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S©turdoy, November 13, 1976

'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Blue dekers win fourth straight; .,7

Paae Seven

squeeze
By LESLIE BROWN

bi

In a game as diverse in nature as Dr. Jeckyl
and Mr. Hyde, the Michigan hockey team out-
lasted Notre Dame last night at Yost Ice Arena,
7-6.
Notre Dame coach Lefty Smith characterized
the game best when he said, "the fans certainly
got their money's worth."
FOLLOWING A RELATIVELY uneventful first
period, the contest took a radical turnabout, with
penalties and hot tempers abounding.
Almost halfway through the second period the
battle resembled a demolition derby, with referee
Medo Martinello dealing two Notre Dame ten-min-
ute misconducts, including one to goalie Len
Moher.
Notre Dame's Don Jackson collected a tripping
penalty and a ten-minute misconduct at 13:46 of
the second period, testing the already-tight emo-
tions. Michigan then took control following a pair
of offsetting penalties, pummeling Moher with a
barrage of shots from the point.
CLOSE TO THE END of Michigan's power play,
what appeared to be a goal by Dave DeBol was
No luck for the Irish

called ack, the call being that he had directed
the puck with his skate. Not awaiting the final
call by the referee, however, Tom Moher let his
feelings be known and ultimately collected a ten-
minute misconduct, joining his teammate on the
bench.
Junior John Peterson then assumed the net-mind-
ing duties for the remainder of the game.
With only three minutes left in the erratic period,
Jack Brownschidle scored an unassisted goal that
evidently ricocheted off a Michigan player. Goalie
Rick Palmer contested the goal on similar grounds
of directing the puck, but it was to no avail.
AS THE THIRD PERIOD began, with the score
all even at 4-4, the contest seemed to have the
makings of a slugfest.
The referees, however, came out prepared for
some hard hitting and kept emotions under con-
trol.
Michigan opened the period's scoring only a
minute into play with a goal by Bill Wheeler right
in front, off a pass from Hoene on the right.
Until the third period Michigan seemed to be

Irish,

using its power play much more effectively than
in the past weeks, but wasted three opportunities
to put the game away early.
WHEN MANERY SCORED with only four min-
utes to go, it looked as if Michigan could hold
out. The goal was picture perfect, shooting past
Peterson in the lower right corner of the goal.
A curious, if not crucial, decision was made
when Notre Dame Coach Smith pulled his goalie
with 1:18 remaining.
The face-off was in the Michigan zone but was
promptly swept the length of the ice setting up
Thayer's open net goal, with the assist going to
Manery. This put it away as even the last min-
ute goal by Notre Dame's Collier was too little
too late.
ALL THIS FOLLOWED from the looks of the
lackluster first period, what started out to be a
dull scrimmage.
Coach Dan Farrell seemed satisfied with the
win, explaining, "We got some good action on the
power play, keeping 'the puck in their zone. I can't
believe we're putting the puck in the net as well
as we are."
ROSES IN BALANCE

76'

Daily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIN
MICHIGAN'S HARD HITTING defenseman D'-an Turner takes his lumps while Bill Wheel-
er looks on, in action from last night's hockay game. Played at Yost, the game saw the
Wolverines defeat Notre Dame to remain in first place in the WCHA.

'I - I -

FIRST PERIOD
SCORING: 1. Mich.-Maurer 7:44;.
2. N. D. - Walsh (Hamilton) 10:25;
3. Mich. - DeBol (Rob Palmer,
Hoene) 17:02.
PENALTIES: 1. N. 1). - Hamifl-
ton (2-trip) 5:48; 2. N. D. -- Walsh
(2-rough).
SECOND PERIOD
SCORING: 4. Mich. - DeBol
(Brennan, Lerg) 3:19; 5. N. D. -
Hamilton (Walsh, Meredith) 7:59;
6. N. D. - T. Fairhoim (Nugent)
9:45; 7. Mich. - Manery (Turner,
Natale)' 10:56; 8. N. D. - Brown-
schidle 17:26.
PENALTIES: 3. N. D. -- Johnson
(2-hi stick) 1:46; 4. Mich. -JNatale
(2-trip) 6:50; 5. N. D. - Jackson
(served by Nugent, 2-trip) 13:46;
6. N. D. - Jackson (10-miscon-
duct) 13:46; 7. N. D. - Brown-'

schidle (2-cross check) 14:09; 8.
Hoene-- (2-hi stick) 14:09; 9. N.D.
- Moher (10-misconduct) 15:48.
THIRD PERIOD
SCORING: 9. Mich. - Wheeler
(Rob Palmer, Hoene) 1:50; 10. N.D.
- Hamilton (Walsh, Meredith)
13:00; 11. Mich. - Manery (Thay-
er, Maurer) 16:12; 12. Mich - Thay-
er (Manery) 19:06; 13. N. D. -
Collier (Walsh) 19:46.
PENALTIES: 10. N.D. - Bourque
(2-hi stick) 2:35; 11. N. D. -
Weitzin (2-hi stick) 1:15; 12. N. D.
Me edith (2-interference) 10:20.
SCORING BY PERIODS
NOTRIk DAME 1 3 2 - 6
MICHIGAN 2 2 3 - 7,
Attendance: 3,451

1 lue

teder

pressure

Guards Porter and
trigger Piston wine,

By BILL STIEG Last week's 16-14 loss to Pur- country that can't beat 'us if with the press because of a gag
The pressure has arrived a due jerked the previously-un- we are not ready to play." rule imposed by Schembechler
week early for the Michigan defuated Wolverines back into At least ten of the regulars during the week.
football team. second place, so now only a can be expected to give a lit- In past years, the Illinois
Today at Michigan Stadium, win today and a win at Ohio tle extra effort today - the game has been a troublesome
the battered and suddenly vul-' State next week will make seniors who are playing in their hurdle on the way to the Ohio
nerable Wolverines face the Michigan's Rose Bowl dream last home game. State showdown. In 1973, the
kind of do-to-die situation usu- come true. That's assuming the Included in that group are Rob Wolverines overcame fumbles
ally saved for the season-end- Buckeyes can beat Minnesota Lytle and Jim Smith on e and a stubborn Illini team, 21-6.
iig Ohio State game. today.. ,y. and im mton offense, In '74, Michigan withstood
allysave fo theseaon-ed- uckees an batainneotaregadMastubornIlBiobtamn1-6
Rarely has an Illinois game But there's more than just' Jn HegeMortn'o L, three late Illinois thrusts to pre-
taken on such importance. this win-or-else pressure work- Calvin O'Neal, JerryrZuver and serve a 14-6 win. And last sea-
But then, Michigan has never ing against Michigan. Starting Jim Bolden on defense. Place- son, Michigan held on for an-
had a season like this be- . defensive end John Anderson is kicker Bob Wood is also a sen- other tough victory, this time
fore. out with a sprained knee, and ior. by a 21-15 score. Schembechler'
- - Michigan's top three runningI _ _ _ _ _ _ has always praised the Illini
backs are hobbled by slighter Today's football game against defense, and this year is no
injuries. . . 1 Illinois, starts at 1:00 instead ecpin
sp so And most of all, Michigan of then customary 1 :30, be- Illinois (4-5, 3-3 in the Big
must bounce back. Not sincecasoftearydkns Ten) ranks third in, the, Big
1969, when Michigan lost to cto Ten in rushing defense, b-
have the Wolverines had to play gan. The Illini have yielded
a game just seven days after In their stay at Michigan, only 188 yards per game on
a loss. these players have lost only one the ground, and 334 total per
bounds as the Pistons rolled Every other defeat has come game at home.gr
BuYhne rMcia game, good for fifth in the,
to victory. in the season-ending game with .But chances are, Michigan conference.
.Brown, who was booed at the Ohio State or in a bowl game. il neenThe Wo verinentiver Rob Lytle, Michigan's leading
outset of the game, concluded So no one, not even Michigan image tarnished and their pride rusher, suffered a hip pointer
by saying, "It's nice to win an- coach Bo Schembechler, knows hu in last week's loss, but he was
other one on the 'road.' " how the Michigan team will hrt, have something to prove i atweslsbth a
reac. e-to'themselves and their fans. practicing at full speed by mid-
react. week and will start today. Also,
"I think we'll find out now "We were down after the tailback Harlan Huckleby and
SC O RESwhat this Michigan team is (Purdue) game, but as the week fullback Russell Davis are both
made of," he said. "I don't went on, we sorta forgot about hampered by thigh bruises, but
know if we can win our last what happened," said safety the injuries won't affect their
NBA two games or not but I would Dwight Hicks. "Our shot at the playing time.
DETROIT ,ii, N.Y. Knicks 97 be surprised if we didn't have Big Ten championship is not Today's game is another sell-
Philadelphia 143, Washington 104' a super effort in them. over by any means. We're just out, and the ninth consecutive
Boston 117, New Orleans 11 "I don't think there's a team thinking about winning these 100,000-plus crowd at Michigan
Milwaukee 111, Houston 9 ' in the country we can't beat last two games." Stadium.
Chicago 5, washington 4 and, by the same token, there's Hicks was the only player of-.
Cleveland 3, Atlanta 3 probably not a team in the ficially allowed to communicate

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By ERNIE DUNBAR fo;r pests and two assists to
and DON MacLACHLAN , pull t'- Pistons ahead 74-71,
Special to The Daily with 3- 1 to play in the period.
DETROIT - Fourteen un- THE BACKCOURT tandem of'
answered third-quarter points in Porter and Ralph Simpson trig-
a span of four minutes, trig- gered the comeback for the Pis-
gered the IDetroit Pistons to a tons, who outscored the Knicks
111-97 victory over the injuri- 21-4 over the last seven min-1
utes of the crucial quarter.I
Hoosiers sell out Both Porter and Simpson tal-
hMichigan ticket office lied their season-highs, scoring
The tht l 22 and 18 points, respectively.
announced yesterday that all Porter hasn't started a game
tickets for the Michigan-Tn- this season but felt his role
diana basketball game on t of.con off ench is just
Sunday, February 13, have of commg off the bench is just
been sold out. This is the as important.,
earliest sellout in basketball "It's a new situation, but play-
history at Michigan. ing behind an individual who's
So far approximately 10,- playing as good as Eric Money,
000 season tickets have been you really don't mind," Porter,
sold for the 13,609-seating who also had six assists, said.
Crisler Arena. "You'll know you will contri-
bute when you get in the game,"
he added.
plagued New York Knicks here,h d "BUT THERE IS no problem
last night. ;between me and Herb (Piston
With the Pistons trailing 71-60 coach Brown)."
with 7:04 remaining in the quar- Forward Howard Porter dom-
ter, Bob Lanier scored six of inated the boards in the sec-
his game-high 30 points and and half, totalled fifteen points'
floor-leader Kevin Porter added and a season-high thirteen re-

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I'ACIE BUCKEI YES TODA Y:
Gophers shoot for title

District meet: Last
of harrier obstacles
By GEOFF LARCOM
If history is to repeat itself this morning in Champaign,i
Illinois, the least disappointed people in town will be Ron
Warhurst and his Michigan Cross Country Squad. l
Looking for a repeat of last year's second place finish t
in the NCAA District Four Championship, Warhurst has 1
made two changes in last week's Big Ten champion lineup.
Doug Sweazey and Bob Scheper will run in place 1
of Dan Heikkinen and Jon Cross. Greg Meyer, Bill
Donakowski, and Steve Elliot are Michigan's leading
contenders. Mark Foster and Bruce McFee round out {
the starting seven.
Conferences represented include the Big Ten, the Mid-
American Conference. and Notre Dame.-
Five schools, but only a maximum of three from the 1
Big Ten, will advance on. to the NCAA Char-pionships.
Michigan ace Greg Meyer sees Wisconsin as the team
to beat, but Illinois also poses a threat. "We'll be running
on Illinois' home course, and for them that will be a big t
advantage," Meyer related. "They always bring out good
crowds and this really gets them fired up.
"As for Wisconsin, they always run super in the Dis-
trict Meet. This year they'll be even tougher because of
their disappointing fourth place showing in the Big Ten
championship."
Individually, Meyer is looking to even the score with
Herb Lindsay of MSU, who edged him out of second place
last week at Northwestern.
The course at Ch'nmns ign is 10.000 meters, one and
three fourths of a mile longer than the customary five
mile length, gives Michigan an advantage, according to
Warhurst. "As a team we tend to get stronger as the
race noes on," he expljined. "Mever Donakowski and
McFee really can grind out that last two miles when
they have to."
In fact, it was this ability that enabled the harriers to

By DON MacLACHLAN
When Minnesota takes the
field against Ohio State this af-
ternoon, they will still possess
a very slim shot at the 1976 Big
Ten title.
Should they win today, as
well as next week against Wis-
consin, the Gophers will finish
with a 6-2 record. Qoupled with
a Michigan loss to Illinois to-
day and a Wolverine victory
next week at Ohio State, Min-
nesota will tie the "Big Two"
for first place, and earn a trip
to the Rose Bowl.
Minnesota, however, is a 17-
point underdog, and Ohio State
coach Woody Hayes insists that
there is no way the Buckeyes
will look past them towards
Michiean next week.
FOR OHIO STATE, senior
quarterback Jim Pacenta has
co-npleted 63 per cent of his
passes since taking over for
inijred Rod Gerald.
In addition to the passing'
rname, the Buckeye offense re-
lies on the running of backs
Jeff Loean and Pete Johnson.
With 53 career touchdowns,
Johnson needs only six more to
tie Glen Davis as the all-time

leading TD scorer in college attack is the second worst in
football history. the conference.
The Gophers will be out to The passing combination of
avenge last year's 38-6 thrash- Ed Smith and split end Kirk
ing at the hands of the Buck- Gibson spearheads the Michi-
eyes. gan State offense which faces
But, the injury of receiver the best pass defense in the
Ron Kullas two weeks ago has conference today.
hampered quarterback Tony PURDUE WILL be out to
Dungy's passing attack, which avoid a letdown after last
forces the Gophers to run the week's upset of Michigan, when
ball more often. Tailback Kent they venture to Iowa. The Boil-
Kitzmann usually gets the call. ermakers are slight favorites,
IN EVANSTON, rapidly im- due to an explosive running at-
proving Michigan State takes tack led by tailback Scott Dier-
its show on the road to do bat- king.
tle with Northwestern. The Hawkeye defense is third
best in the conference, and
The Wildcats will be out to will face a severe challenge
snap a 15-game losing streak,' from the Purdue running game.
and Spartan coach Darryl Rog- Iowa's offense ranks ninth in
ers is not taking them lightly, the Big Ten, but Purdue boasts
"Northwestern has played the worst defense (statistical-
well enough to win several ly) in the Big Ten.
games but hasn't, Rogers said. ; INDIANA hosts Wisconsin in
"Randy Dean is the best quar- a clash between teams with
terback we've played this year identical 2-4 Big Ten ledgers.
and they have a fine bunch of The Badgers are averaging 28
receivers, including Scott Yelv- points a game and possess the
inpton." league's leading receiver in
THE WILDCAT passing David Charles. Quarterback
game ranks third in the Big Mike Carroll leads the Big Ten
Ten, averaging 155.3 yards per in. total offense averaging 178.7
game. However, their rushing yards per game.

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