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Page 8-Saturday, March 6, 1982-The Michigan Daily

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Special to the Daily
SOUTH BEND- The Michigan hockey team fought back from
behind almost all night before falling short by one goal, 6-5 to Notre
Dame last night before a sparse crowd of 2,107 at the Athletic and
Convocations Center.
The down-but-not-out Wolverines now need a two-goal victory in
the rematch tonight to take the first round, total-goals CCHA
playoff and advance to the semifinals next week in Detroit.
MICHIGAN TOOK an early 1-0 lead thanks to Dave Richti-r, but
Notre Dame scored three straight goals to take a 3-1 lead into the
second period.
The Wolverines made a three-goal run of their own to tie the
game and go ahead, 4-3, early in the third period but again the Irish
battled back to tie and take a 6-4 lead. A final goal by Jim McCauley
made the outcome 6-5.
Only a solid effort by Michigan goalie Jon Elliott kept the
Wolverines close, as they were outshot, 41-21 by the quick Notre
Dame team.
ALL GAME long the Irish seemed to set up their plays better, and
they sported a .500 power play, scoring three of their six goals with
a Wolverine in the sin bin.
Michigan's power play looked better than its league-basement
standing would indicate, scoring two of its five goals that way.
Notre Dame spread out its goal scoring, as five different Irish
skaters got in the scoring parade.
' THE THIRD period opened with a 3-3 tie but Kelly McCrimmon
took the Wolverines up, 4-3, at 4:17. Don Krussman stole the puck in

the Notre Dame zone from Jeff Logan and passed to McCrimmon
who beat Dave Laurion from the right circle.
The lead, however, was short-lived, as Logan scored his second
goal of the evening and 17th of the season at 8:26. He broke away on
a power play and zinged the puck over Elliott's right leg. -
Sean Regan followed with a goal off a Kirt Bjork rebound when
Elliott failed to cover the puck in power play traffic at 10:06.
BRENT CHAPMAN made it 6-4 when he took his own rebound all
alone at 11:17.
Michigan's final goal came on a pretty play by Ted Speers and
McCauley. Speers nailed a perfect left to right pass to McCauley,
who took the puck and shot in one motion to make it 6-5 at 18:25.
The Wolverines scored first at 3:06 of the opening period when
defenseman Richter rifled a slapshot from the right point that
wound up in the net past a screened Laurion to put Michigan up 1-0.
NOTRE DAME wasted little time in tying things up on a power
play goal. With 10 seconds remaining in Ted Speers' hooking
penalty, Irish defenseman John Schmidt fired a slapshot past
Elliott at 11:06.
The score became 2-1 a few minutes later when Jeff Logan slid
the puck past Elliott at 14:36. The Michigan defense got caught up
ice and Logan had only Joe Milburn and Elliott to beat.
The Irish took a 3-1 lead a 4:06 of the second stanza after an off
sides was not called on them. Mark Doman beat Mark Perry and
Elliott with a wrist shot to give Notre Dame a two-goal edge.
Michigan's usually impotent power play got the Wolverines back
in the game with two quick goals.
The first came on a five-on-three Wolverine advantage as Brad

Tippett took Speers' rebound and shot it into an empty net. The
pressure on the left side of the net drew Laurion out of position at
A little more than a minute later on a one-man advantage,
Michigan's Brian Lundberg put the puck by Laurion to knot the
score at 3-3.
Down but not out
Scoring: 1. M-Rchter (McCauley) 3:06; 1. ND-Schmidt (Bellomy) 11:6 2. ND-Logan
(Poulin, Regan).:14:36.
Penalties: ND-Higgins (holding) 7:30; M-Speers (hooking) 9:16; M-May (inter-
ference) 16:47; ND-Perry (interference) 18:38; M-Lundberg (slashing) 19:39.
Scoring: 3. ND-Doman (Schmidt) 4:06; 2. M-Tippett (Speers, McCauley) 15:02; 3.
M-Lundberg (Richter, Speers) 16:19.
Penalties: M-Neff (tripping) 4:32; ND-Higgins (checking from behind) 7:13;
ND-Perry (roughing and holding) 12:09; M-May (roughing) 12:09; ND-Schmidt
(holding) 14:30; ND-Chapman (roughing) 16:37; M-Yoxheimer (roughing) 16:37;
ND-Higgins (interference) 19:52.
Scoring: 4. M-McCrimmon (Krussman, Yoxheimer) 4:17; 4. ND-Logan (Rothstei
Bowie) 8:26; 5. ND-Regan (Bjork) 10:06; 6. ND-Chapman (Deasey, Regan) 11:17
M-McCauley (Speers, Tippett) 18:25.
Penalties: M-Grade (hooking) 6:55; M-Yoxheimer (cross-checking) 9:08; M-Grade
(checking the goaltender) 13:39; M-Lundberg (interference) 19:26.

1 2 3
M -Eliott ............................................:......10 14 17
ND-Laurion ...............................................8 6 7

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Sampson's baseline jumper with three
minutes remaining provided Virginia
with a 56-54 victory over stubborn
Clemson in a first-round game of the
Atlantic Coast Conference basketball
tournament last night.
Earlier in the day, top-ranked North
Carolina and North Carolina State ad-
vanced to the semifinals of -the tour-
nament. The Tar Heels downed Georgia
Tech 55-39, while the Wolfpack stopped
Maryland 40-28.
THE CAVALIERS and the Tigers
were tied 15 times, the latest a 40-all
scbre on a jumper by Virginia's Tim
Mullen with 10:38 left to play. Virginia
then ran off six unanswered points to
take a 46-40 advantage with 7:20
remaining. Clemson again cut the gap
to two on consecutive baskets by
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Horace Wyatt, but an 8-2 Cavalier
stretch gave Virginia a 54-46 lead at the
4:19 mark.
Sampson's jumper with 3:03 left gave
Virginia a 56-50 lead. Vincent Hamilton
hit a jumper to close the gap to four and
Fred Gilliam added another jumper
from the top of the key to reach what
was eventually the final score, with 1:47
left to play.
Virginia had a chance to salt the
game away, but Jimmy Miller missed
the front end of a one-and-one, with 33
seconds left. After a Clemson time out,
the Tigers worked for a close last shot,
but Mike Epley was short with his at-
tempt and Wyatt mishandled the
rebound, ending Clemson's bid.
Hamilton led all scorers with 22 poin-
ts before fouling out. Wyatt added 12, as
the Tigers dropped to 14-13.
:Sampson finished with 13 points, and
was the only Cavalier to reach double
figures. Virginia is now 28-2.
N. Carolina 55,
Georgia Tech 39
Freshman Michael Jordan, who only
Thursday was released from the infir-
mary, scored 18 points to lead top-
ranked North Carolina to an 55-39 vic-
tory over Georgia Tech in the opening
game of the Atlantic Coast Conference

basketball tournament yesterda
Jordan suffered a tonsillar
and was admitted to the UNC in
on Monday. He returned to
with the Tar Heels on Thursda3
Friday showed no after-effects
JORDAN, A guard, was seve
from the field in the openingl
the Tar Heels took a 30-16 halfti,
In the second half, he added a fi
and a free throw before coming
The Tar Heels, No. 1 in the na
top-seeded in the tournament,
Yellow Jackets 11-10 with 11:3
the first half. They then ran
straight points to extend the le
10 with 9:02 remaining.
After a pair of Lee Goza free
North Carolina added five
baskets to boost its lead to 27
3:17 to play in the half.
Georgia Tech guard Brooke
the ACC's second-leading
finished with 14 points. Steppe
dan were the only players it
North Carolina improved itsr
25-2, and Georgia Tech finis
season at 10-16.
Tigers reroke offer
Detroit Tigers withdrew their
offer to sign free agent first b
Ron Jackson yesterday,t
Manager Jim Campbell
Jackson's agent called the mo
Campbell said Jackson, acq
the Tigers late last season, wou
needed because the American

ay;, team obtained infielder Enos Cabell on
abcess Thursday in a tradewith the San Fran-
firmary cisco Giants. In that deal, Detroit gave
practice up outfielder Champ Summers.
y and on JACKSON AND his agent, Abdul
from his Jalil, had been considering the Tigers'
three-year offer for weeks.
n for 10 Jackson declared himself a free
half as agent at the end of last season after hit-
me lead. ting .270 with five home runs and 40
ield goal runs batted in. In 31 games with
out for- Detroit, he hit .284 with one home run
and 12 RBI.
tion and The six-year veteran, however, was
led the ignored in the free agent draft,
0 left in although both he and Jalil have insisted
off six other clubs are interested.
ad to 17- Jalil said Friday he and Jackson no
longer were interested in the Tigers,
throws, calling Detroit's withdrawal "the best
straight news I've heard since September.
7-12 with WMU coach resigns
Steppe, Weller, who steered Western
scorer, Michigan's hockey program into NCAA
and Jor- Division I status the past four seasons,
n double resigned yesterday it was announced
by school Athletic Director Tom Won-
record to derling.
shed its Weller, 43, who came to Western
Michigan after spending five seasons as
an assistant to coach John MacInnes at
Michigan Tech, was responsible for
- The upgrading the Broncos' schedule to its
$750,000 current level.
baseman It was not immediately known
General whether Weller was pursuing the
said. Michigan Tech vacancy created by the
ve good recently announced retirement of long-
time Huskies' Coach MacInnes.

AP Photo
North Carolina's Sam Perkins (31) blocks the shot of Georgia Tech's Lee
Goza during yesterday's quarterfinal action in the ACC tournament. The Tar
Heels had no trouble in dispensing the Rambling Wreck, 55-39. Highly rated
Virginia and North Carolina State joined North Carolina into today's semi-



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BLOOMINGTON- Michigan's men's
track team took a big step toward the
Big Ten indoor championship last night
as it captured second and third place
finishes in both the two-mile run and the
long jump-the only two final events
thus far staged-and qualified runners
in seven other events. With their dual
places and shows, the Wolverines ac-
cumulated a conference-leading 28
points, seven more than host Indiana
and 21 more than the next nearest com-
"We knew coming in that if we scored
26 to 28 points with seven qualifiers, we
would have a shot at it (the title)," said
assistant coach Ron Warhurst. "And
that's exactly what we've got."
COLLECTING those points for the

Wolverines were Brian Diemer and Bill
O'Reilly in the two-mile and Vince Bean
and Derek Harper in the long jump.
Diemer, a junior, crossed the finish line
in 8:42. 17 to take second behind defen-
ding champion Jim Spivey of the
Hoosiers. O'Reilly was third in 8:47.05.
In the long jump, Bean cleared 24'6"
and Harper 24'5%"; but the Michigan
duo was outdistanced by Kerry Zim-
merman of Indiana, who registered a
leap of 25'0", his best ever.
"After I hit the 24-11% on my third
trial, assistant Coach Phil Henson told
me not to worry, that I already had
placed for the national meet," said
"I knew this event was up for grabs,
but I expected the overall performan-

ces to be better. I was really surprised
Michigan's Derek Harper ran through
on his final attempt. I can't really
describe how I felt. In a way, I was kind
of let down."
The seven qualifiers for t
Wolverines included: Mike Shea in the
1,000-yard run; Andrew Brude in both
the 300-yard and 60-yard dashes; Har-
per in the 60; Diemer in the mile-run;
Bob Boynton in the 600-yard dash;
Shelby Johnson in the 60-yard high hur-
dles; and Rob Grainger in the 440-yard
"If we can come away with four fir-
sts, a couple of seconds and a third
tomorrow, we'll be right in the thick
it," said Warhurst. "It's going to be
real dogfight between Indiana, Wiscon-
sin and Michigan."
The Hoosiers, like the Wolverines,
qualified seven for tomorrow's finals.
Eight Badgers survived the cut.

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