The Michigan Daily
Sunday, November 8, 1981
M 'ties Lakyers in OT, 1-1
By MARTHA CRALL
Special to theDaily
SAULT STE. MARIE- It was a duel
between the goalies last night as
Michigan and Lake Superior State
College battled to a 1-1 overtime tie
before a Parents Night crowd of 2890 in
the Norris Center.
And battle is exactly what the
Wolverines and the Lakers did as the
two teams played a hard hitting game
from the outset.
Although the first, third and overtime
periods went scoreless, there was plen-
ty of action featuring back-forth, end-
to-end hockey in which both-teams act-
ively checked and back checked.
Senior Peter Mason started his first
Central Collegiate Hockey Association
game in goal for the Wolverines and
saved 34 of 35 shots on goal, while Laker
Lawrence Dyck stopped 36 of 37 on
The pair was named the two Stars of
the Game for their respective efforts.
' AFTER THE two clubs scored one
goal apiece in the second period, the
third went scoreless although the
Michigan offense fired 19 shots on
Dyck. The failure of the two teams to
score in period sent the contest into a
ten minute overtime.
The Wolverine defense left the
responsibility largely on Mason.
Last night the Lakers displayed more
patience on the power play, making
quick, crisp passes and taking time to
set up. Their one goal came on a one-
man advantage. Friday night LSSC ran
more of a get-the-puck-and-shoot power
THE TIE PUTS Michigan at 4-1-1
overall and 2-1-1 in the CCHA, while the
Lakers are 3-4-1 overall and 1-4-1 in the
The momentum swung back and for-
the first period, but neither team was
able to take control of the game.
First, the Lakers swarmed the
Michigan zone around the seven minute
mark. But the passing was not criip
and neither team seemed able to
organize its offense.
MICHIGAN'S most serious scoring
opportunity came and went when Jim
McCauley put a nifty move on Dyck and
shot into the left corner of the net. Mc-
Cauley alertly scooped up the rebound,
skated in back of the net, and shot into
the right side before Dyck got back.
Only Steve Mulholland's stick in the net
saved the goal.
LSSC broke the scoreless tie at 2:22 of
the second stanza on a Michigan
mistake. The Wolverines were coming
off a two man disadvantage with Steve
Richmond coming out of the penalty
box as Dennis May came off the bench.
Both realized there were too many
Wolverines on the ice, and both of them
headed back to the bench. Meanwhile,
Wolverine defenseman Mark Perry
was all alone on Mickey Chandler, who
got away from him, and shot alone past
Michigan tied it up at 5:53, when Don
Krussman shot a Billy Reid pass over
Dyck's left shoulder from the left side
of the net.
MICHIGAN 70, Illinois 21
Wisconsin 28, Indiana7
Iowa 33, Purdue?7
Michigan St. 61, Northwestern 14
Minnesota 35. Ohio St. 31
Holy Cross 28, Army 13
Shippensburg St. 26.,Slippery Rock 21
Brown 10, Rhode island 8
C.W. Post31, American Intl. S
Dartmouth2l, Columbia 7
BostonCollege 52,.Massachusetts 22
Navy 35, Syracuse 23
Yale 23, Cornell 17
Clemson I, N. Carolina S
Harvard 23, William Mary 14
Tennessee 24, Wichita 81. 21
... Star of Game
Kissing your 'sis'
FIRST PERIOD THI
Scoring: NONE Scoring: NONE
Penalties: M-Tippett (tripping) 2:04; Penalties: LSSC-
jtSC-Keegan (slashing) 2:21; LSSC-Dahlqnist LSSC-Chandler (h
(interference)5:17; M-Richmond (slashing)20:00. (cross checking) 7"
SECOND PERIOD checking) 10:43; LSS
Scoring: 1. LSSC-Chandler (Gess) 2:22; 1. M-May (tripping) 17
M-Krussman (Reid) 5:53.
Penalties: M1-Richter (cross checking) 6:59; Scrn:N E
M-Krssman (holding) 6:42; M-Lundberg Scoring: NONE
(slashing) 11:34; LSSC-Vetero (tripping) 12:46; PenaltIes: NONE
M-Richmond (slashing) 13:38; LSSC-Wilson
(holding) 15:45. M-Mason.......
-Sherman (boarding) 5:43;
olding) 6:44; M-Brandrup
:13; M-Yoxheimer (cross-
C-Dyck (interference) 15:36;
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By CHRIS WILSON
The Michigan men's gymnastics team swings into its full
season today with its opening meet against York University
Last year the Wolverines had a dual meet record of 4-7 and
finished 5th in the Big Ten. The team also saw the graduation
of leaders Darrell Yee, who had won three consecutive Big
Ten ring ,titles and John Reickoff, who had qualified for the
NCAA championships on the pommel horse.
NONETHELESS, head coach Newt Loken enters his 35th
season of gymnastics directing with the same bubbling en-
thusiasm he has displayed since joining the team in 1946.
"We're all very optimistic about this meet because for once
we are opening the season healthy," said Loken. "Last year
we had several injuries and it set us back a bit, but this year
everybody's fine. We're very optimistic and fired up to do
well here and then comeback to the States and have a great
Two of the Wolverines competing today are prime exam-
ples of this year's health. Both Mike McKee and Chris Van
Mirelo were hurt for most of the 1980-81 season, but today
they are healthy and ready to face York University.
MCKEE, WHO WILL compete in the floor exercise, was
out last year with a broken hand, and returned in time for the
Big Ten championships.
Van Mirelo, an all-rounder, was out for the entire season
with a shoulder injury. His return is particularly pleasing to
"We're real pleased to have Chris back," said Loken. "He
had to have an operation on his shoulder last year, but he
looks find now and he'll really give a lift to the team."
JOINING VAN MIRELO in the all-around competition will
be returning veterans Merrick Horn, Al Berger, Milan
Stanovich, and John Garfield.
Butregardless of how healthy the Wolverines are,
defeating the tumblers of York University will be no small
task, according to Loken.
"I know a lot of people have never heard of York, but last
year they sent four members to the Canadian International
team and there is no doubt that we'll be facing Canada's best
out there today," said Loken. "We see this meet as a kind of
exhibition and are going out there to see where we stand."
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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Women tankers take relay win
Special to the Daily
BOWLING GREEN - Garnering six
of 13 first place finishes and setting two
meet records, the women's swim team
won the Tom Stubbs Bowling Green In-
0 vitational Relays 'for the second
straight year yesterday.'
Tami Paumier swam in five of the six
victories and Melinda Copp raced in
four events to lead the Wolverines over
Michigan State and Cincinnati
Men harriers fourth
special to the Daily
MINNEAPOLIS - Gerard Donakowski
took third to pace Michigan to a fourth
place finish at the Big Ten cross coun-
try championships, yesterday.
Wisconsin won the meet easily behind
a course record performance of 24.05.3
by Badger runner Tim Hacker.
Donakowski led all Michigan runners
with a time of 24.07. Jim Schmidt was
the only other Wolverine to finish in the
top twenty, with a time of 24.35, good
enough for 16th place.
Women harriers third.
Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS - The Wolverine women
harriers placed third with 78 points
behind Purdue (56) and first place
Wisconsin (40) at the MAIAWRegional
cross country championships.
Four Michigan women, Melanie
Weaver, Sue Frederick, Judy Yuhn,
and Lisa Larsen, qualified to compete
at the national championships. Weaver
finished eighth in 17:09, while Lisa Lar
sen took tenth with a time of 17:13.
Spikers finish last
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COLUMBUS - Penn State won the
Ohio State Invitational volleyball tour-
nament as the Wolverines dropped all
three of their games to bottom out in
last place yesterday.
The Wolverines dropped two games to
each of their opponents, Ohio State and
Purdue respectively. Ohio State won
15-10, 15-11 in the first match and Pur-
due triumphed 15-3, 15-11 in the second.
The worst was yet to come as Penn
State demolished the Wolverines 15-3,15-
8 in the final match.
CALL FOR DIRECTORS
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ciety requests petitions from persons interested in
being a dramatics director, music director or set
designer for the April 1982 production. Shows under
consideration are Mikado, Patience, Grand Duke
Candidates will be interviewed November 6th. For more
information and for appointment please call April O1a
at 663-7109 or y64-1417.
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Rolling pizzas to you in the first leg
of the Count's new delivery and
take out relay.
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He holds five individu'al world
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From Pismo Beach, California:
Holding three individual world records
in the delivery relay, running the
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a close friend of Attila the Hungry
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