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Saturdoyt February .5, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

SIXTH STRAIGHT LOSS

Badgers

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by

icers,

3-2

By BOB MILLER

It was close but no cigar for
the Michigan hockey team as
Wisconsin handed the Wolver-
ines their sixth straight defeat,
3-2, last night at Yost Ice Ar-
ena.
Badger Mike Meeker scored
twice, including the game win-
ner at 7:20 of the third period,
in a, fast moving, hard-hitting
game played before 4,124 appre-
ciative fans.

applying pressure to Michigan
goalie Rick Palmer and it paid
off as Meeker tied the game
at 1-1 for the second time.
The second period was much
like the first. Both teams came
out of the dressing rooms fly-
ing and the action never let up.
There were good scoring chanc-
es for each team, but only one
goal was scored in the period.
Mike Evans faked Palmer out,

of position, but hit the side of
the net, then Palmer made two
more saves on close-in shots.
Baretta got into. the act with
a picturesque stop of Gary Mor-
rison's hard drive and foiled De-
bol on a breakaway.
Palmer countered with a save
on Lundeen's breakaway, but
the same pair was involved in
the period's only goal.
Taking advantage of a re-

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MICHIGAN'S DAVE DEBOL checks an unidentified Wisconsin
action from last night's 3-2 defeat. The Bad gers handed theI
loss, and will try to make it a weekend sweep in tonight's;
BAD BACK BENCHES BAXTER:

Gage rs
By SCOTT LEWIS than m
With but one day to savor guard.
Thursday night's victory over But
the Hoosiers, Michigan must Miller
do battle with Ohio' State today about
at Crisler Arena. Three
The return match of the Jan- day for
ueary 24 battle gives the Buck- ter the
eyes their final shot at upset- ference
ting the Big Ten leading Wol- all ma
verines. In that first contest, "We'r
Michigan scored the final causet
points of the game in posting ence," s
a 92-81 victory, there b
But today Michigan will be players.'
without the services of guard One o
Dave Baxter, who hit all six 6-1 gua
of his shots on his way to six- Ohio St
teen points in the last Wol- ing 14
verine - Buckeye battle. which i
The lefty sharpshooter suf- formanc+
fered a contusion in his back ines. Ra
following a collision in Thurs- sistencY
day's game, and Michigan than 40
coach Johnny Orr is reluctant goal at
to start him today. Theo
Freshman Mark Lozier will forward
assume Baxter's duties as ter Jin
Michigan's third guard. Lozier Plymou
has seen very little playing time ris (6-6
this year, but Orr has enough den (6-
confidence in Lozier's ability ing five
to give him a chance, rather Bold

butt
ove Tom Staton back to'
Ohio State coach Eldon
also has no qualms
playing freshmen.
freshmen will start to-
r the Buckeyes, who en-;
game with a 2-6 con-
v record and 7-10 over-
rk.
e not playing them be-
they need theexperi-
said Miller. "They're out
ecause they are our best
f the first year players,
rd Kelvin Ransey leads
ate in scoring, averag-
.6 points per game,
ncludes a 19 point per-
ce against the Wolver-
amseyhas shown incon-
', however, hitting less
per cent of his field
empts this year.
other freshmen are 6-4
Tony Hall, and 6-7 cen-
m Ellinghausen from
th. Forward Terry Bur-
) and guard Larry Bol-
0) round out the start-
e. d
ien does most of the

Michigan scored first, less
than a minute into the gameo
when Dave Debol while slid' i 1.Wc.
ing on his knees, flipped the
puck high over Wisconsin
.< '"A:....goalie Julian Baretta.
The Badgers tied it up about
five minutes later, but the goal By PATI
. was disallowed because it was Last night the skill that
found that scorer Dave Lundeen ond in the country proved toc
b ~~was using an illegal stick tigeaasheIwHwk
"The maximum curvature for >. ing team as the Iowa Hawk
a blade is one-half an inch," downed the Wolverines, 27-8.
Daily Photo by ALAN BILINSKY said Michigan coach Dan Far- The victory came on the
n player into the boards in rell, "his (Lundeen's) stick was including a win by fall at h
Wolverines their sixth straight a banana blade." sion at 158 pounds.
7:30 p.m. rematch. Undaunted, Wisconsin kept WOLVERINE COACH Bi
istic, however. "I think we be
nesen said. "It shows how go
from one of the best in the
"I'm proud of all my guy
Big Ten title. Our match a
Wisconsin in two weeks. I th
be uls and Iowa," JIohannese
The match which the cr
ballhandling on offense. The see who they'll be playing," he pounds where Iowa's Chris C
Cleveland senior leads Ohio said. her one in the country, fac
State in assists and free He insists, though, that Joel : Michigan's Mark Johnson. Th
throw percentage. Thompson still remains an in-
The Buckeyes have no set tegral part of the team. The frontatin with Johnson show
game plan for today, as Miller junior forward definitely hasn't match ended, however, in a
prefers to vary his strategy as fallen into Orr's disfavor be- "JOHNSON SHOULD be
the game progresses. cause of his poor play as of "He controlled it."
"We'll go out and play the late. Iowa coach Dan Gable, a
best basketba w capay," "Joel plays better against self, commented, "Mark (Joh
he said. "We won't go into the a zone defense," emphasized stay even wrestling the way
game with a particular stra- Orr. "His outside shot helps they wrestled but I'm not out
tegy., If we can fast break we us against a zone. But against I think they didn't want to w
will, but we'll do anything as a man to man he isn't open danih.
long as it get the ball up the as much, and he's been hav- day nght.
corst." ing his problems. But he Both Johnson and Camp
cou ller expects to vary his hasn't lost his confidence, East-West dual meet Monday
defenses as much as his of- and I know he'll bounce back THE HAWKEYES' pin c
fense. As in the last encoun- again." when Iowa's John Bowlsby
ter, he will switch from a Coincidental with Baxter's in- into the match. Early on Bo
man to man to a zone de- jury is the revival of Rickey with Marsicano.
fene mny ime thougoutGreen. His performance Thurs
esemany times throughout daen~ospta es nl When Marsicano meets
the game. day showed that he's finally "WhhanennotMarsic as eet
As loose as Miller is with his back to 100 percent following Johannesen noted. "He was a
philosophy, Orr will stick with his back injury. Doug Anderson provided]
"We weren't playing as well at 158 pounds. Absorbing the
and running offense, in spite of w Rickey hurt," Orr said. >?shevski, who was.making hi
and runningoffenseCmns.ite t"But against Indiana we played ? Other Iowa victories wer
the close call in Columbus.- with g-qt intensity and we 18ponswta7-wi
He will wait until game time, worked so hard. That's the only 118 pounds with a 7-4 win
however, to decide the starter< way we can a d . one rated Steve Hunte (1mor
at forward next to John Robin- The last time Michig rout Rich Lubell, and Joe Amor
son. 'I'll decide as soon as I ed the opposition was back in 12-6 at 142.
January 17 at Iowa. Since then Hawkeyes Mike DeAnna
y Michigan's point differential ed their Michigan opponents
has been only 3.3 points per DeAnna's 6-4 win came over
" game, but Michigan has still coming off an injury, and Ste
Hoosiers of those 6 Harold King.
"I don't think we'll have any HARRY WAS perhaps
more routs," said Orr. "I said. 'If he had wrestled hi
formance," said a tired Lanier. can't even think of anybody The Wolverines gained a
"This was the best team that we're going to rout. By now the e Goodlow scoring an 8-7 win o
we've played, and we really put other teams know us too well. tough he is," Johannesen re
out. But it's the mark of a good those five quick points, but G
The Piston's "team effort" team that it can play just well Gable summed up the me
was enough to offset the Nug- enough to win."G s d h
gets' All-stars Dan Issel and Da- After all, the conference favored in the Big Ten, Mi
vid Thompson, who scored 38 chamn will finish with the most They gave us some tough ma
and 30 points respectively. victories, not the most points. be an edge. Michigan might
. BY JAMIE TURNER . ................. ... They held back in some si
:': hurt them," Gable added.
TE: Big 10 Standings The Michigan wrestlersf
Clright after the Ohio State bas
Conference All Games
W L W L XVMiY 'iM iN :?Aeai4
g ca e illcHIGAN 9 1 16 2
Purdue .. 8 1 1 4'
Minnesota ... 6 1 1SC O RES
Since today's game is a pre- Indiana 54 10___ ___ __ __
liminary to the men's game, Iowa 3 4 11 C B
the women will be playing in College Basketball
front of their largest crowd Illinois 3 6 11 10 North Carolina 98, Georgia Tech 74
this year. Michigan State 3 6 6 12 Princeton 56, Yale 42
Northwestern .. 3 7 5 14 Oklahoma 81, Kansas State 5
"This is definitely a positiveOhoSae26 71 Xavier 74, Rust 70
factor for us," Borders noted. Ohio State ...... 2 6 7 10 Michigan Tech 59, St. Cloud 55
"Wrasr or, largest crowd .Wisconsin 2 8 6 12 Holy Cross 114, Colgate 82
ereas our rgstbCornell 71, Harvard 61
this year has been betweenI Today's Games west virgina 91, Massachusetts 70
1,000 and 1,500, Saturday we Columbia 4, Dartmouth 61
will probably perform before Ohio State at MICHIGAN NBA
about6,000 TheDetroit 124. Denver ill
about 6,000. The girls enjoy Purdue at Illinois New York Nets 113, Phladelphia 112
playing in front of a big crowd Northwestern at Minnesota Cleveland 102, Kansas city 101
and it should help both the team Indiana at Michigan State Boston 99, Los Angeles 98
and the women's basketball pro- insin at Iowa Atate, NHL
rm, Wisconsin at Iowa Atlanta 6, Boston 3

w4S Blue
[CK RODE
comes with being ranked sec-
much for the Michigan wres-
keyes, leaders in the Big Ten,
strength of seven match wins>
eavyweight and a major deci-
ll Johannesen sounded optim-
at them on their feet," Johan-
od we are. We're not that far
country."
s. We're coming along for that
gainst Minnesota (today) and
ink that will show that it will
en added.
owd came to see was at 177
ampbell, currently rated num-
ced another top contender in,
he match was a defensive con-
ing a bit of an advantage. The
draw.
proud," Johannesen remarked.
n Olympic gold medalist him-
hnson) wrestled smart. He canr
he did. I didn't like the way
there. They wrestle so much,
aste 'themselves for next Mon-
pbell are participating in the
Y.
ame in the heavyweight match
pinned Mitch Marsicano 3:55
wlsby appeared to be playing
a big name, he clams up,"
bout the only one intimidated.":
Iowa with a 13-4 major decision
loss was freshman Bill Eva-L
is first start.
e contributed by Dan Glenn at
over Todd Schneider, number
who had a 5-0 victory against
e who defeated Karl Briggs,
and Greg Stevens also defeat-
at 167 and 190 respectively.
Ed Neiswender, who was just
vens' 2-1 victory came against
overconfident," Johannesen
s match, he would have won."
close win at 126, with Amos
on riding time. "It shows how
marked. "(Todd) Kriewall got
oodlow fought back."
et, "I said earlier, while we re
chigan will be right in there.
tches. Being number one might
have been more aggressive.
tuations and that might have
face Minnesota today at 4:30
ketball game.
} { .{

bound with Palmer sprawled
on the ice, Lundeen shot the
puck past ,the goalie to give
the Badgers a 2-1 lead.
The Wolverines deadlocked the
game only 28 seconds into the
third period.
Dan Lerg and Dan Hoene rac-
ed up the ice on a two-on-one.
Hoene's shot and Lerg's re-
bound shot were both blocked
by Baretta, but the Badger goal-
ie couldn't cover the puck and
watched helplessly as Hoene
stuffed the puck into the net.
Throughout the game both
teams put on an exhibition of
skating and hitting that pleas-
ed the small but noisy crowd
which included about 80 Bad-
ger Backers.
After the game Wisconsin
coach Bob Johnson gave his ob-
servations on the contest, the
third straight with a one-goal
margin of victory between these
two teams.
"We had good checking over-
all. The wingers assumed their
responsibilities real well.
"I thought we skated quite
well," said Johnson, then switch-
ing topics, "Palmer made some
key saves, but on some of our
better opportunities' we missed'
the net."
Johnson also talked about an-
other Wisconsin goal disallowed
during the game.

In the middle period Wiscon-
sin's John Taft skated in front
of the net, the puck hit him and
went into the net. After a brief
pause, the referee -waved the
goal off.
"He (the referee) signaled
it a goal, then he changed his
mind," Johnson said. "The
puck hit Taft's knee and went
into the net, Taft didn't direct
it into the net and I think
it should have, counted."
Farrell talked about the game
in a favorable tone. "We play-
ed as well as we can play and
if we keep it up, we're going
to give people trouble," he said.
"We got great goaltending and
super penalty killing."
Before last night's game, the
Badgers scored on 40 per cent
of their power plays, but were
stymied by the Wolverines all
eight times.
"The big thing now psycho-
logically is just to keep go-
ing," Farrell said in reference
to the six straight losses.
"We're in good spirits. Of the
six games, three have been
heartbreakers."
The Wolverines and the Bad-
gers conclude their two game
series tonight at Yost. Game
time is 7:30 p.m.

Blue Badgered

First Period

Scoring - M - Debol (Rob Pal-
mer, Miller) 0:51. W - Meeker
(Mark Johnson, Taft) 14:28. Penal-
ties - M - Lerg (cross-checking)
2:11. M - Miller (charging) 4:00.
M - Pacholzuk (holding) 6:03. W-
Lundeen (misconduct) 6:19. -M -
Turner (delay of game) 12:06. W -
Norwich (holding) 17:50.

Second Period
Scoring - WV - Lundeen (Ca-
pouch, Norwich) 4:27. Penalties
M - Morrison (hooking) 1:13. M -
Morrison (hooking) 15:28.
Third Period
Scoring - M - Hoene (Lerg) 0:28.
W - Meeker (M. Johnson, Grauer)
7:20. Penalties - M - Natale (in-
terference) 1:44. M - Turner (high-
sticking) 12:16........ ... ........

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SPORTS OF THE HAIL
Men gymnasts nip

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Special TeThe DWMY
In a meet determined by one-
tenth of a point, the Michigan
men's gymnastics team defeated
Indiana last night, 207.1-207.0, in
Bloomington.
"It was a, real pressure per-
formance," said an excited
Coach Newt Loken. "It's a tre-
mendous tribute to the whole
team."
NIGEL ROTHWELL turned in
a 52.7 all-around mark, including
a 9.0 in the floor exercise and a
9.2 in the vault. Co-captain
Chuck Ventura turned in a per-
sonal high of 9.15 in the pommel
horse on his way to a 47.65 all-
around score.
The high score of the meet
was turned in by Michigan's
John Carritore, who notched a
9.4 on the parallel bars. Chuck
Stillerman brought the floor ex-
ercise crown to the Blue gym-
nasts with a 9.2 point routine.
The real drama in the meet
came in the final event, the high
bar. Michigan was down by .15
of a point and the pressure was
on Doug Zahour and Bob Creek
as they started their routines.
Both teams. with identical 2-1
records, needed to win this event
to stay above .500.
The pair came through though,
Creek with a 9.2 and Zahour
with a 9.15 mark.
* * *
Piston power
Special To The Daily
DETROIT - The Detroit Pis-

tons, led by center Bob Lanier,
posted a big 124-111 'vin over the
Denver Nuggets, evening the
season series between the teams
at 1-1.
Lanier came through with an
AlP-star effort of 40 points, 21
rebounds, five assists and nine
blocked shots.
"I'M HAPPY with my per-,
HOST CHICAGO STA
Women fi
By CUB SCHWARTZ
With seven consecutive road
games at its back, Michigan's
women's basketball team re-
turns to Crisler Arena today to
take on Chicago State in an
11:30 game preceeding the
men's contest with Ohio State.
"Chicago State is a highly
respected team in the Chicago
area," said Wolverine coach
Carmel Borders. "I'm looking
forward to a very fast, aggres-
sive game."
The Cougars hold a 4-3 re-
cord, including a 54-38 loss to
Purdue in their only other Big
Ten contest.
"It is good to be home,"
said Borders. "The road
games are really tough.
Things should come together
for us now that we are back
at Crisler."

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