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The Michigan Daily - Tuesdov, November 29, 1983 - Page 9
period, lose 5-3
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By KATIE BLACKWELL
Lacking that necessary "killer in-
}stinet," according to Michigan coach
John Giordano, the Wolverine hockey
team saw a second period 3-1 lead over
Northern Michigan go down the drain
Friday night at Marquette.
Forty-two seconds into the third
period, Wildcat Dave Mogush put the
tying goal past Michgan netminder
Mark Chiamp. The shot set the stage
for two more Northern goals, and a 5-3
ITeWAS frustrating to have a 3-1
lead on the road and blow, it," said
Giordano. "We probably should have
Michigan came back to life on Satur-
day night, however, dominating the
Wildcats 5-1, paced by the two-goal per-
formance of co-captain Kelly Mc-
Senior Ray Dries started the scoring
spree with a power play goal from Todd
Carlile and Bill Brauer at the 4:38 mark
of the first period.
Both teams were held in check for the
remainder of the period, and through
most of the second stanza until Nor-
thern's Kory Wright answered the
BUT THAT was all the Wildcats could
muster for the evening, as Chiamp
finished the night with 27 saves.
The line of McCrimmon, center Brad
Jones and left wing Paul Spring
provided the offense that handed
Michgan the second game of the series.
Jones, a freshman, collected a goal
and two assists in a span of 2:43 in the
third period. With the help of defen-
seman Greg Hudas, he fed McCrimmon
the puck to give the Wolverines a 2-1
lead. Twenty-four seconds later, Jones
made it 3-1 with an unassisted goal.
Jim McCauley, Michigan's leading
scorer with 18 points, put the icing on
the cake with his second goal of the
series, a power-play tally near the end
of the game.
The trip to Marquette was a costly one.
On Friday night, the Wolverines'
second-leading scorer, Chris Seychel,
injured a knee and was forced to sit out
the second game.
"SEYCHEL IS out for a while," said
Giordano. According to the fourth-year
head coach, the sophomore left wing
will not play before the Great Lakes In-
vitational on December 29-30. That
leaves four games in which the
Wolverines will have to compensate for
The Thanksgiving weekend action
leaves Michigan with a 4-6 CCHA
record, tying them for sixth place in the
conference. Northern is 6-6 and in fifth
The Wolverines will try to move up in
the CCHA standings with a four-game
homestand in early December that will
see Lake Superior State coming to town
this weekend and Ferris State on
1) Ohio State (13-0)
2) Bowling Green (13-1)
3) Michigan Tech (10-4-1)
4) Michigan State (10-4)
5) Northern Michigan (6-8)
6) MICHIGAN (7-8)
7) Ferris State (9-7)
8) Lake Superior (6-7)
9) Western Michigan (8-6)
10) Illinois-Chicago (2-13)
11) Miami (1-13)
Ohio State................. ...8$1
Bowling Green............. .. 80
North Dakota ....................76,,
Wisconsin .......................49 r
Michigan Tech ................ 46
Michigan State....... .........35
Boston University~.. 12
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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Michigan center Ray Dries makes full use of his stick while trying to stop a centering pass in a recent game. In the third
period of Friday night's game, however, the Wolverines could not keep the puck away from their own net as Northern
Michigan scored three goals to win 5-3.
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F By JEFF HARRISON
The Michigan Crew Club's very suc-
cessful fall season is over, but the club
is far from going into hibernation nor is
its year close to ending.
During the winter, the crew club con-
ducts land workouts. These consist of
running five miles six days a week and
lilting weights three times a week.
"EVERYDAY I find a new muscle
that hurts," said club member Jim
Hack of the workouts.
The club will go back to the water
over Spring Break, travelling to Tam-
pa, Fla. for intensive on-the-water
training. It will hardly be a vacation
for the club members, as they will prac-
tice more than four hours each day.
All of this training will help the club
get ready for the spring season. In
early April the rowers have races with
other area clubs. Then, starting in late
April, they travel to Madison for the
In early May, it's off to Philadelphia
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the Intercollegiate Rowing Association
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The crew club is confident that the
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