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Tickets are still available for
Saturday's Michigan-Northwestern
football game.

SPORTS

Season tickets for Michigan
basketball go on sale October 17.

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, October 9, 1983

Page 7

WOLVERINES BEAT WOLVES, 4-3, IN SEASON OPENER
'M' icers top Dearborn

By MIKE MCGRAW
Through the first two periods of play, it was a new
Michigan hockey team on the Yost Arena ice. They had
played shutout hockey and had two goals scored by two un-
familiar faces, John Bjorkman and Bruce Macnab.
But in the third period, the icers got a bit complacent and
just did manage to hold off U-M Dearborn to gain a 4-3 vic-
tory.
Same old Michigan icers? Well, its too early to say since
they've only practiced for a week and countered a fired-up
Dearborn squad that had visions of gunning down their main-
campus rivals.
"I'M NOT HAPPY, but not overly upset either," said
Wolverine coach John Giordano afterwards. "I'm pleased
with the defensemen. For the most part they played pretty
good."
The defense, led by goalie Mark Chiamp, held the Wolves
scoreless for almost 50 minutes until Tony Macari tallied for
Dearborn to close the gap to 2-1. Michigan then appeared to
put the game away by erupting for two goals within 1:07 of
Macari's goal.
Both scores were the result of fine plays by senior Jim Mc-
Cauley. On the first he hit Ray Dries from behind the Wolves'
net who then drilled home a 15-footer. After that McCauley
scored one himself as he grabbed a loose puck in the Dear-
born zone and knocked it in for an unassisted goal to put the
Wolverines up 4-1.

However, the Wolves came right back with goals by
Macari and Ray Dries' brother Rick to again make it a one-
goal margin. But a penalty for too many men onthe ice
stalled the Dearborn offensive and Michigan held on for the
victory.
"WE LEARNED a lesson tonight, we can't get sloppy in
the third period no matter who we're playing," said Gior-
dano. "We let them back into the game."
"I was disappointed in our play, we could have done bet-
ter," said Dearborn helmsman Ray DeGrendel. "As the
game went along we improved. I'm happy we didn't give up,
but the game couldn've gone either way."
"If we had another period, we could have took 'em," said
Macari. "We had a tough game last night against Ohio State,
but we've been gunning for this one all week."
DESPITE PERIODS OF sloppy play and the large number
of penalties, there were a number of encouraging plays by
Michigan. One would have to be the two goals by freshmen
playing in their first college hockey game: Bjorkman on a
deflection in the first period, and Macnab, who got the puck
in front of the net while Dearborn goalie Brik Pardo was
caught on the wrong side, and had an easy open-net goal.
"It was nice to break the ice," said Bjorkman. "We've
been practicing deflections in front of the net this week."
Giordano said, "I'm encouraged, we had five guys in there
tonight that had never played for us before. We'll do better
next time."

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Michigan and Dearborn players grapple as goalie Brik Pardo looks on.

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CHICAGO (AP)

Stickers trip Miami, 3-

- Tito Landrum,

1

By TOM KEANEY
A well-balanced offensive attack and
the usual sharp goaltending by Jonnie
Terry proved to be the right com-
bination as Michigan handed Miami of
Ohio its first loss of the season, 3-1, in
field hockey action yesterday at Ferry
Field.
Miami played Michigan only an hour
and a half after defeating Michigan
State, 1-0, in an earlier game. Miami
coach Lil Fesperman said that the
earlier game was a factor, but not
because her players were tired.
"Michigan definitely benefitted from
seeing us play," she said.
THE FIRST FIVE minutes of the
game were owned by Miami. The Red-
skins' pinpoint passing did not produce
any scoring opportunities, but it did
keep Michigan trapped in its own end.
Then Michigan took control. When
the Wolverines finally worked the ball
into Miami territory, they did not let up
for the rest of the half, scoring'twice
and outshooting Miami 11-2.

The first goal came when halfback
Denise Comby set the ball for a Lisa
Schofield shot. The shot was blocked,
but forward Maura Brueger was right
there to put it away.
MICHIGAN continued to show ex-
cellent ball control and passing. The
few times that the ball did leave
Miami's zone, the Wolverines had little
trouble stopping Miami and returning
to attack.
After a number of close calls, Alison
Johnson scored what proved to be the
winning goal on a corner shot in the
closing minutes of the first half.
But the second half was different.
Miami set up camp in the Michigan
zone and tested goalie Terry with a
barrage of shots. The junior goalie
proved, equal to the task, making a
number of fine saves.
MICHIGAN then took a commanding
lead, making good use of its only
scoring opportunity in the second half.
KRay McCarthy scored on a long pass
from Lisa Schofield about midway

through the half.
Miami finally scored on a point blank
shot by Barb Balongue, but that did lit-
tle to shadow the performance of Terry
and the Michigan defense.
Harriers second
Both the Michigan men's and
women's cross country teams played
runners up yesterday. Each finished
second in invitational meets.
The men's team, running in Lehigh,
Pa., had a good showing on the course
that will host the NCAA championship,
yielding only to Wisconsin, last year's
national champion. Michigan's top
finisher was Dennis Keane in 12th place
with a time of 30:41.
Likewise, the women's team fared
well, bowing only to Marquette in the
Western Michigan Invitational at
Kalamazoo. Sue Schroeder and Cathy
Schmidt paced the harriers with sixth
and seventh place finishes, respec-
tively.
- Barb McQuade

Sox bats
quit; 0's.
win title

playing in place of the injured Dan
Ford, hit a one-out homer in the 10th in-
ning to end a long, frustrating game
that finally fell to Baltimore, 3-0 over
the Chicago White Sox yesterday,.
giving the Orioles their sixth American
League pennant since 1966.
The Orioles had squandered one
scoring opportunity after another
against White Sox left-hander Britt
Burns, and they finally ended it on an
unlikely note.
LANDRUM had hit only one home run
in 41 at-bats for the Orioles during the
regular season after being acquired
from St. Louis Aug. 31, the final day for

eligibility for the playoffs. He wouldn't
even have started except that Ford
reinjured his right foot in the Orioles
only loss of this series in Game 1.
Burns, who had struck out eight and
walked four, fanned John Shelby to
start the 10th.
Phillies 7, Dodgers 2
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hot-hitting
Gary Matthews smashed a three-run
home run and Sixto Lezcano added a
two-run shot last night, leading
Philadelphia to a 7-2 victory over Los
Angeles that clinched the National
League pennant and sent the Phillies
into the 1983 World Series.

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