Sunday, February 15, 1981
The Michigan Daity
Scoring - 1. M-Lundeberg (Mars, Richmond)
7:15%, 2. M-May (Manning, Bourne) 12:27; 3. M-
Augimeri (Tessier, McCrimmon) 13:36; 4. M-
Manning (Richter, Milburn) 14:51; 5. UMD-Johnson
(Kurvers, Oleksuk) 16:45; 6. UMD-DeGrio (Johnson,
Penalties - M-May (interference) 1:28; M-Blum
(tripping) 5:59; UMD-Johnson (interference) 7:07;
M-Richter (interference) 18:24.
Scoring - 7. UMD-Cleveland (Carlston, Kurvers)
7:31; 8. UMD-Carlston (Cleveland, Fishback) 16:50;
9.UMD-Cleveland (Krensing) 19:51.
By MARTHA CRALL
Special to the Daily
DULUTH - Jeff Tessier scored into
an empty net on a broken-down play at
10:17 in the third period on an assist
from Dave Richter.
That was the only play that mattered,
as it broke a 5-5 tie and lifted the
Michigan Wolverines past the Univer-
sity of Minnesota-Duluth, 6-5, last night
before 4,552 at Duluth Arena.
THE, VICTORY GAVE the
Wolverines a sweep of the series, a five-
game winning streak, and a 13-11
WCHA record. UMD's record dropped
Backup goalie Rudy Varvari started
Penalties - UMD-DeGrio (holding) 4:00; M-
Speers (interference) 5:24; M-Reid (hooking) 6:25;
M-Bourne (hooking) 8:22; M-Hampson (roughing)
10:31; M-Lundberg (holding) 15:22; M-Speers
Scoring- 10. M-Bourne (Blum, Manning) 7:52; 11.
M-Tessier (Richter) 10:17.
Penalties - UMD-Erickson (holding) 6:00; UMD-
Curvers (cross-checking) 7:29; UMD-DeGrio
for Michigan and had a busy night,
saving 26 shots, including two during a
UMD power play in the last 35 seconds
of the game.
Gordie Hampson put the puck in at
6:00 in the final period, but goalie Ron
Erickson was busy holdingDennis
May, so the goal was revoked and a
penalty was assessed. One minute and
29 seconds later, Tom Kurvers was
whistled for cross-checking and the
Wolverines has a five-on-three power
play for 31 seconds.
IT WAS LONG enough for Roger
Bourne to capitalize, thanks to perfect
passes from John Blum and Tim Man-
ning at 7:52. Bourne's goal tied the
score at five.
Michigan didn't seem to lose any in-
tensity from its 9-2 Friday night win as
it came out with four first period goals.
BRIAN LUNDBERG began the
Wolverine scoring parade when, in a
four-on-four situation, he took a slap-
shot from the blue line that passed
through the crowd in front of the net
and goalie Ron Erickson at7:15.
The next Michigan score came when
Dennis May, who was in the crease,
took a pass from Tim Manning, who
was in the slot, and lifted the puck past
Erickson. Roger Bourne also picked up
an assist on the goal, which came at
At 13:36 the freshmen paired up to
score the Wolverines' third goal. Kelly
McCrimmon drew Erickson out with a
shot, backhanded the rebound to Enzo
Augimeri, who had an open net to
welcome his shot.
MICHIGAN UPPED the score to 4-0
and 14:51 when Manning, on an assist
by Dave Richter and Joe Milburn, slap-
ped in his own rebound.
That's when UMD decided it wasn't
going to be blanked in the opening
At 16:45 Davey Johnson took a
rebounded shot by Bill Oleksuk to the
right of the net and lifted it over Var-
ONLY 32 SECONDS later, Gary
DeGrio pulled an instant replay of the
Bulldogs' first goal, except from the left
side of the net. The goal was assisted by
Johnson and Oleksuk and made the
score 4-2 after one period.
The momentum swung UMD's way in
the second period as senior rightwinger,
Al Cleveland scored two goals within'
the 20 minutes to propel the Bulldogs iW-
to a 5-4 lead.
The clock had to be stopped time and
time again as tempers flared and
fights between the two teams broke out..
WITH UMD IN a power play situation
for almost the entire period, all the ac-
tion took place in the Wolverines' end:
Both of Cleveland's goals were scored
on power plays as was Scott Carlston's.
UMD's Gary DeGrio put the puck in
again with 42 seconds left, but it was
ruled that he lifted his stick over his
head to slap the puck in.
'M' RACES TO 66-47 WIN:
Swimmers annihilate Ohio State.
(hooking) 16:50; M-May (hooking) 19:24.
Varvari (M) ..................... i 11 4 -
Erickson (UMD)................ 9 5 14 -
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By CHUCK HARTWIG
Nobody broke the 100 point'mark this
- 26 time, but the Michigan men's swim
team did manage to thoroughly
dominate their Ohio State opponents,
winning yesterday's meet at Matt
Mann Pool by the score of 66-47.
"We swam really well as a team,"
said Wolverine coach Bill Farley. "We
had a lot of really good times today."
This meet was an oddity because the
diving portion was held on Friday night
rather than Saturday during the meet.
The reason for the change was that
Michigan's diving coach, Dick Kimball,
had to be at the AIAW diving qualifiers
at Penn State on Saturday. As a result
of the change, Michigan went into the
swimming segment of the meet with a
14-4 lead, as the divers turned in yet
another outstanding performance.
Ron Merriott led the way once again
taking first place in both the one- and
three-meter diving events Friday with
scores of 325.20 and 338.70 respectively.
Ken Vigiletti also dove well in gaining
third in the one-meter event, and
second in the three-meter.
In yesterday's swimming events,
Michigan came out strong at the start
and turned the meet into a runaway by
winning the first four races. This vic-
tory string was capped by a sweep of
the top three spot in the 50-yard
freestyle with Bob Murray taking first
in a time of 21.37, followed by Tom
Pederson and Trip Gage.
Other winners for the Maize and Blue
included Kevin Williamsonin the 100-
Syardfreestyle, senior co-captain John
Slykhouse in the 200-yard freestyle, and
Tom Ernsting in the 200-yard breast-
Bruce Gemmell, who Farley praised
as having a fine meet, took first place
in the 200-yard backstroke, and also
finished a strong second in the 200-yard
freestyle. Michigan's final winner was
the 400-yard medley relay team of Paco
Santana, Ernsting, Scott Crowder, and
Mark Noetzel, which opened the meet
with a win in a time of 3:32.72.
Farley was very pleased with, his
team following the meet. "This was not
an easy meet for us," he said. "Ohio
State is a good team. We won this meet
easily because we swam extremely
Farley also commented on the up-
coming Big Ten Championships.
"We're doing a lot of quality work (in
practice). I think we're on a good
schedule and it's going to show," he
said. He also feels that there are
several swimmers on the team who are
improving significantly, and who will
have good chances at placing well in the
conference showdown in Milwaukee,
The Wolverines next hit the water
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