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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, January 9, 1973

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, January 9, 1973

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By FRANK LONGO
It isn't easy to be optimist
about a series of holiday hock
games during which Michigan we
1-5. And make no mistake abo
it: few people are.
After a non-WCHA win ov
Western Ontario during study da
last term, the Wolverines procee
ed to drop five straight gam
pushing their conference record
2-12 and a 3-14 overall mark.
Those games included a 6-4 los
to a team Michigan had defeate
9-2 the night before, a fourt
place finish in the Great Lake
Invitational hockey tournament i
Detroit, and two one-goal losse
to the Fighting Irish at the Col
seum, the second of which slippe
away after the Wolverines hel
a 3-0 lead after two periods o
play.
Some may be consoled with t
fact that victories in non-leag
games would have done little
enhance the school's hockey "pr
tige" at this point anyway. B
sides, a split with Western C
tario is as well as Michigan h
done with anyone all year, ai
Boston U. and Harvard areaa pa
of the finest teams the East Coa
Athletic Conference could ha
sent to Olympia. So the 7-3 a
8-4 defeats handed out by tho
two teams hardly distinguish t
Maize and Blue from a score
other victims.
But if there still is anythi
worth fighting for, it is that WCI
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stanza, Notre Dame's Ray De- puck behind Irish netminder
tic Lorenzi circled the net to stuff the Mark Kronholm for his sixth tally
ey u--hdh-I. tpuzk into a cor .er of the goal and and 12th point, leaving him fourth
nt put his team ahead 2-1. on the list. It was Michigan's
ut After Randy Trudeau tied the first short-handed goal of the
FRIDAY score with his second goal of the year.
er SWIMMING-Wisconsin at Matt Mann Pool, 7:30 p.m. season, league-leading goal scorer But then the roof fell in, with
ys HOCKEY-Denver at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m. Eddie Bumbacco tallied his 12th the Irish line of Bumbacco, Ian
SATURDAY and the winner for Notre Dame as Williams, and John Noble account-
BASKETBALL-at he fired a shot past Michigan ing for three goals within six
to HOCKEY-DenveraMi state mgoalie Robbie Moore directly fol- minutes in the third period, the
at Coliseum, 8:00 p.m. lowing a face-off in the Wolverine first two coming 30 seconds apart.
s GYMNASTICS-Ohio State at Crisler Arena, 1 p.m. zone. Bill Nyrop scored the winner
d WRESTLING--Northwestern at Crisler Arena, 3:30 p.m. The two teams completed the with six minutes left on a slap
h entire third period without scor- shot from 30 feet out, and the re-
s playoff berth. Certainly the eight four more points for coach Charles ing or penalties, and a last min- maining excitement consisted of
n teams which do qualify for the "Lefty" Smith to take home. ute pull of the goalie to put an Moore wielding his big stick,
s post-season competition can't claim "Last night Michigan couldn't extra attacker on the ice failed swinging at everything Irish, re-
- too much distinction in a ten-team buy a goal; tonight for a while we to produce the tying goal. ceiving one roughing penalty, and
d circuit. couldn't either," said Smith after In the return match Saturday be- during timeouts practicing darting
d The Wolverines, who are firmly his sixth straight win over a Mich- fore 1,873 fans, including a busload to the bench while leaving his
f entrenched in ninth place, defin- igan squad. He referred to the fact from South Bend, and the Hockey stick conveniently placed on the
itely made a move to remove that the Wolverines just couldn't Band's first appearance of the sea- ice in hopes of preventing an
he themselves from that position in find the net Friday although the son, Michigan's new first-line com- empty-net goal, especially one
ue the series with Notre Dame this opportunities were certainly plenti- bination of Mallette and sopho- scored by a teammate, which ac-
to past weekend, as they played I ful, and then his own crew con- mores Werner and Gary Kardos tually occurred during a Michigan-
3e- perhaps their strongest series of nected with the goalpost more often clicked for the first time to give Wisconsin game over Thanksgiving.
- the season, but came out of it than not in the first two periods the Wolverines a one-goal advan- ;;,.Ima1. ,.
n with nothing to show. of Saturday's action. tage at the end of the first period.
end "We should have picked up four The opener found last year's sec- Kardos notched his eighth of the /WCHA Standings
air points," remarked a forlorn Frank ond leading scorer Mike Jarry back ymates,assisted by both of his line-
ast Werner, who tallied a pair of as- on defense, defenseman Pete Dun- . . W L T Pts
ve sists Saturday to move into second bar \playing forward, Pierre Sara- ership in goal-production. Michigan State 9 1 1 27
nd place in overall team scoring be- zin and Greg Fox, both of whom Half-way through the second Wisconsin 10 3 1 23
se hind captain Rick Mallette. played fairly regularly during the period, Jarry let a shot go from Denver 8 3 0 22
he And by rights they should have. first part of the season, watching the point, the rebound of which North Dakota 9 5 0 20
of Michigan outskated and outhustled the game from the stands, and the Mallette and Werner played with Notre Dame 6 6 0 14
the Irish consistently throughout game tied 1-1 after twenty minutes in the crease before Mallette fin- Minnesota-Duluth 6 8 0 12
ng the series, but when the smoke had of play. ally drove it home for his sixth Michigan Tech 5 3 0 10
IA cleared, Notre Dame had collected Freshman Don Dufek scored the goal and 20th point, one short of his Minnesota 3 6 2 10
---- Michigan goal on a power play total for all of last season. MICHIGAN 2 12 0 4
----- when he tipped in a pass from Then, with Tom Lindskog serv- Colorado Col. 1 9 0 2
Julian Nixon, who had skated all ing time in the penalty box for This weekend's games
OR A CA REER ? over the Irish zone setting up the holding, Bob Falconer tipped the Denver at MICHIGAN
play. It was Dufek's fourth goal puck away from both Notre Colorado Col. at Notre Dame
after joining the team late for Dame point men at the blue line Minnesota at North Dakota
nte5ssori r C playing freshman football. and whipped down the ice on a i Mich. Tech. at Minn.-Duluth
But half-way through the second breakaway, backhanding the Wisconsin at Mich. State

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By ROGER ROSSITER
The game of musical coaches in
Big Ten football circles appears
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with the naming of Lee Corso to
the head job at Indiana University'

of Hoosier football wars pulled an
about face and accepted the North-
western job. Pont, like many major
college head coaches, got his first
top spot assignment at Miami of
Ohio after spending three years

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Majors. Added to this group, just
for a little spice, were Stolz, Hank
Bullock, and just about every as-
sistant on Daugherty's staff this
past season.
When the votes were tallied and
the decisions made however, Stolz
was given the job.
Michigan also got into the act
this past week, as head man Bo
Schembechler announced his re-
placements for Jim Young and
Larry Smith who emigrated to
Arizona.
Gary Moeller, a member of
Schembechler's staff from its be-
ginning was named defensive co-
ordinator replacing Young, while
Jack Harbaugh takes over Moel-
ler's defensive backfield coaching
job and Elliot Uzelac assumes
Smith's offensive interior line-
man spot.
Harbaugh spent the past two
seasons on the Iowa Hawkeyes'
staff, and Uzelac was on the staff
at the Naval Academy, also for two
years.
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The women's basketball team
will be practicing tonight through
Thursday from 630 to 8:00 at
the Intramural Building. All un-
dergraduate women are more
than welcome.
The following meetings will be
held this week for intramural
athletic managers: Fraternity
and Residence Halls divisions,
tonight, 7:30, Sports Services
Bldg., Independent d i v i s ion,
Wednesday night, 7:30, Sports
Services Bldg., Graduate divi-
sion, Wednesday night, 9:00,
Sports Services Bldg., Women's
division, Thursday night, 7:30,
Barbour Gym.
* * *
There will be a basketball of-
ficials meeting Thursday night
at 7:30 in the wrestling room
(wherever that is).
Also, er.tries are now due for
the following sports: basketball,
dual swimming, and paddleball
and handball doubles. Any ques-
tions? Contact Bill Canning or
Jan White at 663-4181.
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