Page 10-Tuesday, December 1, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Bulldogs sweep by
By KENT WALLEY
While many students went away for
rest and turkey this weekend, collegiate
hockey did not grind to a halt. The only
Central Collegiate Hockey Association
(CCHA) match-up saw Ferris State
sweep by the faltering Fighting Irish of
Notre Dame. Michigan was idle, but
several other non-conference match-
ups were played.
Ferris State helped to solidify its hold
on third place with 3-0, and 6-2 victories
over the Irish.
BULLDOG :f'reshman goalie Rob
Hughston shut out the Irish on Friday
and stopped an impressive 60 shots in
the series, earning him CCHA Player of
the Week honors and boosting his save
Ferris State head coach Rick Duffett
was pleased with his team's .perfor-
mance, but indicated that his icers star-
ted slowly on both nights.
The slow start on Friday gave Ferris
a bit of a scare as Notre Dame jumped
out to a 2-0 lead in the first period. But
the worry was short-lived as the
Bulldogs responded with six unan-
Duffett was also impressed by the
performance of his fourth line.
"Our fourth line is the kind of a line
that sparks the team. They got some
timely goals for us."
The line is centered by sophomore
Graham Hall with junior Steve Blair
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Wisconsin 9-2, Western
Although the Broncos did not play in
the conference, they split with the defen-.
ding NCAA champion Wisconsin
Wisconsin notched a convincing vic-
tory in the Friday night contest,
smashing nine goals past junior
goaltender Steve Abbott. But on Satur-
day, behind two unassisted goals by
the ensuing shootout in the third period
and dropped the second game of the
series for a split.
In the Friday night contest, freshman
goalie Bruno Campese notched 26
saves, while in a losing effort,
sophomore Jeff Poeschl collected 27.
Bowling Green 7-5, Ver-
The Falcons have won six straight,
after last weekend's sweep of Vermont.
An all-around team effort providedf
the win. Two goals each were scored by
Dan Kane, George Roll, and Dave
O'Brian. Mike David won his fifth con-
secutive game in goal stopping 28
pucks on Friday. Saturday, freshman
goalie Wayne Collins collected 34 saves.
The win boosted Bowling Green to a 6-
7-1 overall record.
Miami (0), 5-10, Chicago
Although Miami amassed tremen-
dous scoring, it kept the beginning of
the first contest close. In the middle of
the second period the Redskins found
themselves tied with Chicago Circle, 3-
3. But then they scored two goals which
turned out to be enough.
On Saturday Steve Norris scored one
of many goals scored that night shor-
thanded. In the series Rick Kuraly hit
three goals and contributed two assists.
Alain Chevrier had 30 saves on Friday
and on Saturday Dan Kodatsky had)30.
Ohio State 6-11,
Wilfrid Laurier 4-2
The OSU Ice Rink looked more like a
shooting gallery this weekend, than a
place to play hockey. Ohio State fired
90 shots on Friday and 95 on Saturday
against Wilfrid Laurier.
The only time it was close was on
Friday night when the Buckeyes found
themselves down 2-0. But that matter
was settled in a matter of six seconds.
OSU scored two goals (one on a power
play) at 6:20 and 6:26 in the second
period. They went on to total 17 goals in
the two game series.
While the offense was having a field
day, goalies John Damrath (16 saves
Friday) and Grant Hanbury (15 saves
Saturday) had felt little pressure.
senior center Bob Scurfield and a
strong performance in the nets by
freshman Glen Healy, Western handed
the Badgers their first loss of the year.
Healy recorded 39 saves and received
his teams' nomination for CCHA Player
of the Week.
"Healy's performance Saturday
night was superb. He not only stopped a
lot of pucks, but he stopped them at the
right times," said Bronco coach Glen
Northern Michigan 5-5,
It was a cliff hanger for a while
Friday at Northern Michigan. In the
third period with the score tied at two,
Northern broke loose to score three
goals in a row to take a 5-2 lead, good
enough for the win.
On Saturday, the play remained tight
again and the score was tied at three af-
ter the second period. The Wildcats lost
Colorado Rockies defenseman Rob Ramage grabs Minnesota North Star
Neal Broten as he falls over the puck against the boards in first period NHL
action last night.
McKee tops tumblers
at Midwest, Open
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WMPL Hockey Poll,
1. Northern Michigan ..
Michigan State ......
3. Ferris State......
5. Bowling Green ......
6. Miami (0.)........
7. Michigan Tech .,.....
8. Notre Dame.......
9. Western Michigan ...
10. Lake Superior ......
11. Ohio State........
1. Wisconsin (8)......
2. Minnesota (1).....
3. North Dakota......
4. Clarkson (1)........
5. Northern Michigan . r
6. Michigan State ......
8. Providence ..........
9. Denver ..............
10. Ferris State ........
By JESSE BARKIN
Junior gymnast Kevin McKee scored
a personal high of 9.7 in the
preliminaries on the floor exercise, and
followed it up with a 9.4 to capture first
place in the event at the Midwest Open
last weekend at Glenn Bard High
School in Glenview, 11.
With his total, McKee outpointed 120
competitors in the individual meet.
Teammate Dino Manus also finished
high as he scored*a 9.25 and a 9.15 to
place fourth in the parallel bars.
"KEVIN WAS outstanding in winning
the coveted title over 120 competitors,"
coach Newt Loken said, "They were the
best two routines he's ever thrown."
McKee concurred saying that it was
"definitely the best routine I ever did.
It felt really good to hit a nice routine
that the judges liked."
Wolverine Nevin Hedlun finished nin-
th placing on the pommel horse, and
former Michigan gymnast, Darell Yee,
captured tenth on the rings in the in-
Next weekend the team travels to
Chicago for the Windy City Open which
includes five Big Ten teams, plus
defending national champion Nebraska
with Jim Hartung.
"It will be a mini Big Ten within a
mini national NCAA championship,"
said Loken, "It looks to be a super
"We're working towards being in
the thick of it," he said about the
Wolverines' changes "Although
Nebraska looks to be the leaders with
their scores up to this time."
North Dakota 6-3,Denver 3-7
Minnesota 5-3, Colorado College 3-2( OT)
This Week's games
Ohio State at MICHIGAN
Northern Michigan at Ferris State
Western Michigan at Michigan Tech
Bowling Green (S) vs. Michigan State (F)
Miami (0.) at Notre Dame
Lake Superior at Chicago Circle
(F) Friday home game; (S) Saturday home game
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CCHA Leading Scorers
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2. David Mogush, North. Mich.. 8
3. Jim Baker, Ferris State...... 12
4. Eric Ponath, North. Mich. ... 8
Bill Rothstein, Notre Dame.. i,
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
'M' Squash CluI
By RANDY BERGER
As the cold winter began to set in, the
Michigan Club Sports activities moved
indoors this past week as the Squash
Club opened its season.
The three men's teams and one
women's team, all members of the
Michigan Squash Raquets Association
League, had varied success. In its first
match the men's 'A' team beat the
Birmingham Athletic Club, 3-2, but then
was soundly defeated by the Detroit
Athletic Club, 5-0. Bill Austin, Jim Par-
sons and Brian Miller garnered, wins to
The men's 'B' team fared much bet-
ter for Michigan as it upended the
Tudor Club, 3-2, and the University
Club, 4-1, to move into a tie for third
place in the ten-team league. Jim Blick,
the number two seed, and Steve Car-
pman, the number four seed, were the
only double winners. Bobby Pestronk
was responsible for the third win in the
match against Tudor while Larry
Master and Hal Sprague accounted for
Michigan's other victories against the
In its first match of the season, the
men's 'C' team downed the University
Club by a score of 4-1. Mark Tucker,
Stanak Arya, Ross Campbell and Steve
Easter were, victorious for Michigan.
The women's team, however, was less
fortunate as it was blanked by East
Point, 3-0, in its opening match.
NEW YORK (AP) - Hard-throwing
Dave Righetti of the New York Yankees
was named American League Rookie of
the Year by the Baseball Writers
Association of America yesterday,
beating out Boston teammates Rick
Gedman and Bob Ojeda for the award.
Righetti, a southpaw who posted an 8-
4 record for the Yankees after being
called up from Columbus of the Inter-
national League, received'23 of the 28
firt place votes from a BBWAA panel
consisting of two writers in each of the
14 American League cities. He also
received four second place votes and
finished with 127 points in the 5-3-1
GEDMAN, WHO batted .288 in 62
games replacing Carlton Fisk as the
Red Sox's catcher, received the other
five first-place votes and totaled 64
points. Ojeda, who was 6-2 after being
called up following the players' strike,
finished third with 27 points.
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Righetti, 23, had a 2.06 earned run
average in 13 games and struck out 89
batters in 105 innings, while walking
only 38. The strikeout to walk ratio of
better than 2-to-1 showed the im-
provement in control which Righetti -
used as his ticket to the majors.
Acquired as the, keystone of a 10-
player trade with Texas in 1978, Righet-
ti had struggled through a disappoin-
ting 1980 season in the minors, mostly
because of control problems.
"THE TALENT was there," he said.
"It was just a matter of applying it. I
had to learn how to get the ball over, get
ahead of the hitters and then work from
Righetti said he had to overcome -a
tendency he had of picking at the cor-
"I had to learn to go right at hitters, ;
use my strength against theirs," he
said. "There was not wizardry or
anything like that. It was a matter of-
staying within myself, pitching to m.T'
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Kent St. 66, Ashland 57
North Carolina 73, Southern Cal 62
Iowa 71, Nebraska-Omaha 58
Minnesota 88. San Francisco St. 69
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