THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, February 15, 1975
Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By LEBA HERTZ Moretto scored number 31
The St. Valentine's Day Mas- only 11 seconds later when Wa-
sacre repeated itself yesterday. selovich was caught away from
The location was not Chicago, the net after trying to clear the
but Yost Ice Arena as the Wol- puck.
verines gunned down North Da- At 10:39 Frank Werner slip-
kota, 7-1. ped the puck to Kris Manory,
Two quick goals midway in all alone in front of the net.
the first period by Angie Mo- Manery's 19th goal of the season
retto proved to be the winners gave the Wolverines a com-
for Michigan over the last manding 4-1 lead at the end of
place Fighting Sioux. Alto- the first period.
gether, the new line of Moret- Michigan had only 11 shots
to, Pat Hughes and Don Dufek on goal in the premier stanza
accounted for four of the Wol- while Moore made 18 saves.
verine goals. North Dakota fell apart in the
"It was not an exceptional second and third periods. The
first period for us," Hughes Fighting Sioux could not take
said, "but the whole line worked advantage of any breaks as the
very (well. Our success was in Michigan d e f e n s e played a
the corner. We missed a lot of strong game. The defense block-
chances, but I was happy with ed five shots on goal in the
the way we played tonight." second period alone.
In the first period, Michigan "I thought our defensemen
took a quick lead with only 46 played a lot tighter tonight,"
seconds e I a p s e d as Moretto remarked a happy Randy
passed the puck to Pat Hughes Trudeau, who scored the only
right in front of the net. goal in the third period.
North Dakota's Don Swartz "Their forwards are not as
tied the score at 6:55 whien talented as others I've seen
screened Michigan goalie Rob- and our defense just really
bie Moore let a ten foot shot go took advantage."
through his knees. In the m i d w a y session,
The North Dakota team was Hughes tallied his second goal
held scoreless the rest of the of the night on a slap shot from
game as the Wolverines went 20 feet out. Randy Neal scoed,
on to control the game. an unassisted goal at 12:46 of
Hughes passed the puck to the stanza.
Dufek, who was wide open in "Things went well with cur
front of the net. Dufek missed line c h a n g e s," commented
the pass but Moretto, stand- Coach Dan Farrell. "Tonight I
ing in back of Dufek, slapped saw Hqhes play his best, John
it nast goalie Pete Waselo- McCahill led a good charge,
vich for his 30th goal of the and Robbie played very well,
season. very well."
Valentine's Day massacre
Their defensemen aren't too
bad," Greg Fox reflected, "but
their forwards are woeful."
Frank Zimmerman will be in
goal for the Wolverines tonight,
and Ben Kawa and Kip Maurer
will be suited up for the game.
"We have to win tomorrow,"
Moretto remarked, "and then
Denver comes in next. That
will bring the confidence we
need for the playoffs."
."We've been in every game
since the Great Lakes tourna-
ment," F a r r e ll commented.
"Tomorrow night is another
The Wolverines ended a three
game losing streak with the win
over North Dakota to put tneir
record at 13-14 in League p:ay. TWO REFEREE
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E SOTA MONDAY
By BILL STIEG
Losing six games has madet
one thing easier for the Mich-
igan basketball team: getting
"up" for a game like today's..,
Iowa is in town for a 2:05
tip-off, and unlike some coach-
es, Michigan's Johnny Orr
doesn't have to worry about
his Wolverines suffering a let-
down for a game with the
7-13 Hawkeyes. They simply
can't afford it.
Michigan is in the thick of a
four-team scramble for post-
season tournament berths, and
each squad is well aware that
it can lose only one more game
-maybe two-and still be in-
vited to a tourney.
"Right now we have a very
fine attitude," assures Orr. "We
know that it's important to win
every game down the strztch
here, because a post-season
tournament bid is in the offing."
This year, the NCAA will con-
sider runners-up in major con-
ferences as eligible for its tour-
nament. A game and a half
separates Michigan, Michigan
State, Purdue, and Minnesota-
all candidates for second place
behind undefeated Indiana.
If a team can't break into
the NCAA's 32-team field, :he
CCA and NIT tournaments have
24 additional slots to fill.
More than one loss in their
last seven games would ruin
the Wolverines' chances for ing of the season, Minnesota
the NCAA berth, so with whipped Michigan, 67-58, and
teams like Minnesota (Mon- outrebounded t h e Wolverines,
day night), Purdue, and Ohio 32-24. Substitute forward Joel
State ahead, that one afford- Thompson led the Maize and
able defeat can't come today. Blue with only four caroms.
"Iowa's got a good team," Minnesota b o a s t s balanced
maintains Orr, the Hawkeyes' scoring from its starters, and
4-8 conference r e c o r d and its defense allows opponents
eighth-place shooting percent- only a .434 field goal percent-
age notwithstanding. "They've age.
beaten Minnesota and Michigan Today, the Gophers play on
State, and they out-rebounded regional television against Mich-
Indiana last week. They're a igan State, at East Lansing in
very strong rebounding tear3." one of several crucial games in
Three of Iowa's usual starters the next few weeks. Elsewhere,
are among the top ten rebound- Purdue hosts Illinois, and North-
ers in the conference, but two western must spend this after-
of them won't start toJay. noon in Indiana's Assembly
Bruce King, the Hawks' lead- Hall.
ing rebounder, is benched in
favor of freshman Terry Drake,.... ,..1.r:;
and Dan Frost-also their lead-
ing scorer-is out with a broken
Larry Moore and ArchieI St n ig
FIRST PERIOD Cahill) 5:07 pp; 7. M - Neal (un-
RING: 1. M-Hughes (Moret- assisted) 12:46.
16; 2. ND - Swartz (Clubbe, THIRD PERIOD
) 6:55; 3. M - Moretto SCORING: 8. M - Trudeau (Na-
es, Dufek) 8:55; 4. M - Mo- tale, Debol) 1:24.
Hughes, Dufek) 9:10; 5 M- GOALIE SAVES
y (Werner Fox) 10:39.5 I ND-Waselovich 7 13 12 32
SECOND PERIOD M-Moore 18 5 7 30
RING: 6. M - Hughes (Mc- Attendance: 3123
UE BRUISED, 19-13:
Special To The Daily velopments, the Blue might still
DISON - The Wisconsin have come home with a draw
rs got two excellent de- against the powerful Badgers,
e performances from un- but for the mysterious defeat of
led wrestlers last night, Mitch Marsicano in the heavy-
made the difference in weight match.
19-13 victory over Mich- '%arsicano, described by as-
sistant coach Cal Jenkins as
n H a i n e s consistently "not mentally prepared for the
d the grip of Michigan's match," was defeated by Wis-
Brown in the 118 pound consin's t h i r d s t r i n g 190
i and escaped with a 1-1 pounder.
L-7J a1 ~- __-__
BILL BENSKIN came off the
bench, replacing the 3adgers'
regular heavyweight Gary Som-
mer, and defeated Marsicano
Had they gained the deciisons
they expected in these three
matches, Michigan would have
won 18-12 over the Baigers,
who are ranked third in the
Jack Reinwand, Wisconsin's
highly touted 126 pounder, could
score only two stalling prints
and was soundly beacen by
Michigan's freshman sensation,
Rich Lubell, 7-2.
Mark Johnson (177) was de-
feated by Wisconsin's 1974 Big
Ten champ Ed Vatch, who ap-
pears to be in fine form to de-
fend his title in this year's
MICHIGAN'S Brad McCrory
(134) took an important step
toward that same tournament
by edging Wisconsin's Craig
Horswill 8-6. Horswill wss re-
turning from an injury.
Ed Neiswender (158) of Mich-
igan, leading 3-2 going into the
third period, was troubled byj
his shoulder and lost badly 10-4.
Neiswender was not as healthy'
as thought, and lost to Steve
Lawinger who, in J e n k i n s'
words, "did not belong on the
same mat as Ed."
Dan Brink (167) wrestled well,
edging Pat Christianson 7-6.
Dave Curby's loss of cond-tion-
ing showed, as he was defeated'
by his perennial nemesis, Lau-
rent Soucie (190), 6-0.I
John King (150) was beaten
8-1 by the Badgers' Leroy
A few drawbacks
118-Jim Brown (M) drew Jim
Haines (W), 1-1
126-Rich Lubel (M) dec. Jack
Reinwand (W), 7-2
134-Brad McCrory (M) dec. Craig'
Iiorswjll (W), 8-6
142-Bill Schuck (M) drew Steve
Evans (W), 2-2
150-Leroy Kemp (W) dec. John
King (M), 8-1
158-Steve Lawinger (W) dec. Ed
Nieswender (M), 10-4
167-Dan Brink (M) dec. Pat Chris-
tianson (W), 7-6
177-Ed Vatch (W) dec. Mark John-'
son (M), 4-1
190-Laurent Soucie (W) dec. Dave
Curby (M), 6-0
Hwt.-Bill Benskin (W) dec. Mitch
Marsicano (M), 12-8
Mays are the guards, and
Fred Haberecht is the center.
Of all the starters, only
Moore is averaging double Indiana
Orr is sticking with the same Pinne
lineup that beat State so con- PurdueMICHIGAN
vincingly last Saturday, with
freshman Dave Baxter starting I
in Place of Steve Grote.
"I think Baxterdid a goodI
job last Saturday," says Orr,l
"he just didn't shoot that well.
Then we'll bring Grote in there
because he did such a good job
coming off the bench against
Orr added that his team had
a "fine week of practice," and
reports that Ricky White is
fully recovered from a hurt
White and his fronteourt
companions will have to be at
full strength when Bill Mus-
selman's Minnesota Gophers,
arrive at C r i s I e r Monday
night. The Gophers are 8-4 in
the Big Ten, and 15-5 overall.r
In the two teams' first meet-
Ohio State 6 6 12 10
Iowa 4 8 7 13
N'western 3 8 5 14
Illinois 3 9 7 13
Wisconsin 2 9 5 14
Iowa at MICHIGAN
Illinois at Purdue
Northwestern at Indiana
Minnesota at Michigan State
Wisconsin at Ohio State
MINNESOTA (6 games): at MSU;
at Michigan; Iowa; Northwestern;
Wisconsin; at Purdue
PURDUE (6 games): Illinois; In-
diana; Ohio State; at Michigan; at
MICHIGAN (7 games): Iowa; Min-
nesota; at Northwestern; at Wiscon-
sin; Purdue; Illinois; at Ohio State.
IVfCHIGAN STATE (7 games):
Minnesota; Iowa; at Wisconsin; at
Norhwestern; Illinois; Purdue; at
W L W L
12 0 23 0
8 4 15 S
8 4 13 7
6 5 13 6
6 5 13 6
Sports of The Daily
star divers compete
By ED LANGE
This afternoon's swim meet
between Michigan and Ohio State
at 4 p.m. in Matt Mann pool
might as well be without the
swimming end of the event. No
one seems to really care about
the Buckeye breaststrokers or
backstrokers or even OSU's
record, which happens to be 3-5
in dual meets.
The talk of the town is the
clash between the Buckeyes'
defending national d i v i n g
champ, Tim Moore, and the
Maize and Blue's own Donnie
Craine. They are, without a
doubt, two of the finest divers
in the land.
Ohio State swiming has en-
joyed far less success than that
of Woody's football legions, and
Buckeye coach John Bruce
readily acknowledges that his
Bucks "don't have the kind of
team that can go against Michi-
gan." What little strength the
Buckeyes do possess in the
swim events rests mainly in six
Skip Steinman, who is in a
"mid-season slump" according
to Bruce, and Geoff Zann carry
the brunt of the Buck's sprint
load. A freshman, Tracy Smith,
is their only threat in the dis-
tance events, but his coach says
that "he's not ready to go
against Gordon Downie."
The only competitive match
of the night appears to be in the
breaststroke, where Bill Hensel
of Ohio State is expected to be
troublesome. The top OSU back-
stroker is Mike Levitz and Jim
Kemp is their number one but-
Needless to say, the Buckeyes'
hopes of an upset are almost
nil. Bruce aptly summed it up
by quipping, "We'll have a
tough time at Michigan in any
The Scarlet and Gray divers
are an entirely different story.
Michigan diving coach Dick
Kimball has nothing but praise
for them, calling them "the
best team of divers in the
country this year."
OSU diving coach Ron O'Brien
has assembled a squad of divers
that makes opponents tremble.
Kent Vosler, Tim Fox and
Roger Blocher all placed in the
Big Ten meet last year and
freshman Frank D'Emico is
right on par with them.
Then, of course, there
Moore to contend with. Moo
shattered his own record la
week by piling up an unbelie
able 382.8 points on the thr
meter board in OSU's 79-44 lo
to Michigan State. "I can't r
member having a better day
admitted the two-time NCA
champ on the one and thr
The diving portion of th
meet has been changed toa
championship format invol.
ing seven competitors from
each team. The diving began
last night as each contestan
will have completed eleven
dives, five yesterday and si
Bruce doesn't think anyonei
the country can compare wi
Moore. "I'm not taking an
thing away from Craine but Ti
has twelve national record
He's in a class by himself."
Gordon Downie and To
Szuba might not see action f
the Blue tankers. Szuba was hi
by the flu and Downie by te
donitis in his shoulder.
But Michigan - mentor Gu
Stager is not concerned abo
Tumblers take on Spartans
The Michigan gymnastics team, coming off a double-dual
is meet victory over Indiana and Illinois, hosts the Michigan State
re tumblers in Crisler Arena today, at 4:30 p.m.
st The Wolverines shouldn't have much trouble with the
v-, Spartans. MSU's top point total this year is only 196.35, and
ss they have only one dual meet victory in five tries.
2e- Michigan, on the other hand, has consistently topped the
200 point plateau this season, in compiling a 4-1 mark.
kA Spartans to watch are all-arounders Jeff Rudolph and John
ee Short, rings specialist Bob Holland, and vaulter Jim Tuerk.
Michigan will counter with their usual strong lineup as they try
e to improve their routines in time for the Big Ten championships.
a The competition will be preceded by a trampoline exhibition,
- featuring Michigan's superb bouncers.
n -SCOTT LEWIS
t Hoosiers, Britins to meet
x BLOOMINGTON O)-Officials at Indiana University and
UCLA are working with the athletic director of St. Louis Uni-
in versity on a possible 1975-76 season-opening meeting of the two
th basketball powers, according to the Louisville Times.
y- Larry Albus, the athletic director at the St. Louis school,
m is the man who arranged for then-No. 1 UCLA to meet then-
s- 'No. 2 North Carolina State in St. Louis early in the 1973-74
m seaNow he'd like to get the No. 1 Hoosiers to meet the No. 2
or Bruins in St. Louis Arena next November 30.
n- "If we could clear everything, it would be a nice thing for us,"
said Bill Orwig, retiring Indiana athletic director. "But we have
us a couple of internal problems."
ut The problems-not insurmountable-are a prior commitment
ey to North Dakota State for that date and an exclusive television
Ve contract with an Indianapolis station.
- Campy comes home to Crisler
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