Sunday, October 16, 1983
6-5 LOSS PLACES MICHIGAN FOURTH IN TOURNEY
Icers blow lead,"lose in OT
to Lake Superior
By JOE EWING
Special to the Daily
BATTLE CREEK - If tying a hockey game is like
kissing your sister, what's it like to lose a game in
overtime after being up by two goals with under two
minutes to go in regulation time?
The Michigan hockey team found out last night as
they blew a two goal lead with 1:03 to go in the third
period and gave up a late sudden-death goal to lose to
Lake Superior State College, 6-5, in the consolation
game of the Battle Creek Collegiate Classic.
WITH THE Wolverines up 5-3 and 2:19 to play in
regulation time, the Soo Lakers gambled and pulled
their goalie for a sixth attacker. The gamble soon
paid off as Keith Martin and Nick Palumbo scored on
rebounds for Superior at 18:57 and 19:45 to tie the
game at 5.
The tame then went into overtime, where Paul
More picked up the rebound of a Palumbo slapshot
and cranked it past Michigan goalie Jon Elliott at
8:12 for the win.
"I think that when they put the extra man out, we
gave them the blue line and gave up the two goals,"
said Wolverine head coach John Giordano. "That was'
"WE SAGGED, we came back into the blue line
and let them come at us," he added. "That was the
difference then. It was two plays, two rebounds and
Michigan lost by a similar 6-5 overtime score to
Western Michigan in the opening round of the tour-
nament on Friday. Lake Superior had lost to Ferris
State 10-3 in the opening round.
Michigan jumped off to a quick start with Jim Mc-
Cauley banging a pass from freshman John Bjork-
man past Soo Laker goalie Randy Exelby just 47
seconds into the opening period. Paul Spring also
assisted on the goal.
PAUL JERRARD tied things up on a power play
for Lake Superior at 8:31 when he blasted a slap shot
from the point past Elliott while Bjorkman was in the
penalty box for high sticking.
The teams went into the dressing room tied at 1-1 at
the first intermission.
The Wolverines got things going even more quickly
in the second period, as the Lakers allowed Frank
Downing.to skate in unmolested and score an
unassisted goal just seven seconds into the stanza.
LAKE SUPERIOR came right back at 1:48 when
Palumbo took a pass at the blue line from More,
skated around Wolverine defenseman Todd Carlile
and flipped the puck up high past Elliott.
Michigan jumped back on top with a power play
goal by Tom Stiles at 13:23. Later, Kelly McCrimmon
put the Wolverines up by two when he picked up a lose
puck in front of the Lake Superior net and fired it
between Exelby's legs. Doug May and Bill Brauer
picked up the assists.
The period ended with Michigan on top 4-2.
BOTH TEAMS exchanged goals midway through
the third period. Chris Guy scored on a power play for
the Soo Lakers at 9:37 from Jerrald and More.
McCauley countered for Michigan at 13:48 when he
took a pass from Bjorkman, skated in from the blue
line and fired a pretty wrist shot past Exelby's short
side. John DeMartino also registered an assist on the
"The forechecking was excellent," said Giordano,
analyzing his team's performance. "Everything else
Michigan was outshot in the contest 39-36.
McCauley's two goals made him the Wolverine
goals-scored leader with three on the season. He also
has an assist to give him a total of four points which
ties him with May and Bjorkman for the overall
Scoring: 1. M-McCauley (Bjorkman, Spring) :48; 1. LSSC-
Jerrard (IRogue Palumbo) 8:31.
Penalties: M-Bjorkman (high-stick) 7:35; LSSC- Collar (high-
stick) 9:37; LSSC-Dahlquist (cross-check) 17:13.
Scoring: 2. M-Downing (unassisted) :07; 2. LSSC-Palumbo
(More, Johnson) 1:48; 3. M-Stiles (Downing, Neff) 13:23; 4. M-
McCrimmon (May, Braver) 19:13.
Penalties: M-Carlile (hooking) 4:13; LSSC-Colar (high-stick)
11:33; M-CarliIe (elbowing) 14:38; LSSC Dahlquist (roughing)
15:30; M-DeMartino(roughing) 15:30; LSSC-Jerrard (cross-check)
16:43; LSSC-Dixon (high-stick) 19:24.
Scoring: 3. LSSC-Guy (Jerrard, More) 9:37; 5. M-McCauley
(Bjorkman, DeMartino) 13:48; 4. LsSC-Martin (Rogue, More)
,18:57;5. LSSC-Palumbo (Beauchamp, Collar) 19:45.
Penalties: M-MacNab (roughing) 4:59; LSSC-Dixon (roughing)
4:59; M-DeMartino (hooking) 8:26; M-May (holding) 11:09.
Scoring:S. LSSC-More (Palumbo) 8:12.
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Rich Dauer drove in two runs with a bases- THE VICTORY PUT the Orioles on
Dauer, one of Baltimore's Three loaded single in the fourth inning, the brink of winning their third World
Stooges, provided the spark and the doubled as Baltimore scored twice Series. They won in 1966 and 1970, and
Orioles' slumping hitters caught fire more in the sixth and singled in an in- will send Game One loser Scott
yesterday to beat the Philadelphia surance run in the seventh. The Orioles' McGregor against Phillies rookie
fhillies 5-4 and take a commanding second baseman also started a double Charles Hudson in Sunday's fifth game
three-games-to-one lead in the 80th play that killed a Philadelphia rally in in hopes of clinching the best-of-seven
World Series. the fourth. series.
In the history of the World Series,
only five teams have rebounded from 1-
3 deficit to win the crown. The last to do
it was the 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates, who
rallied to edge the Orioles.
A crowd of 66,947, the largest to watch
a World Series game since 1964, when
67,101 were at Yankee Stadium to see
St. Louis and New York, could not have
been more disappointed as they wat-
ched Cy Young candidate John Denny
go down to defeat.
THE CROWD INCLUDED his father,
Dick Denny, 70, who traveled 10,000
miles from Australia for the game.
Denny, who won Game One and was
starting Saturday on three days' rest,
gave up Dauer's two-run single in the
fourth, then left the game with one out,
one run in and the bases loaded in the
Storm Davis, at 21 the youngest
player in the American League before
the September recalls, gave up a run in
the Phillies' fourth and two more in the
fifth before leaving for a pinch hitter in
the sixth, when the Orioles used a
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not enough, though, as the Orioles prevailed 5-4 powered by the bat of second baseman Rich Dauer. Baltimore now
leads the Series 3-1.
rNCAA rejects eligibility proposal
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)-The
National Collegiate Athletic
Association Council, against the wishes
of a select committee of educators, has
decided not to put the question 'of
freshmen eligibility on the ballot for its
1984 convention, it was learned yester-
At the same time, the policy making
uncil scheduled a special meeting in
Kansas City for Nov. 1 to put the
finishing touches on the agenda for the
January convention in Dallas.
THE SELECT COMMITTEE,
chaired by John Schaefer, former
president of the University of ,Arizona,
recommended. in September that
freshmen not be eligible for football and
basketball. The committee said
graduation rates among athletes would
higher if the freshmen were allowed
develop study habits and make the
transition to college life without the
demands and pressures of athletics.
Freshmen have been eligible since a
vote of the 1972 NCAA convention. A
group of athletic directors, faculty
representatives, football and basket-
ball coaches unanimously recommen-
ded in June that freshmen remain
eligible for all sports.
"The Council was aware that the
Select Committee itself had reversed
itself on the issue of freshmen eligibility
at least two times," Ted Tow, as
assistant executive director of the
NCAA told the Associated Press. "It
was not a unanimous recommendation
by the Select Committee."
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