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By BARB BARKER
Special to the Daily.
BOWLING GREEN- The Bowling Green Ice
Arena has a lot of things Michigan Yost Arena
does not-consistently wild sellout crowds, a
skating feathered mascot, and a CCHA first
place team.
Despite a valiant Michigan third period effort,
that first place team delivered to Michigan its
first CCHA two-game series loss, downing the
Wolverines 5-4 last night at Bowling Green.
"WE FEEL very happy with the sweep,"'said
Bowling Green assistant Bill Wilkinson. "Those
were a roughlast minutes in the game. They're
a fine hockey club."
When the Wolverines came down from the
lockerroom to start the third period, the Falcons
held a 5-2 advantage and things were looking

pretty grim. As the clock ticked down neither
team wasp able to light the scoreboard until
Michigan's Ted Seers capitalized on a Steve
Richmond pass with less than five minutes
remaining in the game.
Richmond skated the puck behind the cage,
tipped it to Speers, who deposited it in the open
right side of the net.
JUST OVER a minute later, Michigan's#Jeff
Grade scored the Wolverines fourth and final
goal of the game at the 16:34 mark. The fresh-
man center was just inside the deft face-off circle
and took a Jim McCauley pass and drilled it past
surprised Bowling Green goalie Mike David.
The Wolverines put the game's first mark on
the scoreboard when freshman icer Paul
Kobylarz notched his ninth goal of the season at
the seven-minute mark of the first period.

Kobylarz, skating in from the right face-off cir-
cle, took a Dave Richter pass and dribbled it past
goalie Mike David.
THE FALCONS fought back, topping
Michigan's lone goal of the first period with two
of their own.
Bowling Green chalked up its first tally at 9:51
when center Brian Hills took a Barry Mills pass
up the center and drilled it at Elliott. The fresh-
man goalie stopped the shot, but Hills circled
back like a shark and flipped the re6ound in the
left side of the net.
The Falcons scored again at 14:39 in the period
when right wing Andre Latreille capitalized on a
Tim Hack pass.
BOWLING GREEN wasted no time widening
the gap in the second period when center Brian
Hills picked up the Falcons third goal of the night

at the 7:13 mark. Hills, at the edge of right face-
off circle, slapped home a Brian MacLellan pass.
The puck hit the post and defelcted into the net
past a dejected Elliott.
Less than a minute later at 8:01 in the period,
Hills scored his third goal of. the evening as a
fountain of hats and caps from the Falcon
student section hit the ice.
Michigan retaliated at the 13:16 mark when
winger Brad . Tippett notched a goal off a Steve
Richmond rebound.
WITH ONLY 36 seconds left in the period
Bowling Green scored its fifth goal when
MacLellan made good a Dave O'Brian pass.
Bowled over

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Irish
split two
with Tech

By MARTHA CRALL
Special to the Daily
HOUGHTON- The party which capped Michigan Tech's
annual Winter Carnival was inside the Student Ice Arena
yesterday afternoon. Notre Dame did its best to spoil the fun,
however.
The visiting Irish avenged Friday night's 7-1 loss to the
Huskies with a 5-3 victory before a capacity crowd of 4,200
wild fans.
THE HUSKIES, however, won the Governor's Cup for total
goals, 10-6, for the twelfth time in its fifteen year existence.
Tech goalie Tom Allen won the Most Valuable Player award,
mostly for his sparkling 45-save performance in the opener.
"We won the series in total goals," said a disappointed
Huskies coach, John Maclnnes. "But it isn't much con-

solation. I think this probably just about kills our chances
(for first place)."
Yesterday, Lefty Smith's Fighting Irish (14-12-2 overall, 9-
11-2 CCHA) out-played the Huskies in every aspect of the
game, especially forechecking and playing the man in the
neutral zone. Neither team looked particularly sharp,
however, as both missed opportunity after opportunity.
"THEY USE their body well and got in front of our passes
and were very aggressive," said MacInnes, who remains in
quest of his 550th career win.
Irish left winger Bill Rothstein scored two goals in Notre
Dame's four-goal second period yesterday, and teammate
Dave Poulin notched a goal and four assists in the contest.
The Huskies (18-8-2 overall, 14-7-1 CCHA) visit Ann Arbor
this weekend for a two-game series with Michigan.

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Kobylarz (Richter, Tippett) 7:00;
1. BG-Hills (Mills) 9:51; 2. BG-Latrielle (Hack,
Bandescu) 14:39.
Penalties: BG-Kane (high-sticking) 7:55;
M-Mlburn (high-sticking) 7:55; M-McCrimmon
(charging) 10:20.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 3. BG-Hills (MacLellan) 7:13; 4.
OG-Hills (Wilson, Pikul) 8:01; 2. M-Tippett
(Richmond) 13:16; 5. BO-MacLellan (O'Brian, W.
Wilson) 19:24.
Penalties: BG-MacLellan (roughing) 2:56;
M- Lndberg( roughing) 2: 56; BG-W. Wilson
(roughing) 5:52; M-Speers (roughing) 5:52;
BG-Mills (high-sticking) 9:04; M--Kobylarz (high-
sticking) 9:04; BG-Wilson (charging) 1:31;
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BG--Guertin (double-roughing) 12:02; BG-Can-
deson (roughing) 12:02; M--Richter (roughing)
12:02; M-Mcintyre (rughing) 12:02; M-Grade
(slashing) 15:12; M-Lundberg(high-sticking) 18:10.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 3. M-Speers (Richs6nd, Richter) 15:12;
4. M-Grade (McCauley, Kobylarz) 16:34.
Penalties: M-Richmond (highstlcking) 2:54;
BG-Wilson (highsticking) 2:54; BG-Galley (trfij
ping) 3:29; BG-Laetrielle (tripping) 13:58; M-N~ay-
(tripping)17:40.
SAVES
1 2 3. TotW
M-Elliott ...............12 12 10 --
BG-David ..............11 9 8 - 28

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Still unbeaten women
tankers sink Indiana

Doily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
SUE CAHILL, ONE of Michigan's strongest swimmers, took two first place
victories against Indiana. She won the 200-yard butterfly and set a new
record of 4:30.90 in the individual medley.
DePaul squeezes by

By KARL WHEATLEY
An 81-68 Michigan victory over the
Indiana Hoosiers meant sweet revenge
for the undefeated Michigan women's
swim team yesterday at Matt Mann
pool. The Hoosiers had beaten the
Wolverines in their last two dual meets,
as well as ending Michigan's five-year
reign as Big Ten Champions by cap-
turing the 1981 Big Ten Championship.
Michigan coach Stu Isaac seemed
relieved and very happy with thewin.
"It was a great meet," said Isaac.
"They had a couple of bad breaks, but
we just came out and beat them. Those
seniors getting those second-places
really won it for us," he said, referring
to the contribution of the senior swim-
mers to Michigan's dominance of
second place.
Coming home with the first win for
the Wolverines was the 400-yard.
medley relay team of Melinda Copp,
Tami Paumier, Chris Hodson, and
Denise Stuntzner with a pool-record tim
eof 3:57.84. The time was also good
enough to qualify thle quartet for the
AIAW Nationals.
Paumier garnered individual firsts in
the 50-yard ( 31.30) and 200-yard
breaststrokes at (2:22.04). The latter
time shattered pool and varsity recor
ds, and also qualified Paumier for the
Nationals.
- WOLVERINE Sue Cahill matched
Paumier with two individual wins and
another pool record. The sophomore
swimmer took first-place in the 200-
yard butterfly at 2:06.68, and reserved
her own spot at the AIAW's with record-
setting time of 4:30.90 in the 400-yard
individual medley.

Hodson also swam well, with two
second-place finished and an individual
win in the 100-yard individual medley,
with a time of 1:00.04.
Michigan won again when Stuntiner
beat Indiana freestyle ace Jennifer
Hooker in the 100-yard freestyle with a
time of 53.79. Michigan's only other fir-
st was won in style as Copp set a new
pool record with her AIAW qualifying
time of 2:06.52 in the 200-yard
backstroke.
Second and third place finishes from
Muffy MacKenzie, Marie Palko, Sue
Collins, and Marion "Woody" Stan--
wood helped the Wolverines raise their
record to 7-0, one win from, their first
undefeated season since 1977-78.

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Orang emen,
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - Guard teams
Skip Dillard had 28 points and 6-foot-9 have ba
forward Terry Cummings added 22 to Unbe
pace fourth-ranked DePaul to a 92-87 yet to p
college basketball victory over beat Ni
Syracuse yesterday. day in
The Blue Demons, 18-1, extended. best pl
their winning streak to 13 games by day.
M overcoming a 29-point performance by FRAi
Syracuse's Tony Bruin and 17 points by game, r
reserve center Sean Kerins of the tempts
Orangemen. Bruin collected 22 points "Tha
in the second half. said Co
DePaul went ahead 86-85 lead in the can be
last 37 seconds. pick it u
THE ANNOUNCED crowd of 26,143 "Mor
was the second-largest to watch a game strengt
at an on-campus site, missing the
Carrier Dome record by about 100.
The game also was carried live on
national television.
Dillard sank a pair of technicals with
11:36 left in the game to give DePaul
the lead, 61-59, for the first time since S
early in the second half.
The technicals were called on
Syracuse Coach Jim Boeheim after FEB
forward Ron Payton lost the ball undet-
neath the Syracuse basket.
Missouri 59, Kansas St. 58
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Great

92-87

win when their greatest players
ad games.
aten, top-ranked Missouri has
prove itself great, but the Tigers
o. 14 Kansas State 59-58 yester-
Big Eight basketball while their
ayer, Ricky Frazier, had a poor
ZIER, ineffective most of the
hit only two of eight field goal at-
and totaled only six points.
t's the strength of this team,"
ach Norm Stewart. "Somebody
down and somebody else will
up for them.
e than ever I believe that's the
h of our team."

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