Women's Basketball vs. Wisconsin
Today at 2:00 p.m.
The Miehigan Daily,
Sunday, January 15, 1984
Matt Mann Pool
Women's Swimming vs.
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By MIKE MCGRAW
CIUCAGO - Despite missing six regulars and being
frustrated by a tough Illinois-Chicago defense made
up entirely of freshmen, Michigan was able to come
from behind to defeat the Flames 3-2 last night to gain
a split in a surprisingly close weekend hockey
The Wolverines had four players hurt before
making the trip to Chicago, then lost center Ray
Dries to knee injury Friday night and leading scorer
Jim McCauley, who returned home due to the death
of his father.
BUT MICHIGAN got outstanding play from reser-
ves Dave McIntyre, Paul Kobylarz and Tom Dolanl
and held off a shaky Chicago offense to avenge
Friday night's 4-2 loss to the lowly Flames.
The referees gave Michigan two power-play oppor-
tunities early in the first period, but the Wolverines
1couldn't cash in and UIC turned the second penalty
into their first goal.
The Flames' Tom Palkoski skated up the right side
and fed an open Daryl Seltenreich, who had just left'
the penalty box, out in front. Michigan goalie Mark
Chiamp stopped Seltenreich's first shot, but the
freshman from Colorado poked in his own rebound to
put Chicago on top.
LESS THAN a minute later, the Wolverines tied it
up when McIntyre took a pass across the crease from
Brad Jones and pushed it by UIC goalie Jim Hickey
for his first goal of the season.
But with less than two minutes left in the period, the
Flames took a 2-1 lead when their leading scorer,
Mike Rucinski, got his 13th of the season, firing in the
rebound of a Ray Staszak blast from the right point.
In the second stanza Michigan tied the game early
on and spent the balance of the period killing
JUNIOR DOUG May, a left wing who was forced to
play defense last night, scored the goal on a rocket
from the middle of the blue line.
From there on, Michigan was whistled for five of its
nine penalties on the game, but UIC missed the net
with most of its good scoring chances.
When the Wolverines finally got five skaters on the
ice they took the lead and held on. Freshman Dan
Goff collected the first goal of his collegiate career as
he gathered a loose puck in the corner and fired it
past Hickey from a low angle to the left.
Goff's goal helped Michigan raise its record to 9-9
in conference play, regaining a fifth-place tie with
Michigan Tech and closing to within one game of Nor-
thern Michigan as both Upper Peninsula teams lost
last night. UIC fell to 4-14 in CCHA play.
Ferris State 5, Bowling Green 5
BIG RAPIDS, Mich. (UPI) - Junior center Dan
Kane tied the game on a power play goal at 17:07 of
the third period Saturday sending Ferris State to a 5-5
CCHA tie with Bowling Green.
Bowling Green's John Samanski scored the game's
first goal, also a power play, at 3:22 of the first period
assisted by George Roll and Mike Pikul.
Ferris goalie Rob Hughston had 46 saves. Bowling
Green netman Gary Kruzich had 34 saves.
Scoring: 1. UIC-Seltenreich (Palkowski, Patzin)
8:14; 1. M-McIntyre (Jones, DeMartino) 8:51; 2.
UIC-Rucinski (Staszak, Husgen) 16:25.
Penalties: UIC-Husgen (tripping) 1:36; UIC-
Seltenreich (slashing) 6:07; M-Macnab (roughing)
18:29; UIC-Johnson (roughing) 18:29.
Scoring: 2. M-May (Kobylarz, Seychel) 7:30.
Penalties: M-Carlile (roughing) 8:11; M-Macnab
(hooking) 11:08; M-DeMartino (holding) 13:45; UIC-
Mersch (tripping) 16:05; M-Seychel (interference)
18:05; M-DeMartino (highsticking) 19:55.
Scoring: 3. M-Dan Goff (Seychel, Pat Goff) 6:24.
Penalties: M-Carlile (interference) 3:02; M-May
(hooking) 7:45; UIC-Cronin (holding) 11:05; M-
Bjorkman (interference) 16:00.
Saves: M-Chiamp 27, UIC-Hickey 18.
.. game-winning goal
By GARY EFFMAN
Ten pairs of wrestling shoes clicking
in unison, "There's no place like
home.. . there's no place like home."
After a disastrous road trip through
Pennsylvania, where the Wolverines
dropped four dual meets in as many
days, last night's crushing victory over
Indiana 38-6 must have made Crisler
Arena seem just a bit like Oz.
The match was the opener of the
triangular meet between Michigan, In-
diana and Arizona State. The
Wolverines broke out quickly winning
six of 'the first seven matches, the one
loss coming at 142-pounds where just
the night before Michigan suffered a
greater loss when Tony LaTora was in-
jured. It was only a few hours before
the match that LaTora (15-7) was
diagnosed as having a hairline fracture
of the collarbone.
"IT'S A VERY unfortunate injury;
we'll have to keep him out for about
three weeks," said coach Dale Bahr.
The rest of the team appeared primed
for the match. Opening for Michigan
was William Waters who has proven to
be one of the most consistent freshmen.
Waters was down 3-2 with :47 seconds
when he took down Ken Johnson to take
the lead 4-3. He rode out the remaining
time to give Michigan a 3-0 lead.
Joe McFarland followed up Waters
and, in what has become routine, con-
fidently put down Indiana's Jeff Ben-
tley. The 13-4 decision upped
Michigan's lead to six.
THE WIN SET the stage for the most
dominating score of the night as Mike
DerGarabedian soundly trouncedl Ken
Taroli 30-2. The superior decision, wor-
th five points, raised the score to 11-0,
leaving Indiana coach Doug Blub just a
Indiana got on the board when Tim
Walsworth decisioned Dan Stone 12-8 at
A forfeit at 150-pounds by Indiana
made the score 18-3. Michigan got its
first pin from Don Forchione (158 lbs.) .
It was the first Big Ten match for For-
chione, who admitted "It helps a lot
when you have your friends around...
On the road nobody knows you."
MICHIGAN SPLIT the next two mat-
chs with Kevin Hill decisioning his man
at 167 and Ray Yerkes losing a close 8-4
The powerhouses for Michigan, Kirk
Trost (190) and Rob Rechsteiner
(HWT) completed the demolition.
Trost easily disposed of his opponent to
win a superior 13-1 decision over In-
diana's Marc Doneti.
The end came swiftly, as Rechsteiner
recorded his 26th win of the year with a
first period pin. The win was his fifth in
a row and third pin of the winning
McFarland summed it up best,
"We've been struggling lately and a
win like this shows the team what we
Perhaps a good luck charm is what
the Michigan women's basketball team
needs to win a game in the Big Ten.
Head coach Gloria Soluk had better find
her rabbit's foot because Wisconsin,
which won its first two conference
games comes to Crisler Arena today.
The Badgers started off strongly in
Big Ten play. With the best shooting
percentage in the league, Wisconsin
boasts a potent offense. Michigan will
have to keep an eye on senior guard
Janet Huff, who is averaging 18.3 points
The Wolverines will look to retaliate
with sharp-shooting Wendy Bradetich,
who is coming off a 28-point performan-
ce Friday against Minnesota.
Unsung heroine Jerene Middleton
could prove to be the four-leaf clover
Soluk needs. The freshman forward is
third in the Big Ten in field goal percen-
tage, and third on the team in scoring
and rebounding despite not having star-
ted a game. After tossing in 19 points
last week against Iowa, Middleton
could prove to be a key factor in today's
game. -'-BARB MCQUADE
... cager's leading scorer
SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
Women tankers drown OSU, 89-51
By JOE BOWER
Going into yesterday's women's
swim meet versus Ohio State, Michigan
first-year coach Peter Lindsay was
very concerned. The Wolverines had
not performed as well as expected in
dropping their first two contests. Ad-
}ding to his worries, the rival Buckeye
squad looked every bit as strong as the
team which won the Big Ten champion-
ship last year.
Lindsay's worries proved to be all for
naught, however, as Michigan sur-
prisingly routed the powerful Buckeyes
89-51 at Matt Mann Pool.
"WE DID WHAT we wanted to do as
a team," said an elated Lindsay. "I
think (Buckeye coach Jim Montrella)
may have come into the meet a little
"Our times were not that fast," he
added, "and we really didn't look that
strong, but I'm pleased."
Even though Wolverine tankers' times
were "not that good," they were fast
enough to take at least two places in
nine of the 12 individual events.
LEADING THE WAY was Sue Cahill
who captured first place in the 400-
meter individual medley and 200-meter
breaststroke. Also winning races were
Jeanne Perkins (50-meter freestyle),
Linda Lunsford (200-meter butterfly),
Caroline Lindemulder (100-meter
freestyle), Jane Esselstyn (200-meter
backstroke) and Sherry Cartwright
"I was really pleased with our sprin-
ters (50- and 100-meter freestyles),"
Lindsay said. "This was the first time
we've won either race this year. It was
a pleasant surprise."
.The Wolverine coach also had praise
for the divers, who were victorious in
both the one- and three-meter
springboard events. "They got the
momentum going in our favor early.,"
IN TRUTH, this OSU team was
missing some of its top swimmers whop
stayed in Columbus. According to Lin-
dsay, Montrella obviously felt his
tankers could handle the young
Michigan team without the extra
It's certain that other swimming
coaches will not make the same
"Before the season started there
were some questions about how (good)
the new coach would be," Lindsay said.
"Plus, the people on last year's team
were wondering about how this new
group (including all freshmen) would
swim. We knew this was not one of the
Michigan teams of the past, when they
blew everybody out of the water, but we
thought we would be alright. Today we
showed them we're here and we have a
Men tankers whip
Special to the Daily
MADISON - Michigan's top three
divers, Bruce Kimball, Kent Ferguson
and Mike Gruber, finished first, second
and third in both the one- and three-
meter diving events to pace the
Wolverines to a 66-47 win over Wiscon-
sin Friday night in Madison.
With their performances, all three
divers qualified for the NCAA regional
championships in the one-meter event.
Kimball and Ferguson also qualified
for regionals in the three-meter event.
MARC PARRISH, Mark Noetzel and
Benoit Clement led the Wolverines with
five first-place finishes in individual
Parrish won the 200-meter individual
medley and the 200-meter breaststroke,
while Noetzel finished first in both the
50- and 100-meter freestyle events.
Clement finished Michigan's first-
place barrage by winning the 1000-
meter freestyle with a time of 9:26.94,
the fastest time in the Big Ten this year.
The win gives the Wolverines a 1-0
Big Ten record. Michigan's next meet
is against Eastern Michigan Friday
night at the Matt Mann Pool.
1Gn nusts take second place
Special to the Daily
The Michigan men's gymnastics
team placed two of its gymnasts in the
top three places of the all-around com-
petition to finish second in a tri-meet
yesterday at Crisler Arena.
Defending Big Ten champion Illinois
won the meet with a total of 272.05 poin-
ts, 15 points ahead of the Wolverines,
and Kent State finished third with 243.40
MICHIGAN'S Gavin Meyerowitz, a
freshman, finished fifth in both the
vault and high bar on his way to a
second-place finish in the all-around
The Wolverine's lone individual win-
ner was Merrick Horn, who won the
parallel bars competition with a score
of 9.4. The win powered Horn to a third
place all-around finish.
Michigan coach Bob Darden was not
surprised by his team's second-place
"We've been working on more dif-
ficult routines to get ready for Big Tens,
so our team score was a little lower
than usual," said Darden. "At this
point in the year, we're not too concer-
ned about the team score. We're more
interested in developing consistency,
and that will come as the season wears
- MIKE REDSTONE
Sab res 2, Red Wings 1
Special to the Daily
The Detroit Red Wings, on a four-
game losing streak, came into last
night's game with Buffalo determined
to win, and they nearly succeeded
before succumbing 2-1 to the Sabres
before 17,715 fans at Joe Louis Arena.
Buffalo goalie Tom Barrasso stifled
the Wings, turning aside 36 of 37 shots,
while Gred Stefan turned in a strong
performance, stopping 20 of 22 in-
cluding a Brent Peterson penalty shot.
Craig Ramsay and Lindy Ruff scored
for Buffalo, while Steve Yzerman
tallied for the Wings.
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