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1983 Baseball Intra-Squad Series
Fisher Stadium
Today at 1:00 pm,
Tomorrow at 1:30 pm
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS

Michigan Hockey
vs. Miami of Ohio
7:30 p.m. tonight at Yost Arena

Saturday, October 29, 1983

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SEYCHEL NABS WINNING GOAL

Icers down Redskins in OT,

4-3

By TIM MAKINEN
It eventually had to happen. The Mich-
igan hockey team finally won a game
that went into overtime. The
Wolverines knocked off the Miami Red-
skins, 4-3, last night when Chris Seychel
blistered a slapshot past Miami goalie
Alain Chevrier with five minutes gone
in the extra stanza, giving the Blue its
first overtime victory in three tries this
season.
Michigan played an exceptional game,
its "finest performance in two years"
according to coach John Giordano,
although the Wolverines caused them-
Sudc
FIRST PERIOD
scoring: None.
Penalties: M-McCauley (cross checking) 3:83;
Miami-Moore (interference) 8:33; M-Neff
(slashing) 14:07; M-DeMartino (highsticking)
17:55.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoing: . M- Dries (Seychel, Brauer) 8:44; 2. M
- DeMartino (Jones) 11:27
Penalties: M - Brauer (holding) 9:08; Miami -
Lees (roughing) 10:57; M - Stiles (roughing) 10:57;
M-Macomb (roughing) 12:33; Miami-Wheeldon
(holding) 17:25; M-Jones (roughing) 19:32.

selves a lot of trouble when they gave
up three Miami goals in the last six
minutes of play. Despite the near
collapse, however, Wolverine netmin-
der Mark Chiamp was outstanding.
CHIAMP AND his Miami counterpart
Chevrier, stole the show in the scoreless
first period. The goalies made 14 and 19
saves respectively, as each pulled down
or kicked out seemingly net-bound
shots.
But Michigan wore down the Redskins,
and got to Chevrier in the second period
when Ray Dries poked a loose puck
past a jumble of Miami players in the
Redskin crease. John DeMartino then
den life
Miami-Wheeldon (unassisted) 16:25; Miami-
Channell (Cozzi) 18:40.
Penalties: Miami-Beirnes (cross checking) 2:59;
M-Hudas (high. sticking) 13:49; M-May (holding)
17:31.
OVERTIME
scoring: M-Seychel (McCauley, P. Goff) 5:00.
Penalties: Miami-Moore (slashing) 3:20.
Shots on goal: M-37, Miami- 34.
Saves: M - Chiamp 31, Miami - Chevrier 33.
Scoring by Periods

put the Blue up by two when he alertly
tapped in a goal after Chevrier lost
sight of the puck between his skates.
"I felt we were just horrible in the
second period," Miami coach Steve
Cady said. "We were being outworked
and they were beating us to the puck.
The hockey game was (lost) in the
second period."
MICHIGAN broke out strong in the
third period as well, and notched its
third goal of the evening when Paul
Kobylarz knocked-in a rebound set up
by a full-length rush by Bruce Macnab.
Michigan was dominating the play and
the question foremost in most fans'
minds was whether Chiamp would be
able to register his first shutout as a
Wolverine.
It was not to be, however, as Redskin
John Ciotti deflected teammate Jim
Buettgen's shot from the point past
Chiamp at 14:06 of the period to give
Miami's top scorer, Dave Wheeldon,
knocked down a Michigan pass and
walked in uncontested on Chiamp. He
beat the Blue goalie on a low, glove-side

shot.
Then at 18:40 of the period, with
Michigan's Doug May in the penalty
box on a questionable holding call,
Miami knotted the contest with an Andy
Cozzi blast that appeared to deflect off
Wolverine defenseman Mike Neff's
skate. Redskin Todd Channell was
credited with the goal.
I DIDN'T think we let up," said
Giordano. "The officiating was very
one-sided. When it was 3-2, the official
didn't hesitate to call May on a penalty,
but when it was 3-3, and Carlile got
hauled down, the official didn't call
anything. That really upset me.
The Wolverines nearly ended the
game in regulation time, but Chevrier
pulled in a Kelly McCrimmon shot as
time ran out. That set up Seychel's
game-winning drive in overtime.
Michigan, now 2-4, hosts the Redskins
again tonight at Yost Arena.
"We dominated, the team did
everything the way I want them to, and
we have to come back to play (tonight)
'cause we need another win," Giordano
said.

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Photo by DAN HABIB
Michigan sophomore Chris Seychel tries to steal the puck from Miami senior
Jim Buettegen. Seychel went on to score the winning goal in overtime giving
Michigan a 4-3 victory.

THE LINEUPS

1 2 3 OT
THIRD PERIOD Miamia. .......... .0 0 3 0
Scoring: M-Kobylarz (Macnab, Brauer) 2:15; MICHIGAN .............0 2 1 1
Miamia-Ciotti (Buettgen, Beirnes) 14:06;

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MICHIGAN

ILLINOIS

OFFENSE

Blue, Illinois shoot for title

(Continued from page 1)
fourth-year junior, played for Michigan
until he got into academic trouble. He
transferred - to the College
of the Redwoods and eventually
rejoined the battle, this time fighting
for Illinois..
"MICHIGAN WANTED ME back and
everything," Gosier said. "In a way I
wanted to go back. I kind of wanted to
go, but I said 'Let me try something dif-
ferent.' Deep down inside I'm looking
forward to playing against my used-
to-be teammates. I don't hate the
guys, but..."
But in a feud there is no room for sen-
timentality.
As a Champaign bartender said this

week, "This isn't a football game, this
is war."
But the Illini nevertheless have plen-
:.ty of ammunition to fend off the op-
position in the fight for the Rose Bowl
berth they feel is within their grasp.
Leading the way for the Illinois
defense are defensive linemen Don
Thorp and Mark Butkus, who rank first
and second on the Illini squad in
tackling. Butkus, the newphew of for-
mer Illinois and Chicago Bears defen-
sive great Dick Butkus, was considered
questionable earlier in the week
because of a knee injury, but will play
today.
"Don and Mark are a very good tan-
dem and work very well together," said

Illinois head coach Mike White. "Thorp
is a dominant, big-play type of guy and
Butkus is a much-improved player with
an excellent sense for the game. They
mesh well with each other."
On offense, Illinois possesses first-
rate talent at the skill positions.
MOST NOTABLY the Fighting Illini
can now move the ball on the ground as
well as thorugh the air, unlike the last
few years when they've lived and died
by the pass. Senior running back
Dwight Beverly and sophomore
fullback Thomas Rooks have rushed for
532 and 457 yards respectively in
Illinois' first seven games.
. "I think both of them are good
backs," said Michigan head coach Bo

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Schembechler'. "They both run ex-
tremely hard. They've got tremendous
cutting ability and there isn't any
question when you have two running
backs like that you ought to develop
some sort of running game, and they
certainly have."
At quarterback, Illinois has replaced
All-America Tony Eason with
sophomore Jack Trudeau who has
completed 127 of 216 passes for nine
touchdowns and nine interceptions.
"HE LOOKS LIKE a capable thrower
to me," Schembechler said. "He's get-
ting better with experience. He's got
mobility and he throws pretty well."
Said White, "Jack Trudeau continues
to amaze us with what he's done. Ob-
viously he can't replace Tony, but he's
done well."
The job of running down Trudeau's
tosses belongs to wide receivers David
Williams and Cam Benson and tight end
Tim Brewster. Brewster leads the
team with 38 catches for 412 yards. The
most explosive receiver on the Illini
squad is backup Mitchell Brookins who
has only caught 10 passes, but five of
them have been for touchdowns.
Despite the abundance of talent on his
squad, White remains cautious in his
assessment of today's game.
"We're new at this, the community is
new at this," White said. "It'll be in-
teresting because when you're new at
something you can't always handle it.
IM Scores
Football
Fraternity
Sigma Nu 6, Alpha Phi Alpha 0
Alpha Delta Phi 8, Kappa Alpha Psi 0
Co-Rec
Golden Hearts 1, Brownian Motown 0 (First Downs)
Perguin Tide over Rotvig Renegades (Forfeit)
Independent
Crusaders 28, Reach the Beach 6
A 'track'tions 8, ZES 6
Conchos 16, Ventzers 2
U of 1 Stoners 12, The Plow 6
Residence Halls
Adams Ants 20, 4D 6
Reeves Rangers 8.Brothers Grim 6
Mosher Redskins 7, oxford oxers 4 (First Downs)
Mojo Raiders 8, Reeves Assassins 0
G/F/S
D.I.X. 24, Hogs 0
Chestmen 20,Ambulance Chasers 6
D1-A 20, Gavelheads 8
DSDA 32, Tort feasors 0

(95)
(79)
(63)
(69)
(76)
(73)
(25)
(18)
(16)
(32)
(20)

Sim Nelson ..... (240)
Clay Miller ...., (272)
Jerry Diorio .... (245)
Tom Dixon ..... (250)
S. Humphries .. (256)
Doug James .... (254)
Vince Bean..... (186)
T. Markray .. ... (181)
Steve Smith ....(194)
Eddie Garrett .. (215)
Rick Rogers .... (212)

TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
FLK
SE
QB
FB
TB

DEFENSE

(89) Carlton Rose ... (210)
(90) Vince DeFelice . (254)
(53) Al Sincich ...... (232)
(52) Kevin Brooks..(250)
(80) Rodney Lyles ... (223)
(45) Mike Reinhold .. (223)
(42) Mike Mallory .(213)
(44) John Lott........(180)
(21) Evan Cooper ... (172)
(30) Brad Cochran .. (203)
(14) Tony Gant .. . .. . (167)
(28) Don Bracken ... (208)
(19) Bob Bergeron .. (146)

OLB
UT
DT
OL~B
ILB
ILB
WIB
Ss
81HB
FS
P
PK

(63) Mike Johnson .. (235)
(96) Don Thorp .... ,. (250)
(94) Ron Bohm...... (230)
(99) D. Thompson ... (235)
(84) Archie Carter .. (220)
(36) Mike Weingrad . (240)-
(63) Clint Haynes ... (210)
( 9 Mike Heaven... (180)
(27) David Edwards . (175)
( 4) Keith Taylor-...(170)
(12) Craig Swoope ... (195)
( 5) ChrzsSigourney-(205)
( 8) Chris Wite ....(175)

(81) Tint Brewster .. (230)
(70) Bob Stowe ...... (265)
(56) Scott Kehoe .... (240)
(66) Bob Miller ...... (250)
(59) Chris Babyar ... (250)
(71) Jim Juriga ..... (240)
(40) Cam Benson .... (170)
( 1) David Williams . (195)
(10) Jack Trudeau ..(190)
(42) Thomas.Rooks .(215)
(20) Dwight Beverly (200)

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Today's Michigan-Illinois game storts at 12:35 p.m. EDT F
and can be heard on WAAM (1600 AM),-WPAG (1050-AM),
WWJ (950 AM), WUOM (91.7 FM), and WJR (760 AM). The
game will be televised on CBS (Channel 2).
Around the Bi Ten

October
November

31 ,

1983

Wisconsin at Ohio State
1:30 p.m. EDT
What to watch: After trouncing Indiana
45-14 last week, the Badgers (5-2) will
face a tough Ohio State club (5-2)
ranked 16th by UPI. Wisconsin quar-
terback Randy Wright blew holes in the
Hoosiers' secondary with four touch-
down passes in his last game.
Indiana at Iowa
1:05 p.m. EDT
What to watch: Currently third in the
Big Ten after losing to Michigan, the
Hawkeyes (5-2) can ill-afford another
defeat in Big Ten competition. Junior
tailback Owen Gill gained 120 yards
against the Wolverines and should once
more lead Iowa's ground attack.

Northwestern at Purdue
2:30 p.m. EDT
What to watch: Ricky Edwards became
Northwestern's career all-purpose of-
fensive leader last Saturday as the
'Cats (2-5) clawed out a wet, 19-18,
homecoming win against Minnesota
Purdue (2-4-1), decimated by Illinois,
35-21, last week, needs a victory to keep
a seventh-place slot in the Big Ten.
Minnesota at
Michigan State
1:00 p.m. EDT
What to watch: Stuck in the basement of
the Big Ten, Minnesota (1-6) could gain
a little gound on the ninth-place Spar-
tans (2-4-1) with a win today. The con-
test, lacking any bowl implications,
remains a matter of pride.

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