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Men's Basketball vs.
Yugoslavia National team
Thursday, 7:30
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Wrestling
Wolverine Open
Today, 9:00 a.m.
Crisler Arena

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,the Michigan Daily

Sunday, November 11, 1984

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By CHRIS GERBASI
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING-The arena was dif-
ferent, the uniforms were different, but
Michigan still could not hide the fact
a that it was a less talented hockey team
than Michigan State last night.
The Wolverines fared no better on the
road than at home Friday night, drop-
ping an 8-2 decision before a full house
of 6,053 at Munn Arena.
THERE WERE fewer mistakes and
fewer penalties for both teams but the
result was the same for Michigan, its
fifth straight loss. The Wolverines
didn't pass well, they were outskated
and once again the power play was
nonexistent. Michigan is now 4-6
overall, while MSU is 8-2.
Only the goaltending of senior Jon
Elliott kept Michigan in the game

through the first two periods. The Spar-
tans then exploded for five goals in the
third to turn a 3-1 lead into a rout.
However, it was Spartan goalie Bob
Essensa who was tested early as the
Wolverines came out fired up for the
first period. Just 72 seconds into the
game, freshman Brad McCaughey took
a pass from Brad Jones, skated in over
the blue line, and blistered a shot past
Essensafor his fourth goal of the year.
MICHIGAN STATE answered
quickly though, on a goal by Tom
Anastos at 5:48 and never looked back.
Center Bill Shibicky notched a goal late
in the period to give the Spartans a lead
they would not relinquish.
The Wolverines squandered five
power-play opportunities on the night
and 14 in the two-game series.
"The power play and penalty-killing

is still haunting us," said Michigan
head coach Red Berenson. "Penalties
are costing us an average of two goals
per game."
THE SECOND period was played
almost entirely in the Michigan defen-
sive zone, but the Spartans could only
put one shot past Elliott, that coming
from a point shot by defenseman Gary
Haight at the 2:37 mark. The Spartans
continued to hound the Michigan
defense, peppering Elliott with 11 shots,
but he was equal to the task.
In the third period, however, Elliott
finally collapsed behind a defense
which had constant problems getting
the puck out of its own zone.
Before the crowd had returned to
their seats, the Spartans had popped in
two goals in the first fifty seconds of the
period. The goals came only 16 seconds

apart.
LYLE PHAIR knocked in a rebound
off a shot by Anastos to give MSU a 4-1

lead and, before his line left the ice,
Phair helped set up a goal by center
Craig Simpson.
From that point on, the game became
target practice for the Spartans and
they hit as often as they missed.
Defenseman Dan McFall scored from
the left point at 6:27 and then junior
Mike Donnelly scored two goals in a
span of 1:29 to complete the blowout.
Sandwiched between the goals by Mc-
Fall and Donnelly was Paul Kobelartz's
third goal of the year for Michigan.

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frustratio
two minor
cluding or
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its aggres
weekend a
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we have 1
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top teams
continue t

8-2
Wolverines took out their
ns in the final period, starting
brawls with the Spartans in-
ne which will cost McCaughey
ne suspension.
on hopes his team will channel
ssion in a positive way next
at Chicago.
t think we're playing the way
to play to beat anybody," he
d Michigan State is one of the
s in the country. We have to
o work hard."

State of shock

Donnelly
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By ADAM OCHLIS
In the words of singer Kenny Loggins, "This is it!" This is
the year that Dale Bahr and his Michigan wrestling team
make an impression on the rest of the nation by proving
themselves to be one of the top wrestling schools in the coun-
try.
The season officially begins today with the Wolverine
Open, but already the team has been recognized as a good
one, when it was selected to represent the Midwest at last
weekend's Hall of Fame Classic in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
There, Michigan was outclassed by teams from Oklahoma
and Oklahoma State, two schools that finished second and
fourth in the nation, respectively, last season.
AS BAHR says, "We're obviously not one of the best four
teams in the country (Iowa and Iowa State being the other
two), but a top ten finish nationally is our goal, as well as
placing second int the Big Ten." This is a big step fora team
that has not finished any better than fourth in the Big Ten
since 1977.
This year's team is led again by senior All-American cap-
tain Joe McFarland. McFarland won a Big Ten title and
placed second in the NCAA's last year. Bahr refers to Mc-
Farland as "one of the most outstanding wrestlers in the
nation who also gives us great leadership."
McFarland has achieved all of his success while wrestling
at 126 pounds, but this year he is being moved up in class to
134. This might explain why McFarland lost both of his mat-

ches last weekend in Oklahoma.
THE REASON Bahr is moving McFarland up is freshman
John Fisher. Fisher, who attended Flint Northern High
School, was undefeated as a senior. Bahr cannot resist put-
ting Fisher into the lineup immediately. "He's a strong,
quick, aggressive kid who hates to lose and who can only get
better," says Bahr. Fisher was named Michigan's outstan-
ding wrestler by the Hall of Fame Classic's referees despite
losing both his matches.
Bahr believes that it is important to have a good wrestler at
.the end of the lineup, and thus has moved senior Kirk Trost
up from 190 pounds to heavy weight. Trost, who placed third
in the Big Ten championships last year, will replace Rob
Rechsteiner who was lost to graduation. Bahr feels that Trost
makes a better heavyweight because "he won't have to
worryabout making weight like he did when he was a 190
pounder."
Other Wolverine wrestlers who will play major roles this
year include sophomore William Waters (118 pounds), who is
coming off a fine 18-14 first year, Rickey Moore (142), Tony
Latora (150), and Steve Richards* (158). Kevin Hill will be
Michigan's 167 pound wrestler. He was the only wrestler to go
undefeated at Oklahoma last week as he won and tied in his
two matches. Scott Rechsteiner (170), brother of Mike, and
Bill Elbin (190) will join Trost in making up Michigan's
heavier weight classes.

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-McCaughey (Jones) 1:12; 1. MSU-
Anastos (McFall) 5:48; 2. MSU-Shibicky (Beck)
15:41.
Penalties: M-Lorden (holding) 8:08; M-Carlile
(high sticking) 11:46; M-Norton (slashing) 13:40;
MSU-McFall (hooking) 16:48.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 3. MSU-Haight (unassisted) 2:37.
Penalties: M-Carlile (hooking) 8:30; MSU-Tilley
(high sticking) 12:29; M-Norton (hooking) 17:52.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 4. MSU-Phair (Anastos, Krentz) :34; 5.

MSU-Simpson (Anastos, Phair) :50; 6. MSU-M-
cFall (Shibicky) 6:27; 2. M-Kobylarz (Seychel,
Macnab) 7:15; 7. MSU-Donnelly (Flegal) 8:25; 8.
MSU-Donnelly (Flegal, Tilley) 11:56.
Penalties: M-Norton (delay of game) :00;
MSU-Haight (roughing) 2:17; MSU-Messier
(roughing) 9:54; M-Lorden (roughing) 9:54;
M-Neff(high sticking) 9:54; M-McCaughey (high
sticking) 14:31; M-McCaughey (game misconduct)
14:31; MSU-Shibicky (high sticking) 14:31;
MSU-Shibicky (crosschecking) 14:31; MSU-Kelly
Miller (game misconduct) 14:31.
SAVES
M-Elliott 25
MSU-Essensa 17
SCORING BY PERIOD

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Michigan State .................... 2 1

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'MSU shocks Hawkeyes,

17-16

MASS MEETING & SLIDE SHOW
THURS., NOV. 5I
AUDITORIUM D ANGELL HALL

for more information
PROF. WALTER CLARK
Dept. of English
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IOWA CITY (AP) - Injured Iowa
quarterback Chuck Long led the
Hawkeyes on a second half rally again-
9t Michigan State, but fell inches short
of the winning points as the Spartans
defeated 18th-ranked Iowa 17-16 yester-
day.
The loss knocks Iowa from the Big
Ten lead and, unless Michigan upsets
Ohio State next week, the Buckeyes will
Harriers take
third In districts
Special to the Daily
CHAMPAIGN - Maybe men's cross
country coach Ron Warhurst is a
prophet.
After all, he'd been reeling all week
about how Wisconsin would "bounce
back" from its disappointing finish at
the Big Ten finals and romp all the way
to the NCAA finals.
The Badgers, indeed, with three of
the top finishers, crushed the field of 29.
Warhurst, who kept emphasizing that
his team needed only to finish in the top
four, got his wish with a third-place
finish, losing out on second to Illinois.
Notre Dame claimed the final spot.
Michigan's highest finisher was Bill
Brady, who landed in tenth place. Chris
Brewster and Dave Meyer also finished
in the top 20, ending up 12th and 16th,
respectively.
The harriers now head east to Penn
State University for the NCAA finals
Saturday. Warhurst has his team at full
speed for the finals. "We get stronger
and stronger each week . . . Anything
can happen there," he said.

represent the conference in the Rose
Bowl.
Long, who injured a knee last week
against Wisconsin, came off the bench
in the second half to spark what had
been a lethargic first-half offense.
Wisconsin 30, Purdue 13
MADISON (AP) - Mike Howard
passed for 282 yards and three touch-
downs and Marck Harrison added 225
yards rushing yesterday as Wisconsin
smashed Purdue's Rose Bowl hopes
with a 30-13 victory.
Because Iowa was upset 17-16 Satur-
day by Michigan State, a victory would
have put Purdue into the Big Ten lead
with one game remaining.
But the career-high performance of
Howard and Harrison paced Wiscon-

sin, 6-3-1 overall and 4-3-1 in the con-
ference, to a 17-0 lead.
The Boilermakers, 6-4 and 5-3, closed
to within 17-13 with 11:56 left in the
game on Jim Everett's 42-yard touch-
down pass to Bruce King.
Ohio State 52,
Northwestern 3
EVANSTON (AP) - Keith Byars
rushed for 151 yards and two touch-
downs and Mike Tomczak hurled two
touchdown passes yesterday leading
Ohio State to a 52-3 victory over North-
western and into sole possession of first
place in the Big Ten Conference.
Byars, who carried 27 times, scored
both of his touchdowns in the third
quarter on runs of 7 and 5 yards after
Tomczak had thrown touchdown passes

of 31 and 29 yards to Cris Carter in the
first half when the Buckeyes rolled to a
21-3 lead.

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