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Tuesday Wdreh l 61 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

m.,,..~ _a_ __ DO OR DIE IN LOUISVILLE

......

By RICH LERNER basket
"I w
The Michigan basketball I kneA
team began preparations yes- fall,"
terday for its NCAA tourna- bad g
ment battle with the Fighting You're
Irish of Notre Dame. a play
It took two last gasp baskets
for Michigan and Notre Dame
to survive the first round of the
tourney, to set up a re-match
of their 1974 tournament tus-
sle.
CAMPY RUSSELL and Way-.
man Britt led the Wolverines
to a 77-68 upset win over the
Irish, two years ago. The two
teams meet Thursday in Louis-
ville, Kentucky at nine o'clock.
Tickets are available at the
Athletic ticket office. Television
coverage will be on WJBK (2).
Michigan trailed by as many
as 13 points in the second half
before coming back to clip Wi-
chita State, 74-73 in Denton,
Texas, Saturday. Honorable
mention All-America Rickey
Green swished a jumper from
the corner with only six seconds
remaining - to provide the
margin of victory.
Toby Knight's tip-in with
two seconds lifted the Fighting Tom
Irish past Cincinnati 80-79 at bench
Lawrence, Kansas. comeb
GREEN SUFFERED his gameV
worst shooting night of the year, remain
hitting on only three of 16 be-; ley Cl
fore canning the game-winner. holding
Wichita State held the ball and twenty
a one-point lead when Lyn- man b
bert "Cheese" Johnson charged from
Steve Grote with 18 seconds. eight-p
left. The Wolverines called THE
time-out, but planned no set, Fernda
play before scoring the final and fo

to battle

Notre

Dame

t. on the press resulting in a re-
as missing so many, that verse layup. His entry into the
w one of them had to game woke up Michigan as the
Green said. "I got my Wolverines forged a 68-65 lead
ame out of my system. with four minutes left after an-

allowed one bad game
yoff."

other Staton field goal.
"I just wanted to get every-
thing going, put up some shots
and start things flowing," Sta-
ton said in the jubilant Michi-
gan locker room after the
game.
"The offense was stagnant
when I came in. It was my job
to get it moving," he said. Sta-
ton only played sparingly
during the regular season. "I'm
just glad the coaches had con-
fidence in me in a tight situa-
tion."
"STATON GAVE us a little
more quickness," said Michi-
gan coach John Orr. "He real-
ly gave us a spark when he
came into the game."
Michigan outscored WSU 14-1
to move from a 64-54 disadvan-
tage to a 68-65 lead. Grote,
Green, and Tom Bergen each,
hit two field goals in the spurt,
as Wichita missed the first end
of two one-and-one situations.
But the Shockers' Robert El-
more swished a turnaround
jumper and connected on six
straight free throws, the lasts
two with 55 seconds left, to put
Wichita ahead 73-72.
A Britt jump shot with 40
seconds left was off its mark
and Bergen fouled Elmore two
seconds later. But this time El-
more missed the free throw and
Johnson rebounded for Wichi-
ta. The Shockers stalled 20 sec-
onds off the clock before Grote
drew the charge from Johnson,
setting up Green's winning bas-
ket.

Rickey Green
Staton came off the
to spark the Wolverine
ack. Staton entered the,
with just over 11 minutes
ing and Missouri Val-
hampion Wichita State
g a 60-48 lead. Within
seconds, the 6-3 swing-
brought the Wolverines
a 12-point deficit to an
point deficit.
FRESHMAN f r o m
tale clicked on a jumper;
ollowed that with a steal

Grote worked the baseline to lead. The 5-7 guard pumped in
perfection, leading the Wol- 13 of his 15 points before inter-
verine scoring attack with 17' mission, dropping in several
points. jumpers from the side of the
key.
THE WOLVERINES control- The Shockers built their first-
led the game's opening tip, half lead playing without the
jumping to a 4-0 lead, their services of their big man, 6-9
largest of the night. The Shock- Elmore. The younger brother
ers, who brought 2500 fans the of Len Elmore of the ABA In-
300 miles to Denton, were prim- diana Pacers picked up his
ed for an upset and played an third foul seven and a half mi-
excellent game. utes into the game and sat out
Cal Bruton's outstanding play the remainder of the first per-
led Wichita to a 41-35 halftime iod.
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SEASON CLOSES WITH 6-5 LOSS:

Almost Shocked

Huskies
By PAUL CAMPBELL For thi
Stu Younger scored on a brought
breakaway with seven minutes somewha
left in the game to thwart a! son. Tabl
strong Michigan comeback and as s e r
give Michigan Tech a 6-5 victory , league
last night in the Student Ice Michiga
Arena.' consisten
The :game, coupled with Tech's campaig
4-2 win on Sunday, gave the vseason
Huskiesta 10-7 victory in the two overall
game, total goals series. Tech
advances to the national cham- It looke
pionships next week in Denver, might m
where it will be a heavy favorite glory tha
to successfully defend its NCAA season. A
title. a shortha

KO

he Wolverines, the loss
an abrupt halt to a
at disappointing sea-
bbed before the season
i o u s contenders for
and national honors,
in was plagued by in-
rcy throughout t h e
gn. They finished the
with a lackluster 28-20
record.
ed as if the Wolverines
ake a final run at the
t had eluded them all
After Mike Zuke scored
anded goal early in the

Wolverines
....j Huskies shut the gates to pro-
,,*tect their two goal lead in the
}r I anĀ®;overall score.
Michigan Tech really put the
*jo r 1I game away early on. Aftert
SLindskog scored the first goal
NIGHT EDITORS: of the game at 5:20 of the open-
KATHY HENNEGHAN ing stanza, the Huskies woke up
; JOHN NIEMEYER and carried the play into Mich-
'::;>{r:,qtS:} a igan's end. Before the period.
was over. Tech had lit the red

4
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s

Blue tracksters take
Big Ten in door ti*tlez
By ERNIE DUNBAR the three-mile. His record is six
seconds faster than the previous
"I knew we were good, butI I Big Ten best.
wasn't sure we had the quality
points to win the meet," said Jim Stokes was a pleas ant sur-
point to win tahe meet, y prsead the pole vault, with his
head track coach Jack Harvey rise inain f1'1

secondperiod, Michigan storm-
ed back to score four straightI
goals to overcome a 5-1 deficit.
First Dan Hoene scored as
shorthanded goal of his own at
12:31 of the period. Dave De-:
Bol added a power play goal!
four minutes later as he whis-1
tled a low drive off the pads of;
Tech goalie Bruce Horsch. I
Angie Moretto, the alltimeI
leading scorer in Michigan
history, kept the comeback
rolling in the third period.
Stealing a pass at the blue
line, he found linemate DougI
Lindskog streaking into the
Huskie zone. Lindskog prompt-
ly beat Horsch to bring the
Wolverines within one.
Kris Manery tied the game at
the 9:49 mark as he knocked
in a Greg Fox rebound. But it
simply wasn't enough, as the
R.I.P.
FIRST PERIOD
SCORING: 1. M- D. Lindskog
(Moretto, Manery) 5:20; 2. MT-
Zuke (Mayer, Wilcox) 7:52; 3. MT-
Mayer, (Younger Drazenovich)
12:13; 4. MT - Lyle (Dempsey,
Zuke) 16:31 PP; 5. MT - Murray
(unassisted) 19,,20.
SECOND PERIOD
SCORINQ 6. MT - Zuke (May-
er) 10:10 SH1; 7. Ml - Hoene (unas-
sisted) 12:31 SH; 8. M - DeBol
(Hughes, Blanzy) PP.
THIRD PERIOD

light four times.
The fourth goal, scored by
d e f e n s e m a n Jim Murray,
brought Michigan coach Dan
Farrell off the bench screaming
that Michigan goalie Robbie
Moore had been interferred
with. After Moore had made the
initial save, it appeared he was
dragged to the ground by a
Michigan Tech player, allowing
Murray to score into an unde-
fended net.
The protest was disallowed,

cemen
however, and Murray's first
goal of the season remained on
the books.
Another controversial call
went against the Wolverines
moments into the second per-
iod. Dave DeBol appeared to
have picked up a rebound and
flipped the puck over Horsch's
shoulder. But the officials
rlled that Horsch had posses-
son of the initial shot and that
the whistle had blown.
The Huskies will join Minne-
sota as WCHA representatives
in Denver. The Gophers quali-
fied by beating Michigan State
9-8 in their two game series.
After tying 2-2 on Saturday,
Minnesota nipped the Spartans
7-6 in an amazing triple over-
time marathon at East Lansing.
Boston University and Brown,
will represent the East in the
championships.

Britt
Rob inson
Hubbard
Green
Grote
Baxter
Hardy
Thompson
Staton
Bergen
Team
Totals
M

WIC

Johnson
Gray
Elmore
Bruton
tTrogele
Brent
Kalocinski
Yoder
McCullough
Ford
Team
Totals 2
SHalftime S
Michigan 35
Att. -9,8&

FG FT R F Pts
2-8 0-0 5 2 4
4-7 2-2 4 3 10
6-12 3-5 9 5 15
4.17 2-3 7 3 10
7-10 3-4 4 3 17
3-6 0-0 0 4 6
0-3 0-0 3 0 0
1-1 0-0 1 0 2
3-5 0-0 0 2 6
2-5 0.0 1 4 4
7
32-74 10-14 41 26 74
HITA STATE
FG FT R F Pts
5-9 2-4 7 3 12
5-13 0-0 7 3 10
5-10 8-10 7 4 18
6-13 3-4 3 2 15
1-4 3-4 4 2 5
3-5 0-0 3 1 6
1-3 0-0 3 2 2
2-2 1-2 3 0 5
0-0 0-0 0 0 0
0-0 0.0 0 0 0
4
28-59 17-24 41 17 73
ocore: Wichita St. 41,
84

MICHIGAN

as he reflected on the beginning
of the season.
But as the Michigan track
team slowly began to roll over
opponents, and break at least
one indoor record a meet, the'
feeling was that this team had
a definite shot at its first Big
Ten indoor track title in twelve'
years.
THE FEELINGS were accur-
ate as the thinclads combined
four first place finishes with a
display of powerful team depth,
en route to wrapping up the con-
ference title with 62 points. Wis-
consin took second with 501.
Michigan's outstanding per-
formance came from Dave
Furst, who won the half-mile in
a Big Ten record time of 1:48.6.
Furst's time is the fastest indoorI
half-mile in the world this year.
"We knew he'd run a good
one," said Harvey, "but we
had no idea he'd run that fast."
Just to prove his Big Ten per-
formance was no fluke, Furst
ran a 1:48.3 on the board track
at the NCAA chamnionshins
March 12-13. His anchor leg
gave Michigan a second olace
finish in the two-mile relny.
THE WOLVERINES' r'har Big
Ten chamnrions were Mikc M--
G'lire, who set a cronf-rence
record with his time of 13720.7 in
WCHA Stond'n s

winning leap of 16'6".
Dave Williams shared the 600;
title with Dick Moss of Wiscon-
sin. Both were clocked in 1:10.1.
MICHIGAN'S mile relay unit
of Harlen Huckleby, James
Grace, Jeff McLeod and Wil-
liams combined for the title with
a time of 3.15.8.
This group went on to place
third in the NCAA's behind Ten-
nessee and Kansas.
As a team Michigan tied for
tenth in the NCAA meet at Cobo
Arena.
Several observers at the meet
were critical of the Wolverines'
overall performances, but Coach
Harvey feels his team put in a
r e s p e c t a b 1 e performance.
"People don't realize that we
were the only school to score
in the both the mile and two-
mile relays, with totally dif-
ferent personnel."

-TONIGHT-Tuesday, March 16th
DR. STRANGELOVE, OR HOW I
LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING
AND LOVE THE BOMB
(Stanley Kubrick, 1964) AUD. A, 7 only
Dr. Stranqelove (Peter Sellers). an ex-Nazi adviser to the
President of the U.S., advises him on the impending de-
struction of the world in this hilarious Cold War black
comedv on sexual insecurity and nuclear deterence. Winner
of 60 international awards. George C. Scott, Sterlinq Hay-
den, Slim Pickens, Keenan Wynn.
CRY, DR. CHICAGO
(George Manupelli, 1970) AUD. A, 9 only
Another film in the Dr. Chicaqo series. See listings for
March 5th. The scene now shifts to a mansion somewhere
with Dr. Chicoago still searching. A fitting and dramatic
climax to the Dr. Chicaqo films. Short: FIVE ASSORTED
FILMS-experimental animations by Manupeli.
In ANGELL HALL
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Uof M
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Tues., March 16, 10-6
Wed., March 17, 10-6

- TONIGHT ONLY!-
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SCORING: 9. M - D. Lindskog
(Moretto) 6:28 10. M - Manery
(Fox, D. Lindskog) 9:49; 11. MT -
Younger (Letzgus, Jessie) 12:37.
SAVES BY PERIOD
Aoore (M) 9 8 9 26
Horsch (MT) 10 21 9 40

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