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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, October 31, 1982

Page 9

BLUE FALLS SHORT IN 10-9 GOALFEST

BG ices 'M'

comeback

By JOE CHAPELLE
Special to the Daily
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio- An ap-
rent rout turned into a cliffhanger
"here last night as the Michigan hockey
team fell, 10-9, to Bowling Green.
Coming back from a 10-5 deficit in the
third period, Michigan's Chris Seychel,
Tom Stiles, Ted Speers and Jim Mc-
Cauley accounted for four goals to pull
the Wolverines within one.
With 4:16 left and the Wolverines
trailing, 10-8, coach John Giordano
pulled goalie Mark ,Chiamp. The
Wolverines then put on their best
ibition of hockey prowess, as they
ame withint one, with McCauley
slamming in the last goal of the
evening.
"I'm happy with the comeback," said
Giordano. "We played well all night. I
think our conditioning showed at the
end."
THE FALCONS completely out-
played the Wolverines in the first
period, outscoring Michigan 4-1.
Sowling Green struck just 43 seconds
to the period when sophomore Garry
Galley took a Brian Hills rebound and
poked the puck into the l'eft side of the
net.

The second Falcon goal came at the
7:26 mark when freshman Jamie Wan-
sbrough stole the puck from Michigan
defenseman Doug May and fired it past
Jon Elliott into the left side of the goal.
Bowling Green scored again at 8:55
when Hills took a Peter Wilson pass
near center ice and broke away one-on-
one against Elliott, literally placing the
puck in the cage.
AFTER missing several scoring op-
portunities, the Wolverines took
revenge at the 13:21 mark with a
power-play goal. With Falcon center
Dave Kane in the penalty box for
elbowing, Michigan's Jeff Grade took a
pass from Steve Yoxheimer and fired a
slapshot into the goal. That made the
score 3-1.
The Wolverines stirred to life in the
second period, scoring two goals in 30
seconds, after giving up one more to the
Falcons. After Samanski accounted for
the first goal of the period for the
Falcons, Michigan struck back at 4:27
when senior Brad Tippett took a
rebound from a Paul Kobylarz shot and
fired it into the cage. The Wolverines,
taking advantage of the Falcons'

disorganization after Tippett's goal,
scored again at 4:53 when freshman
Todd Carlile garnered the first goal of
his Michigan career.
MICHIGAN'S Chris Seychel put the
Wolverines back into the game at 7:07
with an unassisted breakaway goal,
making the score 5-4.
But Bowling Green retaliated when
George Roll and Kim Collins each gar-
nered goals at 8:37 and 14:53 respec-
tively.
THE SECOND period ended on a wild
note, however, when Bowling Green
scored two shorthanded goals, one
coming as the result of a penalty shot.
Michigan's Speers tripped the Falcons'
Kane on a breakaway. That resulted in
a penalty shot, which Kane took in,
deking out Elliott before slipping the
puck into the net.'
"The penalty shot made the differen-
ce in the game," said Giordano. "I
think it was a bad call."
The win raised Bowling Green's
record to 4-0 in the CCHA and 4-1-1
overall, while Michigan dropped to 1-3
in conference play, 3-3 overall.

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Bowled over

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring- 1. BGSU-Galley (Hills, Wilson) :43; 2.
BGSU-Wansbrough (unassisted) 7:26; 3. BGSU-Hills
(Wilson, Collins) 8:55; 1. M-Grade (Yoxheimer,
McIntyre) 13:21; 4. BGSU-Randerson (Rolle, Pikul)
17:07.
Penalties-BGSU-Ellett (hooking) 2:15; BGSU-
Mills (roughing) 8:37; M-Milburn (roughing) 7:59;
BGSU-Kane (elbowing) 11:24; BGSU-Samanski
(roughing, high-sticking) 18:02; M-Stiles (roughing)
18:02; M-Speers (hooking) 19:21.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 5. BGSU-Samanski (Hack, W. Wilson)
2:49; 2. M-Tippett (Kobylarz, Downing) 4:27; 3. M-
Carlile (Kobylarz) 4:53; 4. M-Seychel (Tippett, Mc-
Cauley) 7:07; 6. BGSU-Roll (Randerson) 8:37; 7.
BGSU-K. Collins (Kane, Ellett) 14:57; 5. M-
Krussman (Milburn) 17:18; 8. BGSU-Kane
(unassisted, penalty shot) 19:18; 9. BGSU-Hills
(Roll) 19:48.
Penalties: BGSU-Pikul (roughing) 6:24; BGSU-
Randerson (roughing) 8:37; M-Neff (roughing) 8:37;

BGSU-Pikul (high-sticking) 10:49; M-Krussman
(high-sticking) 10:49; M-Neff (hooking) 16:26;
BGSU-Catylini (roughing) 18:50.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 10. BGSU-Samanski (Wansbrough) 1:32;
6. M-Speers (Tippett, Goff) 5:36; 7. M-Seychel
(Speers, May) 10:44; 8. M-Stiles (Krussman, Mc-
Crimmon) 14:34; 9. M-McCauley (Speers, Seychel)
19:39.
Penalties: M-Yoxheimer (holding) 3:16; BGSU-
Ellett (interference) 3:16; M-Grade (high-sticking)
4:17; BGSU-Galley (elbowing) 4:17; BGSU-Hills
(slashing) 4:17; BGSU-Mills (hooking) 5:42.
SAVES
1 2 3 T
M-Elliott ..............................15 8 - 23
Chiamp ............................. . 8 8
BGSU-Collings .........................8 7 11 26
Scoring By Periods
1 2 3 T
MICHIGAN ............................1 4 4 9
Bowling Green .........................4 5 1 10

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SAE
sloshes
to
Mudbowl
victory.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon used Denis Raue's interception to hold off a late second-
half drive by Phi Delta Theta and preserve a 6-0 victory yesterday in the 48th an-
nual Mudbowl football game.
SAE PUT the only points of the game on the board midway through the first half
when Jeff Harris hit a diving Chris Fowler in the end zone on a five-yard pass play.
Harris himself set up the touchdown a few plays earlir..on a pretty third-down run
from deep in his own end to just past midfield. After a dropped pass in the end zone,
the SAE line gave Harris plenty of time to find Fowler for the score.
The contest, which was allegedly played under IM touch football rules, took
place in six to 12 inches of slimy, gooey mud in the mudbowl. Preparation for the
classic took place over the span of a week when the field was first roto-tilled and
then drenched by thousands of gallons of water.
During halftime of the contest the field was "reconditioned," courtesy of the Ann
Arbor Fire Department and their hoses, and-the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority slid
by Pi Beta Phi, 2-1, in a quasi-soccer match that was actually a combination of
rugby, European hand-ball, and mud wrestling. Katie Compton and Kathy Warren
provided the scoring for the winners. Phi Phi's score came when two Pi Phis
managed to push the Theta goalie, and the ball, into the Theta net.

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SCORES
College Football
Notre Dame 27, Navy 10
Florida St. 24, Miami (Fla.) 7
SMU 47, Texas A&M 9
Penn State 52, Boston College 17
Arkansas 24, Rice 6
Oklahoma St. 30, Missouri 20
Pittsburgh 49, Louisville 0
Nebraska 52, Kansas 0
Ball State 16. Eastern Michigan 7
W. Michigan 27, N. Illinois 3
Alabama 20, Mississippi St. 12
UCLA 40, Oregon 12

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STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Mike
Dotterer ran 46 yards for a touchdown
midway in the second period, opening a
Stanford scoring binge which carried
the Cardinals to a 43-31 upset victory
over second-ranked Washington and
ended the Huskies' 10-game winning
*eak yesterday.
Stanford lost the football, on a fumble
and interception, on its first two plays
from scrimmage and trailed
Washington 17-7 midway in the second
period of the nationally televised
Pacific-10 Conference game.
THE CARDINAL offense, directed by
quarterback John Elway, then erup-
ted for 30 points in 13 minutes, and Stan-
ford led 37-17 early in the third quarter.
*otterer, a tailback, got a key block
from fulback Kaulana Park on the 46-
yawd touchdown run, and Dotterer's 1-
yard touchdown run a few minutes later
sent Stanford ahead, 20-17.
Maryland 31,
North Carolina 24
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - Willie
Joyner rushed for a school record 240
yards and two fourth-quarter touch-
downs to lead Maryiand to a 31-24 up-
t over 10th-ranked North Carolina
yesterday.
Joyner's 16 carries included an 84-
yard scoring run with 7:31 remaining
that clinched the Terrapins' sixth
straight victory and raised their record
to 6-2, 4-0 in the ACC.
With North Carolina leading 24-17,
Joyner tied the score on a 49-yad run
with 13:11 remaining to cap an 80-yard,
three-play scoring drive.
Georgia 34, Memphis St. 3

The loss extended the Tiger losing
streak to 15, longest in the nation
among major colleges.
Florida 19, Auburn 17
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Jim
Gainey's 42-yard field goal with one
second left to play, his third of the game
and second in the final three minutes, lif-
ted Florida to a dramatic 19-17 victory
yesterday over 19th-ranked Auburn.
Gainey, whose 31-yard field goal with
2:51 remaining had sliced into Auburn's
17-13 lead, connected after Florida
recovered an onside kick at the Auburn
45 with 2:47 to go and then let the clock
run down to five seconds before calling
its final time out after reaching the 25.

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