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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 7, 1975

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OPEN WCHA SEASON BETWEEN THE SHEETS
Jim Dutcher . .
. . . man on a tightrope
By ED LANGE Joey De lure, a 5-10, 180 lb. Dakota is "going to have (o play By AL HRAPSKY
The North Dakota Fighling right winger, leads the Dako- extremely good hockey" to beat
Sioux are in town tonight, but tans in scoring with three goals Michigan. But, as a forewarning JIM DUTCHER is facing one of the sorriest situations in college
if everything goes as planned and five assists for a total of to those who are anticipating a bsebl oa.Assatt ihgnsJh r o h
{ "'ti"** ""'""ad"'"'''"'"*''" *****"""tC~tn basketball today. Assistant to Michigan's John Orr for the
there will be none of the pil- eight points. The other top cakewalk for the Blue, he warns
"aging, ravaging or raping us- scorers include forward Tom that his squad is "greatly im- past three years and head coach at Eastern Michigan for six
ually associated with a vicious Goddard with four-two for six proved over last year." before that, Dutcher is about to begin his first season as the head
Indian attack. points and left winger Roger MICHIGAN coach Dan Farrell coach at the University of Minnesota.
The type of brave who in- Lamoureux, one four for five, agrees that North Dakota is a
vades Yost Ice Arena this week- f TE oetsoigtrasmuhbte emta atya Getting on in years--he's 42 with 14 years experience as
vaejotIeAeati ek OTHER potent scoring threats much better team than last year head coach-in his coaching prime, and generally tired of play-
end is expected to be armed for the Sioux are center Bob and says the Blue's toughestghwadhkytcI-isyeis dfnmhangsprtmemnldngenirtreyutrredteomab t y-
with a hockey stick. If his style DePiero, defenseman D a v e' assignment "will be mentally ing the assistant role, Dutcher accepted the formidable task at
of attack resembles that of pre- Grieving and forwards Brad preparing ourselves for them. Minnesota in the wake of an NCAA probe, a losing season and
vious years, the battle could Becker and Joe Kompon. We've got to strive for more a lot of player discontent. The probable perpetrator of many of
have all the excitement of ,a Pete Waselovich will be in the consistency." the Gophers' woes, Bill Musselman, didn't even stick around for
re-run of television's "F Troop."Dd"They've the reception, moving to San Diego to coach the American
LATLY Nrt DkoasI nets for North Dakota and the e'e had a young team
L A T E L Y, North Dakota's -9, 150 lb. goalie could have for the past two years," con- Basketball Association Sails. Now Dutcher is left with all the
hockey team has been ser the Wolverines pulling their hair tinued Farrell, "but they've got loose ends that he must inextricably wind into a stable basketball
reckoned with in the Western out before the night is through. a good goalie and are a fast program.
Colgite Hockey Association. The junior from International skating team."
COfteregadedH he ArathjFalls, Minnesota is recognized Gary Morrison is out for this. Although his most pressing problem is numbers-he has
the sure sweep on the schedule as one of the top goalies in the series. The junior forward has eight scholarship players and an unusual six walk-ons, in
Last year the Sioux finished circuit. With a little help from a bad thigh injury and will not comparison to Michigan's 13 grant-in-aid players-the results
with a less than impressive 6-28- his defensemen, he could make see action this weekend. Center of the NCAA investigation could very well determine the
2 over-all record and a 4-26-2 things very tough for Michigan. Don Farig is doubtful with a success of Dutcher's new regime.
leage mrk.But hins culd Bjorkland admits that North( shoulder injury.
league mark. But things could jAfter several alleged violations of NCAA recruiting bylaws
be on the upswing this year for j 4were uncovered late last spring, the University hired an outside
CchRbe Bjsoryans sand his law firm to complete the probe. The findings of that firm go to
charges. Last year's squad wasK
composed almost soly of under- the NCAA on the first of December and Minnesota's fate hangs
classmen who suffered through in the balance.
a traumatic year. iIfathe NCAA merely castigates the Gopher program, Dutcher
But this year the Sioux have will probably "only have to suffer through one tough season.
ment instead of taking it. They But if serious violations are rooted out, and probation or re-
opened their season with a cruiting restrictions are imposed, the Gopher basketball pro-
series against St. Louis and gram may never recover. "The decision of the NCAA could
fared pretty well, splitting two really hurt if they restrict our scholarships," the new Minnesota
games. coach mused. "Our problem is lack of depth and if they restrict
The shocker occurred last !., ?our recruiting power, it will be a very long, hard road to build
Saturday when they dumped de- up strength. Illinois was restricted to three scholarships per
fending national champion Mich- i year, 10 years ago and they still haven't recovered."
igan Tech, 8-5, to gain a split
with the highly favored Huskies. While the violators have yet to be singled out for release
BJORKLAND has been pleas- ato the press, the names that'keep popping up are Ron Behagen;
ed with his team, commenting Tommy Barker, who played for one year and then transferred
that it has "played pretty good x. to the University of Hawaii; Rich McCutcheson, who transferred
hockey with the exception of { ti to Arizona State; and Phil Filer, a junior college student who
the opening game against St. graduated last year. All the players and coaches involved in the
Louis violations are no longer in the program but whether the NCAA
They key to the Sioux successng Bok <takes this into consideration, is up in the air.
thus far, according to Bjork-
land, is that "we're pretty welly The desertion of three of last year's top players' for
balanced. We're getting pretty varied reasons further comlicated Dutcher's plight. Mark
good goaltending plus we've got Olberding, leading scorer, followed Musselman and signed
good, quick forwards. Also,
we've got good sized defense-rds A . .a $750,000 pro contract with the Sails. Mark Landsberger,
men."g- Daily Photo by KEN FINK disenchanted with Minnesota's slow-down brand of basketball,
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team. The Bluesplit with the Olympians last weekend, win-
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season. Ironically enough, Chad Nelson, a 6-11 freshman, was
frustrated with the idea of playing behind Olberding and
switched to Drake-his second collegiate choice.
So Dutcher was greeted by two returning starters when he
moved into his new office in the Bierman building last August-
'Phil "Flip" Saunders, a steady performer at guard, and 6-10
Mike Thompson, a sophomore center. Osborne Lockhart, a quick
6-1 guard, and Ray Williams (brother Gus plays with the Golden
State Warriors), considered one of the top Junior College guards
in the country last year, are the top contenders for the other
starting guard spot.
But after 6-9 forward Dave Winey, the roster begins to thin
out.
"I'm trying to get kids who can play Big Ten basketball
and give them experience so that they'll be ready by January
when the season opens," Dutcher commented. "Our real test
will come against Marquette in the pre-season. Al (McGuire)
said that this could be his best team yet and of course, they have
several players back from last year.
"We have to at least split our first Big Ten conference
doubleheader against Michigan and Michigan State. It's very
importantefor the season and could go a long way in determin-
ing morale."
"The problem I'm having," he said, "is that all our players
were recruited by Bill (Musselman) and are bigger, slower
players. I can't change their abilities so I'll have to change.
We have poor speed and probably won't run but if we want to
press, we'll run three guards.
"At center and guard we can match other Big Ten teams
but not at forward. When forced into this situation, we'll
zone (defense). But we'll mix it up-we're not going to just
stand around."
Even though Dutcher is in a precarious situation, he has
several advantages. Number one: the whole state of Minnesota
rallies around the team, as Minneapolis-St. Paul lacks an NBA
franchise, and sellout crowds turn up game after game. This
year alone the Gophers have sold about 6,000 non-student season
tickets. Number two: in basketball, unlike other team sports,
a couple of great players can make a national contender out of
a so-so squad. Look at Kareem Abdul Jabbar or Campy Russell.
But in the long run, Dutcher's and Minnesota's fortunes
will depend on the NCAA's decision, which could prove a stag-
gering blow. I guess that's the price a do or die, get-rich-quick
program like Musselman's must pay. It's just too bad a man of
Dutcher's ability and character has to get stuck with the bill.

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