Curl and. Ohio State's George Ha-
senborhl as tackles; Ohio State's
Stan White at linebacker, and Io-
wa's Craig Cleamens as defensive
back.
Offense
Ends - Barry Pearson, Northwest-
ern, 5-11, 181, senior, Geneseo, Ili., and
Doug Kingsriter, Minnesota, 6-2, 218,
junior, Richfield, Minn.
Tackles - Tom Luken, Purdue, 6-4,
237, senior, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Tom
McCreight,. Northwestern,. 6-2,. 227,
senior, Willoughby, Ohio.
Guards - Reggie McKenzie, Michi-
gan, 6-4, 232, senior, Highland Park,
Mich., and Joe DeLamielleure, Michigan
State, 6-2, 232, junior, Center Line,
Mich.
Center - Tom DeLeone, Ohio State,
6-2, 227, senior, Kent, Ohio.
Quarterback - Maurie Daigneau,

Matmnen make debut
withi intra-sq uad meet

tabbed
Northwestern, 6-2, 195, senior, Roches-
ter, Minn.
Running Back - Eric Allen, Michi-
gan State, 5-9, 161, senior, George-
town, S.C.; Billy Taylor, Michigan, 5-
1, 200, senior, Barberton, Ohio; and
Rufus Ferguson, Wisconsin, 5-6, 190,
junior, Miami, Fla.
Defense
Ends - Mike Keller, Michigan, 6-3,
215, senior, Grand Rapids, Mich., and
Tab Bennett, Illinois, 6-2, 234, junior,
Miami, Fla.
Tackles -, Ron Curl, Michigan State,
6-1. 250, senior, Chicago, Ill., and
George HosenhorhI, Ohio State, 6-1, 244,
junior, Garfield Heights, Ohio.
Linebackers - Mike Taylor, Michigan,
6-1, 224, senior, Wyandotte, Mich.; Bill
Light, Minnesota, 6-2, 240 senior, Hop-
kins, Minn.; and Stan White, Ohio
State, 6-1, 224, senior, Kent,, Ohio.... ,
Defensive Backs - Tom Darden,
Michigan, 6-2, senior, Sandusky, Ohio;
Eric Hutchinson, Northwestern, 6-2,
190, senior, Talmadge, Ohio; Brad Van
Pelt, Michigan State, 6-3, 223, junior,
Owosso, Mich; and Craig Clemons,
Iowa, 6-1, 193, senior, Piqua, Ohio.

DROP TWO TO BADGERS
Rowdy crowd greets puc ters'

By JOE PHILLIPS
In case you missed it, last week-end
while everybody in Ann Arbor was going
insane, the Michigan Wolverines hockey
team encountered a little bit of insanity
themselves in windy Madison Wisconsin.
While being drubbed 8-1 and 7-2 by a su-
perior Badger team, the Blue suffered
through the abuses of a rowdy partisan
crowd. It was a tough way to break in
a young team.
Even before the game began on Friday
night in plush Dane County Memorial
Coliseum, things didn't look good for Mich-
igan. With the excitement of the season's
first road trip tempered by the back-ache
of a grueling four hundred mile bus ride,
the Wolverines stepped on the ice to the
thunderous boos of over 7900 hostile fans.
And make no mistake about it-the hos-
tile mood of the crowd was more than just
the usual exuberance of school spirit. They
were plain nasty.
Early in the game, several Michigan
players had a confrontation with some over-
excited fans near their own bench. As
Michigan coach Al Renfrew explained it,
"Yeah, the fans up there were rough. They

spit at the players and threw things. It
had to be unnerving for our players, es-
pecially the freshmen."
"It took their minds off hockey," Ren-
frew continued, "and it was really some-
thing the way the crowd went after Karl."
Throughout . the game, Michigan goaltender
Karl Bagnell was the object of a lot of
verbal abuse. I
But after dropping the opener 8-1, the
Wolverines showed their poise and came
charging back in Saturday night's game.
"For nearly two and a half periods we
skated right with Wisconsin," Renfrew
sighed, "then we got a couple of bad breaks,
got behind 4-2 and then started making
mistakes."
With Wisconsin leading 3-2 midway
through the final period, Wolverine Pat
Donnelly swept in from the right wing
after a neat steal, but his shot rang off the
post. A moment later, with the score 4-2,
a goal by center Bob Falconer was not al-
lowed because, the referee claimed, he had
kicked the puck into the net.
Michigan couldn't get it together after
that and, with 8200 maniacal fans behind
them, the Badgers clicked foir three straight
goals.

This week-end, Michigan will try to get point.
back into the WCHA race when they play
a home-and-home series with the Michi-
W4tili
gan State Spartans. a good, big hockey team. Lock
After sweeping two from Bowling Green, E. J
last week-end the Spartans split a pair with Gr
Minnesota, winning the opener 3-2 only to Buss
lose 3-1 the next night. Tylr
E ae .

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ard
ohnso
bec
1r

Renfrew contends that he has no big
changes in mind for the Greenies. "We'll
just have to wait until Friday night to see
who's skating. The three lines are pretty
well balanced so I'll play whoever skates."
Michigan State will have fourteen return-
ing letterman, including centers Gilles Gag-
non and Dan Thompson. Gagnon scored 231
goals last year while Thompson made the
All-American team.
Of the returning defenseman, Dave Ro-
berts is the most highly regarded, at least
in Renfrew's eyes: "He's big and fast, and
you have to respect- him."
Goaltender Jim Watt allowed an av-
erage of 4.0 goals per game last year while
making 31 saves per game. Watt allowed
only four goals in two games last week
and should improve his statistical perform-
ance this year.

Damon
S. Brady
Whiten
Weaver
Bernard
Rea
Anarodio
TOTALS
Russiell
Ashworth
Kupec
J. Johns
Kantner
Ayler
McGinnis
Wolff
Stroud
MeParlan
Davis
Hafeli
McLain
Rahn
TOTALS
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82

By ROGER ROSSITER
Michigan wrestling made its
1971-72 debut last night at Crisler
Arena with the second annual in-
tra-squad match. The team was
divided into. two squads, the red
and green, and matches were con-
ducted just as they are in regular
NCAA competition.
The red squad under head coach
Rick Bay defeated the green
coached by assistant Bill Johan-
nasen, 20-13.
The only real surprise was the
outstanding effort turned in by
sophomore Bill Davids who bested
senior All-American returnee Jim
Hagan 7-5.
Therlon Harris was very impres-
sive in taking an 8-1 decision from
Dave Curby. Harris showed some
great moves and ability which
should make him a big winner this
season.
Mark King, senior captain, also
showed great promise with his 7-1
triumph over freshmen Bill Schuck.
John Ryan, who will wrestle, in
the 177 pound class, downed Roger
Pitzman, who will wrestle at 167,
by a 7-0 count. Pitzman was slow-
ed by a shoulder injury, but still
performed well enough to gain
accolade from Bay who felt that

the difficulty of wrestling a larger
opponent and the injury affected
Pitzman's performance.
The only one sided affair wa
Jim Brown's 17-4 romp over Jay
Hubner. Bay was quick to com-
ment that this match was much
more one sided than their compe-
tition in practice.
Bay felt that the lack of scoring
and obvious dullness, especially
in the upper weight division match-
es was due to the wrestlers ex-
treme familiarity with each other's
styles, since they wrestle every
day in practice.
The 158, 150, and 134 weight di-
visions were all close contests
with two ending in one point dif-
ferences and the third in a draw.
One of the most closely fought
duels of the evening was a score-
less draw between last season's
most victorious grappler, Jarret
Hubbard and Mitch Mendrygal.
118-Brown (R) dec. Hubner, 17-4.
126-Davids (R) dec. Hagan 7-5.
134-Neff (R) dec. McCrory, 6-5.
142-King (G) dec. Schuick, 7-1.
142-Herter (R) dec. Cavallo
150-Hubbard (R) drew Mendrygal (G)
158-Cross (G) dec. King 4-3.
167-77-Ryan (R) dec. Pitzman 7-0.
190-Harris (G) dec. Curby 8-1.
Hvy.-Ernst (R) drew Bolhouse (G)

guard.
The defensive unit, also
posed of eight senior and

com-
three

IS COIIES
NBAj
New York 125, Cincinnati 110
Buffalo 102, Atlanta 97
Milwaukee 112, Detroit 104
#Cleveland 104, Baltimore 102
ABA
Utah 114, Pittsburgh 112
Dallas 104, Denver 101
NHL
St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 1.

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