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By TOM DURANCEAU
Sophomore sensation Dave
DeBol scored a trim of goals and
set up two others and Dan Ho
ene added a pair of goals in
leading the Michigan hockey
team to a 7-3 victory over the
Minnesota Gophers last night in
a rough and tough game.
Two major brawls marred
the game, one in the second
period which resulted in a tota
of 46 minutes in penalties anc
another in the third.
"I don't condone that type o
play," said Michigan coach Dan
Farrell, "you can't win the
game in the penalty box.
"When they did play hockey
it was a good game," Farrell
added.
That it was - at least for
Michigan fans.
The Wolverines initiated the
scoring with a power play
goal at 5:32 of the first per-
iod with defenseman John
McCahlill turning on the light
with a slap shot, set up by a
pretty passing play from Dave
DeBol and Greg Natale. The
Gophers Warren Miller was
off two minutes for interfer-
ence.
The period ended with the
score 1-4 but foretold of things
to come as the heavy hitting
sent bodies flying.
Fifty-seven seconds into the
second period" Minnesota de-
fenseman Reed Larson drilled
(De)Bolled over
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: . M-McCahill (DeBol
Natale) 5:32.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 1. Mn-Re. Larson (Mad-
son, Miller) o:57; 2. Mn.-Vannell
(Re. Larson3 9:15; 3. M-Miller (De.
Bol, Hughes) 15:39: 4. M-Hoene
(Cormier, Thayer) 19:21; 5. M-De-
Bol (Rob Palmer) 19:43.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 1. Mn.-Younghans (Mi,
cheletti, Bonk) 2:24; 2. M-DeBo
(unassisted) 12:24; 3. M-DeBo
(Miller, T. Lindskog). 13:03; 4. M-
Hoene (Thayer, Natale) 16:51.
TOTAL SAVES
1 2 3 Tota
Tscherne (Mn) 15 9 7 3
Moore (M) 18 20 8 4E
Attendance, 4,137

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a shot past Michigan goalie
Robbie Moore and the Gophers
had quickly tied it.
Six minutes later the fire-
works broke out. After some
heavy checking and some late
hitting Michigan's Rob Palmer
and Minnesota's Ken Yackel
mixed it up. Before anyone
knew it, Minnesota's big Russ
Anderson and Michigan's equal-
ly big Gary 'Morrison were
punching each other out. Other
side incidents also developed.
When the smoke cleared
Morrison and Anderson each
were out with game miscon-
ducts plus major fighting
penalties and minor penalties.
Michigan's Palmer and Greg
Fox each also sat down for
roughing and Minnesota's
Yackel and Bill Baker were
penalized.
Resuming the game, which'
now resembled a pick up game
with each side having only
three skaters, Minnesota took
its only lead of the night as cen-
ter Tom Vannelli sneaked past
Michigan defenseman Greg
Natale and slipped the pucka
past Moore.
Mark Miller, Michigan's
freshman forward then tied the
game on a backhand shot, with'
assists going to DeBol again
and Pat Hughes.f
The goals that broke the Go-
phers back both came in the
last minute of the second per-
iod.
At 19:21, Michigan's . Bill
Thayer fired a shot and Min-
nesota goalie Jeff Tscherne sav-
ed, but Hoene was there to

phers only goal in the third
period, a shorthanded tally at
2:44.
Minnesota coach Herb Brooks
was understandingly upset by
the game. "We had lots, and
lots, and lots of opportunities
but didn't do anything with
them, but I can't say anything
about the physical part."
Tonight's rematch should be
a bell ringer as tempers were
hot last night.
Michigan climbed within
three points of the Gophers in
the WHCA and with Michigan
Tech falling to Wisconsin, 5-1
the Wolverines are four points
out of first place
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NBA
Buffalo 119, Atlanta 104
Boston 108, Detroit 91
New York 104, Philadelphia 92
Milwaukee 113, Kansas City 97
Phoenix 124, Houston 115
NHL
Washington 7, New York Rangers 5
Buffalo 3, Atlanta 3, tie
E WCHA
Wisconsin 5, Michigan Tech 1
Michigan 7, Minnesota 3
Notre Da -,e 4,
Minnesota-Duluth 3, OT

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fisticuffs taking place during the Wolverines
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knock in the rebound and. By BILL STIEG
Michigan had ' lead that was Special To The Daily
never headed. WEST LAFAYETTE-Here in
Just.22 seconds later DeBol basketball's home state, Mich-
tipped in a shot by Rick Pal- igan and Purdue plan to hold an
mer and the Wolverines had a old-fasihoned run-and-gun shoot-
4-2 lead after two periods. out today in Mackey Arena.
Michigan put the icing on the Michigan averages 84 points
cake as DeBol scored two more per Big Ten game, and Purdue
in the third period and Hoene scores 88. There's a good chance
added another. Minnesota's each team will score even more
Tom Younghans, who played than that today.
well all night, tallied the Go- "IT'LL BE a fast - paced
grapplersmanhandle
Boilermakers, 27-9

ioi ierma~ers
game," said Michigan coach court mate, Eugene Parker,
Johnny Orr. "They'll press us, hasn't been below double figures!
and we plan to press them. We this year and averages 12.6.
hope to fast-break, and so do 6-10 Tom Scheffler gets six
they." rebounds and 8.7 points each
The Wolverines (5-1 in the game at center. Another fresh-'
Big Ten, 11-3 overall) and the man guard, Jerry Sichting, is a
Boilermakers (4-1 in the Big strong threat off the bench, as
STen, 9-5 overall) are battng are forwards Gerald Thomas,
for second place in the confer- Mike Steele, and Rob McCarter.
ence behind Indiana. Michigan Michigan hopes to get down-
worked all week on its fast court before the Boilermakers
break and full court press. set up their 1-3-1 or 2-3 zone
We'll zone press after a defense. The Wolverines haven't
good free throw, as usual," said used their fast-break effectively
Orr, "and try to use a man-to- in fourrrthinks
man press after each bucket." they crngamesnbutrrthnks
THE YOUNG Purdue squad, Despite their second place
still without injured star guard standig and a league leading
Bruce Parkinson (broken wrist) shooting percentage the Wolver-
scared top-ranked Indiana Mon- ines haven't looked sharp in
day night - a late rally, los- their last three games. They
b .haven't won in Mackey Arena
Typically balanced scoring treakurtyears. Snapping that
Todays Mihigan- Pudue a'stoday and winning Mon-
-day'sgame at Illinois are
Today's Michigan-Purdue vital to Michigan's champion-
basketball g a m e will be ship hopes.
broadcast over radio stations -
WUOM-FM (91.7) and
WPAG-FM (107).

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Michigan;
hobbled.
By RICK BONINO 1
The Michigan wrestling team
coasted to an easy 27-9 win over
a deplenished Purdue squad in
a dual meet at Crisler Arena
yesterday afternoon.
The Wolverines wrestled with-
out freshman starters Amos
Goodlow (injured) and Mark
Churella (resting), but still prov-
ed too powerful for a Boiler-
Gymnasts
lead
Minnesota
By MICHAEL WILSON I
Relying on an inspired per-
formance by the high bar squad,
the Michigan men's gymnastics
team gained a slim two point
margin over Big Ten nemesis
Minnesota, pulling to a 207.5 to
205.5 lead after , compulsory
routines last night at Crisler
Arena.
GOING INTO the final event
of the evening,, Michigan held a
171.65 to 171.55 margin over the
Gophers. But stellar perform-
ances by Big Ten champion
Bob Darden, Nigel Rothwell,
Pierre Leclerc and Careq Cul-
bertson enabled Michigan to
gain the two-point margin at
the close of the compulsories.
Other highlights of the even-
ing included Michigan's Chuck
Stillerman in the floor exercise,
Jerome Poyntoi on the pommel
horse, Joe Neuenswander on
rings, and Richard Bigras'
vaulting and parallel bar per-
formances.
The meet concludes today with
the optional portion at 1 p.m.
in Crisler Arena.

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substitutes.
An injury to Purdue 150-
pounder Alan Housner (second
in the conference last year at
142) prevented what should have
been the night's key match,
Housner vs. Churella (10-1 in
dual meets with three pins),
from taking place.
The only other particularly in-
teresting battle was slated at
167 between Michigan's Ed Neis-
wender and Purdue's Bernie
Barrile (third in the Big Ten
last season.)
However, Barrile took con-
trol early and posted a 7-2 win
over Neiswender, whom Johan-
nesen said "could have wrestled
better."
Michigan captain Mark John-
son turned in his usual vm-
pressive performance, dlight-

ing the crowd of 100 bv re-
reatedly allowing his out-
matched opponent to escape
land then taking him down
again en route to a major
superior decision.
Hard boiled
118-John Cabrera (P) dec. Todd
Schneider (M). 8-4
126-Greg Haynes (M) win by
forfeit
134-Rich Lubell (M) dec. Bruce
Petit, 6-2
142-Rich valley (M) dec. Kevin
Smith (P), 6-0
150-Karl Briggs (M) dec. Jeff
Gerst (P), 11-4
158-Brad Holman (M) dec. Ron
Johns (P), 8-'
167-Bernie Barrile (P) dec./ Ed
Neiswender (M), 7-2
177-Mark Johnson (M) maj. sup.
dec. Jim Marshall (P), 16-4
190-Harold King (M) sup. dec.
Jim Barr (P), 14-3
HWT-Dave Scott (P) dec. Sttve
Shuster (M), 9-2

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helps that Purdue effort. Both
forwards and both guards aver-
age double figures.
Sophomore forward Walter
Jordan leads the team with 16
points and nine rebounds a
game. Fellow sophomore Wayne
Walls adds 12 points and six re-
bounds a game at the other for-
ward.
SUPER freshman Kyle Macy
starts at guard and is hitting
at a 15.3 clip. He scored 38
against Minnesota. His back-

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By RICK MADDOCK Wolverine rout with two first ley, Downie and Pepper grab-
places. He swam a 1:46.52 in bed the top spots.
The Michigan s w i m team the 200-yard freestyle and a Josh Luce finished first in
smothered Purdue last night, :49.3 in the 100-yard freestyle, the 200 breaststroke, and
93-30. The Boilermakers could Ito register the wins. Larry Schroeder sprinted to a
only manage one first place in!
13eents, ma viorin rthe 20n- The Wolverines swept first win in the SO freestyle.
13 events, a victory M the 200- and second in seven events. Although the meet was a cake-.
yard backstroke by Mark Win-1 Matt Chelich and Frank Gal- I walk, the Wolverines had' to
ercon lagher controlled the one me- be prepared. Stager commented,
The meet started with Wolveg ter board and Don Craine I "We've had three hard meets,
an Cun Gusmov:eta lokfgand Chelich the three meter so it's hard to get up for a meet,
an unusual move. He put all of board. like this."
his top swimmers in the 40- Joe Bauer and Jim Stewart He added that the times
yard medley relay-Tom Szuba, triumphed in the 1000 freestyle. weren't that good,"but we did
Ric Pepper, Alan McClatchey, Stewart later finished first in win races."
and Gordon Downie. This squad the 500 freestyle followed by The Wolverines have another
naturally clobbered Purdue with Brian Wylie. home meet today at 3:00 p.m.
a time of 3:35.17, over five Sec- Tom Roos placed second in against Northwestern. The Wild-
onds better than the Boilermak- both the 200 freestyle and 200 cats offer Michigan little com-
ers clocking, t butterfly, following Semchyshen petition, having been demolish-
Norm Semchyshen led the and John Daly, respectively. ed by Purdue earlier this year,
And in the 200 individual med- 93-28.
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By MARCIA KATZ Aided by some costly Michi-
Special Tc The Daily gan turnovers and the Wolver-
ines' lack .of movement, the
WINDSOR - Michigan held Hurons pulled to within one
off a last - minute Eastern point with 26 seconds remain-
Michigan rally to take the ing. Michigan then tried to run,
nightcap in the Can-Am Wo-I out the clock but an error in
mens Basketball Tournament the timekeeping gave Eastern
68-67, moving into tonight's fin- another chance with six seconds
als. The Wolverines breezed to left. EMU won the tinoff and
a 56-44 win over Waterloo in tried one last desperation shot

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