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BARB BARKER place in the league,- upping their
ago, Bowling Green oc- average over the .500 mark.
ast place in the Central Bowling Green defenseman Brian
ockey Association stan- MacLellan lead his team to a 6-5 over-
g a lowly .125 winning per- time victory over the Broncos Friday
night at Kalamazoo, notching the win-
ast weekend's two-game ning goal at 5:14 of the final period.
Western Michigan, the Freshman center Jim Grillo con-
built up a four-game win- tributed two goals to the Bronco cause,
moving them into fourth scoring in the second and third periods.
Saturday night proved to be no con-
test for the Broncos, as they trounced
Western 10-5 scoring three goals in the
initial five minutes of the confrontation.
"Friday night, we had out oppor-
tunities but we just couldn't capitalize
on them. We out shot them 8-2 in the
overtime period," said Western
Michigan head coach Glen Weller.
"Saturday night was a different ball
game. We played poorly and they
deserved to win."
Notre Dame 6-6,
Ohio State 4-3
Notre Dame was the benefactor of the
other intra-conference sweep this
Club Sports Roundup
For those who don't know it, a Michigan team did beat Ohio State this past
weekend. Although it wasn't the football team, the Michigan Rugby Club
smashed the Buckeyes 51-6 in the 'A' game and 32-0 in the 'B' game. For
their rousing victory, which gives the club a perfect 9-0 record, the 'A' squad'
will be heading west not to Pasadena but to Vancouver; British Columbia,
for the World Cup in March.
It will be the first time in the four year history of the championships that a
Michigan team has been invited. Other teams in the field of eight include a
team from Oxford College, England, Aukland School in New Zealand, and
The victory for the 'A' team was especially sweet since Michigan has not
beaten Ohio State in two years.,Tony Menyhart knocked in four tries (4 poin-
ts) to pace the Wolverines. In the 'B' match, Ian Chapman scored one try
and a conversion kick (two points) to lead the scoring. Paul Knight and Jack
Ackenson led the attack up front as the Wolverines appeared to be "too
talented and more aggressive" than their opponents from Columbus.
The team will begin practicing in January for the World Cup in March; but
before then must come up with funds to make the trip. "We'll try to raise
between $5000 and $10,000 through various means to send a 25-man. squad,"
said team member David Weber. As for now, the team can just savor its vic-
tory over Ohio State.
Because of bad weather this past weekend, the graduate soccer team's
season came to an abrupt end. The team finished with a 3-4 record for the
Fall campaign. The highlights of the season included wins over Wayne St. (4-
2), Ferris St. (2-1), and Siena Heights (11-1). Mjke Bianchi led the team in
scoring with nine goals.
"We played well in most of our games except in the loss against Wayne St.
(3-0)," said team captain Mike Backfield. "We had a determined and
hustling team but probably didn't have as much skills as the teams we
With most of the people returning, the team can look forward to the spring
season tbimprove its standing.
The women's soccer team hit hard times this season, as it ended with a
disappointing 1-5-1 record. The only prosperous moments of the season were
a 3-2 victory over Ohio State and 1-1 tie against Purdue.
"The main problems we had this year was fielding a consistent team and
getting used to a new coach," said captain Ann Schoene. "It seems we have
to advertise each fall to get a new coach and it's hard to get used to a new
coaching style each season."
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the
Michigan Sport'Clubs from the previous week. This week's infor-
mation was compiled by Daily sports writer Randy Berger.
According to Fighting Irish head
coach Lefty Smith, the senior team
members played an integral part in
theseries sweep. Seniors Jeff Perry,
Kirt Bjork, and Bill Rothstein were
good for two goals a piece in the series.
Miami (O.) 6-1,
Ferris State 5-3
The Reskins managed a split with the
conference second place Bulldogs, as
they came back from a four goal deficit
to take the opener, but dropped the
series finale in Oxford.
"We really played agreat game on
Friday and showed excellent effort,"
said Miami coach Steve Cady. "I think
what happened in the second game is
that we were physically and mentally
drained from the night before. Unfor-
tunately, Ferris wasn't and they played
a really excellent second game."
Redskin center Steve Morris lead the
Miami attack, no notching one goal and
two assists in the opener and another
goal in Saturday night's game.
Lake Superior 5-3,
Michigan Tech 4-4
CCHA last place Lake Superior State
squeezed-out a split with their Upper
Peninsula rivals Michigan Tech, win-
ning their opening game Saturday at
home, but losing Sunday's confron-rthernMi
tation. Chicago Cir
"I was really impressed with their. CCHA third plac
(Lake Superior) play being a bottom Eric Ponath lead t
place team and all," said Michigan game drubbing
Tech mentor John Macinnes. "After Chicago Circle.
seeing how well they could play, I was Ponath was go
pleased with the split." assists on Friday
Maclnnes cited the play of goalie two assists in the
Tom Allen as being crucial to the four individuall
Huskie victory on Sunday. Allen was scoring records ai
good for 36 saves in that game. player-of-the-week
ce point leader center
the Wildcat's in a two-
od for a goal and two
, and four goals and
finale. Ponath tied
rnd was named CCHA
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weekend as they swept Ohio State 6-4, 6-
3 in South-Bend, dropping the Buckeyes
into the conference cellar.
"We put together six periods of solid
hockey," said Notre Dame assistant
coach Len Moher. "It was the best
hockey we played all year. We really
came through on our power-play:
Friday we were three for four and
Saturday we went three for seven."
WMPL Hockey Poll
3. North Dakota ..........8-4
4. Northern Michigan .... 8-2
5. Michigan State ........7-2-1
6. Clarkson .............. 4-0
7. MICHIGAN ........... 6-2-2
8. Denver ................ 5-2-1
9. Providence........... 1-4
10. Ferris State (tie).......6-2-1
Boston College ........ no
1. N. Michigan .........f6
2. Michigan State........7
3. Ferris State........ 6
5. Bowling Green........4
6. Miami (0.) .......... 3
7. Notre Dame ......... 4
8. Michigan Tech........3
9. Western Michigan ... 3
10. Lake Superior........ 2
11. Ohio State ............I
Wisconsin 6--7, Colorado College 3-3-2
North Dakota 5-5, Minnesota 2-7
Minnesota-Duluth 8-3, New Hampshire 4-2
Denver 10-10, Iowa State 4-1
CCHA Leading Scorers
Player, school................. Games Points
1. Newell Brown, Michigan State.. 10 2-19-21
2. Dave Mogush, Northern Mich .... 8 13-7-20
3. Eric Poncith. Northern Mich ..... 8 8-9-17
Bill Rothstein, Notre Dame.......10 5-12-17
Ross Fitzpatrick. Western Mich 10 5-12-17
Jim Baker, Ferris State .......... 10 7-9-16
4. Jeff PerryNotre Dame.......... 8 7-8-15
5. Bob Scurfield, Western Mich ..... 8 6-19-15
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