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Page Nine


NEW YORK a'. - Stanford
quarterback, Jim Plunkett. de-
scribed by his new coach as "the
Joe Namath of the future", was,
selected yesterday by the Boston
Patriots as the number one pickI
in the pro football draft - a draft
punctuated by a series of stun-
ning major trades.
First Michigan player drafted
was tackle Dan Dierdorf who went
t to St. Louis in the second round.
' Also chosen were Marty Huff, Paul
Staroba, and Pete Newell. In a
surprise, Don Moorhead was se-

was the No. 59 player chosen.
With the New York Jets sched-
uled to pick, the draft site was



lected as a running back by New rocked by the announcement of
Orleans. the multi-faceted Washington-Los
While the Patriots ended al- Angeles trade in which new Red-
most two months of suspense re- skins' Coach George Allen reached
volving around Plunkett, L o s out for six of the players he had
Angeles and Washington complet- coached last year with the Rams.;
ed a mammoth transaction invol- A proponent of building with
ving seven players and eight draft established veterans rather than
choices, Quarterbacks N o r m through the draft, Allen acquired
Snead, Don Horn, Greg Barton defensive tackle Diron Talbert,
and 38-year-old Zete Bratkowski guard John Wilbur, running back
were involved in separate deals. Jeff Jordan and the linebacking
The draft began with Boston trio of Jack Pardee, 34, Maxie
spurning the last of 17 trade of- Baughan, 32, and Myron Pottios,
fers for the No. 1 pick by tapping 32.plus the Rams' No. 5 draft
Plunkett, the big signalcaller who selection this year.
is the all-time college passing E Allen, whose contract with the
leader, and bypassing the op-
portunity to acquire veteran play- 'h

Daily-Denny Gainer
PUNCH CARTIER () and Brian Slack +) quare off against three North Dakota icers in Michi-
gan's 5-1 victory over the Sioux. Since that game the Wolverines have lost three straight.

4 lcers toost B

An altered Michigan hockey
team takes to the ice tonight
against the nationally third
ranked Minnesota-Duluth Bull-
dogs, in an attempt to break its
three game losing streak and break
out of the Western Collegiate
Hockey Association cellar. Head
coach Al Renfrew has again jug-
gled his lines in an attempt to
get his icers back on the win-
ning track.
The Paul Gamsby-Brian Slack-
Merle Falk trio, the highest scor-
ing Wolverine line, is the only
one which remains intact.
Tom Marra, who played on a
forward line last week, is back on
the defense, while Michael Jarry
takes Marra's place on the Bernie
Gagnon-Rick Mallette line. Two
centers switched linemates: Julian
Nixon now plays between Bucky
Straub and Gary Connelly, while
Rene Desmarias anchors Bob Fal-
coner and Rick Jackson.
A fifth line, which probably will
only be used sparingly by Ren-
frew, sports Roy Ashworth, Bill
Pritula and Dave Gubow.
Renfrew, like most Michigan
fans, is unable to fully explain the
Wolverine's last place position in
the standings. "You can't win
when you're playing, bad hockey,"
Renfrew admits, "but, except for,
about 30 minutes in the last game
against Denver, we've really been
playing some good hocky.

We've got to keep going but we're
not playing bad hockey,".
Aside from changing his lines
slig tly, Renfrew is not doing
anything special for the game. "All
wefk long," he admits, "we've
been working hard. We've probab-

es s.
Then in quick order, two other
l quarterbacks were selected-Ar-
chie Manning of Mississippi by
New Orleans and Dan Pastorini of
"But, we'll really have to get Santa Clara by Houston. Buffalo
going starting this week. Michi- selected Arizona State wide re-
gan will be fired up for us. They're ceiver J. D. Hill and Philadelphia
fighting for a playoff position and tapped Grambling defensive line-
I'm sure they'll be ready for us. man Richard Harris.
That's not an easy rink to flay After the first three quarter-
in. Most of our players ha e never back choices no more came until
played there before and it'll be the third round when Houston
pe forthee, btapped Lynn Dickey of Kansas
nQnw for them." -njI4----


Fennrn niS
Calhoun made a desperate 25-foot
jumper with two seconds left in
regulation play to tie Princeton
and the fourth ranked University
of Pennsylvania went on to a 66-
62 basketball victory last night.
The victory was the 16th
straight for the unbeaten Quakers.
It was Princeton's ninth loss
against five victories.

Rams was not renewed following
the 1970 season ,sent only one
player-linebacker Marlin McKee-
ver-to Los Angeles in return.
But he parted with the Redskins'
No. 1 and No. 3 choices this year
and their third through seventh
draft picks next year.
Before the round ended, trades
involving three quarterbacks were
announced, Philadelphia acquir-
ing Barton in a trade with De-
troit and sending Snead to Min-
nesota. Horn was traded by Green
Bay to Denver.
Despite the trades, the selec-
tion of Plunkett undoubtedly at-
tracted most of the attention, cen-
tering as it did around Boston's
dilemma of whether to select the
Stanford passer or accept one of
the 17 trades offered in exchange
for the No. 1 pick.
Plunkett, the most highly pub-
licized collegian since O. J. Simp-
son two years ago and a candidate
for a contract in the $200,000
neighborhood, said he was going
to await Boston's first offer before
even thinking about money.
The Jets, interrupted by the an-
nouncement of the Rams-Redskin
trade, tapped John Riggins of
Kansas as the first running back
,picked. Atlanta then took Joe
Profit of Northeast Louisiana and,
following Pittsburgh's selection of
wide receiver Frank Lewis of
Grambling, Green Bay picked
John Brockington of Ohio State.
In the trade with the Vikings
for Snead, the Eagles acquired
tackle Steve Smith and Minneso-
ta's No. 2 and No. 6 draft choices
this year and No. 3 pick in 1972.
In the Detroit trade, the Eagles
gave up their No. 2 pick in this
draft and two choices next year
for Barton.
Wings tie
Blues, 1-1
DETROIT () - Rene LeClerc
and Frank St. Marseille scored
early goals last night and then
the goal keepers and defenses took
over as the Detorit Red Wings and
St. Louis Blues played to a 1-1
National Hockey League tie.
Detroit scored on a powerplay
set up by passes from Garry Unger
and Tom Webster, with LeClerc
snapping the puck home from in
front of Blues goalie Glenn Hall.
St. Marseille tied it 30 seconds
into the second period when he
broke past the Wings defense to
take Jim Lorentz' rebound off the
backboards and fire it past Detroit
goalie Roy Edwards for his 10th
goal of the season.

Twice around the league

Boston - Jim Plunkett, quar-
terback, Stanford; New Orleans-
Archie Manning, quarterback,
Mississippi; Houston - Dan Pas-
torini, quarterback, Santa Clara;
Buffalo - J.D. Hill, wide receiv-
er, Arizona State; Philadelphia-
Richard Harris, def. tackle, Gram-
New York Jets - John Riggins,
running back, Kansas; Atlanta -
Joe Profit, running back, North-,
east Louisiana; Pittsburgh-Frank
Lewis, wide receiver, Grambling;
Green Bay from Denver - John
Brockington, runningback, Ohio
State. Los Angeles from Washing-
ton - Isiah Robertson, Southern
Chicago - Joe Moore, running
back, Missouri; Denver - Marv
Montgomery, off. tackle, Southern
California; San Diego -- Leon
Burns, running back, Long Beach
State; Cleveland-Clarence Scott,
defensive back, Kansas State; Cin-
cinnati - Vernon Holland, de-
fensive tackle, Tennessee State.
Kansas City - Elmo Wright,
wide receiver, Houston; St. Louis
-- Norm Thompson, defensive
back, Utah; New York Giants -
Ralph "Rocky" Thompson, wide
receiver, West Texas State; Oak-
land - Jack Tatum, corner back,
Ohio State; Los Angeles - Jack
Youngblood, def. end, Florida.
Detroit - Bob Bell, def. tackle,
Cincinnati; Baltimore for Miami-
Don McCauley, running back,
North Carolina; San Francisco-
Tim Anderson, def. back, Ohio
State; Minnesota - Leo Hayden,
running back, Ohio State; Dallas
-Tody Smith, def. end, Southern
California; Baltimore - Leonard
Dunlap, def. back, North Texas
Boston - Julius Adams, defen-
sive tackle, Texas Southern; Chi-
cago from New Orleans - James

Harrison, running back, Missouri;
Buffalo -- Jan White, tight end,
Ohio State; Detroit from Philadel-
phia - David Thomoson, center-
guard, Clemson; New Orleans
from Houston - Sam Holden,
guard, Grambling.
New York Jets - John Mooring,
off. tackle, Tampa; Atlanta -
Ken Burrow, wide receiver, San
Diego State; Pittsburgh - Jack
Ham, linebacker, Penn State;
Denver - Dwight Harrison, wide
receiver, Texas A & I; Chicago-
Charles Ford, def. back, Houston.
Kansas City - Scott Lewis, de-
fensive end, Grambling, St. Louis
-DAN DIERDORF, tackle, Mich-
igan; New York Giants - Wayne
Walton, tackle, Abilene Christian;
Oakland - Phil Villapiano, line-
backer, Bowling Green; Green Bay
from Los Angeles -- Virgil Robin-
son, running back, Grambling.
San Francisco from Green Bay
-Ernie Janet, guard, Washing-.
ton; Washington-Cotton Sprey-
rer, wide receiver, Texas; Kansas
City from San Diego - Wilber
Young, def. tackle, William Penn;
Cleveland - Bo Cornell, running
back, Washington; Cincinnati --
Steve Lawson, guard, Kansas,'
Miami -- Otto Stowe, wide re-
ceiver, Iowa State; Detroit --
Charlie W e a v e r, linebacker.
Southern California; San Fran-
cisco, Joe Orduna, running back.
Nebraska; Philadelphia from Min-
nesota -Henry Allison, guard,
San Diego St.; DallasBIsaac
Thomas, defensive back, Bishop,
Tex.; Baltimore, Bill Atess, de-
fensive end, Texas.
Other Wolverines selected: Paul
Staroba, wide receiver, Cleveland,
third round; Pete Newell, defen-
sive tackle, Detroit, fourth round;
Marty Huff, linebacker, San Fran-
cisco, fourth round; Don Moor-
head, running bacx, New Orleans,
sixth round.

ly done a little more skating
normal, but other than
nothing special. Some of the;
ers have been staying 0ut
practice and doing some
skating and working on


aIte, t
Shercliffe had plenty of prise Atlant
for the Wolverine icers, comment-I ouarterb
ing that Michigan had "a lot of third roc
fine players. I'm sure if they put.
ervthing together. thou(ld

ie 56th player chosen.
a then picked Leo Hart,
ack from Duke, when its
und turn came up. H a r t

i nnesota-Duluth, eighth place '- Y
fins -in utW'A pl easo,give anyboly in thie league a real
finiherin he WHA asibattle. Nobody picked them to be
is tied for second in the confer- in last place at the start of this
ence with 'North Dakota. Both season."
teams have '7-7 records, quite a
way behind the 'conference lead- Renfrew also had kind words1
er,. Michigan Tech, which boasts for the Bulldogs, calling them "as
a 12-1 mark. The Bulldogs have fine a team as there is in the
the league's leading scorer in Walt league, outside of Michigan 'Tech.
Ledingham, who has 10 goals and They're a good solid team. Even
12 assists in 14 games. before the season, they were
In the nets, Glenn Resch, cap- picked to be one of the top teams
tain of the Bulldogs, displays an in the WCHA."
excellent 3.7 goals per game ave The beleaguered Michigan icers
age, quite respectable in the high have one advantage; they enter
scoring WCHA, and looked spec- the game without any major in-
tacular at times last weekend juries. Duluth, on the other hand,
against Michigan Tech, Despite has three starters who won't suit
Resch's fine play, Duluth fell up for action. Sophomore Murray
twice to the Huskies by 5-1 and Keogan, an All-American last sea-
3-2 scores. son, is out of action with a 0boul-
Bulldog head coach Terry Sher- der separation, and his absence
cliffe admits being disheartened costs the Bulldogs a lot of offen-
by last week's twin setbacks but sive punch.
isn't giving up. "It's too early to
< ithsa',, , Chuck Ness, who has knee pro -
concede anything, Shereliffe ad- lemns, and Lyn Ellingson, who ha
mits, "but we're certainly not go- Ims a d Ly t ils o miss
ing to catch them (Michigan i frpard rtisos


rofessional League Standings

Fr, ii

New York
St. Louis
Los Angele

East Division
W L T1
34 8 6
30 9 9
22 14 11
22 24 3
15 28 5
14 27 6
11 26 10
West Division
32 10 6
21 13 14
ia 17 22 9
16 22 10
15 22 12
s 14 23 9
15 30 3

Pts. GF GA
74 233 126
69 162 107
55 167 132
47 164 143
35 130 176
34 129 184
32 112 182

Philadelphia 33 22 .600
Boston 29 25 .537
Buffalo 16 41 .281
Central Division
Baltimore 31 21 .608
Cincinnati 22 29 .420
Atlanta 17 37 .315
Cleveland 9 47 .161
Western conference
Midwest Division

70 181]
55 131J
43 123
42 1071
42 136
37 137:
33 120


Los Angeles
San Francisco
San Diego

42 9
34 19
31 22
31 23
29 20
28 26
24 28
24 31
17 37

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Boots, Coats, and Accessories
Morrocan Imports
Distinctive Men~ and Women's Clotbing

Yesterday's Results
Boston 6, Philadelphia 2
St. Louis 1, Detroit 1
Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 1
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
Buffalo at California
Minnesota at Vancouver
Only games scheduled.
* * * *
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pet. GB
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Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles at Phoenix, inc.
Buffalo at Seattle, inc.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
Cincinnati at Baltimore
New York at Boston
San Diego at Detroit
Miwaukee at Philadelphia
Seattle at Los Angeles
Buffalo at San Francisco
Cleveland at Atlanta
Phni at Portland

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pressure on them but they get a in until they mathematically
breakaway and score a quick goal. I eliminate us,
What can you say about a 47-year-old fieshman who forgot to
get his Hoope pickings in by Midnight, tonight?
Jenny Catchatorri, brilliant young coed, tried to console promis-
ing young chauvnist Oliver Ferret XIV.
"Would ja remember next time, would ja, please?" she groveled, (Campus humor magazine)
rating his eyebrows a C plus.
The All-American ping-pong jock blushed, looking down at his
boho Indian costume.
"Love means never having to wear a sari," he whispered.
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