Tuesday, April 13, 1971
THE M[CHIGAN .DAILY
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with Purdue, Illinois
Ruggers fall in Big
By CHUCK DRUKIS
Michigan's ruggers played their
W A TERBED By CHUCK DRUKIS gaining momentum and be in high best rugby game of the season, but
Michigan's courtsmen opened gear by tournament time. lost 8-3 to Wisconsin in the cham-x
teiigTn ennirtsm 1naynad The courtsmen did get back on pionship game of the Big Ten tour-
distrutee Ten te n a 63 ls st the right track with a convincing nament at Columbus Sunday.
d sr.dyo FrdA te c osen came victory over Purdue. Michigan so completely domi-
back to blank Purdue 9-0 Satur- Four dual meets, all at home, nated the first half that it seemed
Lap Seam Life time guarantee day afternoon. - face the courtsmen this week. only a matter of time before the
Michigan faces Toledo at 2:30 Blue would run Wisconsin off the
NOW 20%/ off The courtsmen had only one this afternoon. Toledo has been field. Wisconsin spent all of the
week of outside practices this Fthe Mid - American conference first half struggling to keep the
spring. Unfortunately, the set: champ for the past five years. charging Blue attack from scoring.
with Illinois was played during Wednesday the courtsmen tang-
gusty winds t h a t played havoc le with Kalamazoo. Kalamazoo is tee b y ick See ap-
. State with the balls. Illinois, having had last year's MIAA champ. The first tempted by Michigan. Steve Chap-
experience on their court w i t h match beings at 2:30. man made the third attempt to
: such conditions, was able to ad- This weekend Wisconsin and give Michigan a 3-0 halftime lead.
aammmmmmmrrmmrrmm rrr rrr-rrr------ r-----r.= just to the wind better thani Mich- Northwestern will travel to Ann The ruggers were unable to domi-
aigan-Arbor. The courtsmen will play nate the second half. Wisconsin
Coach Brian Eisner said, "We against Wisconsin on Friday at frustrated all of Michigan's of-
ANOTHER a shold learn from our mistakes. In 3:00. The starting time will be fensive efforts with superb kicks
a this instance I think we did." 1:00 on Saturday against North- down the field.
* * It may be a break that the loss western. Meanwhile Wisconsin was grad-
came early in the season. The Big Neither Wisconsin nor North- ually working it way down field on
* famous *; Ten dual meets only account for western h a v e outstanding front the merit of their kicks. They
U 50 per cent of total points while line players. However, both teams mscored fifteen minutes into the sec-
1 u the tournaments account for the have enough depth to make the ond half on a try and a conversion
rest. The courtsmen should start sets interesting, to take a 5-3 lead. The Badgers
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game to mae the loe 8-3 Th MICHIGAN FORWARDS battle during a scrum down during an ex
* game to make the final score 8-3. The scrum down is a crucial play in rugby. The scrum half (seen in
" They're the best iking team tosses the ball between the two teams and then waits for it to be k
we've faced all year." said a dis- either kicks it down field or laterals to a fly half. Although Michigan
IS LA N Dheartened Terry Larrimer, "They
$ 19 9used their kicking tactically to, the scrum downs, they lost in the finals of the Big Ten rugby tourn
E U move the ball downfield and force --
OPEN 24 HOURS 1 mistakes. We never managed to CHICAGO ADVANCES:
BekatLONDON SPAINi get the ball out t our own scoring ,
servedAIthreat (Ron) Smith."
sBreakfast served IA1 -Q 7 e 1M Michigan, thus finished the sea-
A YYY1My 9son with a 5-1-1 record.
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For the student body: Six National Hockey League play- series followed suit.
S lt tsndtrp Jt Rundr off contenders will be back where Chicago, however, completed a
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Is .9 Boston, New York and St. Louis as the Black Hawks bounced the
-Daily Terry McCarthy
:hibition game earlier this season.
the top left looking into the scrum)
Licked out. Once the ball is out, he
won a substantial proportion of
ament to Wisco ;3T..
t Louis 2-1 t Minnesota on Charli
Burns' late third-period tally.
Boston's East Division champ
beaten only three times at hom
during the regular season, hopet
avoid a repetition of their home i
collapse in Game 2 of the play
offs. when the Canadiens cam
s back from a 5-1 deficit to win 7-
The Rangers, whose 4-1 losst
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The so-called home ice edge
failed to materialize as Boston and
Montreal spit two-games home and
away stands and the New York-:
Flyers 6-2 at Philadelphia.
Bobby Orr's three goals placed
the Bruins to a series-squaring 5-2
victory at Montreal; the Rangers
pulled even with the Maple Leafs
by trimming them 4-2 at Toronto,
and the North Stars nipped St.
Toronto in Game 2 was only theit'
third at New York since, the sea-
son started last fall, are counting
on another maximum effort after
finally beating the Leafs to the
punch Sunday night.
St. Louis will try to reverse a
trend in its close-checking series
with the North Stars that has seen
the visiting team open with a vic-
tory in each city.
The sixth game in each series is
set for Thursday night in Montreal,
Toronto and Minnesota. The sites
will shift back to Boston, New York
and St. Louis for weekend finales
of the best-of-7 sets, if they are
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