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Dugout Club Banquet
Tuesday Night
Plymouth Marriott Inn


Dekers Club
"Blue Line" luncheon
noon, Saturday
Bimbo's Casa di Roma


'The Michigan Daily
The talented, experienced an
-one ranked Bowling Green
lived up to their billing last
Yost Arena. They frustra
Michigan squad continually a
ds of the ice on their way to an
T'he difference in the game w
ter of execution as the two tean
an equal amount of shots on
Bowling Green put the puck
almost every opportunity it h
keeping the Wolverines' red

Saturday, January 7, 1984

Page 9

1 Bowling'reen thrashes icers, 8-2

d number
night at
ated the
t both en-
easy, 8-2,
as a mat-
ms got off
goal. But
in the net
had while
light dim

until the game was well in hand.
"OUR PLAY today was indicative
how we've been playing," said Falcon
coach Jerry York. "We're a real tough
team to beat when we play like we
Michigan became the 20th team this
season to get a first-hand look at how
good Bowling Green can be. The
Falcons almost methodically coasted to
a 7-0 lead after two periods on their way
to their 17th straight victory.
"We didn't get good goaltending in
the first period," said Wolverine coach
John Giordano. "We had good goal

scoring chances the whole game, but
we didn't get any breaks."
MICHIGAN starting goalie Mark
Chiamp was not up to his usual stan-
dard of play last night. He surrendered
goals on three long shots in the first
period and was replaced by junior Join
Elliott early in the second stanza.
Dan Kane, a second team all-
conference selection last season, got
the scoring started with only 1:06 gone
in the game as he slapped the puck over
Chiamp's shoulder from -the left face-
off circle on a two-on-one break.

The Falcons' second goal came from
almost the exact same spot late in the
period off the stick of senior center
John Samanski. Just two minutes later
with the Wolverines' Brad Jones in the
penalty box, BG defenseman Mike
Pikul fired the puck between Chiamp's
pads from the right point.
of getting back into the game were
dashed early in the second period. The
Falcons' Peter Wilson fired home a shot
off a pass from Kane behind the net and
less than a minute later Pikul greeted
the newly-inserted Elliott by placing
the puck into the net from a short angle
to make it 5-0.
At 9:41 of the period, Samanski drew
Elliott out of the net and then passed to
an open Dave Randerson who fired it
into an empty net. Then with only 16
seconds left in the stanza, Kane scored
his second goal of the game and 13th of
the season after getting the rebound off
the goal post. It gave Bowling Green a
seven-goal lead despite the Falcons
taking only one more shot than the
"We're an experienced team, we're
playing the game the way it should be
played now," said York. "We're not
fancy and we don't do anything
unusual. We just play the basics and we
do it well."
THE FALCON defense was
especially outstanding as league-
leading goalie Gary Kruzich, a fresh-
man, kept Michigan off the board until
13:51 of the final period when Todd
Carlile got his seventh goal of the
season by pokingin the rebound of a
Bruce MacNab shot.
Two minutes later, Ray Dries gave
the Wolverines some added momentum
heading into tonight's rematch by firing
the puck by backup goalie Eddie
Powers off a nice pass from Jim Mc-
"We ran out of gas a little at the end,''
said Giordano. "But I think we'll play
better tomorrow."

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Bowling Green goalie, Gary Kruzich, a freshman, shows his game-winning
form in the Falcon nets. The rookie notched 28 saves against the Wolverines.

Pikul-ed Wolverines

Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Michigan right-wing Paul Kobylarz tangles against the boards with Gino Cavallini of Bowling Green during last night's
8-2 loss to the powerful Falcons. The Wolverines will try to turn the tables against Bowling Green tomorrow night at 7:30

scoring: 1. BG-Kane (Roll) 1:06; 2. Samanski
(Cavallini, Ellett) 14:12; 3. Pikul (Cavallini, Kane)
Penalties: BG-Kruzich (slashing) 5:45; BG-Pikul
(hooking) 9:44; M-Jones (tripping) 14:38.
Scoring: BG-P. Wilson (Kane, Roll) 1:37; 5. BG-
Pikul (unassisted) 2:13; 6. BG-Randerson (Flichel,
Semanski) 9:41; 7. BG-Kane (W. Wilson, Roll)
Penalties: BG-P. Wilson (interference) 7:20;
M-Seychel (slashing) 11:07; BG-Ellett (roughing
after the whistle) 11:07.

Scoring: 8. BG-Samanski (Randerson, Pikul)
9:58; 1. M-Carlile (Macnab) 13:57; 2. ML-Dries
(McCauley, Seychel) 15:40.
Penalties: M-May (hooking) 6:19.
BG-Kurzich, Powers
M-Chiamp. Elliott




San Diego to make Goose
EW YORK (AP) - Free-agent Rich with any of the other clubs who had may not be doing too well now, but I
ssage reached an agreement in prin- been pursuing Rick," Kapstein said. want to be back by next Saturday, Jan.
le with the San Diego Padres yester- The contract with the Padres will be 14, against Minnesota."
and his agent said it could make for five years, fully guaranteed, with an Ex-Blue hurler may
n "the highest paid pitcher in the option for a sixth guaranteed year. leale Tribe
tory of baseball." MSU's Vincent out of lineup lere ribe
COnLfl. EVEI.AND (AP)-Pitcher Lary

The Padres called a news conference
to discuss their negotiations with
Gossage, who is leaving the New York
Yankees after pitching for six seasons
in the American League.
"EARLIER THIS morning, we met
with Ballard Smith, president of the
Padres," agent Jerry Kapstein said.
"During that meeting, both the Padres
and myself reached an agreement.
"I have notified the other clubs who
were pursuing Rick that as of this
moment, I have an agreement in prin-
ciple with Ballard Smith. Rick is still a
free agent until a contract is executed.
While Ballard and I are trying to
finalize the wording, I will not negotiate

EAST LANSING(AP)-Michigan State
junior guard Sam Vincent could miss
three games due to an ankle injury
received during the Spartans' victory
over Iowa earlier this week, the univer-
sity's sports information department
said yesterday.
The 6-foot-2 Vincent will miss today's
Big Ten home game against North-
western, and is questionable for next
week's road trip to Wisconsin and Min-
nesota, the department said.
"It's a lot worse than I thought it was
when it happened," Vincent said Thur-
sday. "To say I'll miss three games or
more is probably stretching it a bit. I

Sorensen says it's unlikely he'll return
to the Cleveland Indians this year,
although the right-hander isn't ruling
out anything just yet.

Olvmpic goalie back in NHL
nesota North Stars goalie Don Beaupre
will report to the club's Salt Lake City
farm team and goaltender Jim Craig
will join the National Hockey League
club in time for today's home game
against Vancouver.
Beaupre, 22, an WHL all-star as a
rookie in 1980-81, has appeared in just 15
games this season. Before Thursday
night's game at Calgary, he had started
two straight games, posting a 6-5 vic-
tory Monday over Chicago before Wed-
nesday's loss, in which he allowed five
goals in the first period. He was re aced
for the remainder of the game by Gilles
Yanks ink knuckler Niekro
NEW YORK (AP)-Knuckleball pit-
cher Phil Niekro, cut at the end of the
1983 season by the Atlanta Braves,
became the oldest active player ever to
wear a New York Yankees uniform
yesterday when he signed a two-year
contract with the team.
Niekro, who will be 45 a day before
the season opens, was introduced to
New York at a news conference and
said he would continue to pitch until
"somebody can take the job away from
Niekro, who had spent all of his 19
years in the major leagues with the
Braves, signed a contract believed to be
worth 1.4 million plus incentives. That
would take him through the 1985 season.
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Bowling Green ,.

Just when it seemed the Central Col-
legiate Hockey Association was finally
settling down, it changed again.
The CCHA is in only its third year un-
der the latest alignment of Midwestern.
college hockey teams, but Thursday the
Western Collegiate Hockey Association
announced that two CCHA teams,
Michigan Tech and Northern
Michigan, will defect to the WCHA next
That means that the CCHA will skate
with only nine teams in 1984-85, barring
any additional changes, down from the
12 it fielded only last season. Notre
Dame dropped varsity hockey before
this season.

THE WCHA will expand to eight
The CCHA has not yet released a
statement regarding the move by the
Huskies and Wildcats, who also have
not commented.
"It wasn't expected, but it really
comes as no surprise," said Jerry
York, codch of top-ranked Bowling
Green, following last night's victory
over Michigan.
"It seems (college) hockey in general
has been going through so many
changes. We're in a constant state of
flux. Next week it might change again,
so it's hard to react.
Michigan coach John Giordano
declined comment. "You'll have to ask
the boss (Don Canham)," he said.

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CCHA loses Tech
Northern toWCHA

...unhappy with Indian offer
Sorensen, who was 12-11 with a 4.24
earned run average for the Indians last
season, was picked by seven teams in
major league baseball's free-agent
draft after last season.
Indians' General Manager Phil Seghi
says he's offered a thfree-year contract
to Sorensen, although he won't discuss
any numbers.
"I would say it's fairly low," said
Sorensen, who with his incentive
bonuses made just over $400,000 pit-
ching for Cleveland in 1983. "It's less
than what other guys are getting on the
open market.
Stanley H. Kaplan
The Smart

AP Photo
The newest New York Yankee, 44-year old Phil Niekro, shows his form at a
press conference yesterday. The knuckleball pitcher becomes the oldest
player ever to wear the pinstripes.

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