Who Mi chigan Daily
-Saturday, November 14, 1981
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"CAMPBELL'S A very impressive
quarterback," said Schembechler.
'fOne again we are facing a very ex-
plosive offensive performer and unit."
Despite the overwhelming passing
statistics - 268 attempts, 157 com-
pletions, 2350 yards and 17 touchdowns
Purdue is 3-4 in the conference and
ut of the Rose Bowl chase. ,
"Last week, we just didn't play well,
(in -a 33-7 loss to Iowa)," said the
sophomore Boilermaker slinger.
"Things just didn't go our way."
When Purdue has trouble throwing,
Campbell hands off to junior tailback
Jimmy Smith, Purdue's leading rusher
with 540 yards. Protecting Campbell
and creating holes for Smith is a
veteran offensive live comprised of
only juniors and seniors. Included in
this offensive line are behemoths senior
tackle Jim Fritzche (6-8, 268 and
junior guard Clayborn Fields (6-7, 277)
The Michigan defense, which has
been plagued by injuries all season, is
relatively healthy for the first time in
weeks. Sbmetime starter Clay Miller, a
'6-5, 240 lb. freshman defensive tackle,
will not make the trip because of an in-'
jured knee, but outside linebackers
Robert Thompson and Ben Needham
both saw action against Illinois last
week and will play against Purdue
today. Tackle Winfred Carraway
played for the first time in five weeks
against Illinois and he will also battle the
Boilermakers. Defensive back Marion
Body reinjured his knee last Saturday,
so Jerry Burgei (two interceptions last
week) will start at strong halfback in
the Wolverine secondary.
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(82) Norm Betts ..............(230)
(72) Ed Muransky ............(275)
(65) Kurt Becker .............(260)
(69) Tom Dixon,..............(238)
(76) Stefan Humphries.......(240)
(75) Bubba Paris ............. (270)
( 1) Anthony Carter.........(161)
(27) Vince Bean ..............(185)
(16) Steve Smith .............. (191)
(32) Stan Edwards ............(208)
(24) Butch Woolfolk ........... (208)
( 6) AliHaji-Sheikh ...........(172)
(81) Cliff Benson .............. (220)
(75) Tom Jelesky..........(273)
(52) Ray Gunner ..............(237)
(50) Paul Royer............(240)
(70) Clayborn Fields .......... (277)
(79) Jim Fritzsche ...........(268)
( 1) Steve Bryant.........(187)
(14) Joe Linville ..........(169)
(10) Scott Campbell .......... (195)
(32) WallyJones ..............(200)
(21) Jimmy Smith..........(103) .
(26) Tim Clark ................(177)
Al Sincich ......,......... (220)
Tony Osbun ............. (254)
Ben Needham ............(210)
Mike Boren ...........(217)
Jerry Burgei .............(182)
Keith Bostic...... ..... (209)
Don Bracken ............. (185)
(36) Andy Gladstone .......... (208)
(71) Matt Hernandez .......... (260)
(98) Casey Moore .............(251)
(95) Mike Moreland ........... (223)
(60) David Frye ..........(205)
(59) Mark Brown...........(218)
(58) Brock Spack ............ (21-7)
( 3) Derrick Taylor ........... (186)
(36) Robert Williams ........(180)
(43) Tim Seneff ............... (199)
(34) Marcus McKinnie.......(196)
(28) Matt Kinzer ........ ..(295)
Today's Michigan-Purdue game, starting at 1:30 p.m. EST, can be heard bn
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AM), and WTOD (1560 AM).
'Al' icers tie
Matmenexcel at Open
By KENT WALLEY
Special to the Daily
KALAMAZOO- For the second time in two
weeks, the overtime scoreboard clock read 0:00,
-.and the Michigan hockey team Was tied with its
This week it was against WesThrn Michigan
before a crowd of 3,008 at Lawson Arena. After a
mediocre start in the first period the game ac-
celerated in intensity and excitement intoatension
filled overitime period, but neither team came out
IN OVERTIME Michigan could not manage any
offense against the Broncos. On the other hand the
Broncos kept the pressure on Wolverine freshman
goaltender Jon Elliott, keeping the puck in
Michigan's end throughout most of the period.
At 1;20 Wolverine defenseman Mike Neff was
called for tripping, but on the ensuing power play
Elliott made several flashy saves and with the
tielp of the defense held off a pressing Bronco
FOR HALF of the first period, neither team
mounted a consistent attack.
The first penalty of the game was called on
Wolverine center Joe Milburn at 13:26. But
Michigan turned what looked like a Bronco advan-
tage into a Wolverine score. While helping to kill
the penalty, Ted Speers and Brad Tippett broke up
a pass near center ice. Speers then broke free and
race toward the Western goal unaccompanied. He
fired a slapshot from the slot on goalie Glenn
Healy's right that whizzed over the netminder's
left shoulder and into the net.
WESTERN WASTED no time evening the
score. In the second period just after a lackluster
Michigan power play, Wolverine defenseman
Steve Richmond was called for intgerference. As
the Broncos applied pressure during their power
play, the puck floated between the kneeled
Elliott's legs, but hit the post and deflected just
left. Western left wing Ross Ritzpatrick then fired
the black disc point blank past the caught-out-of-
position netminder to tie it up, 1-1.
At 9:07 Michigan went ahead again on a picture
perfect goal. Right wing Jim McCauley flipped a
pass from behind the net to Tippett, who was two
feet from Healy's right. ,Tippett easily put the
puck into the net.
With just two second left in the period,
Western gave a final effort. After the Broncos
controlled the face-off from Elliott's extreme right,
Western left wing Rob Reid fired a quick wrist,
shot from a crowd in the circle over Elliott's glove,
and the score was knotted at two.
THE BRONCOS CAME out of the lockerroom in
the third period skating hard and hitting hard.
Just 1:51 into the period, Bronco freshman Paul
Reifenberger (right wing) broke out of the crowd
with the puck. He faked right and then slipped the
disc to the left past Elliott and into the net.,
Michigan evened the score at three in a four-on-
four situation after Wolverine Dennis May and
Bronco left wing Rob Reid were called for
slashing, center Steve Yoxheimer hit a slapshot
that just seemed to float by Healy.
Scoring: 1. M-Speers (Tippett) 13:52.
Penalties: M-Milburn (holding) 13:26; WMU-J. Olson (inter-
ference) 15:38; WMU-J. Olson (cross checking) 20:00.
Scoring: 1.WMU-Fitzpatrick (Calder. Scurfield) 2:42; 2. M-Tip-
pett (McCauley, Richmond) 9:07; 2. WMU-Reid (Grillo) 19:58.
Penalties: M-Richmond (interference) 2:15S; WMU-Odino
(slashing) 3:40; M-Grade (tipping) 9:44; M-Yoxheimer
Scoring: a. WMU-Riefenberger (Murphy, Healy) 1:51; 3.
M-Yoxheimer (Brandrup) 6:26.
Penalties: WMU-Reid (slashing) 5:57; M-May (slashing)
5:57; WMU-Scurfield (slashing) 9:59; WMU-Fitzpatrick
(roughing) 13:33; M-May (high sticking) 13:33; M-Krussman
(roughing) 13:33; WMU-Bailey (high sticking) 13:33.
Penalties: M-Neff (tripping) 1:20.
By DOUGLAS LEVY'
The First Annual Wolverine Open-a
16-team individual wrestling meet-is
now history, and as Michigan coach
Dale Bahr expected, his grapplers were
very strong. The Wolverines won five"
out of the eight final matches they com-
peted in last night at Crisler Arena.
"The team has an excellent attitude
and we are going to have a very suc-:
cessful season," concluded Bahr afte
JOE MCFARLAND, Michigan's
sophomore All-American, was the first
victor. Wrestling in the 126-pound
division, he defeated his opponent, 5-2.
"Joey will wrestle in the 118 pound
division during the regular season, but
he looked very sharp wrestling at 126,"
Two Michigan teammates,
sophomore Bill Goodill and junior
Larry Haughn, wrestled against each
other at 134 pounds, with Goodill won
the match 5-2, as both wrestlers appear
ready for a successful season.
At 142 pounds, Michigan junior Luigi
Milani just edged out Dorr Granger of
Grand Valley, 7-6, for an exciting,
Jerry Trainor of the Grand Rapids
Wrestling Club defeated Michigan
senior John Bel)an, 11-2, in the 150-
pound division. Trainor was.honored as
the outstanding wrestler in the tour-
Senior Nemir Nader defeated
Michigan teammate, junior Tim
Fagan, at 158 pounds.
Two Wolverine freshmen, Scott
Rechsteiner and Kevin Hill, wrestled at
167 pounds.. Rechsteiner won the
physical match, 7-4. Another gool
Michigan freshman, Kirk Trost, lost to
Eastern Michigan's Bill Petosky.
The only weight class that did not
have a Michigan wrestler in the finals
was 177 pounds. Coach Bahr plais to
use Kevin Hill at thatposition.
WMU-Healy .................... 8
FIVE TEAMS STILL IN RACE FOR ROSES:
Badgers, Hawks collide
By KARL WHEATLEY
The Big Ten, which was once referred to as "The Big Two
and Little Eight," has lately seemed more like "The Big
Eight and Little Two."
A rash of upsets over the last six weeks that has seen either
the conference leader or co-leader upset each week has set up.
'the following situation: with two games to go, eight teams
still have a chance to finish within a half-game of first place,
six teams have a chance at capturing atleast a share of the
title, and half of the conference's teams still have a shot at
the Rose Bowl.
Iowa at Wisconsin
THE IOWA HAWKEYES have a difficult assignment this
'weekend: beat Wisconsin in Madison. The Badgers are tough
-this season on teams that invade Camp Randall Stadium,
with home wins over Michigan, Ohio State, and Purdue to
wprove it. Although the Badgers could still win the conference
-crown and the Rose Bowl trip even with another loss, two;
:wins will guarantee both for Wisconsin.
Iowa, on the other hand, needs to win its last two games, as
.well as get outside help in the form of a Michigan loss if the
-Hawkeyes are to win the title. As Iowa and Wisconsin are the
:two top defensive teams in the Big Ten, the game promises to
be a low-scoring, defensive struggle.
innesota at Michigan State
When Minnesota's coach Joe Salem said "I'd look for
;another high-scoring game," he's not exactly going out on a
limb. Both the Gophers and the Spartans certainly help make
the Big Ten the nation's most pass-happy conference.
Throwing the ball for Minnesota will be Mike Hohensee, who
last week completed 37 of 67 aerials for 444 yards and a 35-31
victory over the Buckeyes. MSU comes into the game with
Bryan Clark and John Leister, two passers who have thrown
for more than 1000 yards each this season, a Big Ten first.
THE GOPHERS NEED two wins and a lot of outside help to
reach the Big Ten title and Pasadena, while the Spartans
hope to win their next two so they can finish over .500 for the
Indiana at Illinois
This game features the Big Ten's second and third worst
teams in total defense and scoring defense. Illinois has the
conference's total offense leader (Tony Eason) on its side,
while the Hoosiers have Duane Gunn, the conference's fourth
leading all-purpose runner, on their sidlelines. But while
Eason runs up the yardage for the Illini, Gunn will be sitting
on the sideline with a broken leg.
A weak defense and little running talent combined with the
loss of the receiver who has accounted for almost half of In-
diana's passing yardage will make Saturday a long day for
Northwestern at Ohio State
The Wildcats seem a sure bet to run their losing streak to 30
today at Ohio Stadium. Ohio State is tough at home, but even
more of a factor is Art Schlichter, the Buckeyes' all-time
passing and total offense leader. The Buckeyes need two
wins, as well as losses by both Iowa and Wisconsin, if they
are to climb back to the top of the Big Ten.
By JAMES THOMPSON
After taking first and third in the
opening event, the backstroke, the
Michigan men's swimming team never
trailed, as it went on to sink the Univer-
sity of Toronto 105-35 at Matt Mann pool
"We swam out of our gourds," said
Michigan coach Gus Stager.
"Everyone swam faster than their best
times of last year."
The meet marked Stager's return as
Michigan's swimming coach. "I'm
very happy to be here," he said. "I see
some old friends, but most of all I get
the satisfaction from seeing these boys
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