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THE MrCHIGAN.DAIL.Y

Page Seven-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven'

Orrmen
By JOHN KAHLER
All week long, coach Johnny
Orr has been telling his Michi- MICHI
gan Wolverines that if they win
their last four games, they will (20) Campy R
win the Big Ten title. Over in (32) Wayman
West Lafayette, coach F r e d (41) C.J. Kup
Schaus has been telling his Pur- (24) Joe Joh
due Boilermakers the same (30) Steve Gr
thing. or
These two streams of con- (43) Lionel W
sciousness collide today in Cris-
ler Arena. The loser will al-
most certainly be eliminated defensive player,
from the conference race. The is the leading P
streaking Indiana Hoosiers can- and is equally e
not be expected to lose twice in neath the basket
their last four games. from the corners.
Forward Frank
PURDUE'S situation is. per- probably the b
haps a bit more desperate than player in the BigI
that of Michigan. Losses to Mich- remembered in)
igan and Indiana would give the the man whose l
Boilers nine for the year, prob- beat Michigan las
ably too many for a team west game that signall
of the Poconos to present to the the Wolverine col
NIT selection committee. Kendrick is cur
Realizing this, the Boilermak- hind Garrett in the
ers will come into town fighting ing race, and lea
like trapped animals, and rebounds. Campy
the Wolverines must be at the the assignment o
peak of their game in order to today.
avoid a repetition of the Janu- Jerry Nichols r
ary 21 overtime defeat at Mac- forward spot. A
key Arena. player, he has b
The Riveters feature a potent streak of late, cam
attack that has been averaging Iowa Monday nig
over 100 points per game in its BRUCE PARKIN
last three outings. Their defense, Luke form the
on the other hand, has been court. Parkinson l
quite porous, and teams have in assists, and
run on Purdue with success. hoop as well as
SPARKING THE Boiler bar- does not do muc
rage are stars John Garrett and he can hit if left
Frank Kendrick. Though a poor The Boiler ben

host
THE LINEUPS

Purdue
it is, and you start pressing. We
were not playing good team de-
UE fense against Indiana. Four
guys would have their men cov-
drick (6-6) ered, and the other guy would
ols (6-6) be loose for an easy jumper."

GAN
Russell (6-8)
aBritt (6-2)
pec (6-8)
nson (5-10)
rote (6-3)
Worrell (6-3)

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center Garrett good. Mike Steele
Purdue scorer, terfield spell the 1
ffective under- Bruce Rose come
t or shooting an opposition for
few bruises. Ton
k Kendrick is former St. Josep
est all-around star, plays often
Ten. He is best On the Michigar
Ann Arbor as been a week of c
ast-second shot Wolverine coache
st year, in the has been sufferin
ed the start of fects of a prolong
llapse. nell Worrell has
rently close be- him hard in pract
he Riveter scor- Train" stands
ds the team in chance of makin
Russell draws lege start today.
f stopping him WHAT HAS wo
mans the other verine mentors n
fine defensive however, has be
been on a hot disappearance of
ening on agahot defense. Indianas
ning 20 against on the Maize and
ht.
JSON and Dave and only the me
Purdue back- Knight kept the fi
eads the league 100.
drives to the Defensive slun
anyone. Luke shooting slumps,"
ch scoring, but sistant coach
open. "You start doi
ch is deep and wrong, you ftry to

ett (6-11) -
inson (6-2) MONDAY NIGHT, the Wolver-
(6-1) ines continue their postseason,
push by journeying to Madison
to take on the Wisconsin Badg-
ers. The furry giants were humil-
iated by Purdue last Saturday,
and. Dick Sat- and dissension is rife in the
backcourt men. Badger camp.
s in war hneer Wisconsin remains dangerous,
n Scheffler, a even while disintegrating, loom-
h, Mich. prep ing tall and evil with the cookie
and well. munching Hughes twins, feisty
and ell.guard Gary Anderson, and Dale
n side, this has Koehler.rKoehler, who had an
concern for the altercation with Campy Russell
s. Steve Grote in Ann Arbor, would like noth-
g from the ef- ing better than to punch Campy
3ed illness. Lio- out in front of a home crowd.
been pressing
ice, and "Main If Michigan loses to Purdue,
an excellent today, it would be difficult to re-
g his first col- bound in time to top the Badgers.
But if the Wolverines come off
a victory, Wisconsin has about
rried the Wol- as much chance as a pound of
nost this week, Roquefort at a convention of
en the sudden rats.
the Michigan In other Big Ten action today,
scored 93 points Bobby Knight seeks his first vic-
Blue last week, tory in Minneapolis as his Hoos-
ercy of Bobby iers are hosted by the Hot Rats
inal tally under of Minnesota; Illinois celebrates
the resignation of coach Harv
nps are like Schmidt by entertaining Iowa on
explained as- regional television; Michigan
Jim Dutcher. State, battling for life, hosts
ng something Northwestern; and the Badgers
figure out what visit Ohio State.

Daily Photo by ROLFE TESSEM
MICiIGAN'S LEADING SCORER, Campy Russell, squeezes past
two Northwestern defenders and prepares to arch a short jumper
toward the hoop. Today Russell's defensive skills will be put to the
test as he is matched with Purdue star Frank Kendrick.
Irish shill
By ANDY GLAZER Ironically, it was an act o:
special To The Daily over-aggression by Kris Manet y
SOUTH BEND - To hit a home that led to Notre Dame's first
run, someone has to swing; to goal. Missing an attempt to keep
score a touchdown, someone has the puck in his own zone, Man-
to run; to score a goal, someone ery was caught up - ice w h eI
has to shoot. Someone forgot to Notre Dame got off a 3-on-two
tell that to the Wolverine icers last b r e a k, with Eddie Bumbacco
night, as ,Notre Dame outshot the rifling a 30-foot slap shot past
Maize and Blue 42-23 and ran off Robbie Moore.
a 4-2 win before 4287 partisans at It looked like the Irish migh
the Athletic Convocation Center skate Michigan off the ice. Buta
here. 11:42 of the first period, Pa
Michigan started out like any- Hughes came up with the be
thing but a team that had won individual effort of the night. Spli
four consecutive games. Fo: the ting two Notre Dame defenseme:
first ten minutes of the open iag he broke in on a startled Not
stanza, the Wolverines passed Dame goaltender Eric Kroaholm
sloppily and backed away from the and whipped a wrist shot deepi
Fighting Irish's checks. 'the twine.
eine thinclads
score in dull meet

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NIGHT EDITOR:
CLARKE COGSDILL

Blue
own defense.
The always-emotional Angie Mo-
retto reflected on the Curry goal
that tied the game at 2-all: "It
was a really bad call on the pen-
alty that gave them the chance.
'Duf' (Dufek) was just doing his
job."
Moretto was right - it was a
bad call, but Wolverine coach Dan
F rrll har dnn n nIn uih 0h

Some are still worshipping and celebrating at Campus Chapel.
SUNDAY: Coffee Wake-Up at 10:00 a.m.
10:15 a.m.-Morning Service with Clayton Libolt.
Text: Ecclesiastes 5: v. 17-19
6:00 p.m.--Evening Celebration with Rev. Don Postema
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 27-First Lenten mid-week supper/discussion at
the chapel, 6:00-7:30 p.m. Topic: "Christianity and the creative
Arts."
EVERYONE WELCOME!
1236 Washtenaw Court
(One block north of University
Towers on S. Forest)
Campus Chapel is a ministry
. .of the Chrisition Reformed
Church.

;1t I i 1arre 'a no compiainL with Tne
at officials: "The referees didn't hurt
at The Wolverines really starred us tonight . . . we just played a
st skating at 14:16 when a double bad hockey game."
it roughing penalty left both sides Notre Dame coach Charles
In, at three skaters apiece. Micoigan "Lefty" Smith was ecstatic, but
re cashed in on the increased tempo cautious. "We play them again to-
m, with a three-on-one break. Don morrow, and neither team burned
in Dufek fed a perfect pass to Gary r the ice tonight."
Kardos, who flicked the p'icx past
Kronholm. Notre Damn!
At the end of one, the Wolver-
ines.had taken six shots-two for SCORING BY PEIjIQDS1
goals-while the Irish had taken iMICHIGAN 2 0 i 2
16, and cashed in on only one. Rob- Notre Dame t 2 1 4
bie Moore was keeping the Wol-FIRST PERIOD
verines in the game. The question SCORING: 1. ND - Bumbacco (Ny-
was-could he keep it up? rop) 4:05; 2. M -- Hughes (Trudeau,
He couldn't. Notre Dame fired Moore), ppg., 11:42; 3. M - (Dufek,
17 more shots at Moore in the hr)1:2
second period. Two of them found SECOND PERIOD
e the mark. On the first, Ian Wil- SCORING: 4. ND - Curry (Williams,
hiams carried the puck down the (Williams, Bumbco) 1.ND -Walsh
or right side, and fired a slap shot(i
n that senior captain Steve Curry THIRD PERIOD
n deflected in. The second came on WSClING: 6. ND-Bumbacco (Walsh,
one of those lucky breaks you
n get when you're hustling: Brian GOALIE SAVES
e Walsh shoved a change-up at Moore (M) 15 15 E 38
'n Moore, who was screened by his Kronholn (ND) 4 11 6 21
un

DOES SKILLED TEACHING
MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
The Antioch Graduate School of Education is accept-
ing applications for its Plan A program at the
Yellow Springs Center leading to a Masters degree
in 12 months or four quarters.
Children not only must learn from first-hand ex-
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3. We emphasize the development of teach-
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By RICH LERNER
specl T9 Tir'Daflt
YPSILANTI - Michigan's track
team had its final tune-up for the
Big Ten championship meet
last night in the Michigan Open
at Bowen Field House here. Run-
ning against Eastern Michigan,
Toledo, Wayne State and several
other Michigan schools, the Wol-
verines placed in all 14 events
they entered, in an unexciting
warm-up for next weekend.
The thinclads set 11 personal re-
cords ("P.Rs" to an insider) along
the way.
"The meet was exactly what we
needed," said Coach Dixon Far-
mer. "The eleven "P.R.s" were
the most we've ever had in one
meet," added Farmer. "We were
looking for breakthroughs and we
got one."
THE BREAKTHROUGH he was
speaking of was freshman Andy
Johnson in the 880. Johnson ran a
1:53.5 tb win the race by eight
yards in one of the closer races
of the night.
Steve Adams won again this
week to remain undefeated in the
shot put. Adams is the favorite;
in next week's championship.
Mike Lantry placed second be-
hind the "Gentle Giant" and fel-
low football player Greg DenBoer
placed fourth with his personal
best of 49'43/4".
Dave Williams and Kim Rowe
won the 440 and 600-yard runs re-
spectively. Williams led from start
to finish to prevail in a time of
48.5, a half a second ahead of
Wolverine freshman Jeff McLeod.
Rowe registered the second fastest"
time in the Big Ten this year with
a 1:10.4 in the 600-yard run. Wil-
liams owns the fastest time, a
1:09.8.
Michigan garnered its final win
Big Ten Standingsr

in the mile-relay when Rowe, Wi
liams, McLeod, and Jime How
teamed to run a 3:15.5.
Fred Gault set a new "P.R." fo
an unprecedented, fifth week i
a row, placing third in the mile i
a time of 4:18.5.
Ken Delor, running for the An
Arbor Track Club, won both th
60 and the 300-yard dashes but ur
fortunatelv he is ineligible to ru

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Cobo cliff-hanger
Capital's Kevin Porter and the Pistons' Dave Bing eye a loose ball
during last night's 84-83 Detroit win at Cobo Arena. Bing's five
straight buckets brought the Pistons back from a ten point deficit
with eight minutes left in the game. Bing finished with 17, and
Bob Lanier popped in 24. Mike Riordan led the Bullets with 25, and
Porter added 20.

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8:30-9:00 a.m.-Communion Serv- All students always welcome.
By FRED UPTON ice. 10:00 a.m. Coffee.{
One of the goals Coach Rick Bay 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. - Worship 10:15 a.m. - Morning Worship
set for his wrestling team this sea- Services. with Clay Libolt.
son was an undefeated dual meet 9:00-12:30 a.m.-Nursery Care.
record. That achievement should 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. - Church 6:00 p.m.-Evening Service with
come today at the University of School (thru Grade 5). Rev. Don Postema (Please see our
Toledo at 2 p.m. 9:30-10:30 a.m. - Church School ad in today's Daily for further
The Rockets have been having (thru Grade 8). info.)
their problems this year. The team 10:30-11:00 a.m.-Coffee-Conver- O
record now stands at 0-8 and this sation-Fellowship. LORD OF LIGHT LUTHERAN
is their last dual meet. Broadcast on WNRS (1290) AM CHURCH (ALC, LCA)
All ten men from last year's and WNRZ (103) FM from 11:00- 801 S. Forest at Hill;
Toledo squad were expected to re- 12:00 noon. Donald G. Zill, Pastor
turn but four are now injured, two
didn't make the grade academic- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CURChI Sunday Morning:
ally, and one other failed to come 1432 Washtenaw Ave. Study Class-9:15 a.m.
out. Four of the seven new wrest- Ministers: Robert E. Sanders, John Worship Service-10:30 a.m. t
lers are freshmen. Sunday Supper-6:15 p.m.
But Bay cautions, "We haven't R. Waser, Brewster H. Gere, Jr.
had a good week of practice. I'm "Where many students worship" Program-7:00 p.m..
AshWedesdy:Eucharist -
not happy about it, but everyone Sunday Services at 9:00 and 7:30 pm.
is thinkingabout the Big Ten 10:30 a.m. p
championships in Evanston next
week." Theme this Sunday-"Prepare CANTERBURY HOUSE
Toledo's Myron Shapiro (118) the Way!" 218 N. Division
won't roll over and play dead for UNIVERSITY REFORMED 8:00 a.m.-Holy Eucharist.
Jim Brown. Another of the stal- U RCHTY REFHRE 10:00 a.m.-Morning Prayer andi
warts on Toledo's squad is 150- CHURCH, 1001 E. Huron Sermon.
pounder John Zychowics. Going up Calvin Malefyt, Alan Rice, Min 12:00 noon - Canterbury House
against the Jerry Hubbard wall, isters Eucharist.
however, should dim Zychowics' Services at 10:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. -Holy Eucharist in
hones considerably. 5:30 p.m.-Student Supper. chapel.
"I don't want to sound cocky," - - - -
Bay confided, "but a reasonable'
goal would be to win every matchI
in orler to get ready for the Big Why waste time studying or
Ten f"ias." r- i U -

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Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
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9:15.
Wednesday Evening Worship at
10:00.

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MICHIGAN
Mich. St.
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