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Tuesday, December 7, 1971

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, December 7, 1971

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The meeting will be SHORT!

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Who can remember the last time
Michigan won two consecutive
home WCHA hockey contests? And
against a first place team, yet?
Well, it was done this weekend
and those of you who missed it
might wish to reconsider on wheth-
er that season ticket should be dug
out from the inner reaches of
that wallet and put back into cir-
Notre Dame's icers came into
Ann Arbor holding first place in
the WCHA, fresh off a split with
perennial ice-power Michigan Tech.
But the Irish couldn't cope with

the Wolverines' never-say-die en-
thusiasm which enabled Michigan
to register two come-from-behind
6-5 victories.
The two wins enabled Michigan
to climb from tenth (last) place in
the standings to sixth with a 3-3
record in conference games. Notre
Dame fell from first into a tie for
second while N o r t h Dakota
emerged as the new league leader.
Michigan hosts the NoDaks this
Friday's game was highlighted
by Bernie Gagnon's three goals,
including the winning one in over-
time. Gagnon increased his goal

hers erasei
production total to 11 in six games. on and Michigan came out skating
Last year Gagnon scored 18 goals in the third period like they
in 21 conference games. haven't done this year.
Gagnon had two chances to score Seven more penalties were called
the winning goal in regulation time. to add to the 19 in the first two
but on one break away he hit the periods, but the only goal was the
post and on another he tried too tying one by Pat Donnelly.
many fakes on goalie Dick Toma- After that it was just a matter
soni and ended up just shooting of time before the fired-up Wol-
the puck into his pads. verines would put it away.
The first period and a half did Forward Bucky Straub, whos
not indicate that Michigan was up scored two goals, said, "We just
against a first place team. And It wanted to win it more than they
didn't show that the Wolverines did."
were much better than a tenth He added, "That's the diffe
place team. in this league, because there's such
But things turned around later a fine line between winning and

Said Cartier, "He had cross-
checked me and cut my lip. I re-
membered his n u m b e r." His
memory was helped along by the
r Michigan fans who shouted out to
Punch whehenever he and Camp-
bell were on the ice at the same
Another minor rucxus occurred
when, following Bucky Straub's
second period goal, Notre Dame
goalie Chris Cathcart threw the
puck up in the air and hit it with
his stick over the fence and through
the wall. Yes, that's right, there
is a hole in the wall right now,
marking the spot abut six; feet
above the American flag at the east
end of the building.
Needless to say, Michigan coach
Al Renfrew, along with the Wolver-
ine fans, was pretty disturbed
about the whole deal. "It's an au-
tomatic penalty for that." And con-
cerning the officiating in general,
even Irish mentor Lefty Smith had
to say, "We're the premier league
in the country and it's too bad we
have officials like that."
But, nevertheless, the calls go
both ways, and regardless of the
officiating, Michigan now has a
3-3 league record, with hopes of
better things to come. "Both wins
got us back in the middle of the
pack," said coach Renfrew. "I just
hope we can stay there.

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It should be no surprise to any-
one that the Indiana Hoosiers
will once again dominate the
Big Ten as well as the national
scene in swimming. However,
with the Michigan Wolverines
inaugurating their 1971-72 sea-
son with a sound thrashing over
Minnesota and Wisconsin this
past weekend, it appears that
they will throw some of their
weight around quite effectively
in conference play.
Coach Gus Stager was very
pleased with the 72-51 drown-
ing against the Gophers Friday
followed by the 74-49 blitz
against the Badgers the next
day. He felt, "every swimmer
had at least one good race. The
team was very satisfied with
The meet against Minnesota
was highlighted by the fine per-
formances of freshmen Mark
Anderson and Pat Bauer. An-
derson managed a first place
finish in the 100 yard freestyle
with a time of 10:17.2 as well as

having a big part in boosting the
Wolverines to a victory in the
400 yard freestyle relay.
Bauer set the pace in the 200
yard breaststroke with a time of
Other Wolverines copping first
place were: Stu Isaac in the 50
yard freestyle (23.0), McCul-
lough in the 220 yard individual
medley (2:02.8), Don Peterson
in the 200 yard b u t t e r f l y
(2:00.1), Steve McCarthy in the
200 yard backstroke (2:04.1),
and Steve Fishburn in the 500
yard freestyle (5:03.2).
Michigan also captured the
400 yard medley relay with Chris
Hansen, Byron MacDonald,
Isaac and McCarthy combining
for a time of 3:38.3.
Stager admitted he wasn't too
concerned about facing the Go-
phers, but said, "we were wor-
ried about the Badgers, especial-
ly if Dave Bush or Tim Rueff
copped first and second in the
one and three meter diving
event." However, Joe Crawford
alleviated Stager's fears as he

secured - these events for the
Wolverines with scores of 300.5
and 307.45 respectively, and took
some of the pressure off the rest
of the squad.
The other Wolverine tankers
also enjoyed a fine day, includ-
ing an impressive performance
by Stu Isaacs, who swam the
220 yard breaststroke in the
time of 2:12.48, a new pool
Anderson had another good
afternoon, once again finishing
first in then500 yard freestyle.
Fishburn also placed for Michi-
gan, finishing third.
The Wolverine dominance was
very evident throughout the
meet as the Badgers -were able
to outswim the Wolverines in
only three of the thirteen
events; the 1000 yard freestyle,
the 200 yard individual medley,
and the 400 yard freestyle med-
ley; all three won by Michigan
against Minnesota.
In both the one and three me- -
ter diving, Crawford was able
to best Bush, who finished sec-
ond both times.
With these two early victories
under their belts, the Wolverines
will seek to continue their win-
ning ways this Friday evening
against Southern Illinois. The
contest will be held at the Matt
Mann Pool beginning at 7:30

Saturday night brought out the
most violence seen on the Coliseum
ice yet this season, plus the worst
officiating and some of the best
Michigan was ahead 2-1 early
in the second period when defense-
man "Punch" Cartier threw a
flying elbow to the face of
Notre Dame's John Campbell, a
freshman from Saulte Ste. Marie.
Cartier received for his service a
five minute major penalty for in-
tent to injure.
The Wolverines were forced to
play a man short for the five min-
utes and the Irish scored four goals
during that time to take a 5-2 lead.

Gridders cling to fourth,
poll closes for holidays4

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By The Associated Press
Nebraska and Alabama finished
1-2 yesterday in The' Associated
Press' final regular season college
football poll, setting up their duel
for the national championship in
the Orange Bowl on New Year's
Nebraska's defending national
champs received 48 first-place
votes and 1,086 - 14 short of a
perfect score - from a nation-
wide panel of 55 sports writers
and broadcasters. The Cornhusk-
ers closed out a 12-0 regular sea-
son Saturday night by trouncing
Hawaii 45-3.
Runner-up Alabama got four
No. 1 votes - the other three went
to fourth-ranked Michigan - and
954 points. The Crimson Tide fin-
ished 11-0.
Third-ranked Oklahoma bounced
back from its Thanksgiving Day
loss to Nebraska and crushed
Oklahoma State 58-14 for a 10-1
record and 880 points. Michigan,
11-0, held onto fourth with 797
Penn State, fifth a week ago,

saw its dreams of a perfect season
and a possible championship dis-
appear in Saturday's 31-11 loss to
Tennessee. That dropped the 10-1
Nittany Lions to 10th place while
9-1 Auburn moved up from sixth
to fifth.
The final poll to decide the na-
tional championship will be taken
following the bowl games.
The Top Twenty teams, with first-
place votes in parentheses, season re-
cords and total points. Points tabu-
lated on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-10-9-8-
1. Nebraska (48) 12-0 1086
2. Alabama (4) 11-0 954
3. Oklahoma 10-1 880
4. Michigan (3) 11-0 797
5. Auburn 9-1 581
6. Georgia 10-1 480
7. Colorado 9-2 432
8. Arizona State 10-1 394
9. Tennessee 9-2 385
10. Penn State 10-1 334
11. Louisiana State 8-3 307
12. Texas 8-2 262
13. Notre Dame 8-2 142
14. Toledo 11-0 129
15. Houston 9-2 81
16. Stanford 8-3 40
17. Mississippi 9-2 34
18. Arkansas 8-2-1 28
19. Northwestern 6-4 16
20. Washington 8-3 15





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