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Friday, February 6, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

GOVERNOR'S CUP AT STAKE!

Trr
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By PAUL CAMPBELL
Here's a trivia question for
all Michigan hockey fans --
What is the significance of a
trophy called the Governor's
Cup?
Well, we all know the answer
to that. The Governor's Cup is
the famous trophy originated
by former state chief executive
George Romney to be given an-
nually to the team scoring the
most goals in the two game ser-
ies during Michigan Tech's BlueI
Key Winter Carnival.
The cup used to represent
college hockey supremacy in
the state. Tech would host
Michigan and Michigan State
in alternate years, so all three
would get a chance at the
award.

anked Tech osts

icers
John Rockwell provides more
than adequate backup in the
nets.
Farrell expects a typically

But computerized schedul- The presence of the carnival
ing has eliminated the regular assures that the Huskies will
intra-Michigan rivalry, and be playing before vociferously
when Michigan plays Tech in partisan crowds in the Student
a two game set this weekend, Ice Arena.
no one is going to worry too Finally, Michigan Tech has
much about the fate of the Gov- revenge on its mind. The Wol-
ernor's cup. verines are the only team to
The Cup is really unneces- hold an edge on the Huskies
sary in a series where each this year. After splitting two
team has more than enough in- games in Ann Arbor the week-
centive for victory. end of the Ohio State game,I
Michigan Tech has to win Michigan bested Tech 6-5 in the
at least one of the games to final game of the Great Lakes
maintain their number one spot Invitational Tournament in De-
in the national college hockey troit.
poll. And, they need a sweep to "I'm sure that the players
assure themselves continued remember that game," com-
possession of first place in the mented Tech coach John
WCHA, a spot that they now MacInnes. "We were playing
hold by a three point margin in front of a lot of our own
over Minnesota. supporters, and it's nice to
win in Detroit just to remind
people that we play good hoc-
key up here."
Since that game Tech has
won nine of eleven and has!
upped their WCHA record to 16-
,the P 1 6.
For Michigan, beating Tech

Houghton school before coming
to Ann Arbor. "We must at,
least split with them if we, or
anybody else, hopes to catcht

Sports of

them." physical series, and sees a pos-
Despite having played Tues- sible problem with the 2:00 p.m.
day against Bowling Green, starting time on Saturday after-
Farrell is not too worried noon. "Friday's game will
about having problems with probably be a rough affair,"
mental preparation. "This said Farrell. "And the guys
series is never hard to get just won't have much time to
up for," noted the Michigan recover before they 'have to
mentor. "These two teams play again."
always play some of their Though Farrell's assertion
best games against each that the series will be "the pre-
other." mier college hockey games in
An offensive series seems to the nation this weekend" is pro-
be in the offing, as the two bably true, WCHA watchers will
teams rank 1-2 in the league in also have their eyes turned to
goals scored. Minneapolis. Second place Min-
Sixty-five of the Huskies' 118 nesota will be hosting Michigan
goals have been scored by the State, whose record is identical
threesome of George Lyle, Mike to Michigan's.
Zuke, and Stu Ostlund, who Fm : "e;::::
rank third, fourth, and fifth in
the league in scoring, respec- WCHA Standings
tively.
Zuke will center the first line Team W L T Pts
for wings Jim Mayer, the Michigan Tech 16 6 0 32
team's fourth leading scorer Minnesota 14 7 1 29
with 14 goals and 23 assists, and MICHIGAN 13 9 0 26
Peter Roberts. Michigan St. 13 9 0 26
Osthind will center for Lyle Colorado College 11 11 0 22
and freshman Lou Drazenovich. Notre Dame 10 10 2 22
Junior Stu Younger will take Minnesota-Duluth 9 13 0 18
over for injured sophomore cen- Denver 8 14 0 16
ter Chris Ferguson. He will North Dakota 8 14 0 16
have freshman Rick Keller on Wisconsin 6 15 1 13
his left wing and senior Scott This weekend's games
Jessee on the right. MICHIGAN at Michigan Tech
Tech's goalie is Bruce MSU at Minnesota
Horsch. His 4.1 goals against Minn.-Duluth at North Dakota
average compares well with Notre Dame at Denver
Robbie Moore's 4.0 average. Wisconsin at Colorado College

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Tankers Canada bound
The Michigan's men swimming team travels to Canada for
two meets this weekend. Tonight the tankers visit Western
Ontario, and tomorrow the Wolverines take on Toronto.
These two meets represent a break for the swimmers. The
trip is basically for fun, but the meets will give the tankers a
chance to keep in shape.
A special grant from the Canadian government pays for the
Michigan team's travel expenses.
Assistant coach Pat Bauer commented, "The trip is
mainly for fun. The meets will give some of the guys a
chance to swim odd events."
By the odd events, Bauer meant events that the swimmers
do not normally swim.
"We will also be putting some of our strong guys in their
events, so the Canadians get to see how we swim them," Bauer
concluded.
-RICK MADDOCK
Tumblers hit road
Both the men's and women's gymnastics teams hit the road
this weekend for dual meets as the men travel to Iowa City,
Iowa to face the Hawkeyes and the women travel to Kalamazoo
to face Western Michigan in a scrimmage meet..
Iowa, Big Ten champions in 1974, have not shown excep-
tional form yet this year. Last weekend, the Hawkeye tum-
blers only managed 194 points in a dual contest against
Illinois. Nevertheless, Michigan coach Newt Loken remains
wary, labeling Iowa as a "formidable foe" on the Hawkeye's
home surroundings.
Top performers for Iowa include Bob Semienowski on the
pommel horse, Mark Reefkind in the all-around and George Way-
kerland on the high bar.
-MICHAEL WILSON
M skiers second
The Michigan men and women's ski teams raced to second
place last weekend in the Detroit News Race at Alpine Valey.
The Wolverines scored 72 points in the men's division, one point
behind Notre Dame, as John Dehlin placed first in the slalom
event. Michigan State won the women's division with 54 points,!
ten points ahead of Michigan.
This weekend Michigan will be racing in the Ohio Invitational
to be held at Crystal Mountain near Traverse City.

is simply a matter of survival.
The Wolverines league record
of 13-9 leaves them three full
games behind the Huskies.
Michigan still has to face pow-
erful foes Minnesota and Mich-
igan State. Tech, on the other
hand, faces four second divi-,
sion teams in their remaining
series.
"We know how important this
series is," said Wolverine coachj
Dan Farrell, who himself both
played and coached at the

Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
MICHIGAN'S Dave DeBol moves the puck in a :tion against Minnesota-Duluth last January 9th.
The sophomore center scored one goal and ma le two assist in the Wolverines 8-6 victory. The
Blue icers head for Houghton this weekend for a crucial two-game series against Michigan
Tech.

CONSISTENT 167-POUNDER

lIV iswender masters

mat

By RICK BONINO
Question: Coach Johannesen,
how do you spell dependable?
Answer: N-E-I-S-W-E-N-D-E-Rj
The above represents a fic-
titious exchange, but the senti-
ment rings true. Following a
freshman year on the bench
and a sophomore starting role
cut short by a shoulder injury,
Ed Neiswender has come on to
solidify the 167-pound slot onI
Johannesen's Michigan wrest-'
ling squad.
So far, Neiswender has been
a paragon of consistency. His
12 wins in 16 dual meet matches
include two three-win days and
one two-victory afternoon.
You can also depend on Ed
making do with a minimum of
scoring. His lone superior deci-
sion, on his return after miss-
ing the season's opening triple
dual, came against outclassed
Michigan State freshman Mike
Ley.
Since then, the lanky (6-3),l
deceptively strong junior has
notched six or fewer points in
ten of his eleven other wins.
"I JUST never was a pin-
ner," Neiswender admitted.
"Out of 65 or 70 matches, I've
only pinned two people." 3
"Ed never really looks im-
pressive, but he does the job,"a
Johannesen added. "He just
goes out there and wins."
Neiswender comes across
just as plain and direct off the
mat. Flashing a friendly smile
that rivals teammate and room-
mate Mark Johnson's for per-

Dalv Photo by STEVE KAGAN
Mild-mannered matman ,Ed Neiswender, is pictured here on
his way to defeating his Illinois opponent 6-1. Neiswender is
now tied for fourth on the Michigan wrestling team, having
scored 39 points.

Young, Koch win first US medals

By The Associated Press
INNSBRUCK - Bill Koch, a
20-year-old cross country skier
in his first Olympics, and Sheila
Young; a 25-year-old multi-tal-
ented speed skater from De-
troit, gave the United States its
first medals - both silver - and
the Americans placed three ski-
ers in the top 15 of the downhill
yesterday in the 12th Winter
Olympic Games.
AUSTRIAN ACE Franz Klam-
mer captured the downhill as
expected, but Andy Hill of As-
pen, Colo., with a sixth place
finish, led a creditable U.S.
showing in the showcase event
of the Alpine program.
There were three gold medals
awarded Thursday and Russians
won two of them-Sergei Save-,

liev in the 30 kilometer cross-:
country skiing and Galina Step-
anskaya in the 1500-meter speed;
skating event.
In the ice dancing, the favored'
Soviet pair of Ludmila Pakho-
I O0tnpic4 76
mova and Aleksandr Gorshkov
retained a commanding lead af-
ter the second day of competi-'
tion. Their dazzling display inj
the second round of compulso-
ries earned them one perfect
6.0 mark for presentation and a'
total of 13 marks of 5.9 for
composition and presentation.
Their score for the day was,

9.0 ordinals and 103.72 points.I
ANOTHER Soviet pair, Irinat
Moiseeva and Andrey Minenkov,;
was second with 21.0 ordinals
and 100.08 points and the sur-
prisingly strong American pair
of Miss O'Connor and Millns
collected 26.0 ordinals and 59.84
points.
The medals will be decidedl
after the final freestyle eventi
on Monday.
Later Thursday night, Russian
skaters Irina Rodnina and Alek-
sandr Zaitsev, seized a com-
manding lead in the pair's fig-'
ure skating. The competition in-
volved compulsory moves and!
is the first of two events that
lead to a medal, which will be
determined after freestyle skat-.
ing Saturday night.

The luge events reached the
halfway stage of their four-day
competition yesterday with thej
East and West Germans battling
for medals.
DETLEF GUENTHER of East
Germany headed the men's sin-
gle race less than one-fifth of
a second ahead of West Ger-
many's Josef Fendt. Monika
Scheftschik of WestGermany
moved into the lead in the wo-
men's event ahead of favored
Utn RI~hrnirl o f GFactI'_ iy.

sistence, he reminisces freely turni
about the quiet life back in cham
Pennsylvania. two-t
"I live pretty far out in the can J
country back home, in a place feren
called Sand Beach," Neiswen-I Iowa
der said. "It's like one city due's
block of old houses, surrounded Chris
by mountains and woods, a "Ed
couple of miles outside Her- timid
shey." Johan
ED SPENT most of his hours Neisx
in the forest, but still found easil
time for wrestling, starting his Johan
career in third grade in the to th
wrestling - rich Keystone State. meat
His years of effort paid off men
with a state second-place finish o
at 155 and a recruiting offer-oc
from Michigan, then a national
wrestling power under Rick I
Bay.
.Neiswenderlikes Ann Arbor
well enough as cities go ("No
way could I stand it in a big
town like Detroit or Philadel- c
phia," he declared), but pre-
fers the more natural, laid-back
life at home.
He keeps a living reminder
of home in his apartment -
a pet boa, dubbed Stanley by P
Ed's young nieces and nephews. .
Isoc
"I LOVE animals," Neiswen-
der said. "I have an iguana -
back home, and some birds. I
"A couple of years ago, I
went out to California and
brought back three alligators,"
he continued, "but I couldn't
take care of them after a while
so I gave them to a friend back
home."
For all his experience, there
still remain some animals that'
Neiswender just can't seem to
handle - namely, the more
outstanding of his fellow 167-
;ounders that do make the
headlines. Neiswender hasn't;
been upset this season, but he
hasn't pulled off any upsets, FR
either.
THE LIST of his conquerors
in duals and tournaments reads
like a Who's Who, including re-
INTRODUCTION TO
KUNDALINI YOGA
as taught by I
Swami Rudranando
and
Michael Shoemaker
Beainners' Classes Every I
MWF at 5:30 p.m.
RUDRANANDA ASHRAM
640 Oxford, 9-

ing Big Ten 158-pound concerned with the next two
npion Larry Zilverberg, I weekends, when he goes up
ime Penn State All-Ameri- against MSU's Waad Nadhir
Jerry Villecco and the con-' and the Badgers' Christenson.
ce's returning elite at 167, Then comes the Big Ten tour-
's Dan Wagemann, Pur ney, and Christenson, Wage-
Bernie Barrile and Pat mann and Barrile again in a
tenson of Wisconsin. year when only the top three
d needs to overcome his in- finishers in each weight class
ation against big names," are guaranteed a trip to to Tuc-
nnesen said, an observation son.
Wender readily agrees with. No matter what happens,
fhe can, he could very though, when the shouting sub-
y win the Nationals at 167," sides and the mats are rolled
nnesen concluded, referring up for some well-deserved re-
e mid-March NCAA tourna- cuperation, Ed Neiswender will
in Arizona. I have given his just plain best.
T now, Neiswender is more You can depend on it.
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USSION with
CLOWNEY
eminary. Philadelphia

"The Yoke of Christ:
Did Jesus Have a YOGA?"

Eberhardslast-miute sots
push Pistons past Atlanta
by The Associated Press The game was close most of the leans last 17 points and marked
ATLANTA - Al Eberhart way with Detroit hdlding a 58- his fifth straight game in which
scored 25 points, including a 56 halftime edge and an 85-84 he has scored more than 30,
pair of jump shots in the clos- advantage after three periods. points.
ing minutes to lift the Detroit Atlanta, which had seven play-1
Pistons to a 111-108 victory over ers in double figures, was led The Rockets led 55-34 with
the Atlanta Hawks last night. by Lou Hudson with 22 points four minutes left in the half,
Eberhard keyed a 10-2 De- and John \Drew with 16. but New Orleans cut it to 15
troit spurt in the final 3:10 * * at halftime and to nine going
to overcome a 106-101 Atlanta Pistol Ops into the fourth quarter.
lead with his two baskets, the
second with 1:46 left to put HOUSTON - Pete Maravich Maravioh had only nine points
Detroit ahead to stay at 107- scored 35 points as the New in the first half. It was New
106. Orleans Jazz overcame a 21- Orleans' fourth straight victory;
Eric Monev. who hal 18 "'int deficit to defeat the Hous-1 and moved the Jazz into a third
points, added four free throws ton Rockets 114-111 last night. nla-e tie with the Rockets in the
in the last minute for Detroit. Maravich scored 13 of New Or-, Central Division.

ua nuenroi o Iast uermany.
Canadian Denis Michaud was!
disqualified inwthe luge event -
because he was overweight.
AmericanJames Murray said
Michaud had not eaten for 12,
hours to get near the limit, but,
he made the mistake of eating
breakfast.
Today, the American hockey
team takes on what looks like
an impossible task - trying to
beat the same Russian squad
that posted a 5-2-1 record
against National Hockey League
teams last month.
In other events, Miss Young
goes for the gold medal in the
women's 500 meter speed skat-
ing event, bobsled competition
begins over a refrigerated run,1
luge continues and the Nordicl
skiers try the biathlon, an event
in which competitors ski across
the countryside with rifles strap-
ped to their backs, stopping!
four times to fire at targets.
Missing the bullseye means
time is added to their total run.

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COLUMBUS (R) -Ohio StateC
University basketball C o a c h
Fred Taylor submitted his res-
ignation yesterday effective at
the end of his 18th season as
the Buckeyes mentor.
TAYLOR, the dean of Big Ten
basketball coaches, cited per-
sonal reasons for his decision in
a letter to OSU President Har-
old Enarson. He asked to be re-
assigned to another position atI
the university.
Ohio State won seven Big Ten
championships, including five in
a row-a conference record.
Under Taylor, Ohio State has
a 14-4 record in post-season
NCAA tournament play, won the
national championship in 1960,
was runnerup in 1961 and 1962
and finished third in 1968.

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