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The Michigan Daily

Sunday, November 1, 1981

Page 7

''tice rs complete sweep



The question last night at Yost Arena
was exactly what kind of sporting event
took place.
The hockey game between Toronto
and Michigan at times resembled a
football game, a boxing match apd a
fencing exhibition.
BUT THE ICERS did get some
hockey in at times during the 60
minutes and the Wolverines hacked
their way to a 5-3 victory before2,001
Michigan head coach John Giordano
was understandably upset after the
game. The mentor, who is a stickler for
disciplined hockey could only repeat,
"we stunk, westunk." '
"It was one of the worst hockey
games I've ever seen," he said. "What
was the best part of the game?" "It's

Blue still undefeated,
drops Toronto, 5-3

ver," Giordano replied.
BOTH TEAMS came out with their
sticks high and the game finally ended
38 penalties later. The tone was set 44
seconds into the contest with a Toronto
elbowing penalty.
It seemed the first period would end
up scoreless, but after 13 penalties and
several power play opportunities for
each team, Michigan's Ted Speers
scored his seventh goal of the season,
unassisted at 19:17.
The Wolverines started a scoring on-
slaught in. the second period with two

shorthanded goals to start them off.
AT 8:25 BRAD Tippett scored on an
assist from Dave Richter to make it 2-0
and at 10:08 Dennis May scored his first
of two goals in the game. May's goal
came on a breakaway after he flew
past all defenders at the red line, deked
Blues goalie Dave Jamieson to the left
and shot the puck over the fallen
. goaltender's sprawling body into the
left corner of the net.
Michigan's fourth goal came during a
four-on-four situation when freshman
Paul Kobylarz took a shot at Jamieson
and the goalie made the save. Kobylarz
fired the rebound to defenseman Dave
Richter at the point. Richter whistled a
slapshot through everybody to make it
4-O at 13:23.
Giordano pulled starting goalie Peter
Mason at 8:48 of the second period and
replaced him with freshman Mark
Chiamp. Mason had saved 14 BJlies
shots before his exit.
TORONTO SCORED its first goal on
Chiamp at 17:05 when Joe Lococo took a
centering pass from Mike Todd. Lococo
broke in through the slot on Chiamp and
put the puck right through the goalie's
legs to make it 4-1.

The Blues made things close in the
third period, scoring consecutive goals.
to make it 4-3 before the Wolverines
came back with an insurance tally.
Toronto's first goal of the final stanza
came on a break-away by center Stelio
Zupancich at 3:32. The second goal was
a clear shot by Andre Midi. He took a
pass from Mark Eutenier and teed up
from the left circle. Midi banged the
puck right over Chiamp's inside
shoulder at 7:25.
That's when the Wolverines decided
they needed a cushion and they got it,
compliments of Dennis May. On passes
by Jeff Grade and Brian Lundberg,
May wristed the puck from the left side
and by goalie Jamieson. May was
greeted by a slash from Richard Gar-
neau, which was merely indicative of
the tempo of the entire game.,
In addition to 12 slashing and 12
roughing penalties, there was one ben-
ch-clearing melee at the close of the fir-
st period.
The win, however, concluded the two-
game sweep of Toronto and upped
Michigan's season mark to a perfect 4-
0. The Blues fell to 3-3 on the season.
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Rough and Roll

Scoring: 1. M-Speers (unassisted).
Penalties: TOR-Medhurst' (elbowing) 0:44;
TOR-McArthey (slashing) 6:03; TOR-Medhurst
(slashing) 8:16; Medhurst (dropping gloves) 8:16;
M-D. May (slashing) 8:16; TOR-Melloff
(crosschecking) 8:31; TOR-Mellofff (roughing)
8:31; M-Krussman (slashing) 8:31; M-Krussman
(roughing) 8:31; TOR-HidI (slashing) 10:01;
M-Krussman (roughing) 13:30; M-Richmond
(roughing) 15:43; TOR-Lowe (roughing) 15:43.
Saves: M-Mason 9; TOR-Jamieson 12.
Scoring: M-Tippitt (Richter) 8:25; M-D. May
(unassisted) 10:08; M-Richter (Kobylarz) 13:23;
TOR-Lococo (Todd) 17:05.
Penalties: M-Speers (roughing) 3:08;
TOR-Smith (hooking) 4:24; TOR-Bench penalty
4:14; TOR-Todd (roughing) 5:55; M-Lundberg

(hooking) 6:43; M-Reid (charging) 9:08; M-Perry
(roughing) 11:46; TOR-Meloff (roughing) 11:46;
TOR-Medhurst (roughing)14:09; TOR-Meloff
(holding) 17:14; M-Speers (roughing) 18:42;
TOR-Medhurst (roughing) 18:42.
Saves: TOR-Jamieson 17; M-Mason 5, Chiamp
Scoring: TOR-Zupanich- (Medhurst) 3:32;
TOR-Hidi (Eutenter) 7:25; M-D. May (Grade,
Lundberg) 16:57.
Penalties: M-Brandrup (slashing) 3:08;
M-Yoxheimer (slashing) 4:40; TOR-Smith
(slashing) 4:40; M-Richter (slashing) 5:20; M-M-
cintyre (roughing) 9:06; TOR-Meloff (roughing)
9:06; TOR-Deane (highsticking) 16:17; TOR-Lowe
(slashing) 16:38; TOR-Garneau (slashing) 16:57;
TOR-Hidi (misconduct) 16:57; M-Neff (hooking)
17:50; TOR-Peino (5 min highsticking) 20:00.
Saves: TOR-Jamieson 7 (36); M-Chiamp 5, M
total (21).

Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM'
DENNIS MAY (18) fires a shot on goal during last night's 5-3 Wolverine win
over Toronto at Yost Arena. May, who tallied two goals, paced the Icers in
the penalty-filled contest.-

Hurricanes blow away No.1 Penn St., 17-14

MIAMI (AP) - Quarterback Jim
Kelly connected with Larry Brodsky on
an 80-yard touchdown pass play and
Danny Miller booted three field goals
yesterday as Miami of Florida toppled
top-ranked Penn State 17-14 in a
nationally televised college football
The 5-2 Hurricanes, unranked after
narrow road losses to Texas and
Mississippi State, dominated the 6-1
Nittany Lions until faltering in the four-
th quarter, when Penn State rallied
from a 17-0 deficit.
THE LIONS CUT the Miami lead to
17-14 with 6:53 remaining on a pair of
Todd Blackledge touchdown passes, but
twice suffered costly turnovers - a fum-
ble at the Miami 25, and an interception
thrown from their own 44 and picked off
at the Miami 10 - in the final three
Stickers 2nd
in state
special to the Daily
The scoring prowess of
freshman Lisa Schofield paced
Michigan to a pair of victories yester-
day in 'the State of Michigan field
hockey tournament at Central
Michigan University.
Schofield notched Michigan's only
goal in a 1-0 victory over CMU yester-
day morning and the freshman link
tallied 3 goals in the Wolverine defeat of
Northern Michigan, 4-2. The two vic-
tories yesterday placed Michigan in
second place in the tourney after an
opening loss to CMU, 1-0, on Friday.
The Wolverines, 11-7-1 overall, are
hoping for ,an at-large 'bid to the
MAIAW Regional on November 6,7 at
CMU. The bids will be announced

The upset marked the fifth time in
eight weeks that the nation's No. 1 team
has fallen. Penn State took over the top
ranking two weeks ago after Texas was
walloped by Arkansas.
Despite 40 straight winning seasons,
it was only the second time the Nittany
Lions had held the top spot.
Pitt 29 Boston College 24
NEWTON, (AP)- Pitt, the nation's
second-ranked football power, built a'
commanding lead on the passing of Dan
Marino and withstood a fourth-period
challenge by Boston College for a 29-24
victory yesterday.
' Marino passed for his 20th an 21st
touchdowns of the season and scored
once on a sneak in leading the Panthers
to a 29-10 lead midway through the third
- HOWEVER, the Boston College
Eagles, 2-5, playing a nationally ranked
team for the third time this year,
rallied for ;two fourth-quarter TDs on
the passing of, freshman quarterback,
Doug Flutie in a fourth-quarter duel of,
turnovers. The Pitt defense managed'
to hold'on to preserve the undefeated
Panthers' seventh victory of the year.
Boston College, hurt by a safety on a
poor center snap in the third period,
had several opportunities to pull off an
upset, moving to the Pitt 30 yard line
and the 9 in the closing minutes.
However the Pitt defense stiffened to
hold for downs at their 30 and then
checked Boston College at the 9 as
Michael Woods recovered a Boston
College fumble at his 15.
Alabama 13, Miss. St. 10
TUSCALOOSA, (AP) - Freshman
Terry Sanders, a backup kicker, drilled
a 29-yard field goal early in the final

quarter to give eighth-ranked Alabama
a 13-10 Southeastern Conference victory
over No.7 Mississippi State yesterday.
The victory was preserved when
Tommy Wilcoxintercepted a John Bond
pass at the Alabama 1 with only 18
seconds remaining. Bond had com-
pleted three passes for 69 yards to the
Alabama 9 in the final two minutes.
SANDERS, .FILLING in for Peter
Kim, who left with a leg injury after
missing a field goal in the final seconds
of 'the first half, enabled the Crimson
Tide to present Coach Bear Bryant his
314th victory, one shy of the alltime
record held by Amos Alonzo Stagg.
Bryant, in his 37th season, moved into a
second-place tie with Glen "Pop" War-
ner, who claimed his 314th triumph in 44
The victory extended Alabama's
home-field winning streak to 55 games.
Clemson 82, Wake Forest 24
CLEMSON, (AP)- Tailback Chuck
McSwain rolled for 90 yards and three
touchdowns as the third-ranked Clem-
son tigers mauled Wake Forest 82-24 in
an Atlantic Coast Conference football
game yesterday.
The Tigers, 8-0, broke a number of
school and conference records, in-
cluding scoring more points than
any other team in ACC history. The
previous record was set in 1954 when
Maryland beat Missouri 74-13.
Clemson scored on all but two
possessions. The Tigers set a team
record for total offense, piling up more
than 750 yards on the ground and in the
Clemson tailback Cliff Austin scored
two touchdowns on runs of 4 and 3 yar-

Kansas St. 10, Iowa St. 7
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)- Kansas
State shut down Iowa State's running
game and its bruising tailback, Dwayne
Crutchfield, and edged the 11th-ranked
Cyclones 10-7 behind the running of
sophomore Mark Hundley yesterday.
Hundley crashed over from the 2
early in the third quarter, capping an
80-yard Wildcat drive after the second-
half kick-off to put K-State in front."

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