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vs. Western Michigan
Monday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena
The Michigan Daily

Sunday, December 9, 1984

Wolverine Invitational
Today 1:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

Page 7

Icers lasso WMU Broncos, 3-0

Senior goalie Mark Chiamp stopped
all 26 shots directed at him and the rest
of the Michigan team played 60 of its
best minutes of the season as the
Wolverines overpowered Western
Michigan 3-0 before 2,339 fans last night
at Yost Arena.
The shutout was Chiamp's first in his
four-year career at Michigan and
marked the first shutout by a Maize and
Blue goaltender since Peter Mason
blanked Northern Michigan in Decem-
ber of 1981.
MICHIGAN right wing Paul Kobylarz
scored the eventual game winner at the
2:11 mark of the second period. The
Livonia native swatted the puck past
Western defenseman Jim Culhane at
center ice and skated in cleanly on

Bronco goaltender Glenn Healy, who
came into the Michigan series fourth in
the CCHA with a 3.31 goals-against
Kobylarz made no mistake as he
whistled a slapshot past Healy from the
right face-off circle for his fourth goal
of the season.
Chiamp looked especially sharp in
the first period while deflecting all 12
Western shots. The 5-6, 145-pound net-
minder made the save on a breakaway
by Bronco scoring leader Troy Thrun.
He turned back Thrun's rebound shot
before diving across the net to stop
what appeared to be a sure goal by left
wing Pat Ryan.
"IT WAS JUST a total team effort
tonight," said Chiamp. "The defense
played their hearts out and so did the

offense. Once I made the first save
tonight, I felt good."
Each team had one power-play chan-
ce in the first stanza but failed to
capitalize as both Chiamp and Healy
came up with the big saves when they
had to.
Western did manage to turn on the
red light in the first period on a hard
slapshot from the point off the stick of
Dan Dorion. But referee Gary Wilkens
waved off the goal after he ruled that a
Western player had interfered with
Chiamp in the crease.
The Broncos had another potential
goal nullified by Wilkens at the 18:52
mark of the second period which would
have tied the game at that point, 1-1.
"ON BOTH OF those goals there was
a man in our crease," said Michigan
coach Red Berenson, who was sur-
prised at how close Wilkens was calling
the play in the crease. "He (Wilkens)
blew the whistle before the puck went in
the net so it was fair.''
Wolverine defender Jeff Norton made
the key defensive play of the second
period to keep the Broncos off the board
once again. As three Western forwards
swarmed in front of the Michigan net on
a power play, Norton snuck behind a
sprawled-out Chiamp and stopped cen-
ter Rob Adams' shot just before it
skimmed over the goal line.
Bruce Macnab gave the Wolverines
some breathing room at the 2:25 mark

of the third period when he flipped the
rebound of a Chris Seychel shot past
Healy for his third tally of the season.
Doug May closed out the scoring at
12:08 of the final period as he rifled a
shot past Healy's stick side as he skated
down the right wing. The goal was
May's second in only four games this
"Our last six games have all been
very close," said Berenson, whose
team had played three straight over-
time games before last night's win in
regulation. "Chiamp played an out-
standing game and it was good to
finally get a win."
Icers gain win bhrforfeit
With victories hard to come by of
late, the Wolverines were happy to
learn Friday that the outcome of
their November 2 road loss to the
University of New Hampshire had
been reversed because the Wildcats
used an ineligible player.
New Hampshire was forced to for-
feit the win along with two other
games in which the ineligible player
appeared. The forfeit upped
Michigan's overall record to 7-9-1,
but left the team's CCHA mark un-


Scoring: None
Penalties: M-Norton (high-stick) 6:10; WMU-Orhn
(high stick) 14:36; WMU-Culhane (roughing) 15:48;
M-Lockwood (roughing) 15:48; WMU-Lobdel
(slashing) 17:43; M-McCaughey (slashing) 17:43;
WMU-Burnie (roughing) 19:08; M-Seyche
(roughing) 19:08.
Scoring 1. M-Kobylarz Hudas) 2:11.
Penalties: M-Stiles (holding) 0:11; WMU-Gagne
(tripping) 2:42; WMU-Orhn (roughing-slashing:
4:33; M-Stiles (roughing-slashing) 4:33; WMU-
Gagne (cross-checking) 4:48; M-Lockwood (hig
stick) 4:48; M-Hudas (interference) 12:13; M-
Seychel (slashing) 14:16; WMU-Burnie (slashing:

Scoring: 2. M-Macnab (Seychel, Lockwood)
00:25; 3. M-May (Kobylarz, McCaughey) 12:08.'
Penalties: M-D. Goff (holding) 4:58;
WMU-Lague (interference) 5:17; M-Carlile (in-
terference) 15:21.

1 2
Michigan................................0 1
W MU ................ ... ..............0 0
M-Chiamp, 26
WMU-Healy, 33
- A-2,339



Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Michigan's Todd Carlile (7) and Western's Dan Dorion (17) race for the puck
in last night's Michigan 3-0 win.


Tumblers fall in

Crisler Arena was invaded by
aspiring Mary Lou Rettons and Mitch
Gaylords last night for the Wolverine
Classic Invitational Gymnastics Tour-
The Michigan men's team, defending
its 1983 title, finished fourth out of seven
teams with a total of 251.55 points.
Indiana State, alma mater of former
world champion Kurt Thomas, took the
men's title with a score of 267.70. The
Michigan State men finished second
(262.1), followed by Western Michigan
(254.45). Michigan's best effort was in
the vaults, where it finished third
said, "Our team performed to all my
expectations." The team has five
freshmen and Darden hopes the ex-
perience will be beneficial for them.
Michigan State won its third con-
secutive women's title. The Spartans'
175.10 score edged out second-place In-
diana State, which had 174.25. Michigan
finished last in the four-team meet with
169.25 points.
Michigan coach Dana Kempthorn
remained optimistic despite her team's
poor performance. Said Kempthorn, "I
was pleased overall with our perfor-
mance. Basically, we just need to clean
up some of our routines and polish up."
Kelly Doyle of Michigan State won
the women's all-around competition
with 35.75 points. Indiana State's Deb-
bie Amson (35.70) finished second, and
Doyle's teammate Frances Marino
(35.40) finished third. The men's in-
dividual champions will be announced
before tomorrow's individual event
finals begin, because the totals were

lost in a computer foul up. "Our high-
tech was low-tech tonight," Darden
The women's teams competing were
Michigan, Indiana State, Michigan
State and Western Michigan, and the
men's teams were Michigan, Eastern
Michigan, Western Michigan, Michigan
State, the University of Toronto, In-
diana State and Kent State. This is the
biggest field ever to compete in the
Wolverine Classic.
Individual competition resumes at
1:00 p.m. today.

Four grapplers
semis at Las Vegas


Swimmers romp in Canada
Special to the Daily
TORONTO - Wolverine swimmers
Marc Parrish and Dave Kerska each
won two events yesterday as Michigan
easily swam past the University of
Laval, 78-16, in Toronto's Canada Cup
Parrish won the 200-yard individual
medley and the 200-yard freestyle, and
Kerska captured both the 100- and 200-
yard freestyles. Other Wolverine in-
dividual winners were Mike Creaser,
Allen Gelderloos, Joe Parker, and
Benoit Clement.
Michigan also took the 400-yard
medley and the 400-yard freestyle
Yanks sign Henderson
HOUSTON (AP) - The New York
Yankees announced yesterday that
they had completed a trade for out-
fielder Rickey Henderson of the
Oakland A's, making the Yankees one
of the big winners in baseball's 1984
winter meetings.
The multi-player trade actually was
made Wednesday, but was completed
yesterday only after New York reached
agreement on a contract with Hender-
Terms were not announced, but it
was believed to be a no-trade, five-year
deal worth more than $8.7 million with
major portions deferred over a 20- to 30-
year period.
In exchange for Henderson, minor
league pitcher Bert Bradley and cash,
the Yankees will send to Oakland pit-
chers Jay Howell, Jose Rijo, Eric Plunk
and Tim Birtsas and outfielder Stan
Javier, son of Julian Javier, a former
major leaguer.

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Special to the Daily
LAS VEGAS-Three-time All-
American Joe McFarland was one of
four Michigan wrestlers to advance to
the semi-finals of the Las Vegas Classic
McFarland, captain of the
Wolverines,defeated Mike Gomezof
Oklahoma in the 126-pound division.
Other Michigan grapplers who advan-
ced to the semi-finals were Kevin Hill,
(167 pounds), Scott Rechsteiner (177
pounds), and Kirk Trost;
AS A TEAM, the Wolverines were in
fourth place after Friday's preliminary
round. Oklahoma, followed by Ohio
State and Iowa State, headed the 41-
team field.
Michigan wrestlers who advanced to
the consolation round were William
Waters, John Fisher, and Bill Elbin.
The semi-final and final rounds were
held late last night.

Eta Kappa Nu Association, National Electrical and Computer Engineering
honor society, was created so that those in the profession of Electrical or Com-
puter Engineering, who by their attainments in college or in practice and who
have manifested a deep interest and marked ability in their chosen life work,
may be brought into closer union so as to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the
engineering colleges and to mark in an outstanding manner those who, as
students in Electrical or Computer Engineering, have conferred honor on their
Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship, activities, leadership and exemplary
character. We the officers of the Beta Epsilon chapter of Eta Kappa Nu at the
University of Michigan would like to congratulate the following students for
meeting our requirements and completing the initiation process, this becoming
active members of Eta Kappa Nu:

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