The Department of Romance Languages
The Annual Hayward Keniston Lecture
In The Ancien Regeme"
Monday, October 27
Sunday, October 26, 1980
The Michigan Doily
Icers bust Broncos, 5-1
'Exultation in dance."
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In Its 102nd Year
By DAN CONLIN
Special to the Daily
defense held off the never-ending
Western Michigan offensive pressure'
last night in allowing just one goal,
while intermittent offensive trips down.
the ice provided the Wolverines with a
Michigan goalie Paul Fricker, with 25
saves, went unblemished until the third
period when, leading 4-0 and with 7:14
left, he was beaten by Western
Michigan's Dave Berthelsen on a pass
from behind the net from Kelly Mit-
Memories of Friday night-when the
Broncos pushed home five third-period
goals-lingered in the air. But the
Wolverine defense proved much more
Penalties-WMU-Barley (slashing) 7:32; M-
Hampton (interference) 7:32; M=Augimeri (trip-
ping) 11:31; WMU-Johannesen (roughing) 14:04;
WMU-Rue (holding) 17:19.
Scoring-1. M-Brandrup (Milburn, Richmond)
1:29; 2. M-Krussman (Hampson, May) 7:27; 3. M-
Spears (Tippett, Bourne) 12:42.
Penalties-M-May(elbowing) 1:07; WMU-
Johannesen (roughing) 1:07; M-Augimeri (trip-
ping) 9:41; M-Krussman (elbowing) 13:42; WMU-
Coulter (roughing) 17:54; M-Lundberg (roughing,
ten minute misconduct) 17:54; WMU-Johannesen
(roughing) 19:54; M-Milburn (roughing) 19:54.
confident last night and warded off all
With 2:01 remaining,Michigan's Don
Krussman scored the final goal of the
game from the crease on assists from
Dennis May and Gordie Hampson. Jeff
Mars had begun the scoring for
Michigan in the third period with a
slapshot off a pass from Joe Milburn
with 10:48 left to beat Western goalie
Steve Abbott and give Michigan a 4-0
"We learned a lesson from last
night-the lesson is we have to play
tough defense in the third period, not
like last night," said assistant coach
John Giordano. "We always took the
man tonight instead of the puck.
"We are not a very talented team;
Scoring-4. M-Mars (Tippett, Milburn) 9:12; 5.
WMU-Berthlesen (Mitchell, Blanchard) 12:46;
6. M-KrussmandHampson, May) 17:59.
Penalties-M-McCrimmon (slashing) 4:17; M-
Hampson (holding) 10:41.
there are no stars-just hard workers,"
Michigan made its few offensive
moments fruitful in the second period
by scoring three goals, while the
majority of the period was spent in the
Michigan end. Fricker turned away 12
shots while having an outstanding
The first goal of the game came with
1:49 gone in the second period and each
team one man short. Steve Richmond
took a pass from Milburn, and hit Paul
Brandrup at the left circle. Brandrup's
slapshot beat Abbott cleanly, just cat-
ching the lower right side of the net.
The assist makes Richmond Michigan's
leading team scorer.
With 12:13 gone, on a rare trip to the
Bronco end, Michigan's Krussman
took the rebound of his own slapshot,
moved to the left, and slipped the puck
into the open net.
Ted Speers added a third goal as he
beat Abbott with 7:18 left in the second
period. Speers' low shot slid right
through the legs of the Bronco goalie.
Brad Tippett and Roger Bourne were
credited with the assist.
Sloppy play on both sides took away
from the action in the scoreless first
period. Michigan was frustrated on the
... team's leading scorer
power play which Friday night had
produced goals on its first three Attem-
pts. Twice Michigan was unable to
capitalize on its power plays and the
shots taken were easily stopped by Ab-
Neither team took control of the first
period, as both goalies turned back the
consistently weak shots with ease.
WMU-Abbott ............. 15
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Stickers roll past Ball St., 2-0
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Tickets at the
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The women's field hockey team made
the best of poor weather and field con-
ditions yesterday morning, sliding past
Ball State, 2-0, at Ferry Field.
The Wolverines were paced by reser-
ve freshman Beth Thompson, who
came into the game and scored both
Michigan goals. The effort by Thom-"
pson won her offensive player of the
THE CONTEST went scoreless
through the first half, despite constant
offensive pressure by the Wolverines.
Michigan finally made its efforts pay
off in the second half, thanks to Thom-
Thompson was assisted on the first
goal by fellow freshman Denise Comby.
The second goal came a few minutes
later, with an assist going to junior co-
captain Betsy Coke.
A fine Michigan defensive effort was
highlighted by the flawless performan-
ce of freshman goalie Nancy Hir-
sch,who was aided by her teammates'
ability to keep the ball out of her
HAVE DINNER WITH
Charley THIS WEEK
A bowl of chili, a slice of co
The victory was the tenth this season
for the Wolverines, against seven losses
and no ties. The stickers play the
last game of the regular season Wed-
nesday at Ferry Field against Toledo at
4 p.m. -
SUN CITY, Bophuthatswana
(AP)-Mike Weaver survived a
barrage of crashing right hands from
Gerrie Coetzee in the eighth round and
slammed the South African challenger
to the floor with a 13th-round knockout
yesterday to retain his World Boxing
Association heavyweight title.
Coetzee fell like a tree when Weaver
connected with a crunching left hand to
COETZEF STAYED in his room at
the hotel for the post-fight news con-
ference. But his trainer, Alan Toweel,
said: "One knockout means nothing.
Gerrie will be back."
Weaver was complimentary toward
Coetzee in his post-fight comments. He
said Coetzee was a tough opponent.
"Sure he hurt me," said Weaver, who
didn't show too much wear and tear.
"Coetzee is the hardest puncher I've
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ALLAN AUBREY BOESAK, Coloured South African LiberatiQn Theoloqjan
Author: Farewell to Innocence: A Socio-ethical Study on Black Theology
Sun., 6:00 Campus Chapel 1236 Washtenaw
"Black Liberation Theology in South Africa"
Mon., 9:30-11:30 Trotter House, 1443 Washtenaw
"Black Liberation Theology in South Africa"
8:00 pm Whitney Auditorium, School of Education
"The Uprising of Mixed Race Students in South Africa-1980"
NEIL PARSONS, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Oxford Univ.
Wed. noon, Oct. 29Lorch Hall 246
"REWORKING SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY FOR SCHOOLS"
PROF. CHARLES LONG, University of North Carolina
Wed., 7:00 pm Schorling Auditorium, School of Education
"BLACK RELIGION AND HISTORICAL REALITY"
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