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Wednesday, November 3, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Goalies

trigger icers success

LA
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By LESLIE BROWN

Fm looking for consistancy in

While Palmer works hard,

let them down," said Palmer.

I goalies, but then one decided

and BOB MILLER my own performance." he has an unusually easy going Zimmerman, from Edina, not to play. I came down to Ann GON
Palmer, a business major, approach to the game which Minnesota found his way into Arbor to see the campus, and Member
When the Gophers come to
Yost this weekend, watch the 'ails from Grosse Pointe Woods. he credits to Billy Rowe, Mich- a Michigan uniform in a it only took four hours to make scientists
Yt tNo stranger to the game, he igan's goalie coach. round-about manner. He too up my mind to play here." zation an
Michigan goalies. They're the started playing at the tender age "He has helped me a lot tech- took a year off after high Zimmerman is a Creative Univ. Soc
Juniors Rick Palmer and of seven. nically, but more than anything school, lending his services to Writing major who thought Wed
Frank Zimmerman inherited the Palmer is the third member else, he's helped my mental' a Junior League in his home about academics when he chose'W
a n er rd of his family to play college approach, he said. state. Michigan.
ated All-American R ob gbie hockey, as older brothers played Whatever Rowe taught Palmer But, because no team actively Like Palmer, Zimmerman WChronic
for Cornell and Denver. must be working. Palmer rose:sought him out, he wrote to hopes to make people stop
oore. However, Palmer aimed only to second string goalie and Michigan Tech and Michigan. I comparing the goalies to the America
Haunted by Moore's legend, for nearby Michigan. In order: grabbed "Most Improved Play-' "J o h n MacInness (Tech's departed Moore, who is now Wed.
Palmer wants only to be to come here, he took a year er" honors last year. coach) came down to watch me playing for Western Ontario "WESTER
judged on his own merit . off from school to work and im- "I had a really good feeling play and gave me the applica- University. Policies,F
Looking back to the beginning prove his hockey skills, knowing that it (the award) was tions to fill out," said Zimmer- In the first four series of the'
of the season, Rick explained, ( His efforts paid off. As a fresh- voted to me by the other team man. year, Zimmerman and PalmerT
"I just set a goal for myself - man. Palmer nade the team as members. It also keeps me go- "Michigan coach Dan Farrell will split the goaltending duties, C
to play. Now that I am playing, a walk-on. ing, because I feel like I can't first told me he was set with giving Farrell a chance to see
~,- ----- -both men play before deciding DAN
onRTS O T E DA L a kermanent rotation. KEN~
SPORTS OF THE DAILY ' Asked ifathetthinks there isKE
any difference in playing thej
* first game of the series or the Of
s e c o n d, Zimmerman said,., ,,v,, ,,
Oklaoma uiiiier scrutiniy a e h te emof
Oklahma u o'de , sc utin"There is an advantage playing;
the second night, because you
can see the other team offen--
By The Associated Press a front - page article Oct. 25, ernathy were added to the Los mined to start playing again sivelv, how they set up their
NORMAN, Okla.-Officials Of said it had learned the NCAA Angeles Lakers roster Tuesday two weeks from now." nlavs and who shoots the puck
is prob n allegations that Okla- with forward Connie W~r~ fm ,xino1

TIN AMERICAN-NATIVE AMERICAN ISSUES
VISITING LECTURER, OCT. 26-NOV. 5, 1976
ZALO CASTILLO-CARDENAS
Comunidad Ciencia y Pueblo, an interdisciplinary team of Colombian social
committed to social change. Action-oriented research and community organi-
mong Indian and Peasant communities in Colombia. Ph.D candidate Columbia
. and Anthro. of Relig.
., Nov. 3-Film: WAR OF THE GODS
Ved. noon International Center, Nov. 3
Ved. 10 p.M. ECC, 921 Church St., Nov. 3
es the slow vanishing of South American tribes under the pressure of Euro-
n civilization-particularly its missionaries impact.
. 4:15, Nov. 3 Aud. "A" Angell Hall-LECTURE
RN SOCIETY AGAINST THE INDIAN IN SOUTH AMERICA: Government
Foreign Corporations and Christian Missionaries-Threats to Indian Survival."
* noon, Nov. 4 International Center
ONVERSATION /DISCUSSION (brown bag)
ZALO CASTILLO and invited faculty (open to the public)
NIIEL LEVINE, Poli. Sci., U of M
NNETH LANGTON, Poli. Sci., U of M
For information
fice of Ethics and Religion, 3204 Michigan Union, 764-7442

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Oklahoma announced yesterday g g "'.',""" L s'-Uh WIJ""'"%1* wan
that they had been informed homa football players "have and forward - guard Allen Mur-
that the Big Eight Conference sold game tickets at inflated phy placed on waivers.
will make a formal investiga- prices through coaches to gen- Roberts, a 6-foot-8 former pikers sweep
tion of allegations that football erate a 'payroll' for the play- American Basketball Associa-
players had sold tickets at in- ers.-; tion player, was signed. Michian' arsit
flated prices. Abernathy, a 6-7 rookie from
Indiana. was activated from of their last home appeara

The nending Big Eight probe Bell back the injured list. He had missed'
was disclosed in a release by the first six games with a groin!
the Office of Media Informa-, LOS ANGELES - Southern pull.
tion, which insisted the allega- = California running backs Ricky
tions were not being investigat-! Bell and Dave Farmer will be * * *
ed by the National Collegiate ready to play against Stanford
Athletic Association. on Saturday. , Orr idled
According to a release by Tailback Bell, the Troians' TORONTO -Bobby Orr un-
the school's office of media Heisman Trophy candidate, derwent an orthoscopic exami-
information. Big Eight Com- suffered a hip pointer against nain on hscft e
missioner Chuck Neinas arriv- Oregon State two weeks ago day and will be lost to Chicago
ed on the OU campus yester- and iniured an ankle last Black Hawks for at least two
day afternoon to inform of- we-k in the 20-6 victory over Blak
ficials that "the adverse pub- California. weeks.
licity in the press was the Fullback Farmer suffered a "No operation is necessary,"
reason for the Big Eight in- snrained knee in the 56-0 tri- formed the examination at To-
volvement at this time." "mni o-er Oregon State and ronto General Hospital.
President Paul F. Sharp said, didn't play against California "ontherlstar.
in the release: "It is under-: althoigh he was in uniform. In the last four or five
standable that the allegations "Bell is okay, but he didn't k he has had flui on the
being made by certain news- practice on Monday," Coach ke bn '
papers have created a high lev- John Robinson said yesterday. thenpwoslemis no different
el of concern within the Big He'll be fine for the game on than it was in June.
g.Sat'rday" Orr's agent, Alan Eagleson,
Eight Conference. sad hSspketo he atina
"We welcome this opportinity ' * * said he spoke to the National
to cooperate with an official Hockey League defenseman fob
in a sys- Hlowing the examination.
investigative agencyHoosier hired Although Orr expressed dis-
tematic evaluation of the appointment at not being able
charges." LOS ANGELES - Forwards to play against his old Boston
The Oklahoma City Times, in Marvin Roberts and Tom Ab- Bruin teammates Thursday
night in Boston. "He is deter-'

of the year, cruising to an
double victory over W
State and Spring Arbor
'. nit.

en's
most
ance
easy
ayne
last

Coach Sandy Vong said that
the win provided his team
with a necessary boost of con-
fidence following their disap-
pointing tenth place finish in
the Big Ten tournament last
weekend.
In the first match, the spikers
overpowered an error-prone
Wayne State squad, 15-4 and
15-3. Executing well, the team
never trailed in either game.
Spring Arbor put up more of
a battle before falling to the
Wolverines, 15-10 and 15-13.
Jackie Madison highlighted the
second match with several
screaming spikes.
The spikers, now 8-4 on the
season, travel to Saginaw this
Thursday to meet Delta CC.
--DAVE RENBARGER

Irm where.
When asked if he would rather
--lz' the first night or the see-
nd Zimmerman said, "I'd
rat'- nlav the night we win."
Zimmerman did consider the
"ossibility of being part of a
one- arlie system, but tho'eht
d t it would be best if the
d~lties were split.
"I think that it would be hard
to nlav one night, and come
back the next night and be
nhvsically ready," he said.
Zimmerman became a goalie
when he started playing hockey
at aqe 10. As is usual for Min-
neso*a voungsters, he ioined an
gmatplir groun, and the croach
askpd who would like to try
goal? Frank responded, and
yince then has had no regrets
from his decision.
Both goalies have similar phi-
losonhies about the game, es-
*necially in the area of concen-
tration. Palmer believes that
you have to stay in the game
wherever the puck may be and
constantly watch what is going
on.
"Confidence and concentra-
tion is what a goalie needs,"
said Zimmerman, then after a
long pause, "and craziness.

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The Michigan.. Men's Glee Club I
with SPECIAL GUESTS
The Illinois Men's Glee Club
j Saturday, November 13
8:00 p.m.-Hill Aud.
tickets available at the Hill Aud. box office
TICKETS: $2, $3, $4 - Reserved Seats $3, $4 - Gen'I. Admission $2'
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6. Colorado at Missouri,
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8. Boston College at
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