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Saturday, November 2, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Badgers
By LEBA HERTZ
The Michigan hockey team's
WCHA season opened on a dis-
mal note last night as the Wis-
consin Badgers bested the Wol-
verines 5-2.
The Wolverines, playing with-
out tke services of goalie Rob-
bie Moore, Doug Lindskog, and
captain Randy Trudeau, stayed1
close to the Badgers until the
third period when the defense

bop

PORTS
NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL CRANE

h1ue I
in the play of his dekers. (trip)
"We didn't skate nearly as (high
well as I hoped we would. When
we had to get a goal we couldrn't sC(
get it. How do you coach the'
puck into the net? seth
PEI
"We had lots of chances, so 6:34,
did they. Wisconsin came cn 11:48.
very strong in the third period.
We lost our poise in the 'iird SC(
period. Dibble played well. Their etto
(Wisconsin) d e f e n s e )laved (Nor"
well." seth
--Taf
PEN
WHETHER OR not Moore will (hold

cers
} 11:04, 2. M - T. Lindskog
stick) 17:16
SECOND PERIOD
ORING: 1. M - Fardig (unas-
d) 4:17, 2. WIS - Alley (Nor-
Taft) 7:19 pp. 3. WIS - Ul-
(B. Lundeen) 15:01,
NALTIES: 3. M - Fox (rough)
4. WIS - Herbst (charge)
THIRD PERIOD
ORING: 4. M - Manery (Mor-
0:54, 5. WIS - D. Lundeen
wich) 3:10 pp, 6. WIS - Ul-
(Eaves, Capough) 7:48, 7. WIS
t (DePrez, D. Lundeen) 15:37
NALTIES: 5. M - Manery
1) 1:45, IS - D. Lundeen
k) 4:18, 7. WIS - Enblom
xference) 12:20

collapsed. .i
The first period of action saw
no scoring as both goalies, In the third period, Michigan
Mike Dibble and Michigan goalie came back to tie the score on
Frank Zimmerman played flaw- a goal by Kris Manery after 54
lessly. Both teams, however, seconds elapsed. Manery's score
missed many opportunities to came on a breakaway by Angie
score in the stanza. Moretto who passed from the
slot to his teammate.
IN' THE SECOND period, "The goalie over-anticipa~d,"
Michigan took the lead at 4:17 commented Manery on his goal. !
when Don Fardig scored an un- "I didn't think it was that good
assisted goal. Fardig broke a shot."
loose from Wisconsin defense- "Right off the bat, I thought
men Craig Norwich and John we'd blow them right out of the!
Taft. rink," continued Manery, "cut
"I was lucky," remarked Far- they took away our play."
dig. "I didn't beat him (Dibble).
I was surprised as everyone WISCONSIN'S Dave LuiJeen
else." put the Badgers ahead for good
The Badgers came back to tie at 3:10 on a power play goal.
the score at 7:19 on a power "Their third goal let the air
play goal by Steve Alley. out of our tires," Michiganj
coach Dan Farrell said. "We{
AT 15:01, Tom Ulseth beat lost poise and they came on
freshman defenseman John Mc- strong. The power play goalsI
Cahill to give Wisconsin a 2-1 were dumb. Our defense didn t
edge. play well on the power play." '
-- --- -- -- --

Wisconsin got its fourth goal
at 7:45 when Ulseth tipped the

goal in the side of the net and be available tonight is
Zimmerman was caught out of questionable. "We'll knowt
position. ter tomorrow," Farrell c
"I was impressed with W i- mented. "His knee is locked
consin," notes Zimmerman. "I in traction."
was a little bit dissatisfied with The Wolverines have a cha
my play. I was a little tired to-'to redeem themselves tonigli
wards the end of the game." m feff n

still (itel

bet-
om-
and
nce
t as
ji S-

Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
WOLVERINE BILL THAYER breaks away from Badger defenseman Bill Machowski (2) in a
vain attempt to score in action last night. The B 1 u e icers were stopped more than they
would have liked and found themselves on the short side of the scoring, losing to Wiscon-
sin, 5-2. The loss was Michigan's first of the season. The M a i z e and Blue will try to
avenge the defeat tonight.
FAN ENTHUSIASM WANES

ZIMMERMAN was a Lst'
minute replacement for Moore'
who injured his knee in prac-
tice this week.
"I thought Frank (Zimm r-
man) played well," Farrel said.
"I felt whoever could score (;n
the third period) would bI-w it
open.
The Badgers got their final
score from Taft at 15:37 oo a
pass from Don DePrez.
"They ran all over us in the
third period," Moretto said. "It
was a good awakening."
"We gave up the pu.k too
many times," added defeise-
man Tom Lindskog. "We d d't'
get the puck out of our end."

LUCy g gMAC Ull Wd dII1' .yr Lb
consin at 7:30 p.m. at Yost Ice
Arena.
* * *

FIRST PERIOD
SCORING: no goals
PENALTIES: 1. WIS -

Enbiom

Blue face
By JOHN KAHLER version of Bo Schembechler,
Special To The Daily is a bit dissentful about his
BLOOMINGTON - Bo Schem- dominant position on the cam-
bechler has taken his show on pus scene.
the road this week, to the heart "The fact that we've won six
of basketball country. And the Big Ten championships in each
natives don't appear to be im- of the last two years speaks
pressed. well for the all-around excel-
At onethirty this afternoon, lence of our athletic program
the Wolverines will take the here," Knight claims.
field as overwhelming favorites However, the crowd will prob-
against the host Indiana Hoos- ably be the last thing noticed
iers. Chances are, the 55,000- by the Michigan football team
seat Memorial Stadium will be today. The gridders arrived in}
but a little more than half Bloomington yesterday with ar
filled. few things they have to prove
It is not hard to find reasons to themselves.
for this apathy. Indiana is to The Wolverines have been less
basketball what the neighboring than outstanding on the road so
state of Ohio is to football-a far this year, struggling in Palo+
citadel crazed fandom in wide Alto against Stanford and bare-
participation. George McGinnis, ly surviving in Madison versus
not Larry Czonka, is the model the Wisconsin Badgers.
for aspiring young Hoosier ath- A lackluster performance to-
letes. day against the Hoosiers will
Nor has this year's model of raise serious doubts about this
the Indiana football team done team's ability to survive a trip
much to inspire popular en- to Columbus, Ohio.
thusiasm. The Hoosiers are "No question about it, we've
currently 1 and 6 on the year, got to come through with aj
and have not looked inspiring good performance on theI
in defeat. road," said defensive coach t
The best expression of popular Gary Moeller. "I just hope I
sports feeling can be found at this team doesn't have a men-l
the Indiana athletic department tal block against playing awayt
ticket offices. Hoosier ticket games."'
salespersons hope forta crowd of A good performance today'
38,000, though if threatening would also assure many people{
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against Michigan State and Wis-
consin were exceptions and not
the rule.
By all rights, Michigan should
clean up against an Indiana
team that has moved the ball
well all year, but has given up I
points in large bunches. Any-
thing less than a smashing tri-I
THE LI
MICHIGAN
Offe

ss

Indiana

FARRELL'

WAS disappointed

umph will bring Bo's wrath ing from an injured ankle. Jim
down on the heads of the Blue Armour will take his place.
gridders who practice next Mike Lantry, who has been
week. ' suffering from an injured ham-
Michigan goes into today's string, has recovered sufficient-
game in reasonably decent ly to handle the kickoffs.
physical condition. Of the start- Quarterback Dennis Frank-
ers, only guard Kirk Lewis lin aggravated a sprained an-
failed to make the trip, suffer- kle against Minnesota, and
was held out of several prac-
N ET UPS tices last week. He is still
N U below par and may not see
INDIANA any action today, but Mark
Elzinga is prepared to play.
nse If form holds, Indiana will
(81 Trent Smock (208) lose its seventh game of the
( Bilrln Smaak (24) season today. But by tomorrow,
(64) Bill Sparhawk (242) both the defeat and the Michi-
(65) Joe Doggett (245) gan football team that inflicted
70) Jain Shuck (233) it will be forgotten here. Afterj
(61) Tim Mills (244) all, basketball season is less
(72) Greg McGuire (282) than a month away.

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BULLETIN
All-time homerun king
Henry Aaron maintained his
status by defeating Japanese
challenger Sadaharu Oh in a
rare home-run hitting match
in Tokyo. Aaron sent the win-
ning blast more than 300 feet
along the leftfield line during
his last turn at bat. More than
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match at Tokyo's Korakuen
Stadium.
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Reserves nip

Bee-Gees

By SCOTT LEWIS
The Michigan Varsity Reserve
football team barely squeaked
by an emotional Bowling Green
squad, 21-14 at Michigan Sta-
dium yesterday. The Wolverines
took advantage of two poor
snaps on punts, and blocked
another, setting up all three of
Michigan's touchdowns.
"If the snaps were executed
properly," said Michigan coach
Dennis Brown, "Bowling Green
wins the game."
Michigan took the opening
kickoff, but the Bee-Gee defense
held, and the Wolverines were
forced to give up the ball.
ON THE FIRST play from
Michigan
Llafor
By RICH F

scrimmage, Bowling Green for the first down but good pur- MICHIGAN'S second six-point-
quarterback Bill Eyssen threw suit by the Wolverines forced er was set up by Chuck Ran-
a pass that was intercepted by him down at the Bowling Green dolph's block of Kampe's punt,
Ken Bush, and Michigan re- 21. which gave Michigan the ball
gained possession on the Bowl- on the five yard line. Two plays
ing Green 29. SIX PLAYS LATER, Michigan later, Mike Smith scored from
The Wolverines moved the I quarterback Roger Bettis lofted three yards out to deadlock the
ball to the 17 before Mike Smith a pass to Dave Harding for the, game at 14 apiece.
fimbled-one of six Michigan ? score. Early in the fourth quarter,
fumbles during the afternoon. After the score, Bowling Bowling Green was once again
Four of those were recovered Green stalled offensively but forced to punt. Not wanting to
by Bowling Green. took advantage of a fumble by change the pattern of the game,
After two changes of posses- Dennis Richardson as he ran Kampe fumbled the snap and
sion, the Bowling Green offense back the punt. The Bee Gees was tackled at his own 8 yard
was thwarted by a tough Michi- moved in for the touchdown to! line.
gan defense and Greg Kampe tie the game. Two plays later, fullback Paul
dropped back to punt. The snap 'The touchdown was scored by Moore ran in from the four
was high, however, and it sailed fleet-footed Marcus Johnson, the yard line to put the Baby Blue
over his head. He tried to run first of two on the day for him. ahead for good, 21-14. 'Moore led
Johnson was the premier play- the Michigan rushing attack
" " er of the game, gaining 153: with 75 yards in 25 carries.
oloists wtn- oa-r
10 to IS/f D R total yards.
Another Michigan mistake, OVERALL THE Michigan of-
-, this time a pass interception, fensive unit committed six turn-
set up Johnson's second score. overs, which put the defense in
He took a pitch from Eyssen tough positions many times.
and dashed along the sidelines "We made a lot of offensive
LAHERTY for a 25 yard touchdown, mistakes," said Brown, "but

The Michigan waterpolo team won another game last night.
and barely got their feet wet. Loyola forfeited the game after T
the first half as the result of a referee's highly disputed call.Bg
CLA r~

The call came on a Michigan goal in the closing seconds of
the first half. After time had run out in the period, the score-!
board's buzzer went off a second late and the point was allowed.
Michigan coach Stu Isaac was disappointed in not play-
ing the second half. "I was looking forward to the final two
periods in preparation for the Indiana game," Isaac said.
"I hope the forfeit won't psychologically affect the team and
hurt our performance," Isaac added.
Loyola's forfeit boosts the W lveriles record to eight straigh'

i manaings

MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Michigan State
Illinois
Wisconsin
Iowa
Purdue
Indiona

W L T
4 0 0
2 1 1
2 1 1
2 2 0
2 2 0
1 3 0
1 3 0

our guys did a good job of
hanging in there when they had
to. The defense rose when it
was necessary to."
Brown also claimed part of
the blame for the offense's lack-
Mluster performance. "I called
a lot of bad plays, but I'm still
learning."
IrThe Michigan reservists play
at home again Friday as they
face Toledo. "I'm looking for-
ward to a tough game against
Toledo next week," said Brown.
The Varsity Reserves are still
undefeated, having previously

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