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By PAUL CAMPBELL
A tradition of close games be-
tween Michigan and Denver
continued this past weekend, as
the pucksters nipped the Pio-
neers 6-5 on Saturday after
dropping a 3-2 decision on Fri-
day night.
However, another tradition
was shattered. The Wolverines'
Saturday win was their first in
over five years on Denver ice.
"I'm happy anytime we can
win on the road," said Michigan
coach Dan Farrell, "that goes
especially for winning in Den-
ver."
FARRELL was alsobhappy
that his team is now back at
full strength. Pat Hughes and
Gary Morrison, both of whom
had missed considerable action
because of knee injuries, were
back in uniform against the
Pioneers.
Morrison made the most of
his return early in Friday
night's game, as he scored his
first goal of the season less than
two minutes into the contest.
Denver responded with two

unanswered tallies to take the
lead, but Kris Manery knotted
the game early in the second
period. Then Gordon Gibson
scored a breakaway goal at
13:03 for Denver.
THE PIONEER lead stood up
throughout a scoreless third
period. The Denver defensemen
sparkled, as they only allowed
the potent Michigan attackers
only six shots on goall.-
Michigan broke quickly again
on Saturday, getting goals from

Angie Moretto and Dan Hoene sists to lead Michigan 'in sco
in the first two minutes of the ing in the two game series.
game. I The split leaves the Wolve
This time the Blue sustained ines in a four way tie for thi
the attack, as Moretto added in the WCHA. Their 5-3 reco]
another first period score and is matched by Minnesota an
Manery and Dave Debol found Collorado College, while D
the range in the second session. luth has as many points despi
two more losses. Michigan Te
The Wolverines then had toswpNorDaetgabs
hold off a furious Denver rally pe t 2 Dame to grab s
in the third period, as the Pio- ndplace with1ps. ich
gan St., who takes on Michiga
neers scored three times to on- in a Home and home series th
ly one for Michigan. weekend, beat North Dako
GREG FOX netted four as- twice to stay atop the pack.

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Michig-m's gymnastics squad managed to 'fare fairly well"
in the words of Coaxh Newt Loken during last weekend's annual
Midwest tournament. O1er 100 gymnasts performed in every
event of the tournament, inclding many former national cham-
pions. No team score was tabulited.
Top Wolverine performers were Bob Darden-fourth in the
high bar, Mason Kaufman-fourth on the trampoline, Chuck Ven-
tura-twelfth on the pommel horse, Chuck Stillerman-tenth and
Randy Sakamoto-twelfth in the floor exercise, and John Cor-
ritore-eleventh on the parallel bars.
Loken did not enter all-around competitors for the Mid-
west meet in preparation for the Ball State Invitational this
weekend.
Every school in the Big Ten was represented and the meet
enabled coaches to get a sneak preview of conference compe-
tition before the Big Ten Invitational next January 10.
"It was one of those big meets where you evaluate every-
body," Loken said.

Five Wolverines tabbed
A 1-conference byAP

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The Big Ten champion Ohio along with Wisconsin's Billy'
St:te Buckeyes and runnerup I Marek were together for the
,dichigan Wolverines dominated second straight year.
the 1975 All Big Ten football The newcomer to the back-
team selected by the Associated field was tailback Gordon Bell.
Press. Seven Ohio State players Bell, who led the Big Ten in
were named to the first team, rushing, replaced Indiana's
while five Wolverines were Courtney Snyder from last
chosen to fill the first 22 spots. year's picks.
al The only non-senior to make
The oacKfield consisted of athe first team on offense was
seniors and was a near repeat wide receiver Jim Smith of
of 1974. Archie Griffin and Cor- Michigan.
nelius Greene of Ohio State Joe Smalzer of Illinois was

front line were: teammate Dan
Jilek, Nick Buonamici of Ohio
State, Keith Simons of Min-
nesota, and Blane Smith of Pur-
due.
The linebacking crew con-
sisted of Michigan's Don Du-
fek, Ohio State's Ed Thomp-
son, and Donnie Thomas of
Indiana.
The only area on defense
lacking a Wolverine was in the
defensive backfield, Ohio State's
Tim Fox, Tom Hannon of MSU
and Northwestern's Pete Shaw

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time winner of the Heisman Trophy, has been told to book a flight
to New York that would get him there in time for this afternoon's
announcement of the 1975 Heisman winner, the Associated Press
learned yesterday.
The 5-foot-9, 182-pound senior finished the regular season
as the nation's seventh leading rusher with 1,307 yards on
245 carries. But he fell 121 yards short in his attempt to
break the all-time collegiate rushing mark of 5,297 set by
Howard Stevens in two years at Randolph Macon, a College
Division school, and two years at the University of Louisville.

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chosen as the best tight end.
Other members of the offensive
line were: Center Paul Jasinskis
of Northwestern, tackles Rod
Walter of Iowa and Scott Dan-
nelley of Ohio State, guards Ted
Smith of Ohio State and Terry
Stieve of Wisconsin.
Wolverine Tim Davis was the
only repeater on the defensive
squad. Along with Davis on the

were named to the first team's, -AP
defensive backfield. - -
Other Wolverines honored
were: defensive lineman Greg Knight sies NCAA
Morton and linebacker Calvin
O'Neal to the second team. Re- Indiana basketball Coach Bobby Knight has filed suit against
ceiving honorable mention were: the National Collegiate Athletic Association, challenging its 10-
Jim Czirr, Mark Donahue, Walt player limit on traveing basketball squads, a spokesman said
Downing, Rob Lytle and Jeff yesterday.
Perlinger. Knight filed the suit against the NCAA last Friday in Monroe
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Archie Griffin was one of four Ricky Bell, who led the nation

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repeaters named to the Asso-
ciated Press 1975 All-America
team, yesterday. Griffin of Ohio
State gained over 5,000 yards in
his career as a Buckeye. Other
repeaters from 1974 were: cen-
ter Rik Bonness of Nebraska,
defensive end Leroy Cook of
Alabama, and defensive back
Pat Thomas of Texas A&M.
Joining Griffin in the back-
field were a trio of West Coast
p a y e r s. UCLA quarterback
John Sciarra, who led the
Bruins to their first Rose Bowl
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in running with 1,875 yards, and
California runner Chuck Muncie,
who broke every school rushing,
all-purpose running and scoring
mark, were named to the first
team All-American backfield.
MISSING FROM the first
team selections were any Mich-
igan players. Middle guard Tim
Davis was the only Wolverine
to make the second team. Tail-
back Gordon Bell was selected
for the third team backfield.
Three Wolverines received hon-
orable mention; wide receiver
Jim Smith, defensive end Dan
Jilek, and wolfman Dan Dufek.
The rest of the first team
offensive selections included:
tight end Mike Barber of Loui-
siana Tech, who made the Little
All-America last year when his
school was a member of the
NCAA's College Division, wide
receiver Larry Seivers of Ten-
nessee, tackles Mark Koncar of
Colorado and Bob Simmons of
Texas, guards Randy Johnson of
Georgia and Ted Smith of Ohio
State.
On defense, Oklahoma's bruis-
ing Selmon brothers, Leroy and
Dewey completed a family
sweep of All-American honors.
In 1973 older brother Lucius
was named to the squad. Leroy
is a 256 pound defensive tackle,
while Dewey is a 257 pound nose
guard.
THE SELMON brothers were
joined on the 1975 squad by
teammate Jimbo Elrod, a de-
fensive end, which gave Okla-
homa three positions on the de-
fensive front five. Joining Okla-
homa players and Cook on the
front line was tackle Steve Nie-
haus of Notre Dame.
The linebacking corps consist-
ed of Greg Buttle from Penn
State, Sammy Green from Flo-
rida, and Ed Simonini from
Texas A&M.
Along with Thomas in the de-
fensive backfield players named
were A r iz ona ,State's Mike
Haynes, and Navy's Chet Moel-
ler.
Excluding Davis, no other Big
Ten player made the second
team. On the third team, offen-
sive tackle Rod Walters of Iowa,
defensive tackle Nick Buonamici
of Ohio State, and defensive
back Tim Fox of Ohio State
were selected.
The Top 20
By The Associated Press

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