Thursday, April 12, 1973
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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LATE RAllY DROPS MICHIGAN:
By MARK RONAN
Forcing a weak smile while try-
ing to make the best of a bad
situation, lacrosse coach Bob Ka-
man queried, "What can you do
if you don't score. We couldn't
score at all in the second half."
That aptly summa rized the pre-
dicament in which the Michigan
Lacrosse Club found itself after
last night's depressing 6-5 loss to
the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame
in a Midwest Lacrosse Association
However, until some miputes into
the fourth quarter athe Irish found
themselves with many (of the same
problems. Then a sudden four-
point spurt by Notre Dame carried
them to victory and put to rest
Michigan's ambitions for an un-
There will be a cheerleading
training session for any male
students interested in trying out
for the Football Cheer squad
during the week of April 16th
through the 20th. Those interest-
,ed please report to the Wrest-
ling Room in the Intramural
Building at 6:00 p.m., Monday
of that week.
defeated season in conference com-
Michigan midfielder Jim Kilkow-
sky accounted for a lion's share
of the Wolverine scoring with three
goals. Scott Boyd and Don Holman
cantributed the other two goals.
All five of the Michigan goals were
Following the opening face-off,
the action moved back and forth
for the first half of the first period.
During that time the Irish soon re-
vealed themselves to be a quick,
swarming club who are well versed
in the ability to make long, accur-
Though their playmaking would
not be called their distinguishing!
point, Notre Dame's offense in the
early going was based on their
proficient running passes.
Midway through the first per-
iod, Notre Dame attackman Rich
Mullin, who would eventually
prove to be Michigan's prime
nemesis, took a pass from team-
mate Joe Anderson and tallied the
visitors' first goal.
Kilkowsky evened everything at
1-1 with a goal late in the first
quarter. Immediately, Michigan
regained possession during the
face-off following the goal. Michi-
gan carried the ball behind the
Notre Dame net as the play de-
veloped. After several passes Hol-'
man caught the ball and circled
around the net and fired. The ball
bounded through the legs of Bob
Gulle and the Wolverines were in
Although an. unusually small
number of penalties were called
durng the game, Michigan took
advantage of the few which were
called to take a 4-1 lead.
Mullin notched another in the
second period and Kilkowsky once
again. did likewise just as the half
ended to give the Blue a 5-2
Neither squad managed a goal in
the third quarter, but Michigan
dominated the action. Their de-
fense improved and th e i r
Michigan goalie Tim Cotter made
a number of remarkable saves.
Addition-lIv, the Irish passes be-
gan to go awry.
On at least three occasions
Michigan muffed the opportunity
to climax beautiful plays with a
goal, and this was their undoing.
The fourth period at first closely
resembled the third. Then, the
Irish stickmen came alive and like
their gridiron counterparts decid-
ed to win one for the Gipper. Bill
Dacey poured in two rapid scores.
With time running short, Mullin
tied the game. A minute later the
Irish attack gave the ball to Mul-
in as he circled the Michigan
net, and he flashed the winning
passes began to hit the mark. goal in.
set sights on Brewer
Ex-Charger settles drug suit
By The Associated Press
* PHILADELPHIA - Minnesota
forward Jim Brewer will be the
Philadelphia 7 6 e r s first-round
choice in next week's National
Basketball Association draft, Coach
Kevin Loughery said yesterday.
"I have to say right now that.
things are still in the air, but the
No. I pick, if we don't trade,
In his soit Ridge, who played
for the Chargers from 1966 to 1968,
claimed that drugs administered
to him by Woodward allowed him
to nlay while injured, aggravating
a hin injury and shortening his
Ridge, 28, now is working for a
San Diego restaurant chain.
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would be Brewer," added Lough- 0 MONTREAL-Police officials
ery, in Canada have begun a massive
Brewer, a 6-foot-81 former Olym- investigation of alleged "fixing" of
pian, averaged 14.1 points and 11.6 snorts events in North America
rebounds per game for the Go- with a former bookie, now in jail
phers. for fraud, as a well-shielded key
Loughery, who had hoped to witness.
Billh Waleto Theodore Aboud told of rigging
draft UCLA junior Bill Waltonrse racing-winning as much ,as
said he was now planning to ue $70,000 on one race-and making a
Brewer at center. "Right now he killing on hockey. He claims to
looks like the best big man in the have found that a Chicago Black
country-outside of Walton, of Hawk goalie was betting against
course." The coach added he His . o ea
planned to make Brewer a for- hiSorteam. fixed everywhere,"
ward, eventually. he told a police commission in-
* quiry. "It's all a fix. We get a lot
A SAN DIEGO-Former defen- of information on basketball, fan-
sive tackle Houston Ridge will re- tastic information."
ceive $260,000 in settlement of a Glenn Hall, who was Chicago's
X1.2S-million suit against the San regular goalie in 1961 when the in-
Diego Chargers, his lawyer said dicated game occurred, strongly
yesterday. denied that he ever fixed a game
The award will be paid entirely and said he planned his own legal
by Dr. E. Paul Woodward, team action.
doctor of the National Football The Quebec commission was or-
League team, attorney Robert dered last year by its government
Baxley indicated. Woodward's of- to look into organized crime's ties
fice said he was vacationing in with sports. The commission has
Mexico. the same powers as a cdurt.
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