Ihe Michigan Daily
Friday, 8 p.m.
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, January 27, 1985
By TOM KEANEY
Will the real Michigan hockey team
please stand up?
After being drubbed, 11-2, Friday
night, and sleepwalking their way
through the first period last night, the
-Wolverines did play good hockey for 30
minutes before giving way to an
avalanche of late Michigan State goals
en route to a 9-4 loss, State's seventeen-
th win in a row.
"OUTSIDE of the first ten minutes, I
thought it was a lot closer," said head
coach Red Berenson. "But they were
still the better team."
Oh, yes, they were.
The first period was almost a ditto
performance of Friday night's first
.rame-a total disaster.
SEAN CLEMENT'S snap shot goal
from the left slot at just :40 into it left no
-doubt (in case anyone was wondering)
that Friday night was no fluke.
'' Quickly the Spartans tacked on
another one as Tom Anastos smacked a
Tebound past goalie Tim Makris' left
side at 4:09.
The rest of the first stanza, it looked
as though Michigan might escape
without further damage, despite being
o shellacked with 19 shots in the period. It
:was not to be.
A TWO-on-one break gave Lyle Phair
MSU's third goal at 18:34, and then the
Spartans rubbed the insult in the
Wolverines' collective face. Brad Beck
drew both a Michigan defenseman and
Makris to the right side of the goal
before dumping it to Kevin Miller for
your average uncontested goal.
Mercifully the first period ended.
"We had a bad first period," said
Wolverine captain Ray Dries. "But the
rest of the game was much closer than
the score indicated."
"WE PLAYED a great first period,"
said MSU head man Ron Mason."When
we get up by four in the first period, it's
going to be tough to catch up with us."
Scoring: 1. MSU-Clements (Phair, Anastos) :40;
2. MSU-Anastos (Phair, Simpson) 4:09;
3.MSU-Phair (Simpson, Anastos) 18:34; 4.
MSU-Kevin Miller (Kelly Miller, Beck) 19:39.
Penalties: M-Brauer (holding) 6:43;
MSU-Kevin Miller (elbow) 9:01; MSU-Phair
(tripping) 12:36; M-Stiles (roughing after whistle)
15:01; MSU-Messier (roughing after whistle) 15:01;
M-Lorden (slashing) 19:21.
Scoring: 1. M-Norton (D-Goff, Downing) 6:27; 2.
M-Stiles (Jones, P. Goff) 15:00.
Penalties: MSU-McSween (hooking) :35;
MSU- Beck (interference) 2:22; MSU-McSween
(high sticking) 4:37; M-Bjorkman (cross-checking)
6:55; MSU-Anastos (hooking) 8:08; M-D. Goff
(hooking) 11:41; M-Dries (holding) 18:07;
MSU-Shibicky (roughing) 18:07; MSU-Donnelly
(roughing after whistle) 18:38; M-Jones (roughing
after whistle) 18:38.
That didn't stop Michigan from
trying, however. MSU penalties (three
in the first 4:36) early in the second
period gave Michigan confidence, and
the Wolverines finally started to play
Michigan looked much better defen-
sively, doing a good job of tying up the
slot and stopping Spartan plays before
MOREOVER, State actually had to
depend on goaltender Norm Foster for
some big saves.
Michigan finally broke through when
Scoring: 5. MSU-Flegel (Kevin Miller, Krentz)
9:05; 3. M-Jones (Stiles) 10:50; 6. MSU-Simpson
(Haight, Beck) 12:57; 7. MSU-Phair (Haight, Sim-
pson) 17:12; 8. MSU-Kelly Miller (Parker,
Clement) 17:34; 9. MSU-Krentz (Smyl, McFall)
18:49; 4. M-Norton (Jones, Stiles) 19:10.
Penalties: MSU-Anastos (high sticking, roughing
after whistle) 1:32; M-Kobylarz (high sticking,
roughing after whistle) 1:32; MSU-Donneily
(hooking) 2:58; M-D. Goff (hooktng)7:42; M-Stiles
(roughing) 8:25; MSU-Shibicky (roughing) 8:25;
M-McCaughey (slashing) 10:04; MSU-Simpson
(tripping) 10:42; MSU-McSween (high sticking)
11:38; MSU-McSween (hooking) 16:00; M-Stiles
(roughing after whistle) 16:00; MSU-Flegel
(major:butt-ending, game misconduct) 18:36.
SCORE BY PERIOD
MICHIGAN .....................0 2 2 - 4
MSU ............................4 0 5 - 9
Center Dan Goff fired a wrist shot that
Foster couldn't handle, and Jeff Norton
was only too happy to jam the puck in.
The Wolverines narrowed the margin
to two on a sweet feed from Brad Jones
to Tom Stiles at the 15:00 mark, and
Michigan looked ready to come back.
"WE WERE in the game," said
Berenson. "Had we scored in a couple
of situations, we might have made a
game of it."
The Wolverines had those chances in
the first nine minutes of the third
period. Then, the roof fell in.
MSU ran up the score, cashing in for
five goals in the final frame, including
three in a 1:37 span from 17:12 to 18:49,
two of which were shorthanded.
Norton, one of Michigan's few bright
spots in the game, picked up his second
goal of the evening, a power play slap
shot with 50 seconds left in the game,
but it was small consolation.
Once again the problem last night
was consistency. The Wolverines had
their flashes of brilliance, but couldn't
seem to make it a habit. No one knew it
better than Makris.
"We play well one period, we don't
play well the next. I play well one
period, I don't play well the next," said
The loss brings Michigan down to 10-
19 (8-15), and the conference-clinching
victory puts Michigan State at 27-3 (23-
Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Spartan forward Craig Simpson attempts to impede Brad Jones' progress in
last night's 9-4 Michigan State victory at Yost Arena.
Men tankers cruise again
But Indiana leaves
'M' women gasping
Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
a shot behind goalie Tim
Michigan State center Kevin Miller moves past Michigan defenseman Jeff Norton and puts
Makris for the Spartans' fourth goal.
By EMILY BRIDGHAM
Everyone got in the act as the
men's swim team defeated the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin yesterday, 59-54, at
Matt Mann pool.
The win made it two in a row for the
Wolverines, who bettered their record
to 2-0 in the conference and 4-0 overall.
Wisconsin dropped to 1-1 and 5-4.
"WE WANTED to give everybody a
chance," said head swim coach Jon
Urbanchek, who used all 25 of his
swimmers. "At this point, we are
beginning to look at forming the top 16
swimmers that will earn a spot in the
Wolverine standout Benoit Clement
finished first in both the 500- and 200-
yard freestyle with times of 4:34.57 and
Junior Lance Schroeder added top
honors in the 200 fly, finishing in 1:50.64.
The Toronto native was also instrumen-
tal in the opening 400-yard medley relay
win, which gave the Wolverines a lead
they never lost.
Other key races in the meet were the
100-yard freestyle and 200-yard
backstroke events. Michigan's Dave
Kerska took the 100-yard race while
teammate Jan-Erick Olsen placed
third. Freshman Mike Creaser and
Pete Hovard posted second- and third-
place finishes in the later event.
Without the superb diving of Kent
Ferguson and Bruce Kimball, Michigan
might not have pulled off the win.
Ferguson, a senior from Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, was able to bounce back after
Friday's Indiana meet and take both
the one- and three-meter diving events.
Kimball likewise fared well, finishing
second in both events.
African national champion, won the
100- and 200-yard butterfly events. Geil
captured the 200-yard backstroke and
200-yard medley while MacDonald took
the 100-yard backstroke and freestyle
INDIANA head coach Bob Bruce was
very pleased with his team's second
straight road victory, but down-played
the importance of the win. "Back-to-
back road wins over Michigan and
Michigan State are great, but the real
goal is to be in top form for the Big Ten
Championship in March."
Despite the loss, there were several
bright spots for Michigan. Divers
Leigh Anne Grabovez and Bonnie
Pankopf finished one and two in both
diving events for the Wolverines. Kay
Lundy won the 1000-yard freestyle
event and later edged out Indiana's
Tish Lovan by a split-second to win the
day's most exciting race, the 500-yard
According to Michigan head coach
Peter Lindsay, Indiana's superior dep-
th was a key factor in the loss.
However, he found some encouraging
developments in yesterday's action.
"I'm pleased with what we're doing in
the water. Our starts, turns, and race
strategies are all improving," he said
after the meet.
"This loss left the team a little
demoralized, but we're trying to focus
on the Big Ten Championships."
The Wolverines have three more
meets before the Big Ten Champion-
ships begin on March 1. On Friday,
they head to East Lansing to take on the
Spartans of Michigan State.
- SCOTT SCHAFFER
663- 786 7
By SCOTT G. MILLER
O The unbelievable showing in gym-
,nastics in the 1984 Olympics by the
Jnited States has dramatically in-
creased attention for the sport. Even
though gymnastics may not sell out
.Crisler Arena like basketball, larger
-)iudiences are becoming more com-
non. Last night's coed meet against
Ohio State was enjoyed by a large and
enthusiastic crowd that was treated to
~some excellent competition.
R Ohio State dominated the meet, win-
-ning the men's competition 281.3 -
;60.25 and the women's competition
-481.25 - 169.4. Despite the large dif-
Yerences in the scores, the Wolverines
Sperformed well. Both Buckeye teams
'are ranked in the top five in the country
,and are expected to challenge for the
MICHIGAN women's coach Dana
Kempthorn was pleased with her
Zteam's floor exercises but was disap-
>ointed with its balance beam and
-uneven parallel bars routines.
R "We have to go back to the gyi and
clean up some of our routines, and we
.need some time to heal our injuries,"
The Michigan men tumblers have
been improving each week. Their 260.25
team total was 5 points higher than last
week's score against Indiana State.
-Men's coach Bob Darden was very
;pleased with his team. "Going against a
more experienced squad gave more
guys quite an incentive to perform
-,well," he said. "We will need lots of
"work in the gym this week to better our
Wolverine Gavin Meyerowitz lead his
mtam in the all-nnrnd with n sonre nf
Association victory, a 132-113 triumph defeat.
over the Seattle SuperSonics. Seattle
The 35 points tied Laimbeer's career star Tin
high for a single game. Detroit f
LAIMBEER sank a 17-foot jump shot Clarkston
with 5:10 remaining in the third quarter points.
to put Detroit ahead for good, 83-82, af- Giants
ter the lead had changed hands six NEW Y
times in the period. cisco Gia]
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to lead Detroit on a 16-7 streak that fielder Ja
gave the Pistons a 99-89 lead at the end the Toror
of the third quarter and command of reliever
the game. yesterday
Seattle was led by center Jack Sik- In ano
ma's 25 points. Phillies
THE PISTONS, led by Laimbeer's 21 baseman
first-half points, threatened to break Dodgers f
open the game early as they scored 12 CLARK
unanswered points to take a 33-26 lead first bas(
at the end of the first quarter. lef t-han
Detroit, 26-16, is second in the Central baseman
Division, while Seattle, 20-26, was tied Jose Gon
for third with the Los Angeles Clippers Lavelle
and the Portland Trail Blazers in the change f
Pacific Division before last night's third bas(
center and former Michigan-
m McCormick returned to
or the first time. The 6-11
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swing two deals
YORK (UPI) - The San Fran-
rts have completed two trades,
the St. Louis Cardinals for out-
ack Clark, and the other with
into Blue Jays for left-handed
Gary Lavelle, UPI learned
ther deal, the Philadelphia
are sending veteran first
Al Oliver to the Los Angeles
for right-hander Pat Zachry.
K will go to the Cardinals for
eman-outfielder David Green,
der Dave LaPoint, first
Gary Rajeich and infielder
zalez in the five-player swap.
moves to the Blue Jays in ex-
or pitcher Jim Gott and rookie
eman Augie Schmidt.
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Women sink again
Led by their powerful sprinters, In-
diana's women swimmers breezed to
an 87-51 victory over Michigan yester-
day at Matt Mann Pool. Michigan's
record fell to 1-5 while Indiana evened
its mark at 5-5.
Starring for the Hoosiers were
Rosalie-Anne Wicht, Cheri Geil and
Kate MacDonald. Wicht, a South
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