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Page 10-Thursday, November 5, 1981-The Michigan Daily

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Michigan Hockey Statistics

Individual

No. Name, Pos.
16 Sipeers, C.......
14 Tippett, LW ...
25 Brandrup, LW ..
19 Kobylarz, RW .....
18 Dn. May, RW .....
5 Richter, D .......
7 Richmond, D .......
22 Krussman, LW ....
3 Lundberg, D..
17 Yoxhelmer, C.
8 McIntyre, RW.....
21 MilburnG........
27 Tessier, LW ..
. 6Perry, D........
11 Grade, C.......
15 Reid, RW........
30 Elliott,G........
4 Neff,D.........
23 McCauley, RW..:.
24 Hawkins, D ...
35 Mason, G ........
1 Chiamp, G .......
2 Dg. May, D.......
9 Zucchetto, C ....
20 Huber, LW ........

GP
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
3
4
3
4
3
3
4
2
2
1
1
1
1

Pts.
7
5
4
3
3
3
3
2
2
1
I
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

P/M
5/10
1/2
4/8
2/4
2/4
4/8
5/10
3/6
5/10
2/4
1/2
2/4
0/0
1/2
2/4
1/2
1/2
1/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0

Goalies
Goalie (Record) G Min. GA AVG.
Mason (1-0) ...... 2 54:03 0 0.00
Elliott (3-0)........ 3 154:45 3 1.17
Chiamp (0-0) ......1 31:12 3 5.78
Team
MICHIGAN
1 2 3
Goals ............... 5 9 2
Shots On Goal ....... 45 45 36
Goalie Saves ........ 30 30 2
Penalties ............ 13 17 12

Sav
21
58
7
OT

Pct.
1.000
.951
.700
Totals
16
126
86
42

Lantry remembered by
sJBy CHUCK JAFFE
As a Michigan Wolverine, Mike Lan-
try was 135 yards short of being totally
forgetable.
That is the combined distance of the
three missed field goals against Ohio.

OPPONENTS

MISSED FG'S OVE RSHADOW A CCOMPLISHMENTS

Goals ...........
Shots On Goal...
Goalie Saves.......
Penalties ............

31
40
15

3
33
36
16

2
28
34
17

6
92
110
4

SCORES
NBA
Boston 115, Chicato93
Philadelphia 107, Indiana 99
Atlanta 95. New Jersey 86
NHL
Quebec 6, St. Louis 2
Minnesota 6, Washington 1
Pittsburgh 6, New York Rangers 3

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State that etched Lantry's name in
Wolverine football history.
WHAT EVERYONE forgets is that
Lantry is fourth on Michigan's all-time
scoring list with 176 points, and the
leading kicker, with 21 field goals and
113 extra points. Also forgotten is his
last-second, game-winning field goal
against Purdue, in 1972 that gave
Michigan a share of the conference title
that year.
"I guess it's nice to be remembered,
but it gets a little trying sometimes,"
Lantry said. "But that's indicative of
anything in sport. Some things that go
wrong will always stand out.
"Not too many people mention the
field goal in the Purdue game," he con-
tinued, "I don't think too many people
remember Ohio State's Tom Klaban
either, and he kicked four field goals to
beat usin'74."

MIKE LANTRY KICKS one of his school-record 21 field goals. Lantry, best
remembered for three field goal misses, is also fourth on Michigan's scoring
list.

Helpu~s olu.
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failures
ENDURING BOTH success and
failure, Lantry was by no means an or-
dinary football player. After
graduating from high school, the Ox-
ford, Mich. native enlisted in the Army.
After spending a year in Viet Nam, he
was assigned to work at the Pentagon.
"I took my SATs and boards when I
worked at the Pentagon," Lantry said,
"and I applied to a lot of schools. When
I found out that I was accepted at
Michigan, I jumped at the chance to go
there."
Lantry entered Michigan as a 23
year-old freshman, intent on playing
football and joining the track team.
"I DIDN'T HAVE the advantage of
being a highly-recruited high school
athlete," Lantry said. "I'd get out of a
couple of football practices to go to
track meets because I was a scorer for
the team. Track allowed me to work
out through the winter, so I was in good
shape for spring football."
Despite being older than most of his
teammates, Lantry said that he was not
looked upon as the team's "old man."
"I didn't feel out of place because of
my age," Lantry said. "Every now and
then I'd get references to George Blan-
da, but nobody really focused on it."
WHAT THEY DID focus on was his
kicking ability. "He had one of the
strongest kicking legs I've ever seen,"
said Jerry Hanlon, the Wolverines' of-
fensive line and kicking coach. "He
always had the ability to kick the lon4
field goal."
This ability earned Lantry the
nickname "Super Toe."
"I NEVER heard anyone call me that
until my father taped a radio broadcast
and I heard (Bob) Ufer say it," Lantry
remembered. "I guess it stuck, and
some of the newspapers used it."
Today, "Super Toe" is removed from
football. After graduating fron
Michigan, he spent a year with the
Dallas Cowboys, sharing the kicking
chores with Toni Fritsch. But the two-
kicker system didn't work out, so Lan-
try left football.
"I had a lot of good success at
Michigan, and I got a taste of the pros,"
he said. "But I decided that to get out
and get more stability in my life."
LANTRY IS A family man now,
however, with a special interest -in
Michigan football. And his name still
gets recognized on occasion.
"I'd like to be thought of as a gooS
sales engineer rather than someone
who comes in and throws football
jargon around," Lantry said. "I've
never used football as a wedge,
although people will usually ask me
about those field goals."
"He was a team player and a good in-
dividual," Hanlon said. "He understood
that, as a kicker, you're either a hero or
a goat, and there's no in betwee4
That's a position he accepted."
Only 135 yards stopped Mike Lantry
from being a forgettable hero, but with
all his kicking records, and later ac-
complishments, he probably shouldn't
be forgotten.
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Well believe it or not, it was neither of
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11. Southern Mississippi at
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