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The Michigan Daily

Saturday, November 15, 1980 Page 9

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MILBURN NOTCHES GAME-WINNER

Surging icers skate

by Huskies,.5-4

By DAN CONLIN
Special to the Daily
UGHTON-With 'Huskie hysteria'
ing in the stands, and the constant
t of Fricker. . . Fricker ... Fricker
om the crowd, the Wolverines sur-
a blazing third period to capture a
ictory over Michigan Tech at the.
nt Ice Arena yesterday.
ense hitting by both teams in the
two periods ignited the Tech fans
had the Wolverines - fighting for
lives.
CHIGAN goalie Paul Fricker was
ded with shots for the first twelve
ites of the third period without
bing a goal. At 12:17, Tech's Mark
:ovich tied the game at four on a
shot from the point.
ichigan silenced the crowd 31

seconds later as Joe Milburn beat
Michigan Tech goalie Darcy Way on
assists fromPaul Brandrup and John
Blum at 12:58.
The final minutes of the third period
saw all the action in the Michigan end,
as Fricker continually turned back
shots.
THE MICHIGAN goalie totaled 44
saves last night after stocking up 62.
saves last weekend against Michigan
State. For his performance, the
sophomore netminder was named the
number one star of the game.
In the first period, sluggish and slop-
py play led to three early Michigan
goals.
At 12:12 in the period, Steve Rich-
mond led Bium at the blue line, who in
turn hit Milburn on a two-on-one break.

Milburn returned the pass back to Blum
who deked Way out of position, leavingI
'the net open for the score.
FRESHMAN Kelly McCrimmon ,
sparked the second goal for the
Wolverines at 10:10 as he caught the
Onefor t
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring- 1. M-Blum (Milburn, Richmond) 2:12;
M-Richmond (Bourne, Brandrup) 10:10; 3.
M-Mars (Milburn, Brandrup) 13:57; 4. MT-Wat-
ters (Boehm, Mickalich) 16:25.
Penalties- M-Perry (hooking 7:19; MT-Wat-
ters (holding) 9:30; M-Yoxheimer (tripping) 15:50.
SECOND PERIOD
Scorig- 5. MT-Lauen (Scott, Bader) 6:07;'6.
M-May (Hampson, Blum) 6:34; 7. MT-Zuke
(unassisted) 10:51.
Penalties- M-Richmond (tripping) 0:53;
MT-Bissett (holding) 8:05; M-Lundberg

puck in front of the net and
to Brandrup, who with
closed in on the Huskie1
Brandrup's rebound was
Way by a pouncing Richmon
At 13:57, Michigan tallie
he road
(roughing) 8:05; M-Blum (tripping)
dberg (roughing) 10:51; MT-Johns
10:51; MT-Johansson (charging) 1
(tripping) 13:33; M-Brandrup (roug
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring-8. MT-Palkovich (Hjel
12:17; 9. M-Milburn (Brandup, Mar
Penalties-none.
SAVES
M-Fricker ................10
MT-Way.................12

I passed out goal and it looked like a runaway might
Richmond, be in store. Milburn lured the lone
goaltender. defender away from the slot and was
lifted past able to lead Jeff Mars.
nd. Mars shot from the slot beat Way in
ed the third the upper right hand corner of the net.
The Huskies got on the board at 16:25,
but Fricker made them work for the
score. Steve Yoxheimer went to the
) 8:58; M-Lun- penalty box for tripping, setting up the
ston (roughing) Tech power play. Fricker was bombar-
0:51; MT-Stilesply
ghing) 16:05. ded with three shots, but deflected
each. The third shot hit Fricke'r's skate,
mquist, Boehm) leaving the Michigan goalie sprawled
rs) 12:58. on the ice. Before he could recover,
defenseman Tim Watters hit the open
net for Tech.
THE HUSKIES set the tone for the
21 13- 44 second period by their aggressive play
8 11 -31at the outset. At 6:07, Tech got a three-
on-two break against the physical Brion
Lundberg-Blum defense. Mike Lauen
barrelled towards Fricker with Lun-
dberg hanging on his shoulder. Lauen's
shot beat Fricker, closing the score to 3-
Michigan retaliated 27 seconds later
at 6:34. Gordie Hampson's shot from

the point rebounded to Dennis May who
slipped the puck past Way, giving the
Wolverines a 4-2 lead.
Overly physical play left Michigan on
the short end when Lundberg was sent
off for roughing at 8:58 along with Blum
for tripping. One Huskie was sent off for
roughing, leaving the Wolverines with a
four-on-three disadvantage.
A TEAM effort killed the penalties
without a goal, but with both teams at
full strength, the hitting intensified. At
15:01, Fricker's skates were knocked
out from under him in a fury in front of
the net. Ron Zuke's centering pass
deflected off the falling Fricker and in-
to the net.
Lundberg, in defense of Fricker,
roughed all of the Huskies who were
around the net. The following com-
motion sent two Tech players to the
penalty box along with Lundberg.
Michigan was unable to capitalize on
the four-on-three advantage and the
period ended with the Wolverines
leading, 4-3.

Aerial assauft

Ierrmann a threat to blue roses

THE LINEUPS

MICHIGAN

PURDUE

By ALAN FANGER
mporarily push aside, if you will, the fact that
est team in the Pacific-10 conference may not
ar in the Rose Bowl New Year's Day.
body could ever convince the Wolverines that
roses don't mean everything in the world.
demic probations or no, the symbolic and
tional value associated with that trip to
dena is still- the overriding concern of Bo'
mbechler's team.
d the whole bowl of roses is on the line for real
afternoon, when Michigan entertains Purdue in a
5 p.m. contest at Michigan Stadium.
pth teams, along with Ohio State, are undefeated
Big Ten play, and since the Boilermakers and
keyes do not face one another, the Wolverines
st win both today's game and next Saturday's en-
nter in Columbus if they are to return West for the
t time in two years.
Our destiny is in our own hands," said Schem-
hler. "We are in a position where we can control
it happens to us in terms of the Big Ten race."
urdue, meanwhile, has been a red-hot team offen-
aly and is expected to pose a formidable challenge
the Michigan defense, especially the secondary.
,hembechler readily admits that "Purdue will*
e on us. They have too many offensive weapons to
completely. We are just going to have to outscore
he foremost weapon in the Purdue attack is quar-
)ack Mark Herrmann, the fourth-year starter who
been given substantial publicity as a candidate

for the coveted Heisman Trophy. While Herrmann
has not had great success against the Wolverines in
his three previous years, he is coming off a 439-yard
passing effort against Iowa.
"This is a better offensive team than we played a
year ago," said Schembechler. You can't un-
derestimate what Herrmann has done."

Broadcasts

of today's

Michigan-Purdue game
can be heard beginning at
12 noon on WJR (760

mann's aerials.
If the Boilermakers have a weakness, it is their
defense.
A rather erratic unit, it yielded 26 points to Michigan
State and 31 to 0-10 Northwestern. But Schembechler
nonetheless maintains that "it's a good defense -
really improved since the beginning of the year."
"(Outside linebacker Tom) Kingsbury's back. He's
good. And (defensive tackle Calvin) Clark's very
good," said Schembechler.
Purdue coach Jim Young, a former assistant to
Schembechler, had similar words of praise for the
/Michigan defense.
"Defensively, they're very sound," he said. "They
play the typical Michigan defense. They don't give
you very much. They move quickly, play a lot of zone
pass coverage and flow well to the ball. It will be the
toughest defense against the pass we've faced this
year.
The Boilermakers, of course, can look back with
pride on their performance against Michigan last
year in West Lafayette. After jumping out to a 24-6
lead, they managed to hold off the emotionally-
charged Wolverines on a late-game drive to win 24-21.
The following week, they defeated Indiana and ear-
ned a trip to the Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl.
Michigan, as a result of that defeat, was virtually
eliminated from Rose Bowl contention.
The game will be highlighted by the appearance of
Chad Zemin, the People's Republic of China am-
bassador to the United States. Zemin's visit will mark
his first exposure to football.

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Norm Betts.. (230)
Ed Muransky (270)
Kurt Becker. (255)
George Lilja. (255)
John Powers. (255)
Bubba Paris. (270)
Anthony Carter(161)
Alan Mitchell(185)
John Wangler(192)
Stan Edwards(205)
Butch Woolfolk(207)

TE
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LG
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WR
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QB
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Henry Feil.. (250)
Steve Bryant. (185)
Bart Burrell. (185)
M. Herrmann(190)
John Macon.. (205)
Jimmy Smith(103)

OFFENSE

Dave Young.
Tom Jelesky.
Ray Gunner..
Pete Quinn...
Tim Hull.....

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DEFENSE

AM), WWJ

(950 AM),

WPAG (1050 AM), WAAM

(1600 AM),
(91.7 FM).

and WUOM

Herrihann is accompanied by a top-flight corps of
receivers, including tight end Dave Young, who last
Saturday set the Big Ten record for career recep-
tions. Split receivers Bart Burrell and Steve Bryant,
while not possessing great size or speed, have
developed successful ways of getting open for Herr-

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Mel Owens...,(230)
R. Thompson(215)
Mike Trgovac(235)
W. Carraway(235)
Jeff Shaw.... (250)
J. Herrmann. (215)
A. Cannavitlo(220)
Keith Bostic. (198)
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Tony Jackson(173)

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David Frye..#
Calvin Clark.i
Paul Hanna..
Tom Munro..+
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James Looney(221)
Tim Seneff... (207)
Bill Kay..... (194)
R. Williams.. (179)
M. McKinnie. (193)

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emain
evinei
,HICAGO (AP) - Notre Dame
cb Dan Devine denied published
orts early yesterday that he had
ersed his decision to retire at the
clusion of this season and return to
ch the Fighting Irish football team
more year.
'NOTHING could be further from the
th. I hate to get into a contest with
ebody, but that's clearly irrespon-
le journalism," said Devine in a
ephone interview from his South
nd, Ind., home. "There is no basis
atsoever for that story."
he Chicago Tribune had said in a
pyrighted story in yesterday's
'tions that Devine, who took over at
tre Dame when Ara Parseghian
tired in 1975, had reversed his
cision to leave the South Bend, Ind.,-
hool, a move he announced earlier
isseason. His record at Notre Dame
54-14-1, including a national chain-
nship in 1977.
IM SCORES
THURSDAY
Hockey
mbda losers 1, Psi Upsilon Owls 0
ed School Fools 4, Fiji Islanders 1
e Holes 3, Aerospace Engineers 2
Volleyball
Women's
enerics 15-15, Andi's Bar & Grill 0-3
ironson 'A' 15-15, 1-0 Stock well 64
Co-Rec
Dutchmen Plus Two 15-17, South Quad Spikers 7-15
aspital Administration 15-15, St. Mary's 7-8
hantom Daze 11-15-16. Purple Spikers 15-5-15
he Eclectics 15-15, Leftovers 9-5
I Spikers 2-2, vectors 0-0 (forfeit)
ghtweights 15-15, Amoebas 5-9
lpha Phi Omega 16-15, S-H Hitters 14-7
OC 15-15, "A" 10-9
Logie Oogies 2-2, wisps 0-0 (forfeit)
avka's Mawkas 9-15-15. Harvey's Repairs 15-11-7
mething Different 15-15, "B" 7-1
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