Athletes in Action
Feb. 10, 7:30 p.m.
vs. Michigan State
today, 2:00 p.m.
The Michigan Daily Sunday, February 5, 1984 page7
Icers, Lakers skate to 3-3 standstill
McCauley's goal ends
five-game losing streak
By MIKE McGRAW
Special to the Daily
SAULT STE. MARIE - The season is
still in limbo for the Michigan hockey
team as its showdown for the final Cen-
tral Collegiate Hockey Association
playoff spot with Lake Superior ended
in a 3-3 tie last night.
The Wolverines and Soo Lakers
remain tied for eighth place in the con-
ference at 9-14-1, but Michigan won the
season series between the schools 2-1-1
so if there is still a tie three weeks from
now the advantage will go to the Blue. A
Victory by either team would have put it
well into the driver's seat.
MICHIGAN survived a weak perfor-
mance overall and fatigue by its shor-
thanded defense to come back from a 3-
1 deficit to salvage the tie, its first in 10
overtime games this year.
"I think we're a little burned out,
especially on defense. We need a couple
of days off," said Wolverine coach John
Giordano. "I'll tell you, we've been
playing on emotion."
Senior co-captain Jim McCauley found
a loose puck all alone between the cir-
cles and beat Soo goalie Lawrence
Dyck with just over 11 minutes left to,
force the extra stanza.
IN THE overtime, Michigan had
several good chances early on, but
almost all of the last six minutes of the,
game were spent with Superior on the
offensive. The Lakers' best scoring
chance came about three minutes into
the period, but Allan Butler flipped a
backhander over an open net.
Almost all of the early action in the
game was in the Lake Superior end, but
Michigan wasn't able to follow up on
any of its chances. The Lakers,
however, capitalized eight minutes into
the game as sophomore Fred DeVuono
deflected Grant Clark's shot from the
right point past Wolverine goalie Mark
Two minutes later, Michigan tied it
up on Chris Seychel's 12th goal of the
season. The Allen Park native collected
a loose puck at the Superior blue line
and had his shot blocked by the Soo
defense, but he got the puck right back
and this time, put it under the screened
SUPERIOR REGAINED the lead,
though, before the period was over
when Monty Beauchamp caught a per-
fect pass from linemate Butler, skated
in behind the Wolverine defense and lif-
ted the puck over Chiamp's left
In the second period, Michigan
displayed some of its worst defensive
play this season, but a combination of
great saves by Chiamp and an inept
Laker offense kept the game close.
Chiamp stopped Lake Superior's
Mike Warus and Nick Bumbacco on
breakaways after Bumbacco had
earlier failed twice to score from close
range with an empty net in front of him.
TIDE LAKERS finally connected to up
their lead to 3-1, as Butler slid in a
rebound from the left side, after
Chiamp made a save on Paul Jerrard's
shot from the opposite point.
Two minutes later, the referees
disallowed a goal by Michigan's John
Bjorkman, saying that the puck went
into the net off his skate.
Late in the period, Lake Superior tur-
ned in a defensive blunder of its own to
undeservedly allow the Wolverines
back into the game. The Lakers had too
many men skating toward the Michigan
net and the Wolverines got a four-on-
one break the other way, with defen-
seman Bill Brauer firing in the puck off
a pass from Paul Kobylarz for his first
goal of the season.
Michigan played much better in the
third period, tying the game on Mc-
Cauley's goal which came after the
referee didn't call an apparent
roughing penalty on Seychel.
The, referee did, however, call the
Lakers' Warus off for slashing midway
through the period. The Lakers
managed a two-on-one break while
shorthanded, but Chiamp made a
tremendous save on Beauchamp to send
the game into overtime.
Skating in Soo and a 'tie.
Scoring: 1. LSSC - DeVuono (Clark, Cote) 8:46;
1. M-Seychel (McCauley, P. Goff) 10:47; 2. LSSC-
Beauchamp (Butler, Collar) 12:25.
Scoring: 3. LSSC - Butler (Jerrard, Beauchamp)
8:32; 2. M - Brauer (Kobylarz) 18:38.
Penalties: M - McCauley (high.ticking) 12:55:
LSSC - Collar (high-sticking) 12:55; M -May (high-
sticking) 14:19; LSSC - Martin (high-sticking)
14:19; LSSC - Dahquist (roughing) 16:15; M -
Stiles (roughing) 16:15.
Scoring: 3. M-McCauley (unassisted) 8:48.
Penalties: M-Bjorkman (slashing) :51; LSSC-
Wares (slashing) 10:16; M-McCauley (slashing)
12:52 M-McCauley (holding)-18:58; LSsC-Dixon
SCORING BY PERIOD
Lake Superior...............2 1
MICHIGAN .................. 1 1
... first goal of the season
Purdue stallball edges.
IOWA CITY (AP) - Curt Clawson
and Jim Rowinski scored key baskets
down the stretch and 16th-ranked Pur-
due, using a delay game for much of the
second half, held on to beat Iowa 48-46
in Big Ten Conference college basket-
Purdue, winning here for the first
time since 1977, sent its record to 15-4
overall and 8-1 in the Big Ten, assuring
the Boilermakers of remaining at least
tied for the conference lead. Iowa,
losing its fourth straight game, fell to 9-
10 and 2-7.
Iowa kept threatening, but Purdue
tresponded with critical baskets in
closing minutes and the .Hawkeyes
never got closer than the final margin.
Iowa made its final run after Steve
Reid hit one of two free throws for a 48-
44 Purdue lead with 29 seconds to go..
The Hawkeyes' Greg Stokes dropped in
a rebound shot with four seconds
remaining, but Iowa was unable to foul
on the inbounds pass and the Boiler-
makers ran out the clock.
Indiana 81, Wisconsin 67
MADISON, (AP) -- Marty Simmons
scored 30 points and Mike Giomi added
21, leading Indiana to an 81-67 Big Ten
basketball victory over Wisconsin
With Indiana leading 39-33 early in
the second half, Wisconsin missed three
opportunities to pull within four points.
Giomi then scored a layup and Sim-
mons hit two drives and a free throw to
stake the Hoosiers to a 46-33 lead.
Wisconsin was never able to get closer
than 10 points after that.
Indiana, which has won 21 of its last:
25 games against the Badgers, in-
cluding eight in a row, upped its record
to 14-5 overall and 7-2 in the Big Ten.
Wisconsin, led by Rick Olson's 28 poin-
ts, is 7-11, and 3-6.
Illinois 71, Northwestern 52
EVANSTON (UPI) - George Mon-
tgomery scored 12 of his 16 points in the
first half td lead an Illinois scoring blitz
that carried the seventh-ranked Illini to
a 71-52 victory last night over North-
western, keeping Illinois tied for first in
the Big Ten conference.
The win, Illinois' eighth in nine
league games, gave the Illini their best
Big Ten start in 28 years and kept them
tied with Purdue atop the league. Nor-
thwestern, suffering its worst
homecourt loss in three years, fell to 2-7
in the league and 9-10 overall.
MONTGOMERY; who also grabbed
1 rebounds, scored six baskets in the
first half when the Illini exploded to a
39-17 lead at intermission. Illinois,
shooting 58 percent from the field,
dominated the backboards, scoring
most of their baskets underneath.
Quinn Richardson added 12 points for
Illinois, now 17-2, while the Wildcats
were paced by Art Aaron, who scored
16, and Andre Goode, who added 15.
Big Ten Standings
basketball game I've ever seen
Alabama play. It was a great effort," SC(
said Alabama coach Wimp Sanderson.
who credited the extra timeouts in the Colleg
televised game with helping his Dayton s, Vermont5a
exhausted team hold on to its lead. Mississippi 57, Tenness
De~au1 59St. ~~ Indiana St. 74, S. Illinois
DePaid 59, St. John's 57 'Dn aan59 St. John's 5'7
CHICAGO (AP) - Kenn Patterson's Nebraska 47,Kansas St
Purdue 48, Iowa 46
10-foot jump shot with three seconds Memphis St. 53, Alaban
remaining in overtime yesterday lifted Oklahoma 76, Missouri
undefeated and second-ranked DePaul Louisville 93, Lasalle
to a 59-57colg basketball vco Washington 89. UCLA s
college victory Wake Forest 76, Clems
over St. John's. Columbia 48, Dartmou
Patterson had put DePaul ahead 57-55 Cornell 62, Harvard 60
with a pair of clutch free throws with 17 Florida St. 78, So. Miss
seconds left, but Chris Mullin, who led
all scorers with 21 points, tied it for St. ful -service
John's on a pair of free throws with nine PHO TO
seconds to go. hr. servi
The victory was the 17th straight for 7,y -
the. Blue Demons, while the hard-luck eQualityL
Redmen fell to 12-7 and have now lost
six of their last seven games. A N D
Regulation play ended with the score MICHIGANUN
tied at 51-51 and St. John's playing for a
final shot, which the Redmen missed.
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Alabama 69, Kentucky 62
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -
Alabama, led by Buck Johnson's 18
points, pressed Kentucky into 23 tur-
novers and upset the third-ranked
basketball Wildcats 69-62 in college
"Alabama beat us with the press,"
Kentucky Coach Joe B. Hall said.
"They handled us well with the press,
and it certainly was the difference this
"I THINK this is the most intense
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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Louisville's Milt Wagner, splitting the LaSalle press, pushes the ball upcourt
en route to a 93-88 victory over LaSalle yesterday.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Tumblers topple Bowling Green
Special to the Daily
BOWLING GREEN - The Michigan
women's gymnastics team attained
new heights as it vaulted over Bowling
Green, 175.50-174.05, yesterday. It was
the highest score ever for the Michigan
Senior Kathy Beckwith paced the
Blue, and all competitors, capturing the
overall competiton with a score of 36.1.
Teammate Dayna Samuelson finished
just behind Beckwith at 35.1 for a third-
place finish. The two women tied for
first place in the bars and second place
in the vault.
BECKWITH ALSO captured the top
spot in the beam competition, and a
seond-nlae tie in the flnnr eyrcie
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team was punished by a top-twenty
team yesterday. The Minnesota
Gophers dropped only three of ten mat-
ches while defeating Michigan, 31-13,
and the Cyclones of Iowa State romped
to a 35-6 victory over the Wolverines on
In the Minnesota match Joe Mc-
Farland pinned Chris Terrell at 126-
poun'ts, Mike Dergarabedian
decisioned Scott Hannah at 134-pounds
and Kirk Trost decisioned Eric Lehrke
in the 190-pound class for Michigan's
Wrestling in Ames, Iowa last
Friday, Michigan managed to win only
one match against the Cyclones. Bill
sophomores, a junior and only two
seniors are listed as the combined star-
ting lineups for the game, which begins
at 2 p.m.
The Wolverines, who are 0-8 in Big
Ten games this season, will face Spar-
tan coach Karen Langeland's squad,
which has won its last three games and
its last two in the Big Ten. State (3-5 in
the Big Ten and 11-7 overall) turned
back Illinois and Purdue last weekend
and downed a strong Notre Dame team,
73-72, Friday night in East Lansing. All
three of those teams have beaten
Michigan this season.
LEADING THE Spartans' youth