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oturday Februory "26; 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Saturday, February 26, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Icers dump UMD;
Maurer nets t rio

CONTROL OWN DESTINY

Cagers

eye

MVSUJ Bi g

Ten

crown

Special To Tie Daily

mild only maange one save.

Playing dead was not in the Michigan's
repertoire of the Minnesota - puck appeare
Duluth Bulldogs last night, but Bulldogs can
they finally did roll over. open the thir
The Michigan icers struggled down 4-3, UM
with and finally blew out the vidson put ti
Bulldogs, 9-4, with five unan- Palmer at 7:
swered goals in the third period. Michigan was
With the score deadlocked at fight but UM
4-4 in the third period, WAver- of their cellar
ine Kip Maurer put the kk1e in the WCHA
ahead to stay with his third
goal of the evening at 8:37. BY PLAYI
Maurer also added an assist to consecutive .
his 28th, 29th and 30th goals of Rob Palmer
the season. Manery brok
igan record
MICHIGAN dominated play ;layed previ
throughout the game but Lindskog.
couldn't shake the stubborn Greg Natal
Bulldogs early in the game. sists and Dav
The first period ended in a goals and an
2-2 tie with UMD proving the ute to the B
old adage "waste not, want The Wolve
not.".Duluth only put an incred- a sweep aa
ible three shots on goal but night in the
Michigan goalie Rick Palmer game series.
Maurer poiwer
First Period. (high sticking)
Scoring: 1. Mich. - Manrer (Man- Cahill (holding
ery, Turner) 8:02; 2. Mich. - Man- bol (hooking)
ery (Debol, Natale) 9:54; 3. UMD -Th
Otis (Pavelich) 18:39; 4. UMD - Scoring: 8. U
Jacques (Olson) 19:54. Sortin :
Penalties: UMD - Giles (slash-;Rothstein) 7:
ing) 9:16; Mich. - Turner (holding) rerNatale) 8
10:33.,Nale
Second Period (Turner) 12:58
Scoring: 5. Mich. - Maurer (un- (Blanzy. Nata
assisted) 5:53; 6. Mich - Rob Pal- Miller (Coffma
mer (Mccahill, Miller) 13:40; 7. UMD Penalties: M-
- Jones (Giles) 16:27. ing) 7:42; UMI
Penalties: UMD - Graiziger (cross ing) 8:43; M -
checking) 1:42; UMD - Giles (trip- ing) 9:47; M-
ping) 4:25; Mich. - Kawa (inter- ping) 13:06; M
ference) 7:06; Mich. - Thayer (high ing) 15:20; U
sticking) 15:39; UMD - Hedlund (roughing) 15:

domination of the
d to be over as the
me out strong to
d period. His team.
4D senior Craig Ar-
he light on beaiad'
46. It seemed that
s in for a real clog-j
D faded, a symbol
r dwelling standing
NG in their 151st
game, defenseman
and Captain Kris
e the existing Mich-
for career games

By HENRY ENGELHARDT
... Here they come s-s-s-s-spin-
ning out of the turn, heading
for home. It's Michigan up front
with Minnesota right on thoseI
Blue hooves as they thump downI
the stretch.
Purdue has fallen back to third.
and trails the leader'by two full
lengths. The. Michigan jockey
can taste the fruits of victory,
all he has .to do is stay in the
saddle .. .
The number game for an NCAA
tournament spot is simple:
Michigan has three Bij Ten

games remaining. Winning all
three would give fhe Wolverines
an undisputed Big Ten title and
trip to Bloomington for a first'
round playoff game.
Michigan therefore controls its
own destiny.
If Michigan wins two of the
three, it can finish no worse
than in a tie for first with
Minnesota. This would give
the Wolverines the confer-
ence spot in the NCAA play-
offs because the Gophers are
on probation and are ineligi-

ble for the national title.
If the Wolverines drop two of;
the three games, they can fin-
ish no worse than in a tie for
second. If that tie is with Pur-
due there will be a playoff to.
determine the Big Ten's repre-
sentative in the NCAA's.
The season would not auto-
matically end for the loser. The
NCAA could still hand out an
at-large berth to this team.
If Michigan loses all three of:
the games they could still win
the Big Ten crown, or finish

second, or third, or tie for first, "They won 17 games last leading scorer (19.3 points per
or second, or ... simple right? year," noted head coach John- game).
Today, starting at 2:05 p.m. ny Orr, "they have three start- WOLVERINE TAILS: Michi-
in Crisler Arena, the first of ers returning, they beat Indi- gan has won 20 straight home
those three games 'will be ana at Bloomington and lost games ... MSU last left Ann Ar-
played. For sure. close to Minnesota and almost bor victorious in 1969 ... Rickey
"In spite of what you might beat Purdue. We know they're Green has scored in double fig-
have heard," said Michigan going to play like the devil." ures in his last 48 games, dat-
State coach Jud Heathcote, "we "People have a misconcep- ing back to the fifth game of
plan to show up for the game,." tion about them because of that last season against Southern
Heathcote's Spartans sport a football thing. Their football pro- Illinois when he scored six. It
weak 5-9 conference mark (8-15' bation has no effect on the bas- I is the only game Green has
overall), but the first year MSU ketball team," Orr said. played for Michigan that he has
coach is not altogether displeas- not reached double figures...
ed. The star Spartan is 6-7 sopho- Michigan has beaten MSU in
"I'm satisfied with our pro- more Greg Kelser. The prod- 64 of the 103 meetings between
gress but disappointed with our uct of Detroit's Henry Ford these two squads ... No one from
record," Heatlicote explained. High School sports a 21.6 con- State is nominated for all-aca-
"We've been involved in a num- ference scoring average, good demic Big Ten honors, Tom Sta-
her of close games where we've enough for second place in the ton, Grote and Len Lillard are
led by as many as 15 points in league. Michigan's nominees ... Heath-
the second half and lost." ' cote promised: "We may try
Heathcote has a reputation for John Robinson draws the as- some different things." ... Mich-
playing his team's talents down, signment of guarding Kelser, igan's varsity reserve team clos-
but the Michigan coaches don't who also averages, 11.6 rebounds es out its season this morning
swallow it. a game. at 11:45 against MSU ... Phil
"I'm not going to concede One of the more rugged Hubbard claims he shoots his
what their coaches say - I matchups of the season shapes free throws from the left side
think they're a pretty good up this afternoon between Steve of te line because he makes
basketball team," said Blue Grate, Michigan co-captain, and them more often ("I hope,"
assistant coach Bill Frieder. Bob Chapman, State's second Hubbard added).

ously held by Tom I
e notched three ri-
ve Debol added two -
assist to contrib-
lue attack.
rines will look for
nst the Bulldogs to-'
finale of the two

ROIEY

OUTSTANDING

Gymnasts take third

By JEFF FRANK ' ~
A pie in the face, Michigan
co-captain Ginger Robey's sur-
15:39: Mich. - Me- prisefirst place tie in vaulting,
18; e and great determination by
18:13. Michigan, highlighted the sl ate
ird Period championship meet at East Lan-
MD-Arvidson (Jones, sing last night.
46: 9. M - Maurer MSU, with a score of 135.05,
:59; 11.--- Debol a tkfrst place overall, while
8; 13. M - Turner Central Michigan had one of
le) 15:23;; 14. M - their best nights of the year,
an) 18:44. scoring 126 to take second place.
S- Graiziger (crosse - MICHIGAN placed third in the
- Natale (cross check- five team competition with a
- Rob Palmer (trip- score of 118.75, which was h gh
- wheeler (rough- enough to qualify for the region-
MD - Stan Palmer al competition at Carbondale,
20.

Ill. next weekend.
However, in a vote before thet
meet, the women elected n )t to
go to the regional compe:ition'
whether or not they qualified.
The tumblers cited high entry1
costs, te 1300 mile round trip,'
and reduced qualifying stard-I
ards, as reasons for not com-I
peting.
All-arounders Robey, who
placed 6th, and Mia Axon ex-
ceeded the individual qualifying,
standards, and will com ete as
individuals in the regional'
ROBEY capturec Michigan'sI
first 1st place ever in sttte-'
wide competition with a -core of -
9.1. This was good enough to tie
her with Pam Steckroat ' of+
MSU.
The surprise finish and high'
score pleased Robey. "I've been
striving for a 9.0 all season, and'
now that I've finally accom-
plished it, I can work from
there," she said.
An overall-clad Robey accent-:
ed her award, but this casual ac-4
ceptance was overshadowed by!
the award for uneven bars.
Captain Ann Weavers won the
event for MSU, but upon ac-
centance of her award, she was
attacked from behind by her
teammates who splattered a
cream pie in her race.

Weaver accepted the pie and
the award in the spirit given,1
and a playful Cindy Roberts of
CMU (the meet's all-around
champion) finished the job for
the Spartans by rubbing the pie
tin into Weaver's face.
Roberts of Central Michigan
topped the field on the balance
beam in leading the way to her
all-around championship, while
Steckroat of MSU added to her
vaulting tie with a victory in
floor exercise.
Michigan's coach Anne Cor-
nell was happy with the ream's
showing although they didn't
capture the hoped-for second
place. "We did as well as we
could, and I'm pleased with our
overall score," Cornell said.;
"Not having Sara (Flom) with
us cost us points, but the rest of
the team really hit their rou-
tines."
"Central Michigan was reaiy
hot tonight," said Cornell.
"They average 117-118 per meet
and for them to score 126 is
quite a feat."
VAULTING champ Robey also
expressed happiness with the
tumblers' performance. "I'm
really proud of the team quali-
fving for Regionals," she said,
"It shows we have the Doteutlal
for a strong team next year."

THINCLADS TUNE-UP
Blue hosts Invitational

By ROB EVAN
How do you best prepare a
team for a Big Ten Champion-
ship 'meet? Track coach Jack
Harvey feels a small-scale meet
such as today's Wolverine Invi-
tational will serve the purpose.

7:33, our best time so far is
7:35.6."
The foursome attempting to
qualify consists of Central
Collegiate Champions Dave
Furst, 'Greg Meyer, Andy
Johnson, and new mile record-
holder Steve Elliott.

is in good condition. "Every-
body is healthy, with' a few
aches and pains here and
there," he commented.
"I would like to see some im-
provement in times, even though
next week the guys won't ne-
cessarily be running in the
same races," Harvey concluded.

The meet will attract a small Asked if he plans to rest
gathering of teams, including 'anyone today, Harvey replied,
Bowling Green, Central Michi- "No, everybody will run, but
gan, Eastern Michigan, West- this is a low-key affair. There
ern Michigan, and Northwest- is going to be a lot of under-
ern. running, that is two-milers
Harvey's main objective is might be running a mile, and
to qualify his two-mile relay milers a half-mile."
team for the NCAA's, March 11-1 Coming off last week's vic-
12, at Cobb Hall. "This is our !tory in the Central Collegiate
last chance," Harvey noted. I Conference indoor Champion-
"To qualify we have to run a ships, Harvey thinks his team

/SCORES I
NBA
Golden State 104, Buffalo 97
Detroit 112, New York Nets 106
Chicago 96, Atlanta 87
New Orleans 124, N.Y. Knicks 107
Denver 130, Kansas City 128
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Louisville 91, Georgia Tech 80

Mairtina marches
TOP-SEEDED Martina Navratilova awaits a return during action against Yvonne Vermaak,
in the Virginia Slims Tennis Tournament at Cobo Hall in Detroit. Navratilova won the match
6-1. 6-1.

Ipomt o the tpail
Men tumblers toppled
Special to The Daily
TERRE HAUTE - Even a season ( high of 208.75 points
couldn't save the Michigan men's gymnastics team from bow-I
ing to national power Indiana State' University, 218.2-208.75
last night.I
"We just ran into a super team," commented coach Newt,
Loken. "It's not surprising that they are one of the top-rated
teams in the country."
Even though the Wolverines didn't place first in an event
all night, coach Loken had nothing but praise for his team.
Our guys deserve a lot of credit. They really performed'
well.'
NIGEL ROTHWELL led Michigan with solid performances
in all six individual events to wind up second in the albaround
competition with 53.5 points.
Also performing well for the Wolverines were Carl Badger,
who captured second in the vaulting, and John Corritore who'
was runner-up on the parallel bars.
Olympian Kurt Thomas paced the Sycamores with individual
firsts on the parallel bars and pommel horse plus top all-around
honors. Bruce Spikerman also had two. firsts for the Sycamores,
winning the floor exercise and vaulting.
The gymnasts will now prepare for the Big Ten champion-
ships which will be held in Minneapolis in two weeks.
NFL formalizes draft
WASHINGTON' - After three years of on-again, off-again
bargaining, peace finally came to the National Football League
yesterday 4hen the players association and te'am owners ap-
proved a five-year basic agreement which modified both the
college draft and the controversial Rozelle Rule.
SARGENT KARCH, executive director of the NFL Manage-
ment Council, said he expected formal signing of the contract
to take place Monday, subject to ratification by the union mem-
bership.
The college draft, which is now guaranteed at least, through
1986, will be held on or about May 1 each year, begining this
spring, but will be reduced from 17 rounds to 12.
If a free agent signs with a new club, his old club will be
compensated by predetermined choices in that/"year's college
draft ranging from a third-round choice to two, consecutive firs'-
round choices depending on the free agent's salary terms with
his new club.
However, any team signing a free agent must either own the
rights to whatever draft choices it will be required to surrender
or must trade for them, and, those choices may not be lower
than its own standing in the order of selection in the draft.

Battling Pistons swish Nets

By The Associated Prim Barnes apparently threw an
UNIONDALE, N.Y. - Howard elbow at Bantom as the New
Porter scored 25 points last York forward brought the ball
night, leading Detroit to a 112- up court. Bantom retaliated
106 triumph over the New York with a swing which apparently
Nets in a see-saw game marred caused a two-stitch cut over
by the ejection of the Pistons' Barnes' left eye, but Bantom
Marvin Barnes. was allowed to stay in the
Barnes was involved in a fra- game,
cas with New York's Mike Ban- Pistons Coach Herb Brown an-
tom with 10:27 remaining in the, nounced that the game was be-
second period and was ejected 1 ing played under protest be-
from the game by referee Bob cause Bantom was not ejected,
Rakel for a flagrant elbowing' but- was expected to rescind the'
foul protest because Detroit won.

Barnes and Detroit center
Leon Douglas were taken to:
Hempstead General Hospital for
examination, Barnes for his cut
and Douglas for X-rays of a
possible fracture of the right
ankle.
The Pistons also got 23 points
from, Ralph Simpson and 22
from M. L. Carr in the contest
Which saw 14 ties and 17 lead
changes. High scorers for the
Nets were Bubbles Hawkins
with 28 points and Bantom with
24.
1i

I HAD,
CANCER
AND
LIVE

AP Photo
Pistol pops
PETE MARAVICH of the New Orleans Jazz dumped in 68
points last night in defeating the New York Knicks, 124-107.
Maravich's output is the third highest total in NBA history.

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