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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, January 8,'1984

Page 7

Icers s
By JOE EWING
David slew Goliath last night at Yost
Ice Arena.
The Michigan hockey team surprised
everybody by knocking off number-one
ranked Bowling Green, 6-5, when senior
co-captain Jim McCauley scored his
twelfth goal of the season at 5:18 in
overtime.
IT WAS ONLY the second time this
season the Falcons have lost.
Even more impressive though was
the fact the Wolverines twice came
back from two-goal deficits in the
second and third periods to pull off the
upset.
Sophomore defenseman Pat Goff had
scored for the Wolverines on a slapshot
from the left point at 15:35 of the third
period to tie things up and set the stage
for McCauley's overtime heroics.
BOWLING GREEN had roared out to
a two-goal lead early in the third period
on goals by George Roll and John
1Samanski, but the Wolverines cut the
Jead to 5-4 on a tally by Bruce Macnab
from Paul Kobylarz and John DeMar-
tino

tun tof
Michigan came back from a similar1
fate earlier in the game. Down, 3-1, late
in the second period, Macnab skated in
on the left side and dished off a perfect
pass to Tom Stiles, who gunned the;
puck past Falcon goalie Gary Kruzich;
at 17:13. Todd Carlile than rifled a slap-
shot off the post at 3:03 of the third
period and John Bjorkman was there to
ram the rebound home, knotting the1
game at three.
Samanski got things going for
Bowling Green midway through the fir-
st period-when he grabbed a rebound off
a Gino Cavallini shot and gunned the
puck high into the net over Michigan
goalie Mark Chiamp for the only score.
of the period.
BOTH TEAMS, however, had plenty
of chances to score in the first stanza,
but the play of Chiamp and Kruzich
kept the score at 1-0. Chiamp shut out
both Samanski and Dan Kane when'
they broke in alone, while Kruzich
stopped Michigan's Macnab on a
breakaway.
Doug May tied things up at one apiece
at 7:02 of the second period when he

-ranked BG

beat Kruzich high after linemates
Bjorkman and Dan Goff banged shots
off the Bowling Green netminder.
Bowling Green came storming back
and regained the lead as Wayne Wilson

for the third time on the night. In all,
Chiamp turned away 30 of 35 Falcon
shots in the first two periods and made
46 saves on the evening, including six
big saves in the extra stanza.

and Nick Bandescu tallied 15 seconds The victory ups the Wolverines' Cen-
apart at 14:10 and 14:25. tral Collegiate Hockey Association
DESPITE ALL the goals, both net- record to 8-8 (11-12 overall) and keeps
minders played superbly in the second them in a fifth place tie with Michigan
period as Kruzich stopped Bjorkman on Tech, which beat Illinois-Chicago last
a break and Chiamp robbed Samanski night.
One-derful
FIRST PERIOD 2:34; BG--Roll (Ellett, Galley) 3:46; BG-Samanski
(Cavallini) 3:54; M- Macnab (Kobylarz. DeMartino)
Scoring: 1. BG-Samanski (Cavalini, Duncan)-C10:28; M 4P. Goff (Kobyiarz Brauer) 15:35.
11:22. -

Penalties: M- Kobylarz (high-sticking) 2 :47;
BG-Duncan (high-sticking) s:47; BG-Duncan
(tripping) 11:58.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: M-May (Goff, Bjorkman) 7:02;
BG-Ellet (O'Brien) 14:10; BG-Bandeseu (Galley,
Ellett) 14:25; M-Stiles (Macnab) 17:13.
Penalties: M-Carlile (roughing) 3:08;
BG-O'Brian) roughing) 3:08; BG-Ellett (hooking)
3:41; M-Carlile (hooking) 8:29; M-Bench (too
many men) 12:36; BG-Pikul (hooking) 13:09.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: M-Bjorkman (Carlile, D. Goff)

Penalties: M-Macnab :tripping) 3:03; BG-P.
Wilson (interference) 6:05; M-Dries (interference)
7:05; GB-Kruzich (slashing) 7:05; Galley (elbowing)
16:09.
OVERTIME
Scoring: M-McCauley (Dries, P. Goff) 5:18.
GOALIES
BG-Kruzich
M-Chiamp
SCORING BY PERIODS

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
star, gloves a shot as

1 2
Bowling Green ................ 1 2
MICHIGAN ................... 0 2

3
2
3

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Michigan goalie Mark Chiamp, the game's first
Bowling Green's Gino Cavallini waits for a rebound.

WORK OFF THOSE XMAS POUNDS
By Learning To
DANCE!DANCE!DANCE!
Presented as apart of the School of Music P.A.C. E. program
Taught by the staff of the University Dance Department

TAP DANCE:
BEGINNING BALLET:
INTE~V!EDIATE/
ADVANCED BALLET:
JAZZ DANCE:
MODERN DANCE:

Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Monday and Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Christopher Flynn, Instructor
Monday and Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.
Christopher Flynn, Instructor
Tuesday and Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Charles Gullo, Instructor
Tuesday and Thursday, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

WHERE?
WHEN?
COST?
REGISTER?
QUESTIONS?

University Dance Building (Central Campus Recreation Building)
12 WEEKS, Beginning the week of Jan. 16 (Jan. 16-April 13)
(No lessons during spring break-Feb. 20-24)
$6.00 per lesson, plus a $5.00 registration fee. Fees must be paid by Jan. 16.
At the Dance Building, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. through Jan. 16.
Call 763-5460

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Brad Jones of the Wolverines flips the puck over Bowling Green goalie Gary Kruzich in last night's thrilling victory at
Yost Ice Arena.

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:

West wins Hula Bowl, 23-16

DELIVERS

HONOLULU (AP) - Steve Young of Brigham Young
University passed for one touchdown and ran for another to
lead the West to a 21-16 victory over the East in the annual
Hula Bowl all-star college football game yesterday.
Jim Sandusky, a receiver from San Diego State, was
named the outstanding offensive player. He had seven pass
receptions for a total of 124 yards.
FREDDIE Gilbert, a defensive end from Georgia, was the
youtstanding defensive player as he was credited with six
tackles, including three which resulted in a loss of 21 yards.
The West scored just one minute, 10 seconds into the game.
Jeff Leiding of Texas recovered an East fumble on the East's
12-yard line on the third play from scrimmage. Two plays
later, Young hit Dave Lewis of California with a four-yard
'pass for the score.
Maulers den s signing Rozier
PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Pittsburgh Maulers denied
yesterday they have signed Heisman Trophy winner Mike
-Rozier to a multi-million dollar United States Football
League contract, but expressed optimism they will reach an
┬žagreement "sometime this week."
Rozier's agent, Los Angeles attorney Mike Trope, said the
:.Nebraska All-American running back is "close" to an
.:agreement with the USFL expansion franchise and that he is,
-"'cautiously optimistic" a deal will soon be reached.
"SOMETIMES THE little stumbling blocks are the killers,
but I'm cautiously optimistic that we can work something

out," Trope told The Pittsburgh Press.
Maulers President Paul Martha said he has gotten "the
distinct impression" that Rozier wants to play in the USFL
and won't wait until the National Football League draft on
May 1 to decide his football future.
"I think if things could be worked out, he'd enjoy playing in
Pittsburgh," said Martha.
"The kid really likes us. He's told us that. He likes the way
we presented our -offer," said Maulers General Manager
George Heddleston.
Trope said rumors that surfaced over the weekend that
Rozier has already signed with the Maulers apparently star-
ted when the team sent Rozier a photocopy of a check "to
show their sincerity," the agent said.
New York 140, Indiana 103
NEW YORK (AP) - Bernard King scored 21 points in New
York's 75-point first half and the Knicks went on to rout the
Indiana Pacers 140-103 in a National Basketball Association
game Saturday night.
In racing to a 75-50 halftime lead, the Knicks scored more
points than they had managed in any half this season, sur-
passing the previous high of 72 on Dec. 1 against Washington.
They also topped the previous single-game high of 127 points
on the same date.
King went on to lead New York in scoring with 29 points,
while Bill Cartwright had 21 and Ray Williams 20.

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