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Basketball season tickets
will be available tomorrow
at the ticket office

SPORTS

I.M. football
playoffs begin
tomorrow

Po;

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, November 6, 1983

ices
By JIM DAVIS
It is said that winning breeds con-
fidence, and based on the performance
of the Wolverines this weekend against
New Hampshire, plenty of that con-
fidence should be noticeable in the
Michigan locker room.
The Wolverines completed a two-
game sweep of the Wildcats last night
by claiming a 5-4 victory.
HIGH-SCORING sophomore Chris
Seychel tallied the game-winning goal
for the Wolverines at 11:27 of the third
period.
With the score tied, 4-4, center Ray
Dries fed Seychel, who was skating in
the clear on the left side near the New
Hampshire blue line. Seychel, who also
notched two assists on the night, flipped
the puck past Wildcat goaltender Bruce
Gillies into the far corner of the net to
give the Wolverines the necessary of-
fense.
Then. to cap the victory, Michigan
killed a furious New Hampshire bid for
the equalizer in the last two minutes
with Dries off for holding, and an ad-
ditional Wildcat attacker on the ice:
when New Hampshire pulled its goalie.
Michigan goalie Mark Chiamp made
several key saves and the penalty
killers cleared the puck just often

rs edge
enough for the Wolverines to hangc
and up their season record to 5
overall, 2-2 in the CCHA.
IT WAS New Hampshire's first seri
of the season. Michigan defeated t
Wildcats 3-2 in overtime Friday night.
"I think a win like this is very big
said Michigan head coach John Gi(
dano, particularly when the fact th
New Hampshire, one of the top teams
the Eastern Collegiate Athlet
Association, was rated in the top ten
several pre-season college polls.
The game started at a fast a
furious pace and didn't let up. Tv
minutes into the game, with t
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SCORES BY PERIODS
1 2 3 F

UNH again, 5-4
on Wovlerines and one Wildcat in the goal of the year and second of the
5-4 penalty box, New Hampshire's Ralph off a perfect pass from Carlile t
Robinson batted a rebound past the Wolverines within one.
es Chiamp to make it 1-0. Michigan freshman John Bjor
he AT THE six -minute mark, Michigan knotted the score again at 17:15 w
blueliner Todd Carlile lugged the puck second goal of the season.
," into the New Hampshire zone on a HERMS TALLIED again. fo
or- power play and fed Tom Stiles. Stiles' Wildcats on an unusual power pla
at weak shot was stopped by Gillies, but in the second period. With Doug M
in Wolverine's captain Jim McCauley slid for holding, Herms took a shot fr
ic the rebound between the netminder's point that was headed over the
of pads to tie the game. the goal. Chiamp reached up to ca
Mark Doherty and Peter Herms but the puck bounced off his glov
nd tallied goals to give New Hampshire a into the net to make it 4-3..
wo 3-1 lead, but once again on the power (At the 16:00 mark of the secon
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New Hampshire ............... 3 1
MICHIGAN ................... 3 1
FIRST PERIOD

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Scoring: NH-R. Robinson (therms) 2:14; 1.
M-McCauley (Stiles, Carlile) 6:08; 2. NH-Doherty
(Chisholm) 6:48; 3. NH-Herms (Laganas, Douris)
14:33; 2. M-McCauley (Carlile, Seychel) 16:01; 3.
M-Bjorkman (DeMartino, May) 17:15.
Penalties: NH-Chisholm (tripping) 1:19; M-P.
Goff (hooking) 1:37; M-Carlile (hooking) 2:01;
NH-Petter (holding) 4:58; NH-Doherty (hooking)
15:40; M-Downing (roughing) 17:19; NH-Ellison
(roughing) 17:19.

SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 4. NH-Herms (R. Robinson) 10:46; 4.
M-Carlile (SeychelMcCauley) 16:07.
Penalties: M-May (holding) 8:59; NH-Muse
(tripping) 11:23; M-May (elbowing) 15:04;
NH-Byrnes:(slashing) 15:04; NH-D. Robinson
(slashing) 16:00; NH-D. Robinson (misconduct)
16:07; M-Neff (hooking) 17:58.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 5. M-Seychel (Dries, McCauley) 11:27.
Penalties: M-May (hooking) 3:13; NH-Lee (in-
terference) 5:30; M-Dries (hooking) 17:43.
Saves: M-Chiamp, 25; NH-Gillies, 32.

son took a slashing call to give Abe
Wolverines a man advantage. S0en
seconds later, Carlile netted a slap Got
from the right point to tie it again. :
That set up Seychel's winning gbal
and the exciting conclusion to the
game.
"To have them (New Hampshire)
come in here and then play as well as
we did, it's a real confidence booster,"
said Carlile.
"If you really think back on the
game, there weren't too many give-
aways tonight, "said Giordano. "We
really worked hard, especially in the
defensive zone. We're getting better."

Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
Michigan center Ray Dries battles a New Hampshire skater for the puck
during last night's 5-4 Wolverine victory.

Harriers fade

to second in Big

Special to the Daily
CHAMPAIGN - The Michigan men's,
cross country team finished second to
defending Big Ten and NCAA champion
Wisconsin in yesterday's Big Ten
Championship, barely edging out third-
place Purdue.
Dave Meyer's time of 24:05 was good
for an 11th place finish, the best among
Wolverines. Meyer was followed
closely by teammates Brian Diemer in
12th place, Dennis Keane in 15th, Chris
Brewster in 16th and Bill Brady in 17th.
Wisconsin took the top three places.
Badger John Easker, a top-five finisher
in last year's NCAA race, toped all in-
dividuals with a time of 23:22 for the
eight kilometer course.
Diemer and Brewster stayed with
Easker early in the race, but could not
*maintain the pace, according to
Wolverine coach Ron Warhurst.
"I'm a little disappointed that
Diemer and Brewster faded as early as
they did," he said, "but I'm still happy
,with the finish."
Spikers dine on Loyola
Although the Michigan women's
volleyball team came up with a win
N yesterday over Loyola, it seems to have
Georgia
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP)- Barry
Young scored on a one-yard plunge
early in the fourth quarter as fourth-
ranked Georgia continued its mastery
of Florida with a 10-9 Southeastern Con-
ference victory over the ninth-ranked
Gators yesterday.
Young's scoring run with 13:18 to
play capped a 99-yard drive for a sput-
tering Bulldog attack that had netted
only 96 yards for almost three quarters.
The Gators, losing to Georgia for the
sixth year in a row, had dominated the
game until the winning drive.
Florida drove inside the Georgia 25-
yard line six times, but had to settle for

lost its appetite for victory.
The spikers defeated Loyola in four
games, 9-15, 15-9, 15-10 and 15-7 in a
somewhat stale performance.
Michigan, which had planned to feast
on a team like Loyola, found the first
game"hard to swallow. Despite some
sizzling hits by senior Alison Noble, the
Wolverines just didn't appear hungry

for the win.
THE DEFENSE, always susceptible
to the dink, made no exception today,
allowing Loyola to drop the ball into the
center of the court throughout the
game.
Michigan did manage to show some
life in game two, combining the right
ingredients to come up with a win. Play
started off slowly, though, as the two
teams exchanged the serve four times
before a point was scored. Wolverine
senior Barb Bensing finally got things
cooking, serving up three straight poin-
ts, all of them aces.
After a narrow victory in the third
game, Michigan came alive in the
deciding contest, eating up Loyola with
powerful hits. Senior Sue Rogers picked
apart the defense with her strong and
accurate spikes. The Wolverines
savored Rogers' hits on the short set,
and enjoyed the taste of victory.
HEAD COACH Sandy Vong was not
disappointed with his team's perfor-
mance. "They played reasonably
well," said Vong, "Considering that
Loyola's players come out of a very
good Chicago high school program, we
did pr tty well. They've got a lot of
height, too.
"We did have trouble in the first

game obviously, but we finally broke it
open when we won the third game."
Vong did admit that his team may be
having trouble concentrating on
volleyball at this point in the season.
With a 16-13 record, the Wolverines'
chances for a title ended long ago.
"NO QUESTION about it," said
Vong. "They are lacking (concentration)
at times. There's not much left, but we
always have to put forward our best ef-
fort.
"Our seniors have got to set the
tradition. They've got to continue to
play hard to set the example for the rest
of the girls for next year.,"
Rogers was also nappy with the out-
come of today's game.
"IT'S NICE to win for a change," she
said. "We've been inzalittle rut the past
few games. We were determined to
come back today and win."
Rogers noted that while she doesn't
feel that she and her teammates have
let down at all, Michigan is not the
same team that began the season with
eight straight victories.
"I don't think we're as tough as we
were," said Rogers. "We have our t
moments, but there are times when
we're not playing that well. Overall, it's
not that we aren't as good as we were

earlier, we're just not as consistent."
- BARB MCQUADE
Women harriers ninth
Special to the Daily
CHAMPAIGN - The Michigan
women's cross country team ran to a
disappointing ninth-place finish in the
Big Ten championship here yesterday.
Wisconsin won the race with 52 poin-
ts, far ahead of the Wolverines' score of
224.
The Badgers also fielded the in-
dividual champion, Cathy Brant, who
covered the five kilometer course in
16:26.
Michigan finishers included Cathy
Schmidt, Sue Schroeder, Kelli Burt and
Bonnie McDonald, who finished 25th,
45th, 46th, and 53d, respectively.

Ten
MSU tops stickers, 2-1
Special to the Daily ~
EAST LANSING - The Michigan
women's field hockey team lost its
season finale, 2-1, to Michigan State
yesterday.
The Wolverines finish the season with
a record of 9-7 overall, 3-7 in the Big
Ten.
'Michigan's lone goal came at 7:57 of
the second half, when Mau.ra Bruger
scored off a pass from Joan Taylor.
Michigan goalie Jonnie Terry had
four saves, and the Wolverines had
seven shots on goal.
POETRY READING
with DAVID EPSTEIN
and RAYMOND STOCK
Reading from their works
MONDAY, NOV. 7th -8 PM
at GJILD HOUSE
802 MONROE t

Rogers
... feasts on Loyola

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squeaks byFlorida, 10-9
hat co e ed 21 a sby obby Raymond Plushwgh 21, Notre Dane 16 The touchdown, six plays later, gave
thatcovred21,25 ad 3 yads.the Hurricanes a school record ninth

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Auburn 35, Maryland 23
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Tommie
Agee raced for 219 yards, including
touchdown bursts of 61 and 44 yards, as
No. 3 Auburn ground out a 35-23 victory
over seventh-ranked Maryland in a top
intersectional matchup yesterday.
Maryland quarterback Boomer
Esiason threw three touchdown passes,
scoring strikes of 10 yards to Sean
Sullivan and 14 yards to Greg Hill in a
third-quarter rally and a 40-yard bomb
to Russell Davis in the fourth quarter.

Canucks halt Wings, 3-2

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Tailback
Joe McCall scored two touchdowns and
John Congemi hit BillWallace with a 44-
yard pass for another TD yesterday to
lead unranked Pitt to a 21-16 college
football victory over 18th-ranked Notre
Dame.
The Panthers struck for two quick
scores in the first period on a Congemi-
Wallace pass and a 10-yard run by Mc-
Call following a fumble recovery. They
wrapped it up in the fourth quarter
when McCall scored on a one-yard
plunge that he had set up with a 31-yard
run.
Miami 12, East Carolina 7
MIAMI (AP) - Quarterback Bernie
Kosar lunged in from the one-yard line
with 1:04 to play Saturday to lift No. 5
Miami to a 12-7 college football victory
over upstart East Carolina.
Kosar set up his touchdown sneak
with a 52-yard strike to wide receiver
Ed Brown, giving the Hurricanes a first
down at the Pirates' 13

straight victory after an opening loss
while East Carolina dropped to 6-3, all
three losses to Florida teams.
SCORES
A labs .na 32, LSU 26
Baylor 24, Arkansas 21
Boston College 34, Army 14
Bowling Green 45, BalIState 30
Colorado 34, Kansas 23
Kansas State 21, Oklahoma State 20,
Kent State 37, Eastern Michigan 13
Miami (Fla.) 12, East Carolina 7
Missouri 10, Oklahoma 0
Nebraska 72, Iowa State 29
Southern Methodist 20, Rice 6
Texas 9,Houston 3
Texas Christian 10, Texas Tech 10
West virginia 27, Temple 9

THE DEPARTMENT OF
ROMANCE LANGUAGES
presents the
ANNUAL
HAYWARD KENISTON
LECTURE
"Romance and Picaresque in Spain, 1599-1605
by
EDWARD C. RILEY
(University of Edinburgh)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1983
4:10 P.M.
RACKHAM AMPHITHEATRE

By SCOTT Mc.KINLAY
DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wing's
unbeaten streak ended at seven games
last night in front of the third-largest
crowd in Wing history.
The 19,525 fans were with the Wings
until the end and didn't let up until the
final second was history and Detroit
had fallen to Vancouver, 3-2.
THE SCORING started with Reed
Larson bagging his sixth goal of the
year on assist from Ron Duguay. The
Wings padded their first-period lead
with a goal from rookie Steve Yzerman
with Duguay getting his second assist.

The second period scoring started
with Rick Lanz netting his fourth goal
of the season for Vancouver, to cut the
lead to 2-1. Dave Williams tied the
game up about seven minutes later and
Tony Tanti scored the game winner, his
16th goal of the year, midway through
the third period.
The game score was tainted,
however, when in the second period the
Wings scored a phantom goal. The shot
had apparently crossed the goal line,
but referee Don Koharski ruled other-
wise.

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