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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, November 3, 1979-Pace 4
ICERS REMAIN UNBEATEN

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With only a minute to go in the
third period, Minnesota, down 4-2,
pulled its goalie in hopes of pulling
off a tie that would send last night's
hockey game into overtime.
The strategy, however, worked to
Michigan's advantage, as Murray
Eaves shot the puck into an empty
net, securing a 5-2 victory for the
Wolverines, and continuing the
icers' winning streak to five games.
Minnesota opened the scoring at
17:29 of the first period. With goalie
Paul Fricker distracted by action at
the left side of the net, right wing
Tim Harrer, taking a pass from cen-
ter Aaron Broten, slid the puck to
captain Don Micheletti, who eased it
into the net.
MICHIGAN'S OFFENSE was
listless throughout the first period,
but the defense was on its toes,
blocking nine shots for goalie Paul
Fricker.
"Minnesota moved the puck ex-
tremely well, and we couldn't get
any forechecking,"' said Michigan
coach Dan Farrell. "In the second
period we tried to get to the puck
quicker."
Michigan returned to the ice with
resolve, and managed to turn the
game around in the first half of the
period.
The Wolverines tied the game up
at 2:01 when John Olver passed up to
freshman Bruno Baseotto, who cen-

ops
tered and fired
ted by Mm
Jetland, but B
back into the n
BASEOTTO
teamed up for1
of the evening
came while Mi
was off for del
What turned
winning goal
fired a shot fro
awaiting Denn
in the net.
Harrer then
final tally oft
power play f
Knoke.
Unlike the fi
which had a
penalties alto
period was ma

Gophers, 5-2
i. The shot was deflec- total of ten. Michigan's power play
nesota goalie Jim squad continued to be weak, scoring
3aseotto shot it right one goal in four opportunities. By the
et. same token, the penalty killing line
AND Dan Lerg was able to hold Minnesota to only
the icers' second goal one, even with two men off the ice.
g, a power play that MICHIGAN'S FOURTH score of
nnesota's Mike Knoke the game came from Dennis May
ay of game. who stole the puck out of his own
out to be Michigan's end, and headed down the ice,
came as John Blum trailed by the Gophers.
om the blue line to an Fricker put in another consistent
is May, who poked it night in the nets, making catches an
outfielder would have been proud of,
scored the Gophers' and stopping a total of 36 shots.
the evening during a "I'm surprised we turned it
rom Micheletti and around," the rookie said. "This
team has proved it knows how to
rst and third periods, win."
total of only three Michigan meets Minnesota again
ogether, the second tonight at 7:30 in its last game before
arred by penalties: a going on the road for two weeks.

Gophers holed

Badgers claw Mihiga
By BILLY NEFF starting a walk-on," said McClain,
Two years ago, Wisconsin ventured which he has done for most of the year.
into Michigan Stadium with a 5-0 mark. But a little bit of happiness finally
Last year, the Badgers were 4-0-1 when came McClain's way this week. He
they faced Big Ten leading Michigan. found out that the year's original star-
In each game, the Badgers had high ting quarterback Mike Kalasmiki will
hopes of finally breaking up the Big be able to start today. "The last two
Two of Ohio State and Michigan. teams have scored more than 21 points
Both times, these high hopes were against Michigan and they have thrown
dashed and not exactly in the friendliest the ball a lot," McClain said.
of manners two years ago it was 56-0 "We know we have to throw the ball.
Michigan and last year it was a wee bit , They know it, too," added McClain,
closer at 42-0, in favor of the figuring that this is the way to upset Big
Wolverines. Ten leading Michigan.
Kalasmiki, a 6-4, 210 lb. senior, was
This year, there is a noticeable dif- the Badgers Most Valuable Player last
ference in attitude for the Badgers. season while garnering 1500 yards in
Toting a disappointing 2-6 slate into Ann total offense. He was third in total of-
Arbor, Wisconsin hopes for an upset fense last year and fifth in passing in
that would make their season. the Big Ten. You can see that the
Dave McClain left little doubt about Badgers will welcome him back.
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"It would maybe be the biggest win in Wiscon-
sin history."
-Dave McClain
Badger head football coach,
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n Stadium
se will welcome back Stu Harris at
wolfman, but defensive end Ben
Needham will again be watching most
of the action from the sidelines. His
replacement will be sophomore Bob
Thompson. Needham was apparently
involved in an incident in a bar last
week and was subsequently suspended.
An upset would make the Badger
season. And we all know these things
are possible after the Indiana Hoosiers
almost pulled off the amazing last
weekend.
If nothing else, you'll see plenty of
aerials. And at least if the Badgers are
vanquished, they will expect it-more
so than in previous years. -

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1) MN-Micheletti (Harrer, Broten)
17:29.
Penalties: MN-Hartzel (tripping) 6:10; M-
May (charging) 13:21.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2). M-Baseotto (Olver, May) 2:01;
3). M-Baseotto (Lerg, Todd) 8:11; 4). M-
May (Blum, Baseotto) 9:41; 5). MN-Harrer
(Micheletti, Knoke) 14:24.
Penalties: MN-Micheletti (interference)
2:58; MN-Knoke (delay) 6:33; M-Reid (rough-
ing) 10:28; M-Lundberg (roughing) 10:28; MN
-Knoke (roughing) 10:29; MN-Terwittge

(roughing) 10:28; M-Blum (tripping) 13:15;
M-Blum (roughing) 16:34; MN-Terwittge
(roughing) 16:34; M-Lundberg (hooking)
17:02.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 6). M-May (unassisted) 12:28;
7). M-Eaves (May, Richmond) 19:54.
Penalties: M-VanBiesbruck (holding)
14:21.
SAVES

Fricher (M) ............... 9
Jetland (MN) ............. 9

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SCORES
NBA
New Jersey 115. Indiana 93
Atlanta 85. Philadelphia 81
New York 112. kansas City 111
NHL
Hartford 5, Toronto 3
Quebec 4. Atlanta 4

*'Free Refreshments
S.Ski Movies
5 Hot Dogs
" Ski Representatives
* Cabaret of Fashion
N& Exhibitio Skiing
" Balloon Slide Show
" Balloon Tether Rides
Weather Pemitng
November 9 1Ot 11
Friday, 10am to 10pm
Saturday,10am to 9pm
Sunday, 12pm to 6pm

THE LINEUPS

MICHIGAN

WISCONSIN

OFFENSE

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the game's importance. "I don't think,,
we need to answer that .pe. It would
maybe be the biggest win in Wisconsin ,
history," asserted McClain.
The reason for the change in attitude-
McClain, an assistant to Michigan
coach Bo Schembechler, had seemingly;
turned the Badgers around last year.
He took the Badgers to their first win-
nitig season in four years, even rallying
to tie Purdue late last season. McClain
had made Badger-mania a reality.
But last spring, it all came tumbling
down. Jay Seiler, a freshman defensive
back, died in a spring football practice.
If that wasn't enough to put a pall over
the Badger resurgence, starting wide
receiver Wayne Souza drowned in
Massachusetts during the summer.
And if McClain didn't have enough to
deal with, his top two quarterbacks
were felled by injuries early in the
season. "It's tough to win in the Big Ten

Qn the other side of the coin, John,
Wangle'r wil be 'making his second
start for 1 ichigan, as, tarter,
Dickey has a slight shoulder separation
Don't be surprised if Wangler is in there
longer than one game since a shoulder
separation takes a long time to heal.
If Wangler is playing, that usually
means more pigskins flying through the
air. McClain agrees. "I think they will
throw more than normal. We're not a
great pass defensive team," McClain
said.
When Wangler is not throwing, he will
once again be handing the ball to
sophomore Butch Woolfolk, as starter
Stanley Edwards is doubtful. The
native of New Jersey has totaled nine
touchdowns in addition to 586 yards in
predominantly a backup role.
The offense has been picking up the
slack in recent games as the defense
has been faltering. However, the defen-,

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(72)
(65)
(59)
(641)
(75)
(30)
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(24)
(99)
(53)
(95)
(55)
(77)
(40)
(41),
(43)
(16)
(29)
( 4)

Doug Marsh......(235)
Ed Muransky..... (270)
Kurt Becker...... (240)
George Lilja... ... (245)
John Arbeznik.... (240)
Bubba Paris...... (270)
Alan Mitchell....t184)}
Ralph Clayton.... (220)
John Wangler....(192)
Lawrence Reid... (223)
Butch Woolfolk... (202)

TE
ST
RG
C
LG
QT
WR
WB
QB
FB
TB

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Ray Sydnor....... (237)
Jerry Doehger.... (241)
Jim Martine......(223)
Joe Rothbauer.... (235)
Bob Winckler.....(280)
Ray Snell......(256)
Tom, Stauss....... (195)
Tim Stracks...... (195)
Mike Kalasmiki... (215)
Dave Mohapp..... (222)
Chucky Davis..... (201)

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DEFENSE

Bob Thomson..... (215)
Mel Owens........ (230)
Curtis Greer...... (250)
Dale Keitz........ (233)
Mike Trgovac..... (227)
Ron Simpkins..... (225)
Andy Cannavino.. (221)
Stu Harris......(192)'
Mike Jolly......(186)
Gerald Diggs.....(187)
Michael Harden.. (189)

OLB (32)
OLB (41)
T (77)
T (76)
MG (50)
ILB (49)
ILB (48)
WOLF (27)
WHB (29)
SHB (30)
S (31)

Kyle Borland..... (212)
Dave Ahrens...... (230)
Tom Booker...... (236)
Tom Schremp.... (255)
Tim Krumrie.....(226)
Larry Spurlin..... (222)
Dennis Christenson (227)
Vaughn Thomas.. (181)
Ross Anderon..... (177)
Mickey Casey.....(180)
David Greenwood. (196)

SPORT OF THE DAILY:
Writers name Kemp 'Tiger of the Year'

Don t miss tomorrow s
'Sunday Magazine
WHAT'S BEHIND THAT
POPULAR TABLOID?:
The National Enquirer, whose flashy photos and
screaming headlines have found a home in grocery
store racks throughout America, doesn't always
follow typical news gathering procedures to fill its
pages. Find out the truth about the Florida-based
Enquirer.
HIKING THROUGH THE
INTERNSHIP JUNGLE:
Even though summer is seven months away, Uni-
versity students are busy typing up those resumes
and competing for a myriad of internship positions.
Read about why so many apply for internships and
what they mean to students and employers.
FILM:
Blood-loving Dracula is on the screens again in
"Nosferatu." But a Daily reviewer says it pales
compared to the original.

DETROIT (AP)-Detroit outfielder
Steve Kemp has been named 1979 Tiger
of the Year by the Detroit members of
the Baseball Writers Association of
America.
The 25-year-old Tiger left fielder set
career highs in four categories in 1979.
He finished eighth in the American
League with a .318 batting average,
belted 26 home runs, knocked in 105
runs and scored 88 runs.
The writers voted to honor Tiger
utility player John Wockenfuss with a
special award. Wockenfuss played
several positions and enjoyed a produc-
tive year at the - plate, becoming a
favorite with both writers and fans.
KEMP RECEIVED 31 votes to easily
outdistance runner-up relief pitcher
Aurelio Lopez, who had nine votes, and
center fielder Ron LeFlore-the winner
the past two years-who received two
votes.
Kemp will tour Japan with a team of
22 American League stars which will
play seven games against a team of
National League stars. The team also
will play two games against the
Japanese all-star teams, before retur-
ning Nov. 21.
Kemp will receive his award at the
annual Detroit baseball writers dinner
in mirl.Jannarv

league for a new career as a pro boxer,
faces his first bout with emotions
similar to those of a player going into
the Super Bowl.
"I'm very confident. And I'm ready,"
Too Tall said at the official weigh-in
yesterday.
"I'M EXCITED. In a way, it's like a
Super Bowl. That's a big game. This is
my first fight. And that makes it a big
fight. I know I'll be nervous, hyper, just
before the fight. But once the first pun-
ch is thrown, once I throw that first
punch, the nervousness will be gone. I'll
be cool."
Jones, at 6-foot-9, one of the tallest
men ever to try boxing, faces
mysterious Mexican Jesus "Yacqui"
Meneses in a six-round bout at the Pan
American Center on the New Mexico
State University campus this after-
noon.
Jones, 28, weighed in at 2551/2, some

15 pounds lighter than when he won All-
Pro honors and played in three Super
Bowls with the Cowboys. He's such a
lop-sided favorite that Las Vegas' legal
bookies don't even have the fight listed.
MENESES, 20, weighed 204. He's 6-
foot-2, and the promoter shows him
with a 10-4 record, including 10
knockouts. Meneses, however, is not
listed in the Ring Record Book. He
speaks no English. Though an inter-
preter, he said he'd fought several "big
men" before, but was vague as to
names and dates.
''I've seen him on film," Too Tall
said. "He's a very aggressive fighter. I
expect him to bring the fight to me."
Braves to keep Niekro
ATLANTA (AP)-Knuckleballer
Phil Niekro, a 20-game winner on a last-
place club, ended speculation that he
might be traded when it was announced

yesterday that he had signed a three-
year contract with the Atlanta Braves.
"I was born a Brave, I was raised as
one and I'll probably die asaone," the 40-
year-old veteran hurler said. "I can't
see myself putting another hat on."
Terms of the contract were not
discussed, but it was believed Niekro
received a substantial increase over the
$200,000 salary contained in his old con-
tract, which had one more year to run.

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