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SBy MAR THA CRALL years by a Michigan goalie, the last the first period at 14:51 when Ted Dennis May set up the score when he
- 38aR'Special to the Daily coming in 1975 by Robbie Moore. Speers won a face-off, moved the puck floated the puck to the slot from the
HOUGHTON- If there's one thing The team played well," said an in from the right circle and flipped it boards. Brad Tippett raced to it and lif-
e* more surprising than a Michigan win elated head coach John Giordano. past Tech goalie Rob PolmanTuin. ted a 25-footer which hit PolmanTuin's
4 i*aagainst Michigan Tech in Houghton, it's They played as good as they can play Michigan Tech almost scored a goal pads and trickled in. Both sides were
.-3two wins. wi Th point in time. of its own when Mark Palkovich blasted skating with one man short when the.
Thew olverine hockey team, behind Overall we were outstanding defen- a shot to Elliott's right which hit the goal came at 1:25.
' - m - - - - - -- n - another stellar goaltending performan- sively, he said. "This makes them post. The goal light went on for a split- Freshman Paul Kobylarz scored his
ce by freshman Jon Elliott, shut-out the second before the referees waved it off. first goal as a Wolverine at 7:38 to make
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Huskies 3-0 last night before 3,567 par-
tisans at the Student Ice Arena.
MICHIGAN scored more than enough
goals in the first two periods, as the
third went scoreless.
Elliott faced 25 Tech shots in the first
two stanzas, turning back every one. He
had 30 saves for the game.
The Spencerville, Ontario native
didn't allow a goal in the last four
periods en route to the first Michigan
sweep of Tech since 1956. He stopped 19
shots in the Wolverines' 3-2 victory over
the Huskies Friday night.
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'Overall, we were outstand-,
ing defensively. This makes
them (Michigan Tech)
believers.'
-Michigan hockey coach
John Giordano
(Michigan Tech) believers."
ALTHOUGH Michigan's play in the
defensive zone wasn't as sharp as it was
on Friday, the Wolverines managed to
squelch six Tech powerplays.
The victory lifts Michigan to 2-0 on
the season, while the highly-regarded
Huskies fell to 1-2-1.
The Tech offense came out more in-
spired that it had been on Friday night,
but the Wolverine defense and Elliott
simply buckled down and did what it
had to do.
MICHIGAN SCORED the only goal of

Michigan upped its lead to 3-0 in the
second period on the first goal scored
by someone other than Speers this
season.

it 3-0. Paul Brandrup fired a slapshot
from the slot just inside the blue line
which PolmanTuin came out of the net
to save. He warded off the shot, but
Kobylarz intercepted it just to the left of
the net and fired it into the empty cage.
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: M--Speers (unassisted), 14:51.
Penalties: M-Lundberg (tripping), 7:48;
MTU-Johnston (interference), 18:25;
MTU-O'Connor (roughing), 20:00; M-Brandrup
(roughing), 20: E.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: M-Tippett (May, Lundberg), 1:25;
M-Kobylarz (Richter, Brandrup), 7:38.
Penalties: M-Tippett (illegal check), 3:53;
M-Yoxhelmer (cros-cheeking), 8:04; M-Grade
(high-sticking), 13:120; MTU-Peterson (high.
sticking), 13:20; M-Elliott (slashing), 14:48;_
MTU-Maraste (tripping), 16:35; M-Kobylarz
(tripping), 16:57.
THIRD PERIEID
Scoring: None
Penalties: M-Mllburn (tripping), 1:25; M-Lun-
dberg (interference), 5:42; MTU-Murphy (illegal
check), 18:58.

Kobylarz
.. .scores first goal

SAVES
Elliott (M)...........12
PolmanTuin (MTU) ...11

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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Harriers sputter at CCC

By ANDREW OAKES
Special to the Daily
YPSILANTI-The way we''re run-
ning, we're not going to win the Big
Ten." It's a pretty poor performance
that would milk a statement such as
that from a usually optimistic head
coach Ron Warhurst, but that's exactly
the kind of performance the Wolverine
harriers had at the Central Collegiate
Championships yesterday, held at
Eastern Michigan.
"I thought we'd run a lot better than
we did - our third, fourth, and fifth
men just didn't run the way they should
have," said Warhurst, who looked
something less than totally fulfilled af-
ter the race.
THE MEET DID have some good
performances, including anew course
record by Alan Scharsu of Penn State
the first American finisher in last
year's NCAA championships. Scharsu
is a good bet to retain that distinction
this year, although such foreigners as

Solomon Nyambui of Texas El Paso
(and Kenya), will make it difficult for
him to achieve a more exclusive title
than that. Scharsu, who was the lone
front figure after the one-and-a-half-
iiile mark, ran the five-mile race vir-
tually unchallenged in a time of 24:17.
Michigan's number one man this
time around was surprising senior
Gerard Donakowski, taking seventh
place in 24:35. Sophomore Jim Sch-
midt ran well, taking 23rd place in
24:57.
The 28th, 44th, and 48th finishes of
Michigan's next three runners proved
lethal to the Wolverines, whose 150
point finishing total placed them sixth;,
behind Wisconsin, Penn State, Purdue,j
Cleveland State, and Eastern
Michigan.
A CONFUSED Warhurst relayedhis
impression as to what happened to his
team: "We got out, but they didn't
...they just didn't...I don't know what'
the problem was..."

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To know Warhurst is to understand
the despair a quote such as that relays.
When "Hurst" - usually an. articulate,
excited, fast-talking interviewee.-
can't put together a couple of sentences
about his runners, you can bet they
haven't performed up to their ability;p
Spikers win Big Ten
Special to the Daily
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.- The Michigan
volleyball team won the Big Ten Cham-
pionship meet last night by sweeping
Ohio State' in three straight games in
the finals. The Wolverines gotinto the
finals bracket by defeating number,
one-seeded Purdue, 15-13,15-11, 15-11, in
a close semi-final matchup earlier in
the evening.
"We really didn't expect this," said
spiker head coach Sandy Vong. "It is
our first Big Ten Championship, and it
might just be the first for any U of M
women's team."
THE WOLVERINES had five wins
and with only one loss overall for the
meet, losing only to Minnesota, 17-15
and 15-10, in a round robin match
Friday night.
"We are there technique-wise. We
just needed the confidence," said Vong.
Michigan went into the meet as an
underdog, for it was seeded no higher-d
than sixth. After Purdue, the seeding
went as follows: Northwestern second,
Minnesota third, Ohio State fourth, and
Illinois fifth, followed by Michigan.
Women harriers take fifth
Special to the Daily
The Wolverine women harriers
finished fifth, garnering 135 points at4
the Big Ten Women's Cross Country
Championships held yesterday at East
Lansing. Michigan State took first at
the event with 40 points followed, by
Wisconsin, 53, Purdue, .81, and Min-
nesota, 126.
The Wolverines' performance. was
highlighted byMelanie Weaver's 7th
place finish with a time of 17:59.7.
Weaver also won a spot on the honorary
All Big Ten women's cross country
team.
Michigan's fifth place finish was ;
augmented by the performances of Lisa
Larsen, who placed 18th with her time
of 18:22.8, Judy Yuhn, who took 19th
place in 18:23.8, and Sue Frederick,
who finished in 39th place in 19:01.6. .

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