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Women's Basketball
vs. Northern Michigan
November 24, 2 p.m.
Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Hockey
vs. Lake Superior
November 23, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, November 18, 1984

Page 9

t,

Icers burn by

Flames in OT,

7-6

By BARB MCQUADE
Special to the Daily
CHICAGO - All things come to those
who wait.
The Michigan hockey team outlasted
the University of Illinois at Chicago last
night, defeating the Flames in over-
time, 7-6 to snap a six-game losing
streak.
JOHN BJORKMAN slipped a shot
poast UIC goalie Dan Perillo at 7:02 of
the overtime pleriod to clinch the

win:
Brad Jones, the Maize 'n blue's
leading scorer, continued to provide the
offensive spark, registering a goal and
four assists. Freshman Brad Mc-
Caughey was also a catalyst, notching a
hat trick.
The Wolverines outshot their op-
ponent 42-27, despite the lackluster per-
formance by the special team, which
gave up three shorthanded goals to the
Flames.

McCaughey hat trick
fuels Blue blaze

said Michigan head coach Red Beren-
son. "We shouldn't have won in a 7-6
fashion. We were the much better team.
We gave up three shorthanded goals,
which you should never do."
Freshman Tim Makris put in a solid
night in goal for Michigan. In just his
second game, Makris made some im-
pressive saves, turning away 21 shots.
"We needed a win on the road, and he
got it for us," Berenson said. "You'll
see him again."

After Colin Chin appeared to seal the
victory for the Flames with five
minutes left in the game, McCaughey
tied it up at 6-6 at the 19:08 mark to send
it into sudden death. McCaughey took a
pass from Bill Brauer and fired -it
home.
Michigan appeared to be in charge
much of the game until 8:03 of the
second period when the power play
which has been questionable all season,
broke down. Ray Stazak scored on a
breakaway to score the first shorthan-
ded goal.

MICHIGAN DID, however, manage
to score on the power play, a rare
ocassion this season, when McCaughey
slapped in a shot from the slot at 17:15
of the second period.
After a physical game Friday night
both teams came out prepared to battle
- and battle they did, racking up a total
of 11 penalties in the first period. The
two teams fought it out all night, but it

was Michigan who drew first blood
scoring at 7:40 into the game on a Jeff
Norton slapshot from the slot.
Michigan appeared to be in control
early in the game staging an im-
pressive offensive performance. The
Wolverines forechecked aggressively,
then skated well, and passed sharply.
"I thought this game was the best
we've played in seven or eight games,"

Berenson burner

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Norton (Jones, Brauer) 7:40.
Penalties: UIC-Husgen (interference) 4:04;
M-Norton (interference) 5:24; M-Bjorkman
(double major, roughing) 7:31; UIC-Alexander
(roughing) 7:31; M-P. Goff (tripping) 8:08;
M-Baker (elbowing) 12:08; UIC-Almquist
(roughing) 12:18; M-Bjorkman (high sticking)
13:05; UIC-Cronin (roughing) 15:35; M-Seychel
(roughing) 18:53; UIC-Alexander (cross checking)
18:53.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. M-Jones (Norton, Seychel) 5:18;
UIC-Staszak (Mersh) 8:03; 2. UIC-Chin (Staszak,
Mersch) 15:45; 3. M-McCaughey (Seychel, Jones)
17:15; 4. M-Lockwood (Dries) 18:05; 3. UIC-Knut-
son (Almquist-Mersch) 18:46; 5. M-McCaughey
(Jones, Seychel) 18:52.
Penalties: UIC-Alexander (charging) 7:19;
UIC-Klenk (interference) 11:13; M-Norton (cross

checking, 10 minute misconduct) 11:32;
UIC-Staszak (holding) 12:24; M-Baker (roughing)
14:48; UIC-Cronin (roughing) 14:48; UIC-Alexan-
der (cross checking) 16:53.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 4. UIC-Stazak (Chin) 9:57; 5.
UIC-Rucinski (Chin, Armstrong) 14:30; 6. Chin
(Stazak, Alexander) 14:56; 6. McCaughey (Brauer,
Jones) 19:08.
Penalties: UIC-Armstrong (hooking) 8:53;
M-Neff (holding) 13:59; UIC-Armstrong (high
sticking) 14:30.
OVERTIME
Scoring: 7. M-Bjorkman (Downing, Norton) 7:02.
SAVES
M- Matris 21; UIC - Perillo 35

Markris and McCaughev
... play crucial roles in victory

MSU bowl'
EAST LANSING(AP)-Marck Harrison rushed fo
105 yards on 29 carries and one of the two touchdown
set up by the Wisconsin defense as the Badgers bea
Michigan State 20-10 in a Big Ten football game
yesterday.
Wisconsin finished the regular season with a 7-3
overall record, 5-3-1 in the conference, and appear
likely to receive a post-season bowl bid when in
vitations come out next week.
Scouts from the Cherry Bowl said in the press bo
that the Badgers are on the top of the list for the
Dec. 22 game in the Silverdome.
4Michigan State finished 6-5 overall, 5-4 in the bi
Ten.
Michigan State got a 24-yard touchdown run in th
first quarter from freshman Lorenzo White, but th
Badgers intercepted two Dave Yarema passes an
turned them both into second-quarter TDs.
Purdue 31, Indiana 24
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP)-Purdue spott

hopes Badgered,
r winless Indiana a 14-point lead in the first quarter breaking 32-yard field g
is yesterday, then buried the Hoosiers with Jim final period and sixth
at Everett's 265-yard passing attack and rolled to a 31-24 Nebraska an inch from
e Big Ten Conference victory in their final game of the goal line stand yesterdc
1984 college football season. over the No. 1 ranked1
-1 Purdue, still hoping for a post-season bowl in- Big Eight teams in the r
s vitation, finished at 6-3 in the conference and 7-4 The winners
n- overall, the first winning season in Leon Burtnett's Oklahoma and fourth-
three years as head coach. represent the confer(
x Indiana, 0-9 in the Big Ten and 0-11 overall under although a tie next wee
ir first-year coach Bill Mallory, stretched the nation's to back into a trip to Mia
longest major college losing streak to 16 games over Nary 38, South
g two seasons.
Everett, a junior quarterback who ranked fifth in ANNAPOLIS, Md. (A
e the nation in total offense, completed 16 of 29 passes, cown passes from qua
e ran one yard for a touchdown, passed 27 yards to Weiler and two short s(
id Steve Griffin for another score and set up for two other Smith, stunned No. 2 S
touchdown runs by Rodney Carter and Ray Wallace. football yesterday.
The Midshipmen, af
Oklahoma 17, Nebraska 7 lead, broke open the ga
ed LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Jim Lashar kicked a tie- they scored on three con

20-10
goal on the second play of the
h-ranked Oklahoma stopped
a touchdown with a brilliant
ay to preserve a 17-7 victory
Cornhuskers and keep three
unning for the Orange Bowl.
of next week's game between
ranked Oklahoma State will
ence in the Orange Bowl,
k would still enable Nebraska
ami.
Carolina 21
P) - Navy, behind two touch-
rterback Bob Misch to Chris
coring runs by halfback Mike
outh Carolina 38-21 in college
ter building a 14-7 halftime
.me in the third quarter when
nsecutive possessions.

Diving for pavdirt

---a -.- - ,I --- -eAssociated Press
Maryland's Rick Badanjek hurdles over Clemson's Craig Crawford (49) as
Ronald Watson of Clemson arrives late. Badanjek went on to score and
helped Maryland upset Clemson, 41-23.

i

SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:

Islanders destroy Rangers, 10-4

UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - Mike
Bossy tied Phil Esposito's National
Hockey League record for three-goal
games with his 32nd career hat trick as
the New York Islanders routed the New
-York Rangers 10-4 last night.
Bossy now has three hat tricks this
aseason, including a pair of four- goal
games and has collected those 32 hat
'tricks in 550 games. He now has a
league-leading 22 goals this season.
THE ISLANDERS avenged a 5-4
defeat at Madison Square Garden eight
days ago in which they blew a four-goal
lead. This time, they built an early lead
and didn't wilt.
After the Rangers scored the opening
goal in each of the first two periods, the
Islanders connected for four con-
secutive scores.
Anders Hedberg gave the Rangers a
1-0 lead 3:23 into the game, but Brent
Sutter, who was on his knees in front of
Rangers goalie Glen Hanlon, whipped
the puck home at 4:01.
Eighty-eight seconds later, Bossy
got his 20th goal of the season by
knocking in the rebound of Dennis Pot-
vin's long shot. Just 49 seconds after
that, Greg Gilbert slapped the puck
between Hanlon's pads to make it 3-1.
Washington 3, Buffalo 2
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - Bob Car-
penter and Bryan Erickson scored
~goals 68 seconds apart as the
T Washington Capitals snapped a 5-gave
- winless streak with a 3-2 victory over the
Buffalo Sabres last night.
Bt bfwas the first time Washington had
beaten a team coached by Scotty
Bowman in its 11 years in the National
Hockey League. The Capitals had
managed only three ties in 45 previous
contests against Bowman-coached
Montreal and Buffalo clubs.
The loss was the seventh in nine road
games for the 9-7-2 Sabres. It prevented
Bowman from equaling Dick Irvin's all-
time record of 690 coaching victories.
Pistons 124. Mavricks 110

17 in the third quarter, was outscored
17-7 early in the fourth quarter as a
Tripucka basket pulled Detroit within
96-95 with 7:08 left.
A sellout Reunion Arena crowd of
17,007 watched as a three-point play by
Thomas two minutes later put Detroit
ahead 104-102 and started an 11-2 run. ]
Dallas got 30 points from Mark
Aguirre and 21 from Jay Vincent.
Philadelphia 5, Boston 3
BOSTON (AP) - Mark Howe,
Derrick Smith and Murray Craven beat
Boston goalie Pete Peeters for goals on
long shots in the third period, and the
Philadelphia Flyers rolled to their fifth
consecutive victory last night, a 5-3
National Hockey League decision over
the Bruins.
Rich Sutter and Tim Kerr scored fir-
st-period goals as the Flyers handed
Boston its first home lose in eight games
this season.
HOWE PUT Philadelphia ahead 3-1
as he let go a drive after crossing the

center red line. The 70-foot shot trickled
in off Peeters' pads just 51 seconds into
the third period.
Boston struck back to pull into a 3-3 tie
on a goal by Tom Fergus at 1:51 and a
power play goal by Charlie Simmer at
3:36.
Tigers' Craig retires
DETROIT (UPI) - Detroit Tigers
pitching coach Roger Craig announced
yesterday he was retiring from
professional baseball for personal
reasons.
In addition to accepting Craig's
resignation, the Tigers also officially
accepted batting coach Gates Brown's
resignation, which was submitted last
Wednesday.
BROWN HAD served as Tigers bat-
ting coach since 1978. Tigers General
Manager Bill Lajoie said he was ac-
tively seeking replacements for both
positions.
Craig, 53, who served as Tigers pit-
ching coach since 1980, informed Lajoie
and Tigers President Jim Campbell of
his decision in a Saturday meeting.

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