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Thursday, January 8, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, January 8, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Czechs

nip

Wolverines

By JOHN NIEMEYER 1
The vaunted Czechoslovakian
National Championship t e a m
had to come from behind with
three goals in the final period to
overcome a superb Michigan ef-
fort and topple the Wolverines
5-3 last night.
After two periods of play,
Michigan had a one point ad-
vantage, 3-2, and looked like
they were ready to take on the
Detroit Red Wings before the
Czech defense stiffened in the
final stanza and their offense
put the victory on ice.
The Czechs tied the score in
the third period on a power play
as Vaclav Sykora slipped the
puck into the right side of the
net past' Robbie Moore and a

helpless Tom Lindskog who had
lost his stick.
Three and a half minutes la-
ter, Moore fought off a fierce
onslaught and had made what
appeared a great save, only to
watch the puck come off his
body and dribble slowly into the
net, for the go ahead goal.
Milan Novy hit an empty net
with five seconds left after
Moore had come off the ice to
give the Wolverines an extra
offensive player, making the fi-
nal tally 5-3. Novy turned in a
hat trick with one goal in each
period, and was named the first
star of the game.
Novy opened the scoring in
the first period with a slap shot
from 15 feet as the puck was

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cleared from in front of the net hind the goal, and Kip pushed:
following a brilliant save by it past Czech goalie Miroslav 4
goalie, Rick Palmer. Michigan Termer. Dave Debol then puti
came back ten minutes later as I Michigan ahead as he stole theh
Kip Maurer took a feed from puck from the Czech left pointc
Kris Manery and slipped it into and raced down the ice, blazing!
the side of the net. a 35 foot slap shot by Termer. p
Novy did the honors again in Michigan coach Dan FarrellP
the second period for one Czec- was not disappointed with the.
hoslovakian team. The Czechs loss, commenting, "We played
got out in front on a two on two two great periods, and we were
break away, but second period in it for a long time."
goalie Frank Zimmerman made "This team has beaten our
a great save coming out in front own Olympic team twice, 7-1i
of the net, only to have the and 4-2 along with pounding
Czechs take the rebound and Colorado College 9-3. We only
slide it in. lost 5-3 and I can't be too dis-
Maurer and Manery again appointed with that. . 7
combined to even it up as Man- Farrell was particulary ' im-
ery passed to Maurer from be- pressed with the puck control of
the Czechoslovakian Nationals
team whose deliberate and pre-
T cise passing kept the Wolveriness
on the defensive most of the b
fni htI

Asked if he thought that the
Michigan team could compete
in the Czechoslovakian league,
he responded, "I think your con-
cept (style) of play would give
you difficulty there because we
play on much hrger rinks and
peck control is of more impor-
tance."
Cz~ohxe h"rapne
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. Novy (Pospisil, Kaber-
le) 6:35 PP. 2. Mauer (Manery, D.
Lindskog) 16:20.
Penalties: 1. vins (tripping) 1:41;
Rob PIlmer (triping) 4:47; Fox
(charging) 12:17.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: Novy (Bauer, Skrbek)
7:12 4. Maurer (Manery) 11:32 Debol
(unassisted) 17:14.
Penalties: 4. Kawa (interference)
3:04 5. Filip (interference) 12:57.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: Sykora (Novy, Kaberle)
9:14 PP 7. Vysussil (Sykora) 12:49 I.
Novy (Pospisil) 19:55.
Penalties: 6. Neliba (tripping)
3:23 7. Fox (delay of Game) 8:06.
NTOTAL SAVES
1 2 3 Total
Palmer (M) 6 -- -- 6 .
Zimmerman (M) - 11 --17
Moore (M) -- - 11. 29
Termer (Czech) 7 10 5 22
Attendance: 6,027

SPEED VS. HEIGH'

Doily Photo by STEVE KAGAN
MICHIGAN'S FRESHMAN forward Dan Cormier attempts to forecheck Czech National de-
fenseman Bobumil Cermak along the blueline is last night's exciting hockey game between
Michigan and the Czechs. The Europeans were victorious led by the strong play of start for-
ward Milan Novy who had a hat trick, 5-3.
EXAMS, INJURIES TAKE TOLL,
Holidays tough onGr

Cagers metLader
C Bader
By KATHY HENNEGHAN Wisconsin' is a bigger, more Grote will concentrate on F
The Michigan basketball team physical and experienced and Depth is an important fea
puts its 2-0 Big Ten record on the young Wolverines are bound of the Badger attack. C
the line tonight as it faces the to have their hands full. John Powless substitutes oft
Wisconsin Badgers. Both teams "They're damn good," said Wisconsin is generally
sport identical 8-2 overall rec- Michigan Coach Johnny Orr, afoot. The Badgers like to sa
ords. "they are big and very ag- their offense and try to n
Wisconsin's two loses came at gressive and boy is it tough to the ball inside. Michigan pre
the hands of highly touted Mar- beat them in Madison." a quicker game and must
quette, while the Wolverines Michigan is in the midst of a bound well in order to con
have lost at Tennessee and at hectic week. The team beat na- the temo. Wisconsin's sze
Nevada-Las Vegas. tionally ranked Minnesota Mon- pose a challenge.
^n Big Ten play the Badgers day night 95-72. "We got sky But a senior captain Britt
have downed Michigan State; high for Minnesota," said Michi- claimed, "We don't worry a
70-63 in Madison and beat Ohio gan assistant Coach Bill Fe- how hard it's going to b-
State 82-81 i overtime Monday der," "there was a lot at stake. just worry about how nard
hthat was a good team we beat." are going to play."
The Wolverines must fight the
tendency of looking ahead to
Saturday's sellout clash with t:Vp-
ranked Indiana. "Indiana does
i not mean a thing if we d~n't:
beat Wisconsin," said Frieder.
app lers *1
Strong rebounding is a inust
if Michigan is to take advan-
tage of the blazing fast break
marred both the spirit and that hastbeen so effective this
score of the contest. season. The Wolverines' front
Michigan 190-pounder Harold line of Phil Hubbard, Johnny
King, wrestling despite a nose Robinson and Wavman Britt
injury, was attacked by his m11st overcome the glze dis-
vanquished Penn State oppen- advantage on the boards.
ent when the referee turned his Wisconsin is a very alniced
back after the match. team but one player stands out
T FU-senior forward Dle Kehler
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tJarolsav Volf, the Czech coach,!
was very uaditory of the Mich-
igan team, saying, "The Mich-
igan team is better passing thanr
the U.S. Olympic team is andn
Falk. plays better as a team." }

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)oLe ysu t,
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By RICK BONINO
A hobbled Michigan wrestl-
ing squad rebounded from two
disappointing East Coast de-
feats to post a respectable
showing in the Midland's Tour-
nament at Northwestern in holi-
day vacation action.
Following pre-exam week
losses to Penn State, 28-5, and
Syracuse, 26-20, the Wolverines
returned to participate in the
tournament as a tuneup for con-
ference, action.
Michigan, 1-0 so far in the
Big Ten, travels to Northwest-
ern Saturday.

to finish seventh nationally in eighth if they had entered as a
the current Amatuer Wrestling team.
News,lacked the services of
starters Rich Lubell, Brad Hol- "THE TOURNAMENT
Sman and Mitch Marsicano in was really awesome," Johan-!
mansandsMitch"Marsicanosin:
both the dual meets and the nesen said. "As this is an,
tourney. Olympic year, a lot of past na-
Asre. ote ational champions participated."
As areslt o thse ad oher Once again, the two outstand-
injuries, Coach Bill.Johannese ing freshmen
entered his grapplers in the and Amos Goodlow, paced the
tournament as individual wrest- Blue.
lers, with no team points scored Churella, seeded eighth at
for Michigan. 150, fought his way to a final
Iowa captured the team title, fourth - place finish. Iowa's
with fellow Big Ten represen- lone defending national chain-
tatives Wisconsin and Minne- nion Chuck Yagla edged Chur-
sota taking third and fourth, ella for third on a referee's de-
resnectively. . .lacsor
IJohanniesen said hris charges cision.
Churella had earlier defeated
would have finished seventh or

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THE WOLVERINES,

.Sports of the Dail
Tigers draft slugger
NEW YORK-The Detroit Tigers, who picked up hard-hittings
outfielder Rusty Staub in a recent trade, named slugging out-
fielder Steve Kemp as the No. 1 pick in yesterday's winter free:
agent baseball draft.

Yagla on a referee's decision,
but fell to the wrestle-backs
with a 7-1 loss to outstanding;
Lehigh grappler Mike Frick.
GOOD LOW, THE only.
other Wolverine to place in the
tourney, beat Sam Fiorella
from the Mayor Daley Wrestl-
ing Club for the fifth spot at:
126.
Goodlow had dropped into the
wrestle - backs on yet another
referee's decision to Illinois'
Kevin Puebla. Goodlow fell a
mere second short of riding
time and the winning point in
that match.

1 ntr I ,JEr1C11.J 30 UOU iU1. eiC 1 UAiIeads the eam in
around in time to see King re- both rebotndaig and scorime.
taliate, however. Despite pro- "Koehler is one of the very
tests from even the Penn State best nlavers in the Big Ten,"
bench that the Lion wrestler nrr stated, "I exoect he'1' go
had been the aggressor, the re- first round in the oro draft."
feree reve"-^"d the decision and At the other forward soot is
further penalized Michigan one sophomore Bill Pearson (6-8,
team. point. 205) also strone on the boards.
The trip to Syracuse proved Senior Bob Johnson (6-3, 230)
no better. After arriving at 5:30 starts at center, a part time
a.m., the tired Blue grapplers starter last year, Johnson has
discovered that the meet's shown rapid improvement this
starting time had been moved veer and is an aggressive re-
from 7:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. bonder.
Michigan lost the meet, tied Starting guards for the Bad-
20-20 before the final match, gars are juniors James Smith
when freshman heavyweight (6-2) and Bob Falk (6-4). Michi-
Mike McDowell suffered a pin. gan's Rickey Green will frob-
Johannesen thinks exam week ably go against Smith aad Steve
pressures may have contributed - --
to his team's problems.
"Never again will I schedulel
anything within a week before: iY
exams," Johannesen said. Towers
BILLBOA I I)r
There will be a mandatory
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winter term intramural team
managers tomorrow at 6:30
pm in the Sports Coliseum,
Fifth and Hill.

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The Tigers earned the right to get the ball rolling in the The Midlands performanceI
regular phase of today's draft because they had the worst record made up somewhat for what:
in baseball last year. Johannesen called a "horribleI
trip" out East

Kemp of Arcadia, Calif., who bats and throws left-handed,
had two outstanding years at USC. In 1974, he batted .351,
smashed five home runs and led the Trojans to the NCAA base-1
ball championships. In 57 games in 1975, he led the Pacific-8
Conference in home runs with 13. He batted .435 with 90 hits
and drove in 67 runs.
"I have confidence in myself," said the 6-foot- 190-pounder.{
"I don't know if I can make it to the majors in my first year,
but hopefully by the end of three years, I'll be there."'-
-.AP
* * *
Pistons nip Cars
DETROIT-Curtis Rowe made a three-point play with 23
seconds to go and then sank two free throws with eight seconds
to play Wednesday night to give the Detroit Pistons a 119-118
overtime victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Detroit rallied to tie the game at the end of regulation play,
106-106, when Rowe sank a shot with 26 seconds left to play.
George Tfapp led Detroit with 24 and John Mengelt scored 18.
-UPI
Ferguson new Ranger GM
NEW YORK-John Ferguson was named general manager
and coach of the New York Rangers Wednesday, the National
Hockey League club announced.j
Ferguson, 37, a former star left wing with the Montreal
Canadiens, signed a multi-year contract and will assume his
new duties immediately, the club said.
Ferguson replaces General Manager Emile Francis and
Coach Ron Stewart. Francis was fired as general manager Tues-
day and Stewart's dismissal was announced Wednesday.
Ferguson's NHL career covered eight seasons with the Can-
adiens, during whichhe scored 245 goals and 158 assists for 303
points.
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