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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, December 12, 1972

UAC PRODUCTION
COME ON OUT AND PARTY
withI
SALMGUNDI
inf
"AFTER CLASSES BASH"

HOCKEY CRAZY

Badger

icers

score

big

By FRANK LONGO tators when it comes to rabidity, high points of these last three
You have to see it to believe it. loyalty, and the like. years."
Sure, there has been lots of talk But you have to see it to believe But the enthusiasm, who can ex-
about how the University of Wis- it. plain it?
consin has gone bananas over hock- To say the hockey program at "This year all the seats are re-
ey the last couple of years . . . Wisconsin is flourishing would be served," said Gary Ciepluch, stu-
and about how they have a beauti- a bit of an understatement. But dent manager of the Varsity Band
ful new arena that seats over 8,000 what does it entail? which plays for all the home
fans as well as being convertible The Badgers returned to inter- games.
for other events. collegiate. hrckev comnetition in ;

DEC. 14-9 PM. to 12pm.
UNION BALLROOM
$1 at the door

For bookings call
A&A Productions
769-0800

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. . . And about how the average
attendance for Wisconsin h o m e
games is something like 8500 . . .
and about how the fans can be
likened to Ohio State football spec-
ANTIQUE3
ReproductionsI
POCKET
WATCHES
$25 to $50k
CAMPUS JEWELERS
In Ann Arbor Since 1952
71 . Universit
665-4355

1963 after an absence of 28 years, seats were sold on a general ad-
and it has been uphill ever since. ms iots bass ople neald ar-
In 1969 Wisconsin became the ninth mission basis people would start
team to join the WCHA, and finish- standing in line at 10 a.m. They'd
ed fourth in its first year. All pre- let them stand inside so people
vious first-year teams had finish- came in and made a party of it all
ed last. day long."

Coach Bob Johnson led his teams
to a minimum of 20 victories in
each of the three subsequent years,
climaxed by last year's second
place finish (Denver won the title
on the season's final weekend), Big
Ten championship, and third place,
finish in the NCAA tournament.
Everybody around town seems
to be caught up in the fever this
year, and for good reason. The
Badgers are in the midst of what
could be their best season ever,r
owning an 11-1 mark with all the
victories coming in succession. The
two victories over Michigan this
weekend (by scores of 6-3 and 10-
4) were merely a stepping stone to
prominence, as it were.
Says Athletic Director Elroy
Hirsch: "I've seldom seen a group
of fans like we have at our hockey
games. Their enthusiasm for the
Badgers is what we want to see
throughout our athletic program
t Those Coliseum sellouts and
the record turned in by Coach

Heel-Toe!
Attention, aspiring racewalk-
ers: Three free clinics in race-
walking techniques will be con-
ducted at Waterman Gymnas-
ium this week and next. Bill
Weigle, current national champ-
ion in the 50 kilometer walk, and
a contestant in the r e c e n t
Olympic Games in Munich will
r conduct the clinics, to be held
{ Wednesday, Friday and n e x t
Monday. Each session will begin
at 11:45 a.m. They're open to
anyone interested, so why n o t
drop by? Besides, they a r e
free.
Getting the crowd fired up for
the game itself, as easy a job as
that may seem tosbe, is the func-
tion of the Band. -Fifty or 60 musi-
cians out of a pool of about 75, all
of whom are members of the Wis-

each game. They begin playing
about a half-hoer before the open-
ing face-off and provide between
periods entertainment as well as
leading various cheers and chants
to start the crowd in action.
The red-and-white blazered en-
semble is directed by Professor
Mike Leckrone, who also directs
the Marching Band and is partly
responsible for the band's revival
at hockey games. Proviously, it
performed only at basketball gam-
es. "I'm kind of a sports fanatic
myself," he explains.
Whatever it is that gets people
to show up, it works, as the band
members, at least, arrive almost
an hour before game time, scramb-
ling to get the best seats of the
allotted group, and putting their
music in order.
The big thing is, of course, that
everybody loves a winner and at
Madison they sure have one. And
it shows no signs of stopping now.
The Badgers certainly don't have a
veteran team, with a majority of
freshmen and sophomores on their
roster, which spells nothing but a
bright future in Madison. Dave Pay,
who scored four goals Saturday, is
only a freshman.
Michigan took only one senior
to Wisconsin, so maybe that spells
a bright future, too. But it doesn't
spell anything at the present. Not
with a 2-10 record, anyway. Well,
now the Wolvesttake a break from
WCHA play until January. They
certainly won't be expecting any
rest when the time comes to turn
on the full steam again, for it will
be a long hard road back if they
don't want to be left out in the
cold.

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AP Photo
One in the gut!
MIAMI'S JIM KIICK cradles the ball after receiving a pass from
Dolphin quarterback Earl Morrall in Sunday's 23-13 victory over
the New York Giants. The Dolphin victory was their 13th straight,
and they need only one more win - against Baltimore Saturday -
to become the first undefeated team in the National Football Team
since the 1934 Chicago Bears squad.

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Johnson's squad are among the consin marching band, show up for

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WASHINGTON (I)-Coach George
Allen said yesterday the Dallas
Cowboys used an illegal play to
cut down his Washington Redskin
linebacker, Jack Pardee, in last
Saturday's National F o o t b a 11
League game.
Allen said flanker Lance Alworth
Switzer
turns down
MSU post

moved forward when he went in The Washington Star-News quot-
motion, as opposed to going back- ed Pardee, the Redskins left line-
ward, and then charged into Par- backer, as saying the Cowboys
dee before the ball was snapped. set up strong to the right with
"It's something designed to hurt tight end Mike Ditka or Jean
a player and I don't think it's Fugett lined up on he side along
needed in football," Allen insisted. wih Walt Garrison, who is set as
a wingback. Alworth goes in mo-
A spokesman for the NFL said tion.
that, as in all such situations, the
league would review films of the "As the ball is snapped, he (Al-
game before issuing any comment, worth) is coming forward right at
but added that no action against my knees," Pardee said. "It's 11-
Dallas could be expected. "He (Al- legal for a man in motion to block
len) can criticize officiating all he in on a man on the line."
wans to, as long as he does it to Allen said it was the first time
us," the spokesman said. he sad seen the play used in four
The play, which was used for or five years.
the first time in the Cowboys' 34- "It's a cheap block," said Allen.
24 victory, consisted basically of "It's a very vicious block.

4.
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NORMAN, Okla. (M) - Assistant
Coach Barry Switzer withdrew his
name from consideration as head
football coach at Michigan State
and will stay at Oklahoma Univer-
sity, he said yesterday.
"I'm very appreciative and hon-
ored that they would consider me
for the position," he said. "But
after returning from a visit to the
campus I spent several days de-
liberating what would be best for
me and my family. I feel it is ad-
visable for me to remain at my
present position at the University
of Oklahoma.''
Switzer, in charge of Oklahoma's
wishbone offense, was one of sev-
eral coaches being interviewed by
Michigan State to replace Duffey
Daugherty.

a crack-back block by Alworth,
who is sent in motion.
Allen said the Cowboys used thet
play at least four times in the
first half, including a touchdown
run by Calvin Hill on whichPardee
bruised a knee. Pardee stayed in
the game after the play, but then
did not play in the second half. i

"John David Crow used a play
like that against Deacon Jones and
clipped him when I was with the
Rams," said Allen. "He told his
coach he didn't want to do it any
more.
"If the officials had seen it and
called it, it would have been an
illegal block," said Allen.

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, Professional League Standings

NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division

Cleveland vs. K.C.-Omaha at Omoha
Los Angeles at Portland
Philadelphia at Baltimore
Only games scheduled

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Boston
New York
Buffalo

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AS YOU LIKE iT!
NEW TRENDS FOR 1973
TRIMS-S HAGS
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Houston
Cleveland
Chicago

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NY Rangers
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Toronto
Vancouver
NY Islanders

western Conference
Midwest Division

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18 7
18 8
14 8
9 14
8 17
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39 130 91
39 111 74
35 106 86
23 91 92
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Detroit

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19 9 .679
16 15 .516
13 14 .462

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Los Angeles 23 4
Golden State 17 10
Phoenix 13 17
Seattle 10 22
Portland 6 22
Today's Games
Houston at Buffalo
Atlanta at New York

5% Chicago
6 Minnesota
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
Pittsburgh
6 Atlanta
111/% St. Louis
1512 California
17%

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St. Louis at New York Islanders
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