Friday, January 8, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, January 8, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Pac SM- r
Tankers sink Salukis;
on neutral' ice tonight
By BILL ALTERMAN the Spartans sport a 7-5 recor
Home rink advantage? N o t MSU has a bevy of talente
4 when it's a hockey game between scorers. Starting center Do
Michigan and Michigan State. Last Thompson leads the Spartan sco
year these two teams clashed five ing with 11 goals and 14 assist
times and each time the away Last year Thompson scored fit
team won. Unfortunately three of goals in a 7-1 victory over Mic
th- games were in the Michigan igan. Center Gilles Gagnon, an(
Coliseum so the Wolverine I c e r s ther junior is the cousin of Mic
came out on the short end of the igan scoring leader Bernie GaE
Tonight'the Wolverines will seek An even closer familial relatior
to extend this visiting team ad- ship is found in the three D(
vantage when they travel to East Marco brothers, seniors Jerry ar
Lansing for an 8 p.m. game Mike, and sophomore Frank.
against State. Tomorrow the Winger Randy Sokoll picked u
finale will be back here at the four goals in the first game(
Coliseum. last week's series sweep -of Bow
Goaltending could be a problem ing Green.
for both teams as each lost a top So far this year, State's defen
has been better than Michigan
A report in an official university Each team has played 12 gam
publication listing the game and while Michigan has allowe
time for tomorrow night's Mich- 52 goals, MSU has allowed on
igan-MSU hockey game as 2:00 42. Between the two starting goa
is incorrect. The game will start ies the difference is even m o r
at 8:00 p.m. marked with Bagnell allowing a
average of 4.5 goals per gam
while Watt allows only 3.3.
goalie this year. State's All-Amer- GI l n iW a a nday Mck;
ican goaltender Rick Duffett com- iGagnon is far and away Mi
pleted his eligibility last term and igan's leading scorer with
Wolverine netman Doug Hastings points. Far back in second is Pa
recently dropped out of school. Gamsby with 14 points and Bria
Thus Spartan.Jim Watt and Wol- Slack holds third with 13.
verine Karl Bagnell will be do- Penalty killing has been onec
ing most of the netminding for the Michigan's weaknesses this y e a
remainder of the season. In the recent 6-5 loss to Dar
Neither team has been very suc- mouth, the Indians scored f o u
cessful in the WCHA this year, power play goals. The penalti
both sporting 2-4 records. The themselves have not bother
Wolverines are 6-6 overall while Coach Al Renfrew who admi
ACC places seven
players on probation
Bp The Associated Press players were on probation, r(
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The sponded, "Not two, just one!"
Atlantic Coast Conference report- He would not identify the play
edly' has placed at least a half- or make any further comment, bt
dozen basketball players from five the Herald, quoting an unident:
universities on probation for fight- fied source from a conferen
, ing during games. school, said Maryland's Jay Flom
Being placed on probation would ers and Sparky Still were amon
mean a player who committed a those on probation.
second offense during this school Also on probation, said the Hen
year would be suspended from in- aldsare John Roche and Joh
tercollegiate athletics for the re- Ribcock of the University of Soul
mainder of the year. Carolina, Duke's Randy Dento
Although there was no specific Bill Gerry of Virginia and Bi
confirmation of the action offi- Chamberlain of North Carolina
cially, the Spartanburg, S.C., Her- Cina
ald said yesterday acting ACC Chamberlain was asked in a
Commissioner Norvall Neve placed impromptu interview with t
on probation two players from e t Associated Press how he felt abo
University of Maryland, two from the probation. "I didn't know an
the University of South Carolina body knew about it except f
and one each from the University Coach Dean Smith and myself
of North Carolina, the University he said. Later he said he was n
of Virginia and Duke University. confirming he was on probation
However, Maryland's head bas-
ketball coach, Lefty Driesell, asked I
about the report that two of his
"hockey is an aggressive sport. We
haven't committed any flagrant
fouls so far, however. We'll just
have to do a better job of penalty
Reflecting the Wolverines' spot-
ty performance to date he added
that "we have not really settled on
our lines yet. We'll continue to
try different combinations."
MSU will be without the services
of two of their regular defense-
men tonight, junior Dave R o -
berts who received a game mis-
conduct penalty against Michigan
Tech, and senior Herb Price who
incurred an eye injury in prac-
tice a week ago.
Spec ial to The Daily
swimming team, led by their div-
ers and specialty men, piled up an
early lead against the always
tough Southern Illinois Salukis
and then held on in the last few
events to eke out a slim 58-53
victory last night.
The divers Rick Rydze and Joe
Crawford) finished 1-2 in both the
one and three meter contests, a.
rare occurance in an away meet,
to provide the winning points inl ,
Michigan's third straight victory.
The tankers started off on the1
right foot by splashing to an easy
400-YARD MEDLEY RELAY: 1.
Michigan (Hansen, Isaac, Mac Don-
aid, Zann) 2. Southern Illinois.
Time -- 3:40.05.
1000-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Stein-
er (SIU); 2. Gonzalez (SIU); 3.
Fishburn (M). Time - 10:11.5.
200-YARD FREESTYLE: IMc-
Cullough (M); 2. Day (M): 3.
Schoosin (SIU). Time -- 1:46.4.
50-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Dasch
(SIU); 2. Tingley (SIU); 3. Katz
(M). Time --22.00.
200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MED-
LEY: 1. Dickson (SIU); 2. Korner
(SIU); 3. Isaac (M). Time 1:59,2.
3-METER DIVING: 1. Crawford
(M); 2. Rydze (M); 3. Cashmore
(SIY). Points E- 165.45.
200-YARD BUTTERFLY: 1. Day
victory in the 400-yard medley re-
lay but Southern Illinois slammed
the 1000-free t.o edge in front.
After McCullough took the 200-
free, the Saluki's swept both the
50-free and the 200-I.M. to race
to a 27-18 advantage.
Head coach Gus Stager's squad
roared back. however, to win the
next four events and gain a lead
that they never relinquished.
Ray McCullough turned in his
best performance of the year as
he won both the 100- and 200-
yard freestyle events setting new
records in both races. His times in
both events were among the fast-
est in the country so far this year.
(1): 2. tie Mc Donald (M) and
Dickson (SIU). Time - 1:55.6.
100-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. li-
Cuillough (M1); 2. Dasch (SIU); 3.
McCarthy (1). Time - :48.2.
200-YARD BACKSTROKC: 1.
Hansen (11); 2. Tingley (SIU); 3.
Peterson (1). Time - 1:58.00.
500-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Stein-
er (SI): 2. Gonzalez4(SIU); 3.
Dorney (M), Time -- 4.54.7.
200-YARD BREASTSTROKE: Ko-
herner (STU); 2. Isaac (M); 3.
Mahoney (M). Time -- 2:12.6.
1-METER DIVING: 1. Rydze (M);
2. Crawford (M); 3. Cashmore
(STU). Points -- 239.45.
400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY: 1.
Southern Illinois (Schoosm, DascN
Windeatt, Tngley); 2.Michigan
Time -- 3:14.6.
--ally---Thomas R. Copi
MICHIGAN FORWARD MERLE FALK (12) races for a loose puck as Minnesota goalie (and last
year's most valuable player in the WCHA) Murray McLachlan attempts to cover up the rebound in
a WCHA game last year. Minnesota, led by McLachlan's brilliant netminding, won their first WCHA
title since 1953.
r. prp f B a or I 9eti
es By BETSY MAHON While Loken has been satisfied season. Loken feels they are cap-
ed The Wolverine gymnastics squad by the showings to date he con- j able of topping that total due to
ts travels to Kalamazoo this weekend cluded, "I can't appraise the full the steady improvement of his all
still trying to find out how good team's performance because they arounders Rick McCurdy, T e d
they really are. Last year's super have not all been in top shape at Marti and Ray Gura. Another
stars, Ron Rapper and Sid Jensen, the same meet. I'm anxious to see bright spot has been the f 1o o r
were lost through graduation, whether we can keep improving as exercise event where sophomores
leaving Coach Newt Loken w i t h a team." Terry Boys and Ward Black have
some rather large spots to fill. come into their own. This event is
However in their first meets this Tiheicntwl esthgaist Western further strengthened by the re-
year the gymnasts have im a d e meet of the young season for thetunoChc Weblfma
despite being hampered by injuries gymnasts and should prepare the cheerleading injury.
despit bnd ingham.redWolverines for the type of com- Another event where the Wol-
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Georgetown, D.C., 71, Randolph Ma-
Princeton 78. Dartmouth 58
The Citadel 62, Texas A&M 61
Milwaukee 116, New York 106
Baltimore 110, Atlanta 102
Los Angeles 110, Cleveland 105
Only games scheduled.
The ktod Siix
WV L T Pts. GF GA
Boston 28 6 5
New York 27 7 6
Montreal 18 12 8
Toronto 18 19 2
Vancouver 14 23 3
Detroit 12 21 4
Buffalo 8 23 6
Chicago 26 7 5
St. Louis 18 9 11
Minnesota 13 18 8
Pittsburgh 10 19 11
Philadelphia 13 19 6
Los Angeles 11 19 7
California 12 24 2
petition that they will be facing vries are "mucn stronger than
against Big Ten teams later in last year' is the side horse where
the year. Western is not a gym- Dick Kaziny, Mike Gluck and Mike
nastic powerhouse but their per- Sale are all "looking very good".;
formances are highlighted by the The one questionable event in
routines ofLarry Jordan. Last the Wolverine repertoire is the
season, Jordan made both t h e parallel bars where Loken is still
NCAA finals and the Nationals trying to find a replacement for
and placed fifth in the nation on Ron Rapper and his consistent!
the parallel bars. nine-plus performances. Freshmen
The Wolverines will be trying Bill Hudgins and Bob Johnson are
strong contenders but both have
to improve on the 163 point total yet to be tested in Big Ten com-
they ran up against Western last petition.
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