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Page 8-Sunday, October 17, 1982-The Michi
Miehigr
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possessed a first and goal at the Michigan one.
Ironically, it was here that the Wolverines took
the reigns which they would not loosen until late
in the final quarter.
RUNNING BACK Owen Gill took the handoff,
was hit hard by Burgei and coughed up the ball.
Cornerback Marion Body smothered the ball, as

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well as the Hawkeyes lone scoring opportunity of
the first half.
"I hit him right as the ball was handed off,"
said the 5-10, 189-pound senior. "I popped him
with my helmet. I heard somebody yell 'ball' as
it squirted away."
"That fumble was like money in the bank,"
said Schembechler. "That's why you never con-
cede down there. You just keep playing tough
and hitting hard ... We stopped them, and until
we put our second team in at the end, they did not
drive on us."
THE WOLVERINES took possession and
drove down to their own 43-yard line where
Hawkeye linebacker Larry Station scooped up a
Lawrence Ricks fumble following the tailback's
28-yard run. Iowa was unable to move the ball
and punter Reggie Roby prepared to boot it.
Outside linebacker Carlton Rose blocked the
kick, the ball bounced through the Iowa endzone
and Michigan went up 2-0 with the safety.
"Any time you kick away to Carter, you have
to angle the ball which takes a little longer," said
Schembechler. "And, well, that was not planned
to block the punt. We just kept the ends coming."
MICHIGAN continued possession at the 20,
headed the ball down to the Iowa 24, but could not
cross the Iowa goal line. Ali Haji-Sheikh was
good for a Michigan 44-yard field goal and the
Wolverines widened their lead to 5-0.
The Wolverines took the offensive again with
less than 2:00 left in the half and drove down to
the Iowa 11-yard line. Vince Bean caught a
touchdown pass in the right corner of the en-
dzone, Haji-Sheikh converted the extra point and

s past Hawkeyes, 29-7

the Wolverines left for the lockerroom with a 12-0
advantage.
Carter ran back the second-half kick 30 yards.
Michigan moved the ball to the Hawkeye nine
and Haji-Sheikh's 26-yard field goal gave
Michigan a 15-point bulge.
"IT WAS AN unusual game," said Schem-
bechler. ". . . We'd drive all the way down'there,
and have to settle for a field goal. Their defense
is pretty good."
Michigan crushed all Hawkeye hopes when
defensive tackle Mike Hammerstein scooped up
a Chuck Long fumble at the Iowa five-yard line
early in the fourth quarter. Tailback Rick
Rogers hopped over Iowa left tackle Mark Bortz
on the next play and scooted in for the touch-
down. Haji-Sheikh's kick made it 22-0.
The Wolverines sealed the home-towners' cof-
fin with another Rogers' touchdown with only
6:28 left in the game.,The touchdown came from
one-yard out.
IOWA'S ONLY touchdown came in the last
three minutes of the game, when tight end Huf-
ford grabbed a pass from three yards out.
Smith completed 13 of 24 pass attempts for 172
yards and one touchdown, and didn't throw an in-
terception.
"Smith was right on the money today," said
Schembechler. "We really ran on their defen-
se ... We got a lot off of their mistakes, but the
big thing is 29-7 and we stopped them."

Rogers
... scores two touchdowns

AP Photo
Lawrence Ricks heads for the goal line in the second quarter dragging Iowa's Tony Wancket.
Ricks didn't get over on this attempt, but he did score three plays later to give Michigan a 12-0
lead at halftime.

Off the Record
By BOB WOJNO WSKI
fcorn and Carter.. .
... football in Iowa
A SPORTS WRITER'S notebook from theGreat Plains...
* There's no airport in Iowa City. You fly into Cedar
Rapids, about 15 miles to the north, and discover there really
isn't much of an airport there either. A small brick building
rises out of a small smattering of runways and serves as lan-
ding point for a small number of planes. You half-expect to
see rows of people lined up outside the runway fence, grin-
ning and pointing with excitement at the gleaming planes.
* Just an idle thought: You can probably stand at one end
of Iowa City and see clear across to the other, with only an
occasional grain elevator obscuring the view.
* Big bummer number one: The star attraction in Iowa-
the corn-is all dead at this time of year. Small consolation:
Seeing a large woman wearing jean overalls and a CAT cap.
* Friendly types these Iowa people. The Hawkeye mar-
ching band spells out "Howdy" to the visiting fans' section
before the start of the game: However, the effect is marred
by the marching band's uniforms-certainly the most god-
awful combination of moldy orange and dreary black this
reporter has ever laid eyes on.

Alone at the top

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MICH IOWA

First Downs ........................... 19
Rushing (Att/yards)....................42/216
Passing (Att/Comp/Imt).............. 24/13/0
Passing Net Yards .................... 172
Fumbles (NO/Lost) ................... 2/1
Punts (NO/Avg.) ...................... 5/37

36
37/47
32/19/0
220
3/2
7/39

IOWA-Hufford 8-yard pass from Long (Nichol kick)
RUSHING
MICHIGAN

Love-Jordan ................... 1
Harmon ..................... 1
Buggs ... ................... i

6
0
6

6
0
6

0
0
0

Ricks ........... ............
Rogers ........... ...........
Rice ...........................

1

4
5
7

SCORING
MICHIGAN ........................0 12 3 14 - 29
IOWA ........................0 0 0 7 - 7
SCORING PLAYS
MICH-Safety (blocked punt out of end zone)
MICH-Haji-Sheikh 44-yard FG
MICH-Bean 11-yard pass from Smith (Haji-Sheikh kick)
MICH-Haji-Sheikh 26-yard FG
MICH-Rogers 5-yard run (Haji-Sheikh kick)
MICH-Rogers 1-yard run (Haji-Sheikh kick)

Ricks ......................
Smith, S....................
Rice .......................
Rogers......................
Garrett........................
K. Smith ......................
M ercer ,.... ................
Iowa
Granger .......................
Phillips............ .......
Long ..........................
G ill ............... ...........

Att.
18
12
22
3

Yds.
120
0
6
2
19
15

Avg.
5.6
0
5.1
1
4.5
5
5.6
3.8
-4.1
0

TD
0
0
0
2L
0
0
0

IOWA
PASSING Phillips.....................
MICHIGAN Granger .......................
Att. Comp. Int. Yds. TD Harmon..................
S. Smith ............... 24 13 0 172 1 Hufford....................
IOWA Moritz.........................
Long................... 32 19 0 220 1 Happle ........................
PUNTING
RECEIVING
MICHIGAN
MICHIGAN

5
5
4
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39
70
26
9
15

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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4

5
13
13
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50
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0

0
0
0
0

Bean ..........................
Carter.......,.................
Dunaway....................

No. Yds.
4 57
3 61
3 38

TD
0
0
0

' Bracken ...............................
IOWA
Robey .............................. ..
Nichol.................... .......

No.
5
4
2

Avg.
37
53.3
30.5

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* Oh yeah, the game. OK, Iowa's fumble on the:
one-yard line early in the second quarter was a
Alright, it was a very big play, but ...

Michigan
big play.

"It meant a lot, said Hawkeye quarterback Chuck Long,
who played valiantly in the face of a fierce Michigan defense.
"If we had scored, I thought we'd have been in the game. It
probably would've gone all the way down to the wire."
.not that big. The Wolverines would've whumped 'em
anyhow and that's for sure.
" Wolverine cornerback Jerry Burgei, who applied the hit
that caused running back Owen Gill to cough up the ball on
the Michigan one, got knocked out of the game, literally, late
in the third quarter. "The trainer came out and said to me,
'do you know my name,' ".said Burgei. "I said 'yeah, it's
Russ.' I said to him, 'what happened?' All I rembmer is
things going off in my head like lightening bolts."
} Carlton Roses' block of Reggie Roby's punt in the second
quarter was the second blocked kick suffered by Roby in the
past two weeks. Don't blame the strong-legged Iowa punter
though. He's a two-step kicker, one of the few in the nation,
and has one of the quickest releases around.
*Anthony Carter descended from football's lofty level of
legendhood for a moment yesterday, just long enough to drop
a sure 45-yard touchdown pass from Steve Smith in the fourth
quarter. After the game, Bo was trying to explain how good
Smith was by saying that the receivers dropped a couple of
his passes. "And Arnold dropped that touchdown pass," said
Schembechler, and then to a totally baffled press corps, ex-
plained: "Oh, that's Carter, he'll answer to anything -A.C.,
Anthony, Arnold, whatever." Just don't call him late for din-
ner, huh?
" Oh my, this Kinnick Stadium is an architectural night-
mare. One end of the field is open, with a grass incline
surrounding a small section of bleachers. Students
presumably, paying customers, blanket the little hill and
watch the game from their grassy perch. The other end of the
stadium looks like it was designed by an inebriated
geometrist, with sections of bleachers facing at all sorts of
odd angles, at all sorts of distances from the field.
" With two starters missing from the Michigan secondary -
Brad Cochran, who quit the team, and John Lott, who didn't
make the trio because of a fractured forearm - there was
talk that the Wolverine secondary might soon become a weak
link in the defense. But Marion Body filled in ably for the
ailing Lott and junior Rich Hewlett, freshman Tony Gant and
senior Jeff Cohen all saw some playing time and all played
well. "They did a great job covering," said Hawkeye head
honcho Hayden Fry. "They played super defense. I really
can't fault my quarterback."
" Enough of the game, now what was that 30-foot inflatable
doll doing dressed as Herky the Hawkeye doing outside the
stadium before the game?
* Big bummer number two: Whatever happened to those old

CHAMPAIGN (AP) - Freshman Rich
Spangler kicked a 27-yard field goal with eight secon-
ds to go yesterday to give Ohio State a 26-21 victory
over Illinois.
The game ended with Illinois quarterback Tony
Eason sacked in the end zone for a two-point safety.
SPANGLER, WHO missed three earlier field goals,
spoiled Illinois' 14-point fourth quarter rally and han-
ded the Illini their first Big Ten loss of the season.
OSU quarterback Mike Tomczak threw 74 yards for
one touchdown and jumped over the goal line for
another to give the Buckeyes a 21-7 fourth quarter
lead.
But Illinois freshman Thomas Rooks raced 21 yar-
ds for one TD, and Eason passed five yards to Kirby
Wilson for a second, as Illinois tied the game 21-21.
Wisconsin 24, Michigan St. 23
MADISON (UPI) - Safety David Greenwood
' intercepted a 2-point conversion pass at the goal line
with 13 seconds left yesterday and Wisconsin escaped
with a 24-23 victory over Michigan State, handing the
reeling Spartans their seventh straight defeat.
The victory was the fourth in a row for Wisconsin,
now 4-2 overall, and left the Badgers alone in third
place in the Big Ten with a 3-1 record.
Michigan State, off to its worst start since 1917
when it went 0-9, slumped to 0-6 on the year.
Purdue 34, Northwestern 21
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) - Tailback Mel
Gray rushed for a career-high 193 yards and two
touchdowns yesterday as Purdue ended a nine-game
losing streak, its longest in 74 years, with a 34-21 Big
Ten Conference football victory over Northwestern.
Gray's touchdowns on runs of two yards and one
yard in the second quarter gave the Boilermakers a
14-7 halftime lead. Then, with quarterback Scott
Campbell directing the passing attack, the Boiler-
makers took control after recovering a Northwestern
fumble early in the third period.
The victory lifted Purdue to 1-4 in the Big Ten and 1-
5 for all games. Northwestern, losing to Purdue for
the eighth straight year, dropped to 1-4 in the con-
ference and 2-5 overall.
Indiana 40, Minnesota 21
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Orlando Brown rushed for

159 yards and three touchdowns, leading Indiana to a
40-21 Big Ten victory over Minnesota yesterday af-
ternoon.
Brown's running backed up the passing of Hoosiers
quarterback Babe Laufenberg, who completed 16 of
27 passes for 236 yards and one touchdown.
Arizona 16, Notre Dame 13
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Max Zendejas' third
field goal of the game, a 48-yarder coming as time
ran out yesterday, lifted Arizona to a 16-13 victory
over previously unbeaten and ninth-ranked Notre
Dame.
The Wildcats mounted a final drive from their own
20, with quarterback Tom Tunnicliffe firing 19 yards
to Brad Anderson to set the ball at the Irish 32 with six
seconds remaining. After Arizona called time out,
Zendejas drilled home the winning points as the clock
ran out.
Tennessee 35, Alabama 28
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Alan Cockrell fired
two touchdown passes, Fuad Reveiz kicked four field
goals and Chuck Coleman iced the game with a 34-
yard touchdown run in the final quarter as Tennessee
upset second-ranked Alabama 35-28 in a Southeastern
Conference football game yesterday.
The victory ended 11 years of frustration for the
Vols, who had not won this annual skirmish since a 24-
0 triumph in 1970.
Big Ten Standings
Conf. Overall

4

4

4

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MICHIGAN ................
Illinois .....................
Wisconsin ...............
Iowa .......................
Ohio State..............
Indiana ....................
Minnesota .................
Purdue .................
Northwestern............
Michigan State..........

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Ohio State's sophomore quarterback Mike Tomczak (15) picks
up seven yards on a keeper before being brought down by
Illinois linebacker Mark Butkus (53).

I

Michigan Icers cream Windsor, 7-2

SCORES

By MIKE McGRAW
For the second straight year,
the Michigan hockey team has
jumped out to a 2-0 record as
yesterday the icers continued
their scoring spree over the Win-
dsor Lancers, this time by a more
modest score of 7-2 as compared
to Friday's 11-3 rout.
Michigan thoroughly
dominated Windsor again, out-
shooting the Lancers 55-18. But
just as was the case Friday night,
it was Windsor who took the early
lead.
THE GAME began with
Michigan drawing a quick
penalty as freshman Chris
Seychel was sent off after 11

The Wolverines got several
scoring opportunities in the time
that followed as Windsor
netkeeper Steve Sapardinas was
given consecutive minor
penalties. Another Lancer
violation gave Michigan a six to
three man advantage for about 20
seconds. The Wolverines finally
scored at 16:31 off a faceoff to the
right of Sapardinas. Freshman
winger Jim Mans got the draw
back to DeMartino who slammed
it into the net from just inside the
blue line.
TWO MINUTES later Ted
Speers took a long pass at center
ice from Frank Downing and
deflected it up to Brad Tippett,

shot drawing the goalie out of
position. Both teams got a scare
later on when Michigan defen-
seman Bill Brauer skated in on
the front end of a two-on-one and
took an errant shot, after which
he collided with Sapardinas and
then slid into the goalpost. Both
players were down momentarily
but returned to the game. Brauer
suffered a hip pointer in the in-
cident.
"We played pretty well, but
there are still a lot of things we
need improvement on," said

coach John Giordano after the
game. "This series was a good
tune up, we'll just have to con-
tinue to put the pieces together
one at a time."
The Wolverines treated the
crowd of 3,124 to goals by Steve
Yoxheimer and Speers to close
'out the second and then Frank
Downing tallied in the third for
his first collegiate goal.
Oddly, Windsor goalie Steve
Sapardinas let in seven goals, but
was voted the game's No. 1 star.

College Football Scores
Boston University 26, Rhode Island 16
Brown 38, Cornell 19
Dartmouth 14, Harvard 12
Lafayette 35, U. Penn. 20
Holy Cross 10, Connecticut 7
Maine 42, Massachusetts 24
Maryland 52, Wake Forest 14
'. Navy 39, William & Mary 3
Pittsburgh 38,Temple 17
Yale 36, Columbia 10
Clemson 49, Duke 14
Florida 77, W. Texas St. 14
Furman 28,S. Carolina 3
Georgia 27, vanderbilt 13
N. Carolina 41, No. Carolina St. 9
VMI 35, James Madison 7
W. Virginia 16, Virginia Tech 6
Bowling Green 20, N. Illinois 18
Central Michigan 16, Toledo 12
N. Michigan 47, Grand Valley St. 29
Brigham Young 39, Hawaii 25
California 10. Oregon 7
Colorado St. 21, Air Force I1
Fullerton St. 20. Wyoming 16

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Goalie onslaught

Yoxheimer (Speers, DeMartino) 14:30; 8. M-

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