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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, January 28, 1984
Michigan St. pounds pitiful icers,

12-1

By TIM MAKINEN
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING - Like a bad
hangover, the Michigan hockey team's
contest against arch-rival Michigan
State last night couldn't end quick
enough for the Blue. The Wolverines
had to be sickened by their performan-
ce as they suffered a 12-1 pounding from
the Spartans at Munn Ice Arena.
It was the second straight game in
which Michigan has been routed having
lost to Western Michigan last weekend,
7-1, and the third consecutive defeat for
Michigan. For the Spartans, the victory
avenged a 5-3 setback at the hand of the
Wolverines earlier in the season.
MICHIGAN put on one of the more
anemic displays of hockey in recent
memory. Under close supervision from
the sellout crowd of 6,571, the
Wolverines allowed six goals in the first
stanza alone. Four of those tallies came
in the first six-and-a-half minutes.
Michigan goalie. Mark Chimp star-
ted the game but was replaced by Jon
Elliot in the second period. To each
goalie's credit though, the Michigan
defense was ailing going into the con-
test and gave Chiamp and Elliot little.
support.
"The floodgates opened up and they
don't have much of a dam back there,"
said Spartan coach Ron Mason,
referring to the depleted Michigan

Blueliners. "And Michigan beat us here
last time, and that stayed with our
guys-"
AFTER THE first period Spartan
rampage, Michigan head coach John
Giordano may as well have confined his
players to bedrest. The Wolverines'
condition improved little as the game
went on.
By the third period, in fact, Michigan

'M'goalies helpless
against Spartan attack

had turned the penalty box into a make-
shift recovery ward as the Wolverines
took turns recuperating in the sinbin.

The rash of penalties was the only way
the frustrated Wolverines could get on
the score board with any regularity.
Center John Bjorkman tallied the
lone Michigan goal with help from
teammates Chris Seychel and Pat Goff.
THE CRAFTY SPARTAN forwards,
meanwhile, dissected the Blue defense
with ease all evening. Behind full length
rushes, picture-perfect set-ups, and
blazing shots, Michigan State injected
the puck into the Wolverine net at a
record clip. It was the most goals the
Michigan team has ever given up to the
Spartans.
Forwards Kelly Miller, Gord Flegel,
Mike Donnelly, and Jeff Parker paced
Michigan State with 2 goals apiece. The
Spartans wasted few shots, and demon-
strated a shooting accuracy that would
be rare at any level of hockey. They
converted six of 13 shots into goals in
the first period, three of 11 in the
second, and three of 13 in the final stan-
za.
"I'm a bit surprised that we did score
12 tonight," Mason said. "But with a
defense that's hurting like Michigan's,

the odds are you're going to get the
chances."
MICHIGAN STATE'S powerplay was
equally effective, notching five goals in
13 attempts. For added measure, the
Spartans tossed in a short-handed goal,
their 19th of the season. State has
scored at least one short-handed goal in
every one of its series this season.
"We aren't interested in rubbing it in
at all," said Mason. "It looked like
Michigan wanted to get something star-
ted in the third period tonight 1 was
Let's call
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. MSU-Miller (McFall) 2:35; 2.
MSU-Parker (Taylor, Donnelly) 4:03; 3.
MSU-Anastos (Simpson, Krencz) 4:47;n4.
MSU-Flegel (Taylor) 6:21; 1. M-Bjorkman
(Seychel, P. Goff) 8:01; 5. MSU-Brown (Essensa)
16:22; 6. MSU-Donnelly (Parker, Messier) 16:54.
Penalties: M-Dries (hooking) 1:11; M-DeMar-
tino (elbowing) 1:23; MSU-Messier (holding) 7:21;
MSU-McSween (interference) 13:43; M-Seychel
(hooking) 15:13.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 7. MSU-Beaty (Shibicky, Brown) 3:50;
8. MSU-Miller (unassisted) 17:12; 9. MSU-Don-
nelly (Parker, McSween) 18:42.-
Penalties: M-May (tripping) 6:19; M-DeMar-
tino (tripping) 10:04; MSU-Shibicky (high-sticking)
11:07; M-Stile (high-sticking) 11:07;
MSU-Shibicky (high-sticking) 14:58; M-Brauer
(holding) 14:58; MSU-Taylor (hooking) 16:17;
MSU-McFall (holding) 19:22.

disappointed that the play got chippy. It
may be an'indication of what's going to
happen (tonight)."
Michigan will get a chance to soothe
its bruised ego tonight, as it facesoff
against Michigan St ate again, this
time at Yost Ice Arena. The game
begins at 7:30 p.m.
Michigan's record now stands at 9-12
in the league and 12-16 overall.
In other CCHA action tonight, top-
ranked Bowling Green beat Ohio State
4-3, on Gino Caballini's goal in the last
minute of the overtime.
it a year
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 10. MSU-Simpson (Eisley, Miller) 6:23;
11. MSU-Parker (Donnelly, Messier) 11:41; 12.
MSU-Flegel (Beaty) 14:53.
Penalties: M-Brauer (hooking) 0:12; M-Mans
(holding) 2:49; M-Mans. (charging) 4:55;
MSU-Donnelly (roughing) 5:24; M-McCauley
(tripping) 5:54" MSU-Parker (high-sticking,
roughing) 7:08; MSU:Rizzo (roughing) 7:08; M.
Macnab (high-sticking, roughing) 7:08; M-Stles
(roughing) 7:08: MSU-McFall (roughing) 7:43;
M-Brauer (tripping) 9:30; M-Bjorkman (high
sticking) 14:48; M-Jones (elbowing) 16:42.
SAVES
1 23 T
MSU-Essensa...............12 5 5 22
M-Chliamp...................7 0 0 7
M-Elliott................... 0 8 10 18

SCORING BY PERIOD
x 2
Michigan State..............6 3
MICHIGAN ................. 1 0

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1

Miller and Parker
... open Spartan barrage

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Boilers s
By ROB POLLARD
Before last night's game against
Purdue at Crisler Arena the Michigan
women cagers hadn't won a Big Ten
contest since beating the Boilermakers
last February.
They still haven't. Purdue survived a
shakey first half then turned it on in the
second half and coasted to a 64-49 vic-
tory over the Wolverines
MICHIGAN JUMPED out to an early
8-5 lead behind the shooting of center
Diana Wiley. The Wolverines then
stretched the lead to 20-14 and it ap-
peared that the Maize and Blue might
snap their long Big Ten jinx.
But Boilermaker guard Brenda
Kelsay did her best to dismiss that
theory by leading Purdue on a 12-4 tear
that enabled it to take a two point lead
into the lockerroom at halftime. Kelsay
and backcourt mate Amy Porritt con-
trolled the tempo of the game for most
of the contest and all of the second half
when Purdue pulled away.
"I was pleased with our guards, they
took charge tonight and sometimes we
haven't been doing that well." said
Purdue coach Ruth Jones. Kelsay led
Purdue with 14 points, going eight for

team pa
eight from the chairty stripe. The
Boilermakers went to the foul line 32
times, converting 24, compared to
Michigan's five for seven from the line.
THE WOLVERINES began to come
alive in the opening minutes of the
second half. Sophomore center Amy
Rembisz got a couple of hoops and
Michigan was in the ballgame, trailing
31-30. But then the bottom fell out. In
fact, the top and middle fell out too.
Purdue outscored the Wolverines 27-6,
over the next ten minutes to take a com-
fortable 58-36 lead with a little more
than six minutes remaining. Freshman
forwards Kay Sharpe and Cathey Tyree'
keyed the spurt. Sharpe hit some clutch
buckets and converted a three point
play that gave the Boilermakers a ten
point lead. Tyree continually cleared
the boards, and her hustle at both ends
of the floor played a large part in Pur-
due's second half success.
After Sharpe's 'three-point play,,
Michigan went into a full court press in
an attempt to get back in the game.
Purdue handled the press with ease,
and its first Big Ten win was in the bag.
MICHIGAN was hurt by a lack of

st women
scoring from usually potent forward sc
Wendy Bradetich. Bradetich picked up ju
three fouls in the first four minutes of se
the game, and scored only four points in re
18 minutes of playing time.I
The Wolverines were led by le-
sophomore guard Orethia Lilly. Lilly fo

cage rs
ored 12 points on a variety of long
mpers. Diana Wiley chipped in with
ven points and a game high 12
bounds.
Michigan mentor Gloria Soluk was
ss than pleased with her club's per-
rmance. "We played very poorly
)night. There were no bright spots.
Ve're going to figure out what went
rong here if it takes us all night."
oluk spent most of the evening making
ibstitutions, trying to find a com-
ination that would gel.
JONES WAS empathetic with
[ichigan's problems. "In fairness to
ichigan, they have the worst budget
z the Big Ten. It takes money to win.
hey're not going to draw a (prize
ecruit) here until the word gets out that
iere's going to be money put into the
rogram.
"Everyone is saying 'What's the deal,
'hy doesn't she win?' well if they put
ioney into the program and she still
besn't win then they have a legitimate
ripe."
The thrifty Wolverines will try again
or their initial Big Ten win tomorrow
gainst Illinois at Crisler. Game time is
:00 p.m.

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Cager
Jokisel
denies
fu ture in
football

By PAUL HELGREN
special to the Daily
CHAMPAIGN - Forward Paul Jokisch denied a report that
said he will go out for spring football, but he did not ex-
plicitly rule out the possibility.
A story in Thursday's Detroit News said that Jokisch had
decided to go out for football in the spring, as well as continue
to play basketball.
"NO, THAT ISN'T true," Jokisch said after Thursday
night's game at Purdue. "I haven't thought about it really.
That's two months away. Right no I'm only thinking about
basketball."
Jokischplayed six minutes Thursday, his first game since
Michigan's Big Ten opener against Northwestern, January 5.
He has only made brief appearances in eight games this
season.
The 6-8, 230 sophomore played wide receiver for the state of
Michigan's 1980 Class 'A' high school football champion,
Birmingham Brother Rice and was heavily recruited for the
gridiron by many major schools, including Michigan.

Sims case continues
DETROIT (AP) - Running back Billy Sims testified
yesterday that he signed a contract with the Houston Gam-
blers of the United States Football League because he
believed that negotiations with his present team, the Detroit
Lions, had broken off.
Sims also said he would not have allowed his former agent,
Jerry -Argovitz:, to negotiate contracts for him had he known
that Argovitz had gotten- a $3,800 finders fee for investing
Sims' money. Argovitz is now co-owner and president of the
Gamblers.
SIMS SAID HE signed the Gamblers contract last July
because he was not aware until mid-November that the
National Football League Lions had made an offer.
"At the time I signed I was under the impression that the
Lions didn't want me," he said. "The negotiations had come
to a halt."
Sims signed with the Lions in late December after Argovitz
sold the Houston contract to another agent and because "I
didn't feel the Gamblers contract was valid," he said.

Daily Photo by DAVID FRANKEL
Michigan's Orethia Lilly drives past Purdue's Mona Clor for two of her team
high 12 points during last night's Big Ten contest. Purdue topped Michigan
64-49.
MWcFarland leads*
'M'grapplers past
overmatched Wildcats

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Special to the Daily
EVANSTON - The Michigan men's
wrestling team tamed the Wildcats at
Northwestern last night by a score of
26-12. The Wolverines are 6-6 overall,
with a 4-1 mark in theBig Ten.
Michigan freshman William Waters
continued his winning ways at 118 poun-
ds with a major decision over Chet
Stanley. Waters now boasts an im-
pressive 17-8 record. Joe McFarland
(126 pounds) followed Waters' lead with
a major decision over Wildcat Rich
Decatur. McFarland's record jumped
to 36-3 on the year.
THE , WILDCATS got on the
scoreboard when StE e Depito (134)
beat Mike DerGarabediani 6-3.
Michigan's Tony Latora (142) took a
decision over Matt Clarke. In the 150
pound division, Bill Goodill beat Wild-
cat Richard Townsell 7-3.
Steve Richards (158) was the next
Wolverine to help the cause by pinning
Wildcat Don Brown at 4:32. Mike Fian-
daca (167) then beat Michigan's Kevin
Hill, 7-5. Dave Tomek took a 3-1
decision over Michigan's Bill Elbin,
and Regis Durhin het Wn1verine Kirk

co-captain Christy Schwartz, the
Michigan's women's gymnastics team
came up short against Ohio State,
179.45-167.9, last night in Columbus.
Considering that the Buckeyes are
the Big Ten defending champions, the
Wolverines did not fare too badly. Kathy
Beckwith put in a good performance for
Michigan, which saw its record fall to 6-
2, jumping to a 9.0 on vault for second,
and capturing fourth on both bars and
beam.
Lacking all-arounder Schwartz, the
Wolverines substituted freshman Heidi
Cohen who competed as an all-arounder
for the first time.
Horn excels in loss to OSU

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Special to the Daily
Michigan's Merrick Horn won the all-
around competition but it was not
enough as the Wolverines' men's gym-
nastics team lost to a powerful Ohio
State club last night in Columbus..
Horn's all-around score of 55.115 nip-
ped OSU's Steve Bradley (55.05) for fir-
s+ nliand as e hiohpct cr+.nrp of the

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