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SPORTS

Page 8

Sunday, January 10, 1982

The Michigan Daily

PENALTIES PLAGUE FERRIS CONTEST
Michigan icers settle for 2-2 stalemate

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By MARK BOROWSKI
Special to the Daily
BIG RAPIDS - Michigan and Ferris
State College were scheduled to play a
hockey game here last night, but when
Bulldog coach Rick Duffett replaced
seven of his regular starters with inex-
perienced icers, the game of hockey at

times disintegrated into a penalty-
ridden farce.
Referees Dennis Parrish and Kirk
Hart called 23 penalties during the
matchup and the contest ended in a 2-2
tie before a sellout crowd of 2,575 at the
Ferris State Ice Arena.
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portunities in the overtime but were
unable to score and had to settle for the
deadlock. Wolverine freshman net-
minder John Elliott played well in goal,
making 17 saves and stopping several
Bulldog scoring threats. The knotted
score moved Michigan's record to 9-4-3
in the CCHA, and Ferris State now
stands at 9-5-2.
Duffett declined to comment on why
seven starters did not dress, but a
father of one of the Bulldogs players
said they had neglected to make the
midnight curfew after Michigan's 5-2
win Friday night. Included in the bunch
of missing starters was team captain
and leading scorer Jim Baker, second
leading scorer Paul Cook and top
defenseman Jim File.
For the second consecutive game,
Michigan was without the services of
freshman center Craig Noren and
defenseman Mike Neff,,both of whom
made the road trip but were ineligible
to play for undisclosed reasons.
Wolverine coach John Giordano
declined to comment on the situation,

but indicated that it was not due to any
academic problems.
FERRIS STATE jumped to an early
1-0 lead at 5:01 of the first period.
Bulldog headhunter Randy Strong
rifled a slap shot from outside the left
face-off circle over the stick shoulder of
Elliott after receiving a pass from
defenseman Don MacNeil. Ferris State
had six attackers on the ice at the time
of the goal, as their netminder was
pulled because of a delayed penalty.
Michigan retaliated with two goals by
junior right wing Ted Speers in the
closing minutes of the opening period to
take a 2-1 lead into the locker room.
Speers notched his 15th goal of the
season by wristing a shot high into the
right corner past Bulldog goalie Rob"
Hughston at 18:30.
Sixteen seconds later the Ann Arbor
native collected his second goal of the
night. The Wolverines' Paul Kobylarz
won the face-off at center ice and
Michigan advanced the puck into the
Bulldogs' end. Kobylarz and left wing
Brad Tippett dug the puck out from

behind the Ferris State goal, and '
Kobylarz slid a pass out front to Speers,a
who whipped it between Hughston's
legs.
THE SECOND period continued
much like the first, with sticks and
elbows flying high and little fundamen-
tal hocke being played. Ferris State
collected the only goal of the stanza to
knot the score at 2-2.
Left wing Steve Roth scored while
Billy Reid was off for high-sticking at
Pair of
FIRST PERIODs
Scoring: 1. FS-Strong (MacNeil, Merrifield)
5:01; 1. M-Speers (McIntyre, Perry) 18:30; 2.
M-Speers (Kobylarz, Lundberg) 18:4g.
Penalties: FS-Craig" (roughing) :50;
M-Krussman (checking after the whistle) :50;
M-May, Dn. (high-sticking) 3:10; FS-Winter f
(hooking) 3:22; FS-Strong (roughing) 5:28; c
M--Brandrup (slashing) 7:52; FS-Strong 1
(roughing) 9:25; M-Speers (roughing) 9:25;Y
M-Brandup (5 minutes and gamerdisqualification)
12:02; FS-Craig (5 minutes and game
disqualification) 12:02; Fs-Strong (tripping) 12:02;
M-Tippett (tripping)13:11 -
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. FS-Ross (Wendt, Merrifield) 7:15. M
Penalties: FS-Buchly (hooking) 1:45;F
FS-Pelyak (tripping) 2:49; M-Reid (high-

7:15 of the period. Elliott was screened
by a group of players in front of the net,
and Bulldog right wing Tim Wendt let
loose with a slap shot that deflected in
off of Roth.
Michigan dominated play in the third
period, outshooting Ferris State, 15-1,
but it was unable to put the puck in the
net.
The Wolverines return to Yost Ice
Arena next weekend for a series again-
st the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.
deuces
sticking) 5:55; FS-Smith (holding) 9:22; M-May
(hooking) 9:30; M-May (roughing) 13:18.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: None.
Penalties: M-May (slashing) 0:42; FS-MacNeil
(slashing) 0:42; FS--Watchorn (slashing) 1:02;
FS-Birdeau (checking from behind) 2:48; M-M-
cintyre (holding) 6:16; M-Richmond (slashing)
15:21.

OVERTIME
Scoring: None.
Penalties: None.

SAVES
WM-Elliott.........7 7
FS--Hughston......6 5

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Edwards scores twice, East loses

STANFORD, Calif. (AP)- Michigan
running back Stanley Edwards scored
two touchdowns for the East squad in,
yesterday's 57th East-West Shrine
game, but it wasn't enough, as the West
squad emerged victorious, 20-13..
Edwards' first score came on a two-
yard plunge in the second quarter to tie
the game at 7-7. The Michigan
fullback's other touchdown came in the
final period on a four-yard pass from
Georgia's Buck Belue.
THE WEST'S victory was paced by
the passing combination of San Diego
State quarterback Matt Kofler to
Brigham Young receiver Dan Plater.
Kofler tossed two touchdown passes to

Plater, who hauled in nine receptions.
Texas kicker John Goodson con-
tributed two field goals for the West,
from 47 and 48 yards, and averaged 44
yards on eight punts.
Goodson's 47-yard field goal, late in
the second period, broke the 7-7 tie and
sent the West ahead to stay in the
college football all-star game played
before 75,000 fans at Stanford Stadium.
KOFLER HIT Plater on a 19-yard
touchdown pass in the first period and
connected with the BYU star on a 20-
yard scoring toss in the third quarter.
Plater, named the game's outstanding
offensive player, was one short of the
East-West record with his nine recep-
tions. He totaled 120 yards.
The East trailed, 17-13, after the
touchdown pass, but 'Goodson's second
field goal made the margin seven poin-
ts. An East drive late in the game ended
at the West 34, where Florida State
quarterback Rick Stockstill threw an
incomplete pass on fourth down.

In the final minute of the first half,
the East blew a scoring opportunity set
up on a 45-yard interception return by
Alabama's Jim Bob Harris to the West
11.
Stockstill was sacked for a loss of 15
yards by Texas linebacker Bruce
Scholtz, and a fumble by Edwards was
recovered by Kansas linebacker Kyle
McNorton.
Miami's Larry Brodsky gained 110
yards on pass recepfions for the East.
His five catches included a 48-yardei
that set up his team's second touch-
down.

In other college football All-Star ac,
tion, the West came from behind to
defeat the East, 26-23, in the Hula Bowl
yesterday. Brigham Young quarter-
back Jim McMahon teamed with
Baylor running back Walter Aber-
crombie for three touchdown passes to
lead the West to victory.
Michigan running ; back Butch.
Woolfolk, playing on the East squad,
shared rushing honors with the West's
Marcus Allen. Woolfolk scampered for
38 yards on 12 carries.
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