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Friday, October 27, 1972


Red WI
By The Associated Press
seventh goal of the season at 14:10
of the final period gave the Phila-
delphia Flyers a 2-1 victory over
previously unbeaten Detroit in a
National Hockey League game last
The loss was the first after six
victories for the Red Wings while
Philadelphia evened its record at
The Flyers got the lead at 18:24
of the second period when Bill;
Clement took Tom Bladon's shot
off the backboard and batted it'
past Roy Edwards.
Detroit tied the game at 2:38 of
the third period as Nick Libett!
fired into the open left corner of
the cage after Flyers' goalie Doug
Favell had vacated the net to stop
a shot by Bill Collins.
Flett's winning shot was a solo
effort. Taking a pass from Bobby
Clarke in the Detroit zone, the1
Flyers forward hod a shot blocked
by Red Wings defenseman Serge
Lajeunesse. But the puck came
out behind the Detroit defender;
and Flett moved around him, pick-
ed up. the puck 'and lifted it over
The win moved Philadelphia into
third place in the NHL West.
* * *
Bruins brained
BOSTON-Chico Maki touched off
a Chicago scoring barrage with a'
goal 21 seconds after the opening
faceoff and the Black Hawks went
on to defeat Boston's once-mighty
Bruins 6-3 last night for their first
National Hockey League victory in
NCAA quil
By The Associated Press
KANSAS CITY - The National
Collegiate Athletic Association has;
announced its withdrawal from the
United States Olympic Committee
in a move aimed at forcing com-!
plete reorganization of the USOC.
The announcement was made
jointly in the name of Samuel E.!
Barnes, secretary,-treasurer of the
NCAA, and by Charles Neinas,1
chairman of the NCAA Internation-
al Relations Committee and Big
Eight Conference commissioner, at
a news conference here yesterday.
Barnes said the decision was
made by the 18-member NCAA
Council at its fall meeting Wednes-
day in_.Knoxville, Tenn. The action
is effective immediately.
The council acted upon the rec-

Lngs suffer first defeat

Page Eleven
Blue ruggers collide
I/ t E db E J

free throws to give Milwaukee an{t L u L 7 n 0I
the Boston Garden in nearly two 80-78 lead with 3:40 left in the
years. a . third period. Robertson, Dandridge
Six players shared in the scor- and Curtis Perry made it 90-80 be- By JANET McINTOSH Badger offense. Pinion has been
ing as the Hawks handed Boston's fore the quarter ended and Mil- The Michigan ruggers will face rated by many as the best stra-
defending Stanley Cup champions waukee led the rest of the way. two outstanding rugby clubs when tegic kicker in the Midwest. Elu-
their third loss in four home ap- Dandiidge the high they siveJohnny Beal will be at one
Dadidg wasth game's hgte clash with the Wisconsin sv o
pearances. scorer with 33 points. Kareem Badgers and the Chicago Lions in of the wings. Beal was one of the
Other Chicago scorers were Jim NIGHT EDITOR: Abdul Jabbar had 21, grabbed 16 Chicago tomorrow in a round robin key players who led Wisconsin to
Pappin, Pat Stapleton, Bill.White, GEORGE HASTINGS rebounds and batted away six tournaent the Big Ten title in 1971 over
Pit Martin, and Stan Mikita. shots. Eight of Robertson's 15 Chicago will enter the tourna- Michigan defeated the Badgers
sion despite the loss of Bobby Hull, points came in the third period ment with a perfect 7-0 record 26-14 for consolation honors in the
got the jump on the Bruins as Tuesday night in Montreal's 4-3 while Wisconsin and Michigan are Big Ten last spring.
Maki slapped a loose puck into the victory over the New York Island- both 4-2. Wisconsin lost its first The Blue will try for the third
net for his first goal of the season. ers, also assisted on scores by Yvan Denver demolished .game of the fall season to the time this season to defeat the
The Bruins came back for a 2-1 Cournoyer and Chuck Lefley. RICMOND - The V r n a Lions and later lost a close game Lions. Chicago crunched Michigan
lead on goals by Ace Bailey and Guy Lefleur, Marc Tardif and Squires hit 44 of 56 free throw at- agaist Palmer College, 1972 NCAA during the Labor Day Tournament
Phil Esposito before their defense Guy Lapointe scored the other sr d-champs. Michigan lost to Chicago in Windsor, but only managed to
collapsed. goals for Montreal, which moved fourth quarter last night and rout-tsauerktby-thetBwekenawtlweakoin a
into sole possession of first place ed the Denver Rockets 155-111 in to Detroit earlier in the season. game that could have gone either
in the NHL's East Division. A Wisconsin is again one of the way.
an American Basketball Associa-bs lb nth Mdet h
Homecoming anyone? Montreal goaltender Ken Dryden tion game in which five ABA one- best clubs i the Midwest. The The Michigan lineup for the
For a scientific recital of the registered his third shutout of the game records were set. Badger pack is led by two first game with two exceptions
campus attitudes concerning season, kicking out 37 shots. The Two of the records were set by westAll-star. second row Harry will remain the same as last
Homecoming and its vicissitudes, Canadiens also took 37 shots at St. the Rockets-56 personal fouls with teo RKingsbury, and Daveoberts week. Ross Vickers, having re-
flip back to the Borus poll on Louis goalies Jacques Caron and seven players ejected on fouls. The Both Roberts and Kavgsb ertsr covered from a muscle pull, will
nine. Wayne Stephenson. Squires set records with 92 free IS THERE A DOCTORAIN THE HOUSE? asks St P Photo exceptional jumpers and provide move into the backfield at out-
pa* **throw attempts and 74 conversions. grueling p side center. Chuck Drukis will
The two teams between them com- man Steve Durbano, while Yvan Cournoyer searches the ice for The. Wisconsin backfield is led start- at wing forward, although
Chicago scored three goals in the Milwaukee mauls bined for a single-game record of a lost contact lens. Durbano received the gash from a high-stick by South African fly half Dave Pin- he may see some action at sec-
second period and twice in the 86 personal fouls. as Montreal clobbered the Blues 7-0. ion, who is the key player in the and row.
finale as the Boston defense be- KANSAS CITY-Bob Dandridge - This week, the Blue were hit
came unglued just a few hours and Oscar Robertson led a third- AD Swith the news, that Peter Hooper,
period sure that carried the Mil- OFFENSE APOW ER standout back, would probably be
indefinitely because of his knee waukee Bucks to a 114-107 National;lost for the remainder of the fall
ailment. Basketball Association victory over season with pulled groin muscles,
S ansas City-Omaha Kings last an injury that has plagued him in
* theKnvs icty-as h fihsragt'Ir ishace reserve treapgeanzce
night. the past.
Blues blanked The victory was the fifth straight The lineup for the second game
MONTREAL - Jacques Lemaire for Milwaukee which is 7-1 for the By MIKE LASH bitter wounds that M i c h i g a n onslaught. Quarterback Phil "Pep- Mike Holmes that set up Mich- pending upon the amount of in-
scored his ninth and 10th goals of season. It was the Kings' fourth With half the season already absorbed in its last clash with the per" Powers, injured early in the igan's clinching score with just juries in the first game.
the young National Hockey League loss against a pair of victories. behind them, Michigan's Varsity! Fighting Irish, a contest in which year, will return to the lineup to three seconds left.
season last night, leading the nReserves have but one blotch on the Irish, as Brown put it, "out- pick up Michigan's up-to-now weak After their return bout at NotreIMichigan Blue RuggerS
vcoryer hes St.ou Bes 7 the lead changed hands 11 times an otherwise impressive football physicalled us" in the final five offensive unit, while 5foot9 run- Dame, the varsity reserves host
,victory over the St. Louis Blues. !he lead hanged hands11 tierecord: a hard-luck 17-7 defeat at minutes to hang on for the win. ning back Gordon Bell should add Toledo on Nov. 6, then wrap up ary Anderson (prop)
Lemaire, who scored three goals before Dandridge hit a pair f ofof Notre Dame. Until then, the weary Wolver- some spark to the rushing attack Nov.a6athn wrap up John McManus (prop)
the hands o NowithDhis Uexplosivethmercuriallvstyle.,with a rematch against Michigan Larry Lucareli (hooker)
------- On Monday, the Wolverines will ines had sparkled on defense, hold- State at East Lansing on Nov. 12. Quentin Lawson (second row)
NIZA TION: be seeking vengeance for that loss ing the margin to 10-7 despite us-. In three games thus far, Bell has CBs tha hiCristopher Penoyar (second row)
when they travel to South Bend ing several players on both offense romped for 130 yards in only 31 Coach w i i ven Plato (wing forward)
for what should be a heated re- and defense due to a lack of elig- Cattempts and has scored twice, team - impr e wi d sm Chuck Drukis (wing forward)
ematch between the two grid pow- ible men. including a dazzling 83-yard punt xpei Cieland Child (scrum half)
s y m p ic c m m ittee eshandtwCoach enni Brown Now, the eager reserves, sport- return in Michigan's season opener. things continue to go well with John ohke (fly half)
'!j rsand oac Denis row Now th eaer rseres, por- Idefense indications are that this Chuck Holt (inside center)
couldn't be happier. ing a 2-1 mark with three games Fullback Dan Jilek should also season should be a,, extremely Ross Vickers (outside center)
A victory then would mend some remaining, are primed for the Irish prove a deadly threat to the Irish successful one for the younyMaize Ronsmith (wing)
ommendation of the committee enough." defensive line; the 6-foot-3, 205- s ueBradWhitmore (wing)
Neinas heads-formerly the NCAA Barnes' statement said the with- pound giant has 139 yards and two and Blue.
Olympic Committee-after that drawal means the NCAA will not "touchdowns to his credit in the
body charged that the USOC "has appoint representatives to USOC I I idiie AEiCk i II IS Wolverines' first three contests.
shortchanged America." committees noroffer financial as- F Although halfback Ed Gonzalez
"The NCAA. strongly supports sistance as an organization. did gre and ginble in the wave, doesn't look real impressive on the
the continuation of the Olympic It will recommend to its more Twas brilly on the borygroves, drie h statistics sheet, his clutch running
Games," Barnes said in a state- than 700 members that they not with that the Silver, epitome of justice and truth, guided his cosmic sparked Michigan to a 19-10 tri-
ment released at the news con- assist in fund-raising, but will surfboard through the wurthering hemisphere. Ah, the surfer was. umph over Purdue in the Reserves'
ference, "but the association no leave to each college, coach and puzzled by the mysteries that move men's minds. Born to trek the last outing, and Brown regards
longer can accept membership in athlete the'decision "to determine dregs of outer space, he in reality wandered through the obscurities him as great potential.
the United States Olympic Com- within their own conscience the of human consciousness, daring to champion the cause of those who But the real strength of this team
mittee until it is extensively re- extent to which they feel they can were meek. lies-where else?-in its superb de-
organized. support the USOC as it is organ- But pity metamorphosized into contempt as the sniveling urchins fense, and that spells trouble for
"Similar proposals have been be- ized at the present time." of the crass terran world constantly regarded the Christ-like benefactor Notre Dame. Led by middle guard
for almost 10NC ars Ech e te , tOllan Cassell, executive direc- with loathe and hate. All altruistic notions became but whimsical Tim Davis, the Wolverines have
for almost 10 years. Each time the (tor of the AAU and a former h given up but four touchrowns thus
council has told our delegates to Olympic gold medalist in track caprices as the surfer's soul was wracked with doubt and apathy. far, and seem to be improving
continue to strive for reorganiza- and field, said, "We greet with It was this very remorse that led him to the prognostic vision that week by week.
tion from within. concern the announcement by the pizza could be had for football predictions at 420 Maynard street. In Michigan's opening 16-9 win
"Not this time. We have had NCAA that it has elected to with- Armed with this esoteric knowledge he veered his immaculate board over arch-rival Michigan State, the
- - draw from this nation's Olympic on an eternl course through the vastness of the beckoning galaxies defense played a crucial role, hold-
movement. It is the feeling of the 1. Minnesota at MICHIGAN 10. Ohio at Western Michigan ing the Spartans scoreless until the
AAU that all responsible sports (pick score) 11. Florida St. at Auburn final quarter. After another admir-
bodies should, at this point, be 2. Illinois at Purdue 12. Colgate at Citadel able performance in a losing ef-
uniting in efforts to find solutions 13. Tulane at Georgia Tech fort to the Irish, the Wolverine de-
to the problems that confront the 3. Indiana at Northwestern 14. Clemson at Wake Forest fense stymied deep Purdue drives,
United States Olympic Committee." 4. MSU at Iowa 15. VPI at William and Mary again and again, capping the game
"The NCAA," he continued, "was 5. OSU at Wisconsin 16. Texas A&M at Baylor with a last-minute interception by rm mb ®u m


inextricably bound to the planning, 6. Bucknell at Davidson 17. Wichita St. at West Texas St.
processing and administration of 7. Yale at Cornell 18. New Mexico St. at Drake
the various United States squads 8. Lehigh at Gettysburg 19. Pacific at Idaho
that participated in Munich. By 9. VMI at Dayton 20. ASCE at the LIBELS
announcing their withdrawal now, ---.- -
some two months after the games !


are over, they can no more dis-
associate themselves from the
major role they played than any
other group holding membership
I in the USOC."

214 4

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Doily Photo by I LRKY McCAK I IT
MICHIGAN QUARTERBACK Dennis Franklin sprints around his
own left end as he led the Wolverines to a 10-0 victory over the
MSU Spartans here two weeks ago. Young Mr. Franklin is the

subject of a probing

Roger Rossiter feature on Page 8.

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