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The Michigan Daily

Sunday, November 21, 1982

Pag 9

Icers end skein; down Bucks, 5-4


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It's about time somebody beat this
school. And for the Michigan hockey
team, their 5-4 victory over Ohio State
was especially gratifying as it snapped
a seven-game losing streak.
Mark Chiamp took over for Jon
Elliott in the net and turned in a stellar
performance stopping 30 OSU shots and
was voted the game's number one star.
Another noticeable change for the
Wolverines was the transfer of center
Ted Speers back to the defense.
HEAD COACH John Giordano
thought that the move of Speers played
a role n the improved defensive play.
"We had to put Speers'ondefense, as
much as I didn't want to, except as a
last resort," said Giordano. "Ted's
given so much to this program. I think
he's potentially an All-American for-
ward, But he's a real team player, he
didn't complain at all.
Speers in addition to playing multiple
positions, has also become quite a
workhorse for the Wolverines. "Speers
was on the ice 50% of the time tonight,
and when you've got your best player
out there that much, you're going to
have some success," added Giordano.
"As long as we keep winning, he is
going to be out there."
SPEERS AND Chiamp led the injury-
ridden Michigan defense to almost two

periods of shutout play, but then the
Buckeyes came to life and rallied to
within one. "Tonight we didn't get tothe
point where we caved in on defense like
we've done the last two weeks although
we did run into trouble at points," Gior-
dano added.
Michigan began the game by con-
trolling the puck for the most part but
handled it sloppily. OSU. s Andy
Browne went off at 2:05 for hooking but
the Wolverine's only good scoring
chance went awry when defenseman
Doug May slapped a shot wide from the
left face off circle.
JOE MILBURN made things exciting
for the crowd of 3,420 when three
minutes later he took off on a two man
breakaway and was hauled down by the
Buckeye's Mike Rousseau. 48 seconds
into the penalty, Michigan freshman
Chris Seychel took the puck behind the
goal and was stopped by Ohio goalie
Bob Krautsak when he tried to stuff it in
but Brad Tippet was there to put in the
rebound and put the Blue on top.
Chiamp kept Michigan ahead with
several goods saves and the offense
responded. Tom Stiles intercepted the
puck at the Ohio State blue line and
walked in and slid a backhander past
Krautsak at 8:27. Later in the period
the Michigan defense staved off 42
seconds of a Buckeye two-man advan-

Ohio State's Paul Pooley was in the
penalty box as the second period star-
ted and just as his penalty expired,
Seychel poked one in during a scramble
in front of the OSU net.
NINE MINUTES later, Wolverine
freshman Frank Downing collected the
puck at center ice on a bounce pass off
the boards from Milburn. Downing out-
skated everyone to the net and slipped
the puck backhanded past Krautsak to
put Michigan up 4-0.
The Bucks finally got on the board
with 1:09 left in the period as Browne
deflected a Gord Rivington shot just un-
der Chiamp's pads. The guys in red
drew closer early in the third as Dave
Kobryn beat Chiamp while the teams
played with four attackers to a side.
Chiamp s
Scoring: I. M-Tippett (Speers, Seychel) 6:54 2. M-
Stiles 8:27 Penalties: OSU-Browne (high-sticking)
2:05; OSU-Roussea (tripping) 6:06; M-Melbourn
(trippijg) 13:24; M-Reid (charging) 14:42; OSU-Paul
Pooley (high-sticking) 18:34.
Scoring: 3. M-Seychel (Tippett, Speers) :39. 4. M-
Downing (Milbourn, Carlile) 9:24; 1. OSU-Browne
(Rivington, Kobryn) 18:51. Penalties OSU-Roussea
(charging) 9:54; M-McCauley (roughing) 15:56;
OSU-Burden (roughing) 15:56; M-Speers (hooking)

Browne pulled Ohio State to within
one with 8:34 left in the game as he spun
around while on his knees and placed
the puck into the far side of the net.
After Tippett hit the post and May
shot ne into the crossbar, Tippett came
back to put Michigan up by two with a
Backhander high into the net. OSU,
however, would not let up as Don
Perkins shot one past a screened
Chiamp with two minutes left. The
Buckeyes pulled Krautsak for the final
minute-and-a-half, but could not gain
the equalizer.
The win pulled Michigan bak into a
tie for 11th in the Central Collegiate
Hockey Association standings with a 2-8
record. OSU is now 5-4-1. Michigan
hosts Northern Michigan next weekend
at Yost Arena.
no chump
Scoring: 2. OSU-Kobryn (Tousseau) 4:20; 3. OSU-
Browne (Shortt, Leask) 11:26; 5. M-Tippett
(Downing, seychel) 17:06; 4. OSU-Perkins (17:58).
Penalties: OSU-Rivington (slashing) 2:29; M-May
(high sticking) 3:56; M-Yoxheimer (roughing) 6:42;
M-Kobylarz (high sticking) 12:05; OSU-Tillotson
(high sticking) 12:05.
1 2 3 T.
M-Chiamp ........ ............. 6 12 12 - 30
OSU-Krautsak ....................10 9, 4 - 23

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Daily Photo by JON SNOW
Michigan team captain Ted Speers battles with Ohio State's Mark Shortt for
the puck in last night's 5-4 Wolverine victory. Speers, normally a center, was
shifted to defense to help the injury-plagued secondary.


PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - Premier
field goal kicker Chuck Nelson missed a
32-yard attempt in the closing minutes
and fifth-ranked Washington fell 24-20
to archrival Washington State yester-
day, pushing the Huskies .out of what
had appeared to be a certain Rose Bowl
Washington, an 18-point favorite,
needed a victory in its Pacific-10 Con-
ference finale against the Cougars to
wrap up a chance for its third straight
New Year's Day visit to Pasadena. But
the loss, coupled with UCLA's victory
over Southern California, ended the
Huskies' Rose Bowl hopes.
Washington-was behind 21-20 when
Nelson, who had made 30 consecutive
field goals, an NCAA record, had the
opportunity give the Huskies the lead
when he lined up for his 32-yard attem-
pt. The ball drifted wide to the right.
The Huskies took possession again
and trailing by one point with just two
minutes left but Cougar Keith Millard
sacked Husky quarterback Tim Cowan
and caused a fumble.
The Cougars' Gerald Waters fell on
the ball.
The Cougars added a 38-yard field
goal by John Traut with just one minute
left to put the game out of Nelson's
With 51 seconds left, the Huskies got
the ball on their own 25 but linebacker
:Mark Pleis promptly intercepted a
Cowan pass.
The Cougars then ran out the last 44
UCLA 20, USC 19
PASADENA (AP) - Quarterback
Tom Ramsey directed a pair of first-
period touchdown drives and UCLA th-
warted a two-point conversion attempt
* by Southern Cal after time had expired
yesterday as the 11th-ranked Bruins.
nipped the 15th-ranked Trojans 20-19 in
4 Pacific-10 Conference football game
at the Rose Bowl.
A crowd of 95,736 and a regional
television audience watched the Troj-
ans score a touchdown on the final play
of the game on a one-yard pass from
quarterback Scott Tinsley to tight end

Rose E

Mark Boyer. But UCLA's Karl Morgan
sacked Tinsley on the two-point conver-
sion attempt.
The victory gave the Bruins a 5-1-1
Pac-10 record and a 9-1-1 overall mark,
The Trojans fell to 5-2 in conference
play and 7-3 on the season.
The Bruins ledsall the way after
driving 80 yards on their first
possession, but the Trojans drove 66
yards in 13 plays as time ran outinvtheir
attempt to pull out the win.
SMU 17, Arkansas 17
IRVING, Tx. (AP) - Quarterback
Lance McIlhenny's short touchdown
run late in the fourth quarter and Jeff
Harrell's perfect placement gave No. 2
ranked Southern Methodist a 17-17 tie
with No. 9 Arkansas yesterday,
assuring the Mustangs the Southwest
Conference championship and a Cotton
Bowl berth against Pittsburgh on New
The tie soured SMU's dreams of a
perfect season, giving the Mustangs a
10-0-1 record and 7-0-1 in the SWC.
ARKANSAS, now 8-1-1 and 5-1-1 in the
SWC, immediately accepted a
Bluebonnet Bowl invitation for the Dec.
31 game in Houston. The Razorbacks
must play Texas Dec. 4 in Austin in an
SWC finale.
Tailback Gary Anderson's three-
yeard touchdown run, his second of the
day, gave Arkansas a 17-10 lead with six
minutes to play but SMU, noted for its
miracle finishes, got a gift on a penalty.
Arkansas defensive back Nathan
Jones was flagged for interference
against Jackie Wilson which gaverSMU
the ball 40 yards downfield at the
Arkansas 17. Mcllhenny scored on a
two yard run four plays later.
SMU had one more chance as
Harrell's 52-yard field goal with one
second left was short. Harrell had
kicked a 49-yarder in the third quarter
to put the Mustangs ahead 10-7.
Air Force 30, Notre Dam 17
- Wishbone quarterback Marty
Louthan ran for 115 yards and two
touchdowns and Sean Pavlich booted

'owi hopes
three long field goals, leading Air Force yard runs
to a 30-17 upset over 18th-ranked Notre field goal
Dame in college football yesterday. a 17-0 lead
The victory was the Falcons' fourth Pavlic
in a row and improved their record to 7- 57 yards r
4, ensuring their first winning season fset a lat(
since 1973. Notre Dame dropped to 6-3- who fired
1, losing to Air Force for the first time the final s
in 12 tries. With se
AIR FORCE capitalized on two Irish clock, the
turnovers for a pair of first half touch- by tearing
downs, both scored by Louthan on two-

and Pavlich kicked a 40-yard
on the final play of the half for
h added field goals of 42 and
n the final quarter, helping of-
e Irish rally lead by O'Hara,
a pair of touchdown passes in
even minutes of the game.
veral seconds showing on the
Cadets celebrated the upset
gdown both goalposts.

TwoforRipey's ...- .

BERKLEY (AP) - Kevin Moen, a
University of California defensive
back, weaved his way through
literally hundreds of people and
scored a touchdown after time had
run out to give the Bears an amazing
25-20 victory over Stanford yester-
It was perhaps the strangest en-
ding to a game in college football
history. Stanford fans in the
Memorial Stadium crowd of 75,662
had streamed onto the Memorial
Stadium field, thinking the ball was
dead, but Moen kept going and
became the hero of the upset vic-
STANFORD'S Mark Harmon
kicked a 35-yard field goal with four
seconds remaining, giving the Car-
dinalsa 20-19 lead, after quarterback
John Elway had maneuvered the
Cardinals into scoring position.Then
Harmon tapped the ball just over
midfield on the kickoff.
As the final seconds ticked off the
clock, several Cal players kept the
ball alive by passing it backward as
they advanced it toward the Stan-
ford goal line.
Moen went about the final 30 yar-
ds, fighting his way through Stan-
ford band members and fans.
CAL FINISHED the season 7-4 by

winning the wild Pacific-10 Con-
ference game. Stanford, which was
expecting an invitation to the Hall of
Fame Bowl if it won, finished 5-6.
Elway, playing his final game for
Stanford, threw two touchdown
passes and finished his career as the
owner of several NCAA and Pac-10
scoring records. Gale Gilbert, Cal's
sophomore quarterback, also threw
two touchdown passes including one
which gave the Bears a 19-14 lead
early in the fourth period.
* * *
BOSTON (AP)- The 99th game of
the tradition-laden Harvard-Yale
football series was delayed for five
minutes yesterday by an unexpected
intruder publicizing another
academic rival.
The surprise interruption came as
the teams lined up for a kick. Sud-
denly, a buried black balloon sprung
up from the field at the Yale 46-yard
THE BALLOON, with the letters
MIT written on it, began inflating.
The device, promoting the
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Harvard's Cambridge
neighbor, apparently was attached
to a motorized device operated by
remote control.
There were no injuries.

I'M'runs to
Yes, sports fans, another national
championship is on the line this week,
tomorrow to be exact. It's the National
Cross Country Championship. And both
the Wolverine men's and women's
teams have a shot at finishing right up
there with the national powers.
The site of the Nationals is Indiana
University, a course the Michigan
men's team mastered earlier this
season in a 7-team meet, which in-
cluded defending. NCAA champion
Texas El-Paso.
MICHIGAN junior Brian Diemer and
senior Gerard Donakowski will lead the
Wolverines in the meet, which includes
twenty teams, plus thirty individual
runners whose teams failed to qualify.
Other Michigan hopefuls will be
senior Bill O'Reilly, junior Jim Sch-
midt, and sophomore Bill Brady.
Diemer, who finished third in both
the Big Ten and District 4 Champion-
ships, said the team will be shooting for
the top five, and that "we'll certainly
make the top ten." Donakowski echoed
this feeling, but pointed out that the
meet is "really tough to call."
DONAKOWSKI singled out Big Ten
Champion Wisconsin and perennial-
favorite Texas El-Paso as the teams to
beat. And, while proud that the
Wolverines had beaten UTEP at In-
diana, he emphasized that the Miners
"were missing two of their top runners.
They weren't at full strength (in the In-
diana meet)." He added that UTEP
has its entire 1981 National Champion-
ship team back, and that Wisconsin's
entry is "awesome."
The Wolverine women have also
qualified for the Nationals, the first
time in Michigan history.

"Our goal for the whole year was to
get to the Nationals," said coach Fran-
cie Goodridge Kraker. "We have a
chance to do well."
JUNIOR. LISA Larsen and senior
Melanie Weaver are expected to lead
the Wolverine assault against the
National Powers.
"I think Virginia will be able to
defend its title," said Goodridge.
"Other teams to finish strong will be
Stanford, Oregon, Clemson, and Ten-
nessee. After that it will be quite a race
and we have a good chance to place
right up there."
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EAST Lafayette 34, Lehigh 6
Boston College 35, Holy Cross 10 Cornell 23, Penn 0
Delaware 46, Bucknell6 Harvard 45, Yale 7
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Pittsburgh 52, Rutgers 6
Clemson 24, S. Carolina 6
Duke 23, N. Carolina 17
James Madison 42. Towson St. 24
Maryland 45, Virginia 14
MississippiSt. 27, Mississippi 10
Tennessee 28, Kentucky 7
Vanderbilt 27, Chattanooga 16
Virginia Tech 14, VMI 3
William & Mary 28, Richmond 17
Indiana 13, Purdue 7
Iowa 24, Michigan St. 18
Wisconsin 24, Minnesota 0
Brigham Young 17, Utah 12
California 25, Stanford 20
Oregon 13, Arizona 7
Oregon St. 30, Montana 10
San Francisco St. 21, Chico St. 19
UCLA 20, Southern Cal. 19
Washington St. 24. Washington 20

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