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Tuesday lanuory 20, 1'976'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

tuesday, January 20, 1976 THE MCHIGAN DAILY l-'age Seven

Puc of

Idiania survives ur e rally

Blue hockey team

M * *

...V split personality

By TOM DURANCEAU
WILL THE REAL Michigan hockey team please stand up? f
It has been a season of ironies this year for the Dan Far-
rell-coached pucksters. One game they are brilliant and playing
like national champions. The next they are just getting by
North Dakota or losing a heart breaker to Notre Dame.
This past weekend was another one of those motifs, the
recurring theme that has frustrated the Michigan hockey fan
this season.
In the Friday night game the Wolverines had a 3-1 lead, only
to lose it and drop a heartbreaker in overtime to the Fighting
Irish, 4-3.I
On Saturday night Michigan was spectacular, blowing the
Irish out with seven second period goals and going on to win 10-3.
What is the reason for this? Early in the season Coach Dan
Farrell stated, "If I knew what to do to change it, I would do
it. It's not that we are playing that badly."
And that is the truth. The Wolverines have played poorly in
only a few of the games they have lost.
Loss of Moretto hurts
Friday's loss was a tough one. It's not that the Wolverines
played that badly. Actually there was very little difference in
the quality of play on the two nights. The defense was probably
a little better on Saturday and Michigan was getting more good
breaks. Other than that the play was quite similar to Friday-
good, solid hockey.

By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON-Top-ranked'
Indiana, led by All-American
Scott May's 32 points, survived aI
fantic Purdue rally last night
and beat the Boilermakers 71-67
in a showdown for the Big Ten
basketball lead.
The Hoosiers, 6-0 in the con-
ference and 15-0 over-all, saw
an 11-point lead disappear in
the second half as Purdue
center Tom Scheffler and
guards Kyle Macy and Eugene
Parker led the comeback.
The fired - up Boilermakers
steadily chomped away at the
1ead as the once-hot Hoosiers

Ohio State, 64-6.3
COLUMBUS - Mark Bayless'
oasket with nine seconds re-
maining gave Ohio State a 64.63
Big Ten basketball victory over
Illinois last night, ending a sev-
en-gnme losing streak for thet
Buckeyes.
Bayless, who scored a team-
high 14 points, took a pass
from Jud Wood after Wood
had rebounded a missed shot.
by Larry Bolden.
Illinois, suffering its fourth
loss in six conference starts and
sixth in 15 games over-all, miss-
ed an opportunity in the final
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with 21 points. Dale Koehler
added 19 and Bob Falk 18 orE
Wisconsin.

and Hilton Hale and James
W llace added 15 and 14, re-
spectively, for the Wildcats to
offset dual 25-point perform?
ances by Iowa's Bruce King
and Dan Frost.

EVANSTON - Junior guard Northwestern led by as many
Billy McKinney pumped in 28 as 14 points in the first half,
points to lead Northwestern to but the Hawkeyes fought back
a 99-92 overtime victory over! to take a 80-76 lead late in regu-
Big Ten foe Iowa last night. lation. Northwestern tied the
Tim Teasley scored 16 points game on jumpers by Bob Svete
and Teasley, then outscored
Iowa 19-12 in the overtime ses-
S C O E stop.

N'western, 99-92

1U&U Ub LIM U11(.X-11U ssecons. tu o uc ers
went cold. Purdue finally took went awry and Ohio State
two one-point leads before a posted its first Big Ten triu
basket by the 6-foot-7 May put in six games.
Indiana backton top to stay, 61- Ohio State is 5-9 over-all
60 with 6:30 to go. -I
Two minutes later, Indiana Minnesota, 96-84
went into a semi-stall, and after
another layup by May gave In- MADISON - Mike Thomi
diana a five-point lead, 67-62, ruled earlier to be ineligibl
Purdue had to foul in a last- the game because of an all
minute attempt to regain pos- ticket infraction, led Minne
session. to a foul-marred 96-84 Big
Indina's final four points came basketball victory over Wi
at the free throw line in the sin last night.
final 18 seconds. Thompson scored 29 po
Purdue, now 4-1 in the Big before fouling out with.4:0
Ten and 9-5 over-all, was led go.
by Parker with 14 points, for- The defeat was the fifth
ward Walter Jordan with 13 row for the skidding Bad
and Macy with 11. whose Coach John Powless
Tom Abernethey backed May two technical foulscalle
with 13 points while ball-hawk- him. As time ran out Pov~
ing Bobby"Wilkerson chipped in stood and joined fans and
10. Wisconsin pep band in sin
"Three Blind Mice" at the
erees.
Big TenFive other players jt
Big Ten) Thompson in leaving theg
nd1via the foal route incl
Standings teammate Dave Winey. H

snot
had
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pson,
e for
eged
esota
Ten
scon-
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gers,
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Indiana 71, Purdue 67
Ohio State 64, Illinois 63
Minnesota 96, Wisconsin 84
Northwestern 99, Iowa 92
Tennessee 83, Auburn 78
Detroit 85, Ionia 81
Alabama 64, Mississippi 41
Louisville 56, Wichita 52
Marquette '82, Xavier 42
NBA
Houston 115, Washington 96

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The Wolverines were also hurt last weekend
of All-American center Angie Moretto. This will
be a major factor as the season montinues.

by the loss
continue to

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Obviously if you take away any teams leading scorer it will be
affected. Just to what extent the Michigan hockey team will be;
affected will remain to be seen.
Moretto's presence on the ice meant more than high scoring.
The Maize and Blue now do not have a center that is big enough
to stand in the slot and direct shots.
But this does not mean that Michigan should not score goals.
Witness Saturday night. Dave DeBol scored a hat trick. And;
goals came from other unlikely places-two each from Bill
Thayer and freshman Mark Miller.
This will be one of the key question marks the rest of the
way. Will .they score without Moretto? On paper the answer is
yes. DeBol is a flashy, speedy center, ala Gil Perrault, who will
undoubtedly score. -Forward Kris Manery is coming into his
own now as one of the top shooters in the WCHA. Doug and
Tom Lindskog can also score.
'The goaltending will continue to be strong. Robbie Moore
looked great both games against Notre Dame, often stop-
ing one-on-one chances.
Other Wolverine standouts include Ben Kawa and Greg
Natale. Since Kawa has been playing forward he has been
hustling all over the ice. Ben has been especially superb in kill-
ing off penalties and frustrating rival forwards. Greg NataleR
has been a bright spot on a Michigan defense that has been hot I
and cold at times.
Strong, balanced WCHA1
What about thy rest of the WCHA? The league is much strong-
er and more balanced than in the past. That was no poor
Notre Dame team that Michigan played last weekend. Their play-
ers are as good as many in the league. Even lowly Denver
bumped off Michigan State in East Lansing two weekends ago.
The entire league is stronger and no team has gone out and
run away from the rest. Only Michigan Tech has been con-
sistent the last few weeks. But the Wolverines have a tradition
of knocking off the Huskies and in fact have beaten them two
out of three this year.l
The next few weeks will tell the story of the Wolverines sea-
son. Can they play over the loss of top scorer Moretto? Can.
.hey make things happen for themselves instead of waiting for
things to happen? Only then will the bright promise of the pre-
season be fulfilled or turn to the dust of mediocrity.

AP Photo
ILLINOIS CENTER Mike Washington (54) applies a knee
into the back of Ohio St. guard Larry Bolden, who looks like
he is being robbed. Washington's efforts were not enough,
however, as the Buckeyes scored with nine seconds to go to
take a 64-63 decision from the Fighting Illini.

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MINNEAPOLIS-A temporary' which ta. Gophers lost 85-77, Will Stram be there?
restraining order has been is-'Saturday night. "The new coach will be
sued that allowed Minnesota Thompson, Minnesota's lead- there."
Gophertbasketball star Michael inpg scorer and rebounder all thr
Thompson, to rejoin the team, season, started at center last d
pending a hearing Jan. 28, an! night in the Gophers' game with
attorney representing Thompson Wisconsin. ST. LOUIS-Star running back
said Sunday night. ! 'Terry Metcalf of the St. Louis
Judge Douglas Amdahl is- Cardinalswas retaiedtyester
sued the order enjoining the Sti nnCdna swstrindayertr-
University of Minnesota from NEW ORLEANS-,Iank Strai day for questioning after threat-
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Thompson's eligibility, said expected to solemnize a long up a Delta Airlines plane, the
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Thompson was declared in-.ing of a contract which would said.
eligible by the university last make Stram the fourth head FBI special agent Harlan C.
week for violating an NCAA coach in the nine years of th-e Phillips said Metcalf was ar-
rule banning the sale of com- National Foothbll League team. rested by Lambert Airport se-
plimentary tickets for more' Stram's relationship with the curity personnel following an
than their face value. Saints is probablytprofessional inspection of his luggage.
The 6-foot-10 sophomore cen- football's worst-kept secret.
ter has admitted selling two $39 The Associated Press re- When security personnel found
season tickets last season for ported a month ago that firecrackers in the luggage and
$180. He later made restitution. Stram and the Saints already inquired how they were to be
Thompson missed Minnesota's had reached an agreement, used, Phillips said Metcalf re-
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The Michigan women's gym- in were pleased with the Blue in fourth and fifth, respectively.
nastics team finished in second performance. SUMMERS, who scored a 7.9
place in the University of West- Sandy Burak placed first in in the Floor Exercise, garnered
ern Ontario Invitational last I the Balance Beam with a score a second place finish, while Bu-;
weekend. With six teams in the of 7.7. Other Wolverines placing rak cooped third with 7.75
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Linda Morton and Bruce Keesh- . and Linda Laatsch, who finished Nancy Kurland captured the
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Chris VanRaalte and Lisa
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