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Saturday, October 16, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Saturday, October 16, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

BLUE WINS OPENER,

7-6:

lcers
By BOB MILLER
special To The Daily
MADISON - A new season
is underway for the Michigan'
hockey team and it couldn't
have started off in a better fa-
shion. Dave DeBol knocked in
his third goal of the game 4:13
into overtime to give the Wol-
verines a 7-6 win here at the
Dane County Coliseum.
Wisconsin got off to a quick
lead after Mike Reeker scored
five minutes into the game. The
Badgers kept the pressure on
from the opening faceoff and it
paid off when Meeker slipped
the puck behind fallen goalie
Rick Palmer.
Dan Lerg tied it up for
Michigan 11 minutes later on
a rebound off of Badger
goalie Mike Dibble, for the

skipI
first Wolverine tally of the
young season.
But, Les Grauer swooped in
and took a shot that seemed to
trickle off of Palmer's stick to
give the Badgers a 2-1 lead at
17:27.
Penalties in the first period
slowed the game down, espe-
cially in the waning moments.
Wisconsin really took the
play away from Michigan in the
second period, with numerous
rushes and many close - in
chances. But, it was Michigan
that scored the first goal, De-'
Bol's first, unassisted at 3:04 on
a flower "lav.
The Badgers came right
back less than half a minute
later on a goal by Steve Al-j
lev, who played on the Olvm-I
pic squad this year. Mike

Eaves ass
another re
past Palme
Meeker sc
looked as i
in control o
leading 4-2.
But the
panicked. G
ed the Wo
at 6:36 wit
that rifledp
of the net s
not stop im
Two ~min
captain Eav
to Alley. All
Wolverinesc
to Tom Ulse
tion. Ulseth
next to Pal
the backha

Badgersj
isted on the goal, second power play goal of the
ebound that went period.
er at 3:30. Michigan kept the pressure
cored again, and it on Dibble, and two Badgers
f the Badgers were were called for holding sec-
f the game at 5:55, onds apart to set up a two-
man advantage that the Wol-
verines made use of on Dean
nary Morrison pull-Turner's goal at 16:33, making
Lverines within one the score 5-4.
h a blistering shot Before the period was over,
past Dibble and out Mark Johnson scored yet an-
o fast that play did other power play goal high over
tmediately. Palmer's right shoulder at
utes later, Badger 18:57.
ves passed the puck The Badgers, seemingly were
ey muscled past the in control of the game leading
defense and gave it 6-4 and outshooting Michigan by
eth in one quick mo- a 29-16 total.
was set up right The third period alone was
mer who scored on worth the price of admission as
nd for Wisconsin's Michigan played its best defen-

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Sp~orts
NIGHT EDITORS
KATHY HENNEGHAN
ERNIE DUNBAR
sively, with Palmer stopping 17
shots.
Ben Kawa started the period
with a quick goal at 1:29,
stealing the puck at center
ice, and scoring on his own
rebound with only one Badger
in pursuit.
DeBol scored again at 12:14
skating down the right side, and
blazing a shot past a startled
Dibble. The crowd was stunned
and the game was tied.
Both sides had many chances
in the final minutes, but the
game entered overtime at 6-6,
although the Wolverines were
outplayed and the partisan
crowd of 7,918 gleefully taunting
Palmer with t h e famous
"SIEVE!" chant.

HOST MICHIGAN TODAY

Cats,
By ANDY GLAZER
EVANSTON-Okay.
You want to think of a school.
It's a Big Ten school.
It's known nationally for its

look

for miracle,

consin, Michigan State and Min- feet record throughout the year. after Ohio State had manhandl-
nesota. AND IF YOU'RE wondering ed his Hawkeyes 34-14.
It's not Indiana. about all of this silly business: It may not be so obvious, then.'
There goes Purdue. above, it's hard to be anything But Michigan may have other
More clues? Bo Schembechler but silly about the worst Big problems that the Wildcats can

AP Photo
A word to the wise ...
New York Yankee manager Billy Martin offers a word of advice to pitcher Doyle Alexander.
Martin yesterday selected the well-rested Alexander to pitch in the World Series opener against
the Cincinnati Reds today at Cincinnati's River front Stadium.

law school, and for high aca- has coached there. And the Ten football team since Iowa's
demic standards overall. school has a perfect record thus 0-11 crew of 1973.
WELL, THERE go Iowa, Il- far this season with an excel- This bunch of Northwestern
linois, Indiana, Ohio State, Wis- lent chance of keeping that per- Wildcats has lost 11 in a row.
And unfortunately for the Wild-
cats, they have to face Michigan
THE I JNE UPShere at Dyche Stadium.

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N'WESTERN

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Unfortunately? Granted, there
may be some home field advan-
tage, but the Big Ten allows a
mere 54 players to travel, which
means Schembechler can't sub-'
stitute farther than his second
string.
NORTHWESTERN will have
some other advantages, though.
There's the incentive to prove
that they are better thanrthe
team that got whupped 69-0 by
Michigan last year.
Of course, that game could
have an adverse effect as well.
But Schembechler doesn't think
so.
"A football player is a com-
>etitive guy, and won't lay down
aind die," said Schembechler.
"He's not going to let himself
be embarrassed."
SCHEMBECHLER is right to
the extent that the Wolverines'
will have to go out and Play:
today. Their reputation won't
win the game for them, ob-
viosly.
"Tf that had been the same
team out there, but in anyone
else's uniform, it would have

exploit.
O If John Anderson inter-j
cepts three or four passes and
has long returns, he may tire
and his annual punt may be
short.
* The Wildcats crumble be-
fore a good rushing attack, but
Michigan fullback Rob Lytle
managed only nine yards in the
second half of last week's
Michigan-Michigan State game.
Of course he did have 171 yards'
in the first half.
* If the Michigan offense
scored seven or ir;ore touch-
downs in the first half, it may.
tire and only punch over two or
three more in the second.
* Northwestern's top running
back, Greg Boykin, had knee
surgery this week and is out
for the season,
This piece of luck will enable
the Wildcats to outsly Michigan:
while the Wolverines are con-
vinced the injury will force'
Northwestern to the air, the
Cats can fake everyone out by
giving the ball to their second;
string tailback, Pat Deegan.
* Michigan may be nervous
playing in front of 35,000 people
instead of the customary 103,000.
Yes, the 'Viicats have a lot;
going for them today, and they
well could turn things around
from last year's game.
But it's doubtful that Schem-

MP s"

Both teams came out fly- PUR DUE, ILLIN MEET:
ing in the overtime with the
Badgers presurring early.
But Michigan took command
after a couple of minutes, and
Dibble, who was barely sweat-
ing from lack of difficult

goes tangle

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chances, was pelted from al By HENRY ENGLEHARDT back) scores 12 touchdowns he defense, however, is second.
over the ice with shots. The third week of the Big will tie the all-time major col- giving up only .4 yards a game
However, in the final totals, 1 Ten's eight game season, like lege touchdown and points- more than Michigan.
Wisconsin was the shoot-happy any eight course dinner, is still scored records. Glenn Davis of Neither team seems to have
team, doubling Michigan's shots: an appetizer. Just makes you a Army had 59 touchdowns in his any offensive standouts, al-
on goal 50-25. little hungrier, that's all. four year career, 1943-47. John- though Iowa's punter, Dan Mat-,
Purdue, 2-0 in Big Ten play, son could do it, too. Wisconsin's cer, ranks fifth in the Big Ten.
After the goal, the entire hosts the Fighting Illini, 1-1. It's scoring defense is ninth in the When do they serve the meat
bench swarmed on the ice and a must game for both squads conference, allowing almost 25 and potatoes around here any-
mobbed each other in wild ju- as each have yet to play both points a game. way?
bilation. Michigan and Ohio State. After last week"s beating,
"Overall, Michigan coach Dan, Key personnel for both teams1 Michigan State plays host to
Farrell called it, "one of the are questionable because of in- Minnesota. The Gophers, 4-1,
most thrilling victories I've had juries., are playing solid ball. Min-
in four years as Michigan's' The Big Ten's leading rusher, nesota stands fourth in Big
coach." .Purdue tailback Scott Dierking Ten total offense and fifth in EU I T
, (634 yards) has ankle problems defense. t f L.V .
Farrell credited his team with and sat out last week's second MSU is fifth offensively and a
courage to hang in the game half against Wisconsin. MSThiTheifthhogaensireltyand-
and remarked that, "this team Illinois quarterback Kurt Ste- ragged teh e won tenfthe serve Football Team defeated
wo"fln't have won this game, ger did not play in his team's last 16 games between the Hurons of Eastern Michigan
last year. They would have been second half last week against by a score of 21-0 Friday after-
bombed out of here after being Minnesota due to a back in- teams.noon
down 6-4." jury. Indiana, which recorded its Tough defense and a three-
Farrell said that he had hop- Ohio State, after thrashing first shutout in 74 games by touchdown explosion in the first
ed for a split with Wisconsin, Iowa last week, stays on thes knocking off Northwestern 7-0 quarter gave the victory to the
who he called "One of the class road for a game against Wiscon- last Saturday, travels west to young Wolverines.
si.battle the Hawkeyes. Mike Davis, younger brother
teams in the league." Later he s., young
added, "You have to win the OSU gets a break, as the Since upsetting Penn State ! of Russell Davis, started the
first game to sweep the series, a Badgers' starting tailback three games ago Iowa has scoring off with a touchdown
and in passing said, "but you season with damaged liga- been outscored 89 to 14 by with a little over five minutes
can't take anything aawy from Mike Morgan is out for the USC and OSU. gone in the game.
the Badgers. They're still a fine ments in his knee. With a win tday Indiana Roosevelt Smith followed suit
team." If Pete Johnson (Buckeye full- would be a .500 ballclub on the with three minutes left in the
- - season and jump into the battle quarter and John Wangler cap-
for the roses with a 2-1 mark. ped the scoriing late in the
Back on earth, we see that IU period.
ranks sixth in total defense and For the rest of the game
- seventh in offense in the Big solid Michigan defense dom-
Tostdb ec ren.yinated the Hurons with two
Iowa's offense is dead last in sacks and an interception by
th f n.. eli The Ha keve Ra mond Johnson.

;been an even game, sai io
(45) coach Bob Commings last wee

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ek bechler would let his team win
96-0.
SPORTS OF THE DAIL
Polomren

By RICK MADDOCK strongest attack came in the
Michigan's second annual wa- third period with a 5-1 advan-{
ter polo invitational tournament tage.
began yesterday. The Wolverine Michigan's next victory was a
polomen were not very hospit- 16-8 swamping of Kentucky.
able hosts, as they beat both Ric Peper again led the locals,
SMU and Kentucky in Matt with five goals. Joe Bauer add-
Mann Pool. ed four tallies and Tom Reddick
Yesterday's opening game had two. John Daly, Paul Grif-
saw Michigan's Ric Peper fire fith, Pete Maude, Bill Dailey,
in eight goals as the local team and Larry Schroeder each add-
downed SMU, 12-5. Gordon ed one point.
Downie added two goals for Mi- Kentucky saw an early 2-1
chigan, and Joe Bauer and Tom. lead disappear to six straight
Reddick contributed one apiece. Michigan scores. The Wolver-
The Wolverines had little ines outscored Kentucky in ev-
trouble with SMU, as they ery period.
outscored them in all but the Michigan coach Dave Peugh
second period. Michigan's was pleased with his squad'sz

performances. The key Wolver--
ine performer, according to
Peugh, was freshman goalie
Tony Paxton.
"He's a freshman and play-
ed fantastically in two games.
I couldn't have asked for
more out of him," Peugh said
of Paxton.
Peugh's squad is assured of
being in the game for third
place, and if they win today's.
game at 11:30 a.m. against the
University of Illinois Chicago
Circle Campus, then the Michi-
gan polomen will play for theI
championship. Depending on to-
day's early outcome, Michigan:
will play again at either 6:30 orI
8:30.

I SCORES I
NHL
Boston 5, Toronto 3.
Atlanta 2, Pittsburgh 1.
Colorado 5, Chicago 3.
WATER POLO
UICC 17, Kentucky 11.
Texas A&M 11, Loyola 10.

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MISU, Gophers face
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Bueharriers today
By GEOFF LARCOM deed have been a blessing in
A funny thing happened to the disguise, according to Warhurst.
Michigan Cross Country Team "The loss gave us a better
last week. The harriers finished perspective of where things
third in the Notre Dame Invi- stand," he said, "and now we
tational, with first place honors are more determined than ever
going to the Wisconsin Badgers. to repeat as Big Ten Champs.''
Therefore the outlook for this The Wolverines have remark-
weekend's contest at East Lan- s able depth, but this season has
sing with Minnesota and Michi- not been without its casualies.
gan State should be grim, cor- Stalwarts Mike McGuire and
rect? Jack Sinclair are both out for
Coach Ron Warhurst answers the season with mononucleosis
that question with an emphatic while Jay Anstaett is sidelined
no. with a stress fracture.
"We are coming off a super The slack was taken up this
week of practice," Warhurst week by Mark Foster, Billy
said. "Our guys pulled to- Donakowski, Steve Elliott and
gether this eek and really Greg Meyer, all of whom ran
worked hard." extremely well in practice.
iThe loss to Wisconsin may i etemlnel-nprcie
The __tWsmy- When the gun sounds at ten
this morning, all eyes will be
on the trio of Meyer, Herb
Lindsay of MSU 'and Steve
Plasencia of Minnesota.
These three are the leading
contenders for he individual Big
Ten Championship, to be deter-
mined at the conference meet
mn November.
Meyer seems to be getting
fi better and better as he took
first in last week's meet, setting
a course record in the process.
A little adversity usually does
~ not hurt a team, and in Michi-
gan's case seems to have helped
-_ _quite-a bit.

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