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Women's Track
Wolverine-Nike Open
Today, 10:00 a.m.
Track and Tennis Building
The Michigan Daily


vs. Kent State and MSU
Sunday, 1:00p.m.
Crisler Arena


Saturday, February 9, 1985

Page 7

Soo Lakers knock off

feisty ice rs,


Dries' two tallies not

Special to the Daily
SAULT STE. MARIE-Okay, maybe win
ning is everything.
In spite of playing one of its best
games fundamentally, the Michigan
hockey team didn't improve its CCHA
playoff position losing a 4-3 thriller last
night to Lake Superior at the North
BOTH TEAMS played extremely well
If not for some clutch goaltending at
both ends, the scores would have been
The teams skated to a 1-1 deadlock in
the first period, due mostly to the effor-
ts of Michigan goaltender Mark
Chiamp,as the Wolverines were out
shot 13-5.
"Chiamp was exceptionally sharp in
the first period," said head coach Red
Berenson. "Our defense had a little lap-
se and he came up with the big saves."
THE WOLVERINES opened up the
scoring at 13:19 in the first period.
Senior Ray Dries picked up a loose puck
all alone in the slot and didn't stop to
say thank you before firing it past
shocked Lake Superior goalie Randy

Laker center Jim Roque brought his
team right back, lacing a slap shot on
the ice beating Chiamp to the left side to
close out the scoring for the first period.
"Right there from the end of the first
we dominated the game," said Beren-
son. "We just didn't finish the plays
THE LAKERS didn't have that
problem, however, and the fireworks
began early in the second period.
Alan Butler gave the Lakers a 2-1 lead
on a breakaway shot past Chiamp's
right side.
Lake Superior extended their lead at
5:24 as Chiamp was caught going the
other way on a Craig Hewson wrist
shot, which trickled through the
senior's legs.
MICHIGAN came back at 7:22, as
Ray Dries, ever the opportunist,
scooped up another loose puck and fired
for an unassisted goal.
"Everyone was just standing
around," said Dries. "I thought the
whistle must have blown or
The Lakers' Scott Thompson made
the score 4-2 at 8:42, and, after a wild
nine minutes, the teams settled down to
some mild uneventful hockey.

sistent as he's been all season.
en o uhFinally, after a 19-minute scoreless
scrap, Berenson was forced to take a
risk that blew up on him.
NEVENTFUL, that is, until very With 53 seconds left to play, the
e in the period. Michigan helmsman opted to pull
wo Laker penalties (including a Chiamp for an extra attacker in the of-
ich minor to head coach Frank An- fensive zone.
one) set up a Brad McCaughey goal RIGHT AFTER the face-off,
h just five seconds remaining in the however, the Lakers gained control and
ne. Alan Butler's half-ice shot clinched it
he third period was just gutty, hard for Lake Superior.
ght hockey. Both teams continued "Sometimes you've got to take that
physical games they had begun. chance," said Berenson. "It's a gamble
ZICHIGAN continued to force big anytime you do it. I felt we needed the
es from Exelby and, at the other six offensive players because we may
, Chiamp was as staunch and con--not have gotten a face-off in their zone
The Butler did it

The post-game attitude was'a positive
one for the Wolverines.
"THE WHOLE team is starting to
come together now," said senior defen-
seman Mike Neff. "Tonight we played
well enough to win, it was just a matter
of a few breaks."
"Things are starting to click now
where it didn't click earlier in the

year," said Dries.
Berenson summed it up. "That was
as good a road game as I can remem-
ber. It was just a lack of finish around
the net."
The loss drops Michigan to 9-17-1 in
the CCHA, and boosts second-place
Lake Superior to 19-10. The two teams
will square off again tonight at Sault.
Ste. Marie.

Scoring: 1. M-Dries (Kobylarz, May) 13:19; 1.
LSS-Roque (Cote, Hurt) 16:15.
Penalties: M-Neff (holding) :32; M-McCaughey
(roughing) 17:45; LSS-Bumbacco (roughing) 17:45.
Scoring: 2. LSS-Butler (Guy) :24; 3.
LSS-Hewson (Guy, Mclvor) 5:34; 2. M-Dries
(unassisted) 7:11; 4. LSS-Johnson (Butler, Palum-
bo) 8:42; 3. M-McCaughey (Norton, Jones 19:55.
. Penalties: M-Brauer (interference) 7:32;
M-Macnab (charging) 9:08; LSS-Warus (elbowing),

15:50; LSS-Jerrard (cross-checking) 18:35;
LSS-Hurt (bench minor) 19:08.
Scoring: 5. LSS-Butler (JOHNSON) 19:07.
Penalties: M-Seychel (unnecessary roughness)
19:24; LSS-Johnson (slashing) 19:24.

MICHIGAN........................ I
Lake Superior St...................1




M-Chiamp 30; LSS-Exelby 22
Attendance: 1.800

Dries and Chiamp
... shine in losing effort

"He (
In every sense of the word, it was a in a mat
big match. a slightl
Michigan and Iowa State's wrestling DESP
teams were tied at 15, and it was the the key
last match of the night, the three pr
heavyweights. Wolverine Kirk Trost, and 190.
who weighs around 220, was pitted With
against massive Darryl Peterson, who Kevin H
tips and tips and tips the scale at well Mike V.
over 300 pounds. Despite Trost's 32-9 Brightoi
record, there were some worries two per
among the Wolverine faithful. ped a s
won thr
YE OF LITTLE faith. Trost scored the tide1
two points on a takedown with five At 17
seconds left to beat Peterson, 3-1, and with ani
give the meet to Michigan, 18-15. The his u
win over the Cyclones, ranked fourth in Rechste
the nation, was the first for head coach Bob Ga
Dale Bahr in his seven years at the minutes
helm of the Wolverines. record t
"It's the best win I've ever had," said Not o
a jubilant Bahr after seeing his squad, senior
ranked eighth in the nation, go 13-1. Heropou
"The kids worked hard all year and headloc
really did it against an excellent team." 1-1 tie
native r
In as much as Bahr was pleased, his More in
opposite number was not. Iowa State's 15 to se
Harold Nichols, who was Bahr's mentor with Th(
in college, is retiring after 37 years in Michi
the business, having amassed an in- got the
credible 438-38-11 record. He knows start. W
when his Cyclones are up and when tough B
they are down. Last night, he felt they outduelf
were down. a battle
"IT'S VERY disappointing," said fourth it
Nichols, who was honored in a pre-meet the basi
ceremony. "We were flying in on
double legs (a takedown) and were
keeping the arms in.
Nichols was especially displeased with
Peterson, who was taken down by Trost
as a result of a failed "body lock."
Peterson fell on his back instead of


and the meet was history.
Peterson) has never thrown it
tch and has no business trying,"
y agitated Nichols said.
'ITE Trost's finishing - heroics,
to the meet was probably the
receeding matches, at 167, 177,
the Wolverines behind 15-6,
[ill won a key 8-6 decision over
anArsdale. Hill, a senior from
n, ran up a 8-1 lead in the first
iods and held on. The win snap-
tring where the Cyclones had
ee matches in a row and turned
for the Wolverines.
7, Scott Rechsteiner followed
impressive 7-3 win. Abandoning
sual conservative style,
iner dominated Iowa State's
assman, amassing over four
of riding time. He raised his
o 29-2-1.
ne to spoil the momentum,
Bill Elbin threw John
ulos down to the mat in a
k with 40 seconds left to break a
and win, 6-1. The Cleveland
an his record at 190 to 28-10-2.
mportantly, he tied the meet at
et the stage for Trost's Battle
e Blob.
gan's strength, the low weights,
team off to a moderately good
lilliam Waters lost at 118 to a
Bill Kelly, but Joe McFarland
ed John Thorn at 126, 5-4. It was
of All-Americans, as this year
land is ranked second and Thorn
n the nation. McFarland won on
is of riding time, and raised his

mark to 31-1. John Fisher, freshman ex-
traordinaire, held on to a 8-7 decision
over Joe Ghezzi. The Flint phenom is
now 34-6. Michigan then dropped the
next three in a row until Hill reversed
the slide.
And after all was said and done stood
Kirk Trost, signing autographs for
eight-year olds and reflecting on his
33rd, and certainly most important, win
of the year.
"I was pretty calm; I felt really
good," he said, despite have a 100-
pound disadvantage. In their last
meeting, Trost was manhandled, losing
4-3. "It was a good one to win."
It certainly was.

Wolverine Joe McFarland, the second-ranked 134-pounder in the country, does a reversal on fourth-ranked John Thorn
of Iowa State. McFarland won the match, 5-4, in action last night at Crisler Arena.
Thinelads ready for Nike Open

... turns the tide

}. If strength, speed and determination
are all it takes to become a legendary
runner, then some members of the
women's track team have a head start
on their claim to fame.
The women will have an opportunity
to display their talents in front of a
home crowd today at the Wolverine-
Nike Open in the Track and Tennis
ROOKIE coach James Henry said his
team should be near its peak in today's
meet. "We're just coming off our
strength training with weights, so I ex-
pect good things," Henry said.
Junior co-captain Sue Schroeder
agrees that the emphasis on building up
strength early in the season has helped
her progress. "The weights have helped
a lot. Without that, we wouldn't have a
base to work from," she said.
Apparently the strength workouts
have proved successful for Schroeder
because, in the last two weekends, she
has set meet and school records for the
1500-meter run as well as qualifying for
the NCAA Championships in both the
1500-meter and 3000-meters.
SCHROEDER isn't the only long
distance runner performing well these
days. "Cathy Schmidt, who qualified
for Nationals in the 800-meter run,
should also be running well at this
meet," Henry said.
Although many of the team mem-
bers, including Deidre Bradley, Angie
Hafner and Dawn McGinnis, have been
Dlacing in their events, junior Cathy

team's optimism stems from a united
effort and a coach who keeps an eye on
everyone's progress.
"(Coach Henry) is doing a really
good job," said Schmidt. "Although the
distance runners, the field events and
the sprinters all train separately, he
tries to make sure he knows what
everyone is doing. That's good.
The Wolverines hope that that at-
titude will help them on their track
toward the NCAA championships in
Auburn hoop couch resigns
AUBURN, Ala (AP)-Auburn
basketball coach Sonny Smith announ-
ced yesterday that he is resigning at the
end of the season to enter the oil
Smith acknowledged at a news con-
ference that he has passed out at
several Auburn games this season, but
he said his health played no part in his
decision to resign.
INSTEAD, Smith said he had a
business opportunity "that was too
good to pass up."
Auburn Athletic Director Pat Dye

expressed disappointment.
"We certainly hate to see Sonny leave
our program, but we all want what is
best for him," Dye said. "This was no
quick or easy decision on his part. He
has agonized over it for some time and
if this is what Sonny thinks is best, we
support him in his decision.

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Saturday, Feb.16, 1:00
Anderson Rooms,
Michigan Union
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