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Womens Basketball
vs. Illinois
today, 2:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Mens Swimming vs. Iowa
Feb. 3,7:30 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool

The Michigan Daily Sunday, January 29, 1984 Page7

'u' ice
By KATIE BLACKWELL
What a difference twenty-four hours
and a home ice advantage can make.
True, the Michigan hockey team lost
9,3-1 brawl to Michigan State last night
in Yost Arena, but it was a vastly im-
proved team from the one that faced the
12-1 decimation at the hands of the
Spartans Friday night at MSU.
FRIDAY NIGHT'S loss was a hear-
tbreaker in itself, but it also saw the
Wolverine defense cut down a little
more. Senior defenseman, John
DeMartino, suffered a knee injury and
is out indefinitely, pending a Monday
examination.
With only two "regular" defensemen,
Pat Goff and Bill Brauer, Michigan got
out to a commanding start, keeping
Michigan St'ate in check with all-out
physical play. At 9:44 into the segment,
coptain Jim McCauley drew blood with.
the game's first tally.
;Wolverine center Ray Dries grabbed
the puck at the Spartan blue, line, even

rs improve,
with the Michigan State defenders. man advantage for four minute
Dries skated at MSU goalie Norm the goal, but failed to capitaliz
Foster, but dumped the disc to leading Cauley, playing defense, thre"
scorer McCauley who shoved it in from with two sizzling slap shots fr(
the 'left side, past Foster's glove. It corner, only to be turned aw
seemed that the Wolverines were on the Foster, who ended the night u
right track. saves.
JUNIOR GOALTENDER Mark WITH THE Spartans back a
Chiamp put on a great show for strength, MSU's freshman defen
Michigan, sending stick, glove and legs Don McSween reeled-off a po
flying as he stopped a barrage of Spar- slapshot that Chiamp knocked
tan shots ending the first period with but Miller was right there to s
Michigan's lead intact and the sea of rebound in from the left, and the
green-clad fans temporarily humbled. tans added some insurance, 2-1.
Chiamp opened the second stanza Late in the third period, Spartr
with the same flawless moves until a wing Lyle Phair took the puck
rebound shot found its way through the Foster and carried it down ti
posts at 9:44. A sharp slap shot by blasting a 20-footer that blE
Michigan State's Kelly Miller bounced Chiamp. The Wolverines pulled C
off Chiamp's pads, right into the path of in favor of another potential
center Gord Flegel. Flegel danced scorer, but the effort fell short a
around the sprawling goalie and Spartans nabbed the victory, 3-1.
carefully poked the tying goal in the "Tonight they (Michigan) pla
right corner. a team," said MSU head coact
THE WOLVERINES enjoyed a two- Mason, "and did everything they

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but fall to
r do to try and win the hockey game. I
- gotta think the goaltending and our
defense made the biggest difference."
e .TWENTY-nine penalties and about as
many fights broke up the action in
4 Michigan's fourth straight loss. At one
point, two officials piled on Michigan's
- Kelly McCrimmon and MSU's Dan
n McFall trying to break-up the captains
l wrestling on the ice.
The loss puts Michigan at 12-17 for the
e year and hanging onto eighth place in
- the CCHA. The Wolverines have
managed only three goals in their last
- three games.
n
P Punched out
-
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-McCauley (Dries, McIntyre) 9:44.
S Penalties: M-Brauer (tripping) 1:31; M-Jones
n (high sticking) 3:57; MSU-Beck (high sticking)
p 3:57; M-McIntyre (high sticking) 4:28; MSU-Riz-
zo (high sticking) 4:28; M-P. Goff (hooking) 10:09;
M-Br er (interference) 10:47; MSU-Phair (high
sticking) 10:47; M-Mans (cross checking) 14:47;
MSU-Miller (cross checking) 14:47.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: MSU-Flegel (Miller, Simpson) 9:44; 2.
MSU-Miller (Mcsween, Flegel) 16:19.
Penalties: MSU-McSween (hooking) :54; M-Jones
(hooking) 5:32; M-Kobylarz (roughing) 8:13; MSU-
Beaty (hooking) 13:03; MSU-Anastos (slashing)
13:30; M-McCrimmon (high sticking) 15:22; M-Dries
(high sticking) 18:48; MSU-Beaty (tripping) 18:48.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 3. MSU-Phair 15:29.
Penalties: M-Goff (hooking) 3:18; MSU-Rizzo
(interference) 8:35; M-Dries (hooking) 9:16;
M-Seychel (high sticking) 12:06; MSU-Brown
(high sticking) 12:06; M-served by May (delay)
12:06; MSU-served by Beaty (delay) 12:06; M-M-
cCrimmon (roughing) 18:39; MSU-McFall Michigan cent(
(roughing) 18:39. Fall to Jim Mc
SAVES

MSU, 3-1

v

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
er Ray Dries centers the puck past MSU defenseman Dan Mc-
Cauley. Dries received an assist on the play.

1 2
MSU-Foster.................7 11
M - Chiamp .................. 8 14
SCORING BY PERIOD
1 2
Michigan State ................ 0 2
MICHIGAN.................1 0

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Schroeder sets mark
as 'M' tracksters
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Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Sophomore left wing Chris Seychel slaps the puck past MSU's Craig Simpson in last night's action at Yost Arena.

Number two DePaul stuns UCLA

LOS ANGELES (AP)-Tyrone Cor-
bin scored 18 points and Kevin Holmes
added 17 as No. 2 ranked DePaul
blasted UCLA 84-68 in a non-conference
basketball game yesterday at Pauley
Pavilion.
Corbin and Holmes led a second-half
onslaught that saw a tight 56-48 game
turn into a blowout.
THE BLUE DEMONS improved their
record to 16-0 and the Bruins fell to 12-4.
With the score 61-52, DePaul went on
a 15-4 blitz to take a 20-point lead, its
biggest lead of the game.
The Blu6 Demons held a tight 38-34
lead at halftime before their team
speed and rebounding strength took
control of the contest.
KENNY FIELDS has 16 points for
15th-ranked UCLA, but only two in the
second half. Ralph Jackson added 12
points.
DePaul guard Kenny Patterson had
14 points and Tony Jackson 11 off the
bench for the Blue Demons.
DePaul's victory broke a two-game
UCLA winning streak. It was only the
18th loss at Pauley Pavilion for the
Bruins, with present coach Larry Far-
mer suffering five of those losses.
Notre Dame 52, Manand 47
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP)-Tom
Sluby's three point play with 18 seconds
left helped boost Notre Dame to a 52-47
upset victory over fifth-ranked
} Maryland yesterday in non-conference
college basketball.
The victory was the sixth straight
victory for the Fighting Irish, now 13-5.
Maryland dropped to 13-3.
SLUBY SCORED A game high 19
points, including five in the last two
minutes of the game.
Both teams swapped the lead seven
times in the second half, with the score
see-sawing by a point or two until Sluby
put the Irish ahead 45-44 at 1:48.
Maryland's Len Bias tied the game
on a free throw at 1:14.

The Irish went into a delaying game,
passing the ball back and forth until
Sluby spotted an opening and drove in
for a layup with 19 seconds to go to put
the Irish ahead for good, 47-45.
North Carolina 73, Georgia
Tech 61
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP)-Michael
Jordan, on repeated trips to the foul
line, led top-ranked North Carolina to a
73-61 victory over a determined, but
outmanned Georgia Tech team yester-
day in Atlantic Coast Conference
basketball.
North Carolina led 46-43 with 8:36 left
when Jordan began his free throw
spree. He hit eight attempts in three
minutes to help the Tar Heels build a
seven-point lead-their largest of the
game to that point-with 5:55 left.
Jordan finished with 21 points after a
slow start.
The Tar Heels, now 16-0, used their
stall game to augment Jordan's free
throws and continued to build their lead
from the foul line. The 12-point margin
at the end of the game was the largest
lead North Carolina held during the af-
ternoon.
Wake Forest 84, Viginia 76
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP - Fresh-
man Mark Cline scored 20 points and
senior Delaney Rudd added 18 as No. 17
Wake Forest broke open a close game
in the second half and knocked off 19th
ranked Virginia 84-76 in Atlantic Coast
Conference basketball yesterday.
Cline hit a free throw with 16:06 left to
break a 45-45 tie. He was shooting for
guard Danny Young, who was fouled by
Othell Wilson and removed from the
game. Kenny Green, who added 16
points, hit a jumper and Anthony
Teachey threw in a short jumper to give
Wake Forest a 50-45 edge with 14:20
remaining.
Rick Carlisle's jumper from the top
of the key pulled the Cavaliers to within

50-47 at the 14:04 mark, but the Demon
Deacons outscored Virginia 11-2 in the
next five minutes to wrap up the vic-
tory.

Wilson led Virginia with 18 points.
Carlisle had 14, Jim Miller added 12 and
Kenton Edelin finished with 10 before
fouling out.

Special to the Daily
WINDSOR, Ontario - Sue Schroeder
set a Michigan and Can-Am In-
vitational record in the 1500-meter run
yesterday with a time of 4:25.8. Jen-
nifer Rioux and Kelli Bert of Michigan
followed Schroeder, placing third and
fourth respectively.
The women's track team performed
well in Windsor, where a total of 20
teams gathered for the yearly event.
ANGIE HATNER won the high jump
with a leap of 5'9" and Dawn Rich
placed second at 5'7".
Michigan relay teams also sparkled,
winning the 200-, 400- and 800-meter
relays. The 800-meter relay teaml set a
Michigan and meet record with a time
of 9:00.73. Schroeder was the anchor of
the 800-meter team.
Melody Middleton finished third in
the 60-meter high hurdles with a time of
9:20. While Joyce Wilson and Martha
Grey tied for third place in the 600-
meter run with a time of 1:35.
Women tankers drown
Special to the Daily
BLOOMINGTON, -Despite a notable
performance by senior Sue Cahill, the
women's swim team surfaced on the
short end of a dual meet with Indiana
yesterday. Cahill took victories in the
200-meter butterfly, -breast stroke, and
-individual medley in the 65-75 defeat.
Freshman Jane Esseltyn was also a
bright spot for Michigan, taking firsts
in the 100- and 200-meter backstrokes.
The Wolverines were winners in the 400-
meter free style relay. This was the fir-
st time the Cahill anchored squad has

won this event. Mary Fischbach, a first
year diver, won both diving events for
Michigan.
The loss dropped the team's record to
2-5 in their second to last duel meet of
the season. The Wolverines face
Eastern Michigan on February 10th to
close out the regular season and then
travel to Wisconsin for the Big Ten
Championships on February 23rd.
Six Blue Winners at Western
Special to the Daily
KALAMAZOO - Six individual win-
ners highlighted the efforts of the
Michigan men's track team yesterday
at the Western Michigan Relays. No
team scores were kept.
Wolverine winners included Dave
Meyer in the 5000-meter run, Dave
Woolley in the pole vault, Todd Stever-
son in the 500-meter run, Scott Eriksson
in the shot put and Ron Simpson in the
one-mile invitational.

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candidates to serve in the Residence Halls as:

AP Photo
DePaul center Dallas Comegys (35) shoots over UCLA's Stuart Gray Satur-
day at Pauley Pavillion in Los Angeles. De Paul was victorious in the non-
conference game, 84-68.

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Resident Advisor
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Head Librarian
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Vikings'
Grant'

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Bud Grant,
the stone-faced coach who directed the
Minnesota Vikings to four Super Bowls
during his 17-year National Football
League career, has retired, the team
announced yesterday.
"I'm not burned out," said Grant, 56.
"I've enjoyed coaching so much that I

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Sunday, February 5, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, February 7, 9:00 - 11:00 p.m.

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