100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 18, 1975 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1975-01-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Saturday, January 18, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page S6ven

I Saturday, January 18, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
U

Icer
By L. RACHEL HERTZ
Special To The Daily
MADISON - On the strength
of some fine forechecking and
opportunistic play the Wiscon-
sin hoc key team defeated Mich-
Sigan 3- lastC nh beoe 8598
t th aeCut oem
The game saw some fine goal-
tending by both netmnders. Al-
though Badger goalie Mike Dib-
ble had only 30 saves, he made
several key stops in the last
four minutes of the game to!

Ps

slip

In

madtown

BULLETIN
Second-ranked UCLA was
upset by unranked Stanford,}
64-60 in Pacific-8 basketball
late last night.

I
i
}
t
4

key during the second period, ing goals," Farrell said. "We've consin is 16-7,- 12-7 in
: . :;F.: letting two power play oppor- been in a scoring drought. WCHA.
:tunities fizzle out as the Badger "We're a little bit down but
U t IVfans saw the puck more often we played a good game and sCOR IRST PE MOanery
'Yin the Michigan zone. lost." assisted) 12:13.
Wisconsin's third goal was Forward Don Dufek was the PENALTIES: 1. M-Manery (
the result of the Michigan's recipient of an errant shot fcornce) 6:11; 2. M-Natale
NIGHT EDITORS: odefense being out of positions which removed two of his teeth, SECOND PERIOD
MARCIA MERKER Tom Ulseth had Moore at his but he should suit up for to- SCORING: 2. W-Eazes (
BILL STIEG mercy at the 17:52 mark af- night's game. decky, Jefries) 1:27; 3. w-D.
Phossas~aenesmssesesmE ther taking a pass from Dave ,denNrwcAeypp:
t k"We'll have to play much bet- w-Ulseth (D. Lundeen) 17:
Lundeen. ter to win tomorrow," said for- PENALTIES; 3. M-Hughes
we played well enough to win The third period was score- ward Doug Lindskog "Our play terference) 1:51; 4. w-Gwoz
Wisconsin really went out and less even though Michigan was lackadaisical." (hooing)_.ench p
earned their goals." missed more opportunities to THRD PERID
The only scoring in the first score. In the last four minutes The Wolverines played well PENALTIES: 6. -M-Werner
period was an unassisted goal of the game Michigan mounted but still lost a close game. As terference) 3:15; 7. M--M
by Wolverine Kris Manery, who its best offensive threat as both Manery put it, "Close only (high-sticking) 8:53; 8. w-Ens
intercepted a Tom Machowski Don Fardig and Gary Kardos counts in horeshoes, handgre- (high-sticking) 9:54; 10. W.-
pass off in the Michigan zone rang shots off the pipe that nades and love. (high-sticking) 9:54; 11. W-
and skated the length of the came within inches of tying the Michigan's record now stands blo(hooking)3SAVE
ice to beat Dibble with a back- game. at 9-10 in the WCHA. The Wol- Michigan (Moore) 22 13 1
hand. "We're having troubles scor- verines are 12-11 overall. Wis- Wisconsin (Dibble) 10 10 1
Wisconsin missed several op-
portunities to score in the first
stanza as Moore came up with I
22 saves, several from point O
blank range. P o wr uInia
Wisconsin scored three un-
answered goals in the second
period to complete the eve-
Wling's scoring. Mike Eavfesgf

the

(un-
inter-
(mis-
Gwoz-
Lun-
22; 4.
52.
(in-
decky
enalty
(in-
danery
gblon
"Jattale
-Alley
-Eng-
2--47
0-30

thwart any Wolverine comeback
attempt. Michigan goalie Rob-
bie Moore played a fine game,
stopping 47 Badgers shots.
"There was some super
goaltending,"said Michigan
.>.;';. ~ head coaich Dan Farrell. "'It's
.... the best goaltending I've seen
this year from both ends.
"The play of the game wast
Steve Grote blankets a Spartan fairly even, and even though
HAWKEYES TONIGHT, MINNESOTA MONDAY

beat Moore at the 1:27 mark
for the first Badger goal.
s Eves took anpss fromi

J XAU W-/I C

k,4 WA/ C/ t-7

E~' ~ ~A'

i

Michigan, Iowa

collide

3
1
s,
7
i.

By RICH LERNER

to win on the road, but we'll
i "Isax hator"

The Michigan basketball team.p
akes its show on the road, for The Hawkeyes are big, ag-
ames with Iowa, tonight, and gressive, young and undisci-
Minnesota, Monday. Although plined. There are no seniors on
xth teams are huge physical- the team.
y, their styles of play very "They rebound exceptionally
'eatly. well and they like to run," said

.
i

The Wolverines will try to
break a two game losing streak,
against the Hawkeyes, a team
consistent in its inconsistency.,
Iowa topped Illinois by 25 points
at home and exactly one week
later was annihilated at Indiana,
102-49. The home court factor
and the strength of the oppo-
ent wily partially explains the
ifferential.
Michigan coach Johnny Orr
is disappointed with his team's
play recently, but expects this
road trip to be a change for
the better.
"We'll just play with much
reater effort," Orr said. "I
on't know if we're good enough

Michigan assistant coach Bill
Frieder.
Tonight's Michigan - Iowa
game begins at 8:30 p.m. EST
and is broadcast over radio
stations WUOM (91.7 FM);
WAAM (1600 AM); and WPAG
(107.1 FM)..
All three front court start-
ers rank in the conference's
top ten rebounders. Center,
Bruce "Sky" King trails only
loop leader John Garret of
Purdue. Generally considered
Iowa's best player, the sopho-
more leaper plays with ab mn-
don and shoots well from the

Sports of The Daily

l

outside, besides being a de- ines travel to Minnesota to
mon on the boards. tangle with the Golden Goph-
Teaming at the forwards are ers. Bill Musselman's squad,
a pair of California junior col- like Iowa, is also tall and
lege transfers, Dan Frost and young. However, unlike Olson,
Fred Haberecht. At 6-7, both Musselman keeps his team un-
play inside effectively. Frost der a tight rein.
makes errors when pressured. The entire Minnesota front
Wayman Britt draws the assign- line is in its first year of school
ment of harassing Frost, with in Minneapolis. Michael Thomp-
John Robinson guarding Habe- son, a 6-10 freshman from Nas-,
recht and C.J. Kupec on King. sau, Bahamas, starts in the
Sophomore John Hairston and pivot. Thompson is an excellent-
junior Scott Thompson start in shot blocker and crashes the
the Hawkeye backcourt. Hair- offensive boards with venom.
ston, who started as a fresh- He scores most of his point-
man, has exceptional quickness, production on tip-ins. Thompson!
drives frequently and does not has fouled out of six games this
shy from shooting. Joe Johnson year and averages four fouls a
matches-up with Hairston. game.
Thompson is a steadying force Mark Olberding and Mark
on the Hawkeyes, shoots spar- Landsberger, both 6-8, man for-
ingly but accurately and drives ward positions. Olberding i3 con-
well. sidered the top player to come
Iowa's top substitute is for- out of the Minnesota prep ranks
ward Larry Parker. Parker, since the ice age. Olberding
occasionally shot -happy, has leads the Gophers in cring.
scored as many as 31 points Landsberger was a junior col-I
in one gamen lege all-Ame -irin a year ag).I
Dennis Shaffer fills a wing
First-year coach Lute Olson position in Musselman's three-
has istalled a man-to-man de- forward offense. A senior, theI
fense. Coaching at Long Beach 6-5 Iowa native placed eighth
State a year ago, Olson's squad, in the Big Ten in scoring lasts
played a disciplined offense, season. A remarkable shooter,
however this year the Hawkeyes Shaffer has not been playing
freelance. well this year, being benched
Michigan assistant Jim Dut- in favor of 6-10 freshman;
cher jokingly termed the Iowa Dave Winey against Indiana.
offense an "organized scram- Flip Saunders performs as
ble." Minnesota's lone guard. Saun-
"They get it down, get it up ders averaged 9.9 points per
and on the boards," said Dut- game as a freshman last year,:
cher. and serves as chief playmaker.
Olson substitutes freely and As a team the Gophers are
employs ten or 11 players in a exceptionally tall, they ha' e{
game. Dutcher suggested that outrebounded their opponents by
this is because Iowa is "loaded an average of 12 carom:} a
with mediocrity." game. They play a very de-
"This is the game they re liberate offense and use a 2-3
pointing to, to keep their season zone defense. The maroon and
from being a disaster. It's a gold are slow, and if the Mich-
must game for both teams," igan fast break gets rolling, the
said Frieder. Gophers may be left gasping for
Monday night the Wolver- breath.
W--.

George Gwozdecky and found By BILL CRANE
himself alone in front of the The Indiana Hoosiers are the
helpless Moore. number one team in the coun-
Pat Hughes' interference try, have won 18 straight games
penalty set up the second Bad- setting a school record, and look
ger goal, a power-play score like they are going to pick on
as Dave Lundeen skated. past their opponents again this week
defenseman Tom Lindskog to1 in Big Ten action.
put the red light on.dIndiana travels to the home
Michigan played sloppy hoc- courts of the two cellar teams in
.---p-dt h e l e a g u e. Northwestern's
coach Tex Winter and Wisconsin
mentor John Powless could do
i1y inasts just as well by inviting a bur-
glar into their homes because
Indiana will give them as much
Stum ble as ;trouble.
INDIANA COMES off vic-
tories over Michigan and Min-
nesota, last week and judging
by the Badgers' and Wildcats'
recent performances, Indiana
Special To The Daily will be 6-0 in the Big Ten by
Monday night.
BATON ROUGE-The Mich- y g
Wisconsin zero and four with-
ian gymnasticsstem97osthitsout the services of Dale Koeh-
first dual meet since 1973 here ler, has played terribly this
last night as the Louisiana State seas plediterly tes
Tigers outscored the Wolverines, season. Koehler is the only re-
21gers 2 tceturning player Wisconsin could
215-208.25. hope to build around and ap-
"We were simply beaten by parently the supporting actors
a superior team," explained have become stage struck. Pur-
coach Newt Loken after the due drubbed Wisconsin 88-49
match. last Saturday and two days
The Wolverines were beaten later the Badgers fell to the
in every event in their first dual Illini, 72-56.
meet of the season. Northwestern (1-3) dropped
Top men for Michigan were two games in a row last week
Chuck Stillerman in floor exer- to Illinois and Purdue.
cise, Rlpert Hansen in pom-
mel horse, Joe Neuenswander IN DIRECT contrast to the
on the rings, Richard Bigras cellar teams, the Hoosiers lead
and Pierre Le Clerc in vaulting, the conference in almost every
Bigras on the parallel bars, and
Bob Creek on the high bar. t
Something

MICHIGAN State (2-2) meets
Minnesota (3-2) Saturday and
Iowa Monday. Both teams will
try to stop State's Terry Furlow,
who is leading the Big Ten in
scoring average with a 24.0
,nark. Lindsay Hairston adds al
22 point average.I
State's firepower may be
enough to knock off "a bunch.
of sophomores and freshmen"

i
;,

atmen converge in Bloomington
The Michigan wrestling squad takes on Big Ten foe Indiana {
and Montclair State (N.J.) tonight in a three-way round robin 1
meet at Bloomington.
Michigan coach Bill Johannesen thinks his squad may<
have more trouble with Montclair State, last year's Metro-(
politan Conference champions, than Indiana, last year's
eighth-place Big Ten team.{
"Rhode Island beat Indiana," Johannesen said, "so unless
ndiana has made some drastic lineup changes we shouldn'tt
ave too many problems-if we wrestle well." Michigan beat
ode Island 30-3 Jan. 9.
Montclair State's Indians pose more of a problem for the 7-21
2-1 in the Big Ten) Wolverines.
"They have several National Federation and New York Stater
hamps," Johannesen said, "and they finished third in Division
II in the NCAA meet. They should be tough."-
Several changes in the Montclair State lineup since pre-I
season-including moving their 5-9 177-pounder up to heavy-
weight-may ease the Wolverines' task, however.
Michigan will also make a lineup change. Bill Shuck, named
hampion of the Week for his 4-2 win over Northwestern's Mid-
ands champion Andre Allen last Saturday, will miss tonight's
eet due to a rib injury received in that match. Karl Briggs, a
reshman from Linwood, will take over Shuck's 142-pound slot.
-RICK BONINO
ankers regroup against Spartans
Trying to regroup after a disheartening loss to Wisconsin last
week, the Michigan tankers travel to East Lansing today to take
on arch-rival Michigan State. The Spartans possess a 2-1 dual
meet record as they were drenched .69-54 by Wisconsin Saturday.
State's biggest strength is the sprint events where top
guns Bruce Wright and Glen Disoway are the backbone of the
team. Against Wisconsin, they captured a first and second
in the SO-yard freestyle with Wright coming in at an impres-
sive 21.8 and Disoway right behind with a 21.9 clocking.
The Spartans do not have the versatile swimmers that com-
pare to Michigan's Tom Szuba and Gord Downie but they do have
some pretty good specialists in freshman butterflyer John Apsley,
breaststrokers Ken Holmes and Mark Outwater and distanceI
freestyler Jim Dauw.
Michigan's diving coach, Dick Kimball is impressed with the
Spartan's corps of divers, commenting that "They have good
depth and some really good freshmen." Heading the list is
State's number one diver, Tom Denson, freshmen Jesse Griffin
and Barry Van Amberg, who won the one meter board against
Wisconsin.
Kimball breathes a little easier this week for it appears
that senior diver Dick Quint, who was out last week with a
broken toe, will "probably" be ready today.
Since neither Michigan nor State have a great deal of depth,
the diving competition could be the win-loss factor. If such is the
case, the Wolverines have an added advantage.
-ED LANGE
IF- -II

team category. as Gopher coach Bill Mussel-
Indiana averages 95 points per man described his team last
game while sharing the best week.
defensive mark with Minnesota Purdue (4-1) and Illinois (2-3)
by holding opponents to 60 a play only one game this week-
contest. The Hoosier field gual end and it will be against each
percentage is .544, free throw oilher. Northwestern gave Pur-
mark .804 and rebound average due trouble and so can Illinois.
45.3 per contest-13 more than OSU visits Wisconsin and
their opponents. All these fig- Northwestern. The Bucks should
ures lead the league. win another two in a row, push-
Steve Green is only 13th in ing them to 4-2.
the league in scoring at 15.5'_whilemuchimprovedScottMa
while much improved Scott May
averages 14.8 and center Kent I SCO R ES
Benson drops in 14 a game. ; _ _ _ _

NBA
Boston 96, Detroit 90
Washington 103, Philadelphia 92
K.C.-Omaha 107, New York 90
Buffalo 121, Golden State 116
Portland 127, Houston 106
New Orleans 113, Seattle 109
Phoenix 115, Chicago 105
NHL
Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 0

SGC Wants Students
FOR
University Committees
* University Relations
" Student Organizations Board
! U. Cellar Board of Directors
9 Research Policies
s Long-range Planning
ALSO
* Parliamentarian for SGC
Council meetings
INTERVIEWS for all these committees will be next Fri.,
Mon., and Tues. (Jan. 24, 27, and 28), except for the
Parliamentarian which will be Mon. niqht only. Stop by
the SGC offices, third floor of the Union, to sign up for an
interview and pick up on application form, or if you need
more information.

NEW
is
COMING
TO
W103 FM

II1

GET
ATTENTIOV

{moo

III.

If you're a woman, what you're
about to read could save your life.

Once a month, just once a month,
while you're taking a shower,
before you dry or spray or powder
or do any of those little things
to pamper yourself,
do something to take care of yourself
examine your breasts.
That's where you begin.
It's a nothing examination, really.
It isn't complicated, it doesn't hurt,
and it only takes a few minutes.
If you don't know how, ask your
doctor to show you.
Or ask us, the American Cancer Society.
We've got a simple little leaflet
that shows you.
Consider all the years ahead of you.
. A few minutes out of your life
once a month...
is very cheap insurance, don't you think?
Don't be afraid.
It's what you don't know that can hurt you
Write"or.call
your local Unit today
Please? .,

ktii*4 j,

"1,'
,t,
. 35 41

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan