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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, January 27, 1980-Page 9

SPLITS TWVO GAME SET

I

Big Ten Standings

Minnesota defeats

Wolverines, 6-2

By JON WELLS
special to The Daily
MINNESOTA - With twenty minutes
last night the Michigan hockey team
was steamrolled and it was enough for
the Minnesota Gophers to salvage a
split of the weekend series before a
crowd of 5,723 at Williams Arena.
Three unanswered Gopher goals in
the third period knocked the
Wolverines' WCHA second place recor4i
to 10-5-1 and it improved their own
league mark to 12-10-0.

Minnesota added to a one goal, three-
to-two margin at 9:52 in the third period
when Gopher rightwinger John
Meredith barely orced a loose puck
past the outstretched glove of Paul
Fricker, making the score 4-2.
Michigan confessed to the goal but
referee Dewey Marcus ruled the puck
had crossed the crease.
The WCHA's leading individual
scorer, Gopher Tim Harrer padded
MGinnesota's lead at 10:4$ when he
drove a blistering slapshot that burned

Fricker on his glove side: Kevin Har-
tzell added the sixth Gopher goal from
ten feet at 17:34.
If anyone is not welcome back to the
twin cities, it's Michigan's freshman
goaltender. Fricker frustrated the
Gophers on Friday night, stopping a
total of 43 shots, and although he
allowed six goals last night, he
managed to quell 46 Minnesota shots
and kept the Wolverines in the game
until the final frame. Fricker's two
game save total was a whopping 89.

SPORTS

Ohio State
Purdue
Indiana
Minnesota
Iowa
Illinois
Wisconsin.
MICHIGAN
Michigan State
Northwestern

Conference
W L W
6 2 13
5 3 12
5 3 12
5 3 12
4 4 13
4 4 14
3 5 11
3 5 10
3 5 9
2 67

All
L
3
5
5
5
4
6
8
7
8
10

HOOSIERS END BLUE STREAK
Women swimmers sunk ,

71-60

Gopher left wing Steve Ulsegh, a
walk-on and Minnesota's leading
scorer, jammed in an unassisted goal
only 52 seconds into the first period.
Ulsegh stole the puck behind the'
Michigan net and tucked the puck
behind Fricker to give the Gopherk a 1-0
lead.
Michigan tied it up at 3:26 on a power
play goal by center Murray Eaves.
Bruno Baseotto hit Eaves moving
through- the slot, and the nation's
leading scorer beat Gopher goalie Paul
Butters to the far side.
Butters helped the Wolverines take a
2-1 lead at 12:35 when he let a Paul
Brandrup missed wrist shot from the
point go over his left shoulder. Min-
nesota tied it up again when Mike
Knoke made a sweet rink length rush
and deked Fricker.
The teams played to a scoreless
deadlock in the second period until
19:54 when Gopher defensemen Bob
Burgloff run a slopshot off the post and
center Harrer slid the rebound into an
open net. It was a power play goal and
sent the Wolverines into the dressing
room down three to two.

Earlier Fricker used the post suc-
cessfully when Minnesota's Brian Eric-
son hit the pipe to the goaltender's right
and the rebound was cleared by Brian
Lundberg.
The WCHA Executive Committee
ruled yesterday that the pre-game bout
between Michigan's Dave Richter and
Gopher Don Micheleti warranted a two-
game suspension and thus both players
sat out again last night. The fight had
started during the warmup before
Friday night's game when Micheleti
went into Michigan's end to retrieve an
errant puck. What began as a joust soon
erupted into a heavyweight slugfest.
In the Eaves-Harrer battle for the
WCHA scoring lead, the series this
weekend did not change a thing. Harrer
remained one point ahead (43 points)
with two goals while Eaves tallied a
goal and an assist (42 points).
With the split at Minnesota this
weekend the Wolverines start their
four-game road trip at 1-1. They travel
to Denver next weekend for a two-game
series against the Pioneers and then
return home to play Michigan Tech in
the friendly confines of Yost Arena.

I

By MIKE WERNER
The Michigan women's swimming team had not lost a
dual meet in the Big Ten since 1975. But yesterday that
incredible streak ended when the Hoosiers of Indiana
knocked off the Wolverines at Matt Mann Pool, 71-60.
Despite the disappointing loss, Coach Stu Isaac said he
was "really proud" of his swimmers.
ISAAC EXPLAINED, "We felt that in order to win
today, we would have to win a relay event." However,
Indiana won both the 400-yard and 800-yard relays. The
former was the first event of the day and was won by
only two one-hundredths of second.
Indiana set the tone for the meet by opening up a sub-
stantial early lead, winning the first four events. The
Hoosiers were led by All-American and Olympian Jen-
nifer Hooker, who won the 200-yard freestyle with a time
of 1:54.50.
There were also some bright spots for the Wolverines
yesterday. Their two All-American divers, Barb Wein-
stein and Julie Bachman came up with typically

brilliant performances, winning the three-miter and
one-meter diving events, respectively.
ANOTHER BLUE standout was Kathy Kooser, who
won the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:24.42,
breaking a pool record and qualifying her for the
national meet to be held in Las Vegas on March 19.
Earlier in the day, Kooser won the 100-yard breast-
stroke.
Obviously, the loss was disappointing for Coach Isaac
and his squad. However, Isaac wasn't totally dejected.
"The loss isn't as disappointing because we came back
so well after losing the first four events."
Isaac also believes that the defeat will be helpful to the
Wolverines later in the season when they compete in the
Big Ten Championship meet. "Sometimes, when you
lose a tough meet, you get a certain confidence that you
can win the next time," he said.
"That will help us when we swim in the conference
championship meet. "That's what we're shooting for
anyway."

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Scoring-M,-U.lseth 0:54;2. M-Eaves tJiaseotto.
Manning) 3:2;3. M-Brandiup (Eaves) 12:35;4.
Min-Knoke (Bergloff) 15:48.
Penalties-M-Tippett (highsticking) 0:45;
Min-Hartwell (highsticking) 0:45; Min-Hayek
(roughing) 2:38; M-May (cross-checking) 4:02;
M-Blum (tripping) 13:49; Mn-Meadows
(hooking) 17:33; Min-Meadows (inference) 19:33.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring-5. Min-Harrer (Broten, Bergioff) 19:54.

Penalties-Min-Hayek (stashing) 10:26; M-May
(slashing) 10:26i;M-Hampsonl hooking)18:51.
THIRD PERIOD
scoring - Meredith (Hayek, Hartzell) 9:52;
Min-Harrer (Terwilliger, Hartzell) 10:43; 8.
Min.-Hartzell (Terwilliger, Meredith)17:34.
Penalties - M--Lerg (hooking) :35; Mars (inter-
ference) 5:46; Blumt (hooking) 6:21.
Saves- Fricker: 46; Butters: 26.

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Don't touch my ball! AP Photo
Purdue's 7-1 center Joe Barry Carroll battles for a rebound with Indiana's center Ray Tolbert (left), and Landon Turn-
er underneath the Boilermaker basket in first half action at Assembly Hall in Bloomington yesterday. Indiana (ranked
16th in the nation) defeated Purdue, 69-58. Both teams are now 5-3 in conference play.
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By ERIC LUTTINEN
Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - A, strong
lichigan State women's track team
captured the second annual MSU
Relays here yesterday. Runner-up
Purdue scored 77 points, while third-
place Michigan collected 63. Eastern
Michigan finished a distant fourth,
scoring 29% points.
In the process of winning the meet,
the Spartans qualified three relay
teams and one individual for the AIAW
National Indoor Championships on
Iarch 7-8.
Michigan State wasn't the only team
to qualify people for the nationals, as
Diane Bussa of Purdue qualified for the
championships by winning the two- and
three-mile runs. Melanie Weaver of
Michigan ran a fine race in the three-
mile to qualify for the nationals with a
time of 16:28.
Eastern Michigan's Ann Meachum
also qualified for the championships
with a jump of 18'11/4" in the long
uIt was a day of seconds and thirds for
the Michigan squad, as they garnered
only one first-place finish, in the sprint
medley relay. Lorri Thornton finished
second in the long jump (18'8%"), while
Joanna Bullard placed second jn the
high jump (5'8"). Another Michigan
trackster who fared well was Lynn
Fudula, who placed sixth in the two-

mile.
Michigan's highly-regarded 880-relay
team had to settle for a third-place
finish, which coach Red Simmons said
may have cost them second place in the
meet. Cathy Sharpe stumbled while at-
tempting to hand off as a result of
jockeying for position by the other run-
ners. "We might have finished second if
not for the 880 relay. Otherwise, I

thought we performed exceptionally
well."
"Our girls are getting stronger every
meet, and that's all I'm looking for,
constant improvement," remarked
Simmons.
With tough competition in the Big
Ten, the Wolverines must look for that
continuing improvement if they are to
be in contention for the conference title.

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