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Friday, December 7, 1973


Page Eleven

Friday, December 7, 1973 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven




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Michigan hockey coach Dan
Farrell is going to play the jug-
glling act this weekend in hopes of
finding some forward line combi-
nations that can produce goals-
a lot of goals.
"I'm still looking for a forward
who's a real leader, a take-charge
guy, the kind of guy that makes
things happen every time he's on
the ice," claimed Farrell in an-
nouncing the line shake-ups.
The fact that this week's visi-
tors, Notre Dame, are the most
physical team in the Western-
Collegiate Hockey Association
should mean a rough, high scor-
ing weekend. The Wolverines in-
tend to be ready.
The addition of Don Dufek,
starting wolfman on the football
squad, will add a lot of muscle-
a good thing to have against Notre
Dame. Dufek will be skating on
left wing aligned with center Kris
Manery and right winger Gordie
"The Dufek-Manery-Cullen line
has looked good in practice," Far-
rell noted. "They've been working
hard and have accomplished a lot
this week."
Cullen will be seeing his first ac-
tion at right wing after being mov-
ed from defense to left wing ear-
lier in the season. His biggest as-
sets have been his tight checking
and strong defensive play which
have kept him in the line-up most
of the season.
Another m9jor change finds
Greg Natale moving to a center
slot between Paul Paris and Pat
Hughes. "We want to take advan-
tage of Natale's great puck han-
dling ability," said Farrell in ex-
plaining the move.
A third adjustment to the for-
ward lines will be the use of cen-
ter Randy Neal as a right winger.
Angie Moretto will center that
line with Gary Kardos on left wing,
at least for tonight's game.
Kardos and goaltender Robbie
Moore both have been suffering
bouts with the flu, but each will
start tonight. Moore spent a cou-
ple of days in the University
Health Service clinic early in the
week, and logged only one day's
practice this week. Kardos, mean-
while, has been slowed since the
flu struck him last weekend at
Michigan Tech. How much he'll
be able to play is uncertain.
Had Moore not recovered from
his illness in time for tonight's
game, Farrell would have been

This Weekend in Sports
HOCKEY-Notre Dame; Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m.
WRESTLING-at Penn State, Penn State Invitational
SWIMMING-Illinois; Matt Mann Pool, 7:30 p.m.
BASKETBALL-at University of Detroit; V-R's at 6 p.m.; Varsity
at 8 p.m.
HOCKEY-Notre Dame; Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m.
WRESTLING-at Penn State, Penn State Invitational
forced to start one of his inex- with an 8-4 win and 2-2 tie at Mich-
perienced rookie netminders, Tom igan Tech.
Thrun or Butch Wagner. Former But since then Notre Dame has
number two goalie Bill Dewey de- had its troubles, dropping six of
cided to quit the team for per- eight starts. The Irish are tied
sonal reasons earlier in the week, for fifth place in the WCHA
creating this quandry. with Michigan and Michigan
If Moore should run into prob- State. However, both the Wolver-
lems, he'll be backed by Thrun to- ines and Spartans have played
night and Wagner tomorrow. two fewer games.
The one line that will not be Larry Israelson has been Notre
changed is the Frank Werner, Dame's leading goal scorer to date
Don Fardig, Bob Falconer trio. with nine, while Ray DeLorenzi is
This group has been Farrell's tops in points with twenty. A not-
most consistent all year. Fardig able absentee from the Irish at-
continues to play over a pain- tack will be high scoring winger
ful back injury that will likely Ian Williams, out with a four game
require him to sit out next week- suspension. But tough-guy defense-
end's home and home series man Bill Nyrop will be around to
against Bowling Green. spearhead Notre Dame's body
Farrell's defensive pairings will pounding.
consist of Randy Trudeau with Mark Kronholm has done all the
Greg Fox and Dave Shand along-'Irish netminding this, sporting a
side Tom Lindskog. Rob Palmer mediocre 4.98 goals against aver-
will handle the "swing" duty. age. Don't be surprised if he con-
Notre Dame's overall 3-6-1 (all tinues his ironman act this week-
WCHA contests) belies the respect end, since Notre Dame is seriously
the Irish command around the lacking in reserve help.
league. Early in the season, the Faceoff time is 7:30 p.m. for both
fighting Irish were ranked second nights at Michigan's now complet-
nationally and opened the season ed Yost Ice Arena.


MICHIGAN NETMINDER Robbie Moore makes a futile dive for
~ Graham Wise's (18) wrist shot in last Friday's 7-0 loss to Mich-
igan Tech. Moore has been battling the flu all week but should be
ready when Notre Dame invades Yost Ice Arena for a weekend
series tonight and tomorrow.

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Special To The Daily
regarded wrestling team
Pittsburgh its third smashin
cess of the year last nigh
a resounding 33-5 thrashing
Panthers in this Pennsylvani
Tonight, Coach Rick Bay'E
competes in the Penn Stat
tational meet at College
against the likes of grapplin
ers Penn State and Clarion
in an affair which should

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Sports of The Daily

added light on how good this Wol-
ly verine wrestling club really is.
de Although Michigan overwhelm-
c- ed Pittsburgh last night, assist-
th ant mat coach Bill Johanneson
:he says it wasn't the rout the score
y- might otherwise indicate. "We
ew started out flat-footed and not
vi- quite . ready," revealed Johan-
rk neson, "and Pittsburgh's pretty
W- tough."
te Johanneson thought t h a t Billy
ed Davids' victory in the 134-pound
match served as the turning point
in last night's dual meet. Davids
trailed P a n t h e r opponent Bob
Bailey 5-1 at the beginning of the'
second period before "gutting it
I out" for a come-from-behind 7-5'
What made Davids' victory im-
portant was Rich Valley's loss at
126 pounds. When Valley lost 10-4
to two-time National Federation'
champion Randy Stottlemyer, -d
Davids got quickly behind against'
Bailey, Michigan stood in jeopardy
of losing the six-point lead Jim
Brown had established when he
pinned Herb Worthy at the 7:25
point of their tussle.
Davids' success took Pitts-
burgh's momentum away. And
when Bill Schuck handled Ron
Selfridge 10-4, it was virtually
all over. "We kind of breezed
through the rest of the match,"
confided Johanneson.
NCAA titlist Jarrett Hubbard

continued his winning ways at the
150-pound weight class with an
ea:? second-period flattening of
Pitts urgh's Brad Strayer. Hub-
bard, who establishes a new Mich-
igan victory record with his every
additional grappling success, putj
his Panther away at the 2:27 mark.
Rob Hizenga, who dropped down
a weight after wrestling at 177
against Western Michigan and
Ohio University last weekend, su-
perior decisioned Wally Worrell in
a mismatch of 167 pounders. Hui-
zenga's four-point victory made the
meet score 25-3 and marked the
point of no return for the Panthers.
All-American heavyweight Gary
Ernst decisioned Carl Roba 8-3
in last night's final match on the
card. Ernst's triumph followed
Dave C rby's 5-4 decision of
Pittsburgh's George Calcagnini
John Ryan returned to the Wol-
verines' lineup last night at his
old 177-pound slot and battled Jeff

Minerd to a 4-4 draw. Ryan, Mich-
igan's regular at this division a
year ago, resumed his position
when Huizenga dropped ten pounds.
Freshman Dan Brink took Ray
Dallatore 7-3 in the go at 138
pounds. Brink, the Muskegon Jun-
ior College graduate who is being
counted on to fill graduated cap-
tain Mitch Mendrygal's huge shoes,
ran his dual meet record to 3-0.
(T e a m m a t e s Brown, Davids,
Schuck, Hubbard, Huizenga, Curby
and Ernst all possess the same un-
blemished mark.)
Panthers (le-clawed
118-Jim Brown (M) pinned
Herb Worthy (P), 7:25.
126-Brad Stottlemyer (P) dec.
Rich Valley (M), 10-4.
134-Bill Davids (M) dec. Bob
Bailey (P), 7-5.
142-Bill Schuck (M) dec. Ron
Selfridge (P), 10-4.
150-Jarrett Hubbard (M) pin-
ned Brad Strayer (P), 2:27.
158-D n Brink (M) dec. Ray
Dallatore (P), 7-3.
167-Rob Hnizenga (M) sup. dec.
Wally Morrell (P), 14-2.
177-John Ryan (M) drew Jeff
Minerd (P), 4-4.
190-D a v e Curby (M) dec.
George Calcagnini (P), 5-4.
lIvy-Gary Ernst (M) dec. Carl
Roba (P), 8-3.

Judge denies 'Rose' suit
DETROIT (P) - A federal judge yesterday denied a request
for a preliminary injunction forcing the Big Ten to hold a new
vote on who should represent the athletic conference in the Rose
Bowl football game Jan. 1.
District Court Judge Fred Kaess said after a one and a half
hour hearing that there was insufficient cause for such a move.
He scheduled his final judgement on the suit for Monday.
Kaess also denied a motion by attorneys for plaintiff
Gerald Faye to introduce a University of Michigan football
player and a member of the Michigan band as additional
Faye, a 43-year-old Michigan graduate student, filed suit
against Commissioner Wayne Duke and all the Big Ten athletic
directors seeking to rescind the athletic directors' vote sending
Ohio State to the Rose Bowl instead of Michigan.
Faye claims due process of law was not followed in the
secret telephone balloting the day after Michigan and Ohio State
tied 10-10 and the two teams finished in a tie for first place in
the conference standings.
The injunction would have forced the Big Ten to conduct
a new vote "at which all of the facts are fully aired" and
also would have prevented the defendants from holding
secret meetings or from making decisions "not based on
substantial evidence."
Swimmers meet Ilini tonight
The Illinois swimming team will be racing around Matt Mann
Pool at 7:30 tonight, and according to a relative of a Michigan
swimmer, the Illini are going to beat the Wolverines.
Who could utter such treason? Roddie MacDonald, brother
of Michigan butterflyer Byron MacDonald, says Illinois is going
to leave the Wolverines trailing in the Illini's wake. Roddie,
besides being Byron's brother, also swims for Illinois.
Despite Roddie MacDonald's predictions, the Illini should
pose no problems for Gus Stager's swimmers. Stager ad-
mitted Illinois is a much improved team, but says' it still
isn't in Michigan's class.
Illinois is led by NCAA champion butterflyer Greg Scott and
sprinter George Congreve, but the Illini lack the all-around talent
present on the Michigan squad.
Tonight is the Wolverines first dual meet of the 1973-74 sea-
son, and although Stager still regards this meet as a season
warm-up, he will probably unleash Tom Szuba this evening.
Szuba was used sparingly in the Big Ten Relays last week when
Indiana easily out-distanced Michigan.
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Professional Theatre Program

Padres move to 11.
Osteen goes to Astrs
From wire Service Reports since 1965 and was 16-11 with a
HOUSTON-The National League 3.30 earned-run average last sea-
voted unanimously yesterday to son.
move the San Diego Padres to Philadelphia dealt infielder Den-
Washington, D.C., for the 1974 ny Doyle to California for r ief
baseball season. pitcher Aurelio Monteagudo and
League President Chub Feeney minor league outfielder Chris Co-
made the announcement at base- letta, completing the deal which
ball's winter meetings after the sent infileder Billy Grabarkewitz
owners had spent two days debat- to the Phils late last season.
ing the sale of the club. The Texas Rangers purchased
Feeney said the new owners, first baseman - outfielder T e r r y
a group headed by Washington Crowley from Baltimore and sold
chain-store owner Joseph Dan- shortstoo Jim Mason to the New
zansky, would have to meet cer- York Yankees.
tain conditions set down by the Detroit traded pitcher Mike
league by Dec. 21. Strahler to Milwaukee for pitcher
The owners had been consider- Ray Newman.
ing possible sale of the franchise Strahler, 26, compiled a 4-5 rec-
to a group headed by Marjorie ord in 22 appearances with the
Everett, a racetrack heiress, but Tigers last season and had a 4.37
there had been opposition to Mrs. earned-run average. His major
Everett because of her involve- league career record is 6-8 in 53
ment in an Illinois bribery scandal. games with a 3.56 ERA.
There had been a threat by the And California swapped catcher
City of San Diego of a lawsuit Jeff Torberg to St. Louis for re-
should the Padres break their liever John Andrews.

DEC. 8-9
3 P.M. & 8 P.M.

Advance ticket sales at
Michigan League
Power Center Box Office
opens at 1 P.M. tomorrow

long-term lease with the ballpark.
There was a report yesterday
morning that Danzansky's group
had offered assistance to the Na-
tional League if any possible legal
action that came as a result of the
move to the nation's capital.
"The move is conditional on cer-
tain things that have to be done,"
said Feeney. "These conditions are
being discussed."
In other developments in the
major leagues, the Los Angeles

Delaware 91. Franklin & Marshall 66
Alabama 96, Oklahoma St. 73
DePanl 67, Washington St. 45
Kansas St. 71, Texas 631
Morehead St. 104, Union 72
Drake 63, Aisronsin-Parkside 53
Austin Pea, 127, Union (Tenn) 97

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