Saturday, January 17, 1976
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, January 17, 1976 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sports of the Daily
By JOHN NIEMEYER 1 when the knife slipped and Notre Dame then tallied with
A tough Notre Dame team gouged his hand. He will under- only 36 seconds remaining in
restlers in tr t-meetovercame a two goal third per- go surgery today and is prob- the period as Irish defenseman
iod deficit and -took a sudden ably lost for the season. Paul Clarke took a pass from
death overtime win 4-3 over Desipte the loss of Moretto, Brian Walsh and drilled a slap
Bill again Michigan's hockey squad in Yost the Blue icers played well most shot over Robbie Moore's left
at 4:00 p.m. in Crisler Arena in a meet that will testdetermina- Arena last night. of the evening but couldn't put shoulder. B o t h teams were
tion and stamina. The Wolverine grapplers are slated to meet The Wolverines, playing with- the puck past Notre Dame's ten- playing a man short at the4
Pittsburgh, Illinois State and the Big Ten's Indiana Hoosiers. out the services of star center acious goalie, Len Moher, who time as Michigan's Rob Palmer
The Hoosiers, according to Coach Johannesen are much Angie Moretto, looked like win- played superbly all evening. and Notre Dame's Tim Byers
improved over last year and feature Sam Komar at 134 ners most of the evening until Michigan drew first blood as sat out with roughing penalties.
ipoedoerlthe yonerenesfeatureAsamforP urgath Irish wing Terry Fairholm put John Waymann bounced a slap ONLY MINUTES earlier Mich-
pounds, one of the conferences best. As for Pittsburgh, the a damper on things at 4:34 in shot off Moher and Pat Hughes igan appeared in total control,
Panthers are set with six starters returning from last year, overtime by beating Michigan slid the rebound into the net playing over a minute with a
including two time All American, Randy Stottlemyer. goalie Robbie Moore. at 2:38. The rest of the stanza two man disadvantage and not
The round robin style match begins at 4 o'clock with Michi- was a defensive struggle and allowing a shot on goal.
gan facing Indiana, then at 6 o'clock Michigan meets Illinois THE MOST discouraging news the teams left the ice with the They looked in control again
f ofthenght was the loss of Score 1-0. when Dave Debol intercepted
State, and finally at 8 p.m. the Wolverines challenge Pittsburgh. Moretto, however, who severed At 5:03 in the second period, an Irish pass with 57 seconds
-BOB MILLER l the tendon in his left ring finger Michigan jumped to a 2-0 ad- gone in the third period and
! in his kitchen earlier yesterday. vantage as Kris Mannery hit easily beat Moher, slipping the
Michigan's leading scorer was Dave Debol in front for a power puck into the left side of the
Men tankers host MSU ... attempting to open a cocconut play goal. i net.
The Irish refused to give up couldn't seem to get the
and came back at 2:24 as ning goal.
Walsh fed Kevin Nugent in theI
middle, who ricocheted a shot' MICHIGAN coach Dan
off a Michigan defender to rell pointed to Michigan's
bring the count to 3-2. ure to score on the open
With 10:55 remaining, Clarke
tied the score with another
assist from Walsh, as again
only four men were on ice for
each team. Rob Palmer and
Irishman Clark Hamilton were
sitting in the box for high stick-
Both teams played tight de-
fense for the rest of the period,
sending the contest into sudden
death. The important statistics
in the third period, however,
were: Notre Dame, 15 shots on
goal, 2 scores, and Michigan,
33 shots on goal, 1 score. With-
out Moretto the Wolverines
in the final period as crucial int
the loss, saying, "We hadt
enough chances to win in the'
third period and didn't. I wasn't,
disappointed with our play to-1
"We can't play much better
than we did tonight," Farrell
said rather dejectedly. "With
the exception of some passing,t
that was as good a game as we
played all year."
Notre Dame coach "Lefty",
Smith, felt it was "a helluva
game to win.
"We got behind and didn't
buckle underthe pressure,
beamed Smith, who was espe-
cially pleased with the win
since it thrust his team into a
tie with Michigan for the fifth
spot in the WCHA.
"We've come a long way1
from preseason when we were
predicted for the ninth spot in
the conference," he added.
The Irish mentor also lauded
his goalie and the poise that his
team showed on the winning
goal. "When Collier (Geoff)
took the puck and skated around
the Michigan defenseman he
lost control for a moment. He
showed the presence of mind to
pass off instead of going in for
a bad shot."
IT WAS his pass to Mark
Olive that set up Olive's assists
to Fairholm and the winning
The two teams will face each
other again tonight at Yost and
Michigan will attempt to gener-
ate a slightly more efficient of-
fense in the absence of Moretto.
Dr. Pail C. Uslan 3
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Going for their third dual meet win in a row, the Michigan
tankers host the Michigan State Spartans at Matt Mann pool,
today'at 4 p.m. The strongest asset for the Michigan State squad
is its diving, so nationally ranked Don Craine and freshman Matt
Chelich will be faced with their toughest competition this year.
The Spartans have better sprinters than the Wolverines,
but after that the local tankers are the favorites. So unless
Michigan State sweeps the diving competition, or at least
splits the scoring, it will have a weak chance of winning
Senior Tom Szuba-commented about the annual rivalry, "It
won't be hard to get, psyched up for MSU, since they have a
really respectable team, especially some very good divers."
.so do womenw
The women's swimming team looks to dunk reigning Big Ten
Champion Michigan State, in its home opener today at Matt
The Wolverines, led by All-Americans Kathy Knox, Debbie
Brevitz and Sue Gottlieb, currently boast a 3-0 record.
"This meet's important," stated Coach Stu Isaac. "We're
trying to establish ourselves, and MSU as the power in Wo-
men's sports is the team for us to beat."
Michigan will need strong performances from breaststroker
Laura Adamson, backstroker Chris Den Herder and freshman
freestyler Katie McCully to beat the strong Spartan contingent
led by National AIAW diving champion Jane Manchester and
Big Ten 100-yard butterfly, champ Vickie Riebeling.
The meet, scheduled for 12 noon will be the first women's
event to charge an admission fee ($.50) this season.
Tumblers tangle with OSU
FURLOW, FRIENDS INVADE:
Blue battles Spar tans
By ANDY GLAZER was the better player .but Fur- Orr. "Every team in the Big occasion). Johnny Robinson
The Michigan State Spartans low's potential was considered Ten, Michigan State included, should have a clear rebounding
invade Crisler Arena today at great. is starting just about all all- edge.
2:05 p.m., and a well-rested Now Furlow is averaging 28.9 state basketball players. At guard, the Spartans start
Michigan team is eager, ready, points a game, more than twice "MSU is dangerous, but I 6-2 junior Bob Chapman, sixth
and waiting. as many as any of his team- just do not feel that you can man off last year's team, and
"We've had excellent prac- mates; and is being hailed as hope to win the Big Ten title Benny White, a 5-10 senior who
tices this week," said Michigan the savior of Michigan State: with one player shooting 30, w1, play an important role
coach Johnny Orr. "We finally basketball this year. What was times a game," added Orr. s. 11 Michigan decide to press
got a day off and I think it will expected to have been a disas- The Spartans will be without -a likely move. White may be
help us a lot. Last week was terous season for the Spartans the services of 6-9 center Cedric the best ball-handler starting
the toughest stretch we've had, has turned into merely a medi- Milton, who was recently de- for either team.
schedule-wise, since I've been ocre one; MSU stands 6-8 thus clared ineligible for academic
at Michigan." far. reasons. He will be replaced by as ma
Amongst all the emotional Britt is also a senior levder, the tandem of Greg Kelser and
rivalries that will be flaring but in a different sense. Way- Loielle Rivers.
up during today's game, one man is the outstrnding defen- Kelser has been the most
stands out: Wayman Britt sive player on a fine defensive pleasant surprise for MSU this
vs. MSU's Terry Furlow. And team, is second in assists, and j year, averaging 10.7 points and
it is in this rivalry that the is a calming infl'fence on a 9.3 rebounds a game as a re-
differences in the two teams' team that is starting two new serve forward and now starting
style become apparent. plgvers. center. Rivers is a 6-5 senior
Both Britt and Furlow, now. He is also scoring at an 11.4 with a rather undistinguished
senior captains for their re- Point ner game clip, the least of record.
snective teams, played for Michigan's five starters. To complicate Spartan size
Michigan assistant coach Bill "I think our team concept Problems, their other forward,
Friedler at Flint Northern High of basketball is as good as ilinior Edgar Wilson, is only
School. At graduation time Britt anyone's in the nation," said 6-5 (he has played guard on I
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A healthy men's gymnastics team travels to Ohio State to-
day for its dual meet of 1976.
Miciy a rtsdthoroughly upstaged the Buckeyes 'last Saturday V her ruled mneh goible
in the Big Ten Invitational, also at Columbus. The WolverinesGd
placed members among the top five in every event and swept
the top three spots in the parallel bar and ring competitions. From wire Service Reports ered that two players had sold value, a Big Ten violation
"The guys bad quite a day," stated coach Newt Loken. Mike Thompson, star Minne- complimer? arv basketball tic- and not an NCAA infraction,
"I was fairly satisfied, but there is room for considerable sota Gopher basketball player, kets last season. while the other player sold
improvement." has been declared ineligible by Dr. C. Peter Magrath, uni- tickets at more than face val-
'M' woen 6
-ENID GOLDMAN the NCAA for allegedly selling versity president recommended
__ _basketball tickets at more than in his report to the NCAA that
face value, reliable sources said no action be taken against the
yesterday. players because of extenuating'
I l s The university announced that circumstances. Both players:
one player was declared ineligi- volunteered the information to
ble for the violation, but said investigators and one has made
his name could not be revealed full restitution the university
.5 1 because the case was under ap- statement said.
peal to the NCAA. The university said one
hHowever, Thompson was player sold tickets at face
h, f th Hoeedhmso a
ue, both an NCAA and con-
The university said both
Thompson and David Winey, a
6-10 forward, were declared in-
eligible on Monday. Minnesota
appealed both rulings. Winey's
to the Big Ten and Thompson's
to the NCAA. Big Ten faculty
representatives then restored
the eligibility of Winey.
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Despite a game - high 201
points by Lydia Simms, Michi-I
gan's women's basketball team
lost the home opener to Wayne
State 64 to 51 at Crisler Arena
"We had our moments of
greatness," said Coach Carmel
Borders. "We moved the ball
smooth and really hustled. But
our turnovers and lack of re-
bonnding hurt us."
Michigan never once tookG
the lead and could not nar-
row the gao to less than 7
durina the second h-lf. They
trailed 30-26 Pt halftime.
Until Wayne's defense began
to contain Simms in the sec-
ond half the Wolverine's did a
nice job of hiistlina. "We never
knew how good Simm ' w;."
sgid Wkyne State's roach. eGor-
iq Snl'ik. "We would have nre-,
pared a different defense if we
I did Wpr t
aia. we cut er onth e secona
half. Michigan played good,
though," she said.
Soluk was not totally satisfied
with her team's performance.I
"If we could have made a lay
up or a free throw we would
have beat them by 30 points,"
Borders was pleased with the
defense but not with the offens.e.
"We needed to move more, on!
their fast break, she said.
"There were points where we
were stagnant, and that's un-
left behind Friday when the
team left for a Big Ten game
at Northwestern this after-
noon. He is reportedly in St.
Louis appealing the decision.
Thompson, a 6-10 sophomore,
was the Gophers leading scorer
and rebounder, averaging 25
points and 11 rebounds a game
in leading the team to a 9-3
The university, in its probe of
the school's basketball program
ordered by the NCAA, had an-
nounced earlier that it discov-
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