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National-Regional
Ultimate Frisbee Tourney
Mitchell Field, 10:30 a.m., today

SPORTS

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Twenty-five years ago this weekend
Michigan lost to Northwestern,
55-24

The Michigan Daily

Saturday, October 15, 1983

Page 7

WOL VERINE REJECT SCORES TWO FOR WESTERN

Orioles take Series

WMU wastes icers in

By JIM DAVIS
Special to the Daily o
BATTLE CREEK - Ocassionally a person will toss
back a fish that doesn't look like a "keeper." Last
bight one of those little fish came back and sank the
boat.
S Troy Thrun, who tried out at Michigan two years
ago and was cut, scored two goals, including the
game-winner to lead Western Michigan to a 6-5 over-
time hockey victory last night over the Wolverines in
the opening game of the Battle Creek Colligate
Classic.
MICHIGAN FOUGHT back from a three-goal
deficit after one period to tie at three and answered
two later Bronco tallies with tying goals.
But Thrun, playing in his first collegiate game,
placed a perfect shot past Michigan goalie Mark
Chiamp to thwart the Woverine comeback in the ex-

Michigan coach John Giordano. "But we just made
too many mistakes. We made too many diagonal
passes in our zone and we held the puck too long."
THE BRONCOS held a 4-3 lead entering the third
period, but Michigan freshman John Bjorkman tied it
with a power-play goal midway through the stanza.
A tally by Dan Dorion gave the Broncos the lead
again, but Wolverine Doug May's second goal of the
game tied it a 15:40.
Both teams had additional chances, but the game
went to overtime, which was only two-and-a-half
minutes old when Thrun netted the winner.
WESTERN TOTALLY dominated play in the first
period. Freshman center Chuck Chiatto, a Detroit
Red Wing draft choice, scored the first goal for the
Broncos after Thrun flipped a pass back to him on a
three-on-two break over the Michigan blue line at
3:08.
Eleven minutes later, another freshman line beat
the Woverines' defense. Left wing Henry Fung skated

OT, 6-5,
into the corner and slid a pass right in front of
Chiamp to Rob Bryden, who had snuck in behind
Wolverine blue-liner Bill Brauer. Bryden converted
to make it 2-0.
Defenseman Wayne Gagne scored next for the
Broncos on a pass from Rob Adams at 18:42. The
period ended with the Woverines down by two goals.
MICHIGAN FINALLY came to life in the second
period. At 3:25, with each team short a man, left-
winger May took a pass from John DeMartino behind
the Bronco defense and flipped it past goalie Glenn
Healy.
Two minutes later, Chris Seychel netted his first
tally of the season on a power play to make it 3-2.
The Broncos carried play for the next four minutes,
but Michigan scored the next goal. On another power
play, Todd Carlile moved in from the point, took a
Brauer pass, and fired it past Healy to knot the score
at three.

lead with
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Pinch
hitter Benny Ayala singled in the
tying run and scored the winner on
an error by Ivan DeJesus, and a
night of star-studded pitching was
eclipsed by timely hitting as the
Baltimore Orioles beat the
Philadelphia Phillies, 3-2 to take a
two-games-to-one lead in the World
Series.
Phillies left-hander Steve Carlton
rolled into the seventh inning with a
three-hitter, the only damaging blow
a homer by Dan Ford. But things
quickly came unraveled for the four-
time Cy Young Award winner.
WITH TWO OUTS, Rick Dempsey

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3-2 win,
doubled for the second time in the
game, then took third on a wild pit-
ch. Ayala came on to hit for winner
Jim Palmer, another Cy Young
recipient, and ripped a single past
diving third baseman Mike Schmidt,
scoring Dempsey.
That chased Carlton and brought
in Al Holland.
But rookie John Shelby greeted
Holland with a single to left that 'ent
Ayala to second. Then, DeJesus 'ne
of the finest fielding shortstops in
baseball, made his error on Ford's
one hopper. The ball bounced off
DeJesus' glove, rolled into shallow
left field and Ayala scored from
second.

ra stanza.
"We came back and played pretty

well," said

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Bo wary of NU

offense

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terceptions and just one touchdown
ss, but has completed 56.9 percent of
his passes.
"Schwab is playing like a sophomore
plays in the Big Ten," said Green.
"He's done some things well and others
:not-too well. Some of that can be at-
tributed to the offensive line-which
has not been giving him the time we'd
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like-and some of that has been San-
dy."
"We're going to see a lot of passes
this week," Schembechler said. "They'
ve got good backs, good receivers and a
good tight end. Northwestern can move
the football."
THE WILDCATS cannot, however,
stop other teams from moving the foot-
ball. Last week against Iowa, North-
western's defense surrendered 61 poin-

ts, 575 passing yards and five touch-
down passes to the Hawkeyes, who ad-
ded 138 yards rushing for good
measure.
At the same time, Michigan amassed
over 400 yards rushing against MSU,
with the country's fourth-best ground
attack and an effective passing game
led by quarterback Steve Smith.
"When you're rolling up 428 yards
rushing, you're not worried too much
about the passing game," Schem-
bechler said. "But we'll mix it up a lit-
tle more against Northwestern. We
can't run as much as we have been."

GREEN HAS BEEN impressed with
Michigan's offensive line as well as the
team's ground game.
"Michigan looks like what it is-a
bunch of veterans," Green said. "The
line is not as big as in the past, but they
make up for it with quick feet.
"We just have to pick ourselves up af-
ter last week," he added. "Any time
you give up 61 points you have to be
disappointed, but we know that we lost
to a good football team. We have to be
ready to play Michigan, because they
are a good football team too, and we
don't want to have another game like
last week."

Around the Big Ten

Ohio State at Illinois
12:30 p.m. EDT
What to watch : The Buckeyes (4-1) will
try to ruin Illinois' (4-1) homecoming in
what could turn out to be a real
dogfight. Both squads sport strong of-
....fenses with OSU averaging 420.8 yards
; per game and the Illini 384.4 yards per
game. The teams, however, counter
with the second-(Illinois) and third-
ranked (Ohio State) defenses in the
conference.
Wisconsin at Minnesota
;7:00 p.m. EDT
What to watch: The Gophers (1-4) will
attempt to snap a four-game losing
streak on the arm of quarterback Greg
-~. Murphy, who threw for 357 yards and
F four touchdowns last week against
Illinois, but will runinto the conference-
leading Badger (3-2) pass defense that
has yielded only 125.2 yards-per-game.
Purdue at Iowa
12:05 p.m. EDT
What to watch: The Hawkeyes (4-1),
who are coming off a Big Ten record
713-yards-total offense in last week's 61-
21 trouncing of Northwestern, look to
bury the Boilermakers (1-3-1). Quarter-
back Chuck Long, who threw for 420 of
Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER the Hawkeyes' 575 yards passing,
Wildcat quarterback Sandy Schwab rears back to throw one of his 71 passes in last should pick apart a Purdue defense that
year's 49-14 loss to Michigan has allowed 385.2 yards per game.
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:

Michigan State at
Indiana
1:30 p.m EDT
What to watch: The vastly improved
Hoosiers (2-3) will try to break the
Spartan's (2-2-1) eight-game series win
streak. Quarterback Steve Bradley,
who gained 358 yards last week against
Minnesota, and receiver Duane Gunn,
who caught five passes for 92 yards and
three touchdowns versus the Gophers,
lead Indiana.

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Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS - Kay McCarthy tipped
in two Lisa Schonfield corner shots
yesterday to boost Michigan to a 2-1
eld hockey victory over Ohio State.
McCarthy and Schofield teamed up at
19:07 of the first half and at 31:09 of the
second for the pair of Wolverine goals.
LISA MULHOLLAND scored the only
Buckeye goal, unassisted, at 7:40 of the
second half.
Michigan goalie Jonnie Terry
preserved the victory with six saves.
Ohio State's Linda Dunmire knocked
away one Michigan shot.
The victory was the Wolverines' first
the Big Ten against three defeats and
upped their overall record to 5-3. The
Buckeyes' record dropped to 4-10-1.
Michigan plays powerful North-
western here at 4:00 p.m. today.
Linksters 13th at Lady Kat
Special to the Daily
LEXINGTON, Ky. - If yesterda51s
score was any indication, Thursday's
rainout sure didn't help the Michigan

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Kentucky's Paula Davis returned to
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Hoop practice opens
Practice opens today for the
Michigan basketball team as coach Bill
Frieder and his squad take to the
Crisler Arena court at 3:00 p.m.
Coming off a 15-13 season last year (6-
12 in. the Big Ten), the Wolverines hope
to make the NCAA tournament this
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also would like to move into the upper
division of the Big Ten after finishing
ninth last year.
' Only Ike Person, Leo Brown, Rob
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Michigan opens its season November
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In a 5-2 vote, the court virtually
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