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Page 8 Sunday, November 23, 1980 The Michigan Daily

FRICKER SUPERB IN WIN

Icers top Badgers, 3-1

BY GREG DeGULIS
Similar to their Rose Bowl-bound
football counterparts in Columbus, the
Michigan icers produced a stellar
defensive performance defeating the
Badgers of Wisconsin 3-1 in front of 3509
at Yost Arena last night. Michigan
goalie Paul Fricker made a total of 46
saves against the Badgers while gar-
nering star of the game honors for the
Wolverines.
The split with the Badgers grants the
Wolverines a 7-5 overall record in-
cluding a 4-4 mark in the all-important
WCHA standings. The win prompted
acting coach John Giordano to com-
nWent on the status of the hard working
Michigan icers. "We're still a team
that's trying to find an identity," Gior-
dano explained. "We don't know
whether to score goals or play defen-
se."
Well, last night, the Michigan icers
chose to play defense. Although the
Badgers attempted an incredible 94
shots through three periods on the
weary Fricker, the Michigan defense
managed to shut out the Badgers until
11:05 of the final stanza. The last time
the Badgers were shut out in WCHA
competition stems all the way back to
1972 when the Minnesota Gophers
managed to blank the Wisconsin icers.
Fricker's shutout bid was spoiled by
junior right winger Ken Keryluk who
dented the nets for Wisconsin at 11:0 5 of
the final stanza. Badger left winger Ted

Pearson raced down the wing with
Michigan defensemen Dave Richter
right on his back attempting to ride the
Wisconsin attacker into the boards.
Pearson managed to fight off Richter
and the Badger left winger released a
quick pass to Keryluk all alone in front
of the Michigan goal. Keryluk calmly
fired a wrist shot beating Fricker and
spoiling the shutout bid.
The Michigan icers also chose to play
some offense as senior right winger
Roger Bourne knocked in two goals and
emerging freshman Kelly McCrimmon
scored one more, raising his series total
to three goals. Bourne captured the
offensive star of the game honors with
his third and fourth goals of the season.
Bourne scored the first goal of the
game at 7:44 of the first period when the
senior right winger picked up a Gordie
Hampson pass off the boards on the fly,
wound up and fired a close range slap-
shot to beat Badger goalie Jamey
Gremore, putting Michigan up 1-0:
Freshman left winger McCrimmon
teamed up with sophomore right
winger Ted Speers to chalk up
Michigan's second goal. Speers and
McCrimmon flew down the ice on a two-
on-one break with Speers rifling a wrist
shot on goalie Gremore. The puck
rebounded out in front of the goal and a
Wisconsin defenseman tried to smother
the black disc but McCrimmon dug the
puck out and knocked it into the goal
amidst a swarm of red jersies.

Bourne garnered Michigan's in-
surance goal at 8:39 of the third period
mainly due to the hustle of junior right
winger Dennis May. A Wisconsin slap-
shot from the point was blocked by
Michigan with the puck richocheted
past the red line creating a breakaway
opportunity for the racing May.
Wisconsin defenseman Bruce Driver
broke up the breakaway attempt but
May regained control of the puck and
waited for the rest of the Wolverines to
catchup. Bourne was the first to arrive
in front of the Wisconsin goal and May
hit the streaking Bourne with a crisp
pass. Bourne then found the nets with a
high wrist shot, putting Michigan up 3-
0.
Bourne Again
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Bourne (Hampson, Manning) 12:16.
Penalties: M-Mccrimmon (tripping) 3:13;
W-Welsh (holding) 7:21; W-Lebler (high sticking)
14:48; M-May (holding) 17:13.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. M-McCrimmon (Speers; Richter)
15:23.
Penalties: M-Richter (holding) 1:43; W-Pear-
son (interference) 2:50; W-Lecy (holding) 6:31;
W-Ethier (roughing) 7:25; M-Richmond
(roughing) 7:25; W-Pearson (game misconduct)
19:39.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 3. M-Bourne (May) 8:39; 4. W-Koryluk
(Pearson, McFarlane) 11:05.
Penalties: M-Tippett (hooking) 1:24.
SAVES
.1 2 3 - total
M-Fricker .......................21 15 10 - 46
W-Gremore ....................... 7 14 16 - 37

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uSyrhr AP Phot e
Purdue's Steve Bryant soars through the air after being hit by Indiana's Chuck Alexander, when going for a pass from
quarterback Mark Herrmann. The pass was incomplete but Indiana was charged with pass interference, giving Purdue
a first down inside Indiana territory. Purdue later upended the Hoosiers, 24-23.

Purdue,
slips by
Indiana,
24-2 3

WEST LAFAYETTE (AP)-Purdue linebacker
Mike Marks batted down Indiana quarterback Tim
Clifford's conversion pass attempt with 17 seconds to
go yesterday, saving the Boilermakers' 24-23 Big Ten
conference football victory over the Hoosiers.
The Hoosiers trailed 24-17 but pulled within one
point on a 10-yard touchdown pass from Clifford to
Steve Corso, capping a 65-yard drive in the closing
minutes. After Marks broke up the conversion play,
the Hoosiers had one more chance when they
recovered an onside kick at midfield.
Indiana reached the Purdue 42, but Don Geisler's
59-yard field goal try failed as time ran out.
The Boilermakers trailed 10-0 early in the game but
rode the passing of quarterback, Mark Herrmann to
victory in the second half. Herrmann, who completed
19 of 23 passes for 323 yards, rifled a 20-yard touch-
down pass to Bart Burrell and set up two short touch-

down runs by Ben McCall.
The Boilermakers trailed 10-3 at halftime before
Herrmann started his aerial show, hitting 11 straight
passes at one stretch.

Big Ten

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the off-season in the wake of the Hawkeyes
shockingly easy 41-0 rout of Michigan State yesterday
in the Big Ten finale for both teams.
"It was a real fine victory," Fry told reporters af-
terwards.
"The winter's going to be warmer because of it.
"It you can win so impressively, it's got to be a
great confidence builder. It's been a season of in-
juries and mistakes, so today it was really gratifying
to see the defense put together a shutout."
Wisconsin 25, Minnesota 7
MADISON (AP)-Freshman quarterback Jess
Cole ran for four touchdowns, including a 52-yard
dash for the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter,
leading Wisconsin to a 25-7 Big Ten college football
victory over Minnesota yesterday.

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Roundup.
Iowa 41, Michigan State 0

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NCAA ROUNDUP:
Oklahoma upsets Nebras]

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP)-Oklahoma
freshman Buster Rhymes ran 1 yard
for a touchdown with 56 seconds
remaining yesterday, lifting the ninth-
ranked Sooners to a dramatic 21-17 vic-
tory over fourth-ranked Nebraska.
Rhymes' touchdown capped an 80-
yard drive that began after Nebraska
took a 17-14 lead with 3:16 to play on
quarterback Jeff Quinn's touchdown
plunge from less than a yard out.
THE LAST-MINUTE touchdown
brought Oklahoma from behind for the
second time in the game. The Sooners
earlier overcame an 89-yard touchdown
dash by Nebraska's Jarvis Redwine
and erased a 10-0 deficit on 3-yard

scoring runs by J.C. Watts and Chet
Winters late in the second period.
UCLA 20 USC 17
LOS ANGELES (AP)-Backup quar-
terback Jay Schroeder hooked up with
tailback Freeman McNeil on a 58-yard
pass play with 2:07 remaining yester-
day to lift UCLA to a 20-17 victory over
crosstown rival Southern California.
Shroeder's pass to McNeil was
deflected off the hands of Southern Cal
defensive back Jeff Fisher at about the
USC 40-yard line. McNeil gathered in
the ball and raced down the left sideline
untouched for the winning touchdown.
SOUTHERN CAL had one final chan-
ce after the Schroeder to McNeil touch-
down play, but time expired with the
Trojans at the UCLA 24-yard lipe.
Washington 30
Washington St. 23
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP)-Quarter-
back Tom Flick fired three touchdown
passes yeaterday as the 16th-ranked

Rose Bowl-bound Washington Huskies
overcame a 14-0 deficit late in the first
half to beat Washington State 30-23.
Flick teamed with Paul Skanski,
Aaron Williams and Anthony Allen for
scoring strikes of 22, 41 and 47-yards
respectively.
WASHINGTON State had a chance to
win the game until safety Ken Gardner
intercepted a Samoa Samoa pass to
give Washington the ball with 1:05
remaining.
Clemson 27
South Carolina 6
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP)-Senior safety
Willie Underwood ran an intercepted
pass back 37 yards for a Clemson
touchdown as the underdog Tigers up-
set 14th-ranked South Carolina 27-6
yesterday.
In addition to Underwood's touch-
down, quarterback Homer Jordan
sneaked 1 yard late in the third period,
and fullback Jeff McCall scored on a 15-
yard run just before the game ended.

Big Ten
Conf. Overall :
MICHIGAN ............8 0 9 2 0b
Ohio State ............. 7 1 9 2a0
Purdue ................7 1 8 3 0
Iowa ..................4 4 4 7 0
Minnesota ............. 4 5 5 6 0
Indiana ..............3 5 6 5 0v
Wisconsin............3 5 4 7 0:
Illinois ............. 3 5 3 7 1~
Michigan State......2 6 3 8 0
Northwestern.......0 9 0 11 0
Yesterday's Scores
MICHIGAN 9, Ohio State 3
Iowa 34, Michigan State 0
Purdue 24,Indiana 23
Wisconsin 25, Minnesota 7
ka,21-17
GAMECOCK tailback George,
Rogers, the nation's second-leading
rusher, gained over 100 yards for 11th ;
time this year. But South Carolina's
scoring was limited to field goals by:
Eddie Leopard from 29 and 39 yards;
out.
Baylor16Texas0
WACO, Texas (AP)-Full-back Den-
nis Gentry rambled 64 and 16 yards;
through the rain for touchdowns Satur-
day and Baylor's ballhawking defense,
made them stand with a 16-0 victory
over theTexas Longhorns.
The No. 12-ranked Bears intercepted
four passes against the 20th-ranked
Longhorns who tried two quarterbacks,
Donnie Little and Rick Mcivor to no
avail.
Gentry carved out 130 yards on 22
carries while halfback 'Walter Aber-4
crombie collected 109 on 30 carries. be
SCORES
SCORES
College Football
EAST
Boston College 13, Massachusetts 12
Brown 31, Columbia 13
Cornell 31, Pennsylvania 9,4
C. W. Post27, Kings Point 14
Iona 51, Brooklyn College 0 -
Lehigh 32, Lafayette 0
Princeton 27, Dartmouth 24

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DEMONS WIN 86-80
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP)-Mark
Aguirre scored seven of his game-high
24 points to lead a decisive 13-3 burst
late in the second half as DePaul whip-
ped Louisville's defending national
champions 86-80 in the second annual
Hall of Fame Tipoff Basketball Classic
yesterday.

The two Top Ten powers never were
more than six points apart before the
second-ranked Blue Demons broke the
game open against the third-ranked
Cardinals behind their super-star for-
ward.
The Cardinals were led by Derek
Smith's 25 points and 13 rebounds.

Syracuse 20, W. Virginia 7
Villanova 23, Temple 7
Yale 14, Harvard 0
SOUTH
Clemson 27, South Carolina 6
Furman 28, Citadel 15
Jackson St. 37, Alcorn St. 16
Maryland 31, Virginia 0
Memphis St. 6, Wichita St. 0
Miami Fla. 26, N. Texas St. 8
Mississippi St. 19, Mississippi 14
North Carolina 44, Duke 21
North Carolina St. 36, E. Carolina 14
Richmond 26, William & Mary 14
Tennessee 45, Kentucky 14
Vanderbilt 31, Tn. Chattanooga 29
Wake Forest 28, Appalachian St. 16
MIDWEST
Ball St. 28, Indiana St. 21
Cincinnati 23, Miami, Ohio 13
Kansas St. 17, Colorado 14
Kent St. 34 Toledo 14
Missouri 31, Kansas 6i

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