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:The Michigan Daily
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Field Hockey
vs. Toledo
Tuesday, 3:30
Ferry Field

SPORTS

Football vs. Illinois
will NOT be televised,
game time moved back
to 1:00 p.m., Saturday

Saturday, October 27, 1984

Page 7

Icers down Falcons, 5-3

By MIKE REDSTONE
After coming into Ann Arbor last
weekend and seeingthis team lose twice
to the Wolverines, Ferris State hockey
coach Dick Bertrand said, "If Michigan
plays this way in this rink the rest of the
season, they'll be unbeatable."
Well, Michigan did not play the near
flawless hockey it did last weekend, but
the Wolverines did manage to remain
unbeaten at home (3-0) after a 5-3 win
against a physical Bowling Green club
last night at Yost Arena.
THE SEASON-high crowd of 3,178
was readying itself for overtime as the
score remained tied at three all, late in
the third period.
But the Wolverines, who outplayed
the Falcons most of the game, had to
wait until the last minute of play before
they took their first lead of the night
and eventually finished off the Falcons.
With just 48 seconds left in the game,
senior center Ray Dries missed on a
breakaway chance as the Wolverines
were putting on a rally. The puck
deflected .off of Falcon goalie Gary
Kruzich into the left corner where John

Bjorkman took the puck and fired it
back through the crease. Kruzich got a
pliece of the puck, but it deflected off of
Bowling Green defensemen Doug
Claggett and the far post on its way
over the goal line.
"THE PUCK popped loose at center
and we (Bjorkman and Dries) broke in
two on zero," said Bjorkman, recap-
pinig how the winning goal scored. "All
I saw was the puck hitting the far post
and going in. It was a great feelinig."
The Wolverines added an empty net
goal by Frank Downing at the 19:57
mark to insure the win.
Michigan set the tone of the aciton
early in the game as it pressured the
Falcons heavily while skating shor-
thanded in the first three minutes of
play. With Bruce Macnab sitting out a
crosschecking penalty, the Wolverines
had three shots against Bowling Green,
including one on a breakaway by Dries,
which Kruzich neatly saved in his pads.
BOWLING GREEN opened up a two-
goal lead early in the first period on
a power play goal by Paul Ysebeart and
a pretty two-on-one breakaway goal by

Mike Natyshak.
Michigan was frustrated by Kruzich
most of the period as he turned away all
but one of Michigan's 11 shots. Brad
Jones got the Wolverines on the
scoreboard at 12:29 when he found a
loose puck in front of the net and flipped
it past Kruzich for his sixth goal of the
season.
"Our goaltender played extremely
well," said Bowling Green coach Jerry
York. "He kept us alive early in the
third period but then (Michigan net-
minder Mark) Chiamp got tough too."
THE Wolverines kept the pressure on
Bowling Green in the second period as
they outshot the Falcons, 14-5 but could
only come up with one goal as Kruzich
stopped several Michigan scoring op-
portunities.
After Michigan failed to score on two
potent power play chances in the
period, Chris Seychel finally tallied at
11:38 to knot the score at two.
"We got some breaks, but you need a
little bit of luck in this game," said
Michigan coach Red Berenson. "We
have a better skill level than I an-

ticipated. We're putting points on the
board by working together well."
On a roll
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. BG-Ysebaert (Urban. Claccett) 7:46:
2. BG-Natyshak (Urban) 10:17; 1. M-Jones 12:29.
Penalties: M-Macnab (crosschecking) 0:28;
BG-McCollough (tripping) 3:02; M-Neff (inter-
ference) 7:30; BG-Natyshak (highsticking) 14:31;
BG-Ysebaert (highsticking) 17:27; M-Neff
(highsticking) 17:27.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. M-Seychei (Macnab) 111:38.
Penalties: M-Jones (roughing) 1:33; BG Wan-
sbrough (roughing) 1:33; M-Lockwood (interferen-
ce) 2:14, BG-McKee (highsticking) 6:19; BG-M-
cKee (checking fronh behind) 9:25; M-Lockwood
(roughing) 9:25; M-Seychel (interference) 12:08;
BG-Ysebaert (tripping) 17:31.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 3. BG-Wansbrough (Natyshak, Rander-
son) 11:12; 3. M-Carlile (Jones) 15:18: 4. M-B-
jorkman (Dries) 19:12; 5. M-Downing 19:57.
Penalties: BG-Paluch (holding) 5:43; M-B-
jorkman (crosschecking) 6:55; M-Carlile
(slashing) 8:53; BG-Wansbrough (slashing) 8:53;
M-Stiles (highsticking, roughing) 19:39: BG-M-
cKee (highsticking, roughing) 19:39.
Trudeau

am

Daily Photo by MATT PET RIE

Michigan's Dan Goff takes a spill on to the ice as Bowling Green's Mike Mc-
Cullough smashes into the boards during last night's game at Yost Ice
Arena.

Wolver
(continued from Page 1)
defense and not turn the ball over. We
need to get an offense that will move the
ball."
What Schembechler really needs
from his team is a showing like the
season debut. The Wolverines beat the
highly-touted Miami Hurricanes 22-14,
playing a great defensive game that
also saw a balanced offensive attack.
But more importantly, the Wolverines
collected eight turnovers, including six
interceptions,.
LIKE MIAMI'S Bernie Kosar,

ines' defensive
Trudeau could be ripe for Michigan's opponent passes and the
picking. The Wolverines' defense is highlights the list of leading tac
sure to be hungry for some sorely- "They have probably the bes
needed interceptions. Michigan has 12 dary in the league," said
steals this year. Defensive back Brad bechler. "They're mobilea
Cochran and linebacker Rodney Lyles linebackers move well."
lead the team with three interceptions THIS IS going to make life on1
apiece. difficult for Michigan's inexpe
Unfortunately for the Michigan of- quarterbacks. Rein and Chris Z
fense, the Illini have the secondary to also a sophomore, have thrown
match, if not exceed the Wolveirnes'. passes between them. What'sv
With the likes of Craig Swoope, Mike that they've completed only 23,
Heaven, John Ayres and David Edwar- and each has thrown three si
ds, the Illinois crew has hauled in, eight enemy hands.

qu
kl
st
Sc
an(

aim is true: stop
uartet With terrors like Heaven and Swoope be sure that Schembechler, being the
ers. roaming around in the outfield, don't wise veteran that he is, has devised a
secon- expect the Wolverine duo to attempt suitable attack against the Illini. It will
chem- improvement on their numbers. be conservative, but it will hopefully be
d the Schembechler will likely go with an un- one his helmsman can execute safely,
complicated, run-oriented offense, free of interceptions.

the field
erienced
urbrugg
m just 48
worse is
of them
hots into

relying on his bevy of talented backs.
"In this situation," said Schem-
bechler, "I don't think you can be too
complicated. You can't give them too
much."
Offensively, though things may look
dismal for the 4-3 Wolverines, you can

"We're not going to score 40 points
unless they help us out," Schembechler
summed up.
For Michigan's sake, hope that
Illinois can play like Miami did, and
that Trudeau can find some new targets
in the hands of the boys in blue.

Trudeau and Rein
... scheduled starters

Around the Big Ten

THE LINEUPS

Iowa at Indiana
2:40 p.m. EDT
This game is far and away the mismatch of the
week. While the Hoosiers have a decent passing at-
tack led by quarterback Steve Bradley, they are 0-7
and have yet to play the Big Four - Ohio State, Iowa,
Illinois, and Purdue.
Iowa has a solid program that boasts "returning
defensive players and a top caliber quarterback in
Chuck Long. Look for a repeat of last year's 49-3
blowout.

badgering the Buckeyes. Witness Wisconsin's 24-21
and 6-0 wins over OSU in 1981 and 1982.
Ohio State's massive tailback Keith Byars is
closing in on Archie Griffin's single-season Big Ten
rushing record. He and the rest of the Buckeyes won't
be denied as they begin to smell the roses. But
Wisconsin's D will make it a tight one.
Purdue at Northwestern
1:30 p.m. EDT
Bo-ring. Purdue has virtually dropped out of the
Big Ten race with successive losses to Iowa and
Illinois. The mild 'Cats have beaten Minnesota and
Indiana and have gotten crushed by everybody else.
The only excitement in Northwestern's homecoming.
will be freshman QB Mike Greenfield, who completed
27 of 40 passes for 262 yards last week against Min-
nesota.

Expect Purdue to let up a bit from their 1981
devastation of Northwestern's Homecoming in which M
they canned the 'Cats 35-0.
Michigan St.at Minnesota (95)
(79)
7:10p.m. EDT (77)
This is it, sports fans, the one real contest of the (59)
week. You heard it right, the Spartans and the (73)
Gophers. (72)
Minnesota, at 3-4, has improved vastly from last (25)
year when they went 1-10, 0-9 in the Big Ten. And the (24)
Gophers would have beaten Northwestern last week ( )

ichigan

Illinois

OFFENSE

Sim Nelson ........(230)
Clay Miller ......(258)
Bob Tabachino .... (263)
Art Balourdos......(225)
Doug James ......(267)
John Elliott........(280)
Vince Bean .......(190)
Steve Johnson .,... (172)
RussellRein ..... (190)

TE
LT
LG
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RG
RT
SE
FLK
TB
PK

(82) Cap Boso .........(235)
(76) Mark Dennis ...... (280)
(58) Rick Schulte ......*(200)
(86) BobHMiller ........<250)
(59) Chris Babyar ..... (250)
(71) Jinn Juriga ........ (240)
( 1) David Williams ...(195)
(85) Randy Grant ...... (170)
(1) Jack Trdeau. *. (190)
(42) Thomas Rooks.... (225)
(21) Rgy Wilson ....... (185)
( 8) Chris White ....... (175)

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Ohio State at Wisconsin
12:20 a.m. EDT
This one should be close. Wisconsin has the second-
best defense in the Big Ten and a recent history of

if freshman QB Rickey Foggie hadn't fumbled the
ball on the Northwestern three. Foggie is a wild man
who runs the option and averages 9.4 yards per
pass.
Around the Big Ten was compiled by Daily
sportswriter Jon Hartman.

(32) Eddie Garrett ..... (225)
(20) Rick Rogers ...... (216)
(19) Bob Bergeron ..... (160)

DEFENSE

Schmidt harriers key in Big Tens
By PHIL NUSSEL crown. NONE OF THE three claimed to be the men's and women's teams. She has
Not one, not two, but three members IT HAS BEEN a rough season for nervous about today's meet, although a week-to-week bet with Joe over which
the Schmidt family will represent the both the Schmidt brothers. Jim has bat- Jim and Cathy said Joe might be get- team will finish higher. Now the bet has
ichigan cross country teams today in tled strep throat and other ailments ting butterflies in his stomach. He grown to the point where the teams
e Big Ten cross country meets at since the season began. Joe started the disagreed, "I don't think I do (have but- themselves have a running bet.

of
Mi
the

(85) Jim Scareelli ..... (220)
(86) mike Hammerstein (239)
(52) Kevin Brooks ... ,V (245)
(80) Rodney Lyles .....(226)
(57) Tim Anderson .... (218)
(42) Mike Mallory .. ... (217)
(13) Garland Rivers ... (182)
( 5) Er kCampbell .... (163)
( 8) Doug Mallory .....(175)
(30) Brad Cochran ..... (219)
(43) Monte Robbins .... (195)

OLB
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LEB
ILB
LC
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(99) Alec Gibson .......f(270)
(95) Guy Teafatfller ... ( 250)
(34) Sato Ellsworth .... (23.5)
(94) Ron Bohm ..... 20
(98) Dave Aiua ........ (255)
(31) Bob Sebring ...... (235)
(38) Rob Glielmi .....(220)
(15) John Ayres .......(190)
(12) Craig Swoope .....(197)
(27) David Edwards ... (175)
( 9) Mike Heaven .... .(180)
(47) Chad Little ....... (180)

Purdue - all three will play important
roles in their teams' efforts.
Senior Jim Schmidt and sophomore
Joe Schmidt, although not the top run-
ners on the men's team, could be the
difference in the squad's quest for a
second place finish. Wisconsin, the
nation's top-ranked team, is picked to
win easily.
"SUCCESS THIS weekend depends
on these two guys," coach Ron Warhur-
st said.
He explained that his team needs
strong fourth and fifth men in the
lineup. He thinks the Schmidts could
fulfill this need.
The other Schmidt, Cathy, will be a
part of the "pack" onthe women's
team. All season long,. Sue Schroeder
has been the top finisher for Michigan.
It has been up to the rest of the team to
get the squad a high finish. Today will
be no exception. The team needs a good
performance from the "pack" in order
to finish in the top five.
"IT'S HARD to say (where we will
finish)," said women's coach Sue
Parks. "We're hoping to place in the top
five and if we do that, it will be a big
improvement over last year." Wiscon-
sin is also expected to take the women's

season quite well, but due to inex-
perience, has slumped in recent meets.

terflies). I have other things to worry
about, like a math midterm."
The three siblings, natives of Grosse
Point, Mi., all started running in high
school at Grosse Pointe North. Both
Jim and Joe, after outstanding prep
careers, wanted to go to Michigan
State, but came to Michigan because of
a shaky program in East Lansing.
Cathy came to Michigan after winning
four different NAIA national titles in
track at Saginaw.
The three live together in an apar-
tment and, unlike some siblings, get
along quite well. "We've only had one
night of fights," Cathy said. "They
ganged up on me."
JOE ADDED, "We get on each
other's case about grades, not so much
about running."
As far as sibling rivalry goes, most
of it seems to be among the guys. Jim
said, "It (the rivalry) keeps us going.
In one race, as soon as I pulled up to
him (Joe), he took off like a bat out of
hell."
Cathy gets into the rivalry between

EACH OF THE Schmidts has a dif-
ferent attitudes about running. Cathy
evaluated her brothers like this: "I
think Jim runs because he likes to. I
think Joe runs because he wants to win
and it's something he can be good at."
Jim described Cathy as a true com-
petitor, "You put her on a course and
she'll knock down anyone. She'll treat
her friends like enemies."
The Schmidt trio, especially Jim and
Cathy, admit to being a little
mischievous at times. "I'm the devil on
the team," Cathy said. "If there's
trouble, you know where it came
from."
Jim summed up their antics this way,
"We all seem to cause trouble at one
time or another."
Hopefully, the Schmidts will be
causing trouble for the opponents
today. Both Michigan teams would cer-
tainly enjoy that.

Today's game starts at 1:10 p.m. EDT and can be heard on
WAAM (1600 AM), WPAG (1450 AM), WWJ (950 AM), WUOM
(91.7 FM), and WJJX (650 AM). The game will not be televised.

BEFORE YOU GO TO THE POLLS
read
THE PRE-ELECTION SUPPLEMENT
in WEEKEND MAGAZINE
Friday, November 2
Your Complete Guide to the General Election Information

Jim Schmidt
... the senior Schmidt

Cathy, a junior who tranferred from
Saginaw Valley State last year, has had
a consistent season, finishing among the
top three on the team most of the
season.

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