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Michigan's 1i0th varsity hockey
game did not fit into the long win-
ning Wolverine tradition establish-
ed in all fields of competition, in-
stead it fit into the pattern this
year's icers seem unable to break
Again, for the majority of the
game the Wolverines carried the
play, but they were unable t over-
come the luck of Notre Dame's
Irish as they fell 4-2 last night.
The recent warm spell has been'
melting ice all over campus and
the rink in the Coliseum was also
unable to resist the forces of moth-
er nature.
The ice was noticeably slow at
the game's beginning and the
puck's sticking in the Michigan end
may have helped the first Irish
surge on goalie Bill Busch. The ice
condition didn't improve through-
out the game, but as Coach, Al Ren-
frew noted, "The bad ice affected
them as much as us."
During the first period both
teams seemed to play as lethargic-
ally as the ice would allow. Each
spent the first five minutes adjust-
ing to the fact that they were sup-
posed to be playing.
Another one down
First Period Scoring: None. Penal-
ties: 1. ND-Schafer (2, elbowing)
8:37; 2. ND--Nyrop (2, interference)
17:29; 3. ND-Williams (2, high-
sticking) 18:56; 4. M-Gagnong(2,
crosschecking) 18:56; 5. M--Jarry
(2, slashing) 18:56.
Second Period Scoring: 1. M-Gag-
non (Gamsby, Jarry) 12:35; 2. ND--
Bambacco (Noble) 14:02; 3. ND-
Schafer (Regan, Cordes) 14:48. Pen-
alties: 6. ND--Schafer (2, tripping)
,61 11:32; 7. ND-Green (2, elbowing)
Third Period Scoring: 4. ND-
Wittliff (Schafer, Cordes) 1:44; 5.
M-Gamnsby (Mallette, Nixon) 11:38;
6. ND-Williams (Bambacco, Noble)
11:57. Penalties: 8. M-Black (2,
slashing) 6:14; 9. ND-Regan (2, el-
bowing) 10:50; 10. ND--Schafer (2,
crosschecking) 13:48; 11. ND-Curry
(2, slashing) 18:50.
Saves M-9-2- 4 - 15
ND-8--13- 9 - 30
Score by Periods
M' 0 1 1- 2
ND 0 2 2 - 4
Attendance: 2100

The first a c t u a 1 Wolverine
ances came when theGnewly
uffled line of Bernie Gagnon,
erle Falk, and Mike Jarry made
eir second appearance of the
ght. Falk brought the puck up the
* on a breakaway and shot wide.
ichigan managed to keep the
ick in and also kept missing the
Busch, starting only the ,second
ne in his college career, looked
od while stopping the nine shots
ie Irish tested hime with. Notre




Bulls squeeze



take second

Dame goalie, Chris Cathcart, was
up to the eight Wolverine shots.
The start of the second period
included a little more hitting, but
both teams appeared disorganized
at time's. Once this stage passed
both teams\ began to press more
and seemed ready to go out and
get the victory.
Rick Mallette's line of Julian
Nixon, Gary Connelly, and himself
had several chances which they
couldn't capitalize bn. Busch de-
prived Notre Dame's Phil Wistliff
and John Noble on excellent
One of the plates of glass fell out
at center ice and when this re-
ceived the nights' biggest ovation,
the Wolverines decided to do some-
thing to regain the fa s' attention.
Notre Dame's Ric Schafer receiv-
ed his second penalty of the night
at 11:36.
Approximately a minute later,
Michigan's power play, which has
had trouble in the past, scored
when captain Paul Gamsby passed
to Jarry who shot from 10 feet out
and Gagnon was in the center to!
put the4 rebound in. It was Gag-
non's 20th goal of the season.

-Daily-Denny Gainer
MICHIGAN FORWARD Brian Slack (8) attempts to get around an unidentified Notre Dame defense-
man to get another chance to put the puck, lying in the crease, into the net. Also blocking Slack's path
is goalie Chris Cathcart (24). The Wolverines had several similar close chances like this shot which
went across the crease.

A minute and a half later the
Irish scored after Tom Marra had
unsuccessfully tried to stop Nobie's
pass to Eddie Bumbacco. After
getting the pass Bumbacco easily
faked Brian Skinner, who was set
for him to come in, shot from 25
feet out and the puck was in the
net before Busch saw it.
Busch had similar problems as
the Irish followed up with another
score 46 seconds later. Witliff and
Jim Cordes had a Iwo on one
against Jerry Lefebvre. Cordes
shot the puck across the goal and
Paul Regan retrieved it in .he cor-
ner and passed to Schafer, waiting
in the slot, who put it past Busch.
The 13 Notre Dame saves and the
two Michigan saves showed that
the Wolverines were hustling, but
the scoreboard showed whose side
luck was on. Renfrew's comment
on this was, "Sometimes you get
the shots and sometimes you
Michigan continued to press as
the third period began but the Irish
obtained the period's first tally.
They got the puck into the Michi-
gan end, where Cordes, behind the
net, passed to Schafer at the point
and Witliff put the tip-in by!
The incident which drew the

night's loudest reaction occurred Nineteen seconds later it looked
about three minutes into the frame. as if this would be to no avail as
Connelly's stick caught in Bum- the Irish put their fourth goal of
bacco's skate and for 30 seconds the night past Busch. Noble took
each tried to free themselves. The I another of his shots from the point

By The Associated Press
CHICAGO -- Chet Walker tied
the score in regulation time with
six seconds remaining and then
scored 11 points in overtime last
night to push the Chicago Bullsl
past the Detroit Pistons 115-114
and gain second place in the
National Basketball Association's
Midwest Division.
An all-time record Bulls crowd
of 18.000 fans saw the Bulls move
one-half gamesahead of the Pis-
tons although Chicago still trails
Detroit by one game in the loss
Walker, who tied a career high
with 44 points, helped send the
Bulls into overtime with a drive-,
in layup with six seconds left in
regulation play.
Detroit's Bob Lanier scored a
basket in overtime but the Pistons'
lead was short-lived. Walker con-
nected on six straight points with
two baskets and two free throws
for a 107-103 advantage.
Walker scored five more points
in the overtime and his basket
with 30 seconds remaining gave
the Bulls a 115-112 advantage.
Dave Bing led the Pistons with 31
points while teammate Jimmy
Walker had 25.
Cams click
CLEVELAND - Walt Wesley
scored 50 points, 34 in the second
half, to lead the Cleveland Cava-
ihers to a 125-109 National Basket-
ball Association victory over the
Cincinnati Royals last night.
Wesley's point total was a career
high and set a Cleveland record,
as did the Cavaliers' team total
for one game.
The Cavaliers, snapping a nine-
game losing streak, broke open
the game in the third quarter as
Wesley, a former Royal, scored 20
of his points. He scored seven
straight points to give the Cava-
liers a 68-60 lead midway through
the quarter.
Wesley hit on 20 of 34 field
shots and 10 of 14 foul shots.
Flynn Robinson scored 32 and
Tom Van Arsdale 29 for the
* * *
BJullets blitz
BUFFALO-Earl Monroe scored
34 points to spark a fourth period
rally as the Baltimore Bullets
came from behind to beat the
Buffalo Braves 120-113 in a
National Basketball Association
game last night.
Monroe tallied 15 of his points
in the final period as the Bullets
rallied 'from an eight-point deficit
at 95-87. His three-point play tied
the score at 98-98 with about six
minutes left.
He then scored on a fast break

ned in a three-point goal.
Keller riddled the Colonel de-
fense from the outside early, then
drove for several baskets in the
second half and ended up with 32
points. Lewis added 25.
Kentucky, which drew to within
118-115 with 3:09 left in the game,
was led by Jim Ligon's 21 points
and Louie Dampier's 20. Dan Issel,


the game.
Then with the score 131-130
and only s e c o n d s remaining,
Brisker took the ball on a pass
from George Thompson and went
up for a jump shot, but it was
blocked by the Squires' Neil John-
son. Brisker retained the ball and
went up again, hitting the winning

to put the Bullets ahead to stay.I
Jack Marin also had 15 points in
the last period for the Bullets,.
including five baskets in the last
three minutes.
Pacers pounce
LOUISVILLE - The Indiana,
Pacers, getting a combined 57
points from guards Bill Keller and
Fred Lewis, dumped the Kentucky:
Colonels 126-121 last night in an
American Basketball Association
The Pacers, winning for th z
fifth time in six meetings with
Kentucky this season, went ahead
to stay with 5:53 left in the first'
period at 18-15 when Lewis gun-

Brisker, the league's second
highest scorer, led both teams
with 42 points.
The Condors led most of the
first half, but had to fight all the
way in the second. The lead
changed hands 14 times during

the ABA's leading scorer, got only
16 for Kentucky.
* * *
Squires squelched
PITTSBURGH - John Brisker,
recovering his blocked shot, hit
from 18 feet out in the final two
seconds to give the Pittsburgh
Condors a 132-131 victory last
night over the Virginia Squires,
leaders of the American Basketball
Association's East Division.

stickless Connelly attempted to
block several passes, then a face-
off finally allowed them to disen-
The Michigan power play again
paid off as Regan went off for
hooking after a pileup in the Irish
goalmouth. Gamsby, camped at the
outer edge of the left faceoff circle,
fired Mallette's perfect pass from
the corner past Cathcart before he
had time to react.

and Ian Williams tipped this one in.
However the Wolverines re-
mained undeterred and continued
to hit, resulting in several scram-
bles in front of the Irish net, but
nothing to show for any of them.
Although Michigan lost, Renfrew
was satisfied with the overall play.'
He said, "We played well enough
to win, a good game. We moved
the puck better than we have in a
long while."

* * *
Professional League Standings



This Weekend in Sports

BASKETBALL-Minnesota at Crisler Arena, 2 'p.m.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Alpena at Crisler Arena, noon
SWIMMING-Ohio State at Matt Mann-Pool, 3 p.m.
WRESTLING-Michigan State at Crisler Arena, 4 p.m.
TRACK-Michigan State at Yost Fieldhouse, 4 p.m.
HOCKEY-Notre Dame at Coliseum, 8 p.m.

New Yo:

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pet.
rk 42 25 .627
phia 37 28 .569
36 30 .545
19 49 .284
Central Division
e 36 28 .561
atI 25 41 .377
24 41 .369
d 12 57 .167
Western Conference
Midwest Division
ee 53 11 .828



West Division
43 20 .687
40 21 .655
36 29 .554
23 39 .371
20 43 .318



Yesterday's Games
Pittsburgh 132, Virginia 131
Utah 126, Texas 114
Indiana 126, Kentucky 121
Only games scheduled
Today's Games
New York at Texas
Only game scheduled


wimmers down Eastern, 84-39
By JIM EPSTEIN Michigan's weakest event all sea- tion swimmer, in hopes he would
Michigan's once beaten swim- son long, Brian Moll of Eastern set the pool record. McCullough's
mers zipped past an eager, but touched out Jeff Watts by two clocking of 52.8 fell short of the
outclassed squad from Eastern one-hundreths of a second. mark.
Michigan University last night at Carl Hiller, a senior swimming The diving was another bright
the Matt Man Pool. Using a line in possibly his last meet, led a spot in yesterday's competition
up of reserves, the Wolverines Michigan sweep of the 200 yard as freshman Peter Agnew won
ruised easily to a victory margin individual medley with a clocking both the one meter and the three
of 84-39. of 2:07.78. Freshman Paul Fair- meter events. Diving coach Dick
The 400 yard medley t e a m of man placed second with 2:08.40. Kimball felt Agnew did a fair job
Rich Dorney, Dave Clark, Larry Hiller later finished second in the on the low board but "very, veryI
Day 'and Ekk Schoettle sent the 200 yard breaststroke. well from the high board."
Wolverines into a lead never re- By agreement of both teams, Well rested, the Wolverine reg-
linquished with a four second vic- the butterfly event was 100 yards ulars will take on Ohio S t a t e
tory over Eastern's entrants. Then in lieu of the standard 200 yards. at 3:00 tomorrow at Matt Mann
*Joe Bryk made his sole appear- The Wolverines swept that event pool. Michigan's record in d u a 1
ance of the meet, and paddled off also, with Bob Gavin and Augusto meet action is now 9-1 and a vic-
with the honors in the 1000 yard Gonzales finishing one-two. tory tomorrow will close another

Chicago 41 25 .629 1
Detroit 39 24 .615 14
Phoenix 40 26 .606 14
Pacific Division
Los Angeles 39 24 .619 -
San Francisco 34 32 .515
Seattle 29 36 .446 11
San Diego 39 38 .433 1:
Portland 22 42 .344 1
Yesterday's Games
Cleveland 125, Cincinnati 109
Chicago 115, Detroit 114, overtime
Baltimore 120, Buffalo 113
Today's Games
Atlanta at Baltimore
Detroit at New York
Boston at San Diego
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Philadelphia at Portland
Buffalo at Cincinnati
East Division
W L Pet. GB
Virginia 43 20 .683 -
Kentucky 34 31 .523 1
New York 29 34 .460 1
Carolina 28 35 .444 1
Floridians 28 39 .418 1
Pittsburgh 26 39 .400 18

7 x12

New York

East Division
W L T Pts.
40 9 7 87
34 14 10 78
28 17 11 67
29 25 4 62
16 31 11 43
17 31 8 42
18 33 5 41
West Division



-Associated Press
DETROIT FORWARD Terry Dischinger (43) makes a futile attempt
at two points in last night's overtime loss to the bold, surging Chi-
cago Bulls. Bob Love (left) and Jerry Sloan (right) fake Dischinger
out of his jock.


Chicago 38 14 6 82 213
St. Louis 24 17 13 63 155
Minnesota 20 26 13 53 144
Philadelphia 21 26 10 52 152
Pittsburgh 19 26 14 52 11
Los Angeles 16 28 11 43 159
California 16 39 3 35 142
Yesterday's Games
Boston at California, inc.
Philadelphia at Vancouver, inc.
Today's Games
Chicago at Montreal
St. Louisaat Toronto
New York at Pittsburgh
Boston at Los Angeles
Buffalo at Detroit
Philadelphia at California






on "the Second Floor"

And on

the first floor, you can still find KITES, YO-YO'S, WATER-
or FRISBEE'S-all just in time for spring-break fun ...

In all, the Hurons were able to
take only two events in the com-
petition, the 50 yard freestyle and
the 500 yard freestyle. In the 50,
Hurons Humbled
MICHIGAN (Dorney, Clark, Day,
Schoettle); 2. EMU. Time-3:24.29.
1-METER DIVING: 1. Agnew (M);
2. Newcomer (M); 3. Zantop (E).
1000-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Bryk
(M)); 2. Anderson (E); 3. Rogissart
(E). Time--10:37.94.
200-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Fish-
burn (M); 2. Kennery (M); 3. Cros-
by (E). Time-1:50.35.
(E); 2. Watts (M); 3. Gillery (E).
1. Hiller (M); 2. Fairman (M); 3.
Brockhahn (E). Time--2:07.78
3-METER DIVING: 1. Agnew (M);
2. Creede (M) 3. Jorgensen (E).
100-YARD BUTTERFLY: 1. Gavin
(M); 2. Gonzalez (M); 3. Fox (E).
100-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Watts
(M); 2. G. Zann (M); 3. Nightin-
gale (E). Time--:50.14.
horn (M); 2. McCormick (E); 3.
Roos (E). Time--2:06,92.
500-YARD FREESTYLE: 1. Ander-
son (E); 2. Dwyer (M); 3. Rogissart
(E). Time-5:12.93.
(M); 2. Hiller (M); 3. Brinkman
(E). Time-2:19.69.
EMU (Brockhahn, Anderson, Night-
ingale, Crosby) 2. MICHIGAN. Timef
Applications now b
Central Stud
5 SE

Coach Gus Stager also enter- dual meet season with the only rrr.............. ...r.. ......
ed Ray McCullough as an exhibi- mar a loss to Indiana, RUBE & T V
Wolverines topple Iln ! 9:30 to 5:30 514 E. WILLIAM
Special To The Daily turned in an excellent high b a r famous ?! oom:m/ Y .
The Michigan gymnasts won routine to boot. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. ...
their 39th straight dual m e e t McCurdy copped the rings event
last night, but it admittedly was with a 9.05 and Ward Black took I
not the most satisfying victory the vault with a 9.15. One minor. C O N EY
In the stringshock was Ed Howard's first dual
meet defeat this year in the high
The steamroller that buried bar; Illinois' Tom Van Etten 9.43s '
Minnesota and Ohio State slowed barely beat Howard's 9.35, a judg-: eS L M N D
down somewhat, but the latest vic- ing decision which aroused a hefty:
tim, Illinois, nonetheless wound share of disgust among the Mich- V I IMICH IGANENSIAN (mish e gen en
up in the same defeated condi- igan squad members.
tion, by the score of 161.3 to 158.45. Yet that Illinois victory c o m- I1OPEN 24 HOURS
The low score was due solely, or bined with even a stunning side !
even mainly, to poor performances horse masterpiece of 9.7, contri- te a ote lrn.ud y nB, w nt ce en) n. The yearbook of the Uni-
an the part of the Wolverines. bated by Ken Barr, was not
Illinois' gymnastic arena's tradi- enough to build a meet triumph 4*" " "
tion for depressed scores combined for the Ilhini. 510 E. Liberty versty of, Iie gan stressing innOva-
with the presence of several no- Coach Newt Loken was disap-:__ss
toriously stringent judges didn't pointed with the 25.90 side horse s.
help matters. team total, one of three events
There were nevertheless a num- in which the Wolverines failed 15c off on Islands with this student life; some
ber of bright spots for Michigan to hit the generally par-for-them s
-the most luminous was all- 27 level. I. m..... m.......m.. mm...... m.... m... mm...........m tim es referred to as the EN SIAN
arounder Ray Gura, who beat out
the nearly invincible Rick McCur-
dy for the all-around title, 52.60
to 52.20. !T-" .rr..rI.rmmmmm .....m.m..... ...m...m ..m mmm u -m mm
Sophomore Gura placed in theAULULL
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