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Page 8-Sunday, February 12, 1978-The Michigan Daily
LOSE 13th OF LAST 14:
Icers drop

By BOB MILLER
Special to The Daily
DULUTH-Michigan's slump in
hockey is now "the slump" with a
capital 'T.'
Minnesota-Duluth saw to that last
rlight with a six to one victory over the
icers for a sweep of the two game series
after an eight to seven overtime trium-
ph on Friday.
WOLVERINE GOALIE Frank Zim-
merman did all he good to keep the Blue
in the game, but in the end Michigan
dropped its tenth straight WCHA road
contest.
Duluth took a 1-0 lead into the dress-
ing room after the first period. Curt
Giles powered home a slap shot on the
power play to give the Bulldogs the ad-
Vaitage. It was Giles' fourth goal in the
weekend series.
tZimmerman was the star of the
period as he stopped 20 Duluth shots,
rmany of them while sprawled on the
ice: There were times during the period
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that the Bulldogs kept total control of
the puck, swarmng four men deep in-
side the Icers zone. But Zimmerman
was equal to the task.
Purdue shocked
COLUMBUS-Kelvin Ransey led
a spurt of 17 unanswered Ohio State
points last night as the Buckeyes up-
set Purdue 91-77 in Big Ten basket-
ball.
The loss dropped the Boiler-
makers to 8-4 and into third place in
the conference behind Michigan
State and Minnesota.-AP
WHILE THE WOLVERINE netmin-
der did all he could to keep UMD off the
scoreboard, his teammates were
having no luck getting on the board.
Michigan took 11 shots on the
Bulldogs Rich Heinz, most of them

nother
strong shots in close, however, the,
Wolverines could not beat Heinz.
For the second straight evening
Michigan didn't look like a team
harrassed by a slump after the first 20
minutes. But as was the case Friday
night the Wolverines somehow
managed to louse up a number of
scoring opportunities, which would
have changed the complexion of the
game completely.
INSTEAD OF owning a large lead,
Michigan had to play catch-up hockey.
The crowd warmed up to the free-
wheeling affair as the second period
was mostly up and down action with
few whistles. UMD kept peppering
Zimmerman with blistering shots
which kept the fans enthralled
throughout the period.
Duluth's Stan Palmer scored his
second unofficial goal in two nights
midway though the period. Zimmer-
man was out of the crease after stop-

ping one Bulldog shot, but Palmer
picked up the loose puck and sent it
towards Michigan's open net.
TIM MANNING stepped in front of
the shot at the last moment preventing
the goal, but the red light went on
anyway. However, the referee
overruled the goal judge saying the
puck never went over the red line.
Two shorthanded goals on the same
penalty by John Harrington, in the
thrid period salted the game away for
Duluth. The icers are now in seventh
place.
'The Slump'
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1.-UMD -Giles (unassisted) 9:52.
Peanalties: UMD -Cleveland (elbowing) 7:45; M
- Hlampson (hooking) 8:42; M - Waymann (inter-
ference) 10:30; M - McCahill (high-sticking) 11:26;
UMD - Rothstein (high-sticking) 11:26; UMD -
Hedlund (interference) 1152; M - McCahilI (cross-
checking) t4:53; M-Kaa (hooking) 18:27.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. - UMD - Johnson (Giles, McDonald)
9:45; 3. - UM - Debol (Lerg, McCahill) 11:06,.4. -
UMD -Rothstein (Pavelich, Lempe) 9:03.
Penalties: UM - Debol. UMD - McCulloch
(roughing) 5:47; UMD - Johnson (highstick) 9:57;
UMD - Conroy (highstick) 13:54; UM - McCahilI
(elbowing) 18:20.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 5. - UMD - Harrington (hendrickson)
8:55. 6. - UMD - Harrington (Kalyk) 9:35. 7. -
UMD- Hendrickson(Madison, Mcnonald) 16:59.
Penalties: UMD - McDonald (cross checking)
8:05: M - Wheeler (hooking) 9:54; M - Thayer
(slashing) 16:13; UMD - Hedlund (slashing) 16:13.

6-1

Junior Spartans rout
listless cagers, 85-71

By BRIAN MARTIN
Last week Michigan's varsity reser-
ves lost to Michigan State in the closing
minutes because of the hustling play of
fiery Spartan guard John Haines.
Yesterday the Wolverines fell to the
Spartans because the entire MSU squad
outplayed Michigan for most of the
game, sending the Spartans back to
East Lansing with a 85-71 runaway.
"Wegot outhustled today," head
coach Dan Fife said. "When the ball's
loose and they (MSU) have three guys
going after it and we only have three
pairs of eyes, you don't get many."

It appeared that the Wolverines were
going to avenge the earlier loss to MSU
in the beginning of the contest, running
out to a quick 12-4 lead. But a Spartan
time out deflated Michigan's momen-
tum and aided by two consecutive Blue
turnovers, MSU fought back to take the
lead at 14-12.
The two teams traded baskets for the
following 15-minute span until Spartan
center Gerald Gilkie tipped in his own
missed stuff on his fourth try to put
MSU ahead to stay, 28-26.
In the remaining first half ticks on the
clock, the Spartans exploited their size
in close as Gilkie and forward Mike
Longaker, combined for ten straight
points to make the rest of the game
Blue uphill battle.
Wolverine guard Ray Owens put
together two 14-point halves to lead all
scorers with 28. The only other
Wolverine to reach double figures was
forward Chris Fielder, who added six
steals and nine rebounds to his ten poin-
ts.
Cold shooting hampered any
Michigan comeback attempts as the
Wolverines could only can 37 per cent of
their field goal attempts for the game.

Daily Photo by rt::T RSELINU
MICHIGAN'S TOM STATON (23) and Alan Hardy (42) and Michigan State's
Earvin Johnson (33) watch Michigan forward Mike McGee's (40) Iayup fall into
the basket for two of McGee's 24 points during the Wolverines' 73 to 62.1oss to.Mich-
igan State.

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By The Daily Sports Staff
The Wolverine men's swimming
team out-stroked Ohio State yesterday,
66-47, in what diving coach Dick Kim-
ball called "a close meet" with "some
fast times" and a hotly contested 3-
meter diving event that was decided by
a mere half point.
In that event Buckeye Kent Vosler
edged Michigan standout Matt Chelich
with a winning score of 213.85 against
213.8.
As usual, the Wolverine freestylers
were the decisive factor in the meet.
First places by Bob Murray (100 free in
a pool record 46.499), Fernando Canales
(200- and 500-free), and Kevin William-
son (1000-free) paced the tankers' vic-
tory. Another big contribution was
made by Paul Griffiths and Kevin
Morgan, who went 1-2 in the individual
medley and helped Scott Weir and Ric
Peper to a big win in the 400 medley
relay. Weir also placed first in the 200

backstroke with a time of 1:
The Michigan 400 free re
Canales, Griffith, Murray
Pederson set another pool re
winning time of 3:06.713
State was only able to ta
three races as well as bothd
ts.
* * *
Flom flys
Michigan's women's g
team concluded their jour
Big Ten Championships in
weekend by capturing four
the eight team meet with
129.5.
Michigan State domin
meet as expected takingf
with 137.84, Minnesota gra
ond with 131.56, while Ill
third with 130.08.
Wolverine sophomore &

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58:076. led the charge by toppling yet
lay team of another varsity record with her
, and Tom balance beam score of 8.47. Flom
ecord with a reached the individual finals in three
while Ohio events, vaulting, beam and floor
ke firsts in exercise while compiling an all-
diving even- around total of 34.6 which placed her
third behind Donna Silber of Ohio St.
[35.6] and Gail Fleischman of Illinois
[34.85].
Along with the third place in all-
ymnastics around, Flom also placed third in
ney to the vaulting and floor exercise and
y Iowa this seventh on the beam in the individual
th place in finals. Mia Axon was the only other
a score of Michigan tumbler to reach the
individual finals (top eight in the
hated the team competition) with a vaulting
first place score of 8.63 Friday and 8.25 Satur-
abbed sec- day to finish seventh.
linois was
lioi ws Turnblers second
ara Flom Michigan's men tumblers were
also in Iowa this weekend for the Big
Ten Quadrangular. The tumblers
Pt, placed second to Illinois with a 386.2
total to the Illini's 399.4. Wisconsin
placed third with 364.4, while host
Iowa scored 312.8.
Junior captain BobCreek took the
Lii only first place for the men with a*
Jazz sliced combined compulsory and optional
o five at the total of 18.05 in high bar.
Other strong performances for the
Detroit lead team were turned in by Nigel Roth-
-75, despite well who finished second in the
nt shooting all-around and Jim Varilek who took
inter Joe C. second in floor exercise and fifth in
Jazz sinking vaulting.

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Lanier hits 41, sn

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Piston
By SCOTT M. LE
Special to The Da
Bob Lanier was at his be
scoring a season-high 41 p
a four-game Piston losing
106-96 victory over the P
Jazz at Cobo last night.
Lanier's total marked
time in eight games that
center has scored thirtyc
ts. Eric Money and M.L. C
Piston cause, with 21 at
respectively.
THE PISTONS domina
dle, Lanier and Carr doing
damage. When Lanier %

losing strea
WIS with 3:19 left in the half the
ily a twelve-point Piston lead t
est last night, intermission 52-47.
oints to snap After three quarters theI
streak with a had been narrowed to 76
New Orleans New Orleans' 31.5 per ce
from the floor. Back-up ce
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t the Detroit ten points that neutralized L
or more poin- THE LEAD seesawed thn
arr aided the fourth period, before Lan
nd 19 points gave Detroit a comfort
margin with 1:15 remaining
ted the mid- James McElroy's 27 poi
g most of the star Leonard "Truck" R
vas removed points and 15 rebounds pac
who have now lost three stra

Lanier.
roughout the
pier's layup
able 102-96
nts and all-
obinson's 23
ed the Jazz,
aight.

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College Basketball
Michigan State 73, MICHIGAN 62
Minnesota 78, Iowa 65
Wisconsin 80. Illinois 73
Indiana 86, Northwestern 62
Ohio State 91,. Purdue 77
Georgetown 83, Detroit 82
Syracuse 74, West virginia 73
Maryland 80, C'lemson 75
Miami, 0 82, WV. Michigan 61
Kansas 75. Kansas St. 63
North Carolina 74, Rutgers 57
Okahoma63.Colorado 52
Indiana State 102, Tulsa 70
Marquette 76. Air Force 59
Arkansas 77. TCU 57
CMU 86,Kent State 79
N. Carolina St. 88, Wake Forest 77
Missouri 74. Nebraska 52
NBA D wetroit 106, New Orleans 96
New York 13:3, Milwaukee i l

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