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Wrestling
Michigan vs. Purdue
Crisler Arena, 2:00 p.m.

SPORTS

Women's swimming
Michigan vs. Michigan St.
Thursday, 7:00 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool

e Miehigan Daily

Sunday, January 22, 1984

Page 7

Broncos bust iccers,

By TIM MAKINEN
Western Michigan's Dan Dorion put
on a picture-perfect performance last
night at Yost Ice Arena as a hushed
audience of 2,937 saw the Broncos stage
a 7-1 rout of the Michigan hockey team.
Dorion, a sophomore rightwinger,
notched three goals and assisted on
three others. The goals brought his
league leading total to 31, as well as
stretching his point-scoring streak to 31
games. Dorion also assisted on the
game winning goal of Friday night's
overtime victory for Western.
"I APPROACH every game with the
same attitude," said the Astoria, N.Y.
native. "But tonight I felt really good.
I was free-wheeling because they gave
me room to skate."
Michigan had trouble getting un-
tracked all evening, particularly in the
first period when it was outshot, 28-8.
The Wolverines, hindered with a pat-
chwork defense due to injuries, had dif-
ficulty breaking out of their own end
and establishing a power play. Too of-
ten it looked as if Michigan was content
to sit back and watch the Dorion show.
Dorion began the onslaught at 13:02
of the first period when a rebound from
his shot went to teammate Pat Ryan
who fired the puck under the crossbar
to give Western a 1-0 lead. Then with
Wolverine Kelly McCrimmon off for
elbowing, Dorion set up teammate
Stuart Burnie who beat Michigan goalie
Mark Chiamp with a low shot.
TIRED OF playing a supporting role,
Dorion took center stage himself at

18:57 of the first period. The right-
winger skated the length of the ice,
danced around Michigan defenseman
John DeMartino, and stuffed the puck
in the net after being momentarily
delayed by a sprawled out Chiamp.
Michigan got on the board in the
second period when John Bjorkman
deflected a Bill Brauer shot past Bron-
co goalie Glenn Healy, but Dorion
refused to be upstaged. This time he
skated down the right side of the ice and
rifled a shot that beat Chiamp high on
the glove side to give Western a 4-1
lead. The goal occured so fast that, for
a moment, only the goal judge, Chiamp
and Dorion realized the puck had gone
in the net. The stunned crowd sat in
silence.
Michigan's Doug May pulled the cur-
tain on Dorion for a while when he
plowed over the Bronco rightwinger
near center ice in the second period.
Dorion sat out several shifts, but when
he returned to the ice he promptly got a
breakaway. Chiamp grabbed the
spotlight though, and came up with the
save.

CHIAMP WAS not so fortunate,
however, when Dorian squirted through
the Michigan defense and picked up the
hat trick with 13 seconds left in the con-
test.
Western's other goals came from Lance
Johnston on a perfect pass from Dorion,
and from freshman Kevin Donoghue,
the first of his collegiate career.
"Our team speed paid off," Bronco

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coach Bill Wilkinson said. "Dorion was
also fantastic again. I really think he
deserves All-America honors even as a a
sophomore. He's the best forward I've
seen in the country."
The loss dropped Michigan's league
record to 9-11. Western stands at 8-11-1.
It was also the first time the Wolverines
have been swept in a weekend series
since mid-November when Michigan
Tech pulled the trick.

Westernized

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. WMU-Ryan (Dorion, Thrun) 13:02; 2.
WMU-Burnie (Gagne, Dorion) 15:21; 3. WMU-
Dorion (Pesetti. Orhn) 18:57.
Penalties: M-May (roughing) 3:12; WMU-Dorion
(roughing) 3:12; WMU--Cuihane(interference) 7:09;
M-McCrimmon (elbowing) 15:12; WMU-Crossman
(slashing) 16:56.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Bjorkman (Braver, May) 1:33; 2.
WMU-Dorion (Gagne, Culhane) 2:38; 3.
WMU-Donoghue (Grillo, Fletcher) 11:51.
Penalties: M-May (tripping) 3:32;
WMU-Crossman (hooking) 8:33; WMU-Crossman
(elbowing) 13:53; M-May (elbowing) 18:36;
WMU-Burnie (slashing) 20:00; M-Chiamp
(slashing) 20:00.

THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 6. WMU-Johnston (Dorion, Gagne) :20;
7. WMU-Dorion (Thrun, Culhane) 19:47.
Penalties: WMU- Donoghue(cross-checking) 2:31;
WMU-Ohrn (holding) 7;21; M-Mann (slashing and
roughing) 10:55; WMU-Ohrn (slashing and
roughing) 10:55; M-May (slashing) 11:23;
M-DeMartino (roughing) 14;28; WMU-Crossman
(roughing) 14:28.
SCORING BY PERIODS

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WMU .........................3 2
MICHIGAN..................... 0 1

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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Sophomore defenseman Bill Brauer takes a shot on goal during last night's
game against Western Michigan. The Broncos triumphed, 7-1.

Michigan rises at relays

By CHRISTOPHER GERBASI
The weather outside was frightful,.
but the Michigan performances inside
were delightful as the Wolverine run-
riers provided some heat at the
,richigan relays last night. No team
Scores were kept in the 13-team meet at
the Tract and Tennis Buildings.
Michigan .did well in both distance
races and the sprints, an area coach
Jack Harvey thought would be weak
this season.
IN TJHE60yard dash,.theWolverines
claimed the second, third, and fourth
spots. Steve Johnson ran a 6.4 for
second place, followed by Derek Har-
per and Thomas Wilcher. Wilcher had a
plight calf pull and was held out of the

high hurdles..
"The sprints were impressive," said
Harvey. "Johnson really helped us out.
Also, we qualified well in the hurdles
but didn't do well in thefinals." Derek
Stinson finished fourth in the 60-yard
high hurdles. Michigan was as im-
pressive in the distance races as it was
in the sprints. Dave Meyer made his
move midway through the two-mile run
and held on to first place in 8:53.94.
Teammate Chris Brewster finished
second in theevent.
M1~ichigan's distance medley relay
team of Bob Boynton, Todd Steverson,
Dan Smith, and Ron Simpson, also
raced to first place in 9:56.59. "Our
medley team ran well, but we didn't

have any competition so we couldn't get
a fast time," said Harvey.
THE WOLVERINE thinclads also
came through in the field events. For
the second consecutive weekend, Scott
Ericksson and Johnny Nielsen heaved
their way to the two top positions in the
shot put. Unlike last week, though,
Ericksson finished first with a toss
of 59'21/2". Neilsen's distance was 57'1".
The NCAA qualifying distance is 60
feet.
Vince Bean and Derek Harper
finished one-two in the long jump. Bean
appearing in his first meet of the year,
jumped 24'6". Harper leaped 24'1".

Daily Photo by DOUG-MCMAHON
Michigan's Steve Johnson (center) sprints against two competitors in the 60-yard dash preliminaries of the Michigan
Relays yesterday in the Track and Tennis Building.

M grapplers sizzle
hapless Ilitni 29-9

BIG TEN R 0 UND UP:

By STEVE HUNTER
Yesterday's cold weather failed to
1 off the Michigan wrestling team -
md so did the fighting Illini. Illinois
Iidn't score a team point until the fifth
natch of the night and lost to the
Wolverines, 29-9.
Michigan garnered twelve easy poin-
:s to start the match when William
Waters (118 pounds) gained a forfeit
md Joe McFarland (126 pounds) was
liven a six point injury decision over
[llinois' Chris Davis.
MIKE DerGarbedian kept Illinois
ff the scoreboard by dominating the
[llini's Todd Coons at 134 pounds by
ihooting takedowns and letting his op-
)onent up over and over. This strategy
gave Michigan four team points for a
najor decision. Bill Goodill followed at
42 with a decision, giving the
olverines a commanding 19-0 lead.
Vichigan's first loss followed when
BriAn Flack (150 pounds) battled
linois' David Baird to 4-4 tie, but lost
riding time.
The Wolverines came right back,
owever, with a major decision by
ophomore Steve Richards over the
;Mini's Kevin Stephenson.Richards,
who dominated nearly the entire mat-
ch, :said Stephenson "caught me off
guard in the beginning. (But) once I got

on top I was riding for the pin. When
there was 30 seconds left and I was
leading by seven, I wanted to get the ex-
tra point for the major (decision)."
That's exactly what he did, winning
14-5, and Michigan followed up with two
regular decisions by Kevin Hill (167)
and Bill Elbin (177).
THE BIGGEST disappointment for
the Wolverines came in the two top
weight classes when Kirk Trost lost to
Chris Llewelyn at 190 pounds and Rob
Rechsteiner dropped one to Illinois'
heavyweight Steve Nelson.
Michigan head coach Dale Bahr
summed up the match by saying
"Overall, we were a much stronger
team" but added he "was a little disap-
pointed in our last two matches. I think
both of them were over confident. Steve
Richards wrestled at 158 pounds for the
first time and did a good job, though."
The Wolverines expect tougher going
today when they face Purdue at Crisler
Arena. Match time is 2:00 p.m.
Tankers orerpower Oakland
Oakland University, last year's
Division II national swimming champs,
was no match for the Michigan men
yesterday, as the Wolverines trounced
the Pioneers, 80-32. The victory left
Michigan with a 3-0 record.
Wolverine, freshman Dave Kerska

Buckeyes spike Spartans, 82-68

Richards
... wins major decision

EAST LANSING (AP)-Senior for-
ward Tony Campbell pumped in 25
points to lead Ohio State to an easy 82-68,
victory over Michigan State last night.
The Buckeyes lifted their record to 9-
6 overall, 2-3 in the Big Ten. The Spar-
tans, who :lost their fifth consecutive
conference game, fell to 7-8 and 1-5.
The Buckeyes scored six straight
points and played sparkling defense en
route to a 28-22 halftime edge.
Michigan State, ranked last in the Big
Ten in defense against field goals, then
allowed the Buckeyes several easy
jumpers to start the second half as Ohio
State built a 23-point lead.
Iowa 75, Wisconsin 62
IOWA CITY (AP) - Greg Stokes
scored 23 points to lead Iowa to a 75-62
Big Ten Conference college basketball
victory over Wisconsin yesterday.
Struggling Iowa resorted to a new

starting lineup and withstood a furious
one-man Wisconsin rally in the second
half by Cory Blackwell.
THE HAWKEYES, now 9-6 overall
and 2-3 in the Big Ten,' benefited from a
speedier offensive lineup that included
point guard Todd Berkenpas and 7-0
post Brad Lohaus. The new strategy
worked as Lohaus connected for a
career high 17 points while Berkenpas
played a near flawless floor game.
Iowa enjoyed a 35-25 halftime cushion
and built its lead to as high as 16, 43-27
in the first four minutes of the second
half. But Blackwell came back in'the
last 12 minutes to single-handedly take
charge, outscoring Iowa 14-8 with 3:14
left to play.
The Hawkeyes turned the momentum
in their favor on a three-point play by
Stokes with 2:54 left, then got a pair of
free throws from Lohaus to build a 66-54
advantage with 1:30 to play.
1:30 to play.

Northwestern 52,
Minnesota 50
EVANSTON (UPI) - Paul Schultz and
Shawn Watts converted free throws in
overtime to lift Northwestern to a 52-50
victory over Minnesota last night,
snapping the Wildcats' three-game
losing streak.
Schultz, who scored 15, made one of
two free throws with 3:15 left in over-
time to give Northwestern a 49-48 lead it
never relinquished.

was a double winner, taking the 100-
yard freestyle and setting the year's top
Big Ten time for the 50-yard freestyle
with a 21:02.
THE MICHIGAN divers also
dominated, taking the top three spots
on the one meter board. Bruce Kimball
took top honors with a score of 333.60,
while Kent Ferguson and Mike Gruber
took second and third, respectively, to
shut out the Oakland divers.
Junior Mark Noetzel took the 200-
yard freestyle with a 1:42.85. Kristan
Vandersluis also scored in the 200,
taking third. The 400-yard freestyle
relay team won in style with a 3:05.21,
second best in the Big Ten this year.

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