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Saturday, February 12, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, February 12, 1977 Ti-IL MICHIGAN DAILY

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MANERY SETS RECORD IN

6-2

WIN:

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By RICK MADDOCK
Kris Manery ripped the nets
for a hat trick last night at
Yost Ice Arena, and led the
Wolverine icers to a 6-2 win
over Denver, snapping a seven-
game skid.
Manery became Michigan's
all-time leading goal scorer at
12:09 of the third period. He
sent home his 99th career goal,
which vaulted him ahead of An-
gie Moretto and Neil Celley.
THE SCORE was 4-2 in Michi-
gan's favor when Greg Natale
passed the puck to Manery,
who then swept the puck past
Denver's goalie Ernie Glanville.
The Michigan bench cleared to
congratulate Manery, as the
crowd of 4,125 rose for a stand-
ing ovation.
"I just kind of half shot it
and half directed it," Manery
said. "I score a lot of goals
like that."
"I was pleased to see Kris
break through that barrier. Cer-
tainly he's got to be one of the
all-time greats at the univer-
sity," Michigan hockey coach

Dan Farrell said.
"HE'S SCORED six goals in
the last two games," Farrell
continued. "When Kris scored
the goal, that kind of broke it
(the game) open. It made it
5-2."
The victory shot the Wolver-
ines into a tie with North Da-
kota for fourth place, one point
behind Denver. Michigan Tech
lost to Wisconsin 8-4 and Notre
Dame dropped North Dakota
6-S. If those results repeat them-
selves tonight, added with a
Wolverine win, the local icers
would be in third place.
"They (the Wolverines) beat
us to the punch," Denver hock-
ey coach Murray Armstrong
said. "They beat us in every
phase of the game.
"LET'S FACE IT," Armstrong
continued, "they're the toughest
team for us. Even if we beat
them tomorrow night I hope we
don't see them again this year."
Denver scored the initial goal
of the game at the 5:04 mark.-
Doug Berry skated from behind
the net and passed out .to the,

right - front side where Mark
Davidson swept the puck by
Michigan goalie Rick Palmer.
"When I saw that first goal
go in for Denver I said, 'here
we go again'," Farrell said.
But the Wolverines didn't let
their coach think about that goal
for long. Kip Maurer took a pass
from Dave Debol, who was be-
hind the net, and sent the puck
into the right side of the net.
The power play goal came 1:03
after the Denver tally.
THE PIONEERS never led
again. Manery received a half-
rink pass from John Waymann,
and broke for the goal. He skat-
ed down on a breakaway and
whizzed the puck past Gland-
ville's left side.
The score at the end of the
first period was 2-1, and the
two teams managed the same
output for the second period.
Manery's second goal came on
a power play. Debol skated the
puck past the defensemen.
Glanville blocked his shot, but
Manery grabbed the rebound

p rioneers
and poked the puck in at 1:42., took a slap shot which was par-
'No one scored again until tially deflected by Bill Thayer.
18:33. Rob Palmer took a slap The puck then dribbled into the
shot which Glanville made a post and caromed' in.
stick save on. Bill Thayer grab-
bed the deflection, and flipped "WE GOT OURSELVES into
the puck in. a little trouble there that last
minute. It was just a little care-
Michigan appeared to have a lessness," Farrell said.
4-1 lead going into the locker
room after twoprid.Hw Goalie Ruck Palmer played a
e periods. How- tough game in the cease. He
ever, Denver came up with a had strong support from his de-
goal at 19:39. Gordon Gibson fense and the penalty killers.

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On the r
First Period
Scoring - D Davidson (Berry)
5:04. M - Maurer (Debol, Natale)
6:07. M - Manery (Waymann, Rob
Palmer) 10:57.
Penalties -- D - Messier (slash-
ng) 5:28. D - Sandbeck (interfer-
ence) 6:52.
Second Period
Scoring - M - Manery (Debol,
Natale) 1:42. M - Thayer (Rob Pal-
mer, Maurer) 18:33. D - Gibson
(Campbell, Belcourt) 19:39.
Penalties - D - Hudson (elbow-
ing) 0:32. MI - Turner (boarding),
3:21. M - Turner (high sticking)
7:32. D-Sandbeck (elbowing) 11:34.1
M - bench (too many me) 12:21.1
M - Kawa (tripping) 14:48.

oad again P
Scoring - M - Manery (Natale)
12:09. M - Debol (Rob Palmer, Me-
Cahill) 16:38.
Penalties - D - Davidson (trip-
ping) 4:39. M - Coffman (rough-
ing)' 9:20. D - Sandbeck (charging)
11:27. M - Debol (hooking) 11:53.
M - Turner (roughing) 14:35. D -
Zajac (roughing) 14:35. M - Lerg
(elbowing) 15:39. D-Schnarr (high-
sticking) 15:39.
Scoring by periods
MICHIGAN............ 2 2 2-6
DENVER........1 1 0-2
Goalie Saves
Palmer (M)........10 10 10-30
Gianville (D)....... 18 11 10-39

SPORTS OF THE DAILY

Gymnasts sitting pretty

As the so-called Mini-Big Ten warns Loken. "They're aiming
Meet shifts into high gear today to make their last routines great
the Michigan gymnasts are in ones."
the driver's seat. --GEOFFREY LARCOM
"That was pretty encourag-
ing," Coach Newt Loken said of Swimmers sail
his squad's pace-setting 193.90 "
score. "I'm willing to bet we'll That meet makes all four
break the 200.00 barrier before years of swimming at Michigan
the season ends." worthwhile!" beamed senior
Trailing the Wolverines aft-sa
er last night's compulsory thrilling 6657 victoy over the
competition was Iowa with University of Wisconsin in a
1onsin pits o1l7 andby i-lydual swim meet last night at
Ohio Stat with 150. 0 Matt Mann Pool.
Joining Downie in the mul-
In performing the same set of tiple win category were fresh-
stunts to be seen in the 1980 men Paul Griffith and Kevin
Olympics, the Blue tumblers Morgan and sophomore diver
grabbed five out of six first Matt Chelich, all winners of
places. All-around man Nigel two events.
Rothwell led the onslaught with Downie, the British Olympian,
two firsts, ,two seconds, and a prevailed in the 1000 and 200
third. Rothwell seemed sur- yard freestyle races back-to-
prised by his performance. "Ijbask, as well as the 500 yard
was definitely pleased," he said. freest""e later in the meet.
"Some of the stunts I threw Griffith triumphed in the 100
were for the first time. They yard freestyle and swam a leg
came out even better than I ex- athe victoriou 400 yard free-
pected." hvitros40ydfe-
"Nigel had a super night" style relay team, while Morgan
he enthused. "He's only a souh- yam ri iscnsiedleyn the 200
omore, yet he's almost got his time of 1:55.81.
compulsories down pat." Coach Gus Stager comment-
Also garnering first places for ed: "It was up to the guys on
Michigan were the two co-cap-i the team to make the breaks
twins. Scott Ponto and Chuck for us. We had to keep up with
Ventura. along with p-bar man Wisconsin until we
John Corritore. Ponto led-in the bes ordn wa got a
rings event while Ventura was damn terrific. Matts helich
the one to beat in pommel horse. vas great in v
Big Ten placers Bob Creek pes in n the davinFr cowr
and Chuck Stillerman were petition and Fred Yawrer
second to Rothwell in the high swam a helluva race in the
bar and floor exer-ise respec- 200 yard butterfly. All-in-all,
bivelar it was a great team effort."
In today's competition.the The tankers take their un-
In toay's ompettion he hemished 6-0 record into their
gymnasts will perform their own bishe60rcdainsthir
routines. Seniors Kurt Golder, 'final home stand against Ohio
State tomorrow afternoon at
Chuck Stillerman, Scott Ponto, 300 .m. One meter diving be-
and Chuck Vent'ira are making gins at 12 noon.
their last Crisler Arena aopear- DAN PERRIN
ance. "Watch' those guys,";
,.r I IAIP ' CHICAGO - Bill Madlock,.

two-time National League bat-
ting champion, was traded yes-
terday by the Chicago Cubs to
the San Francisco Giants in a
five-player deal in which the
Cubs received outfielder Bobby,
Murcer.
Madlock, 26, came to the
Cubs after the 1973 season in
a deal which sent Ferguson
Jenkins, a perennial 20-game
winner, to the Texas Rangers
of the American League.
Murcer, 31, made the Ameri-
can League All-Star team from
1971 through 1974 before .he was
swapped to the Giants for out-
fielder Bobby Bonds.
In addition to Madlock, who
wanted a multi-year contract in-
volving an annual salary of
some $200,000, the Cubs sent
utility infielder Rob Sperring to
the Giants.
Also acquired by the Cubs
was infielder Steve Ontiveros
and right-handed pitcher Andy
Muhlstock.
Madlock, who won his second
straight National League bat-
ting title on the final day of the
season last year, batted .339 for
the Cubs in 142 games. He hit
15 home runs and had 84 runs
batted in.
Madlock reportedly earned
$85,000 last season with the
Cubs and when he insisted on a
multi-year contract with a sal-
ary in line with what some of
the free agents were receiving,
Cubs owner P. K. Wrigley an-
nounced that Madlock would be
traded "to anyone foolish
enough to want him."
Murcer, who once played
to. the New York Yankees,
was the key man to join the
Cubs. Murcer batted .259 with
the Giants last season with 23
home runs and 90 runs bat-
ted in.
Like' Madlock, Murcer is not
currently under contract. -AP

Late surgelits
Zi
F etroit past Cavs
By The Associated Press
THE DETROIT Pistons broke away from the Cleveland
Cavaliers with a fourth-period flurry sparked by two
i baskets each from Al Eberhard, Leon Douglas and Eric
Money to score a 101-94 National Basketball Association
victory Friday.
THERE HAD been 15 ties and 27 lead changes in the
game before rookie Douglas snapped a 79-79 deadlock 2%2
minutes into the closing quarter.
Over the next four minutes, Money and Eberhardf
pumped in two baskets apiece and Douglas added another
while Cleveland got only a two-pointer by Gary Brokaw.
Bob Lanier with 30 points and 19 rebounds paced the
Pistons who captured their 21st victory in 26 starts at home
his season and also their fifth triumph in their last seven
starts.
sx AUSTIN CARR with 25 points and ex-Wolverine Campy
Russell with 18 led the Cavaliers.
In other NBA action last night, George Gervin scored
29 points, including San Antonio's last 10 of the game, to
lead the Spurs to a 107-104 National Basketball Associa-
tion victory over the Houston Rockets.
Brian Taylor popped in 26 points and Ron Boone added
21 as the Kansas City Kings overcame an early deficit to
defeat the Washington Bullets, 120-106.
THE BOSTON Celtics, playing without injured center
Dave -Owens, rallied behind J.ohn Havlicek in the final
period for a 119-111 victory over the New York Knicks.
Cowens was forced to retire midway through the sec-
ond period with "a sacroiliac sprain in his lower back," buti
the Celtics managed a 63-53 lead at halftime.
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Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
Wolverine defenseman Dean Turner lets one fly in last night's 6-2 slashing of Denver. Tur-
ner anchored a stingy Michigan defense which helped snap the icers seven-game losing streak.
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Pennsylvania 86, Columbia 85
Dartmouth 67, Brown 49
Yale 53, Harvard 51
Princeton 62, Cornell 49
S. Carolina St. 91, Delaware St. 49
N. Carolina A&T 72, Morgan St. 71
NBA
Boston 119, N.Y. Knicks III
Buffalo 96, N.Y. Nets 94
Philadelphia 118, Indiana 109
Detroit 101, Cleveland 94
Chicago 110, New Orleans 92
Kansas City 120, washington 106
San Antonio 107, Houston 104
NHL
Cleveland 3, Colorado 0

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i'i.ets are un sale for the
March 4-5 Big Ten indoor track
championships ° at the Ticket
office (corner of Hoover and
State St.) All seats are re-
served at a price of $8.00.
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BOI)Y.&

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BRANDO and NICHOLSON in 1976
THE MISSOURI BREAKS
The superstar pairing of noble outlaw Jack Nicholson, and Bounty
Hunter MarIon Brando has made this Arthur Penn western one of the
most controversial films he's made. "What actors and directors have
created is a fascinating tale of complex characters and an engrossing
duel between men of multi-layered personality." It is the performances
that stand out most clearly in this picture and they stand on their own.
Sun.: La CHIENNE
CINEMA GUILD TONIGHT AT OLD ARCH. AUD.
7:00 & 9:15 Admission $1.50
ROBERT ALTMAN'S 1971
JULIE CHRISTIE/WARREN BEATTY in
McCABE AND MRS. MILLER*
A delicate treatment of a rouah man and woman in an nually rounh

Probably not. All things considered you do
what you do pretty doggone well. After all, no one
has taken your job. And you're eating-regularly.
But...
But haveyou ever considered what doing your
job just a little better might mean?
Money. Cold hard coin of the realm.
If each of us cared just a smidge more about
what we do for a living, we could actually turn that
inflationary spiral around.Better products, better
service and better management would mean savings
for all of us. Savings of much of the cash and frayed
nerves its costing-us now for repairs and inefficiency
Point two..By taking more pride in our work
we'll more than likely see America regaining its
strength in the competitive world trade arena. When
the balance of payments swings our way again wel
all be better off economically.
So you see-the only person who can really
do what you doany better is you.

If something's going
wrong, it'll tell you.
1. Change in bowel ofr
bladder habits.
2 A sore that does not
heal.
3. Unutsual bleedinug «'
discharge.
4 Thickening oIlumP in
breast or elsewhere.
5. Indigestion olr difficulty
in swallowing.
6. Obvious chanige in wart
or inole.
7. Nagging cough or
hoarseness.

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