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Women's Basketball
vs. Notre Dame
Today, noon
Crisler Arena
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Sunday, December 2, 1984

Wrestling
vs. Central Michigan
Today, 2:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena
Page 7

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By BARB McQUADE
A deflected puck and a moment of
hesitation.
That's all it took for the Michigan
hockey team to lose to Ohio State, 4-3, in
overtime last night, before a crowd of
2,137 at Yost Arena.
JUST 2:43 into the extra period, Ohio
State's Bob Gruhl put a shot in front of
the Michigan net. The puck glanced off
Wolverine Frank Downing's stick
toward the Michigan goal, catching
goalie Jon Elliott off guard. The puck
slid slowly through Elliott's legs to give
the Buckeyes the victory in the second
overtime in as many nights.
"The puck was down in the corner,
passed across out in front," said Elliott.
"I was moving to the right to anticipate
the play. Unfortunately it went off of
one of our players, hit the post and went
in.
Michigan head coach Red Berenson
was as frustrated as Elliott. "Last night
I thought we won and the ref took away
the goal. Tonight we lost on an even
more flukey goal. It's too bad.
"WE NEEDED this game to build on
last night," Berenson added. "It could
have been a great weekend."
Michigan had tied the game at 3-3 at
the 8:08 mark of the third period when
Brad McCaughey tumbled and slid
toward the OSU goal. From his back the
freshman knocked the puck past
sprawling Buckeye goalie Bob Kraut-
sak.
Doug May put the Wolverines on the
board first early in the opening period
when he skated in on Krautsak. The
senior left wing took a pass from Paul
Kobylarz and flipped in his first goal of
the season at 3:15.
MICHIGAN SET the pace of. the fast-

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moving frame, controlling the puck
with sharp passing. Dan Goff recorded
the Wolverines' second goal on a pic-
ture-perfect play at the 5:50 mark. On a
three-on-two break, Downing fed a pass
to Ray Dries, drawing Krautsak to the
right side of the net. Dries promptly
slipped the puck to Goff out in front who
smacked it into the open corner to
record the short-handed goal.
But the second period was all Ohio
State. The Buckeyes ran up three unan-
swered goals as the momentum of the
contest took a complete turn. Perhaps it
was a sign of things to come when Gruhl
unleashing a blistering shot from the
left point at 9:30 to sparkthe comeback.
The Buckeyes then caught Elliott flat-
footed when what seemed to be an
errant shot was deflected into the net
off the stick of Dave Beaudin.
Ohio State scored again just over a
minute later when Michigan's defense
momentarily collapsed. Elliott came
out of the crease to clear the puck but
ventured out too far, giving Jeff Madill
an open target. The Buckeye freshman

under
fired a quick wrist-shot to notch the
easy goal.
"IT'S A gamble any time you do
that,"' said Elliott. "It's like being a
beached whale. You've got to get the
puck out of your zone. I got to the puck,
but I didn't get it out, and it just hap-
pened that one of their guys was there."
Coach Jerry Welsh's team went
ahead at 17:17 when Rick Brebant
found himself alone in front of the
Wolverine goal. Dan Rothgery centered
the puck for Brebant, who whistled a
shot over Elliott's shoulder. The
Michigan goalie barely waved a glove
at the puck as it sailed by him into the
net.
"When the missed plays cost us a
game, it's frustrating," said Elliott. "If
I hadn't made the missed plays we
would have won the game in regulation
and wouldn't have had to worry about
overtime.
"I'll just have to work hard and
hopefully the guys will still be behind
me, even though I screwed up this
game."

A bucking shame

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Buckeye John Mowat skates after a loose puck in front of goalie Bob Krautsak during his team's 4-3, overtime victory
over Michigan last night at Yost Arena. Left wing Chris Seychel is the closest Wolverine.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL R OUND UP:
Auurn bow hopes sour

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-May (Kobylarz, D. Goff) 3:15; 2.
M-P. Goff (Dries, Dowing) 5:50.
Penalties: M-Baker (interference) 4:17;
OSU-Tillotsen (elbowing) 9:28.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 1. OSU-Beaudin (Gruhl) 9:30; 2.
OSU-Madill (Anderson, Beaudin) 10:35; 3.
OSU-Brebant (Rothgery, Shortt) 17:17.
Penalties: OSU-Brebant (cross checking) 2:18;
OSU-Beaudin (holding) 3:38; M-Carlile (holding)
12:36.

THIRD PERIOD
scoring: 3. M-McCaughey (Bjorkman, P. Goff)
8:08.
Penalties: none.
OVERTIME
Scoring: 4. OSU-Gruhl (Tillotson, Gryba) 1:43.
Penalties: M-Bjorkman (tripping) 1:32.

SCORING BY PERIOD
1 2
Ohio State ....................0 3
MICHIGAN ..................2 0
SAVES'
OSU-Krautsak 26; M-Elliott 26.

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Ala-
bama finished its first losing
season in 27 years by upsetting ar-
chrival Auburn 17-15 yesterday on two
touchdown runs by Paul Ott Carruth
and Van Tiffin's 52-yard field goal that
knocked the 11th-ranked Tigers out of
the Sugar Bowl.
Alabama's rugged defense, one of the
few bright spots in the Crimson Tide's
embarrassing 5-6 season, preserved the
triumph by stopping Brent Fullwood on
fourth-and-goal from the one yard line

with 3:27 left to play after the losers
disdained a chip-shot field goal that
could have put them in the Sugar Bowl.
Fullwood's 60-yard touchdown run with
9:11 remaining set up the dramatic
finish.
Auburn had to settle for the Liberty
Bowl, where the Tigers will face
Arkansas. Meanwhile 14th-ranked
LSU, which completed an 8-2-1 regular
season a week ago, backed into a Sugar
Bowl date against Nebraska by
finishing second in the South eastern

Conference with a 4-1-1 record.
ArmV 28, Navy 11
PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Quarter-
back Nate Sassaman rushed for 154
yardsand two touchdowns and directed
Army's powerful wishbone attack as
the Cadets overpowered Navy 28-11
yesterday to snap their seven-game
winless streak in the college football
classic.
Sassaman scored on runs of nine and
six yards and completed four of five
passes for 32 yards before a sellout
crowd of 73,180 watching the game
return to its traditional home after a
year in Pasadena, Calif.
Fullback Doug Black, Army's single-
season rushing leader, scored on a one-
yard touchdown run and finished with
155 yards. Halfback Clarence Jones
added 60 yards and scored Army's
other touchdown from six yards out.
Geogia Tech 35, Georgia 18
ATHENS, Ga. (AP)--John Dewberry
accounted for three touchdowns and
freshman Malcolm King scored on a 31-
yard run and set up another with a 58-
yard scamper as Georgia Tech pounded
18th-ranked Georgia 35-18 yesterday.
Dewberry, who started his college
career at Georgia, rambled 30 yards
untouched on a quarterback draw for
one touchdown and fired scoring passes
of 10 and nine yards to Gary Lee as the
Yellow Jackets snapped a six-game
losing streak in the series with their bit-
ter in-state rivals.
King, who had 104 yards on six
carries, raced 58 yards to the Bulldog
three, setting up Robert Lavette's
three-yard touchdown run on the first
play of the second quarter to cap a 74-
yard drive and put the Jackets in front
to stay, 7-3.

QB Flu tie
captures
He isman

NEW YORK (AP) - Doug Flutie, the
most prolific passer in the history of
college football, yesterday became the
first quarterback in 13 years to win the
Heisman Trophy as the nation's best
collegiate player.
Flutie, a senior from Boston College,
received 2,240 points in the national
balloting, which is conducted of 1,050
panelists from all phases of the sports
media.
In becoming the first collegian ever
to pass for more than 10,000 yards in a
career, Flutie punctuated an un-
precedented career on November 23

with a last-second pass of 48 yards that
gave Boston College a 47-45 victory over
defending national champion Miami
(Fla.).
Ohio State running back Keith Byars
was second with 1,251, followed by
quarterback Robbie Bosco of Brigham
Young with 443 and quarterback Bernie
Kosar of Miami with 320.
Flutie received 678 first-place
ballots. Byars had 87 for first and Bosco
20.
Not since 1971, when Auburn's Pat
Sullivan was voted the Heisman win-
ner, has a quarterback won this award.

Trophy

Army running back Clarence Jones struggles for a first down in yesterday's
Army-Navy showdown. Jones contributed 60 yards and a touchdown to the
Cadets 28-11 victory over Navy's Midshipmen.

'M'tumblers
take second
0
DEKALB, Ill. - Michigan freshman
Angela Williams won the all-around
competition in the Wolverine women
gymnastics team's first meet, yester-
day at Northern Illinois. Despite
Williams' performance, however,
Michigan came up short, finishing
second to Wisconsin in the tri-meet with
a total score of 170.95. The hosting Nor-
thern Illinois squad came in third at
168.00, 3.20 points behind tournament
winner Wisconsin (171.20).
Williams, a resident of Scarborough,
Ontario, finished first in the vault with
a score of 9.35, first in the balance beam
(9.05) and second in the floor exercise
(9.10). Teammate Christy Schwartz
came in second on the uneven parallel
bars at 8.90. Other standout perfor-
mances for the Wolverines were
provided by Heidi Cohen, who finished
b third in the floor exercise behind

Execution. Precision timing. """"
Teamwork. It works in RIO
football. It works for

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