The Michigap Daily
Saturday, January 23, 1982
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past the Circle, 6-2
By MARTHA CRALL
if it -had been/ an opera, even the
usicians would have fallen asleep.
The Michigan hockey team turned in
a lackadaisical performance in beating
Illinois-Chicago Circle, 6-2, before a
sparse and unenthused Yost Ice Arena
crowd-of 1,957 last night.
AFTERWARDS, Michigan coach
John Giordano preferred to talk about
the future rather than the virtually
"We're coming back and we're star-
ting to play a little bit better," he said.
"It's going to take us a while to get back
where we were before Christmas, but
we're going to get back."
Chicago Circle coach John Kantarski
wasn't thrilled about his team's efforts
either. "The key was the second
period," he said. "We should have
scored some goals. That's been our
problem all year long. You have got to
put the puck away, finish the play and
we didn't do that.
"THIS CLUB is strong enough defen-
sively that if you don4't score those goals
when. you have the chance, they're
going to hold you," he said.
Michigan received a rare fine per-
formance from its power play, scoring
on two of five chances. Chicago Circle,
however, squandered nine of ten advan-
tages during the contest. In fact, the
Wolverines did just as well during
Chicago Circle's power plays!as the
Circle did, notching a shorthanded goal.
Chicago took a 1-0 lead at 3:49 when
its leading scorer, Bob Taylor, knocked
in a Rich Lazer shot from the point as
Michigan goalie Pete Mason fell.
THE WOLVERINES quickly tied it
up, though, on defenseman Dave
Richter's slapshot from just inside the
Chicago Circle zone 4ht past Rich
Blakey at 5:04.
Then came the most amazing goal of
all. Giordano said it was the longest
-silTumblers sil nefae
By STEVEN R. KAMEN
In an intensive dual meet with the Minnesota Gophers, the'
Michigan gymnasts won once again in the Big Ten, taking
their third conference victory in a row with a score of 271.65-
"It.was a super break in the sound barrier of 270 and that
the Minnesota team produced super competition," said
Michigan coach Newt Loken. "As a result both we and they
had to hustle, which resulted in both teams scoring over 270."
STIFF COMPETITION and excellent performances
characterized the entire meet, from Wolverine Marshall
Garfield's opening tumbling row-a round-off, flip-flop,
double-back-to Michigan gymnast Mike McKee's final
dismount from the high bar-a back-in-full-out.
A special highlight in the meet was the exceptionally high
score of 9.50 on the still ringl by Michigan's Rick Kaufmann.
"Rick Kaufmann, coming off a period of sickness, set his new
. career high," said Loken. Kaufmann attributed his success
to his new mount, which he has been perfecting.
Other individual highlights were the performances of
Wolverines Dino Manus and captain Nevin Hedlund. Manus,
with scores of 9.10, 9.30 and 9.15 on the pommel horse, still
rings and parallel bars, respectively, was a great contributor
to the team's victory. Hedlund, tying his old record of 9.45 on
the pommel horse, led the Wolverines to a three-point im-
provement on the event from last week's meet with Illinois. i
THE CONSISTENT McKee brothers, Mike and Kevin, also
ha an outstanding meet. Mike McKee with scores of 9.35 on1
the floor exercises took a second in the team's standing
behind his brother Kevin, who scored 9.40. In the vaulting
event, however, Kevin edged Mike by five one-hundreths of a
point with scores of 9.45 and 9.40.
1'ne team's victory as aescripea ay Loken as "a total team
victory, which I1am very proud of."
The Minnesota meet now leads the Michigan' gymnasts,
K. McKee now 3-0, to a dual meet with Big Ten favorite Ohio State, in
Columbus. Loken is now looking ahead for a week of hard
.. 9.45 vault work in order to prepare for this crucial meet.
goal he had seen that wasn't an open
netter. Kantarski called it a "gift from,
God." Mike Neff couldn't believe it.
The freshman Wolverine defensemii
got the puck from Joe Milburn's faceoff
deep in the Michigan zone and cleared
it the length of the ice. The shot was on
goal and the puck rolled on its side for
about 175 feet before skipping over
Blakey's stick and into the net. It was
Neff's first collegiate goal and it came
shorthanded at 11:47.
Milburn made it 3-1 at 16:22 of the fir-
Scoring: 1. CC-Taylor (Lazar, Jackman)3:39; 1.
M-Richter (Tippett, speers) 5:04; 2. M-Neff
(Milburn) 11:47; 3. M-Milburn (McCrimmon, Reid)
16:22; 2. CC-K. Mclntire (Smith, Didcott) 18:38.
Penalties. M-Richter (roughing) 1:22; CC-
Duncan (roughing) 1:22; M - McCrimmon (trip-
ping) 3:03: CC- Barnaski (cross checking) 4:29; M
- Du. May (interference) 11;43.
Scoring: 4. M- Richter (Richmond, Speers) .28;5.
M-Dn. May (Richter, Brandrup) 3:57.
Penalties: CC-Faico (slashing) :14; M - Bran-
drup (interference) 4:35; M - Speers (roughing)
10:22; M - McCaully (hooking) 16:52; M - Perry
(roughing) 18:18; CC-Jackman (roughing) 18:18..
Scoring: 6. M-Krussman (Yoxheimer, Rich-
Penalties: CC-Didcott (slashing) 2:42;
M-Krussman (holding) 2:36; ML-.Richter
(roughing) 4:26; CC-Jolnym (double roughing)
8:05; M-Brandrup (roughing) 8:05; M-Kobylarz
(charging) 8:42; CC-Reimer (hooking) 14:15;
M-McCauley (high-sticking, slashing) 14:47;
CC-Lazar (high-sticking) 14:47; M-Richmond
Due to weather conditions yesterday
the Purdue swimming team was unable
to make the trip for their meet with the
Wolverines last night, at Matt Mann
pool. The meet will be rescheduled for
some later date.
st before Chicago Circle's Ken McIn-
tyre scored at 18:38 to keep the game
close at the first intermission..
Richter scored his fifth season goal
and second of the game with only 28
seconds gone in the second. Dennis
May and Hon Krussman also notched
goals in the weakly played matchup.
Michigan (12-7-5) and Chicago Circle
(4-16) conclude the two-game series
tonight at Yost Ice Arena beginning at
Daily Photo by MIKE LUCAS
WOLVERINES CO-CAPTAIN Steve Richmond races in on Chicago Circle
goalie Rich Blakey late in second period action last night at Yost Arena, but
didn't score. Michigan prevailed by a score of 6-2.
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Reggie Jackson and Jeanne Walsh hold onto a 12-foot-long python as they frolic at Crandon Park on Key Biscayne.
Although Reggie is filming ABC's Superstars in the Miami area, he still found time to sign a multi-year contract with
the California Angels yesterday.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP)- After five
turbulent seasons with the New York.
Yankees, free agent slugger Reggie
Jackson has agreed to a multiyear con-
tract with the California Angels, the
American League team announced last
"It's now official," Arthur E. "Red"
Patterson. assistant to the chairman of
Buzzie Bavasi, the Angels' executive
vice president, said earlier in the week
that the California club would compen-
sate the Yankees if it signed Jackson.
HIS STATEMENT drew an angry
reply from Marvin Miller, executive
director of the Major League Baseball
Plavers Association. who pointed out