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Volleyball vs. Loyola
10 a.m. at C.C.R.B.

Saturday, November 5, 1983

Basketball season tickets
will be available Monday
at the ticket office

The Michigan Daily


Icers upset NHU

Somebody up there likes the
Michigan hockey team. Whoever that
somebody may be, they proved it at
Yost Arena last night, giving the
Wolverines the breaks, and the victory,
as nationally-ranked New Hampshire
crumbled in a 3-2 overtime game.
The score was tied, 2-2 as the third
period ended with a New Hampshire
power play failing and ten more
minutes being registered on the
scoreboard. F
MICHIGAN threatened early in tbe
overtime stanza with a crowd around
the Wildcat net, trying to jam the puck
past junior goalie Bruce Gillies. But he
hung tough, trapping the puck and en-
ding the onslaught.
New Hampshire was looking strong,
but Wolverine defenseman Todd Carlile
stole the puck and moved into Wildcat
.territory. Center Tom Stiles was right
there, however, waiting for the pass.
Stiles had a clear shot at the net until
New Hampshire caught up with him.
He made a picture perfect pass to
freshman Bruce Macnab who beat out
Gillies with a poke to the left side of the
'net. Yost arena erupted and there was
one game down, one to go.
"The team really stuck together,"
said Michigan coach John Giordano. "I
really like these kids, they're gutsy and
Tought back."
The "fighting back" started early.
2:21 INTO THE 'game, Wildcat Scott
Ellison found himself with the puck and
;only one defenseman in the way of
Michigan goalie Mark Chiamp.
Ellison, once past the lone Wolverine,
tricked Chiamp into coming out of the

Blue wins
3-2 i*n OT
net to block the shot. Instead of the ex-
pected slapshot, the 5-10 senior came in
close and snuck the shot in behind
But with a power play on, Michigan
retaliated with a Ray Dries tally from
right in front of the net. Exactly three
minutes after New Hampshire scored,
Chris Seychel and Jim McCauley kept
the Wildcat goal busy and fed Dries the
puck to tie the game 1-1.
Michigan dominated the second
period of play, keeping the puck in the
Wildcat zone and making life in the
Wolverine net much easier for Chiamp.
Michigan out-shot New Hampshire, 10-5.
And one of those ten shots put the
Wolverines ahead 2-1. After a flurry of
Michigan shots on net, Carlile got the
puck midway to the blue line, on the
right side, and fired a slap shot that
whizzed past Gillies' stick side.
New Hampshire sent the game into
overtime with a Shane Skidmore
breakaway that found him with clear
ice between Chiamp and himself. He
flicked the tying goal over Chiamp's
right shoulder and the fight was on.
"I THINK we looked both good and
bad," said Giordano. "We got lucky and
got the breaks."
The "breaks" that Giordano was
talking about, came in the third period

and could have cost Michigan the game
had they gone the other way.
Midway through the period, Chiamp
knocked down a hard slap shot but lost
the puck. Defenseman BillBrauer
charged into the goalie and went behind
him for the save.
Then, New Hampshire's leading
scorer from last year, Dan Potter had a
sure-bet break. away that Mark Chiamp
dove on for the save, and quite possibly
the game.
New Who U?
Scoring: 1. NH-Ellison (McAllister) 2:21; 1. M-
Dries (McCauley, Seychel) 5:21.
Penalties: NH-R. Robinson (slashing) 4:37; M-
P. Goff (checking from behind) 14:01.
Scoring: 2. M-Cariile (McCauley, Seychel) 6:05.
Penalties: M-Seychel (tripping) :05; M-Downing
(interference) 6:37; NH-Douris (holding) 15:25;
NH-Byrnes (hooking) 18:45.
Scoring: 2. NH-Skidmore (Lee) 6:53.
Penalties: M-Macnab (holding) 18:27.
Scoring: 3. M-Macnab (Stiles, Carlile) 4:04.

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Wolverine center John Bjorman tangles with New Hampshire defenseman Brian Byrnes during last night's 3-2 Michigan
overtime victory at Yost Arena.


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Doug James.......(254)
Vince Bean........(186)
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Steve Smith ....... (194)
Eddie Garrett....(215)
Rick Rogers ...... (212).


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(54) Mark Drenth.......(260)
(52) Alex Osleger ...... (255)
(55) Butch Alder ........(255)
(65) Jerry Boat .........(245)
(69) Paul Alekna ...... (265)
(88) Jeff Price.......(185)
(48) Dave Retherford .. (175)
(10) Scott Campbell ... (194)
(20) Eric Jordan........(190)
(32) Mel Gray ......... (175)

I '


Break out the cliches for today's
Michigan-Purdue game.
Can the Wolverines bounce back?
Can they rebound from last week's
stinging defeat? Will they be able to get
up for today's game?
Let Bo Schembechler answer.
"YOU WON'T find a problem with a
Michigan player in this regard," he
said. "They're all good, solid character
kids. That was a very disheartening
loss, but as far as practices go, I
thought they practiced very hard this
Of course, one wouldn't expect Bo to
admit that his team is so low it isn't
ready to play tomorrow, but the fact is
Michigan does have incentive to win its
last three games. Nine wins would
mean a pretty respectable bowl game.
"The truth of the matter is there's a lot
out there yet," Schembechler said. "If
we win three games, we'll be 9-2. My
guess is we'll be anywhere from Dallas
(Cotton Bowl) to Honolulu (Aloha
Bowl). We could be anywhere and we'll
play an exciting opponent."
BUT BEFORE the Wolverines can
even think about a big bowl game, they
must prevent the Purdue Boilermakers
from becoming the Spoilermakers.
"Yeah, we gotta win," Bo said about
the Purdue game. "If we win we're in
position (for a bowl game)."
To get in that position, Michigan will
have to stop Scott Campbell, the Pur-
due quarterback. Campbell began the
season as one of the top quarterbacks in
the conference, but after the Boiler-.
makers dropped their opening two

games, while scoring a total of six poin-
ts in the process, Campbell's ability was
In the next six games, however,
Campbell answered those questions.
Even though Purdue only won two and
tied one of those contests, Campbell
showed the critics that he was indeed
one of the best quarterbacks in the Big
Ten. The Boilermakers finally started
putting points on the board and their
quarterback took his place among the
league's statistical leaders.
GOING INTO today's game, Cam-
pbell leads the league in total offense
with 246.2 yards a game. He also is atop
the Big Ten in passes attempted (212),
completions (136), completion percen-
tage (64 percent), and yards (1,541).
Purdue coach Leon Burtnett said
Campbell made a real turnaround after
the Boilermakers opening two contests.
"Starting with the Minnesota game,
Scott has really come on strong," he
said. "He shows more emotion and is
making stronger throws."
All of which adds up to trouble for the
Michigan defense, which is ranked first
in the conference in total offense,
rushing defense and, I kid you not,
passing defense.
CAMPBELL IS just the type of quar-
terback who can pick the Michigan
secondary apart. If he gets enough time
to throw the football, the Wolverines
will have to score plenty of points.to win
the game.
"There's no question about it," Bo
said. "The key to this game will be the
play of our defense. Our defense is
going to face the toughest task they've
had all year.


Around the Big Ten

"Purdue is really good offensively.
They've got backs, they got receivers.
They've got tight ends and a quarter-
BUT MAKE no mistake about it, with
a 2-5-1 record the Boilermaker offense
hasn't been enough. Purdue's defense
has been giving up points at a rapid rate
(31.5 per game), and its kick coverage'
has been less than adequate. In a 33-22
loss to Ohio State, Purdue allowed the
Buckeyes' Garcia Lane to score on two
long punt returns.
"You don't win on offense," Burtnett
said. "You win on defense. Even though
we're not ranked that low on defense

Vince DeFelice ...
Al Sincich.
Kevin Brooks ..
Carlton Rose ......
Rodney Lyles .....
Tim Anderson ....
Mike Mallory .....
John Lott .........

or win
we're not good at defense.
"And our kicking game has been
atrocious at times and has cost us a few
Thesdefensive problems are Purdue's
biggest stumbling block if it hopes to
stage an upset. The Wolverines'
passing attack is not very threatening,
but their running game is. Michigan's
offense is geared toward long, time-
consuming drives and if it is successful
in keeping the Boilermaker defense on
the field for long stretches, look .out.
Michigan will have completed the first
step in its quest toward a fun holiday

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(44) Kevin Sumlin.....
(15) Don Anderson .....


(30) Brad Cochran ..... (203) CB (43) Ray Wallace.......(200)
(21) Evan Cooper ...... (172) SS (42) Kennedy Wilson ... (195)
(14) Tony Gant ........ (167) FS (26) Rod Woodson ..... (187)
(28) Don Bracken......(208) P (28) Matt Kinzer ....... (210)
(19) Bob Bergeron...(146) PK (8) Tim Clark.......(183)
Today's Purdue-Michigan game starts at 1:00 p.m. EST and can
be heard on WAAM (1600 AM), WPAG (1050 AM), WWJ (950 AM),
WUOM (91.7 FM), and WJR (760 AM).

Illinois at Minnesota
8:00p.m. EST
What to watch: If the Fighting Illini
can avoid a letdown after last week's
emotional victory over Michigan, they
should have little trouble with the 1-7
Gophers. Illinois must win two of its
last three games, all against weak op-
ponents, to clinch a Rose Bowl bid.
The Illini defense has been the key to
their success so far, allowing only 10.8
points per game, the league's best.
Minnesota, on the other hand, has
allowed 41.3, worst in the conference.
Illinois coach Mike White said the last
three games are important because,
"we want to justify what we've accom-
Iowa at Wisconsin
2:00 p.m. EST
What to watch: Both teams are enter-
taining bowl hopes and several
representatives from various post-.
season matches will be in attendance.
Iowa leads the league in total offense,
averaging 459.2 yards per game. Quar-
terback Chuck Long is the main reason
for this, as he leads the conference in
pass efficiency and yards per attempt
(9.9). Long will be facing the Big Ten's
second best pass defense as the
Badgers have allowed only 46.6 percent
of opponents' passes to be completed
and have 13 interceptions.
Wisconsin quarterback , Randy
Wright leads the league with 13 touch-
down passes.

Ohio State at Indiana
1:30p.m. EST
What to watch: Ohio State has not lat
to the Hoosiers in the last 28 games of
the series and Indiana coach &Mn
Wyche hopes to turn the trend around.
"Ohio State has a tradition of winning
and they've got a coach I'd love 'to
beat," he said.
The Buckeyes are "coming back"
according to coach Earle Bruce. Last
week, quarterback Mike Tomczak en-
joyed his best game in weeks with a 12-
14, 162 yard passing effort. Running
back Keith Byars also had a big day,
rushing for a career best 174 yards.
Michigan State at North-
western 2:00 p.m. EST
What to watch: Michigan State's
defense, ranked third in the conference,
must contain Wildcat quarterback San
dy Schwab and tailback Rickey Ed-
wards. Schwab, only a sophomore,
became his school's all-time passing
and total offense leader last week. Ed-
wards needs only seven catches to
become the Big Ten's all-time single
season pass receiving leader.
The Spartans are seeking to avenge
last season's loss to the 'Cats and keep
alive the pipe dream bowl game hopes
of coach George Perles.

Harriers looking for

It's a week later and now another Michigan sports
team has gone to central Illinois to try and secure a
Big Ten championship.
Actually two teams are questing titles, as both the
men's and women's cross country teams will be com-
peting in the conference championship meet today on
} the rolling hills of Urbana-Champaign.
But unfortunately the Wolverine harriers will
probably be no more successful than the gridders
were last Saturday, as both teams will face some
very strong runners from Wisconsin.
THE BADGER men's team won the NCAA cham-
pionship last year and returned the entire squad, so
despite a Michigan contingent that could be one of the
top five in the country, the Wolverines. will most
likely have to settle for their second straight second-
place finish.
But Wisconsin coach Martin Smith isn't looking
past Michigan, even though he is confident about his
own runners. "A lot of people think we may have
peaked too early," said Smith. "The Big Ten's will be
the test to answer that question. Right now, I think
we're there."
"Michigan has just as good a chance to win it as we
do, said Smith, who is in his first season at Wiscon-
sin after former coach Dan McClimmon was killed in
a plane crash last spring. "(Michigan coach Ron)
Warhurst is the most successful coach in the Big Ten.
He always has his team ready."
TUE WO LVERINE will b hled. a they were last

former, Sue Schroeder, for the first time in several
weeks, as she comes back from a foot injury. But
second runner Judy Yuhn is still sidelined with a bad
ankle. She may be ready to run next week at Distric-
Rockets 113, Pistons 108.
Special to the Daily
PONTIAC - The celebrated Ralph Sampson came
to the Silverdome last night, and scored 26 points to
help lead the Houston Rockets to a 113-108 victory
over the Detroit Pistons.
The Rockets led most of the game but when Sam-
pson fouled out with 1:26 left the score was tied, 106-
AFTER SAMPSON'S offensive foul, Detroit con-
trolled the ball. Kelly Tripucka, however, got an in-
side shot blocked and Allen Leavell put the Rockets
ahead to stay with a layup.
Trailing 111-108 with seven seconds remaining the
Pistons had one last shot to put the game into over-
time. Terry Tyler inbounded the ball but threw it
Leavell sealed the victory with two free throws.
SAMPSON SHOT 12 -18 from the field and grabbed
12 rebounds.' Caldwell Jones added 24 points for
Tripucka led the Pistons scoring 22 points with Bill
Laimbeer contributing 19 points and 15 rebounds.
Most of the 20,718 fans came to watch Sampson and

ig en titles
The Rockets record moved to 2-2, while the Pistons
dropped to 2-3. Detroit's next game is Wednesday
night at the Silverdome against Philadelphia.
Bucks 104, 76ers 94
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Marques Johnson scored
28 points and Sidney Moncrief added 21 as the
Milwaukee Bucks led from start to finish en route to a
104-94 National Basketball Association victory over
the Philadelphia 76ers yesterday.
The triumph evened Milwaukee's record at 2-2,
while the defending NBA champions suffered their
first loss of the season after three victories.
MILWAUKEE scored the first four points of the
game and never trailed. Moncrief and Johnson each
had 14 points in the first half.
The hot-shooting Bucks took advantage of 12
Philadelphia turnovers as they connected on 25 of 41
attempts from the field to take a 61-45 halftime ad-
The 76ers hit only 16 of 38 field goal attempts in the
first half and never got closer than five points after
the first quarter, which ended 36-28.
Lanier fined
NEW YORK (AP) - Center Bob Lanier of the
Milwaukee Bucks has been fined $5,000 for fighting
with Detroit Pistons' center Bill Laimbeer during a

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