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Saturday, October 23, 1976,
Pistons
snare
The intensity of last night's
game between the Pistons and
the Kansas City Kings is re-
lifected by the look on Eric
Money's face. The Pistons
finally won 99-96, staving off
a last minute King effort.
The Pistons were more for-
tunate than the Philadelphia
76'ers, who lost' tov San An-
tonio 121-118. Julius Erving
scored 17 points in only 14
minutes playing time for the
76'ers.
Cleveland outscored the Chi-
cago Bulls 12-4. at the start
of the fourth period on route
to a 106-95 victory. Cleveland
had been behind most of the
game, but Campy Russell,
Austinr Carr, and Jim Brewer
paced the Cavalier comeback.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

DEKERS DECKED, 4-3

Tech cools

Icers i
scored twice. He also consist-
ently won faceoffs for the Wol-
verines.

1n

close one

By RICK MADDOCI
Special To The Daily
HOUGHTON - M
Tech edged the Michigan
4-3, last night before a c
crowd of 3,776. "This wa
ably our best defensive
in two years," said M
Tech hockey coach John
Innes.
Tech's Warren Young1
pass from Dave Joelso
slipped a backhanded sh
Michigan goalie Rick]
'for the game winner.
Young' s tiebreaking
gave Michigan 9:58 to t
tie the score. The closest
gan came was with fiv
utes left, when Dave
fireda shot at Michigan
goalie John Rockwell. Tli
goalie came up with a le
to stop the game-tying b
ROCKWELL, who m
saves, was named the
star of the game. Rick F
AP Photo stopped 54 Michigan Tech

K
ichigan
i cers,
apacity
s prob-
game
ichigan
n Mac-
took a
n and
ot past
Palmer

and was named the second star
of the game. Tech's Stu Young-
er received the first star hon-
or, thanks to his hat trick. f

The game got off to an ex- MIKE OFFMAN added to
tremely slow start, as neither the other 'Michigan tally on an
side could push a goal acrossI explosive 45-fot shot from the
in the first period. The Wolver- right side that jolted the upper
ines quickly put pressure on, left part of the net. Coffman
in the second period. Kip Maur- otgoito Wsc w ith he
er ,dumped in the first score of Wolverines, last week. He re-
the game at 0:56 in the period. placed Bill Wheeler for this
Maurer, the best offensive trip.
Michigan player last night, The climax of the game'

came with 40 seconds left. Rick THE MAN in the slot was Bill
Palmer was out of the net, and Thayer. He never got a shot
it was up to six Wolverine at- off, because the Tech defense
tackers to knot the score. Dur- was so tough.
ing the last 25 seconds, there Goalie Palmer checked with
were three key faceoffs, all in the bench at 2:43, and again at
the Tech zone. 1:11. He was finding out when
"We had one man facing off, to come out.
three screening, one in the slot, "Number one, you can't re-
and one staying back.We were move the goalie unless you have
trying to get it to the man in the possession," explained Farrell.
slot,' said Michigan coach Dan "Number two, the puck has to
Farrell. be in their zone, and number
"We wanted to make sure the three, it has to be as late as

HOOSIERS FULL OF TRICKS:.

'U

primed

for

B ig

By RICH LERNER gress. We're into the meat of to the Michigan offense, the na-'
Special to The Daily the schedule now," said tion's most prolific.\
BLOOMINGTON - Pity the Schembechler. "They are all Unlike Michigan's predict-
poor college football coach: like good teams from here on in. able running game, the Hoos-
the boy who cried wolf, nobody We're out of the ho-hum part ier offense is varied. The
ever believes what he says. of the season." flamboyant Corso has a pen-
Every week, Michigan's Bo Most of the credit for Indiana's chant for trick plays.
Schembechler explains why his improvement goes to the Hoos- Last week, while the quarter-
next opponent will be so tough. ier defensive squad. Lacking back Scott Arnett, knelt near
And every week the fans laugh the sidelines tying his shoes,
and the Wolverines emerge lop- Tomorrow's game at Bloom- Corso had his split end center
sided winners ! ington, begins at 2:30, and the ball to tailback Mike Hark-
Corso himself realizes that no- will be broadcast over the rader, who caught the Iowa de-
body else thinks his team can radio on WUOM-FM (91.7), fense unaware, and sprinted
beat Michigan here today. WPAG-AM (1050), and WWJ- around the opposite end for a
"We canbeat them," said AM (950). 21-yard gain.
Corso, who signed a new ______________
three-year contract yesterday. "They don't know what to ex-
"But I can't get anybody but any real stars, Corso's defend- pect from us as the underdog-
my players and my staff to ers have relied on speed and what we'll try to do, when or
believe me. I know we can gang tackling to shut out North- how we'll do it," said Corso.
beat them." western and hold Iowa to seven "On the other hand, we have a
The fact of the matter is, by points. Except for 325-pound good idea of what they will do
tonight top - ranked Michigan tackle Marlon Flemming, no and when and how they will
nearly certainly will still be u one on the Hoosier defense do it."
defeated and Indiana will be Ei vCorso can probably expect Rob
looking ahead to basketball sea- "T'1-v play well together and Lytle, Harlan Huckleby, Russell
son. react a team, I guess it's Davis and Rick Leach to lead
The game, however, should that' ih as anything," said Michigan to another 400-yard
be a good test for the Wol- Cors. "it's a 'no-name' defense, rushing day.
verines. The Maize and Blue's not a few standouts, but a lot Sophonmore Arnett and fresh-
past six opponents sport a com- of good solid players who help man Harkrader have been pleas-
bined record of 9-27-1. each other." ant surprises for Corso. Forced
Compared to that, Indiana's. into a starting role by injuries
3-3 mark looks sterling. Nevertheless it is doubtful to their top three tailbacks, in-
"I think we're making pro- that the Hoosiers can put a stopi cluding All-Conference Courtney
Sixteams eye Big Ten title;
Conten-lders square off today

Blue
Snyder, Harkrader. has
for 370 yards in the pa
games.
Arnett beat two incu
seniors, Terry Jones an
Kramer, for the starting
terback spot versusI
western and has held tt
with his fine play in th
two games. Against low
nett hit on eight of 14 p
The Hoosiers' secondI
rusher is fullback Ric F
195-pound junior. In the
iers' loss to North C
State, Enis rambled f
yards.
Flanker Keith Calvin i
ana's top receiver, havin,
bed 17 passes for 205 yar
far.

......:".;...;.: : .: men were covered in the slot possible in the game.'You want
goal.............positionosition," said MacInnes. '"We to try and dump one in without
ry and '~ ' A1jdon't want DeBol or Manery ipulling the goalie if you can."
Michi- N CA A slam s door shooting. But, really, we don't The icers face off against
e mi- want anyone shooting." Tech again tonight at 7:30 p.m.
DeBol"";
ie Techr
eg sae on Gopher violations TECH-nicaI knockout
g save FIRST PERIOD (Ostlund, D. Young) 16:29.
?id. Vrom Wire Service Reports No scoring. Penalties: 1. M - DeBol (rough-
MINNEAPOLIS - The University of Minnesota said Penalties: 1. MT - Dempsey ing) 1:09; 2. MT - D. Young
ade 37 yesterday that it will go into federal court to block an (roughing) 3:56; 2. -Coffman (roughing) 1:09; 3. M - Todd (trip-
3 third(roughing) 3:56; 3. MT -- W. Young ping) 3:41; 4. MW-- DeBol (trip-
third indefinite probation imposed by the NCAA on all men's (cross checking) 6:37; 4. MT - ping) 3:41; 5. MT - Dempsey (high
Palmer ortsSchwartz (holding) 9:58; 5. M - sticking, twice) 9:08; 6. M - Turn-
almer spor. Turner (high sticking) 15:53; 6. er (high sticking) 9:08; 7. M -
shots, The sanctions levied Thursday would bar all men's MT - Dempsey (charging) 17:16. Todd (playing with a broken stick)
teams from post-season play and NCAA-sponsored tele SECOND PERIOD 14:09.
e' Scoring: I. MW-- Maurer (Manery) THIRD PERIOD
v ision appearances. 0:56; 2. MT - Younger (Ferguson, Scoring: 1. MT - Younger (Ost-
The probation was imposed because of infractions Goddard) 4:14; 3. M -- Maurer fund, Goddard) 1:17; 2.' M - Coff-
in the basketball program under former coach, Bill (Thayer) 13:09; 4. MT - Younger man (Hoene, Rick Palmer) 6:15 .
p ~MT - W. Young (Joelson, God-
Musselman. The Gopher coach at present, Jim Dutch- dard) 10:02.
er - a former assistant to Johnny Orr at Michigan c SC O R ES No penalties s
was not responsible'for any of the wrongdoings. 1 2 3 Tot
The university was charged with 98 violations of NCAA M-Rockwel 1 22 16 54
dashed irules on July 21, 1975, and all but one stemmed from NBA Att-3776
IttoDetroit 99, Kansas City 96 . .. ..
st two basketball recruiting aid to students. Cleveland 106, Chicago 95
Last winter the' NCAA ruled that three basketball play- san Antonio 121, Philadelphia 118
mbent ers - Philip Saunders, Michael Thompson, and David Los Angeles 103, Washington 84
d Bob Winey - be declared ineligible. New Orleans 11, Phoenix 98
quar- The Gophers didn't abide by this decision, how- NHLw
North- Detroit 5, New York Islanders 0 at the
he job ever, flnd university President C. Peter Magrath feels Vancouver 5, Atlanta 3
e last that 1Minnesota has been "singled out" for punish- M C olln ege H Gkey
a, Ar- ment because it has refused to go along with the i MSU 8, Ohio State
asses. demand for ineligibility of the three players.
leading Magrath said the university has willingly accepted a
Enis, a three-year probation and no-television penalty against the
Hoos- basketball program, but does not accept the "extraordi-
arolina nary punishment" now being handed out. AS TAUGHT BY
or 208 If the ban is upheld, the first effect could be ontSward RUdrananda & MichaelShoemake
the football and hockey teams. The football team is Sun-
s Indi- defeated going into Big Ten play today, and is a strong
g grab- contender for a bowl bid. The hockey team is the defend- BN NERSCLASESD EVER Y
g grb- ng NAA hampon.MONDAY @ WEDNESDAY * FRIDAY
ds thusng NCAA champion.
ds....s-at 5:30 P.M.
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By DAVE RENBARGER
As the Big Ten football sched-
ule approaches the halfway
mark, no less than. six teams
are bunched up within one game
of the top.
Upstart Minnesota sports a
perfect 3-0 record, good enough
for a share of the lead with
perennial leaders Michigan and
Ohio State. Right behind, the
leaders in the annual run for
the roses are the once-beatens:
Purdue, Illinois and Indiana.
The wheels of elimination,
however, should start turning
this afternoon, ending the title'
hopes of this year's Cinderella
squads.
IN ADDITION to the Michi-
gan-Indiana contest, Purdue en-
tertains Ohio State in what the
Boilermakers consider a "must"
game.
The oddsmakers, however,
don't give the Boilers much of
a chance, establishing the Buck-
eyes as a solid, 19 point favorite.
Purdue's upset hopes would be!
greatly enhanced if tailback
Scott Dierking is back to full

strength. Dierking, ranked first remain in the title chase, while
in the Big Ten and fifth in the the struggling Spartans are hav-
nation among rushing leaders, ing trouble remembering what
has been hobbled by a sprained winning feels like.
ankle, seeing only limited action The Snartan attack centers
the .last two weeks. around the strong right arm of
M E A N W H I L E, Minnesota q"arterback Eddie Smith, the
plays host to Iowa, hoping to Big Ten's leading passer. Smith
maintain their unblemished rec- has been averaging over 25
ord in anticipation of their re- tosses per game, while his Illini
gionally televised showdown in counterpart, Kurt Steger, has
Ann Arbor next week. hit 51 nasses for 678 vards.
The Hawkeyes, on the other FINALLY, the hapless North-
hand, are still looking for the western Wildcats square off
first 'cgnference victory and against Wisconsin in Evanston.
their first over the Golden Go- Both teams are winless in Big
phers since 1969. Ten play, with the Wildcats
In the game, Gopher quarter- embroiled in a school record 12'
back Tony Dungy, a Jackson game losing streak.
native, shoots for several school By virtue of their strong show-
records. He needs only 87 total ings against Michigan and Ohio
yards to eclipse Minnesota's State plus their two nonconfer-
career total offense mark of ence wins, the Badgers are a 10
4 031 yards. 100 yards passing point favorite to extend NU's

By GREG ZOTT
The Michigan field hockey,
team defeated Albion 2-1 in a'
hard fought contest yesterday'
at Ferry Field.
Senior Stephanie Buttrey scor-
ed the winning goal with but 15
seconds remaining; to give the
Wolverines a 5-1 mark on the
season.
For most of the game, how-
ever, it seemed' mother nature
would defeat both teams, as
winter-like temperatures and
cold winds hampered play.
Michigan scored first as Dawn
Kohut, the team's leading scor-
er, continued her fine play with
a first-half goal assisted -by
Kathi Dennis. But after that, the
usually high-scoring Michigan
offense was stymied by the cold
as much as by the Albion de-
fense.
"Everybody looks frozen,"
said goalie Lauri Pieri, whose
slight knee injury kept her onj
the sidelines with the diehard
spectators.

wins for the season, but she was Run harriers, run
still looking for bigger and bet- Tr
ter things after yesterday's The Michigan harriers square
game. off against Toledo this morning
"Our next game with Michi- at 11 in the Michigan Federa-
gan State is a big one," said tion Meet.
Ocker. "If we can stay close The course runs over the hill
in the early going I think we can and dale of the Michigan Golf
make it a real good game." course and sometime parking
The game Monday with MSU lot.
will be at Ferry Field. Game The man to beat is Michigan's
time is 3 p.m. Greg Meyer, who, has a new-
* * 3 found hobby of collecting course

Packer's Mann
GREEN BAY, Wis. - Place-
kicker Erroll Mann, who wash-
ed out in a brief fling with the
Green Bay Packers eight years
ago, )s rejoining that team. I
Mann, who wient on to become
the leading scorer in the history
of the Lions, was released by
them earlier this week. Packer
Coach and General Manager
Bart Starr announced yesterday,
that the Packers had signedj
him as a free agent.
"We have signed Erroll be-.
cause we were light on the
roster and because Chester
Marcol hurt his foot in prac-
tice," Starr said. "It's strict-
ly a temporary thing and Er-
roll knows that. But we are
delighted to have him."
Mann joined the. Lions in
1969 and kicked 217 extra points
and 141 field goals before being
cut this year.

records.
With each passing week,
Meyer improves his times, in-
dicating he should be in top
shape for the Big Ten meet
on November 6 in Evanston.
Apparently, the team hasn't
heard of the word quit. At least
they don't show it. With three
of their best runners out, the
harriers still outsprinted Michi-
gan State and Minnesota for
victories last week 4n East Lan-
sing.
-GEOFF LARCOM

without a doubt one of the
finest living singers in (or out of)
any tra'dition from anywhere.
-New York Times
Formerlythe head weaver at Colonial Williams-
burg, Norman Kennedy hails from Aberdeen,
Scotland, has been adopted by an American
Indian tribe, is totally charming, and a highly
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Laurie's replacement, Robin
Gelston, had a fine game in
goal. Albion had numerous op-
portunities in the second half
but could not push in the win-
ning goal.-
With the win, the team achiev-
ed coach Ocker's goal of five

and five completions gives
Dingy two more records.
IN A GAME that may turn
into an aerial circus, Michigan
State travels to Champaign to
take on the Fighting Illini. Il-!
linois needs a win in order to

streak to 13.

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