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Women's Swimming
vs. Oakland University
Thursday, 6 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool


Women's Basketball
vs. Purdue
Today, 2 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, January 13, 1985

Page 7

How things can change in a day.
The Michigan hockey team did not
look like the same one that had taken a
severe beating the night before as the
Wolverines came back to defeat
Bowling Green last night at Yost Arena,
MICHIGAN defenseman Mike Neff
scored the decisive goal halfway
through the final period. Picking up the
puck in the corner, a determined Neff
skated out in front of the net and drove
a shot past Bowling Green goalie Gary
Kruzich to put the Wolverines up 7-5.
After Friday night's 9.4 drubbing at the
hands of the Falcons, Michigan turned
the tables on the defending NCAA
champs with a potent offensive attack.
Last night's contest did not begin that
way, though, as Bowling Green
dominated the action for much of the
first period.
"I THOUGHT early in the game
Bowling Green hemmed us in pretty
good," said Michigan coach Red
Berenson. "(Michigan goalie Mark)
Chiamp made some good saves. A lot of
players made some big plays to keep us
in it."
Lady Luck was on the Wolverines'
side in the first period as they jumped
out to a 3-1 lead, scoring on their first
two shots on goal. Michigan had gone
for nearly twelve minutes without a shot
while Bowling Green peppered Chiamp
with a dozen in that span. Chiamp was
undaunted, though, turning away all
twelve, some from point-blank range.
"We couldn't cash in on oppor-
tunities," said Bowling Green coach
Jerry York. "It's hard to figure what



Bowling Green, 8-6

happened when we started out so
MICHIGAN HAD trouble mustering
as much as a pass until 11:49 of the
<opening frame when Chris Seychel's shot
from the slot, the Wolverines' first of
the night, deflected off the left pipe and
skidded into the net.
Less than a minute later, the Maize
and Blue's good fortunes continued.
Defenseman Jeff Norton took a pass
from Paul Rossi at the top of the right
face-off circle and blasted the puck past
Kruzich. Two shots on goal, two points
and Michigan was on a roll.
THE WOLVERINES extended their
lead to 3-0 when a Tom Stiles slapshot
was tipped in by Paul Kobylarz at the
16:31 mark to record the power-play
goal. In a matter of five minutes,
Michigan had scored three unanswered
goals against one of the leading
goaltenders in the CCHA and the
momentum belonged to the Wolverines.

In the second period, Bowling Green
ignited a scoring barrage in which both
teams scored three goals each. Scott
Paluch gave the Falcons their second
goal of the night at 4:30 when his soft
shot from the slot slid through the legs
of Chiamp who was screened on the
play by his own defensemen.
Don Barber made things tense,
bringing the Falcons to within one at
15:09 of the third period, but Stiles sent
the Bowling Green fans to the exits
when he scored an empty net goal with
39 seconds remaining.
"We played the body, our heads were
in the game," said Norton. "We wanted
to win tonight, I could sense that in the
locker room."
Upping their record to 8-13-1, the vic-
tory was much needed by the
Wolverines. "This was a big game for
us," said Berenson. "Looking up at the
standings, it's time for us to start
gaining ground."


scoring: 1. M-Seychel (McCaughey, Rossi) 11:49;
2. M-Norton (Rossi, Seychel) 12:26; 3. M-Kobylarz
(Stiles, Jones) 16:31; 1. BG-Ysebaert (Wansbrough,
Duncan) 19:13.
Penalties:M-Lockwood (charging) 5:27; BG-
Barber (roughing) 8:55; M-Neff (interference)
12:56; BG-Natyshak (elbowing) 15:40; M-Seychel
(roughing) 18:11.
Scoring: 2. BG-Paluch (Randerson, Regan) 4:30;
4. M-Stiles (Norton, Jones) 5:41; 5. M-Bjorkman
(P. Goff, Spring) 10:53; 3. BG-Wansborough
(Paluch, Kruzich) 15:28; 6. M-Kobylarz (Stiles,
Jones) 18:10; 4. BG-Barber (Regan Meharry)

Penalties: M-Lockwood (hooking) 3:04;
BG-Gribble (cross checking) 4:45; M-Stiles
(hookinig) 15:56; M-Stiles (high sticking) 18:10;
M-McCaughey (high sticking and charging) 19:35.
Scoring: 5. BG-Gribble (Barber, Natyshak) 6:47;
7. M-Neff (Dries, Lockwood) 9:50; 6. BG-Barber
(Randerson, Natyshak) 15:09; 8. M-Stiles (Lorden,
Chiamp) 19:21.
Penalties: M-Carlile (roughing after whistle) 4:41;
BG-Williams (roughing after whistle) 4:41; M-
Norton (slashing) 10:09.
MICHIGAN .............................3 3 2 8
Bowling Green ..........................1 3 2 6
M-Chiamp 26; BG-Kruzich16

Daily Photo by DAN HABIB
Bowling Green goalie Gary Kruzich shows his frustration after Paul Kobylarz scored to give Michigan a 3-0 lead in the
first period of last night's game at Yost Ice Arena.
Grapplers maul Wildcats

Women tumblers topple Hurons

From staff reports
Michigan freshman Angela Williams
won two events, and Heidi Cohen took a
first and a second place finish, leading
the Wolverines to a 171.85 to 161.7 vic-
tory over Eastern Michigan in women's
gymnastics action at the Coliseum
Williams, a Scarborough, Ont.,
native, had the high score on the vault
with a 9.5. She-also grabbed first in the
floor exercise, scoring 9.15.
°COHEN, A sophomore, took balance
beam honors with an 8.9 score. Her 9.05
performance in the floor exercise was
good for second place.
Sharon McNie led Eastern Michigan.
She took second on the vault with a 8.95,
third on the uneven parallel bars at 8.8,
fourth on the balance beam with 8.65,
and tied with teammate Sheryl Kayser
for fifth in the floor exercise at 8.6.
Wolverine senior Christy Schwartz
r turned in~a solid all-around performan-
ce. She took second on the balance
beam and vault, and third on the floor
exercise and uneven bars.
The next action for coach Dana Kem-
pthorn's tumblers- comes next week
when the squad travels to Champaign
for a duel meet with the Fighting Illini.
Boston 4, Detroit 3
P "BOSTON (UPI) - Ken Linseman
scored two goals and Keith Crowder
added a third and assisted on another
yesterday to lead the Boston Bruins to a
4-3 victory over the Detroit Red Wings.
The victory boosted Boston's record
ft 6-2-2 in their last 10 outings, while the
Red Wings remain winless in their last
BOSTON TOOK a 2-1 lead in the first
period. After a scoreless second
period, linseman scored his second
goal of the game at 2:04 of the third
period. Linesman picked up a rebound
after a Mike Milbury slap shot and
flipped the puck into an open net.
The Red Wings then narrowed the
margin to 3-2 as ex-Bruin Dave Silk
shored an unassisted goal 2:37 later.
Crowder then scored a power play
goal at 6:46 of the third period to help
Boston regain its two-goal edge before
Brad Park scored the final goal, also on
..the power play at 9:54 of the period.
BRUINS: goalie Doug Keans thwar-
ted the Red Wings' tying bids by John
dgrodnick and Ron Duguay with two
minutes remaining in the game.
The Red Wings broke out to a 1-0 first
period lead on a power play goal of their
own, to tie the score 1-1.
Boston moved in front 2-1 29 seconds
liter as Charlie Simmer scored his 25th
goal of the season. Linemate Crowder
sent a shot at the Red Wings goal, that
kroke off goaltender Corrado Micalef to
m._ imp wuhn~ flinp theA4 nu'r intn an

Mats Wilander 6-1, 6-1 in the other semi-
The nationally televised final on
NBC, 12:30 p.m. EST is worth $100,000
to the winner, while the runner-up will
pocket $60,000.
Where McEnroe needed exactly one
hour to dispose of the fourth-seeded
Wilander, Lendl battled for nearly
three hours before getting past Con-
nors. And even then, it appeared as if it
would be Connors taking the court Sun-

day against McEnroe instead of the
Czech right-hander.
With the Madison Square Garden
crowd of 18,741 cheering his every shot,
Connors, second-seeded in the 12-player,
season-ending event, was on the brink
of elimination in the 10th game of the
second set as Lendl led 30-40 on Con-
nors' serve. A service break would have
given Lendl the second set 6-4 and the

The Michigan wrestling team is
quickly turning into the John Fisher
show, as the freshman from Flint and
the rest of his Wolverine teammates
easily defeated an injury-ridden Nor-
thwestern squad, 44-7, last night at
Crisler Arena.
Fisher pinned his Wildcat opponent
after only thirty seconds had elapsed,
adding another impressive victory to a
list that already includes a win over
Iowa's Olympic Silver Medalist, Barry
Davis, earlier this season.
viously running out of things to say
about the freshman wonderkid simply
commented, "He's just an outstanding
wrestler who adds a great deal to our
The night did not belong to Fisher
alone, however, as many Wolverines
wrestled well in the victory over a Nor-
thwestern club which was 5-1 and
ranked 19th nationaly before entering

action last night.
Sophomore William Waters used the
final thirty seconds of his match to out-
score Wildcat John Ahnert 7-1 and
eventually win the contest 13-6. The 118
pounder increased his season record to
20-8, including three wins in a row after

he had struggled a bit earlier in the
had an easy time of it at 158 pounds, as
he defeated Chris Roseman 15-4. It was
Richards who actually sealed the vic-
tory when he stretched Michigan's lead
to a commanding 30-0 lead, after only
the sixth of ten matches. Richards star-
ted quickly, getting off to a 5-0 lead af-
ter one period and an 11-2 lead after
two, as he raised his record to 16-10.
Heavyweight Kirk Trost needed only
2:12 in order to pin a much heavier Matt
Burbach. "He is so much better than
last year because he doesn't have to
worry about making weight," said
Bahr about Trost, who wrestled at 190
pounds last year.
Michigan's only loss came when Don
Forchione was pinned by Mike Kraft
late in the second period. The 167-pound
Forchione is replacing Kevin Hill who
was out with a shoulder injury.
Michigan raised its record to 5-1 on
the season and the eighth-ranked
Wolverines face Morgan State next
Wednesday night at Crisler Arena star-
ting at7:30.

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