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The Michigan Daily Saturday, January 30, 1982 Page 7

B1
By MAR
The Falcon ho
be more than N
last night as the
into a Bowlingt
Arena.
And whern the1
with the first-pl
the Wolverines
locker room wit]
the first ever for
at Yost and only
the Falcons in ti
the two teams.
"WE BEAT
team;" said Bow
York. "It was
but clean. Th
istakes made

owlingGr
.K BOROWSKI minutes but only Bowling Green was
ockey frenzy proved t able to capitablize on a power play op-
ickiy aranzypred fo portunity.
lichigan bargained for George McPhee, the Falcons' all-
ey turned a close game tme leading scorer, gave his team a 1-0
Green blowout at Yost lead at 10:42 of the period. Defenseman
Brian MacLellan laid a perfect pass on-
hard-hitting showdown to the stick of center Brian Hills, who
ace Falcons was over, slid the puck in front to McPhee, who
could only head to the slammed it home.
r a 6-2l ss. The wn was Less than three minutes later,
ra Bowling Green team Bowling Green added another goal to go
y the second victory for out on top, 2-0. Left wing Dave O'Brian
he 14 meetings between got credit for the score that dribbled in
good Michigan off a Wolverine skate just 10 seconds af-
a very gendcoachgery ter Michigan killed off a checking from
ling Green coach Jerry behind penalty against defenseman
a very physical game, Mike Neff.
ere weren't a lot of THE WOLVERINES came out flying
by the two teams. It in the second period and quickly knot-

yen. thrashes

ted the score at 2-2. First left wing Paul
Brandrup collected his third goal of the
season by sweeping a weak shot from
defenseman Steve Richmond past
Falcon netminder Mike David. The
play occurred just 56 seconds after Hills
was sent to the penalty box for high-
sticking.
Then at 6:13, freshman Dave McIn-
tyre netted his third goal of the season
on a breakaway. McIntyre stole the
puck and then skated past the lone
Falcon defenseman and easily beat
David over his glove hand.
But the sudden Wolverine surge only
slowed the flying Falcon offense for
seven minutes. Bowling Green center
Kim Collins knocked in a pass from
linemate Dave Randerson for his eighth
goal of the year to put his team up, 3-2.

THE FALCONS continued to add to
their lead with a goal from senior Andre
Latreille at the 17:45 mark of the
period. Nick Bandescu took the initial
shot then batted the rebound to
Latreille, who was parked at the corner
of the net, and he easily put it into the
open side of the goal to give his team a

M'.icer
4-2 advantage.
The falcons opened the scoring in the
third period with a perfect breakaway
goal from Hills at 1:15. The CCHA's
leading scorer took a McPhee pass and
skated in untouched, deked Mason and
nonchalantly flipped the puck into the
net for his 22nd goal of the season.

Nick Bandescu ended the scoring at
18:54 of the third stanza to give his team ;
the final 6-2 margin.
The two teams face-off again tonight
in the BGSU Ice Arena and it will be
broadcast by WJJX (650-AM) starting
at 7:25 p.m.

6-2

was a sound, methodical game.
The victory improved the Falcons'
record to 15-5-1 in the CCHA while
Michigan dropped to 9-7-4.
"I thought (Wolverine goalie Peter)
Mason played very well tonight as did
our own goalie (Mike David)," said
York. "(Michigan defenseman Steve)
Richmond impressed me. They are a
solid team and have a lot of movement
t center ice that causes problems. We
did a fine job of killing penalties tonight
and that was key."
THE FIRST period opened with plen-
ty of action between the many whistles.
Nine penalties were called in the first 20

Falconized

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. BG-McPhee (Hills, MacLellan) 10:42;
2. BG-O'Brian (Braun, MacLellan) 13:11.
Penalties: BG-MacLellan (elbowing) :30;'
BG -ilson (highstickng) 7:07; BG-MacLellan
(roughing) 8:16; M-Richter (elbowing and
roughing) 8:16; BG-Galley (interference 9:49;
M-Grade (tripping) 10:34; M-Neff (checking after
the whistle) 11:01; BG-Galley (hooking) 15:24;
M-Brandrup (hooking) 19:32.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M- Brandrup (Richmond, Lun-
dberg) 2;17; 2. M-McIntyre (unassisted) 6:13; 3.
BG-Collins (Raderson, Guertn) 13:05; 4.
BG-Latrellle (Hack, Bandescu) 17:45.

f

Penalties: BG-Hills (high-sticking) 1:21;
BG-Picul (hooking) 8:57; BG--Mills (holding)
14:33; BG-W.Wilson (interference) 18:57.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 5. BG-Hills (McPhee, W. Wilson) 1:15; 6.
BG-Bandescu (Kane, Galley) 18:54.
Penalties: M-Neff (high-sticking) 8:32; BG-M-
cPhee (hooking) 14:26.
SAVES

M-Mason ...............10
BG-David..............7

1 2 3 Total
12 11 - 33
12 2 - 21

THE SPORTING VIEWS

MICHIGAN'S DAVE McIntyre (8) beats Bowling
game, 2-2. The Falcons went on to win, 6-2.

Daily Photo by MIKE LUCAS
Green goalie Mike David (30) to knot up the score of last night's

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KLASSON 22-2 THIS SEASON:
'M' grappler honored

Pro football's year in review

. .

.I

I

.the good, the bad, and the ugly

By JEFFREY BERGIDA
With Super Bowl XVI in the record books, a review of
the events which took place on the gridiron this year
seems appropriate. If someone had told you in August
that the Super Bowl champions would be the San Fran-
cisco 49ers, you would have laughed in his face.
The majority of football fans probably thought that
Joe Montana was still pulling out last-second wins down
in South Bend on Saturday afternoons in the fall. And if
that same person had stated that Pittsburgh, Oakland,
Los Angeles, Atlanta, Cleveland, and Minnesota (all
playoff teams in 1980) would see no post-season play in
1981, while Cincinnati, Tampa Bay, and both New York
teams would be forces to be reckoned with, you might
have phoned the local institution. In order to put the 1981
season into perspective, here are a few awards which
were deserved:
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Joe Montana, San Fran-
cisco 49ers-There's really nothing left to say about this
man that already hasn't been said or written in the
Super Bowl media blitz that saw him pictured on the
cover of three national magazines. He advanced from
second-string status on a team that hadn't made the
playoffs in a decade to become the NFC's passing leader
and the Super Bowl's Most Valuable Player in a matter
of months. There are many players with more natural,
talent, but Montana's winning spirit made 1981 his year.
COACH OF THE YEAR: Bill Walsh, San Francisco
49ers-When the season began, could you name five
49ers? The Super Bowl is now a week old; how many
49ers can you name today? Walsh led a team full of
unknown players to a 16-3 record and the first champion-,
ship in the 49ers' history.
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Lawrence Taylor, New
York Giants-Anybody who could lead the Giants into
the playoffs after 18 years deserves an award. Taylor
lived up to all the publicity which saw him compared to
the Detroit Lions' Mike Lucci and the Pittsburgh
Steelers' Jack Ham. He should be an All-Pro for the next
10 years.
GAME OF THE YEAR: San Diego 41, Miami 38,
January 2, 1982-When the Chargers jumped off to a 24-0
lead, many fans turned off their sets. What they missed
was perhaps the greatest second half in NFL history, as
back-up quarterback Don Strock led the Dolphins to an
amazing comeback which saw them actually take a 38-31
lead before San Diego sent the game into overtime. In
overtime, the Chargers finally won it after nearly a full
period of extra play.

UPSET(S) OF THE YEAR: Chicago Bears over San
Diego, Denver, Kansas City and Oakland-Against most
opponents, the Bears played like Northwestern's second-
string team. Even the Lions actually won a game on the
road against the Bears. Yet when playing these AFC
West ballclubs, C jiicago transformed itself into a foot-
ball team and gathered four of its six wins.
MARK FIDRYCH RICHES TO RAGS AWARD: Brian
Sipe, Cleveland and Jim Plunkett, Oakland (tie)-
Remember these guys? One year ago, their faces were
plastered all over magazine covers and newspaper spor-
ts pages. In 1981, Sipe's interceptions led the Browns
from a division title to a 6-10 record and last-place finish.
Plunkett and the champion Raiders were the victims of
three consecutive shutouts early in the year and the
Super Bowl XV MVP ended the season on the bench. At
least he still has his TV commercial..
"SMART MOVE" AWARD: Vince Ferragamo, Mon-
treal Alouettes-Ferragamo left a city (Los Angeles)
where he was considered to be Robert Redford and
Terry Bradshaw rolled into one. He gave up his Sasson
Jeans commercial for the Great White North where he
proceded to lead the CFL in nothing except losses.
Ferragamo was not even on the traveling squad at
season's end.
NORTHWESTERN WILDCAT AWARD: Baltimore
Colts and New England Patriots-These teams brought
football watchers some of the worst football since Tam-
pa Bay went nearly two seasons without a-victory. The
Colts gave up an average of 35-points per game. Who
could lose against that? The Patriots, of course, who
managed to hand Baltimore its only two wins of the
year.
SWISS CHEESE AWARD: The San Diego Charger
defense-Any team that has to struggle with the best of-
fense in football history should have its defense locked
up.
1981 CONTRIBUTION TO MANKIND AWARD: San
Francisco, St. Louis, Detroit and the New York Giants-
These are the teams which defeated the Dallas Cowboys
this year and spared viewers the sight of Tom Landry,
"Fumbles" Dorsett, and Co. in the Super Bowl. As a
result, two weeks of stories on what a nice guy Randy
White is were avoided.
MINNESOTA VIKINGS CLUTCH PLAY AWARD:
Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles (tie)-The Bills
were driving down the field toward a tying touchdown in
their playoff game against Cincinnati when a key first-
down play was called back due to a delay of game
penalty. The Eagles lost a playoff game to the Giants.
Enough said. Honorable Mention: Detroit Lions-For
picking a great time to lose a game in the Silverdome.

By RON POLLACK
For hid performances against Pur-
due, Illinois and Cleveland State last
week, Michigan wrestler Eric Klasson
has been named Big Ten Athlete of the
Week.
The senior heavyweight pinned
Cleveland State's Mark Sanders in the
Wolverines' 25-15 January 20 win at
home. Three days later, Klasson en-
countered Illinois' Keith Paloucek with
Michigan trailing 18-16 going into the
heavyweight match. Klasson won, 3-0,
to give the Wolverines a 19-18 victory.
THE NEXT night, Michigan and
Purdue were even going into the final
match of the night. .And just as he had
done in his previous outing, Klasson
emerged victorious to win the match
for the Wolverine'grapplers.
Despite these match-winning heroics,
Michigan head coach Dale Bahr does
not consider Klasson's performances to
have been more impressive than usual.
"I guess we've come to expect that
from him," said Bahr. "I guess we've
come to expect him to mop up at
heavyweight."
Klasson's three victories last week
improved his record this season to 22-2.
Five of these victories have come - on
pins. The Iowa City, Iowa native has
qualified for the NCAA Champinships
the last two years and has set his sights

this year, on a third such trip. Ann Arbor , Dearborn
"WE FEEL he is right on target for East Lansing " Troy
what he hoped to achieve this year,"
said Bahr. "Eric set his goal as the
finals of the NCAA Championships, and
he hopes to be an All-American, if not
National Champion. He's only lost
twice all season and one of those losses
was to a post-collegian, while the other
was to last year's NCAA runner-up."
Klasson is currently the nation's four-
th-ranked heavyweight, and as Bahr
noted, "Once you're up there, anything
can happen in the NCAA's."
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Indiana tankers sink Blue 64-49

THE
HENRY M. LOUD
LECTURESHIP
Presents
JI-M WALLIS
Editor of Sojourners magazine and founder
of Sojourners Community in Washington, D.C.
Speaking on
'WaginPeace",

W Special to the Dally
BLOOMINGTON - The Michigan
men's swim team lost a close 64-49 meet
to the Indiana Hoosiers last night.
"They just overpowered us," said
Michigan coach Gus Stager. "We
swam very well, but they just have
more depth."
Leading the Wolverines was Fernan-
do Canales with wins in the 100-yard
and 200-yard freestyle events at 45:07

Wrestlers lose to MSU
Special to the Daily,
EAST LANSING - The Michigan
wrestling team was defeated by
Michigan State last night, 19-15. Vic-
tories for the Wolverines came from
Joe McFarland (118 pounds) and
heavyweight Eric Klasson.
The only pin of the night was credited
to Beljan, who took down MSU's Greg
Csir.lassonn meanwhile. shut out

his Michigan State opponent, Dan to Ohio State, 273.5-270.05.
Dudley, 4-0.
Men gymnasts lose "Ohio State was hot," s
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said Michigan
at bohin dn

special to the Daily
COLUMBtJS - The Michigan men's
gymnastics team dropped its first Big
Ten meet of the season last night, losing

coach Newt LOKen. we go e n
the first two events and just couldn't
catch up. But you've got to give our guys
credit for not giving up."

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