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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, November 30. 1982-Page 11

Hamway leads Spartans' turkey triumph
y3' CHUCK JAFFE _ .stead, the eight active teams showed Bowling GrPen 121 2- "It seems that every time Bowling goals Saturday, including the game- five of Northern's six goals. A thir

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With one CCHA team taking a
*Thanksgiving break and three others
playing non-conference opponents,
most fans would have expected a boring
ockey weekend in the midwest. In-

explosive offense, tight defense and
steady play as the CCHA race tightened
up and got hot.
Michigan State, ranked fourth in the
nation entering the weekend, was the
most impressive, sweeping sixth-rated
Michigan Tech by scores of 6-3 and 3-2.
Senior captain Mark Hamway, who has
played poorly for much of the season,
broke his scoring drought with a flurry
of goals, including the overtime game-
winner in the second game of the series.
"THAT WAS probably the toughest
series we've had all season," said Spar-
tain head coach Ron Mason. "Even
though it was 6-3 in the first game, we
needed some great saves from Ron
Scott to stay in front, and then we went
into overtime to win on Sunday."
The combination of Lyle Phair's two
goals and Scott's goaltending took
Michigan State into overtime, where
Hamway needed just 15 secnds to score
his goal.
"The overtime winner was the big
goal, but Mark Hamway is going to
score his share of goals,"said Mason.
"He is just now working his way back
into the scorescheet, and it is going to
help us."
The wins raised MSU's conference
record to 10-2, good for second place,
while the Huskies were able to hold on
to third place, despite falling to 8-4.

Notre Dame 2-3
Brian Hills set a school record with
ten points in two games, and Notre
Dame showed no visible signs of being
competitive, as the Falcons romped to
a series sweep, 12-2 and 12-3.
"Winning like this is certainly better
than losing by two or three," said
Bowling Green coach Jerry York.
"We're a better team now than we were
early in the year, and even though
we're not playing many close games,
we certainly showed improvement this

Green plays a tem with a good defense
they have problems, and Tech has a
good defense," said the Spartans'
Mason. "They lost and tied at Ohio
State, and I'm not even sure they have
beaten a team with a .500 record. I
think a split on the road would be good
for Bowling Green.'
"We don't expect to split on the
road," said York, "and we know that
Tech will be the best CCHA team we have
faced this year. We aren't concerned
with being in first place right now,
because there are to many good teams,
We're not just pointing to the series
with Michigan State, because we have
to win all of our games."
Michigan 3-5,
Northern Michigan 6-3
Freshman Chris Seychel scored two
WMPL Hockey Poll
Team (Overall) W L T Pt
Bowling Green (10-2-2) ..10 1 1 2
Michigan State (12-2) ....10 2 0 2
Michigan Tech (8-6) ..... 8 4 0 1
Northern Michigan (7-4-2 7 3 2 1
Miami (8-5-1) ..........6 5 1 1
Ohio State (8-4-2)........5 4 1 1
Western Michigan (5-9) . 4 6 0
Ferris State (6-7-1).......3 6 1
Lake Superior (5-7)......3 7 0
MICHIGAN (5-9).......3 9 0
Notre Dame (3-9)'.......3 9 0
Illinois-Chicago (3-13) ... 3 9 0

winner just 1:11 into the third period, to
give Michigan a 5-3 win ad a series split
with the Northern Michigan Wildcats.
Jon Elliott picked up 34 saves in the
nets, and junior transfer student Ray
Dries, playing in his first game as a
Wolverine, scored a goal and two
assists to raise the Michigan record to
3-9, good for a four-way tie for ninth
place.
"We just played with more concen-
tration the second night," said
Michigan coach John Giordano. 'We
were much better at taking their men
off the puck on Saturday.'
In the first game, theWildcats' first
line of Erick Ponath, Bob Curtis and
Dave Nogush did the damage, scoring
CCHA Standings

weekend. We moved the puck excep-
tionally well, almost in a textbook style
of play. We're a team with balanced
scoring, and our players were smark
and passed really well. Some nights
you can do all of those things and end up
losing, 1-0."
THE ROAD gets much tougher for
the first-place Falcons this week, as
they travel north to Houghton to face
Michigan Tech, in what is expected to
be their stiffest challenge of the young
season.

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1. Minnesota-Duluth (8) .13-2-1
2. Minnesota (1) .........12-3-1
Tie. Bowling Green (1) ...10-2-2
4. Michigan State ........ 12-2-0
5. Providence ........... 11-2-0
6. Wisconsin ............ 9-5-2
7. Clarkson .............. 5-0-1
8. North Dakota ..........9-7-0
9. Michigan Tech .........8-6-0
10. Northern Michigan .....7-4-2

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period comeback, sparked by two Ted
Speers' goals and one by Seychel, fell
short late in the game.
Miami 6-4,
Illinois-Chicago 3-i
The Miami Redskins used two goals
by Mike Kirwin to overcome a 1-0
deficit and complete a sweep of the
Illinois-Chicago Flames. The Flames,
coming off a Wednesday night game
against nationally-ranked Wisconsin,
who they took to overtime before losing
3-2, did not carry momentum into the
Miami series, however, and the Re d-
skins came away with the sweep that
dropped Illinois-Chicago into the four-
way last-place tie.
The wins upped Miami's record to 7-
4-1, and moved them past Ohio State in-
to fifth place in the CCHA. For the
season, the Flames fell to 3-9.
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Hamwar
. breaks scoring drought

Harte's heroics can't save lady c

By PAUL HELGREN
The Michigan women's basketball
team opened its season with a pair of
losses in the Grand Rapids Press Tour-
niament, wasting the scoring heroics of
sophomore Peg Harte. Harte was
named to the all-tournament team, but
S that was little consolation for the
='Wolverines as they lost, 93-75, to Cen-
'ral Michigan on Friday, and to
-Michigan State, 83-60, in the consolation
,ame on Saturday. CMU went on to
win the tourney.
Harte led all scorers in both games.
She scored 30 against Central Michigan
Wand then topped that with 31 against

pairings, this tournament was an ex-
cellent opportunity for Michigan and
other schools to look at their young
wrestlers and begin to determine their
lineups. The varsity for this year's
Wolverines will probably not be deter-
mined until Christmas, so this
tournament and last week's Ohio Open
stressed individual, rather than team,
performance.
The Michigan, grapplers wrestled an
estimated 100 matches this weekend,
and several Michigan performers tur-
ned in standout efforts.
In the 134-pound weight class, Ricky
Moore, defeated teammate Mike
DerGarabedian. Moore is a
sophomore, and the coaches were
pleased to see his first tournament win.
In the next weight class the
Wolverines were also strong, as Senior
Mark Pearson took second place.
Pearson's one loss came at the hands of
142-pounder Bob Preston of Toledo.
Sophomore Scott Rechsteiner,
Michigan's 167 pounder, also went all
the way to the finals, only he pulled out
a close 7-6 victory. Rechsteiner
defeated an experienced Matt Dulka of
Cleveland State.
Not to be outdone by his younger
brother, junior Rob Rechsteiner, a
heavyweight, decisioned Cleveland
State's Matt Ghaffari, 9-7. Ghaffari had
beaten Rechsteiner the previous week
in the- Ohio Open, but this time
Rechsteiner was ready for him.
According to assistant coach Joe
Wells "his conditioning was a factor in
his loss he realized that and decided to
do something about it."

Rechsteiner increased his daily run-
ning, and as a result, Wells said, "He
was in control of the entire match."
How much Michigan gained from the
tournament as a team remains to be
seen. It won't be a very long wait,
however, as Michigan heads east to
wrestle sixth-ranked Penn State in a
dual meet December 2 and in the Penn
State Invitational the following two
days.
-STEVE HUNTER
UCLA QB honored
By The Associated Press
Tom Ramsey of UCLA and John
Elway of Stanford, two of college foot-
ball's leading passers, were named Co-

Players of the Year in the Pacific-10
and shared the first team quarterback
designation on the all-conference team
announed yesterday.
Joe Kapp, the former California'
quarterback who returned to Berkeley
this year and guided the Golden Bears
to a 7-4 record, was named Coach of the
Year. The Bears were 2-9 last year.
THE ROSE Bowl bound UCLA Bruins
landed only three players on the 28-man
All-Pac-10 team. Wide receiver Cor-
mac Carney and defensive lineman
Karl Morgan joined Ramsey on the
squad. All three are seniors.
Pac-10 head coaches selected the all-
conference team, and the first-place tie
in Player of the Year voting was only
the second in history. Quarterback Guy

agers
Benjamin of Stanford and Warren
Moon of Washington tied in 1977.
Ramsey, ranked No. 1 nationally in
passing efficiency, passed for 2,824
yards and 21 touchdowns while allowing
only 10 interceptions for the Bruins, 9-1-
1. Elway became the first player in
conference history to pass for 3,000
yards in one season, totaling 3,242, and
finished his college career with several
Pac-10 and national records.

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Harte
... 61 points in two games
MSU. But she hurt her team's chances
by making only 17 of 32 from the free
throw line in the two games. Coach
*Gloria Soluk cited missed free throws as
only a part of the team's misfortunes.
"We didn't have any floor leadership
and we committed crucial turnovers,"
Soluk said. "Also, the free throws hurt
The Wolverines will go after their fir-
st win this Saturday at DePaul. The
Leady Blue Demons are also 0-2, with
losses to Minnesota and Oregon. Soluk
said the game will be a tough one for
Michigan, C"especially playing in
enRosemont Horizon."
Wrres tlers get a workout
This weekend, while most students
were at home stuffing themselves with
turkey, the Michigan wrestling team
was working up a sweat in the Wolverine
open.
The tournament contestants were
Michigan, Cleveland State, Toledo,
WCentral Michigan, Eastern Michigan,
F~erris State, Oakland University,
Saginaw Valley, and Lake Superior
!State. These teams were all there for
the same reason - experience.
EWhile probably not important
enough to effect NCAA tournament

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U-M International Center, Rm. 18
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