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Saturday, December 4, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Rage fleven

lCers
By BILL ALTERMAN
Bernie Gagnon wasn't supposed:
to be on the ice at 6:13 of yester-
day's overtime period, but no one,
certainly not Coach Al Renfrew, is
g o i n g to castigate Michigan's
super speedster from Montreal.
The 5-9 senior was so caught up
in the drama of the game that he
stayed on the ice during a line
change and proceeded to steal the
puck and score the winning goal'
in a dramatic come-from-behind
6-5 Wolverine victory.
"I got excited so I decided to
stay on the ice," a happy Gagnon
said after the game, "I had mo-
mentum.'"
Actually it was Bernie's third
chance on a breakaway but the
only one he converted on. Although
scoring the hat trick, Gagnon twice
in the third stanza had a chance
to score a decisive goal but the
first time his shot hit the crossbar
and the second time it bounced off
Notre Dame goalie Dick Toma-
soni's pads.:
"I had two breakaways I should
have had," Gagnon commented
after the game. "Both times their
goalie just sort of laid back, he
did it the third time too and I
waited. I figured the' third time,
you know, you should make it."
Things looked bleak for the Wol-
verines earlier in the game as the
Irish held a 4-2 lead well into the
second period. But then, it seemed
to Renfrew, "We started to play
better when we were a man short.
They were resting on a two goal

blast Irish in

overtime promie ishw
left but Wolver- M__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
;Hell made a fine ,

lead and we were putting pressure
on them even though we were a1
man short. We figured when we'
went even up we should get them."
The Wolverines did just that as
they proceeded to score two goals
in two minutes to tie the game at
4-4.
The first goal was a strange one,
as Gagnon took a shot from the
right side that Tomasoni appeared
to catch. The whistle blew which
should have ended the threat but
Tomasoni dropped the puck and
Gagnon knocked it in.
"I thought I heard a whistle,"
said a grinning Renfrew after-

with four secondsl
I .ine goalie Karl Bag

d i ysave to send the game into over-
time and set the stage for Gag-
non's heroics.
sp o rtsBagnell had been the goat earlier
in the game when he twice strayed
too far from the net allowing Irish
NIGHT EDITOR: scores.
JOHN PAPANEK The Wolverines had taken an
early 1-0 lead when Bucky Straub
. nescored on a power play with only
a nightmare for the Wolverines as. 3:28 gn ntegm.
penalties kept the Icers a man gone in the game.
down until nearly eight minutes in- But halfway through the period
to the period. Michigan, however Bagnell wandered out from the net
did an excellent job killing the to clear the puck and succeeded
lti d i t flp h only in knocking and deflecting a

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wards, "but I'm not going to sec- tables were reversed with Notre shot to Ray Delorenzi who whipped
ond guess the referees." Dame being the ones two down. it by the hapless goalie.
The Irish protested to no avail Freshman Pat Donnelly picked up But then, reported a smiling Ren-
and the rejuvenated Wolverines a deflected shot from Gagnon with frew, "from the middle of the
took life and quickly tied it up. 11:20 gone in the third period and I second period on, it became a good
However, Michigan soon found neatly flicked it in. hockey game."!
themselves two men down and, Michigan put tremendous pres-
with time running out on the pen- sure. on Tomasoni in the remainder Erin go bleCChhh
alties, Notre Dame went ahead 5-4 of the stanza but failed to end it . First Period - Scoring: 1. M-Straub
(Donnelly, Neal) 3:28 PP; 2. ND-De-
on a goal by Ric Schafer. all in regulation time. Notre Dame lorenzi 9:46 (Green) PP; 3. ND-Bum-I
The third period started off as had an excellent chance to score bacco (Campbell, Curry) 17:22. Penal-
ties: 1. ND-Williams (Interf) 2:45; 2.
ND-Curry (Interf) 4:47; 3. M-Donnelly
This 1(Interf} 7:59; 4. M-Lefebvre (Interf)
S Weekend in orts: 5. ND;-Wim (rough) 1650
6. M-Jarry (elbow) 16:50; 7. M-Don-
nelly (slash) 18:21.
TODAY Second Period - Scoring: 4. ND-
Williams (Nyrop, Bumbacco) 2:43 PP;
BASKETBALL-Western Michigan at Crisler Arena, 2:00 p.m. 5. M-Gagnin 5:51; 6. ND-Regan (Delor-
rDame at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m. enzi, Schafer) 6:38; 7. M-Gagnon (Jar-
HOCKEY--NotreDaetCsm : ry) 8:19; 8.M-Straub (Donnelly, Neal)
WRESTLING-at Pittsburgh 11:15; 9. ND-Schafer (Williams, Camp-
SWIMMING-Wisconsin at Madison bell 13:40 PP. Penalties: 8. M-Trudeau
GYMNASTICS-Big Ten Invitational at Illinois-Chicago Circle (i:4erf) 1232 9. ND-reen (Interf)
3:4310NDNrp(nef142; 1 1.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Western Michigan at Crisler Arena, M-Gagnon (holding) 8:36; 12. M-Cartier
11:45 a.m. (charg) 12:03; 13. M-Neal (hook) 12:03;
- -14. ND-Campbell (cross ek.) 14:42; 15.
ND-Regan (rough) 15:34; 16. M-Tru-
deau (hold) 15:34; 17. M-Skinner (in-
terf) 17:29; 18. ND-Regan (rough) 19:58;
H ou to19 M-eal (rough) 19:58.
c.Tird Period - Scoring: 10. M-Don-
nelly (Gagnon, Neal) 11:20 PP. Penal-
ties: 20. M-Gagnon (interf) 3:45; 21.
M Cartier (elbow) 5:50; 22. ND-Regan
ball Association winning streak at Angeles Lakers, down by as many (hook) 10:46; 23. ND-Green (tripping)
five games. as 17 points in the third quarter, 11:09; 24. ND-Nyrop (interf.) 14:59;N25.
ralliedt eette hldlhaM-Falconer (rough) 14:59; 26. ND-I
to defeat the Philadelphia Steinborn (interf) 16:50.
Bucks blister , 76ers 131-116 last night, extend- Overtime-Scoring: 11. M-Gagnon
. 1.-" T' .I ing their National Basketball As- 6:13 OT

By SANDI GENIS-
It's a little early to start thinking of the Big. Ten. track chlin-
pionships, but in their first appearance of 'the season the- Wolverine
track team shows signs of greatly improving upon last season's dis-
appointing eighth place finish., .
Sparked by mid-season form performances from^ tseveral of the
veterans, the team, under the tutelage of new head coach Dixon
Farmer, looked promising in their annual pre-season time' trials last
night. . .
Picking up where he left off last season, junior Gdfrey Murray,
the conference's premier hurdler, easily won the 70-yard high hurdles.
Murray finished with time of 8.4, amazingly quick far. this -early in
the season and a mark that would have captured ..the first spot in
the Big Ten indoor finals last season.
Competing in the 300-yard dash as well, Murray tu'fied in a fine
31.9 clocking to finish second behind sophomore Kim we who fin-
ished fifth in the Big Ten last spring.
Another junior, Greg Syphax, had an outstanding night, cap-
turing the 440 title with a speedy 49.6 and posting a,49.1; leg on the
junior's mile relay squad to capture the second slot' iti "that event.
In the field events, high-jumper John Mann copped that honor
with a 6-10 leap, despite knee problems that plagued hin" allfall.
Basically, the field events were the most disappointing of:; the
evening, particularly due to the absence of shot putter Steve Adams,
one of the best hurlers in the conference, who {is' ecovvring from
mononucleosis. . .
In the two-mile run, one of the fiercest competitions of the
meet, freshman Keith Brown exhibited the same form that led him
to an eighth place finish in the Big Ten Cross Country chaiipionships.
Brown posted an all-time personal best with a 9:10:8 winnirig per-
formance. Another freshman, Mike Taylor, took the second. spot
with a 9:25.4 performance.
Sprinter Gene Brown, co-captain of this season's teani along
with a 6.3 sprint while capturing third in the 300 yard dash with
with Mann, had a good night, finishing first in,'the 60-yard dash
with a 32.0 run.
In surveying his squad's performance, Farmer was conservative
in his assessment, pointing out that it was a little early to tell about
his team's chances, but he emphatically admitted, "I guarantee we'll
score more than 13%/2 points in the Big Ten's this year."

Detroit
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Erwin Mueller, i
taking over for injured center Bob
Ianier in the third period, tossed,
in 16 A ints last night to spark ,

-Daily-David Margolick
MICHIGAN CAPTAIN Brian Skinner (2) attempts to catch up to
the puck before Notre Dame goalie Dick Tomasoni clears it from
the side of the net in last night's match with the Irish. The
Wolverines who won 6-5 in overtime, finish their series with the
Irish tonight.

in 10PMSlst 1r -- MILWAUKEE -
Detroit to a 113-112 victory over 27 points led a bal
the Houston Rockets, snapping a the Milwaukee Buc
five-game Pistons losing streak. services of league
Zanier suffered a torn neck Kareem Jabbar, r
muscle in the third period and cinnati Royals 120
was taken to a local hospital for al Basketball Assoc
X-rays. night.
Mueller collected 12 of his points * *
in the final period, putting the
Pistons ahead for keeps with two La r y
free-throws and a dunk shot after PHILADELPHIA
the score had been tied at 104-104
with three minutes to go. r7r

Bob Dandridge's
anced attack as
cks, without the
scoring leader
'outed the Cin-
-82 in a Nation-
ciation game last
*

sociation winning streak to 16
games.
Bulls soar
CHICAGO - The Chicago Bulls
stole a page out of the book of the
New York Knicks last night, using;
a tight defense to record a 122-96
National Basketball Association
triumph.

- The

Los

* * *
Cans technicled
BUFFALO-Walt Hazzard sank
a technical foul shot with four
seconds remaining last night, lift-
ing the Buffalo Braves to a come-
from-behind 91-90 victory over
Cleveland that snapped the sur-
prising Cavaliers' National Basket-
SCORES
ABA

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ers drown Gophers

Memphis 117, Utah 114, OT
Virginia;128, Indiana 121, OT
New York 134, Carolina 122
Kentucky 105, Dallas 91
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
San Diego State 63, Nebraska 61
creighton 101, Montant State 78
Penn State 72, Princeton 70
St. Joseph, Pa. 64, Pacific 58
Marion, Ind. 77, Hillsdale 68
Wyoming 90, Idaho State 79
Coe 79, Carleton 62
South Carolina State 102, Clafin 87
Texas El Paso 71, McMurray 47
Grambling 85, New Orleans Xavier8
Oakland University 117, Saginaw
Valley 74,
Lake Superior St. 107, Olivet 96
Augustana 71, Dubuque 58
San Francisco State 68, U.S.
International 66
Missouri Baptist 69, Ozark Bible 63

Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - The Michi-
gan swim team Jumped off to a
good start for the 1971-1972 sea-
son with a convincing 72-51
thrashing of Minnesota.
Coach Gus Stager, who looked
at the meet as an indicator both
of overall team conditioning and
freshman ability, was quite pleased
with the performance as a whole.
Stager expressed approval of the
times turned in by freshmen Mark
Anderson and Pat Bauer. Ander-
son took the 1000-yard freestyle
and had a hand in the freestyle
relay victory, while Bauer was im-
pressive in the 200-yard breast-
stroke, winning it handily.
The tankers tangle with tough
Wisconsin in a meet at Wisconsin
this afternoon.
Blub, blub, blub
400 yard medley relay - 1. Michi-
gan (Hansen, Issac, MacDonald, Mc-
Carthy) 3:38.3; 2. Minnesota.
1 meter diving - 1. Lincoln, Min-
nesota, 297.45; 2. Crawford, M; 3. Ham-
ilton, M.
1000 yard freestyle - 1. Anderson,
Michigan, 10:17.2; 2. Stone, Mn., 3.
yyThompson, Mn.
200 yard freestyle - 1. Kronstadt,

Minnesota 1:48.9; 2. Day, M; 3. Malban,
Mn.
50 yard freestyle-1. Isaac, Michigan,
23.0; 2. Riishfield, Mn. 3. Grant, Mn.
200 yard individual medley-1. Mc-
Cullough, Michigan, 2:02.8; 2. Hodgson,
Mn.; 3. Hanson, Mn.
3 meter diving-1. Lincoln, Minne-
sota, 331.60; 2. Crawford, M; 3. Johnson,
Mn.
200 yard butterfly-Peterson, Michi-
gan, 2:00.1; 2. Gonzalez, M.; 3. Gar-
naas, Mn.
100 yard freestyle-1. Pietso, Minne-
sota, 48.3; 2. Aranha, M.; 3. Miller, Mn.
200 yard backstroke - 1. McCarthy,
Michigan, 2:04.1; 2. Nelson, Mn.; 3. Dor-
ney, M.
500 yard freestyle-1. Fishburn, Mich-
igan, 5:03.2; 2. Stone, Mn.; 3. Kron-
stadt, Mn.
200 yard breaststroke -- 1. Bauer,
Michigan, 2:17.0; 2. Whitaker, M.; 3.
Grand, Mn.
400 yard freestyle relay - 1. Michi-
gan (Anderson, McCullough, Fairman,'
Aranha) ?:17.1; 2. Minnesota.

SCORING BY PERIOD
1 2 3 OT F
Michigan 1 3 1 1 6
N. Dame 2 3 0 0 5
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