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Page 8 Sunday, March 7, 1982 The Michigan Daily

Irish end icers'

season, 5-3

College Ring

Special to the Daily
SOUTH BEND, IND. - Wave good
bye to the 1981-82 Michigan hockey
Despite a valiant Wolverine three-
goal scoring drive in the third period,
Notre Dame was able to crush
Michigan's Central Collegiate Hockey
Association playoff drive, downing the
Blue icers 5-3 last night at the Athletic
and Convocation Center in South Bend.
Michigan ended its season with a 18-15-5
overall record (14-12-4).
Because of Friday night's 6-5 Notre
Dame victory, Michigan needed a two-
goal win in order to advance from this
weekend's total goal playoff series to the

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semi-finals next weekend at Joe Louis
The Wolverines came back from the
locker room to start the third period at
a four-goal disadvantage last night.
Notre Dame was quick to widen the
scoring gap as right winger Dae Logan
tallied his second goal of the game at
the 3:30. The senior icer took a Tex
Bellomy pass down the left wing and
flipped it into the right side of the net to
give his team what amounted to a five-
goal, insurmountable lead.
TED SPEERS retaliated just thirteen
seconds later, scoring the Wolverines'
first goal of the game at 3:43. The Ann
Arbor native, at the right face-off cir-
cle, fired a Dave Richter pass on target.
Speers scored again at 7:08, this time
on a pass from Brian Lundberg. The
junior center flipped the puck past
Notre Dame goalie Dave Laurion to
notch the Wolveirnes' only power play
Lundberg lit the goal light just five
seconds later at 7:13. The senior defen-
seman, at the edge of the right faceoff

circle, slapped the puck past Laurion to
nab the Wolverines' last goal of the
WITH LESS than five minutes left in
the first period, it looked as if the period
would end in a 0-0 deadlock as neither
team had been able to assemble an ef-
fective offensive drive. Then, at 16:54,
Irishman Rex Dellony notched what
was to be the first goal of a Notre Dame

Sad ending

three-goal, Wolverine-humbling spree.
The Irish center took a Jeff Perry
pass around the back of the net and
slipped it past Michigan goalie Jon
Elliott into the right side of the net.
Just twenty-three seconds later on
what should have been a Michigan
power play, Notre Dame notched its
second goal. Left winger Bill Rothstein,
unassisted, stole a Michigan puck and

slapped it to the left of a more-than-a-
bit-surprised Elliott.
EXACTLY ONE minute later at
18:19, Jeff Logan chalked up the Irish's
second shorthanded, unassisted goal.
The Grosse Pointe, Michigan native
came around the back side of the net
and slipped in his tenth goal of the
season to send the Wolverines to the
locker room with a three-goal deficit.
The penalties box saw the majority of
the second period action, as again
neither team was able to score until the
last five minutes.
It was Irish icer Joe Bowie who
scored, grabbing the fourth Notre
Dame goal at 18:17. The defenseman,
just outside the left circle, flipped a shot
over Elliott's head. The puck hit the
net's crossbar and landed squarely in
the net. That was Notre Dame's third1
unassisted goal of the game.
Notre Dame will take on CCHA-
leading Bowling Green Falcons next
weekend in the semi-final round of the
CCHA championships at Detroit's Joe
Louis Arena.


Hours 11:00-4:00

Data Machines Co.
of Ann Arbor
Cordially invites You to a Showing of the New Commodore Business Machines
Super Pet'mcomputer
The only micro with five resident languages
On March I0, 1982 from 9:00am - 5:00pm
To be located in room C, of the Michigan League
Personnel from the Commodore computer division will be in attendance
to answer questions on all Commodore Computer Products.
Demonstrations are scheduled as follows to provide convenient times
for you and your staff to attend.

Scoring: 1. ND-Delamy (Perry, Bjork) 6:54; 2.
ND-Rothstein (unassisted) 17:19; 3. ND-Logan
(unassisted) 18:19.
Penalties: M-Brandrup (hooking) 1:44;
ND-Lucia (holding) 4:46; ND-Deasey (slashing)
17:10; ND-Schmidt (holding) 19:16.
Scoring: 4. ND-bowie (unassisted 18:17;
Penalties: M-Richmnond (interference) 2:25;
ND-Schmidt (interference) 3:": ND-Brown (in-
terference) 10:11; M-Lundberg (interference)
11:57; ND-Deasey (roughing) 14:45; ND-Higggins
(high-sticking) 14:45; M-Richter (high-sticking)
14:45; M-Richmond (roughing) 14:45.

Scoring: 5. ND-Logan (Bellomy, Regan) 3:30; 1.
M-Speers (Richter, Perry) 3:43; 2. M-Speers
(Lundberg, Tippett) 7:03; 3. M-Lundberg (Rich-
mond, Kobylarz) 8:13.
Penalties: M-Grade (roughing) 2:09;
ND-Brown (holding) 5:08; ND-Parsons (illegal
stick) 10:43; M-Richmond (cross-checking) 16:13.


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The Michigan synchron
team easily captured the se
Michigan Open swim meet
defeating the overmatche
Aquarius Swim Club of B
and the Garden City Swim
Wolverines totaled 111
Aquarius' 75 and Garden Cit
Michigan took first plat
event: Erin O'Shaughnes
firsts in the senior figure
Cathleen O'Brien in the du
Betsy Neira in the duel
Marybeth Crumrine in th
Dara Boyer in the junior f

prep at Open
IAK Wolverines' 'A' and 'B' teams finished
[AK first and second in the team com-
iized swim petition as well, with socres of 55.8 and
cond annual 51.0.
yesterday, THIS MEET is the most informal of
d Michigan the season for the Wolverines;
3irmingham Aquarius and Garden City are com-
n Club. The posed of high school and, in some cases,
points to junior high school students.
y's 67. ' "All meets are important," accor-
ce in every ding to team manager Jane Slaver,
sy claimed "because (the swimmers) get to per-
s and trio, form in front of the judges and these are
iet and trio, the same judges that are at the other
t and trio, meets."


9:00am - 19:30am
9:30am - 10:30am
10:30am - 11:O0am

11:00am -
1:00pm -
1:30pm -
3:00pm -


Super Pet Demonstration
Open Demonstration
Super Pet Demonstration
Demonstration of Intelligent CRT
terminal on MTS
Open Demonstrations
Super Pet demonstration
Open Demonstration
Super Pet Demonstration
Demonstration of Intelligent CRT
Terminal on MTS

All Languages
Question & Answer Period
All Languages
Question & Answer Period
Basic & Fortran
Question and Answer Period
APL, Assembler, PASCAL

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Michigan will face a heartier test
next week, however, when six Big Ten
teams-including the number-one
ranked Ohio State Buckeyes-visit Bell
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a synchronized swimming exercise in this unique underwater view. The pic-
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drop a pair
Special to the Daily losing to 14th-ran


Michigan men's tennis team dropped
two out of three matches, defeating the
University of Houston, 5-1 and losing to
Texas A&M 5-4 on Friday, and then


ked Arizona last night,

nt Bill of Rights
Article X
Hot Pursuit Act
Heavenly Hipness
at the Happy
In Hot Pursuit of the Happiest
of Happy Hours
Every Monday thru Friday 4-6P. M.

On Friday, Michigan's Mike Leach.
defeated Brian Joelson, 6-4, 6-3 and
Wolverine Tom Haney defeated Aggie
Kimmo Alkio, 6-4, 6-2. In between those
matches, Texas #&M's Mike Pazorek
was blasting Mark Mees, 6-2, 6-1.
OTHER MICHIGAN winners in the
match included Ihor Debryn, who
defeated Van Barry, 7-5, 6-2 and the°*
doubles team of Bill Godfrey and Ross
Laser, which defeated Barry and.
Pazorek, 6-3, 7-6.
In the other match on Friday, the net',
ters scored an easy victory, blasting*
Houston 5-1. Leach, Haney, Laser,:
Debryn and Godfrey were all victorious-
in singles play, and the 'doubles match.
was not played because Michigan had:
the game already won.
Yesterday, the 14th-ranked Wilcats of
Arizona overwhelmed Michigan and
dropped the netters to 3-5 on the season,
Andy Gordon defeated Leach, 6-2, 6-3.
and Paul Chamberlio defeated Mees, 6-
3, 3-6, 6-3.
In other singles play, Andy Luters
stifled Michigan's Haney 6-4, 6-0 and
Bill Moss beat Laser, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2,
Wolverines Debryn and Godfrey also
went down to defeat.

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