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Sa#w:rdoy December 6, 1975,


Page Seven

Saturday, December 6, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven







Michigan tate s c o r e d four
goals in the final period of play
to dump the Michigan icers, 6-4,
before 7,963 fans at Yost Ice
Arena. It was a devastating loss

good period. We let Michigan Heaslip, a frequent visitor to the flicked it past a hapless Ver- PENALTIES: 1. Ms-Moroney (el-
carry the play for two periods." box last night. State's sophomore sical. bowing) 2:25; 2. Ms-Betteriy (trip-
At 1:12 of the third stanza, goalie, Dave Versical, proved to State quickly countered with ping) 9:4?; 3. M-Moretto (hooking)
Michigan's Doug Lindskog was be the Spartan's saviour during: Brendon Moroney scoring on a 13:41; 4. M-Manery (elbowing)
sent off the ice for holding and the two minute onslaught, two on one, taking the pass from ISECOND PERIOD
the Spartan power play notched thwarting both Greg Natale and teammate, who else, Tom Ross SCORING: 4. Ms-Cotp (Ross, Bet-

for coach Dan Farrell and his I their second tally of the night. Dave Debol from no less than to tiei
charges, who must now travel John Sturges let loose with a five feet. TheI
to East Lansing and try to sal- booming slapshot from the left Michigan State scored the on top
vage a split in the crucial two j wing that deflected off team- clincher at 17:04, with Robbie in on
game series.! mate Tom Ross' leg past Blue Harris getting credit. The Spar- from(
The Michigan penalty killing goalie Robbie Moore, Ross get- tan right winger tapped the puck over t
team of John Fardig, Dan Hoene, , ting credit for the goal and from amidst a hectic scene sur- rights
Greg Fox, et al, combined with Sturges the assist. rounding the Michigan net. on top,
goalie Robbie Moore, the third Forward Pat Hughes of Ross picked up his second Mich
star of the game, to stave off Michigan was the next Wolver- goal of the contest with only 12 Angie
State's renowned power play for ine to find his way to the pen- seconds left when he stole the skog, h
most of the night, save for the alty box, his reward for a puck from Doug Lindskog and fortabb
final period. cross check. Steve Colp scored cooly guided it into the empty period.
Penalties hurt the Wolverines the tying goal, taking a pass Michigan net.
last night. The Spartan power from Ross in a goal mouth The contest started with a
play, with Tom Ross, Steve Colp, scramble and ramming it past bang when only 1:14 into he
Daryl Rice and Pat Betterly Moore. opening period, Michigan's
would not be denied in the fate- The Blue dekers were unable Doug Lindskog took a perfect SCoR
ful third period as they tallied to tally on their power play, a pass from defensman Greg Sturges
twice. result of a trip by State's Ron i Natale in the center slot, and 8:58.
Michigan coach Dan Farrell - - --_--_---
was noticably concerned about
the refereeing in the contest, TA E EI HTH R
berating the officials for call
ing "cheap penalties."
"Quite obviously, penaltiesIr
were the difference in the
game," funned Farrell. "Two of
the penaltiesdon their two finali
power play goals were very
questionable. This is the first
time I've ever said that, but By BILL STIEG defensive club and physical. If "We
that's the way I feel." KNOXVILLE - Michigan is they held a team like that to 63, fense,"
Michigan left the ice after the worried about Tennessee. Ten- we've gotta expect to get our go toc
second period on top 4-2 and it nessee is worried about Michi- I fannies drubbed." as pos
looked like MSU was through. gan. and G
As Spartan head coach Amo The only person in either bas- MEARS may be exaggerating. cans I
Bessone commented after the ketball program not worried Most observers are expecting a shuffle
game, "We only played one about tonight's game is Tennes- good game, but foresee Ten- fense.
see's athletic director. He knows nessee as the drubber and "We
that he'll have a full house at Michigan as the drubee. terbac
8 p.m. for a battle that means When asked about Tennessee, the ba
a lot to both teams. Michigan assistant coach Bill (Mike)
Michigan and Tennessee both Frieder produced a file which
it stand highly ranked going into he guaranteed would "scare the THA
tonight s game. Tennessee is hell out of you. Inside were is 5-10
eighth in the nation, Michigan countless press clippings about He rar
16th. By the sound of the the highly-regarded Volunteers. ballhan
the third period because of the coaches' comments, each should To make his point known to Jack

it up. terly) 1:34 pp; 5. M-Moretto (Sawa)
Blue quickly climbed back+ 9:52; 6. M-D. Lindskog (Manery)

as Kris Manery broke
Versical, received a gift
Greg Fox and flipped it
the Spartan netminder's
shoulder to put Michigan
, 2-1.
.igan received goals from

PENALTIES: 5. M-Moretto (trip-
ping) 3:15; 6. MS-Sturges (holding)
5:37; 7. M-Moretto (elbowing)
10:04; S. MS--Coughlin (hi stick)
16:12; 9. M-- Morrison (x-check)
16:12; 10. MS-Heaslip (misconduct)
16:29; 11. M-Manery (charging)

Moretto and Doug Lind- THIRD PERIOD
his second, to take a com- SCORING: 7. MS-Ross (Sturges,
Butterly) 2:38 pp; S. MS-Col.p
e 4-2 lead into the closing (Ross, Rice) 6:34 pp; 9. MS-Harris
(Colp) 17:04; 10. MS-Ross (un-
assisted) 19:48 ENG.
Oh, pUck PENALTIES: 12. M-D. Lindskog
pIL~fI (holding) 1:12; 13. M -Hughes (x-
check) 4:51; 14. MS-Heaslip (trip-
FIRST PERIOD ping) 13.39.
ING: 1. M--D. Lindskog (Na- TOTAL SAVES
:14; 2. MS--Moroney (Ross,I 1 2 2 T
) 9:45; 3. M-Manery (Fox) Versical (MS) 21 8 11 40
Moore (M) 11 16 15 42
Jennes ee

Daily Photo by KEN FINK
MICHIGAN FORWARD Kris Manery (19) bIasts in a first period goal in action from last
night's 6-4 loss to arch-rival Michigan State. Tim McDonald (4) of the top-ranked Spar-
tans watches Manery pace the Wolverines to an early lead, but a late MSU rally dashed
Michigan's upset hopes.



Grapple rs



're strictly a star of-
"says Mears. "We rry to
our best players as often
ssible. That's why King
3runfeld were all-Ameri-
ast year. We're not the
-type or continuity of-
use one guard as a quar-
k, and his job is to get
ll to Grunfeld,, King or
Jackson," Mears said.
T GUARD, or point man,
freshman Johnny Darden.
rely scores, but is a good
ndler and passer.
son, on the other wing, is
ellent shooter who scored
ts a game last year. With
an Terry Crosby as the
serve, Tennessee's wings
enter combined for 71 of
4s' 86 points against Duke.
Ing up "garbage baskets"
eath, says Frieder, is
captain Doug Ashworth.
rong and aggressive Mich-,
ransfer scores most of his.
s a game on lay-ups after
ng the boards for a re-

Tennessee fast breaks when
possible, getting the ball dtwn-
court quickly and never hesi-
tating to shoot.
"THEY RUN now more than
ever," says Frieder. "The key
to the game may be how we
keep them off the boards and
how we convert from offense to
Defensively, the viols play' a
1-2-1 zone, which lends itself to
quick double-teaming. Sharp
passing and movement-which
Michigan showed against a Van-
derbilt zone-are needed to beat
Tennessee's 1-3-1.
Michigan captain Britt pre-
dicts a struggle.
"We'll just have to play tight
defense on their three stars
(Grunfeld, King and Jackson),"
Britt said. "We have to frustrate
them,, and deny them the ball.
And once we get on the boards
and start running, they'll tire
out. We can do it if we really
want to."

By RAY O'HARA the first period with a take- 'brought home a 7-3 decision fort
The Michigan wrestling team down and a near fall. PetersonI the Blue at 142. Briggs rebound-
extended its winning streak to somehow lasted through the pe- ed from a lackluster perfor-'
five straight dual meets lastriod and chose to begin the sec- mance against MSU and outdis-
night with a 26-8 victory over ond period on top. tanced a tiring opponent in the
Ohio University which could The tactic gained him nothing, third period.
best be described as routine. however, as Goodlow quickly es- Churella, another freshman,
Amos Goodlow and Mark Chu- caped. Peterson gamely shot for was victimized by Ohio's Gus
rella produced most of the thrills a takedown but ended up be- Malavite, who refused to lose
for Michigan fans, the former neath the Wolverine, who worked his cool even whenthe young
with an impressive second pe- him over a little before finally Wolverine was ahead and was
riod pin in the 126-pound match obtaining the pin. rewarded with the eventual
and the latter with an unfortu- Goodlow's pin m o r e than decision.
nate 105 defeat at 150, his first made up for a Michigan defeat After a scoreless first period
of the season. at 118 pounds. Jim Haynes ap- in which Churella established
Goodlow delighted all pres- peared to be slightly overmatch- i himself as the aggressor, the
eut, except Ohio, with a debo- ed by Ohio's Andy Daniels, Who wrestlers went to the mat and
nair pin of the Bobcats' Mark established a first period ad- exchanged reversals. Malavite's
Peterson. The freshman ap- vantage and never relinquished escape, was short-lived as Chu-
peared to be almost relaxing it, winning 5-2. , rella charged back and scored
as he cooly destroyed his over- Michigan's Lance Driskell and a takedown, but the senior Bob-
matched opponent. Ohio's Tim Casey fought to an cat escaped again and took Chu-!
Goodlow did not waste much exceedingly uneventful 1-1 draw rella down.
time as-he blitzed Peterson in at 134 before Karl Briggs Churella began to suffer in
Display-764-0554 Classifieds-764-0557
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extra effort he had exerted pre-{
viously by taking the match to'
Malavite. Churella refused to
give up his fatigue was his,
"Malavite's tough," observed
Michigan coach Bill Johanne-
sen, "and Churella just wore
himself out early by shooting
for so many takedowns. He'll!
learn though. I think this matchj

e higher.

Air time
Tonight's Michigan - Ten-
nessee basketball game will
be broadcast over radio sta-
tions WAAM (1600 AM) and
WUOM (91.7 FM.) The game
begins at 8 pm.


will probably help him." "WE'RE expecting the tough-
After Churella's defeat the est team we're going to face all
Bobcats 'trailed by only 11-8 year," said Volunteer coach Ray
but Michigan captured the last Mears. "Our scouts were just
five matches to pull away. amazed at what Michigan did
Brad Hol-nn, Ed Nieswender Ito Vanderbilt. They said they
and Mark Johnson methodically looked fantastic.",
disposed of their opposition by Michigan won its first game of
uncompetitive scores at 158, 167 the year Tuesday, 90-63 over
and 177 pounds respectively. Vanderbilt. Tennessee is 2-0,
Johnson shut out Dave Foster, beating Biscayne easily and
6-0. eating iske eily.n
The heaviest Wolverines, Har- edging Duke 86-80.
old King at 190 and Mike Mc- Mears' statement is a bit
Dowell at heavyweight, both strong, considering the pres-
ired in the third period but held ence of Kentucky, Alabama and
E on to h rdi Auburn on Tennessee's South-
east Conference schedule.
Good-lowed! "They held Vanderbilt to 63
118-Andy Daniels (01U) dec.Greg 1points, and that's a team that
Hayes (M), s- usually scores 90 . points a
126--Amos Goodfellow (M) wbt. game," said Mears.
Mark Peterson (OU), 2:39 "We were lucky to beat Van-
134-Lance Driskell (M) drew Tim derbilt by four last year," he
Casey (OU), 1-2
14?-Karl Briggs (M) dec. Ben continued. "Michigan's a super
Parker (OU), 7-3
150--Gus Malavite (OU) dee. Mark
C"hurena (M. I In-x l E1I

the players, Frieder posted the
clippings and descriptions of the
players on the locker room bul-
letin board. There were some
scary parts.
Tennessee runs a 1-3-1 offense,
and two of those five were all-
Americans last year: Bernard
King and Ernie Grunfeld. King
7lays at the high post and was
the team's leading scorer and
rebounder last season. He scor-
ed 26 per game last year and
hit over 62 per cent of his
MICHIGAN fans remember
him well from the Wolverines
rough-and-tumble 78-74 victory
last year, when King was almost
unstoppable, scoring 34. Michi-
gan freshman center Phil Hub-
bard will "have his hands full"
trying to cover the 6-7 sopho-
more, according to Frieder.
Even if the Wolverines stop
King, Grunfeld is more than
capable of picking up the slack.
He scored 23.8 a game last year,
but was injured for the Michi-
gan game. He plays from the
wing position where Wawman
Britt will cover him. Grunfeld,
6-6, is considered an outstand-
ing one-on-one player.
7 1A 7

an exc
13 poin
top res
and ce
the Vol
The str
igan tr
8 point

158-Brad Holman (M) dec. Tom
Rowlands (OU), 9-2
167-Ed Nelswender (M) dec. Ran-
dolph Scott, 7-2
177-Mark ,ohnson (M) dec. Dave
Foster (OU), 6-0
190-Harold King (M) dec. Tom
Jones (0OU), 5-4
Hwt-Mike McDowell (M) dec. Mike
Harris (OU), 5-3
_ _ S C n0 .R E S
Detroit 102, Houston 91
Boston 104, New Orleans93
Buffalo 125, Cleveland 108
Philadelphia 99, New York 97
Milwaukee 103, Kansas City 95
N.Y. Rangers 3, Kansas City 2
College Basketball
UCLA 90, San Jose St. 80
Southern Cal 77, Vanderbilt 72
Notre Dame 5, Wisconsin 2


Tumblers take 4thf
in Ball State meet

special To The Daily
The men's gymnastic team
placed a ''respectable'' fourth
in the Ball State Invitaional held
yesterday in Muncie, Indiana,
according to Coach Newt Loken.
Bob Darden, on the high bar,
captured the only first place for
the Wolverines.
In othersevents, Richard
Bigras won fourth place hon-
ors on the pommel horse and
Pierre Leclerc finished fifth
in vaulting and sixth on the
parrallel bars to contribue to
the Blue scoring.
Freshman N i g e 1 Rothwell
rounded out the four man squad,

representing Michigan in the
"all-around " Invitational.
Team score was tallied by the
finishes of the top three per-
formers in each event.
Nebraska led the 13 teams
present with a 148.5. Indiana
State placed second with a
143.85, and Oklahoma's 141.55
barely edged Michigan's 140.45.
Southern Illinois finished fifth
with a score of8139.3, squeaking
by Illinois' 138.8.
"Darden's performance was
super," stated Coach Loken. "It
was a fine showing by many

Sports of theiaiiy
Woody a goody
Ohio State coach Woody Hayes has been named the Big Ten
Football Coach of the Year in a vote of midwestern sportswriters
and broadcasters.
Michigan's Bo Schembechler, winner of the first such
award in 1972, finished second with 242 points to Hayes' 344,
points. Hayes received first-place votes on 52 of the 104
ballots cast.
Hayes, who won the award for the second time in the last
four years, has compiled a 213-62-8 career record, including a
132-33-7 mark in Big Ten play.
B rains and brawn
Michigan defensive end Dan Jilek was the lone Wolverine
representative on the 1975 Big Ten All-Academic Team released
by the conference service bureau this week.
Jilek, a senior from Sterling Heights, carries a 3.0 grade
point average in the University's Political Science depart-
Conference champion Ohio State paced the 20-man team with
seven selections, followed by Iowa with five. Only three of the
team's members were named on the regular All-Big Ten squad,
OSU's Tim Fox and Chris Ward and Northwestern's Pete Shaw.
Saint Gil glides
Former Michigan wingback Gil Chapman is currently leading
the National Football Conference in punt returns, according to
statistics released by the Associated Press this week.
Chapman, drafted and cut by the Buffalo Bills of the AFC
and now playing for the New Orleans Saints, has averaged 12.2
yards per punt return through the season's first eleven weeks.
Moses to wander?
The New Orleans Jazz of the National Basketball Association
will take American Basketball Associations star Moses Malone in
Tuesday's special NBA draft, a team spokesman said Friday.
Malone, 6-foot-11, was the first basketball player ever draft-
ed directly out of high school. He played with the Utah Stars
until being sold to the Spirits of St. Louis, Tuesday.
Yankee comes home
Yogi Berra, fired as manager of the New York Yankees in
1964 and the New York Mets in 1975, was hired by the Yankees
today as a coach.
The 50-year-old Berra, a Hall of Fame catcher after 18 sea-
sons with the Yankees, was given a one-year contract. Terms
were not disclosed.
Watch the birdie
The Michigan Open Badminton Tournament will be held to-
day and tomorrow at Concordia Lutheran College, 4090 Geddes
Road, Ann Arbor.
Entrants include Mike Adams, current National Singles
Champion, fourth-ranked Tom Carmichael, and former U. S. La-
dies Singles Champion, Pam Bristol.



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