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Page 8-Saturday, January 15, 1983-The Michigan Daily
Wolverine icers fall to akers,

By TAM BENTLEY
Special to the Daily
SAULT STE. MARIE - The sub-zero tem-
perature wasn't the only thing that was cold in
Sault Ste. Marie last night as the Soo Lakers put
the freeze on the Michigan icer squad, downing
them, 4-3, in Lake Superior's Norris Center.
The Lakers took early control of the game and
never let up, scoring the first goal at 6:44 of the
first period. Laker Fred DeVuono took a pass
from the right corner and knocked the puck in
from the top of the crease, slipping it past
Michigan goalie Mark Chiamp's right side.
THE WOLVERINES came back to even up the
game, though, as Michigan's Kelly McCrimmon
netted the squad's first goal on a power play.
McCrimmon took a pass from co-captain Brad
Tippett and knocked the puck in from the right
side of the crease.
The Soo Lakers bounced back to break the 1-1
tie, though, scoring their second goal at 16:50.
Sophomore center Allan Butler netted the
powerplay goal as Wolverine Todd Carlile was in

Lake Superior freezes
1 in CCHA game

the box for highsticking. Butler has scored at
least one point in the last six games.
The first twenty minutes of play ended with
Michigan trailing the Lakers, 2-1.
THE SECOND period began with a lack of
scoring as 13:30 passesd without a single goal
netted by either squad.
The Lakers remedied that, though, as fresh-
man Scott Johnson, on assists from Peter Bonin
and Chris Bahlquist, netted his squad's third
goal.
Michigan answered with a goal of its own three
minutes later, as Tippett slapped in his first of
thO evening. Laker goalie Lawrence Dyck was
able to save a Pat Goff slapshot from the blue

line but Tippett picked the puck up off the
rebound and fired it past Dyck from the left face-
off circle.
THE SECOND period ended with the
Wolverines still chasing thedSoodLakers and
trailing by a score of 3-2.
Michigan had the opportunity to tie the score in
the third period but failed to utilize it. Tippett,
on a breakaway, -went one-on-one with goalie
Dyck but failed to score as his shot went wide
right of the goal.
The Lakers, on the other hand, made use of
their chances to score and put in goal number
four 7:25 into the third period.
DEFENSEMAN Dave Keegan scored his first
goal since the Lakers game against Michigan

Tracksters break records while

zipping
By JOE EWING
The Michigan women's t
field team opened its indoor
great stride by breakin
fieldhouse and one varsity re
outlasting Saginaw Valley and
Ontario last night at the T
Tennis Building.
"I'm real pleased with ours
said Wolverine coach
Goodridge. "We had a realt
formance. Our freshmen rea
chance to get their feet wet."
SUE FREDERICK-Foste
the Michigan show by breakin
varsity mile record, winningI
in 4:47.12. Frederick-Foster's
mark, which she set last y
4:48.4.
"I was pretty pleased wit
Frederick-Foster said. "It wa
meet of the year and I was jus
feel it out.
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to season-opening victory
that's what I did. It was really good," although not collegiate teams, also ran
rack and she added. and figured in the scoring, racking up
season in FRESHMAN Sue Schroeder also three and 31 points respectively.
1g three looked very impressive in the mile, Michigan's assault on the record
cord, and surpassing the fieldhouse record of books continued as senior Melanie
d Western 4:53.11 by crossing the line in second Weaver shattered the fieldhouse three-
rack and place behind Frederick-Foster with a mile standard by nearly 25 seconds by
time of 4:50.44. breaking the tape in 16:15.57. Western
Ontario's Jennifer Weller was second in
showing," the race and also broke the mark with a
Francie time of 16:29.44.
good per- The final fieldhouse record fell in the
ally had a mile-relay as the Wolverine quartet of
Darlene Fortman, Martha Gray, Joyce
r started Wilson and Brenda Kazinec (3:51.27)
g her own placed second behind record-shattering
the event London Western (3:51.72). Both teams
s previous easily outdid the previous record of
year, was 3:56.6.
The Wolverines also added to their
th it all," total when Lorrie Thornton and
as the first Kazinec placed first and second in the
t trying to 60-yard dash. In addition, Thornton
managed to salvage third place in the
nyself and long jump with a leap of 16'7/4" after
fouling on her first four attempts.
Michigan also fared well in the 300-
Frederick-Foster yard run as Kazinec and Fortman
omi ... breaks record in mile finished first and third in 36.64 and
KAN "She's great," said Frederick-Foster 37.25. In addition, the Wolverines
of Schroeder. "In workouts she's really received fine performances in the 600-
le strong. She'll do well this year if she yard run as Wilson placed second in
LWN stays healthy." 1:25.12 and in the high jump as Joanna
"I knew she would be able to break Bullard, Dawn Rich and Melody Mid-
S*five minutes," Goodridge said. "But I dleton finished two-three-four.
didn't expect her to do as well as she -------- -- -
did." rui n rr0 ti"Vrr" 1 nb A1

Daily Photo by DAVID FRANK
Michigan's Joyce Wilson hands off to Darlene Fortman en route to the Wolverine's record-breaking second-place finish
in the one-mile relay during last night's triangle meet victory over Saginaw Valley and Western Ontario.

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FREDERICK-FOSTER'S and
Schroeder's finishes gave the
Wolverines a lead that they would
never lose as they collected a total of 66
points, ahead of Western Ontario's 45
and Saginaw Valley's 20. The Ann Ar-
bor and London Western Track Clubs,

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Ex-'M'pitcher
TORRANCE, Calif. (AP) - Los Vice President in charge of player pe
Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher and sonnel.
former Rookie of the Year Steve Howe, LANDREAUX, 28, was criticized f
who played his college ball at Michigan, his lack of stamina toward the end
has undergone a five-week program for the 1982 season, and rumors of a tra
alcohol and drug rehabilitation. Center were floating among news circles. F
fielder Ken Landreaux is also being finished the season .284 with sev
treated, home runs, 54 RBI, 74 runs scored an
Dodger management will approach 34 stolen bases.
at least three other players on the sub- Both players were renegotiating the
ject shortly, the Daily Breeze of contracts, and the newspaper said t
Torrance yesterday quoted unidentified Dodgers told them their willingness
Dodger sources as saying. participate in, the alcohol and dru
Howe, 24, completed the program at program would be taken to be a maj
The Meadows in Wickenburg, Ariz. negotiating factor.
shortly after the 1982 season ended. The Dodgers last summer denied t
It is the same hosplital where Dodger team had a problem with substan
pitcher Bob Welch was treated in 1980 abuse after statements by D
in one of the first publicly-announced Newcombe, a former Dodger pitch
substance rehabilitation cases for a who is the team's community relatio
major league baseball player. director and anti-alcohol and dru
Howe was Rookie of the Year in 1981, crusader.
and 7-5 with 13 saves and a 2.09 ERA in Newcombe had told reporters thl
1982. But the standout reliever only some of the players had drug a:
saved two games during the final two alcohol problems.
months of the season and complained
about a shoulder injury. A.C. goes Hawaiian
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