Michigan vs. Wisconsin
Friday, Oct. 19, 7:00 p.m.
Women's Field Hockey
Michigan vs. Notre Dame
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 4:00 p.m.
The Michigan Daily
Sunday, October 14, 1984
ICERS' MARK EVENT AT 1-1
Blue slips; Miami skates to 4-3 win
By ADAM MARTIN
Special to the Daily
OXFORD, Ohio-Friday night, Miami
head coach Steve Cady said the
Wolverines outworked his club. Last
night, Cady's Redskins did a little hard
labor of their own and nipped Michigan,
443 in front of a packed house at Goggin
Wolverene helmsman Red Berenson
was the first to admit that Miami s
stepped-up hockey beat his club, and
was disappointed with a less-than spec-
cular Michigan effort.
"MIAMI PLAYED AT a much better
.level," said the former St. Louis Blues
coach, "and we didn't play as well as I
would have liked."
What Berenson didn't like was a con-
test plagued by a myriad of penalties,
which interrupted any Wolverine
"The hockey was quite chippy
onight," Berenson added, "Miami
ame out with high sticks and our guys
That response took the form of 10
minor penalties, two of which induced
MIAMI'S FIRST tally, however, came
when it was shorthanded. The Redskins
jumped out to a 1-0 lead early in the fir-
st period after Mike Macoun was called
for cross-checking at 4:38, giving
Michigan a man advantage.
Although shorthanded, Miami left
wing Paul Beirnes grabbed the puck at
his own blue line, raced through center
ice and beat Michigan senior
goalkeeper Jon Elliott with a snapshot
to the top left corner.
In the final three minutes, the
Wolverines picked up the pace -- and
their hitting - and pulled even at one
when left wing Chris Seychel took a
Bruce Macnab centering pass and flip-
ped it past Miami goaltender Brent
Smith, who never saw the puck.
OBVIOUSLY deciding that the
checking game would prevail, both
teams started the second period hitting
anything that moved.
"We were playing quite a bit har-
der," said Miami's Cady. "There was a
big difference from last night in our
playing the body, and taking the checks
when they were there."
Still, the added pressure gave neither
team any advantage. At 0:37,
Michigan's Dan Goff snapped the puck
past Smith's right side for a Wolverine
lead. But one minute later, Miami
evened the score after John Ciotti
knocked in a Mike Martinec shot off the
THE REDSKINS took a 3-2 advan-
tage at 10:50 of the period on their first
'Scoring: 1. Miami-Beirnes (Moore, Martinec)
5:23; f. M-Seychel (McNab, Downing).
Penalties: Miami Nacoun (cross-checking) 4:38;
Miami-Chermak (hooking) 8:44; M-Jones (hooking)
10:33; M-Kobylarz (high-sticking) 14:14; M-Norton
Scoring: 2. M-Goff (Brauer) 0:37; 2. Miami-Ciotti
(Martinec, Cozzi) 1:30; 3. Miami-Ciotti (Tesdale)
Penalties: Miami-Ciotti (hooking) 6:30; Miami-
Nacoun (roughing) 6:30; M-Hudas (roughing) 6:30;
M-Hudas (hooking) 9:50; M_
Brauer (roughing) 11:46; Miami-Nacoun (tripping)
16:43; Miami-Orn (slashing) 16:56; M-McCaughey
power play goal of the season. And 37
seconds into the third period. Miami
handed Michigan an unenviable two-
goal deficit on another power play
goal. Martinec drilled a slapshot from
the right point off Elliott's right pad and
Todd Channell pumped in Miami's four-
th goal of the night.
Scoring: 4. Miami-Channel (Martinec, Cozzi)
0:37; 3. M-Kobylarz (D. Goff, Spring) 6:20.
Penalties: M-Norton (high sticking) 2:46; Miami-
Lees (high sticking) 2:46; M-McCaughey (roughing)
7:05; Miami-Beirness (roughing) 7:06; Miami-
Martinec (roughing) 11:00; Miami-Chernak
(slashing) 11:00; M-Norton (roughing) 11:00; M-Stiles
(slashing) 11:00; M-Hudas (roughing) 0:00; Miami-
Dean (roughing) 0:00.
M-Elliott 28; Miami-Smith 41
SCORING BY PERIOD
MICHIGAN . .....................1 *1
Miami (Ohio).................1 2
Elliott and Kobylarz
... excel in losing effort
BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
4:5Ohio St. outlasts Illini 45-38
COLUMBUS (AP) - Tailback Keith
Byars' fifth touchdown of the game, a 3-
yard sweep with 36 seconds left last
night, gave eighth-ranked Ohio State a
45-38 victory over Illinois, a Big Ten
game in which the Buckeyes trailed by
Byars, scoring at least two touch-
downs in his 12th straight game, broke
two-time Heisman Trophy winner Ar-
chie Griffin's school record with 274
rushing yards. Griffin had run for 246
yards against Iowa in 1973.
BYARS NOW has 464 yards rushing
in his last two games and 1,076 for the
Byars, who has scored 16 touchdowns
in Ohio State's 5-1 season, matched
another school mark with his 30 points.
Pete Johnson first - scored that total
against North Carolina in 1975.
The victory moved Ohio State into a
share of the Big Ten lead at 3-1 with
Michigan and Iowa. Illinois fell to 4-3
overall and 3-2 in the conference.
Minnesota 17, Wisconsin 14
MADISON (AP)-Chip Lohmiller
kicked a 26-yard field goal with 6:26 to
play and quarterback Rickey Foggie
ran for 153 yards as Minnesota posted a
17-14 victory over Wisconsin yesterday.
Foggie's second long touchdown run,
a 43-yard scamper with 5:58 left in the
third quarter, tied the game at 14-14.
WISCONSIN, 3-3 overall and 1-3 in the
Big Ten, drove 90 yards on its next
possession. But Minnesota 3-3, 2-2 stop-
ped the Badgers on fourth down, one
s half inch short of a first down at the
Gophers' 2-yard line.
After Minnesota punted, Wisconsin's
Thad McFadden fumbled the return at
his own 32-yard line. Minnesota
recovered, and Lohmiller booted his
game-winner eight plays later. quarterback Chuck Long bombarded Smith, who had caught only one
The Badgers were unable to move 14th-ranked Purdue for ' 369 passing touchdown pass going into the game
close enough to attempt a tying field yards and four touchdowns yesterday, got two more in the third quarter on
goal as time expired. including first-half scoring passes of 51 scoring receptions of 31 and 38 yards.
yards to Robert Smith and 56 yards to Iowa's victory knocked Purdu
Michigan State 13, Scott Helverson, leading the Hawkeyes out of sole possession of first place in
Indiana 6 to an easy 40-3 victory. the conference
EAST LANSING (AP)-Tailback
Carl Butler scored on a 61-yard run and
quarter back Dave Yarema hit Bobby 7,
Morse on a 4-yard pass, both in the four- A
th quarter, as Michigan State beat
winless Indiana 13-6 yesterday. -
The defeat was the 11th straight for NOW
the Hoosiers going back to last season *
and tied a school record set in 1973-74. * 1 hANNIVERSARY
The loss lowered their record to 0-6 h t' F
overall and 0-4 in the conference. -i ,g
Michigan State's second consecutive
victory raised its season record to 3-3. N
The Spartans are 2-2 in the Big Ten.
Michigan State tied the game early in "". C9x
the fourth quarter via a 76-yard, 14-play "
drive that followed the second field goal W1
of the game for Indiana's Mark Rogers.
STAR TING AT 8 P.M., OCTOBER 15, 16, 17'
Iowa 40, Purdue 3
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) - Iowa - -
Illinois receiver Cap Boso grimaces as two Ohio State defenders swarm over
him following a pass reception. The Buckeyes pulled out a last second win
over the Fighting Illini yesterday, 45-38.
Morris pitching lead
Tigers over Padres
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wide to first on a Whitaker grounder in
the Tigers' initial at-bat. Two innings
jater, Trammell ripped his second shot,
again into the left field stands, to close
out the Detroit scoring for the day.
DETROIT had an opportunity for
more runs when the dynamic duo of
Whitaker and Trammell led off the fifth
inning with a double and single, respec-
tively. But Padre reliever Dave
Dravecky squashed the rally by fan-
ning Kirk Gibson, getting Lance
parrish to bounce out to third base, and
then striking out Darrell Evans.
San Diego added a run in the final in-
ning as Steve Garvey took home a wild
pitch from Morris. The well-behaved
crowd chanted "Who cares?" and then
erupted as Gibson gloved a Kennedy
liner for the final out.
San Diego now has the unenviable
task of having to win three straight
from the Tigers. "We've done it once
this year - we've won three in a row,"
said Padre manager Dick Williams.
"Maybe we can do it again."
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