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Sunday, November 16, 1980

The Michigan Daily

Tech upends icers,

5-3

4'

By DAN CONLIN
Special to the Daily
HOUGHTON-The Michigan hockey
team could not come back from an
early three point deficit in the third
period as a tenacious Michigan Tech
Huskie defense held off the Wolverines
Tech-nickel
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. MT-Boehm (Mickalich) 2:35; 2.
M-Manning (Blum, Bourne) 11:12; 3. MT-Lauen
(Waiters, DeNat) 12:10.
Penalties: M-Bourne (tripping) 3:11; MT-John-
ston (tripping) 4:41; M-Perry (holding) 7:24;
MT-O'Conner (interference) 10:05; M-Krussman
(tripping) 18:51.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 4. MT-Terry (Watters, DeNat) 4:57; 5.
M-May (Milburn, Brandrup) 6:22; 6. MT-Perry.
(Mickalich, Johansson) 11:17.
Penalties: MT-Palkovich (roughing) 1:57;
M-May (roughing) 1:57; M-Lundberg (charging)
3:11; MT-Honston (tripping) 7:36; M-Lundberg
(interference) 11:43; M-Milburn (highsticking)
11:42; Speers (hooking) 18:49.
THIRD PERIOD -
Scoring: 7. MT-Watters (Boehm, Michalich)
4:27; 8. M-McCrimmon (Speers, Tippett) 8:02.
Penalties: MT-O'Connor (cross-checking) 2:22;
MT-Zuke (hooking) 11:52; MT-O'Connor
(highsticking) 16:43; MT-Schwartz (tripping)
19:31.
SAVES
Fricker (M) ......................8 16 10 - 34
PolmanTuin (MT) ................4 7 9 - 20
II-

Loss drops Michigan
to 3-3 in WCHA

for a 5-3 win last night. Michigan bat-
tled all period but could only come up
with one goal while shuting down the
Huskies before 3,258 Tech fans.
The split of this weekend's series
leaves Michigan 3-3 in the WCHA while
Tech moves to 2-2 in the conference.
At the start of the third period
Michigan's Ted Speers remained in the
box for a second period hooking
penalty. With just 20 seconds gone,
Tech's Tim Watter slapped on the
rebound off a shot by Rich Boehm into a
free net. Michigan goalie Paul Fricker,
who had 34 saves of the night, had
moved out of the crease to cut the angle
and was helpless. The goal put the
Wolverines down 5-2.
Michigan's Kelly McCrimmon scored
at 8:02 after a series of shots the
Wolverines had launched in
desperation. Speers dug the puck from
behind the net and fed sophomore Brad
Tippett whose slap shot was blocked by
Huskie goal tender Rob PolmanTuin.
McCrimmon pounced on the rebound
for the final goal of the night.

Michigan consistently crippled them-
selves by having men in the penalty box
much to the delight of the 3,258 Huskie
fans.
With some four minutes gone in the
second period, Denise May joined Brian
Lundberg and a Huskie in the penalty
boxes, leaving the Wolverines at a 3-4
skating disadvantage. At 4:57 Fricker
deflected a shot by Boehm, then went
for the rebounding puck but freshman
Bill Terry put the puck away before
Fricker could reach it, making the
score 3-1.
In the first period, Fricker got off to a
shaky start as Boehm slipped a shot
past both Lundberg and Fricker at 2:35.
The goal caught Fricker by surprise,
which started the Huskie cheers for the
night. The assist went to Al Mickalich.
But the consistent Tech goal tending,
which has plagued them all year,
returned to form at 11:12, as Michigan's
captain Tim Manning's floated a long
slap shot past PolmanTuin to tie the
game at 1-1. The unscreened Huskie net

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minder clearly misjudged the puck
which hit the center of the net looting
his outstretched glove.
Tech's Mike Lauen beat Fricker at
12:10 to give the Huskies a 2-1 advan-
tage. Jeff Johnston's centering pass
lured Fricker out of position and Lauen
knocked the puck past the Michigan,
goalie.

I

ND, GEORGIA GO TO SUGAR

Top teams go 'bowling'

11

After ten weeks of speculation, the
bowl picture has finally. become clear.
Bowl bids were first extended at 6 p.m.
yesterday, and the top teams in the
nation quickly gobbled up the best bowl
games.
Top-rated Georgia will meet Notre
Dame in the Sugar Bowl, in a game that
could decide the national champion-
ship. The Rose Bowl will match the
Washington Huskies against the winner
of next week's Michigan-Ohio State
game. The loser of that game will face
Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl on
December 26.
The Gator Bowl will feature a match-
up of Heisman trophy candidates. The
nation's leading rusher, George
Rogers, will lead the Gamecocks of
South Carolina against the nation's best
defensive player, Hugh Green, and the
rest of the Pittsburgh Panthers.
The Orange Bowl is also shaping up
as a match-up of two top twenty teams.
Third-ranked Florida State will face the
winner of the Nebraska-Oklahoma
game next Saturday. Nebraska is
currently ranked fourth, while
Oklahoma is ranked eleventh.
In other important bowl match-ups,
Alabama will face Baylor in the Cotton
Bowl, while Purdue will face Missouri
in the Liberty Bowl.
The bowl season opens on December
13, with the Independence Bowl. The
Independence Bowl is the only bowl
that'has not announced the teams who
will compete.
Saturday, December 13
INDEPENDENCE BOWL
Teams to be announced
Sunday, December 14
GARDEN STATE BOWL
Navy (7-3) vs. Houston (5-4)
Friday, December 19

HOLIDAY BOWL
Southern Methodist (7-3) vs.
Brigham Young or Utah
Saturday, December 20
TANGERINE BOWL
Maryland (7-3) vs. Florida (7-2)
Friday, December 26
FIESTA BOWL
Penn State (9-1) vs. loser of
MICHIGAN (8-2)-Ohio State (9-1)
Saturday, December 27
HALL OF FAME BOWL
Tulane vs. team to be announced
LIBERTY BOWL
Purdue (7-3) vs. Missouri (7-3)
SUN BOWL
Mississippi State (8-2) vs. loser
of Oklahoma (7-2)-Nebraska
(9-1)
Monday, December 29
GATOR BOWL
Pittsburgh (9-1) vs. South

Carolina (8-2)
Wednesday, December 31
BLUEBONNET BOWL
North Carolina (9-1) vs. Texas
(7-2)
Thursday, January 1
COTTON BOWL
Alabama (8-2) vs. Baylor (9-1)
ORANGE BOWL
Florida State (9-1) vs. winner of
Oklahoma (7-2)-Nebraska (9-1)
SUGAR BOWL
Georgia (10-0) vs. Notre Dame..-,
(8-0-1)
ROSE BOWL
Washington (8-2) vs. winner of
MICHIGAN (8-2)-Ohio State
(9-1)
Friday, January 2
PEACH BOWL
Virginia Tech (8-3) vs. team to
be announced

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Runners go to finals

CHAMPAIGN - The Michigan mens'
cross country team qualified. for the
NCAA Championships by placing
second in the District IV Champion-
ships held yesterday at the University
of Illinois golf course. Indiana, who tied
the Wolverines for the Big Ten title two
weeks ago, won the meet with the top
four teams earned berths to the.NCAA
tournament.
The Hoosiers' Jim Spivey, the Big
Ten individual champion, placed first

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with a time of 29:47.6. He was followed
by two Wolverines, Dan Heikkinen
(29:49..2) and Brian Diemer (30.00.0).
OTHER MICHIGAN finishers in-
cluded Dave Lewis in ninth, Bill
Weidenbach 21st, and in 41st place,
Gary Parenteau.
"I thought we ran quite well this af-
ternoon," said Michigan coach Ron
Warhurst. "(Bill) Weidenbach ran into
the corner flag on the first turn and it
bounced up and hit him in the face and.Y
knocked him down. When he got up le
was next to last after 130 other run
ners."
Weidenback got back on his feet and
managed to finish 21st.
Illinois, running on its home course,
also qualified for the NCAA Champion-
ships by placing third.
Gymnasts place third
Special to The Daily
The Michigan men's gymnastics
team placed third in the Buckeye In-
vitational in Columbus, Ohio last night.
The team finished behind Illinois and.
Ohio State in the five-team meet.
Marshall Garfield was Michigan's
best all-around performer placing fifth
in the combined overall competition, as
well as capturing a sixth-place finish in
the parallel bars.
KEVIN MCKEE and Darrell Yee
both garnered first place in individual
events. McKee topped the field in the
floor exercises, while Yee placed first
in the rings, outpointing teammate.
Rick Kaufmann, who finished third.
The Wolverines' strongest event was
the parallel bars, in which three per
formers finished in the top six. Aside
from Garfield, Al Berger placed third,
and Dave Miller placed fifth. The

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