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Friday, November 14, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine I

Friday, November 10, 1972 THE MCHIGAN IDAILY Page Nine

Icers

duel

Irish

Bruins

belt Wings, 8-3;

By ROBIN WAGNER-
South Bend, Ind. Notre D'ame.y
The very thought of travelling therete htg
to compete with the Fighting Irish
has rendered some coaches psy-
chologically unstable. Other men. s pr t
tors, after appraising the dubious
situation, have been discovered NIGHT EDITOR:
cringing in corners, dreaming of
refurbished youth and just' one BOB McGINN
more chance.
At least in the football world,
this state of affairs holds true. In back from a porous, unskilled blue-
a safe, though not particularly line contingent which rendered an
friendly rink this weekend, Coach atrocious 5.3 goals per game in the,
Al Renfrew and his Wolverine last WCHA race.
hockey road show hope to prove Irish mentor Charles Smith cap-
its falseness when applied to their suled the obvious by explaining,
sport. "If we are to be a contender, our
That's right. Notre Dame sets the defense must improve. We were
s t a g e for Michigan's premier too offensive minded last year.
hockey engagement away from These aspects of our game will
home in the. current WCHA cam- improve through time."
paign. The Irish, not exactly boast- Notre Dame's offense, producers
ing about a 10-16 mark a year ago, of 5.4 goals every three periods
-finished eighth in the conference. last season, returns eight familiar
This season, however, Notre faces to entertain the devout,
Dame's pucksters could reap far hometown hockey supporters. A
greater rewards. The home team first line, centered by senior John
opened the present schedule split- Noble and flanked by juniors Eddie
ting a two-game set with Bowling Bumbacco and Ian Williams, which
Green. Demonstrating a powerful gets "turned on" by turning on the
offense but inadequate defense, the red light should dispose of the
Irish won 9-3 and fell, 9-5. rightse
scoring bulk.
MARK KRONHOLM, guardian of CENTER PAUL RAGAN and
the nets, highlights a list of 15ind
lettermen returning to don skates I
for another winter. The junior per- Keating compose the second line.
formed the goalie chores on 12 Conroy, Mike Dunphy and Ray De
occasions last year. The Irish's third trio features
The success of Notre Dame's lorenzi.
hockey fortunes this season rest in One "thorn in the side" of Notre
large part on the shoulders of the Dame hockey a winter ago is the
Irish defense. Six lettermen are haunting statistic of 12 one-goal!

defeats. This much needed area
of improvement was attributable
to its offense's inconsistency and
inability to tally in the clutch. Ac-
cording to Coach Smith, "With a
year's experience and a more ma-
ture club, this displeasing statistic
should take care of itself."
A notable contradiction in the
hockey contingents of Notre Dame
and Michigan this season is thej
role of freshmen. First-year men
are nonexistent on the Irish roster.
The Wolverines, on the contrary,
carry 40 per cent freshmen.

MICHIGAN'S RENFREW, wit-
ness to Notre Dame's victory,
chose his words carefully in assess-
ing his coming opponents. He ar-
ticulated, "They are a physical,
strong and aggressive bunch. We
will definitely have to stay on the,
ice to defeat them."
Reviewing the Wolverines' er-
ratic performance over the week-'
end, Renfrew pointed out that "our:
goaltending and defense were good,
but we didn't shoot enough. We,
hesitated too long on offense while
making our plays.'
So the stage is set for 8 p.m.
action tonight at Notre Dame.
Michigan's pucksters battle WCHA
rival the Fighting Irish with high
hopes of improving on their 1-1
record. If, however, their hopes
come tumbling down and early
next week murmurings like "Oh,
how I wish I was young again!"
are faintly heard exuding through
the walls of the Athletic Depart-,
ment, don't give it a second
thought. Just chalk it up to a,
little town named South Bend.
f {
See1

Knicks edge
By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Phil Esposito scored
his ninth and 10th goals of the This
season and assisted on three others
last night in helping the Boston
Bruins to an 8-3 National Hockey HOCKEY-at N
League victory over the Detroit WATER POLO-
Red Wings.I
Esposito, the NHL's defending FOOTBALL-at
scoring champion, tipped in a back- HOCKEY-at N
hander for his ninth goal after just
1:18 of the first period to ignite RUGBY-OUNT
the Bruins to an easy victory. CROSS COUNT
( Mike Walton hit on a long shot WATER POLO
a few seconds later and Esposito
cashed in on a power play for a VARSITY-RESE
3-0 Boston lead at 4:27 of the-
opening period, before Guy Charroi
Hodge, playing on a line with taine tallied for De
Esposito, had five assists. * *
Mickey Redmund averted a shut-
out for the Red Wings early in the Knicks knock
AP Photo second period, but Johnny Bucyk NEW YORK-Bob
nasses on and Wayne Cashman struck back unable to control t
I for goals for the Bruins. a free throw by Geo
d fedora, George "Potsy" Clark, the In the third period, Cashman, three seconds to go
.ch, is shown pondering action in one playing with a slight bone fracture lowing the New Y
hs. Clark died yesterday in LaJolla, in his lower back, made it 6-1 with hang on for a 101-9S
help from Hodge and Esposito, ketball Association
the Atlanta Hawks.
HARDEN ELLIS OUT Remaining unbeat
9 Knicks recorded

Weekend in Sports
TODAY
otre Dame.
-at Indiana, Mid-West Conference Championships
TOMORROW
Iowa
otre Dame
i of Ohio, 2:00, Palmer Field
'RY-at Bowling Green, District Championships
-at Indiana, Mid-West Conference Championships
SUNDAY
RVE FOOTBALL-at Michigan State

by

Ha wks

Potisy
Donning his infamous batterei
original Detroit Lion head coa
of his many coaching triumpt
California at the age of 78.

in and Len Fon-
troit.
*
Christian was
the rebound on
orge Trapp with
last night, al-
York Knicks to
9 National Bas-
victory over
en at home, the
their seventh

Injury hex hits Blue

The completion of yesterday's
practice session brought some good
news and some bad news for the
Michigan football team.
It was determined after practice
that starting middle guard Greg
Ellis will not make the trip this
weekend for the game against the
Iowa Hawkeves. Ellis suffered a
hip pointer at Indiana last week.
Junior Walt Sexton will start in
place of Ellis, and Dkon Warner is
making the trip as his backup

lined sophomore defensive back
Linwood Harden. With the back-
field already decimated by in-
juries, Coach Jim Young has
been forced to make a few per-
sonnel switches with the thigh
injury to Harden.

bruising fullback Ed Shuttlesworth
practiced yesterday for the first
time since he sprained his ankle
last week. Although not running at
top speed, he w4s effective enough
for the coaches to take him along
as the backup to Bob Thornbladh,

Madison Square Garden victory
b e h i n d a second-half comeback
sparked by Walt Frazier.
Frazier scored 15 of his 35
points in the fourth quarter when
he also grabbed five rebounds
and passed for. four assists. He
passed off to Earl Monroe for
a 94-92 New York lead, then
sank two free throws and set up
Bill Bradley for an open jumper.
That gave the Knicks a 98-92
lead with 1:36 remaining.
Two seconds later, the Hawks
called time out, violating a new
NBA rule that prohibits a time out
in backcourt after the ball is in-
bounded in the final two minutes.
Atlanta Coach Cotton Fitzsim-
mons protested and referee Richie

Powers called a technical foul.
Bradley sanked the free throw for
a 99-92 lead that wilted when Her-
man Gilliam, a 20-point scorer, and
Lou Hudson, who had 23, directed
an Atlanta comeback that fell
short.
Willis Reed made his first start
for the Knicks since last Nov.
11. He played 17 minutes, did
not score, and had trouble run-
ning.
* * *
Sabre stalemate
BUFFALO - The Buffalo Sabres
and California Golden Seals played
to a 0-0 tie in the National Hockey
League last night.
It was the first scoreless tie in
Buffalo's M e m o r i a 1 Auditorium
since the Sabres entered the.NHL
in 1970.
Flyers flutter
PHILADELPHIA - The Phila-
delphia Flyers scored three times
in the first 7:33 of play and held
on for a 5-3 victory over the Chi-
cago Black Hawks last night.
The Flyers were led by center
Rick MacLeish's three goals, the
final one pulling the game out of
danger after the Black Hawks had
cut the Philadelphia lead to 3-2.

Roy Birks will still start at WnO w111 st[rt the game
short-side halfback, but in case of The switch enables Larry Gus-
an injury to him, wolfman Randy tafson to return to his wingback
Logan will step in. In that event position after spending the past
Dave Zuccarelli will play wolf and week as the replacement for Thorn-
his beakup will be Mark Jacoby, bladh.
who vvillhe bedrssin at an awa v I

m1anl gVI 1II UUia
An injury that may have deen- game for the first time.
er overtones is one that has side- On the brighter side of the coin,
John Men elt joins Pistons;
Delaware maintains poll lead
By The Associated Press
0 DETROIT--Second-year guard John Mengelt was acquired, by'
the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association yesterday
from the Kansas City-Omaha Kings in exchange for the second-round4
draft choice the Pistons acquired in an earlier trade with Buffalo.
To make room on the roster Detroit released guard Harvey Marlatt.
It was the second time the former Eastern Michigan University star
was dropped by the Pistons, the other time being last December after
11 years with the team.
The 6-foot-3 Men gelt, who set a three-year scoring average record'
of 24.8 points a game at Auburu University, averaged 10.3 points as}
a rookie last year with the Cincinnati Royals-who became the Kings
this year. In 12 games this season he averaged 5.1 points.
0 NEW YORK-Delaware, with an 8-0 season record, maintained
its No. 1 ranking yesterday in the weekly Associated Press college
division poll.
The Blue Hens, on top for all but two weeks in the rankings,
received 10 first-place votes from the national panel of 15 sports
writers and broadcasters, and compiled 78 points.
Louisiana Tech drew four first-place votes and 240 points, to
continue in the second spot. Tech is 9-0.
O NEW YORK-The U.S. Olympic Committee tendered a con-
ciliatory hand yesterday to the National Collegiate Athletic Association,
which withdrew from the organization last month.
Clifford Buck, USOC president, sent a telegram to Earl F. Ramer,
president of the NCAA, inviting the NCAA to define problem areas and
corrections needed to bring- the college group back into the Olympic
fold.

The emphasis during yester-
day's drills was on the kicking
game, one of the areas where
the Wolverines may be a little
weak. One of the stronger points
of that game went awry against
the Hoosiers as Barry Dotzauer's
booming punts were returned for
an average of 15 yards.
The Wolverines will work out in
the Hawkeyes' Kinnick Stadium
this afternoon after arriving in
Iowa City shortly before noon by
chartered plane.
Meanwhile, in the Hawks' camp,
Coach Frank Lauterbur named
freshmap Butch Caldwell as his
starting quarterback for tomor-
row's game. "Butch has done a
fine job, and I think after the
showing he made at Wisconsin last
weekend and the good week's prac-
tice, he deserves the starting nod,"
he said.

ENJOY TOMORROW'S (and every) GAME OF
MICH IGAN
FOOTBALL
WITH THE BEST PLAY-BY-PLAY
Andy Golding-Randy Kalish-Dove Steinmetz
STUDENTS WITH A PROFESSIONAL SOUND
PREGAME-2:10 P.M. GAME TIME-2:25 P.M.

Daily Photo by DENNY GAINER
MICHIGAN FORWARD GARY KARDOS (12) digs for the puck with several North Dakota players
in last Saturday's 6-0 loss to the' Fighting Sioux. Coach Al Renfrew's crew hope to erase memories of
that contest tonight when they tangle with Notre Dame. The Irish are vastly improved from a year
ago, and promise to provide rugged opposition.

Professional League Standings

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NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
w L Pet.
Boston 11 1 .917
New York 12 2 .857
Buffalo 3 10 .231
Philadelphia 0 14 .000
Central Division
W L Pet.
Housbon 7 5 .583
Atlanta 7 7 .500
Baltimore 6 7 ..462
Cleveland 4 11 .267
Western Conference
Midwest Division
W L Pet.
Milwaukee 10 2 .833
Chicago 8 4 .667
KC-Omaha 6 7 .462
Detroit 4 8 .333
Pacific Division
W 'L Pet.
Los. Angeles 11 3 .786
Golden State 9 3 .750
Phoenii 6 5 .545
Seattle 4 9 .308
Portland 1 11 .083
Yesterday's Games
New York 101, Atlanta 99
Only game scheduled

GB
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GB
2
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Utah
Indiana
San Diego
Dallas

West
W L Pct, GB
10 6 .625 -
9 5 .610 -
8 6 .571 1
4 7 .364 3j

Yesterday's Games
virginia 134, Indiana 126
New York at Utah, inc.
Only games scheduled
NHL

Montreal
NY Rangers
Buffalo
Boston
Detroit
Toronto
Vancouver
NY Islanders
Los Angeles
Chicago
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Minnesota
Atlanta
St. Louis
California

East
W L
10 1
9 4
6 2
7 6
7 5
5 7
4 9
2 9
West
W L
9 6
7 7
7 6
7 7
653
5 7
2 6
2 8

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6
2
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Pts
24
19
18
16
15
12
9
5
Pts
19
16
16
15
14
13
9
8

Gf
60
54
42
66
46
40
39
29
Gf
60
53
46
52
39
30
33
37

Ga
26
38
30
57
38
45
56
60
Ga
48
50
49
51
3:3
50
42
53

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8 .500 21,
7 .417 3%Y
8 .385 4
10 .231 6

Yesterday's Games
Boston 8, Detroit 3
Buffalo 0, California 0 4(tie)
Philadelphia 5, Chicago 3
Only games scheduled

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