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Page 10-Sunday, January 13, 1980--The Michigan Daily
OVER TIME STANDSTILL
Tigers,Wolverines end in deadlock

By ELISA FRYE
The Colorado College Tigers played
as ferociously as their namesake in last
night's hockey game against Michigan,
and managed to pull off a tie in over-
time, 4-4.
The Wolverines held the lead going
into the third period, 4-2, and seemed
sure to hang onto the advantage, or
even add onto it astthere were three
power play opportunities during the
period. But the Tigers put on the
pressure, scoring one goal at 13:38 to
make the score 4-3.
Then, in the last minute of the period,
Colorado pulled its goalie and Dale
Maksymk tied up the game to send it in-
to overtime.
The overtime stanza was both
penalty-less and scoreless, thus giving
Michigan a tie, extending their un-
beaten streak in Yost to 13 games.
The ,tie also means that Michigan
retains the second place position in the

WCHA that it stole from the Tigers in
Friday night's game.
Although the Wolverines' power play
did not click, (one power play goal in
eight chances), two of their goals did
come within seconds of the end of
Colorado penalties.
The first goal of the night came as
Michigan's man advantage on the ice
ended. Colorado's Steve Brown was off
for slashing, and both the Tigers and
the Wolverines had men in for slashing.
Four seconds after Brown skated out of
the penalty box, Gordie Hampson con-
nected on a pass from Dan Lerg.
The Tigers answered back with their
first goal at 13:01. The goal, which was
knocked in while Wolverine goalie Paul
Fricker was flailing ,around trying to
make the save, was contested because
Michigan claimed there was a man in
the crease.
After Brad Tippett scored a break-
away goal, Michigan's second,
Colorado capitalized on a Murray

Eaves penalty to tie, the score up.
Roger Bourne capped off the period
with a power play goal while Dave
Feamster was off for cross-checking.
Michigan scored its final goal of the
game in the second period. It came just
as Feamster's third penalty ended, at

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12:27, with action bunched around the
Colorado net.
The third period was all Colorado.
Michigan was unable to control the
puck in the Colorado zone, until the
Tigers were finally able to tie up the
game on Mancini's anq Maksymk's
goals.
Michigan's next home games will be
Jan. 18-19 against fifth place Wisconsin.
The face-off is at 7:30 in Yost Arena.

An Ice Tie

minor) 13:17; M-Eaves (tripping) 14:19.
Third Period
Scoring-7. CC-Mancini (G. Iampson, S. Hamp-
son) 13:38; 8. CC-Maksymyk (Whyte, Van) 19:55.
Penalties-CC-Brown (interference) 2:46;
CC-Maksymyk (interference) 16:07; CC-Frame
(tripping) 17:42.
Overtime
Scoring-none.
Penalties-none.
SAVES

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By Billy Neff
Musings from Florida and
other assorted anecdotes...
In the post-game press conference following the Gator Bowl, Detroit
sportscaster Al Ackerman became the latest to draw the ire of Michigan
coach Bo Schembechler. Ackerman pranced into the interview room and
persisted to ask why certain North Carolina assistant coaches were
denigrating Bo, who had coached several of these players at Miami.
Bo asked about the relevance of these questions and tried to shoo
Ackerman away with his arm. If I were Bo, I would have probably shoved
him harder. What fame does do to you, huh, Al . .
Butch Woolfolk was visibly upset following the upset by North Carolina
about the rough play by the Tar Heels. Woolfolk, apparently, was concerned
that the North Carolina players were taking pot shots at certain parts of his
anatomy...
Kicker Bryan Virgil became sort of a hero or anti-hero before the game
as writers from all over the country opted to write stories on him. What
would have happened if Virgil was only mediocre? Now he can do a Lite Beer
commercial. Instead of opening the can, a la Bubba Smith and Buck
Buchanan, he could kick the can ...
Michigan athletic director Don Canham was the source of some con-
troversies in Florida when the Fiesta Bowl officials alleged that Canham
had originally promised to go to their bow. Canham claims to have tapes of
his conversations with these officials. Rumor has it that his secretary is
named Rosemary ...
And speaking of rumors, don't bet against some freshmen coming in and
starting at quarterback next year for Bo. Best bet here is a highly sought af-
ter quarterback from Grand Blanc, Michigan, Steve Smith. Sources say
Smith, who is choosing between four schools, wants to go where he can start
his freshman year.
Smith, who reminds many of Art Schlichter, however, won't have much
of a chance if John Wangler recovers from his knee injury. Doctors have
said, though, that Wangler's recovery may be a longshot. Anyway, we all
know how Bo likes those tough quarterbacks from the Flint area ...
About Michigan quarterbacks, all who attribute the Gator Bowl loss to
the injury of Wangler, keep in mind that B. J. Dickey probably would have
started that game if he had been healthy all year: Remember, Wangler was
not the starting quarterback during the season and didn't look to be until
Dickey's injury ...
An ironic injury occurred to team physician, Dr. Gerald O'Connor, who
ws hurt while helping injured tackle Dale Keitz off the field late in the
game. Fun to be helpful, isn't it, Doc? .:.
If that wasn't enough football, I was off to the Orange Bowl, pitting
Oklahoma against Florida State. After purchasing a scalped ticket for five
dollars and sitting on the 30-yard line, I realized that you can buy a scalped
ticket anytime, anywhere, very cheaply. About the game, Billy Sims remin-
ds me of Tony Dorsett - both fumble too much. The best player on the team
may just be Oklahoma quarterback J. C. Watts. J.C. stands for Julius
Caesar and Mark Antony would not come near to stopping J.C. now .. .
Back to Jacksonville a minute, I saw the final of the Gator Bowl basket-
ball classic, matching unbeaten Jacksonville; at that time, against hapless
Florida. A week later, Florida coach John Lotz was fired and I understand
why - the man knew little about basketball.
On the other bench, Jacksonville coach Tates Locke made sure to make
the game interesting for the home folks. Locke had talented 6-9 center James
Ray playing on the wing against a 2-1-2 zone. Ray could not hit outside but
once inside, tore Florida apart and won the game for his team. When Locke
was asked why he positioned Ray there, he responded, "where's your
recognition (of his win) man?" No Tates, where is your recognition? . .
Also in the coaching limelight is Tennessee mentor dThn DeVoe. He had
suspended his star player Reggie Johnson for sneaking out of a motel room.
DeVoe reinstated him in time to play against Florida. "Tthink they've been
penalized enough. I don't want to do anything that's going to hinder our
chances of winning another important basketball game," DeVoe said. Good
values, Don ...
Back to Michigan basketball, where Coach Johnny Orr is probably doing
his best job ever, the Wolverines are hot in pursuit of 6-10 Clarkston center
Tim McCormack. The only thing separating Orr and his cagers from another
day in the sun is that prized recruit, something the Michigan coaches have a
knack for losing.
In this case, McCormack has apparently narrowed his choice to North
Carolina and Michigan. If he is smart, he'll choose Ann Arbor because of in-
creased exposure and playing time but bet on North Carolina - although a
nice, nice man, Johnny has that knack.
Enough musing, it's time for sleep. When will Michigan stop falling just
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freestyle.
However, the, greatest difference
between the Spartans and the
Wolverines was in the diving events.
Michigan took first, second and third
places in this event with Ann McDivitt
leading the way. The Wolverine divers'
performance yesterday drew raves
from Coach Isaac. "There's no better
group of divers in the country," he said,
"at any school."
Despite the fact that Michigan
dominated the diving events and got a
fine effort from their entire squad, the
final score was still close, (76-64). Ac-
cording to. Isaac, the close score was
deceiving. He called it a "controlled
close meet."
Isaac explained, "We waited our
swimmers to compete in their three
strongest events this weekend." He was
speaking not only of yesterday's meet,
but also the meet Friday night against
Eastern Michigan, also won by the
Wolverines. "After that," he continued,
"we wanted to give some of our swim-
mers experience in different events,
while resting others."
Using this method, the Wolverines
were in command most of the after-
noon. However, Isaac is quick to point
out that he will not use this tactic in the
tougher meets later in the season,
against Indiana and during the Big Ten
Championships.

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