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Saturday, December 7, 1974


Page Seven






Special To The Daily
SOUTH BEND-The Michigan
hockey team rallied from a 4-2
deficit in the third period, only
to lose to Notre Dame, 5-4, with
15 seconds gone in overtime last,
night in South Bend.
The Wolverines played slug-
gish hockey in the first two
aeriods but carried the play in1
the third stanza.1
"WE DIDN'T deserve to
win," said an understandably,
,ipset Michigan coach Dan Far-j
rell. "They had three power1

play goals and that was thea
game as far as I was con-
The silver lining in the game'
was the stellar performance of
Michigan goalie Rick Palmer.{
A freshman, it was his first
college game.
Palmer had 38 saves, and hisI
glove work was outstanding. "I
played well, but you can't ever
be satisfied unless you win,"'
said Palmer afterwards.
MICHIGAN took an early 1-0:
lead when Pat Hughes sk ited:
the length of the ice and hit the

AP Photo
Campanella' s triumphant return
Former Michigan superstar Campy Russell, currently a reserve for the Cleveland Cavaliers,
watches last night's game with the Pistons from a Cobo Arena bench. Russell, who led the
Wolverines to a Big Ten co-championship and NCAA Regional tournament berth, didn't get
into the game until there were less than eight minutes left, but gave the crowd something
to cheer about as he canned six of eight shots from the floor and two of two free throws for
14 points. The game was Campy's first as a pro in Michigan. The Pistons routed the Cavs,

Frustration in overtime
FIRST PERIOD roughing; M - T. Lindskog (8:28)
M -Hughes (MeCahill), 5:45. high sticking; ND - Moher (13:53)
SECOND PERIOD delay of game.
N'D - Hamilton (Pirus, Walsh), SECOND PERIOD
1:44; ND - Walsh (Conroy, M - Fox (0:56) interference; ND
Brownschidle), 9:55; M - Werner - Olive (3:12) tripping; ND -
.~(Morrison, Moretto), 11:00; ND - Wlh(:4 ihsikn;M-
Pirus (Larson), 15:01; ND - Clarke Werh (6:54) high sticking; NMD -
(Conroy), 18:40. Bourque (7:11) interference. M -
THIRD PERIOD Hoene (9:16) hooking; ND - Con-
M - Hughes (Fox, Natale), 5:01; roy (11:53) high sticking; ND -
M :- Moretto (Werner), McCahlil), Hamilton (14:28) roughing; M -
12:09. Werner (14:28) roughing; M - Na-
OVERTIME tale (17:27) slashing.
ND - Pirus (unassisted), 0:15. THIRD PERIOD
MICHIGAN 1 1 2 0-4 ND - Jackson (4:49) holding; ND
Notre Dame 0 4 0 1-5 - Pirus (14:41) roughing; McCa-
PENALTIES hill (16:01) slashing; M - T. Lind-
FIRST PERIOD skog (16:01) 10 min. misconduct;
ND - Bourque (7:52) slashing, M - Trudeau (19:50) roughing; ND
roughing; M - D. Lindskog (7:52) - Larson (19:50) roughing.

corner of the net on what al-
most appeared to be a center-
ing pass from the far right side.
The luck of the Irish was
stymied time after time due to
errant passing and the excel-
lent effort made by Palmer.
The second period was more
of the same for Michigan.
Notre Dame knotted the score
at 1-1 during a power play when
left-winger C 1 a r k e Hamilton
tipped one in from the corner
of the crease.
NOTRE DAME made it 2-1
when Brian Walsh tapped a re-
bound in from the side of the
net at the midpoint of the per-
But Michigan came back to
tie at 2-2 when Frank Werner
tipped a rebound in for the
Now the luck of the Irish
came on strong a minute later
when winger Alex Pirus's shot
hit the left goalpost and de-
flected into the net from the
right point, making it 3-2 Notre
PAT CONROY ended the four-
goal flurry of the second per-
iod when he received a pass
from behind the net and had
a clear path to the goal. Pal-

mer went down, and the puck
went over his shoulder and into
the net. Again a power play
The Wolverines came out
skating in the third period andl
the fruits of their labors were
Pat Hughes popped it in from
the right side, cutting the defi-
cit to one goal at 15:01.
Then Angie Moretto tied the
game with his 19th goal of the
season when he tipped it in
from the corner of the net.
Michigan killed off a penaltyj

Michigan gymnasts
fare wel in Chicago
Special To The Daily (2nd), Harley Danner (4th), and
CHICAGO - The Michigan Bob Darden (6th). On the high
gymnastics team, trying to win bar, Bob Creek finished third
theid 12th Big Ten title in the while Darden finished fourth.
last 15 seasons, did well yester- Joe Neuenswander finished
day in the compulsory section seventh in the rings, while Dan-
of the Windy City invitational ner was Michigan's top man in
here yesterday. the all-around (7th).
There was no team scoring "We were stimulated by our
in this first day of competi- performance today," said Coach
tion, which saw from 80 to Newt Loken, "and are looking
100 entrants in each event. forward to doing even better
Michigan's top finishers in tomorrow in the optional sec-
vaulting were Richard Bigras I tion."

in the waning minutes of the
period to carry the game into
IT WAS OVER in 15 brief
seconds. Notre Dame won the
face-off and moved inside the
Michigan blue line. Pirus took
a shot that was blocked by a
defenseman, but the rebound
came right back to him and he
rifled it in for the winning goal.
Morettos said afterwards, "I
think we were a little overcon-
fidents, perhaps cocky. But
we'll be ready tomorrow."

Wolverin es
A regiment of Volunteers from
Big Orange country invadesf
Crisler Arena today, as the ly t
Tennessee basketball team jets
in from Appalacia to battle' 4
Johnny Orr's Michigan Wol-
verines. The Volunteers should'
prove an interesting test for NIGHT EDITOR.
Michigan, in more ways than ANDY GLAZERc
Trar;ionally, the Volunteers
have been the bridesmaid of Described by some as the best{
the Southeastern Conference, al- freshman in the country,
ways challenging Kentucky but Michigan coach Johnny Orr
never quite knocking them off says, "King will thrill you allt
the top spot. But the balance of right."t
power has changed in the SEC, To make sure he doesn't thrill
and Tennessee has dreams of Volunteer fans too much today,f
the title. Orr will detail either Waymant
Coach Ray Mears based his Britt or C. J. Kupec to guardt
pre-season fantasies on two King. What man gets the assign-
forwards from that outpost of ment will depend on who starts
the Confederacy, New York at center for Tennessee.
City. Sonhomore Ernie Gruen- Orr expects Brykalski toI
feld and freshman Bernard start, although sources in Knox-
King have the credentials and ville claim he's still doubtful.
the talent to lead the Vols If he does start, Kupec willZ
far. guard the bulky (260 pounds)x
Only King will make the trip pivotman, and Britt will take on
north today, however. Gruen- King.t
feld broke his wrist in a pre- "Britt will do a good job on
season scrimmage, and is out King, but then, Wayman will.
for a month. In addition, seven- plav well against anybody,",j
foot center Bob Brykalski is a claims Orr. '
doubtful starter due to an injur-
ed ankle. Point guard Rodney Woods, a
But no one in the Michigan 5-10 senior, will try to isolate
camp is taking Tennessee light- King so he can work one-on-
ly. The Vols pushed Indiana to one. He picked up thirteen as-
the limit while losing in the sists against Wisconsin-Milwau-t
opening round of the CCA kee.-
Tournament, 73-71, and are a Rounding out the lineup are
tough, well-coached outfit. wingers Austin Clark, a 6-5I
The Vols employ a 1-3-1 of- junior, and 6-2 Mike Jackson. x
fense, with a center, a high post Jackson, normally a guard,
man, two wingers, and a point is starting as a replacement£
guard. They try to center their for Grenfeld. He is a cap-x
play around the man in the able sub, as his 18 points int
high post. the season opener would seem c
King is that man. The 6-6 to attest. Clark has a reputa-s
sensation scored 42 points in tion of being a good shot. I
thirty minutes during Ten- If Brykalski cannot start, 6-6
nessee's opening 85-65 victory Doig Ashworth will take his
over Wisconsin - Milwaukee. place. The name Ashworth

C CONTENDER 1974's AP All-American team
First Team Junior; Randy White, Maryland, t
Offense Senior.
0 Tight End - Bennie Cunning- Tackles - Doug English, Texas,
ham, Clemson, Junior. Senior; Mike Hartenstine, Penn
Wide Receiver - Pete Dem- State, Senior.
merle, Notre Dame, Senior. Middle guard - Louie Kelcher,
Tackles - Craig Hertwig, Geor- Southern Methodist, Senior.
gia, Senior; Al Krevis, Boston Linebackers - Ken Bernich
College, Senior Auburn, Senior; Rod Shoate, Ok-
should be familiar to Michigan injured the past few weeks, has Guards - Ken Huff, North lahoma, Senior; Richard Wood,
fans, since he was a starter on also recovered, and Orr will Caoltate senior. Steve Myers, Southern California, Senior.
the famous Campy Russell| attempt to sneak him into the Center - Rik Bonness, Ne- Backs-DAVE BROWN, MICH
freshman team. He transferred game tomorrow, if possible. braska, Junior. IGAN, SENIOR; John Prevost,
Quarerbck -Stee Batko- Ioly Cross, Senior; PtToa
to Tennessee the following fall, Trsaterback ,-Seve Bartkow- Texas A&M, Junior.
an a e usiuefrte The Wolverines will not see ski, California, Senior.
and was a key substitute for the ome action again until the Running backs - Anthony Da- Michigan.. players.. receiving
Vols last year. vis, Southern California, Senior; Honorable Mention were: Center
Volunteer teams have tra- Michigan Invitational tourna- Archie Griffen, Ohio State, Jun- Dennis Franks, Senior; Quarter-
ditionally been tough defensive- ment, which starts Dec. 20. The i sirJoe Washington, Oklahoma, back DennisdFranklin,PSenior>,
ly n hsya' eso scagers have a streak of thir-:? Junior. Defensive end Jeff Perlinger,
ly,Tep teen consecutive wins in Crisler Defense Junior; Linebacker Steve Strin-
no exception. The Vols play a Ends - Leroy Cook, Alabama, ko, Senior.
combination zone defense, and Arena extant. Number fourteen I
will provea ch le g .'. ...:::::,.:::. ' ' '
Orr plans to run against it as ....--
much as he can. "The best way

to beat a zone is to beat it
down the floor," Orr states.
Tennessee had trouble in its
first game screening players off
the boards. The main cause for





this problem is the zone de-
fense, since in a zone a player
doesn't screen his man, but only
covers a portion of the floor.
Assistant coach Jim Dutcher
was stressing that weakness in
practice Thursday, and if
Dutcher holds true to form,
Michigan will be exploiting Ten-
nessee's board deficiencies to

Special To The Daily

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the hilt today.
For Michigan, the chief
problem remains the one open
forward spot, but it is a pleas-
ant problem. Rick "Bruiser"
White started there against
Toledo, and scored 16 points
in a strong performance. He
should start again today.
But that is by no means cer-
tain, since John Robinson, who
had the position won until he
sprained an ankle Thanksgiving
Day, has now recovered and is
ready for action.
Complicating the situation
even more are a pair of fresh-
men. Joel Thompson sparked
the Wolverine surge with a pair
of tip-in buckets, and has shown
signs of replacing the departed
Lionel "Main Train" Worrell
in the hearts of the Crisler
Arena faithful.
Burrell McGhee, who has been

versity of Michigan wrestling
team's 28-meet winning string
apparently ended her last night,
when Spartan Heavyweight Lar-
ry Avery pinned Mitch Marsi-
cano with 2:19 remaining in
their match to give Michigan
State a comeback 19-16 victory
over the Wolverines.
"This match is really a
draw," insisted Michigan mat
coach Bill Johannessen. "The
referee called a stalling point
against Ed Neiswender with-
out giving a stalling warning
first. He gave a caution In-
stead, which isn't the same
"Ed drew his match 9-9, but
he really won 9-8. That gives
us one more point, and them
two less, which results in a
draw. We're gonna protest this
Avery's pin, which came with
stunning speed following a mis-
conceived Marsicano escape
move, was perhaps the only
possible conclusion to a weird
evening which began when the
public address system inad-
vertentlydreplaced The Star
Spangled Banner with 90 sec-I
onds of silence.
The surprises continued$
when Wolverine Jim Brown,
slated to wrestle this season
at 126, cut down to 118 to
avoid two-time NCAA champ!
Pat Milkovich. "We know we
needed to win one of the first
two matches," Johannesen
explained, "and Jim would
have had to wrestle an excep-
tional match to have any
Plowed under
118 - Jim Brown (M) dec. Jim
Bissell (MSU), 12-6
126 - Pat Milkovich (MSU) dec.
Rich Lubell (M), 11-3
. 134 - Brad McCrory (M) drew
Dennis Brighton (MSU), 1-1 I
142 -- Bill Schuck (M) dec. Don
Rodgers (MSU), 8-3
150 - Steve Rodriguez (MSU)
dec. Fred Lozon (M), 12-6
158 - Ed Neiswender (M) drew
Rick Greene (MSU), 9-9
167 -- Dan Brink (M) dec. Oliver
Williams (MSU), 5-3
177 - Mark Johnson (M) dec.
Jeff Hersha (MSU), 11-9
190 -- Scott Wickard (MSU) dec.
Dave Curby (M), 12-3
Hwt - Larry Avery (MSU) pinned
Mitch Marsicano (M), 5:41

chance against Milkovich."
Captain Dave Curby, out of
practice for three weeks be-
cause of mononucleosis, battled
valiantly to ice the match in
his 190-pound bout with Scott
Wickard. Abviously weakened
and with his timing off, Curby
needed everything he had to

avoid defeat by superior deci-
Mark Johnson, wrestling the
last four minutes with a pos-
sibly serious injury to the car-
tilage in his left knee, still mus-
tered the wile and strength he
needed to outmuscle MSU's Jeff
Hersha, 11-9.



75 - 48

Tankers down


Special To The Daily
pecially nice to start off a
season with a win, and the
Michigan swim team did lost
that last night. The Wolverines


____ .,




s-lashed to a 75-48 decision over Bauer in the 200-yard breast-
Purdue, winning 8 of 11 events. stroke (2:16.6); Gord Downie in
.the 100-yard freestyle 48.6);
Diving coach Dick Kimball and freshman Dick Brown in
called it "a good first meet" the 200-yardbutterfly (2:000).
and was particularly pleased Kimball also noted that sev-
with Don Craine's winning eral of the squad's veteran per.
performances in the one- and formers stayed home togive
three-meter d i v i n g events.fprieets ome ewcome
R - experience to some newcomers.
Craine scored an impressive Freshman Clark Kogen turned
294.4 points in the one-meter, in an impressive second-glace
Strong winning times included finish in the 200-yard breast-'
stroke, finishing behind Bauer.
those of Tom Szuba in the 200- Michigan "came on strong
yard backstroke (1:58.4); Pat at the end," said the pleased
Kimball, even though the out-
t:::: :::::>::::::::: come was never in doubt.
i DII dTonight will not be so easy for
Bulboord the tankers, though, as they
face a tough Illinois team in
There will be an IM wrestling Champaign.

Detroit 117, Cleveland 91
N.Y. 96, Philadelphia 88
Buffalo 114, Portland 105
Milwaukee 99, Chicago 96
Boston 120, Houston 114, of
N.Y. 113, San Diego 92
San Antonio 114, Virginia 95
Philadelphia 3, Kansas City 3
Minnesota 4, Winnepeg 2
Interstate 80, Michigan State 0

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