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Page 10-Tuesday, February 1, 1983-The Michigan Daily
Doomed Irish win two over WMU

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By MIKE MCGRAW
Look out! It's happening again. When
thoze Irish start getting lucky there's
no stopping them. Take this situation
that occured Friday night in
Kalamazoo:
Notre Dame trailed Western
Michigan 7-4 with five minutes left in
the game and the Irish had a man in the
penalty box. A few days before, word
came from the athletic department that
the Notre Dame hockey team would
cease play at the end of this season. And
besides all this, the Irish were in 11th
place out of 12 teams in the CCHA.
BUT WAIT, the sky opens up. Notre
Dame's Rex Bellomy scores a shor-
thanded goal to close the gap to two
goals. Kirt Bjork adds another and
then, with less than a minute
remaining, John Deasey got the
mniracle goal to send the game into
overtime.
"We were all set to pull the goalie, but
John put it in, so we didn't have to,"
said Notre Dame coach Lefty Smith.
"Last weekend was one of the more
satisfying days that I can remember in
a while."
Of course, the Irish scored in over-
time to win that game and won the next
night 5-4 as Steve Bianchi broke a tie
with four minutes remaining in the

third period. These wins put ND into
eighth place in the conference, good
enough for the last playoff spot with
four weeks to go.
IF THE Irish perform as they have
been known to from here on, they
should go on to score six goals in the
last two minutes to win the CCHA
championship, and continue on to win
the national title - saving the hockey
program in the process. But Smith isn't
counting on it.
"I think that may be asking a little
more than the good Lord can give us,"
Smith added. "But hockey pucks can
bounce in funny ways."
Bowling Green 9-15,
Illinois-Chicago 3-1
Is there no stopping the Falcons? The
number one team in the country swam-
ped UIC twice last weekend for their
21st win in 24 outings in conference
play, outscoring the Flames 24-4 in the
two games.
"We had things going out way offen-
sively," said BG coach Jerry York.
"We took a tremendous amount of
shots, I don't think the Chicago goalies
were as bad as the scores appeared."
During the onslaught, Brian Hills of
Bowling Green became the CCHA's all-
time leading goal-scorer in one season,

as he collected three goals and three
assists. The Falcons also tied the
record for most wins in a CCHA season
that they set four years ago.

CCHA Standings

Ohio State 6-5,

Miami 2-4

Ohio State is on a roll. With two vic-
tories over the Redskins, the Bucks put
a firm hold on third place in the stan-
dings and are just two points out of
second. And all this for a team that was
expected to have a hard time making
the playoffs this year.

W L
Bowling Green ..........21
Michigan State ..........18
Ohio State ...............15
Northern Michigan ......13
Michigan Tech ..........14
Miami ...................10
Ferris State...........8
Notre Dame ..............8
MICHIGAN ..............8
Lake Superior...........8
Western Michigan ........8
Illinois-Chicago.........6

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6
5
8
10
13
13
15
16
16
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Pts.
1 43
0 36
4 34
3 29
0 28
1 21
3 19
1 17
0 16
0 16
0 16
1 13

This Week's Games
February 4-5
MICHIGAN at Northern Michigan
Bowling Green at Western Michigan
Ferris State at Michigan Tech
Lake Superior at Michigan State
Illinois-Chicago at Ohio State
Notre Dame at Miami
Leading Scorers

911 WeM Diges
Basketball
With the regular season coming to a close and the playoffs starting next
Tuesday, managers should be sure to schedule for the playoffs this Wed-
nesday and Thursday.
Residence Hall
The Elliot Blues broke open an 18-18 halftime deadlock and went on to rout
Kelsey in a Residence Hall 'B' contest last Tuesday night. The Blue's
second-half outburst was led by Jeff Omichinski and Joe Yocum, who topped
the individual scoring with 12 points each. "We switched from a zone to a
man-to-man in the second half to pick up the tempo. It worked well and we
pulled away," commented coach Howard Korman.
The Second Rotvig Raiders committed 24 fouls, which played a large role
in its 26-18 loss to the Palmer Rockets. The Rockets were the recipients of
20 trips to the charity stripe. Over half their points came on free throws.
Tom Kish scored 15 points to lead the Guardian Angels to a 49-35 victory
over the Frosties. Both teams started slowly and it looked like it was going
to be a low scoring game. "When the pace picked up and it became a fast
moving game we ran real well. We also rebounded strongly which was the
real key," commened Kish.
Co-Ree,
Maryann Pinle poured in 36 points to help give Beuthwamba a 46-44 nail-
biter victory over Theta Chi in the competitive Co-Rec. Divisions. This con-
test was a close one all the way with the lead bouncing back and forth. The
game, which was tied at halftime featured the female performers on both
sides. Men only accounted for six of the winning team's points.
Basket Case jumped out to a 38-4 halftime lead and went on to defeat the
Rebels 82-46 in a Co-Rec laugher. Susan Kashenbeck poured in 27 points to
lead the scoring effort for the winners.
Independent
Bellig Pizza broke open a close contest, outscoring the Hams 29-12 in the
second half, and went on to win by a 47-31 count. Chuck Hartwig led all
scorers with 14 points for the winners.
The Stooges hung on to a two-point lead for the last minute of their Ind. 'C'
game with the Outcasts to win a 42-40 cliffhanger. The Stooges went ahead
on two free throws and then held on to the ball for the remaining 60 seconds
to ice the victory. Mike Janowicz, who led all scorers with 18 points commen-
ted on the win. "It was an intense emotional game I've never been in an IM
game that had that much excitement. We were just glad to be able to win
it."
All six of the Big Dogs hit double figures in their defeat of the Chargers.
the 81-30 final score is a good reflection of the performance turned in by the
Dogs last Tuesday night. they found men open in the lane all night, which
made for many easy baskets.John Witry was the Top Dog with a 20-point per-
formance.
The IM Digest briefly relates the activites of the Michigan Intramural
program during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sportswriter Dan Price.

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Paul Poolley scored two goals on
Friday in Columbus, while Gord
Rivington llied twice in the final
period to help erase a 4-2 Miami lead in
Oxford the following night.
Northern Michigan 4-7,
Ferris State 2-0
The CCHA Player-of-the-Week award
goes to Eric Ponath of NMU, as the
senior winger from Saskatchewan net-
ted three goals and six assists for the
Wildcats, enabling them to sweep past
Ferris State. The win marked the fif-
teenth victory for the Wildcats over the
Bulldogs in Marquette's Lakeview
Arena.
Michigan Tech 9-4(OT),
Lake Superior 0-5
Tech goalie Mudge Tompsett recor-
ded his first shutout on the collegiate
level Friday night, in. the Huskie's 9-0
victory. But Steve Mulholland scored
two goals and assisted on Nick Palum-
bo's tally at 31 seconds of overtime to
rally the Lakers to a series split.

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1. Hills, Bowling Green
2. Browne, Ohio State
3. Kobryn, Ohio State
4. Kane, Bowling Green
5. Bissett, Michigan Tech
Speers, MICHIGAN

HOUSING DIVISION
RESIDENT STAFF JOB OPENINGS
FOR 1983-84
HAVE YOU CONSIDERED THE U-M HOUSING OPTION?
The Housing Division is looking for well-qualified
candidates to serve in the Residence Halls as:

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27 23 50
13 37 50
20 22 42
20 20 40
15 25 40

Resident Director
Assistant Resident
Director
Resident Advisor

Graduate Student
Teaching Assistant
Head Librarian
Minority Peer Advisor

There Will Be An
INFORMATIONAL FAIR
February 10, 1983
7:30-10:00 p.m.
Stockwell Hall Blue Carpet Lounge
for all students interested in becoming a resident staff
member. Representatives from each Residence Hall will be
there to provide information on the different buildings and
answer questions. The Coordinator of Project Awareness and
the Director of Residence Hall Libraries will also be available
to answer questions. Come for 15 minutes or an hour.

'Y' Summer Camps
THE ANN ARBOR "Y" IS NOW ACCEPT-
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AT THE FOLLOWING CAMPS:
CAMP AL-GON-QUIAN: a resident camp for
boys and girls located on Burt Lake in
northern lower Michigan. Camprdates are
June 25 to August 6. Senior staff positions,
ages 18 and above are available in the fol-
lowing areas: horseback riding, sailing, can-
oeing, arts and crafts, archery, nature,
woodworking, riflery, land sports, swim-
ming, water skiing, and camp nurse. Salary
plus room and board.
CAMP BIRKETT: a day camp for boys and
girls located on Silver Lake near Pinckney.
Camp dates are June 20-August 19. Senior
staff positions, ages 18 and above are avail-
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APPLICATIONS AND ADDITIONAL INFOtMA-
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AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

WDOM-CHSB Media Poll
W LT Pts
1. Bowling Green (5).......2-4-2 94
2. Minnesota (4) ..........25-5-1 92
3. Providence (1) ............22-4-0 80
4. Michigan State ............ 22-6-0 65.
5. North Dakota .............18-9-1 59
6. Clarkson ..................13-4-1 47
7. Ohio State .................18-5-5 33
8. Wisconsin .................20-8-3 26
9. St. Lawrence...........16-4-1 19
10. Minnesota-Duluth......21-11-1 15
Tumbler
By PAUL RESNICK
Outclassed is the only way to describe
it.
The Michigan men's gymnastics
team compiled its best score of the
season Sunday. Nebraska and Ohio
State both turned in mediocre perfor-
mances. And the Wolverines still lost
by a big margin.
FOR THE first time during the 1982-
83 season, the Wolveirne gymnasts
broke the 270 mark, scoring 270.5. The
Buckeyes, fourth-place finishers in last
year's NCAA championships, scored
275.70 to take second, and the four-year
defending NCAA champion Cor-
nhuskers captured first with 279.60.
Michigan coach Newt Loken was
pleased with his team's performance.
"I am satisfied with the progress, and
pleased at breaking the barrier of 270.
We didn't have the feeling of being
overshadowed."
But the facts indicate otherwise.
Nebraska competed without freshman
Chris Riegle, who has performed on
numerous U.S. national teams. Despite
the victory, Husker coach Francis
Allen said his team should be scoring a
point or two higher than it did Sunday.
THIS YEAR'S NCAA championships
will come down to Nebraska and UCLA,
according to Francis. When not com-
peting against UCLA, the Cornhuskers
compete against themselves because
no other team can challenge them.

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"We have five of the top 11 kids in the
country, and UCLA has three of
them,"said Allen.
Buckeye coach Mike Willson was also
disappinted in his team's performance.
One Buckeye fell off the pommel horse
and two fell off the high bar. "We gave
up a point on pommel horse and two to
three on high bar," said Willson.
"Against a team like Nebraska, you
can't do that." OSU's was considerably
lower than its season high of 278.90.
Of course, it really isn't fair to com-
pare the Wolverines' performance with
that of the other national powers.
Michigan has improved steadily during
the season. "Come Big Ten time," said
Loken, "we will be among the conten-
ders."
THE TEAM performed well on pom-
mel horse Sunday, which has given it
trouble recently, as Nevin Hedlund
scored 9.55. Rick Kaufmann paced a
"stellar" performance on rings with a
9.7. Milan Stanovich did well, as usual,
scoring a 9.75 in vaulting and 55.50 in all
-around competition.
"I'm proud of the guys," said Loken.
"They really kept their cool even
though they were battling national
powers. It shows they have great
character."
Women gymnasts
gain re renge
The nice thing about Sunday's gym-
nastics meet at Crisler Arena was that
the Michigan women's gymnastics
team got revenge.
"There was nothing nice about it,"
said Eastern Michigan's Steve Wilce.
EARLIER IN the season, EMU had
beaten Michigan for the first time in its
history. But the Wolverines were not to

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est mark
be out-tumbled again, scoring 169.1
points against the Hurons 164.05. The
sweetest victory of the triangular meet,
however, was Ohio State's with 176.4.
The second-ranked Buckeyes made a
predictable sweep in all the events, but,
surprisingly, were disappointed with
their results.
'"They looked tired," said OSU
coach Larry Cox. "They definitely had
a bad meet overall."
NEVERTHELESS, OHIO State's
Susan Filardi captured first place in the
vault, beam, and floor exercise. She
then secured the all-around com-
petition, with teammate Kathy Temple
and Michigan's Kathy *Beckwith
finishing two-three.
Other Wolverine triumphs included
Dayna Samuelson's third on bars,
Angela Deaver's third on beam, and
Beckwith's second on vault.
Beckwith said she had mixed feelings
about her performance. She is aiming
for the nationals, but needs to do
slightly better in her all-around scores.
She was, however, pleased with her
floor exercise.
"I'M HAPPY, it was the second time
I've hit a double twist (in competition)
and the first time I've landed it."
Unfortunately, the rest of the
Wolverines were not as lucky. Several
fell off the apparatus frequently,
totalling four falls out of six perfor-
mances off the bar alone. They fared no
better on the floor exercise.
"We were throwing some new tricks
in floor and we had a couple of falls,"
said coach Sheri Hyatt, who was still
encouraged by the team's results.
"We're pleased with where we are right
now; we are doing the best we can."

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