Tuesday, November 23, 1982
t knees are great and I feel good physically. I think I
will improve every time out. I still have a ways to go,
t but I'll be there when the season starts."
Last night's game was also the fans' first look at
Michigan's vaunted freshman class and for the most
part, they weren't disappointed. Roy Tarpley looked
e especially sharp as he hit on six of eight shots, grab-
s bed four caroms, and blocked three shots.
"Roy is in the right spots and scored the baskets,"
said Frieder. "He has to get more physical and play a
tougher defense. That will all come with maturity. He
has a lot of potential."
Team co-captain Eric Turner, last year's freshman
sensation, played more of a leadership role in the
game, setting up the forwards and trying to help the
freshman out. Still, Turner managed to garner six
points with some impressive outside shooting, and as
usual made the big passes.
"I thought I played good tonight," said Turner. "I
was trying to make sure everyone got in on some of-
fense and got some experience."
ins don't always mean bowl bids
3 BARKER Y
service reports Iowa (7-4) will match up against Ten- socked Clemson with one of the tive players automobiles, television
es it takes more than gridiron nessee (6-3-1) in the Peach Bowl. Tulsa, toughest football probations ever levied sets, - clothing, "substantial" sums of
b a bowl bid. however, who is 10-1 and ranked 19th in yesterday, imposing a two-year ban on cash and other gifts, the NCAA said. In
h Michigan (20) and Ohio the AP poll, was knocked out of a television and post-season appearances addition, the NCAA said Clemson had
are the only two Big Ten possible appearance in the Hall of and stripping the Tigers of 20 football awarded scholarships to. friends and
urrently included in the Fame bowl when Air Force upset Notre scholarships. relatives of recruits and paid telephone
V an- r m_ T...n in Dame. 30-17, last weekend. Clemson had already announced last bills of recruits' families.
Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
Michigan's Anthony Carter has been named to the 1982 Kodak All-American
team for the second consecutive year. The Wolverines' wide receiver has
snared 38 passes this season averaging over 20 yards per catch, and is
among the leaders in the nation in punt returning. His nine touchdowns in-
clude this 62-yard bomb from quarterback Steve Smith in the Purdue game
two weeks ago.
Special to the Daily.
Both the Michigan men's andr
women's cross country teams turned in
stellar performances yesterday in the
1982 NCAA Championships.
Led by senior Gerard Donakowski
and junior Brian Diemer, the Wolverine
men's team notched sixth place in the
meet at Indiana University.
Donakowski placed seventh in the
nation with a time of 30:31 in the ten
kilometer race. Diemer placed 18th
with a time of 30:43.
WISCONSIN was crowned as the first
Big Ten team to win the championship
in 23 years. Michigan State was the last
Big Ten team to win the championship,
that coming in 1959.
The Michigan women's team, par-
ticipating in the Nationals for the first
time ever, placed eighth in the country.
Virginia took the crown from defending
champion and 1982 runner-up Stanford.
The Wolverines were led by junior
Lisa Larsen, who placed 25th with a
time of 17:35 in the 5,000 meter race.
Other Wolverines to place were senior
Melanie Weaver, freshman Sue
Schroeder, sophomore Judy Yuhn, and
Sue Frederick-Foster, a senior.
By JOE CHAPELLE
The Bowling Green Falcons managed
to hold on to their lead in the CCHA race
last weekend by sweeping a two game
series at Lake Superior. The Soo
Lakers, however, didn't make it easy
for the Falcons, as Lake Superior lost
the overtime contest, 6-5, Friday and
fell just two goals shy in Saturday's 6-4
In the series opener, the Lakers jum-
ped out to a 5-2 advantage at the end of
the second period. Early in the third
period, Falcon freshman Jamie Wan-
sbrough scored a power play goal to
spark the Bowling Green comeback.
With only seven minutes left inthe con-
test and the Falcons down, 5-3, junior
defenseman Wayne Wilson tallied a
shorthanded goal. Senior center Brian
Hills then knotted the game at the-16:32
mark. That score ended up sending the
contest into overtime. George Roll cin-
ched a BGSU victory with his overtime
Michigan State 3-3,
THE SECOND-place Spartans
boosted their record to 8-2 in the CCHA
and 10-2 overall this weekend, taking a
two game series from Miami of Ohio,
but just like the league-leading
Falcons, the Spartans had to go into
overtime Friday night to do it.
With the opening game tied, 2-2, and
only one minute in the overtime period,
Michigan State junior defenseman Jeff
Eisley put the puck into the net on a
breakaway to give the Spartans the vic-
tory. The contest marked the fifth con-
secutive weekend that the Redskins
played in an overtime game.
Michigan State narrowly on on
Saturday, 3-2, building a two-game
winning streak for the Spartans, who
had their eight-game streak stopped
two weeks ago by Northern Michigan.
Michigan Tech 6-6,
Notre Dame 5-4
The Huskies extended their winning
streak to eight games by squeezing a
two-game series from the Irish.
Michigan Tech's leading scorer Steve
Murphy paced the Husky attack, gar-
nering two goals and two assists in the
NOTRE DAME'S senior Kirt Bjork of
Trenton, Michigan, however, turned
out a more stunning Friday-night per-
formance. Bjork came away from the
series opener with a hat trick, including
one shorthanded goal. The 5-9, 170- i
pound forward was injured in the third
period Friday and missed Saturday's
Northern Michigan 4-4,
Northern Michigan celebrated the
opening of its new ice arena Friday
night with a win over Illinois-Chicago.
The Flames, however, came back on
Saturday to grab a one goal win. Rich4
Blakey, the Flames goalie recorded 42
saves in Saturday's game and stopped
78 of 85 shots in the series.
Western Michigan 5-3,
Ferris State 4-7
The Broncos and Bulldogs split a
home-home series this weekend with
each team winning a game on its home
ice. The Friday-night win allowed the
Broncos to edge out Ferris State for
seventh place in the CCHA standings.
BOWLING GREEN assistant coach
Buddy Powers agreed that Lake
Superior had given the Falcons a scare.
"We weren't playing well at all," said
Wilson. They have some quick forwar-
ds that were just playing extremely
well. They had us on the ropes."
Powers credited Wilson with
sparking the Falcons to the win. "I
think the whole team just started to
play, but if anyone helped us it was
Wayne Wilson," said Powers. "He was
on the ice for all three of the goals in the
third period and scored the shorthan-
The Falcons won, 6-4, on Saturday,
and Powers again credited the Soo
Lakers with putting up a tremendous
battle. "We were playing well Satur-
day, and they were still taking it to us,"
Bowling Green ..............
Ohio State ...................
M iam i.......................
Ferris State .................
Lake Superior ...............
Notre Dame .................
W L T
8 2 0
8 2 0
6 2 2
5 4 1
4 5 1
4 6 0
3 6 1
3 7 0
3 7 0
3 7 0
2 8 0
WiPL Hockey Poll Pts
1. Minn.-Duluth (7)...............96
2. Minnesota (3).................86
3. Bowling Green ...................78
4. Michigan State ...................67
5. Providence .......................51
6. Michigan Tech ...................44
7. Wisconsin ..................28
8. Clarkston ........................26
9. Northern Michigan ...............19
10. North Dakota ....................16
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Wisconsin at Illinois-Chicago
Northern Michigan at MICHIGAN
Notre Dame at Bowling Green
Ohio State at Windsor
Western Michigan at Denver
York at Ferris State
CCHA Scoring Leaders
1. Chris Seychel, MICHIGAN 12
2.Brian Hills, Bowl. Gr..... 12
3. Ted Speers, MICHIGAN.. 12
4. Brad Tippett, MICHIGAN 12
5. Dave Kobry, Ohio State.. 12
Miami at Illinois-Chicago
Michigan Tech at Michigan State
After one week in the two-week,
season-ending Griddes competition,
five people are tied for the lead with
14-6 records. The leaders are Michael
Thompson, Mike Peters, Patrick
Mullahy, and two brothers - Tony and
Guy Bordo. Forty million people are
Gymnasts finish eleventh
in Chicago invitational
By PAUL RESNICK
"Really good top individual per-
formances." said men's: gymnastics
LOKEN CITED exceptionally strong
competition as one of the reasons for
the Wolverine's poor showing.