Thursday, November 2, 1972
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Page Nine l
Thursday, November 2, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By BOB HEUER
Remember the Indiana Hoos-
iers, vintage 1967?
Harry Gonso, John Isenbarger,
Jade Butcher and Co., better
known as the Kardiac Kids, pull-
ed out game after game for the
Rose Bowl bound Hoosiers with
their last-minute heroics.
A new breed of Kardiac Kids
has emerged for Indiana in 1972.
Only this year, the Kids are
named McNulty, Scolnik and
Byrnes, and the proverbial car-
diacs have taken their toll almost
equally on the Hoosiers and their
In three of Indiana's four wins
so far this year, the total margin
of victory has been a mere 13
points. In two of their three
losses, the total margin was only
Only against Wisconsin (a 33-7
win) and Ohio State (a 44-7 loss)
have the fans breathed easily in
the final minutes.
The Hoosiers started their sea-
son with a 27-23 edging of Min-
nesota. Texas Christian then
eked out a 31-28 decision when
a last-minute Indiana drive died
in TCU territory.
The Hoosiers' flair for the dra-
matic was firmly established the
following week against Kentucky.
After grabbing a 20-0 lead in the
first quarter, Kentucky parlayed
the Hoosiers' Lion-like defense
into a 34-28 lead.
A 70-yard touchdown drive and
subsequent conversion without
the aid of a kicking tee made it
35-34, Indiana. The lead held
when a 35-yard Kentucky field
goal attempt went wide in the
In the Hoosiers' latest debacle
last Saturday, an errant pass de-
flected off the hands of fresh-
man safety Quinn Buckner into
the grasp of Northwestern re-
ceiver Mitch Anderson. Anderson
scampered home for the winning
touchdown in the Wildcats' come-
Any hopes the Hoosiers might
MONTREAL REMAINS UNBEATEN:
Flames burn Detroit's Wings
By The Associated Press Jacque Lemaire and Marc Tardif The Knicks led 65-55 with 5:11
DETROIT-Two goals by Lew each scored two goals and Serge left in the third period but then
Morrison and superb goaltending Savard, Pete Mahovlich, and Yvon outscored the Kings 16-5 to break
by Dan Bouchard gave the sur- Cournayer scored one each. the game open at the end of the
prising Atlanta Flames a 4-2 Na- * * * third period.
tional Hockey League victory' over Sabres slashed Nate Archibald of the Kings, the
the Detroit Red Wings before I NBA scoring leader, was held to
11,344 stunned fans last night. TORONTO - The Toronto Maple a season-low of 19 points by the
Morrison scored the first of his: Leafs exploded for three second- defensive work of Earl Monroe
two goals to give Atlanta a 2-0 period goals in less than five min- and Meminger.
edge after one period and then utes and went on to defeat Buffalo
m a t c h e d Red Wing Marcel 7-1 last night for the Sabres first
loss of the National Hockey League Phllest i
Dionne's seventh goal of the season season. PHILADELPHIA-Forward Rudy
in the second period with his sec-* * * Tomjanovich scored 16 points in
ond counter of the game at 18:31. Tj ao eior ed te
Mickey Redmond gave Detroit Kings nepotized the final period and sparked the
hopewitha gol at57 scond ofHouston Rockets to a 108-104 vic-
hope with a goal at 57 seconds of OMAHA, Neb.-Walt Frazier hit tory over winless Philadelphia last
the third period, but Bouchard was 22 points, Dean Meminger added night.
equal to any further Red Wing, 21 and the New York Knicks routed Tomjanovich, who finished with
threats. the Kansas City-Omaha Kings 122- 23 points, started his streak of
Forward John Stewart sealed the 85 in a National Basketball Asso- eight straight buckets with 11:06
an empty net after a faceoff in iation game last night. left and gave Houston a 77-76 lead.
the final second of the game.
Broadways bombard Mets land Millan, Stone;
CHICAGO - The New York
Rangers scored three goals ina Kuhn hits Fley's wallet
span of three minutes and four
seconds in the second period and
then tightenedonkdefense to defeat By The Associated Press Howser later denied that he has
the Chicago Black Hawks 3-2 in a - cetdteRngr'mngra
National Hockey League game last NEW YORK-The Mets shipped accepted the Rangers' managerial
night. right-handed pitchers Gary Gentry reigns. * *
Chico Maki put Chicago in front and Danny Frisella to the Braves
at 17:20 of the first period when he in exchange for second baseman Finley fined
converted on Stan Mikita's pass Felix M i 1 1 a n and left-hander NEW YORK-,-Bowie Kuhn, com-
from behind the net. George Stone yesterday, missioner of baseball, has fined
But Rod Gilbert, Rod Seiling and "I feel this will stabilize the in- Charles 0. Finley, owner of the
Vic Hadfield beat Hawk goalie field," said Met Manager Yogi world champion Oakland Athletics,
Tony Esposito on consecutive shots Berra. "He's a consistent hitter. $2,500 for giving increased com-
midway in the second period to He's a good contact hitter, and pensation to Gene Tenace and Joe
secure the Ranger victory. 1tremendous with the double play." Rudi during the World Series.
* * * Gentry was 7-10 with a 4.01 earn- The commissioner said Finley's
Canadiens dub ed run average for the Mets last a'ction violated the baseball rule
PITTSBURGH - Montreal re- season. forbidding incentive payments.
mained the only undefeated team
in the National Hockey League lastOKll-Stars tabbed
night after drubbing Pittsburgh Ozark OKd ST. LOUIS-The Windy City cap-
7-1, the worst defeat ever suffered PHILADELPHIA-Danny Ozark, tured five spots on The Sporting
at home by the Penguins. a veteran minor league manager News' All-Star teams. Included are
A crowd of 10,472 watched as and third base coach of the Los Sox Dick Allen and Wilbur Wood,
Angeles Dodgers the last four and Cubbies Billy Williams, Ron
years, was named yesterday as Santo and Ferguson Jenkins:
S C 0 E manager of the hapless Philadel- Nearly 400 major league ball-
phia Phillies. players also named Allen and Wil-
*_* * liams the Players of the Year,
XHL Howser in? 'while Wood and Phillie Steve Carl-
Atlanta 4, Detroit 2 ton got the nods as Pitchers of the
Montreal 7, Pittsburgh i DALLAS-Dick Howser, current- Year.
N.Y. Rangers 3, Chicago 2 ly third base coach for the New Willie Stargell, Joe Morgan,
Toronto 7, Buffalo s York Yankees, supposedly will be Chris Speier, Cesar Cedeno, Ro-
NBA named manager of the Texas berto Clemente and John Bench
Houston 108, Philadelphia 104 Rangers within the next 24 hours. round out the NL aggregate.
New York 122, K.C.-Omaha 85 Mickey Mantle, former New The American League fields Rod
ABA York Yankee centerfielder, report- Carew, Brooks Robinson, Luis
San Diego 107, Memphis 101edyjiRa gr - Bo b ±~u er
Utah 122, Denver 113 edly will also jom the Rangers as Aparicio, Joe Rudi, Bobby Murcer,
Indiana 120, Virginia 109 a coach. Richie Scheinblum, Carlton Fisk
and .Gaylord Perry.
have of putting Michigan on the
ropes Saturday were set back
severely when quarterback Ted
McNulty and flanker Charley
Byrnes exited via the injury route
two weeks ago.
Flanker Glenn Scolnik still pro-
vides a threat to Michigan's sec-
ondary, but back-up signal-caller
Rod Harris completed only four
of eleven passes in engineering
Indiana's aerial-oriented attack.
McNulty, who underwent sur-
gery for torn knee ligaments
last week, was the Big Ten's
leading passer and almost a
shoe-in for all-league selection
before his injury in the Ohio
In his only other varsity ap-
pearance, Harris filled in ade-
quately for McNulty against Ohio
State, completing six of 13 passes
for 91 yards.
The Hoosier offense has defi-
nitely felt the sting of losing its
first string quarterback. In the
first five games, they averaged
over 26 points a game. In the
last two, they have managed
only seven and fourteen, respec-
The burden now on the shoul-
ders of coach John Pont is to
improve his running game which
heretofore has served much the
same function as the Michigan
Tailback Ken Starling and full-
back Mark Zellmer will supply
any rushing power the Hoosiers
can muster. Neither are among
the Big Ten rushing leaders.
Starling has gained 511 yards
in 123 carrier for a 4.1 average.
Zellmer will be making his first
start of' the season, replacing
Ken St. Pierre, who had picked
up 325 yards in 95 carries, aver-
aging 3.4 yards a lug.
Defensively, the Hoosiers have
been somewhat less than im-
pregnable. They have given up
an average of 23 points a game
with large chunks of yardage
coming on the ground.
The best way to move the ball
against Indiana is to run away
from middle linebacker Mike
Fulk. The 6-3, 235 pound senior
was named national lineman of
the week by the Associated Press
for his efforts against Syracuse
earlier in the season.
In that contest, Fulk single-
handedly crunched the Orange-
men to the tune of 18 unassisted
tackles and one pass interception.
Although the goat last Saturday
against Northwestern, Buckner
has also played consistently well.
A fine all-around athlete who
nearly came to Michigan, Buck-
ner returns kicks for the Hoosiers
and leads the team in intercep-
tions with three.
Overall, an injury-riddled of-
fense and so-so defense should
make the Hoosiers easy pickings
for the Wolverines this Saturday.
In fact, one wonders what exag-
erations Bo Schembechler will
employ to get his boys fired up.
If nothing else boysanother
"Kardiac" is the very last thing
the Michigan football team
INDIANA QUARTERBACK TED McNULTY (10) attracts trouble wherever he goes. In action last
year, Michigan defensive tackle Dave Gallagher (71) sacks the Hoosier signalcaller as Michigan de-
molished Indiana 61-7. Two weeks ago, Ohio State defenders put McNulty out of commission courtesy
of some torn knee ligaments. Michigan plays the McNulty-less Hoosiers this Saturday in Bloomington.
By BOB McGINN
There's a sparkle in Johnny
Orr's eyes these days as he
watches his team workout. He
won't admit that this group has
unlimited talent, or phenomenal
rebounding ability, or any of the
other expletives that are being
used to describe his 1972-73 edi-
tion of Michigan basketball. He
knows he does not have to.
I'm very, very pleased with the
squad's progress thus far," Orr
commented a f t e r Tuesday's
r u g g e d two hour practice.
"They've worked extremely
The emphasis so far has been
on defense and the fast break.
Each of the four coaches, Orr,
aige rs s
Jim Dutcher, Dick Honig, and
Bird Carter, are harping contin-
ually on the need to block-out on
the defensive board. Drills de-
signed to combine defensive re-
bounding, and the subsequent
outlet pass, are used frequently.
Offensively, Orr is working on
variations off the normal stack
set-up in order to free Campy
Russell at the low post. The
attack will feature Russell in-
side, and Co-captain Henry Wil-
The battle for starting berths
so far has been fierce. Seniors
John Lockard and Ernie Johnson
are fighting for the third front
line spot next to Ken Brady, the
other captain, and Russell. Orr
singled out "Lock" and "E" as
his charges who have shown the
Wilmore, meanwhile, has per-
formed exclsively in the back-
court, and he seems more comn-
fortable there than he did a year
Competing for the other guard
slot have been a quintet of good-
looking prospects. Soph Joe John-
son appears to have the inside
track, but nothing is settled yet.
Returning senior Greg Buss,
f junior Terry Tyler, sonh John
Kantner, and freshman Wayman
Britt are all definitely in conten-
John Bridges, who like Tyler
was suspended in 1971, is cur-
Buss' bid for regular duty has
been hampered by a sprained
ankle for over a week, forcing
" him to do little more than shoot
on the sidelines. He should be
back today, however.
Thus, front-line depth will be
provided by Lockard or John-
son, whoever doesn't start, along
with junior Jake Whitten and
sophs Billy Ayler and C. J. Ku-
pec. If the Wolverine, gridders
earn a Rose Bowl bid, Kupec, a
tight end, would probably be un-
available until January.
Several freshmen, b e s ides
Britt, have been working out
with the veterans, the most im-
pressive being guard Tom Kuz-
ma. Whether they will remain
with the varsity, or perform on
the Varsity Reserves, has not
Michigan opens its campaign
December 2 against Notre Dame
in Crisler Arena.
ATLANTA'S BILLY MACMILLAN signals a first period goal by
teammate Randy Manery in the Flames' 4-2 victory over the Detroit
Red Wings. The loss was the fourth straight for the on and off
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