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Saturday, December 11, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

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By JOE PHILLIPS
Led by tough PunchuCartier,
Michigan skated to a surprising
9-6 win over North Dakota last
night before 2,817 fans at the
Michigan Coliseum. Punch picked
up a goal and three assists as
seven Wolverines scored.
Randy Neal gave Michigan a 1-0
lead in the first period thanks to
some hustling play by linemate
Buck Straub. Straub raced for a
loose puck and banged it off the
pads of Sioux goaltender Dave
Murphy. Neal was in the right
place at the right time to con-
vert the rebound.
To assess the Buckeyes' chancest
of repeating as Big Tenbchamps
and to learn something about to-
day's exciting wrestling match
against Ohio University, see pagef
nine.
It was the beginning of a longE
night for Murphy.l
Brian DePiero took a feed-outl
from Greg Cameron and beat
Wolverine netminder Karl Bagnell1
to tie up the game at 17:10. Mich-1
igan skated to the dressing room

blitz

NoDaks,

9-6

-Daily-Rolfe Tessem
MICHIGAN FORWARD Gary Connelly (20) fires a shot past Sioux defenseman Rick Wilson (3) but
Dave Murphy (1) makes one of his infrequent saves. Connelly had the last laugh though, when he
scored in the third period to give Michigan a comfortable 7-3 lead.

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
BOB ANDREW S
with a slim one goal lead how-
ever, as Frank Warner scored at
18:33 on a weird play.
Warner had an open net to
shoot in as Bob Falconer was
shoved into Murphy, knocking him
to the ice. Ironically, Falconer
was credited with an assist on the
play.
In the second period the high-
flying Wolverines struck for four
goals and the rout 'vas on.
Bernie Gagnon got things start-
ed when he smoked a slap shot
past Murphy from the edge of the
right face-off circle. Three min-
utes later, Cartier scored on a
power play as he took a pass from
Michel Jarry and slapped one in
from the point.
Some poor puck handling in
front of the net allowed North Da-
kota to cut the margin to 4-2
when left-winger Earl Anderson
scored.
Sioux
FIRST PERIOD - 1. M-Neal (Straub,
Donnelly) 6:52; 2. ND-DePiero (Cam-
eron) 17:10; 3. M-Werner '(Falconer)
18:33. PENALTIES: 1. M-Falconer (body
check) 8:21; 2. M-Connelly (Interf.)
11:30; 3. ND-Miller (Interf.) ' 15:02; 4.
M-Jarry (Tripping) 19:49.
SECOND PERIOD - 4. M-Gagnon
(Cartier) 4:14; 5-Cartier (Jarry) 7:20 &
(Mallette) PP; 6. ND-Anderson (John-
son, Cahoon) 7:46; 7. M-Paris (Gag-
non, Jarry) 8:59; 8. ND-Bragnalo
(Cross) 13:19; 9. M-Gagnon (Jarry Car-
tier) 17:39. PENALTIES:- 5. M-Neal
(Charge) 4:47; 6. ND-Miller (Cross-Ck)
7:06; 7. M-Skinner (Interf.) 10:56; 8.
M-Gagnon (high stick) 17:56.
THIRD PERIOD - 10. M-Connelly
(Cartier, Lefebvre) 2:12 PP; 11. M-Neal
(Dunbar) 6:28; 12. ND-Cameron (De-

But at 8:59, Jarry took a pass
from Gagnon, -raced in all alone
on Murphy and caught the lower
right hand corner of the net. Aft-
er Dave Bragnalo scored for the
Sioux, Bernie Gagnon got his sec-
ond goal of the night converting
a goal-mouth pass from Jarry to
make the score 6-3.
The final period was just as wild
as each team scored three more
times. Gary Connelly tipped in
another slap shot by Cartier while
the Wolverines were again enjoy-
ing a man advantage.
By now North Dakota was con-
sistently getting caught up ice in
a frantic effort to catch up. Ran-
dy Neal got his second goal of the
night while the Wolverines had a
4-3 manpower advantage, to make
the score 8-3.
Pete Dunbar set up the goal with
a smart pass to Neal who was all
alone at the inner edge of the
right face-off circle.
After Cameron poked a rebound
underneath a sprawled Bagnell, a
shell-shocked Murphy actually
scored a goal for Michigan. Try-
ing to clear the puck, Murpiy got
all flustered and accidentally
knocked the puck in his own net
with his glove.
Physical contact got much
rougher for the rest of the period,
and the Wolverines took four con-
scalped

:ecutive penalties that they could
have done without. North Dakota
rose to the occasion to score two
meaningless goals in the last four
minutes of play.
Despite the lopsided score, the
Sioux outshot Michigan 52-44.
Karl Bagnell was severely tested
throughout the night and he re-
sponded with 46 saves; Murphy
was credited with 35.
The victory was Michigan's third
straight and all of them have
come over teams which were oc-
cupying first place in the WCHA

witn the
Game
o'clock.

tig saves.
timel tonight is eight

Professional League Standings

Boston
New Y
Philade
Buffal
Baltina
Clevelaa
Cincinr
Atlanta
Milwau
Chicag
Phoeni;
Detroit

NBA
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct
i 17 11 .604
ork 14 12 .538
elphia 13 15 .484
lo 11 16 .408
Central Division
lore 11 16 .408
nd 10 18 .357
nati ' 9 17 .342
a 8 19 .296
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Midwest Division
Ikee 25 4 .862
o 19 8 .704
[x 15 11 .577
L 11 16 .408

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Yesterday's Games
Cleveland 112, Detroit 111
Portland 101, Buffalo 100 (ot)
Chicago 118, Baltimore 102
Houston 95, Atlanta 881
Cincinnati 113, Philadelphia 105 (ot)
Milwaukee 120, Boston 104
Phoenix at Los Angeles, inc.
Golden State at Ceattle, inc.
ABA
East Division

at the time. With a victory tonight
over the NoDaks the Wolverines
could move right into the thick
of the race.
But last night Michigan coach
Al Renfrew wanted to savor this
victory before thinking about the
next game: "We made a lot of
mistakes tonight but whenever we
had a good shot on net, we didn't
miss. We made the most of our
opportunities and Karl came up
WILU +hn hils auvnc

ISAAC BETTERS OWN RECORD

Tankers sink
By GEORGE HASTINGS Iied about the Salukis, was elated
over the style in which his team
"We swam like hell," were the completely swamped the invaders
first words which came to Michi- from Illinois.
gan swim coach Gus Stager in de-
scribing his team's resounding "They could've won, but our big
75-38 triumph over tough South- swimmers beat their big swimmers,
ern Illinois at Matt Mann Pool our little swimmers beat their
l little swimmers, the entire team
last night, in what was supposed came through," he said.
to be the Wolverines' first real
In all, the Wolverines outswam
test of the young season. the Salukis in nine of the thirteen
Stager, who had admitted be- events, including both relays. In
fore the meet that he was wor- four of the eleven individual
Salukis tidal-waved

Sa lukis,
events. Michigan copped the top
two places.
The outstanding individual per-
former in the meet was Stu Isaac,
who took first place in both the
200-yard breaststroke and 200-
yard individual medley. In the
breaststroke, Isaac bettered his
own pool and school records with
a time of 2:11.2, while he timed
1:59.2 in the medley.
Isaac also teamed with Chris
Hansen, Larry Day, and Byron
MacDonald in the victorious 400-
yard, medley relay, which was
clocked in 3:38.64.
A big duo for the Wolverines
was the pair of freestylers, Jose
Aranha and Ray McCullough,
sweeping the short freestyle events
between the two of them. Aranha
was victor in the 50-yard event
with a time of 22.12, while Mc-
Cullough was only seven one-
hundredths of a second behind.
However, in the 100-yard free-
style, McCullough turned the
tables, edging the second place
Aranha with a clocking of 48.45.
The two then participated on the
400-yard freestyle relay squad,

75-38

Los Angeles
Seattle
Golden Stat
Houston
Portland

Pacific Division
25 3
18 11
to 16 14
7 22
6 22

Kentucky
Virginia
Pittsburgh
Floridians
New York
Carolina
Utah
Indiana
Memphis
Dallas
Denver

.893
.621
.533
.241
.214

W L
20 7
18 11
14 16
12 16
11 16
9 18
West Division
21 8
15 12
12 15
11 17
10 17

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.467
.422
.408
.333
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.555
.444
.393
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SWIMMING STATS
400 yard medley relay - 1. Michi-
gan (Hansen, Isaac, MacDonald, Day)
3:38.64; 2. Southern Illinois........
1 Meter Diving (required) - 1.
Creede, M, 181.10; 2. Crawford, M,
176.65; 3. Dick Quint, M.
1000 yard freestyle - 1. Miles, SI,
9:59.5; 2. Anderson, M, 10:31.29; 3. Fish-
burn, M.
200 yard freestyle .- 1. Magnuson,
SI, 1:47.65; 2. Tingley, SI. 3. McCarthy,
M.
50 yard freestyle - 1. Aranha, M,
22.12; 2. McCullough, M, 22.19; 3. An-
derson, SI.
200 Individual Medley -- 1. Isaac, M,
1:59.26; 2. Dickson, SI; 3. Korner, SI.

200 yard butterfly - 1. MacDonald, M,
1:54.49; 2. Dickson, SI. 3. Day, M.
100 yard freestyle - 1. McCullough,
M, 48.45; 2. Aranha, M; 3. McGinley, SI.
200 yard backstroke - 1. Tingley, SI,
1:57.92; 2. Hansen, M. 1:59.41; 3. Miles,
SI.
500 yard freestyle - 1. Miles, SI,
4:53.66; 2. Anderson, M; 3. Fishburn, M.
200 yard breaststroke - . Isaac, M,
2:11.23 (Pool and UM record); 2. Kor-
ner, SI; 3. Whitaker, M.
400 yard freestyle relay - 1. Michigan
(Anderson, McCullough, Fairman, Aran-
ha) 3:13.99; 2. Southern Illinois.
1 Meter Diving (optionals) -- 1.
Quint, M, 248.20; 2. Crawford, M, 237.05;
3. Schenthal, M.

which came from behind on the
final length to win the closest race
of the night, timing 3:13.9.
Byron MacDonald gave the
Michigan team a big lift in the
200-yard b u t t e r f 1 y, defeating
Southern Illinois' Rob Dickson,
rated number three in the coun-
try, in a time of 1:54.4.
Diving was also a source of
Wolverine strength, as Michigan
took the maximum points in both
diving events. In the one-meter re-
quired diving, Jim Creede got
181.10 points to grab first spot,
while Joe Crawford was second
with 176.65.
In the one-meter optionals,
Crawford appeared headed for
victory until he caught his finger
on the board, taking a low score
on that dive. The miscue dropped
him to second, and allowed Dick
Quint to take first for the Wol-
verines, 248.30 to 237.05. The Sa-
luki divers finished well behind in
both events.
Meanwhile, the only events
Southern Illinois could win were
the 200,500, and 1,000-yard free-
styles, along with the 200-yard
backstroke.
Pat Miles, one of the best dis-
tance freestylers in the country,
i was too much for the Wolverines
in the 500 and 1,000-yard free-
styles, winning both with excellent
times. However, the fine Michigan
rt~n o Mal-Anlrn d nr d D

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,
l

Piero) 7:56; 13. M-Jarry 10:02; 14. ND-
Johnson (Cahoon, Anderson) 16:07; 15.
ND-Hangsleben (Un.) 19:40. PENAL-
TIES: 9. ND-Henry (Interf) 1:39; 10.
ND-Henry (Interf.) 5:44; 11. ND-Wilson
(Cross Ck) 6:15; 12. M-Falconer
(Rough) 6:16; 13. ND-Lundby (rough)
8:38; 14. M-Werner (slashing) 8:38;
15. M-Werner (roughing) 8:38; 16. ND-
Johnson (hook) 10:58; 17. M-Donnelly
(tripping) 15:17; 18. M-Cartier (elbow-
ing) 15:44; 19. M-Trudeau (interf)
17:54; 20. M-Jarry (cross-ck) 18:28.
SCORE BY PERIODS
MICHIGAN 2 4 3-9
N. Dakota 1 2 3-6
GOALIE SAVES
1 2 3 F
M-Bagnell 12 19 15 46
ND-Murphy 10 10 16 35

MICHIGAN UNION

BARBER
BI LLIARDS
BOWLING
FOOSBALL
TABLE TENNIS

OPEN
REGULAR HRS.
DURING
EXAMS

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Rockets' Davis sent to Pistons;
Dalton deals Fregosi to Mets

By The Associated Press x
HOUSTON - The Houston
Rockets announced yesterday that
forward Jim Davis has been trad-
ed, to Detroit in return for the
Pistons' No. 1 choice in next year's
college draft.
The National Basketball Asso-
ciation Rockets also said they had
signed former Milwaukee Buck
forward McCoy McLemore as a
free agent.
It was the second transaction in
as many days for the Rockets, who
II

have won only six games while
losing 22 this season.
The Rockets and the Bucks
completed a trade Thursday in
which the Rockets obtained Greg
Smith, a starting forward for the
world champion Bucks the past
two years.
* * s
Ryan's an Angel
NEW YORK - The New York
Mets obtained veteran infielder
Jim Fregosi from the California
Angels yesterday for four players,
including right-handed pitcher
Nolan Ryan.
Pitcher Don Rose, outfielder Le-
roy Stanton and catcher Francisco
Estrada also moved to the Angels
in the inter-league transaction.
Fregosi, 29, a six-time American
League All-Star at shortstop, had
an off-season in 1971. Plagued by
injuries, he played in only 107
games, batting .233 with 33 runs
batted in and five home runs,

Stanton, 24, batted .324 with 101
RBI and 23 homers with the same
club.
Estrada, 23, a catcher, batted
.260 with six home runs and 21,
RBI with Tidewater and hit .252
with seven homers and 28 RBI at
Memphis of the Texas League last
season.
* * *
Twins get Arcia
SAN DIEGO - The San Diego
Padres sold infielder Jose Arcia
and catcher-first baseman Ron
Drake yesterday to the Minnesota
Twins for cash and first baseman{
Jerry Schiegelmilch.

auo of Mark Anderson ana van
Fishburn was able to salvage im-
portant points for Michigan in
both events.
Anderson took second in both
races while Fishburn copped third,
but for a while in the 500 it looked
as though Anderson might be able
to pull an upset. The Wolverine
freshman took a slight advantage
into the last 50 yards, but Miles
was able to just nip him in the
final few strokes.
The Michigan swimmers; who
now have three wins in their three
outings for the year, will have a
month off before their next meet,
the Big Ten Relays at Indiana on
January 8.

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Mets Manager Gil Hodges said
he plans to use Fregosi at third
base.
Ryan, 24, was 10-14 last sea-
son with a 3.97 earned run aver-
age with the Mets. The hard-
throwing Ryan struck out 1371
batters in 152 innings.
Rose was 11-10 with a 3.33 ERA
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