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Saturday, February 21,x1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Saturday, February 21, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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Dekers

BLUE FALLS IN OVERTIME, 4-3
upended by

Badgers

By ED LANGE

The Wisconsin Badgers dealt
yet another devastating blow to
the Michigan hockey team's
dreams of second place when
.;, they upset the Wolverines, 4-3,:
in an overtime game last night
.:<..... tat Yost Ice Arena.
The visitors rode to victory
on the shoulders of their red-
hot goalie, Mike Dibble as they
recorded their ninth victory of
the season to continue their
drive for the final WCHA play-
off berth.
Dibble recorded 53 saves for
the contest but it took a goal by
Mark Capouch at 7:46 of the
ten minute overtime period to'
lock up the victory by the
Badgers.
"DIBBLE AGAIN was just
great," said an elated Bill Roth.
well, Wisconsin's head coach.
SE"If there's a better goalie in
)TT ECCKER the league I don't know who.#
He took away ten goals and
ates past. a they wereasure goals."
ey dropped "It was a helluva team ef-'
fort," c o n t i n u e d Rothwell.

I

"Week after week we just rise
to the occasion. I just can't
say enough about them. Theyl
just won't quit."
Let it be said that Michigan1
had every chance in the world
to win the contest but the
bounces of the puck combined
with Dibble were just too much
for the Blue as they saw their
WCHA record drop to 14-13 andI
their season ledger to 18-15.
Alatriumphs
By Reuter
San Juan, Puerto Rico-
World heavyweight Muham-
Ali, after toying with Bel-
gian challenger Jean- Pierre
Coopman, for four rounds,
opened up late in the fifth
round and knocked out the
challenger last night to re-
tain his title in a scheduled
15 round bout.

MICHIGAN opened the scor-
ing at 7:51 of the first period
when defenseman Greg Natale
blocked a Wisconsin power play
shot and skated down the center
of the ice flanked by teammate
Kris Manery on his right. Na-
tale deftly passed the puck to
Manery just over the blue line
and Kris rifled it past the glove
hand of Dibble for the. short-
handed goal.
The Badgers quickly convert-
ed what was left of their power
play time when at 8:27 a Brad
Mullens slapshot from the point
deflected off Murray Johnson
past Robbie Moore for the tyinga
goal.
The Wolverines took the lead
again on a power play goal, the
first scored against the Badgers
this year, at 13:30 of the period.
Natale let go with a vicious
drive from the point which was
kicked out by Dibble to Mich-

igan's Pat
home.

Hughes, who put its

WISCONSIN tied it again at'
6:01 of the second stanza when
Bob Suter deked Michigan's
John McCahill at the blue line,
skated in alone on Moore and
fired the puck into the net off
Moore's pads.
The visitors took the lead in
the final minute of play in the
period with a goal that was
contested vehemently by- Wol-
verine fans. Tom Ulseth raced
the length of the ice up the
right side and, screening hin-
self from the Michigan defender,
put the puck into the net as he
went crashing into Moore. The
referees ruled that the puck had
gone in before the collision and
allowed the score.
Michigan sweated through the
first half of the final stanza
before scoring the tying goal at

9:22 with a power play. Kris
Manery parked himself in the
crease, took a centering pass
from Kip Maurer and shot. The
puck bounced off Dibble's arm
to Doug Lindskog who got credit
for the score.
THE BLUE dekers were un-
able to get the clincher as the
gutty Badgers hung on to take
it into overtime.
Michigan dominated the play
in the overtime, right up til the
fateful Badger goal. Rothwell
explained after the game that
he instructed his y outhf ul
charges to "play a little more
cautious, make sure you don't
give them the game.". Michigan
fired away during the period
but the Badgers hung on to
score the clincher when with
only 2:14 left on the clock,
Capouch drilled home the win-
ning goal.

Doily Photo by SCO
MlICHIGAN FORWARD DON DUFEK shows some fancy puck-handling as he sk
Wisconsin defender. The Wolverines just couldn't put 'it all together though, as th
a 4-3 decision to the Badgers in overtime.

Pk
By KATHY HENNEGHAN

Pu rdu e

tests Blue

Tu E

The Michigan basketball teamI
losts Purdue today in a must-; Michigan
win game for the Boilermakers.
Purdue, two games behind the
Wolverines in the league stand- 32 Wayman Britt (6-2
ings, needs a win badly to have4
any shot at second place in the 45 John Robinson (6-
Big Ten. Vt Phil NHh r bb fdl-71

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3)

LINEUPS pecially at the guards. EugeneE
Parker has hit double figures
in every Purdue game this sea-
Purdue son, shooting 51 per cent from
the field.!
F 34 Walter Jordan (6-8) Michigan will stick to its man-'
to-man defense for most of the
F 40 Wayne Walls (6-7) game, its best counter-attack to#
Purdue's strong shooting.
V _19 TnmCnhpffiar 01

.'BREAK SIX RECORDS:
"We had numerous chances
to win it," commented a de--
j ected Dan Farrell. "When you j 51/ m e n f
get into overtime it's anyone'sga .
game."
B ad gerizedBy HENRY ENGELHARDT the first time
The Michigan women's swim the latter ever
FIRST PERIOD team was brilliantly awesome KATHY KN
SCORING: 1. M - Manery (Na- yesterday, winning six of seven an outstandi
tale) 7:51;2. lW as)- 727 .M. Johnson
(Lundeen, Mullons 8 ; 3. son events and setting new Big Ten placing third
Hughes (Natale, Rob Palner) 13:30 records."every,.time. freestyle. Kn
SECOND PERIOD The Wolverines opened up a the most ex
SCORIng 4. W - Bob Suter v
(Kavolinas, Meeker) 6:01; 5. w -.. virtually insurmountable 98 evening's fin4
Ulseth (Eaves, Norwich) 19:33 point lead over second place individual m
THIRD PERIOD Lindskog MSU after the setond of three Debbie Brevit
SCORING: 6 M - D. Lnso
(Manery, Maurer) 9:22 days of competition of the Big that event, a
OVERTIME Ten Swimming and Diving behind Knox.
SCORING: 7. WV - Capough
(Eaves) 746 C Championships in Matt Mann and a half,"
TOTAL SAVES Pool. Earlier, Br
1 2 3 OT TOT "Our girls swam out of their opposition in t
IMOORE (M) 15 14 5 ' 33 heads," exclaimed Michigan stroke, winnir
DIBBLE (W) 13 9 23 8 53
SCORING BY PERIODS coach Stu Isaac. The Wolverines seconds. And
MICHIGAN 2 3 O TTOT were led by Katy McCully's vic- swimmer, La
Wisconsin 1 2 1 4 tories in both the 100 yard free- was second.
ATTENDANCE: 4,155 style and the 200 yard butterfly, The only

she'd ever swam
nt.
OX also turned in
ing performance,
in the 100 yard
ox went on to win
citing race of the
als, the 100 yard
edley. Teammate
ts finished fifth in
a mere .5 second
"It was a race
said Isaac.
evitz destroyed her
he 200 yard breast-'
ng by almost two
it was a Michigan
ura Adamson, who
individual event

nzkers shine

night, the Wolverines can begin running away with the game in
planning 'for the NCAA playoffs' 30 Steve Grote (6-2) G 11 Eugene Parker (6-1) the opening minutes. "Michigan.
as conference runners-up. has started quick on us the ast
"We think that was our great- championship team was blown two years," said Schaus. "We'
Today's basketball game est victory of the year, really," right out of the gym in Ann have to stop them ,
with Puues Isegian only said Orr. "To go into GWest Arbor as Michigan sank 19 f its p
ith e e a Lafayette and beat the oiler- first 21 shots en route to an I "They've been playing ery
televised, and can be seen makers there is always difficult. 111-84 win, well all year, particularly in,
on Channel 4 beginning at They were red hot and we were Last season, Michigan downed the last couple of weeks, "ilow-
2:OS.just elated with that win. ,the Boilermakers 93-76 in an- ing their game at Indiana. They
as confeence runere-r.easilyedqcohaesothat it
"I'm sure they'll do every- other regionally televised con- t yeas could ha w
tiae, and probably should have
THE BOILERIAKERS hope thing they can to turn the tables- rest. Breaking that jinx will be oan.hee we'l gi te
2:05 jus elted iththatwin theBoilrmaers 3-7 in n-n thfelr gwe'll gnieathey a
to avenge an 84-80 loss to Michi- on us right here in Anp Arbor." added incentive. good game though-}we'll have
gan at Mackey Arena back in As far as Purdue is concerned, "I think this will be one of the to."
January. The Wolverines jump- regional television and Crisler most exciting games of the "Rebounding and defense will
ed out to a 20-6 lead, and Pur- Arena just don't mix. Two years season," said Orr. "The two be the turning points of the
due never recovered. 'ago, Coach Fred Schaus' NIT teams have very similar styles. gm ;y.,,., Ormn ri

Michigan didn't win was the
100 yard backstroke. Indiana's
Amiand Dominique seK a new
Big Ten record, defeating Michi-
gan's Chris DenHerder by a
scant .17 of a second.
BOTH OF Michigan's relay
teams also' proved themselves
superior to the competition.
DenHerder, Kathy Lingenberg,
Adamson and 'Connie Ortega
won the 200 yard medley relay,
the opening event. In the. final
event, Knox, Lingenberg, Mc-
Cully and Brevits triumphed in
the 40 yard freestyle relay.
Michigan's two day point total
is 344. Michigan State is second
with 246, and surprising Min-
nesota with 221 points floated
past fourth place Indiana, with
212.
In yesterday's action alone,
Michigan had 188 points, fol-
lowed by Minnesota with 131.
"Minnesota has got to be the
team to beat," said Isaac, "but
it looks good now-it's a com-
fortable lead.
Today's action begins at 11
a.m. with preliminaries. Div-
ing prelims are at 2:00 with all-
finals at 7:00 p.m. Issac sum-
med up last night's action:
"This night is probably the best
Big Ten swimming I've ever
seen."
[SCORESI

High scoring Wolverines roll
over Michigan State gymnasts

C'nnrta of thii htlHAT'

They both run, they switch their
defenses, shoot the ball up there,
and they're excellent rebound-
ers."

gamc , m sure, vrr summed
up. "It slvxld be a real barn-,
burner."
........,.<..;.

Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Coming
through with superb perform-
ances in every event, the men's
gymnastic team whipped an in-
spired Michigan State team at
Jenison Field House last night,
213.6 to 205.45.

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Schaus attributed the earlier B m really proud of the
loss to Michigan to two factors guys, said an ebullient Mich-
- poor rebounding and a shoot- kStandingsg c N L e k."Our
ing slump. We just were not great performances two week-
going to the boards well early ends in a row indicates our
in that game, and obviously our W L W L gaining of excellence in all our
Spartans name A.D. shooting was off," said Schaus. Indiana 13 0 22 0 performances." Last weekend,
Purdue has shown improve- Purduetop-ranked Indiana State. edged
Joseph L. Kearney director of sports programs at the ment in both areas. Tom Scheff- Iowa 7 5 176 the Wolverines 214.9 to 213.5.
University of Washington, has been named the new athletic ler, 6-10 junior center, grabbed Ih. State 7 6 11 1 Last nights performance
director at Michigan State. Kearney, 48, has been at Washington a career high 18 rebounds Illinois 7 7 14 9 was the Blue tumblers' high-
for 12 years, serving as athletic director since 1969 until he against Ohio State last weekend, Minnesota 5 8 13 8 est tally this year, as Mich-
resigned last November. ; and 13 more against Indiana. Northwestern 5 9 10 13 igan upped its dual meet rec-
"It's one of the better jobs in the United States," he said The Boilermakers are general- Ohio State 2 11 6 S ord to 7-1.
of his new position. ly strong outside shooters, es- Wisconsin 2 12 8 14 Sophomore H a r I e y Danner,
Kearney said penalties the NCAA levied on MSU because of,
the football violations can be surmounted.
"Certainly there are some negative impacts from the Tners take on O SU
penalties set down by the NCAA. We will have to work hard
to overcome them" By RICK MADDOCK then the 500 and 1000 may be ly do. We know that Donny
Howard Weyers and Charles Butler, the two assistant coaches the feature races. (Craine) is the best in the
primarily involved in the recruiting scandal, were given exten- The Michigan men's swim' ALTHOUGH the Wolverines country or at least in the Big
sions by the MSU trustees Friday. Ming team wraps up its dual are fairly confident of a win, Ten, but he has to prove it
Butler's contract was renewed for a year and he will remain meet season in Columbus, Ohio, they would have no doubts if the down there."'
on as coach. Weyers' contract was extended for six months so this afternoon. The Wolverines meet was in Matt Mann Pool. Even though Craine's arch ri-
he could seek other employment. have their last chance to tune Unfortunately for the local tank- val, Tim Moore, has graduated,
-AP up for the Big Tens, to be held ers, it's not. "They have a dif- the competition is stiff.- Frank
in Illinois from March 4 to ficult pool to swim in," said D'Amico finished right behind
March 6. Stager. "It has flat walls, so it Moore and Craine last year in
Grapplers down Rockets Wolverine coach Gus Stager I handicaps us. The style of turn the Big Tens on the one meter,
will shuffle the lineup around, is a little different." board.
The Michigan wrestling team closed out its dual meet season looking for some undiscovered "It's always an interesting IT IS NOT very likely that'
against Toledo and came up with an easy 30-13 victory featuring combination of swimmers and meet down there," he explain- the Wolverines will win big,
fine performances by Todd Schneider and Mark Churella. events that could give the Wol- ed. "They always rise to the and if they experiment too much
Schneider, wrestling at 118 pounds, pinned his opponent, veres a shot at Indiana in the occasion of swimming Michigan they could even be upset. But
Kevin Ferguson, at the 5:30 mark. Churella pulled off an Big Tens, in their pool. When they come if Stager can find one clue that
Charlie " up here, ,they kind of fold up. would end Indiana's domination
iWE SHOULD be able to win "It creates problems," Stager in the Big Ten championships,
Miller, 14-0. the meet," Stager explained, continued. "We can't count on he would gladly sacrifice this
Other match points were. won by Amos Goodlow at 134 but we are taking chances on the diving points as we general- I meet..
pounds, Brad Holman at 167, and Harold King at 190. Karl it." -t-
Briggs managed a draw against Toledo strongman Virgil Smith, One Wolverine who may get
5-5, at 158. switched around is senior Tom
Toledo's points were taken by Brad Smith, who downed Szuba. He wants a shot at the
Rich Valley 6-0 at 142 pounds. The remaining scores resulted butterfly, possibly nailing a time
from draws and forfeits. Greg Haynes was injured Thursday, good enough for the NCAA' s.
and was forced to forfeit at 126 lbs. like a shot at the fly competi-
Now the Wolverines look forward to the Big Ten tournament' tion. So if those two go in this
then bufttefly, willgaonthaisi g
next weekend at Iowa. event, then Fred Yawger and
-DAILY STAFF ' John Daly, who usually swim
t 'the butterfly, will get a shot at
Bluelead CCCanother event.
BlelasCCThe Buckeyes have some goodON EA A NPe
Bluelead 60 B~n:TdONCE AGAIN-Pre
A mistake by the lap counter in the distance medley cost Smith has posted a 9:42 in the
Michigan the relay title last night at Eastern Michigan's Bowen 1000-yard freestyle and a 4:43
Fieldhouse. in the 500-yard freestyle. THPLA N K D
In the eight lap mile anchor, a pack of runners led by Michi- Stager commented on Smith's'T H E 'P LA N K D I
gan's Greg Meyer, came by the finish line after six laps, and times, Those aren't great
by mistake the final lap gun was fired. Then Michigan State's times for Downie or McClat-
Herb Lindsay shot out of his third place position and took the chey, but they are for our other
lead. Confused and thinking he had only a lap to go, Meyer be- swimmers." If Stager follows STARTING TONIGHT at 5:00, you
his plan of shuffling the lineup,
gan -his final sprint.-..... ..a choice of Prime Rib Strip Ste
However as Mever crossed the finish line in first place at -ir
what he thor ht was the end of the race, Lindsay and EMU's G
Dave Brkhart blew by him. Having exhausted himself during H e a G w

showing signs of a full recovery
from a leg injury that disabled
him earlier this season, shined
with his best all-around display
this year, finishing with a score
of 53.5. which included a first
place and two thirds in indi-
"idual events. Freshman Nigel
Rothwell also came through
with a sensational all-around
mark of 51.7 to finish in second.
Michigan totalled more points
than State in every event, and
was never in d a n g er after
sweeping the floor exercises.
The trio of Randy Sakamoto,
Chuck Stillerman and Danner
all gave routines which earned
more than nine points.
In the pommel horse and
Floor exercise: 1. S a k a m o t o
(MICH), 9.25; 2. stillernian (MICH),
9.2; 3. Danner (MICE),, 9.1
Pommel horse: 1 Poynt on
(MICH), 9.45; 2. Rosengren (MSU),
9.2; 3. Ventura (MICH), 9.0
Rings: 1. Ponto (MICH), 9.35; 2.
HoAgnd (MSU), 9.2; 3. Shepherd
(MSU), 8.95
Vaulting: 1 Sturrock (MSU), 9.35;.
2. (tie) Danner (MICH) and Mac-
Lean (MSU), 9.2
Parallel bars: 1. Danner (MICH),'
9.25; 2. Corritore (MICE), 8.95; 3.
Rothwell (MICH), 8.75
High bar: 1. Darden (MICH), 9.5;
2 (tie) Hime (MsU) 'and Culbert-
son (MICE), 9.35
All-around: 1. Danner (MIC),
53.5; 2. Rothwell (MICH), 51.7; 3.
Jeff Rudolph (MSU), 50.2; 4. Mac-
Lean (MSU), 47.1
Totals: MICH 213.6
MSU 205.45.
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rings, specialists Jerry Poyn-
ton and Scott Ponto came
through with scores of 9.45 and
9.35, respectively.
Led by Danner, Michigan
also swept the parallel bars,
and specialist Bob Darden
completed a sensational eve-
ning for the Wolverines with
a stunning 9.5.
Michigan State's score of
205.45 is well above its season-
long average of about 195, and
even though the Spartans gave
their best performance of the
year,. it wasn't enough to touch
the more able Wolverines.
Next S a t u r d a y, Michigan,
brings its show to Crisler Arena
to take on Indiana in their final
home dual meet 'of the year.

NBA
Phoenix 103, New Orleans 102
Detroit 102, Washington 86
Chicago 130, Portland 74
Houston 110, Milwaukee 108
NHL
Montreal 5, NY Rangers 3
Atlanta 3, Kansas City 1
WCHA
Michigan State 7 Notre Dame S
Wisconsin 4, MIC~iIGAN 3 (QT)
Michigan Tech 12, North Dakota 2

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