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Men's cross country
NCAA Championship
tomorrow at Lehigh PA.


Women's Basketball team
is NOT playing at
Grand Rapids Press Tourney,
Nov. 25-26

Wage 8

Sunday, November 20, 1983

The Michigan Daily

icers rebound, slay MSU,


Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING - It's incredible but true.
: On the eve of the second anniversary of
Michigan's last hockey victory over Michigan
State, the Wolverines did it again scoring twice in
the final five minutes to win 5-3.
The game was tied at three going into the last
frame but, after both teams missed great oppor-
tunities, Michigan's tom Stiles lifted the puck over
Spartan goalie Bob Essesna at 15:00 minutes and
Jim McCauley added the insurance four minutes
later and the Wolverines ahd themselves a well-
deserved victory snapping a string of eight
straight MSU wins.
"THE LAW OF averages had to happen even-
tually," said Michigan State coach Ron Mason.
"You can give this win to Mark Chiamp. He rob-
bed us about five times."
The Michigan goalie was indeed phenomenal
making 39 saves to keep the game even until the
"No one is going to beat us when we play like


that," said Chiamp. "This was definately the best
game I have played in college."
Michigan coach John Giordano agreed. "He was
outstanding. The more saves you make, the more
you want to make."'
Giordano opened the game with a differend star-
ting line up and the change paid off.
SPEEDY BRAD Jones chased down the puck in
the Michigan State zone after a Spartan defender
missed a pass at the blue line. Jones skated
around the net and hit Kelly McCrimmon right in
front who put it past Essesna to put Michigan on
top just 19 seconds into the contest.
But State quickly countered when Kelly Miller
skated around a Wolverine defender and was able
to cut in front of the net and beat Chiamp low to
make it 1-1 before a minute had elapsed.
At 4:12 Michigan took advantage of a power play
situation to regain the lead as freshman John
Bjorkman put in a rebound off of Todd Carlile's
blast off Essesna's leg.
State, though was able to finally wrest the mom-
entum from the Wolverines after a few penalty

calls on the visiting team.
MICHIGAN killed off the penalties, but in bet-
ween the Spartans tied the game as Gord Flegel
lifted the puck over chiamp's left shoulder on a
The Wolverines came out smoking in the second
period, putting a lot of pressure on MSU's fresh-

man goalie and getting a two-man advantage
which Chris Seychel capitalized on, scoring on a
rebound off a Jones shot.
But midway through the period, the Spartans
tied it again, as Flegel slid the puck past the
sprawling Chiamp after he had stopped Neil
Davey's long shot from the left side.


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MICHIGAN ...............................2 1 2 -5
Michigan State .................................. 2 1 0 -3
Scoring: 1. M-McCrimmon (Jones) :19: 1. MSU-Miller (Taylor)
:51; 2. M-Bjorkman (McCrimmon, Carlile) 4:12; 2. MSU-Flegel
(McFall) 15:37.
Penalties: MSU-Phair (checking from behind) 2:24; M-May (in-
terference) 4:57; M-Hudas (interference) 6:46: M-Dries (holding)
11:20; MSU-Davey (holding) 11:20; M-Hudas (holding) 13:03; M-
Macnab (tripping) 18:18.
Scoring: 3. M-Seychel (Jones, Carlile) 5:30; 3. MSU-Flegel
Davey) 11:14.

Penalties: MSU-Smyl (tripping) 1:44; MSU-Anastos (hooking)
3:33; MSU-Smyl (highsticking) 4:08; MSU-McSween (hooking)
12:40; M-McCrimmon (interference) 16:12; M-McCrimmon
(failure to go to penalty box) 16:12.
Scoring: 4. M-Stiles (Macnab, Neff) 15:00; 5. M-McCauley
(Dries. P. Goff) 19:07.
Penalties: MSU-Eisley (tripping) 4:19; M-May (hooking)
7:39; M-Carlile (holding) 12:28; M-Jones (highsticking) 16:16.


M-Chiamp 39: MSU-Essensa 17

Chiamp and McCriniion

. . . spark victory


Wolf pack
Coug ars,

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) - North
Carolina State's Lorenzo Charles, a
hero of last season's NCAA basketball
final, scored 23 points and pulled down
13 rebounds as the Wolfpack once again
stunned Houston 76-64 yesterday in the
Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic.
While N.C. State needed Charles'
last-second shot to beat Houston 54-52 to
take the NCAA title last year, the Wolf-
pack took charge early in the second
half this time. They coasted to vic-
tory, their 11th in a row dating back to
last season.
HOUSTON was ranked third in the
preseason rankings, while N.C. State is
unranked and the Cougars were a 10-

point favorite. But the Wolfpack double
and triple-teamed Akeem Olajuwon,
the Houston's 7-0 center, who was held
to 16 points and 12 rebounds and held
their own on the boards.
Anthony "Spud" Webb, who spent the
last two years at Midland Tex. Junior
College, and Terry Gannon, a junior
guard played key roles in the Wolf-,
pack's upset.
The 5-7 Webb scored 18 points before
fouling out with a little over five
minutes left and voted the game's most
valuable player. Gannon had 15 points,
most from the outside.
N.C. STATE broke away from a 33-33

halftime tie as Charles and Webb(
scored two baskets at the start of the
second half. Webb also contributed two
steals as the Wolfpack raced away to a
41-35 edge..
But the Cougars bounced back as
Michael Young, who led Houston with
20 points, scored three baskets. Akeem
Olajuwon's layup put Houston on top 46-
45 with under 13 minutes left.

Then Charles and Gannon led an 11-point
spurt, hitting on long jumpers and with
less than six minutes left, the Wojfpack
had surged to a 65-52 lead. That was the-
biggest lead and the Wolfpack were in
no trouble the rest of the way.


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SEATTLE (AP) - For the second
straight season, Washington State's
underdog Cougars kept Washington out
of the Rose Bowl, this time using the
rushing of sophomore Kerry Porter
and a stubborn defense for a 17-6 vic-
tory yesterday over the 15th-ranked
UCLA defeated Southern California
27-17 and coupled with Washington's
loss meant a second straight trip to the
Rose Bowl, this year against Big Ten
opponent Illinois.
PORTER, a 6-foot-2, 203-pounder,
carried the ball 30 times for 170 yards
as the Cougars rolled up their fifth
straight Pacific-10 Conference football
Washington finished with a 5-2 Pac-10
record and an 8-3 regular season
overall mark. Washington State, which
entered the game with flickering post-
game hopes, wound up at 7-4 overall
and 5-3 in the conference.
Freshman Richard Calvin scored two
touchdowns on short-yardage situations
in the second quarter and John Traut
kicked a 41-yard field goal for the
Cougars in the fourth quarter.
Washington was held to a pair of Jeff
Jaeger field goals.
UCLA 27, USC 17
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Karl Dorrell,
Kevin Nelson and Bryan Wiley scored
touchdowns in six-minute span of the
third quarter yesterday to propel UCLA
to a 27-17 Pacific-10 Conference victory
over Southern Cal and put the Bruins
into the Rose Bowl against fourth-
ranked Illinois.
The win over the archrival Trojans,
coupled with Washington State's 17-6
upset of Washington in Seattle earlier in
the day, gave the Bruins the Pac-10 title
with a 6-1-1 conference record.
IT WAS the second consecutive year
the Bruins needed outside help - and
received it - to make it to the Rose
Bowl. Last year, they defeated the
Trojans 20-19 in the final regular season
game, got a WSU upset of Washington,

win gives
and a week later, an Arizona upset of scorebo
Arizona State. support
The triumph over Southern Cal gives thinking
unranked UCLA a 6-4-1 overall record. earlier.
The Trojans finished their season 4-6-1, THEl
the school's first losing campaign since State dr
1961. Big Ten Conference champion Panther
Illinois is 10-1.
The Bruins trailed 10-6 at the inter-
mission, but stormed back to take
command after half-time. Quarterback
Rick Neuheisel guided them on an 80-
yard scoring march with the second-
half kickoff, capping the drive with a 7-
yard scoring throw to Dorrell.
SOME TWO AND a half minites later,
Nelson tallied on a 12-yard run to make
it 20-10 after Lupe Sanchez set up the
score with a 39-yard punt return to the
Trojans' 21-yard line.
Tackle Jeff Chaffin recovered a fum-
ble by Southern Cal's Michael Harper
at the Trojans' 26 to set up Wiley's 17-
yard touchdown burst that staked the
Bruins to a 27-10 advantage with 3:51
remaining in the period.
Southern Cal narrowed the margin to
10 points when Todd Spencer scored on
a seven-yard run with 10:35 to go. r.
The Bruins broke on top on a first-
quarter field goal of 25 yards by John
Lee and another of 20 yards by Lee in
the second quarter.
Southern Cal rallied to move ahead ..
on a one-yard scoring run by Spencer and ,<
a 30-yard field goal by Frank Jordan in
the closing seconds of the first half.
Pitt 24, Penn State 24
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Nick Gan-y
citano kicked a 32-yard field on the final {5 $
play of the game yesterday, giving
Penn State a wild 24-24 tie with ar-
chrival 17th-ranked Pitt in a traditional
college football battle between bowl-
bound teams. C'
Gancitano's field goal produced the
first tie in 27 years between the teams The 0
and came after an error on the tackl

ard clock sent hundreds of Pitt
.ers merrily onto the field
the game had ended one play
KICK capped a furious Penn
ive from its 16-yard line to the
s' 15 after Bill Wallace's third

touchdown catch of the game had com-
pleted a second-half rally that gave Pitt
a 24-21 lead with only 1:15 left to play.
Wallace made a fingertip grab of
John Congemi's pass in the left rear of.
the end zone after beating cornerback
Mark Fruehan for the second time.

UCLA roses



Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER

Ohio State mascot, a walking buckeye nut, was the victim of a merciless
e by an unidentified Michigan letterman.


Notre Dame loses Liberty

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SOUTH BEND (AP) - Notre Dame,
reeling Saturday from a third straight
loss that dropped it to 6-5, announced it
has asked Liberty Bowl officials to seek
another opponent for Boston College in
the. Dec. 29 classic at Memphis.
Gene Corrigan, Irish athletic direc-
tor, said before yesterday's game
against Air Force that Notre Dame
would probably accept the Liberty
Bowl invitation, but he apparently
reversed his decision after the 23-22 loss
to Ai P nrn

set victory.
The Falcons, bound for the Indepen-
dence Bowl, tied the score 22-22 on John
Kershner's 1-yard run, capping an 11-
play drive. Pavlich's first try at the ex-
tra point was unsuccessful, but a
penalty against Notre Dame gave him
another shot.
Notre Dame quarterback Blair Kiel,
who came off the bench to toss two

second-half touchdown passes, drove
the Fighting Irish to the Air Force 21-4
yard line with foureconds to play, but
Mike Johnston's 31-yard field goal at-
tempt was blocked by Falcons' corner-
back Tom Rotello.
The Air Force victory overshadowed
a second-half Notre Dame comeback
led by Kiel, who finished with 16 com-
pletions on 22 attempts for 285 yards.

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