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SPORTS

Page 7

Saturday, January 9, 1982

The Michigan Daily.

New line leads icers to 5-2 win


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By MARK BOROWSKI
Special to the Daily
BIG RAPIDS- When things aren't
oing well for a sports team, changes
can usually be expected. Often times,

coaches are fired, players are traded or
in the case of the Michigan hockey team
head coach John Giordano changed all
four of his offensive lines.
And last night at the Ferris State
College Ice Arena, a change proved to
be exactly what the Wolverines needed,
as they dumped the Bulldogs, 5-2, in
front of a capacity crowd of 2,575. A new
junior-senior line featuring Joe
Milburn, Dennis May, and Paul Bran-
drup accounted for three of the goals
and right wing Jim McCauley picked up
the game winner to boost Michigan's
record to 9-4-2 in the CCHA.
IT WAS another sharp performance
by Wolverine goalie'Peter Mason who
collected his sixth win of the season and
robbed several Bulldog forwards.
The often unimpressive Michigan of-
fense got things rolling early against
the Bulldogs. With only 52 seconds gone
in the opening period, the Wolverine
icers grabbed a 1-0 lead on May's sixth
goal of the season. The right winger
skated down the right side and rifled a
shot into the top left corner past goalie
Steve Valcone.
The Bulldogs retaliated quickly,
however, on a power-play goal by

senior Jim Baker. The all-time leading
scorer for Ferris State slapped a Jim
Watchorn pass through Mason's legs at
1:46, while Wolverine Don Krussman
was in the penalty box for interference. .
LESS THAN five minutes later,
Michigan jumped back into the lead, 2-
1, as junior Ted Speers turned on the
red light with a power-play goal. It was
the 14th goal of the season for the Ann
Arbor native and only the 13th power-
play goal for the Wolverines since Oc-
tober.
MICHIGAN'S McCauley got the last
goal of the first stanza to give his team
a 3-1 lead. He skated down the left side
and rifled a slap-shot that Valcone
saved, but McCauley kept digging and
knocked in the rebound that the Bulldog
defense failed to clear.
The fast pace continued into the
second period as the two teams traded
goals. Milburn collected his first goal of
the '81-82 campaign by whistling a per-
fect Dennis May pass between the legs
of Ferris State netminder Rob
Hughston, who replaced Valcone at the
start of the second period. It was also
the first game Milburn played in since
he injured his shoulder in the Ohio State
amount of money donated. "We have
received contributions which range
from $2.00 to $1,000," Canham added.
The details concerning the specifics
of the scholarship program, however,
remain to be worked out. "Although
nothing is definite yet, it will probably
be awarded to a grad who participated
in either track or football,",said Canh-
am. "The details still have to be
worked out with Bob's family."
The Michigan Athletic Department,
which is helping to administer the Ufer
fund, will be accepting donations
through March..

series in early December and gave the
Blue a 4-1 lead. ,
THE BULLDOGS' Cook narrowed the
lead, to 4-2 on his second goal of the
night at 14:00 of the second period.
In the final stanza, May picked up his
second tally of the game by taking a
Milburn pass and skating past two
Bulldog defensemen and flipping the
May
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-May, Dn. (Milburn, Lundberg) :52;
1. FS-Baker (Cook, Watchorn) 1:46; 2. M-Speers
(Brandrup, Richmond) 6:06; 3. M--McCauley
(unassisted) 18:41.
Penalties: M-Krussman (interference) 1:30;
FS-Cook (tripping) 4:49; M-Milburn (hooking)
7:55; FS-Strong (elbowing) 10:25.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 4. M-Milburn (Reid, Dn. May) 9:30; 2.
FS-Cook (unassisted) 14:00.

puck past Hughston.
Michigan and Ferris State had never
met during the regular season, but the
Wolverines did meet the Bulldogs in a
pre-season exhibition game this Oc-
tober, a game which Michigan won, 3-2,
after they had trailed, 2-0. The two
teams face-off again here tonight at
7:30 p.m.
day
Penalties: FS-McNeil (high sticking) 16:22.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 5. M-May Dn. (Milburn) 4:45.
Penalties: M-Grade (roughing) 1:35;
M-Milburn (slashing) 15:53; M-Speers (roughing)
18:54; FS-Ross (roughing) 18:54; FS-Hall (eight-
minute misconduct) 20:00.

SAVES
M-Mason.............s10
FS-Valcone...........9
FS-Hughston...........0

12
0
7

11
0
7

- 33
- 9
- 14

McCauley
... first-period goal

'M'

grapplerspin Lehigh

May
... two goals, one assist

Ufer
~Fund
growing

By JOE CHAPELLE
Response to the establishment of the
Bob Ufer Memorial Scholarship Fund
has been very good, according to
Michigan Athletic Director Don
Canham. Donations to the fund, which
was started after Ufer passed away last
October 26, currently total around
$70,000. Ufer was a track All-American
at Michigan and broadcast Wolverine
football games for 34 years.
"It will be by far one of the largest
scholarships that we offer," said
Canham. Scholarship awards will
come from the interest earned on the

By DOUGLAS B. LEVY
Going in to the final match against
Lehigh on Thursday night, the
Michigan wrestling team trailed by the
seemingly insurmountable score of 19-
14. But with only nine seconds
remaining in the heavyweight match
between Eric Klasson of the Wolverines
and Lehigh's Pat Brown, the referee
ruled that Brown was disqualified for
stalling, giving Michigan six points and
the win.
The 20-19 win at Bethlehem, Pa.
raised the Blue grapplers' record to 2-2
on the year, while Lehigh fell to 1-1.
THE MEET started as Michigan All-
American Joe McFarland battled to an
8-8 tie at 118 pounds with the Engineers'

Bob Weaver. In the next two weight
classes, Larry Haughn and Bill Goodill
of Michigan dropped their matches by
decisions.
So with the score at 9-2,in favor of the
host Engineers, the Wolverines earned
victories in three of the next four
divisions, gaining a tie in the fourth.
The Blue's Lou Milani won at 142 poun-
ds over Frank Vresics, 15-13. Nemir
Nadhir, at 158 pounds, beat Ray Lob-

dell, 13-7, and freshman Scott
Rechsteiner scored a 15-6 win at 167
pounds over Jeff Newman. At 150
pounds, Michigan's Mark Pearson and
Lehigh's Tom Bold fought to a 2-2 tie.
Lehigh came on to win the next two
matches, however, setting up the
heavyweight showdown. The next mat-
ch for coach Dale Bahr and his grap-
plers is tomorrow, when they visit Nor-
thwestern.

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Heater gets Wis

Chuck Heater used to run the football.
for Michigan as the Wolverines'
:ullback in the 1972,1973, and 1974
seasons, but the former Michigan grid
standout will soon be working against
's old team. Heater was recently ap-
inted the defensive backfield coach
or the Wisconsin football staff.
The 29--year-old Heater has spent the
last five years as an assistant coach at
Toledo, the last three as the Rockets'
defensive backfield coach.
HEATER WAS a three-year starter
for the Wolverines and finished his
collegiate career as Michigan's fifth
leading rusher. After his senior year,
he was drafted by the New Orleans
ants.
He graduated from Michigan in 1975
with a Bachelor of Science degree in
Education and also did graduate work
in Education Psychology. He received
Michigan's Fielding H. Yost Award for
outstanding academic and athletic
achievement.
Heater started his coaching career as
the offensive backfield coach at Nor-
thern Arizona under Joe Salen, Min-
nesota's current head coach, and
mved Toledo in 1977. He coached
Wensive backs and receives his first
two years at Toledo, and then became
the defensive backfield coach in 1979.
He replaced Doug Graber on the
Badger staff as defensive backfield
coach. Graber was named head foot-
ball coach at Montana State in late
December.

Three thinclads advance
Special to the Daily
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn.-Three
Wolverines qualified for the finals of
the East Tennessee Invitational last
night in the opening meet of Michigan's
indoor track season. Andrew Bruce, a
member of the 1980 Trinidad Olympic
team, advanced to the finals in the 440-
yard dash with a time of 48.30, the third-
fastest time registered at the meet.
Michigan co-captains Shelby Johnson
and Mike Shea also advanced to today's
finals. Johnson's time of 7.49 in the 60- -
yard high hurdles was good enough to
win his semi-final heat, while Shea
qualified for the finals of the 880-yard
run by finishing in 1:53.75.
Michigan's first home meet will be on
January 23, when the Wolverines host
the Michigan Relays.
Celtics 96, 76ers 90
BOSTON (AP)- Larry Bird and
Gerald Henderson conbined for 17
points to spark a fourth-quarter attack
that lifted the Boston Celtics to a 96-90
victory over the Philadelphia 76ers last
night.
The victory moved Boston to within a
half-game of the first-place 76ers in the
Atlantic Division.
WITH BOSTON leading, 75-74, with

consrngri
8:47 left in the game, Bird hit a jumper 2 at the(
to launch a 15-4 spurt that put the quarter 1
Celtics ahead, 90-78, with 4:48 to go. 17-6 spur
Bird and Henderson both scored six 53-45, at th
points in the uprising. Robin
Bird broke out a shooting slump with
eight points in the fourth quarter and LOS A
finished with 12. Henderson scored all son, cou
nine of his points in the final period. England
After Julius Erving's basket with 8:47 Universi
to go cut Boston's lead to 75-74, the 76ers he will c
went without a field goal until Maurice football t
Cheeks scored to close the gap, 92-85, yesterda)
with 2:21 remaining. Robins
Boston led, 26-22, after the first quar- Rose Bov
ter but managed just 11 points in the ces with
next period and trailed, 41-37, at half- Footballl
time. But Robi
The Celtics, who won their ninth con- remainb
secutive regular-season game against contractl
the 76ers in Boston, were led by Cedric
Maxwell with 20 and Robert Parish
with 18 points. Philadelphia was paced
by Cheeks with 21 and Erving with 20.
Nets 110, Cavaliers 100
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -
Clarence "Foots" Walker and Ray
Williams scored 18 points each to lead
the New Jersey Nets to a 110-100 victory
last night over the Cleveland Cavaliers,
who suffered their sixth straight loss in
the NBA.
The Cavaliers, paced by Kenny
Carr's six points, outscored the Nets 18-

outset and held a 32-16 first-
ead. The Nets rallied with a
t, but they were still trailing,
he half.
son staYs at USC
NGELES (AP) - John Robin-
rted by the professional New
Patriots, has informed the
ty of Southern California that
ontinue to coach the Trojans
team, a USC spokesman said
y.
on, whose teams have won the
wl three times, had conferen-
the Patriots of the National
League after the 1981 season.
inson said he has decided to
at USC under a four-year-
that lasts through 1985.

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