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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 12, 1984 - Page 11
Hawks' late scoring

Look mom,
no arms !
No, this isn't Michigan's first ar-
miess player. It's freshman tackle
Joe Herrick, stretching out before
the Indiana game in Bloomington.
Michigan won that contest, 14-6.
Herrick and his Wolverine team-
mates host Northwestern in the 1984
Homecoming game this Saturday. /
Michigan is 3-2. The Wildcats are 1-
5 /
Doily Photo by
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scored one goal and added
to help the Black Hawks to
the Detroit Red Wings last
National Hockey League
'both teams.
The Black Hawks enter
period leading 4-2 and qui
5-2 when Darryl Sutter sco
footer at 1:04.
THE WINGS bounced t
goal of their own to make
John Barrett drilled a 30
Chicago goalie Murray Ba
2:52 of the period.
Rookie Ed Olczyk, a C
native, scored his first Nati
League goal at 11:57 of the
to make it 6-3.
Steve Ludzik closed out ti
THE BLACK Hawks gotr
first; at 16:23 of the first
Fraser blasted the puck fr
feet out right into the pad
goalie Greg Stefan. The
rebounded right to Murra

Wings, 7-3
roy Murray into an open net.
d two assists Steve Larmer made it 2-0 Chicago
a 7-3 rout of two minutes and 14 seconds later when
night in the he also scored into an open net. This
opener for time Larmer took a picture perfect
cross-ice pass from Keith Brown and
ed the third drilled in a 10-footer for his first goal of
ckly made it the year.
)red on a,15- Detroit's Reed Larson cut the Black
Hawk. lead to 2-1 when he scored on a
back with a rebound of a Kelly Kisio shot at 2:44 of
it 5-3 when the second period. The Red Wings tied
-footer past it at 2-2 when Ron Duguay scored his
annerman at first goal on a power play at 7:08 of the
middle period.
'hicago-area The Black Hawks, though, regained
onal Hockey their two-goal lead before the second
third period period ended with a pair of goals just'
fourteeq seconds apart.

le scoring at
on the board
period Curt
om about 20
Is of Detroit
puck then
y, who fired

Chicago 7, Detroit 3
Rangers 4, Hartford 4
Boston 4, Pittsburgh 3
Buffalo 4, Montreal
Toronto 1, Minnesota 0
Philadelphia 2, Washington 2

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After five weeks of existence it is
time to examine the worth of the
Weekly Daily Line. This week the foot-
ball writers received their fikst coin-
plaint about the Line.
Interestingly, the criticism came
from a former Daily sports editor who.
thinks the Line is too self-serving.
"That guy's a geek," replied current
sports editor Mike McGraw upon
Wearing of the criticism.
The simple fact is, the Line has
become the latest campus craze. The

sports editors have been swamped with
requests from all corners of the cam-
pus. Professors, administrators,
athletes and student leaders have been
pleading to be featured as our Special
This week's guest star is the
charismatic Antoine Joubert, a
sophomore, on the basketball team.
Joubert came to Michigan as one of the
hottest recruits in the country. In 1982-
83 he won Mr. Basketball honors as a
result of his dominating play at South-

western High in Detroit.
As a freshman last season, the 6-5,
195-pound Joubert averaged nine points,
three assists and two rebounds per
game. In the NIT he averaged 13 points
a contest as the Wolverines went on to
capture the title.
Last week's special guest, Red
Berenson, went 6-4 in what proved to be
a tough week. Berenson coaches his fir-
st Wolverine game tonight against
Miami of Ohio in Oxford.


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Northwestern at MICHIGAN . MICHIGAN
Illinois at Ohio St. .. . .Ohio St.
Iowa at Purdue. . .............Iowa
Minnesota at Wisconsin ... ...Wisconsin.
Indiana at Michigan St. .......MltMhigan St.
Oklahoma at Texas ...... .....Texas
Penn St. at Alabama .......-..Alabania
Vanderbilt at LSU ............. LU
Auburn at Florida St. .........Florida St.
Washington at Stanford ..... Washington

Ohio St.
Michigan St.
Penn St.
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Let's face it. Not everybody plays
Griddes; this week it looks like even
fewer may play. The reason? You
guessed it - the Tigers are in the World
Series. Seems that homework isn't the
only thing that the October Classic has
caused people to forgo. Many regular
griddes' will probably blow us off and
riot turn in their picks to the Daily (420
We here at the Daily are getting in on
the World Seriessact also. Number 19 of
this week's picks involves the mighty
Tigers and the lowly Padres. If that
isn't enough incentive to get you to turn
in your picks, consider that the winnner
gets a free, small, one-item pizza from
Pizza Bob's. Picks must be turned in by
nidnight tonight.
P.S. A lot of traditional players are
@eferring to this week's picks as "Shid-

Two Packers accused of rape

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de Picks" becapse they include a
baseball game. Tough luck.
1. Northwestern at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Illinois at Ohio State
3. Iowa at Purdue
4. Indiana at Michigan St.
5. Minnesota at Wisconsin
6. Oklahoma at Texas
7. Washington at Stanford
8. Temple at Boston College
9. SMU at Baylor
10. Penn St. at Alabama
11. Georgia Tech at Virginia
12. Missouri at Nebraska
13. Vanderbilt at Louisiana St.
14. Air Force at Notre Dame,
15. Washington St. at UCLA
16. Auburn at Florida St.
17. Mississippi at Georgia
18. Kansas at Oklahoma St.
19. Padres at Tigers (game 4)
20. Chicago Cuds at Daily Libels

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Prosecutors
pressed an investigation yesterday in the
case of a tavern dancer who told police
she was raped by two Green Bay Pac-
kers football players.
However, no charges had been filed,
and one investigator said a decision on
possible action might be delayed until
MILWAUKEE Police Vice Squad
Capt. Richard Heder said the district
attorney's office will review the case
today. He said a first-degree sexual

assault investigation was under way,
and that two police investigators were
sent to Green Bay Wednesday to inter-
view the two players.
"We still don't know what we have,"
Heder said of the allegations.
No names were released.
An 18-year-old dancer told police that
the two players assaulted her Tuesday
night in a dressing room at a
Milwaukee tavern where she worked.
She also said that the players forced her
to perform oral sex on one of them,
police said.

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