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Varsity Softball scrimmage
today, 1:00p.m.
Varsity Softball Diamond

SPORTS
Sunday, October 23, 1983

Michigan-Illinois football
CBS Television
Next Saturday

The Michigan Daily
IOSU stops Spikers;

Page 7

Buckeyes foil icer comeback, 6-4

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*iiiijforinis n
By STEVE WISE
Changing uniforms didn't change
'the Michigan volleyball team's luck
against Ohio State, as the spiker's
ragged performance last night at the
CCRB resulted in their second loss to';
the buckeyes this season.
Ohio State shredded the
Wolverines in just 53 minutes,
raising its record to 21-
6 overall and 6-2 in the Big Ten and
leaving Michigan at 15-10, 4-7.
DECKED OUT in new white jer-
seys and "bunhuggers," Michigan
spent most of the three brief games
getting its collective buns kicked
around. The Wolverines fashioned
their only semi-successful
comeback attempt in the third
game.
For a while it looked like game
three would be Michigan's worst.
The Buckeyes built an 8-0 lead
before Michigan sophomore Kim
Edwards, substituted into the game
to serve, sparked the Wolverines to
win their first two points. But Ed-
wards and a diving Jeanne Weckler
couldn't save the next Ohio State
spike.
The serve went back 'to the
Buckeyes who scored the next four
points to make it 12-2.
A Michigan time out and one more

to help
Buckeye point later, Weckler went
on a tear serving for five straight
points, including a pair of service
aces, making the score 13-7.
THEN Michigan senior Sue
Rogers served for another five poin-
ts, picking up where Weckler left off
and shrinking the Wolverines' deficit
to one point, 13-12.
The Buckeyes, however, were ap-
parently tired of hearing the words
"point Michigan" from the public
address announcer. Ohio Statetook
the last two points, adding the 15-12
victory to its earlier wins of 15-7 and
15-5.
Michigan coach Sandy Vong didn't
try to hide his frustration and disap-
pointment after the match. "We
didn't pass the ball at all," he said.
"We were never really in the game."
Despite her solid play in the final
game, Weckler too had little praise
for Michigan's performance. "(The
Buckeyes) were just playing con-
sistently and we weren't," said
Weckler. "We didn't adjust to things
we know how to do."
Weckler said she thought the two
teams' results against Michigan
State, which Michigan defeated last
Tuesday and beat Ohio State last
night, showed thatMichigan should
have won the match.

By KATIE BLACKWELL
Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS - A completely dif-
ferent Michigan hockey team took to
the ice in Columbus last night.
After suffering a sound 9-1 thrashing
at the hands of Ohio State Friday night,
the Wolverines returned ready to play
tonight. Unfortunately, the fired up
squad lost again, this time 6-4.
PASSES WERE on target, the
skaters were quicker and the defense
was solid tonight compared with sloppy
play by the same Michigan team the
night before.

"We played pretty well tonight," said
Michigan John Giordano, "I was en-
couraged by tonight's performance, but
I was not happy that we lost. But we're
getting there."
Throughout the scoreless first period
of play, Ohio State seemed baffled by
the revitalized Wolverine attack.
Tonight the Buckeyes had to work when
last night they were almost handed the
puck by Michigan.
THE FIRST penalty-killing oppor-
tunity for Michigan set the Wolverine's
pace. The Wolverine defense came
alive and gave goalie Mark Chiamp
some help in fending off the ever strong
Buckeye shooting frenzy.
Michigan kept Ohio State in check un-
til 12:31 in the second period. With a
crowd in front of the net and a deflected
puck on the ice, freshman Paul Pooley
tipped in the first Ohio State goal.
Unlike last night, however, Michigan
struck back. Two minutes later, senior
Jim McCauley sent the puck flying
toward the Ohio State net with a hard
slap shot that put Michigan on the
scoreboard.
PAUL POOLEY and Dave Kobryn
put the Buckeyes on top again, 3-1, with
two quick goals,.Pooley's coming on an
Ohio State power play.
The period ended with Tom Stiles
making a picture perfect pass to Paul
Kobylarz who was in front of the net

waiting to put Michigan back in the
game, 3-2.
The Wolverines tied the score on a
power play early in the third period
when Ray Dries slammed it home from
the corner of the net.
But that was as close as they came.
Dave Kobryn went on to get Ohio
State's first hat trick of the season, and
Paul Pooley added another to give Ohio
State the game, 6-4.
Ohio State out shot the Wolverines 43
to 33. "I'm not worried, the shots will

come," said Giordano. "We are a more
deliberate team. We'll take one or twQ
shots, as long as they're good shots. We
played hard the whole game until the
end. I told the team it's going to get
worse before it gets better, then it will
get great. This is a good team."
The game saw Michigan's power play
shape up. At 11:01 Stiles got his second
assist of the game as he set up Todd
Carlile for a slap shot ending the
Wolverine's scoring at four.

Close, but ...

MICHIGAN.
Ohio State .......

0
0

2
3

2
3

Scoring: None. FIRST PERIOD
Penalties: M - Seychel (hooking) 3:57; OSU -
Napierala (holding) 6:28; OSU - Browne (cross
checking) 17:06; M-May (cross checking) 17:06.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: OSU - Roff (Tillotson, Mowat) 12:31; M
- McCauley (Seychel, P. Goff) 14:29; OSU - Paul
Pooley (Shortt, Wall) 16:50; OSU-Kobryn (Farley)
17:44; M-Kobylarz (Stiles) 18:21.
Penalties: OSU-Browne (charging) 3:32; OSU-
Gruhl (holding) 6:39; M - McCrimmon (tripping)
8:59; M - DeMartino (high sticking) 10:16; M -
Carlile (high sticking) 13:02; OSU - Kobryn
(hooking) 13:49; Bjorkman (cross checking) 16:24;
M - Spring (roughing) 16:24; OSU - Tillotson

(roughing) 16:24; OSU - Tillotson (holding) 19:45;
M - Stiles (roughing) 19:45; M - Brauer (holding)
19:45.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: M - Dries (Carlile, Seychel) 3:47; OSU
- Kobryn (Paul Pooley, Perry Pooley) 5:43; OSU -.
Paul Pooley (Rivington, Kobryn) 8:02; M - Carlile
(Stiles) 11:01; OSU-Kobryn (Browne) 13:32.
'Penalties: OSU - Wall (interference) 3:03; M
McCrimmon (tripping) 4:45; OSU - Wall (high
sticking) 6:28; M-Carlile (high sticking) 6:28; OSU
- Tillotson (elbowing) 9:02; M - McCauley
(roughing) 9:40; OSU -Perkins (roughing) 9:40.
Shots on goal: M -33 OSUU-K43.
Save: M - Chiamp 37. OSU - Krautsak 29.

-g g -
Giordan o
... still optimistic

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

Women harriers down Hurons

Special to the Daily
YPSILANTI - The Michigan
women's cross country team captured
three of the four top spots to down
Eastern Michigan, 22-35, in a dual meet
yesterday on a sloppy course at the
Hurons' Rynearson Stadium.
Kathy Schmidt covered the five-
, ilometer course in 17:44 to gain top
onors for the Wolverines. Michigan's
Kelli Bert and Carol Lam crossed the
finish line third and fourth in 18:13 and
18.:22 respectively.
The Wolverines also got a sixth-place
finish out of Melissa Thompson (18:33)
id an eighth-place finish from Bonnie
M Donald (18:54).
Piston coach stable
-SECAUCUS, N.J. (AP) - Chuck
Daly, coach of the Detroit Pistons
. - ained hospitalized in stable con-
dlion yesterday and was expected to be
released on Monday.
:Daly, 53, who was admitted to River-
SCORES
Oklahoma 49, Iowa St. 11
Timas 16, SMU 12
Gergia 47, Kentucky 21
Nebraska 68, Colorado 19
Plain St. 41, W. Virginia 23
Iemson 27, N. Carolina St. 17
otre Dame 27, Southern Cal 6
Oklahoma St. 27, Kansas 10
Arkansas 24, Houston 3
Maryland 38, Duke 3
Tennessee 37, Georgia Tech 3
Florida 24, E. Carolina 17
Washington 32, Oregon 3
Air Force 33. Utah 31

side General Hospital last week with
chest pains, said he was "feeling pretty
good."
"I HOPE to go right back to
coaching," he said in a telephone inter-
view from his hospital room. "there
doesn't seem to be any heart damage or
signs that it was a heart attack."
Daly, who has been removed from the
intensive care unit, said he was to un-

dergo additional tests before his
release.
"They can't seem to figure it out," he
said. "It was just a strange feeling I've
never had before. A heart attack wasn't
my thought at all. I didn't have any of
the basic signs - no pain in my chest,
no nausea or cold flashes. It was just a
general washed out feeling."

Wings unplug Flames, 4-1

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By JIM DWORMAN
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - It's pretty annoying
when the timekeeper lets the horn
sound for more than five or six seconds
after a period ends in a hockey game.
It's even more annoying when the
horn breaks, the scoreboard is turned
off and the timekeeper shouts out the
minutes and seconds.
BUT THE "ten...five, four, three,
two, one, penalty is over!" booming
through the Joe Louis arena public ad-
dress system last night apparently
didn't disturb the Red Wings as they
skated to a 4-1 victory over the Calgary
Flames.
The arena horn malfunctioned just
seconds into the game, sounding on and
off repeatedly for more than a minute.
The referee finally stopped play and had
the scoreboard turned off.
Two minutes later, after a Calgary

goal by Paul Reinhart,Detroit turned it
on.
THE RED WINGS controlled play the
rest of the way, scoring once in the first
period, twice in the second and once
more in the third.
Dwight Foster tied the game for the
Red Wings at 16:16 of the first period.
Foster took a Danny Gare pass at the
right of the goal mouth and fired it past
Flame goalie Reggie Lenelin for his
second tally of the year.
Reed Larson scored the Wing's game-
winner at the start of the second period
on an assist by Ron Duguay.
Gare padded the Wing lead when he
backhanded a rebound past Lenelin
later in the period. Brad Park and Lar-
son assisted.
Duguay closed the scoring at 17:43 of
the final period when he slipped the
puck into the goal behind the fallen
Flame goaltender.

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