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The Michigan Daily-

Sunday, January 18, 1981

___ Page 77


lecers fall. to MSU, 4-3,-
f9oilngweekend sweep

Tracksters take


' Special to The Daily
EAST LANSING - With goalie Paul
Fricker getting a night's rest and
*backup Rudi Varvari starting,
Michigan hockey team missed several
opportunities, and lost a close contest to
Michigan State by the score of 43 last
night at Munn ice arena.
*The Wolverines had a chance to tie
the game. ,With 45'seconds, left they
began a series of slapshots that brought
the screaming crowd to its feet for 30
Wseconds. The puck floated across the
front of the net many -times, but none
could get it past Spartan goalie Ron
Scott. Several Wolverines fired a flurry
of shots at the goal but Scott continued
to deflect the puck away.
Michigan tied the game in the third
period of 4:31, 3-3, when Ted Speers
smai~shed a slap shot on the, run from the
point that sailed over Scott's shoulder.'
*But Michigan State's Ken
*Paraskevin, who was all over the ice
throughout the game, scored his third
goal of the evening og~ a breakaway. As
'he'approached the'net he made a quick
fake and flipped the puck past Varvari.
.'The Wolverines had another chance
to iie the game with two minutes left to
'play. Gordie Hampson broke away and
M' Wres tle rs
bounce back;
ti "'.unbeaten
NIUm 214

fired a slap shot that was saved by
Scott. The ensuing deflection went into
a crowd just left of the crease but the
netminder managed to fall on it.
The Wolverines got on the board first
,at 3:12, when Roger Bourne intercepted
a pass from Spartan Bill Shutt and fired
a slap shot from the top of the circle
that flew clean past Scott into the net.
iBut just 50 seconds later, Michigan
State right wing Paraskevin stole
the puck in the Michigan end and fired a
slap shot to the short side that beat
Michigan pressured the Spartans in
the first half of the period, keeping the
puck in the Michigan State end. But the
Wolverines could not break the
In the second half of the period, the
Wolverines lost some of their intensity,
and the Spartans began to apply the
pressure. But the defense and Varvari
remained strong and the period ended
ina 1.1 tie.
The second period was much like the
first. Michigan took a 2-1 leadI early
when left wing Kelly McCrimmon
cracked a slap shot from the blue line
that hit Scott's stick and was deflected
into the corner of the net.
But the Spartans came right back at

6:32. The puck floated free of a crowd to
Varvari' s right and Paraskevin
hesitated as the goalie slid to the ice an-
tic ipating the shot, then slipped the
puck around Varvari.
Then at 18:09 Michigan State took the
lead when left wing Gary Harpell
cleared the. puck out of the crowd
behind the net. Bob Martin then beat
Varvari to the right corner of the net
and it was 3-2, Michigan State.
Michigan State missed an oppor-
tunity to score 'on a power play that
began at 0:54, when Varvari broke his
stick. Richmond gave the goalie his
stick and skated to the bench for a new
one. Varvari had to play the remainder
of the power play with a regular stick.

Michigan's women tracksters con-
tinued their most successful season
ever with a second place finish at the
Western Michigan Invitational at
Kalamazoo Saturday night., The
Wolverines' total of 102 poinst was just-
shy of the 128 racked up by meet cham-
pion Michigan State.
A number of Michigan performers
won or scored in several events; Lori
Thornton won the long jump and
qualified for the national champion-
ships with a leap of 19'2", Sue
Frederick won the 800 m. in 2:15, Bren-
da Kazinek won the 300 m. in 40.8, and a
Michigan foursome of Cathy Sharpe,
Renee Turner, Thornton, and Kazinek
won the 4 x200m. relay in 1: 41.9.
B~o runnerup coach
sity of Georgia Coach Vince Dooley has
been named the 1980 College Coach of
the Year in the most lopsided vote in the
history of the Football Writers
Association of America. Dooley
received 58 percent of the votes cast by
the writers.
In a close race for the distant second
spot, Michigan's Bo Schembechler
edged Florida's Charley Pell by three
votes and Florida State's Bobby
Bowden by six.

Despite Diane Dietz's 25 points,
Michigan's women's basketball team
lost to Detroit, 85-73. The women hoop-
sters lost the game at, the foul lke
where Detroit had 30 more oppor-
tunities. Michigan forward Tammie
Sanders came. off the bench to add 16
second half points.

Women cage rs fall

..nets hat trick

mit the Spartans a shot on goal.

Scoring-i1. M- Bourne (unassisted) 3:12; 2. MSU-
Paraskevin (unassisted) 4:02.
Penalties- MSU- Martin (high sticking) 5:33.
Scoring- 3. M- McCrimmon (Lundberg,
Yaxheimer) 3:50; 4. MSU- Paraskevin (Omiccioli,
Hlaight) 6:32; 5. MSU- Martin (Brown. harper)
Penalties- M- Blum (hooking) 0:54; MSU- Shut
(interference) 4:53; M- Mars (too many men on the
ice) 6:07; MSU- Martin (roughing) 8:05; M- Bran-

drup (roughing) 8:05; M- Lundberg (holding) 9:05;
MSU- Paraskevin (cross-checking) 19:45.
Scoring- 6. M- Speers (Fardig, Richmond) 4:31;
7. MSU- Paraskevin (Thomas, Omiccioli) 5:03.
Penalties- M- Bourne (cross-checking) 2:11;
MSU- Brown (tripping) 7:00; M- Blum (hooking)
9:00; MSU- Brown (high sticking) 13:19; M-
Yoxheimer (high sticking) 13:19.
M (Varvari)...............14 13 11 - 38
MSU (Scott)...............12 6 12 - 30

The Michigan wrestling team got back, on the winning
track last night as they downed Northern Illinois 21-14. After
dominating the early matches the Blue grapplers needed big
wins from 190-pounder Pat McKay and heavyweight Eric
Klassen to preserve the victory.
In the beginning it looked as if Michigan was going to run
away with it. In the first Match 118 pound Wolverines Joe
McFarland pinned his opponent Ernie Christmas with 1:15
left in the third round. McFarland had no problem in what
was to be the only pin of the match.
MICHIGAN ADDED five more points as Jim Mathias at
126 won and Bill Goodill at 134 tied. At this point Michigan
had a commanding 11-2 lead.
The next match proved to be the most exciting of the day.
Lou Milani, wrestling for the first time at 142, lost in the last
second 10-9. Losing 8-7 with only five seconds left, Milani

pulled a reversal to go ahead, but he couldn't hang on as his
opponent used the same move to win.
TIM FAGAN AT 150 won convincingly to bolster
Michigan's lead to 14-5. Michigan's middle weights once
again had trouble -as the Maize and Blue lost the next three
matches and the score was all tied up at 14 apiece.
Michigan's strength showed off in the long run, however, as
McKay earned a major decision and Klassen garnered three
points to give Michigan their third victory of the year against
five defeats.
Head coach Dale Bahr was pleased with the win but still
wants better performances from the middle weights : "We.
got three good matches in the beginning, and strong wins at
the finish, but we have to start winning in the middle,
especially at 142."
The tgrapplers will now go on the road for three tough Big
Ten conference meets before returning home to face
Michigan State January 30.


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