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Friday, April 2, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Friday, April 2, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

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By RICH STUCK
The Michigan Lacrosse Club put
it all together Wednesday to cn-
vincingly defeat nationally-ranked
Bowling Green, 5-3.
It was the first home game for
Michigan this season but the way'
the team played one would have'
thought they were playing for thej
NCAA title. Combining all phases1
of the game, the Wolverines literal-
ly dominated the game from the
opening whistle.
It took Michigan only one minute
to hit the scoreboard against thea
favored Bowling Green squad as;
Din Holman found the range after,
taking a pass from Sandy Ervin.1
Checking at every opportunity,
Michigan was able to hold theirj
slim lead until midway through the1
second period when Bowling GreenI

scored a man-down goal (equiva-; the part of Michigan to ev

lent to hockey's power-play goal.'
Michigan retailiated only a minute
later, however, when Steve Hart
tallied the first of his two goas.
Holman received credit for on as-
sist on the play that pushed Mich-
igan ahead, 2-1, at the end of the
first quarter.
After seeing Bowling Green tie
the score at the opening of the
second stanza, the Hart-Holman
combination connected again on a
beautiful scoring play to regain the
lead for Michigan. Thrilling the
crowd of well over 100 enthusias-
tic spectators, Holman fired a
pass from behind the net to Hart,
who rifled a bullet into the goal.
At the beginning of the second
half, Bowling Green took advan-
tagd of a rare defensive lapse on

score at 3-3. Little did B
Green know that the goal wa
the last they would garner t
of the afternoon. The Michig
fense was airtight and ke
visitors in check for the fina
ty-one minutes.
Dick Dean put Michigan i
for good with a goal in th
quarter. Holman capped a
day for both the team and hi
by scoring his second goal
game to round out the scori
final count being 5-3. Alon
his two goals Holman assis
both of the goals by Steve
giving him four points for t
and raising his two-game t
a fantastic seven points.
Most observers agreed th
though the margin of victor
only two goals, Michigan co
ly outplayed Bowling Gre
every phase of the game.
referee Dick Nowak was q
admit it. Following the gam
wak commented, "There
doubt which was the better
today. Michigan outplayed t
every department."
Nowak also pointed out th
Michigan players really imp
him. Hart, who scored two
I

big win
en the j drew special mention as did an-
3owling other goal-scorer, Dick Dean. Play-
s to be j ing a steady game throughout was
he rest Tim (Chico) Rogers who, accord-
gan de- ing to referee Nowak, "is a great
pt the hustler". Jay Johnson was the
. twen- fourth player to receive praise not
only from Nowak, but also from
n front Michigan coach Bob Kaman as
e third well.
L great Several other players turned in
imself, noticeably f i n e performances.
of the Roger Mills did a good job on at-
ng. the tack as did Skip Flanagan. Flana-
.g with gan was playing his first game at
;ted on that position and seemed to adjust
Hart, quite well.
he day: After the game, regular defense-
otal to man Dave Fischer hed a word of
thanks for super-sub Chuck Med-
hat, al- lar: "I'm sure thankful that the
ry was 'big Buddah' was around to spell
mplete- us!"
een in Bowling Green had opened this
Even!
uick to season by trouncing two of the
e, No- top ten teams in the country and
is 110 tieing another. Coming out vic-
r team torious over a great squad like
hem in Bowling Green prompted coach
at four Kaman to say, "This has to be the
pressed greatest victory in the history of
goals, Michigan lacrosse."

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The excitement of lacrosse

the most natural thing

"A memorable, heart-warming 90 minutes, .
"Who would believe history could be
so entertaining and enlightening?"
"I hope you will replay your special so our parents
might have the opportunity to see it."
THE PEOPLE SAID IT ALL

Piston ace dealt away
PHOENIX, Ariz. (A - T h e!the rival American Basketball As-
Phoenix Suns of the National Bas- sociation.
ketball Association announced yes- Moore, who split h i s playing
terdy tat hey aveacimehisyear, with rookie Bob
terday that they have acquired Lanier, had announced that'he
center Otto Moore from the De- would ask for a $100,000 contract
troit Pistons. from the Pistons next season. Pis-

in accessories. . . bright
burlap with brassy
touches and tender embroidery
is a very special look this spring for
the very fashion-minded. Shoulder pouch,

Phoenix General Manager Jer-
ry Colangelo said Moore will come
to Phoenix in exchange "for fu-
ture considerations subject to
certain contingencies." While Co-
langelo did not define his puzzling
statement, observers speculated
that the "certain contingencies"
were that Moore might jump to

ton management was undoubtedly
not eager to shell out this kind
of money to a p a r t-time pivot
man.
A 6-11 center, Moore was draft-
ed by the Pistons from little Pan
American College -in Texas and
has *distinguished himself in pro
ball as an outstanding rebounider.

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