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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Saturday, January 19, 1985
Icers no problem for

Engineers, 5-2

By TOM KEANEY
Special to the Daily
TROY, N.Y. - Rah, rah
calculators, let's extrapolate!
Despite a tremendous outing by
senior goaltender Mark Chiamp, 5,177
of the brightest hockey fans you'll ever
meet went home happy, as the Ren-
sselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)
Engineers came away with a 5-2 victory
last night.
ALL-AMERICAN left wing John Car-
ter scored a hat trick and linemate
Adam Oates had three assists in
leading the 47-shot Engineer attack.
"He (Oates) does most of the work,"
said Chiamp. "The other guys hang out
and cherry-pick at the blue line."
As effective as that line was,
however, it was Michigan that set the
pace for most of the first period, with a
clear edge in checking and puck con-
trol.
"WE HAD great scoring chances,"
said head coach Red lerenson. "We
could have had four more goals in the
first period."
Brad Jones opened the scoring for

Michigan at 12:42. Paul Kobylarz
provided a slick feed to Jones waiting at
the right post. The sophomore brought
it out front, and pushed it through the
short side, leaving goalie Darren Puppa
wearing the clown suit.
"I thought we were tentative early,"
said RPI head coach Mike Addesa.
"They pinned us under early, but we
got off the floor and came back."
THE ENGINEERS came back with a
power play goal just 2:57 later. Defen-
seman Tim Friday blasted a slapshot
past Mark Chiamp's glove hand.
RPI took control in the second period
as Wolverine penalties stifled any
momentum built up in the first stanza.
"They seemed to take the play away
from us," said Chiamp.
THE ENGINEERS hit paydirt at
10:14 on Carter's first goal, a picture
perfect breakaway shot past Chiamp's
right side.
Just 57 seconds later left wing Craig
Nienhuis provided an instant replay for

ecstatic Engineer crowd, with an iden-
tical breakaway goal.
Despite those scores however, it was
Chiamp who kept the second period from
getting out of hand.
TIME after time, the senior came
up with get-for-real saves on sure goals.
Chiamp continued his stellar play
throughout the first half of the third
period, but RPI finally found a hole at
13:37. Carter blasted a slapshot
through Chiamp's legs for his second
goal of the night.
The Engineers capped their scoring
at 16:07 on still another breakaway by
Carter,completing the hat trick. It was
Carter's twenty-fifth goal of the season.
LEFT WING Bruce Macnab notched
Michigan's second goal at 18:33. Mac-
nab waited on a Paul Rossi pass at the
right post and blew it by Puppa. But
just as the crowd's chant, "It just
doesn't matter!" indicated, the game
was already well in hand.
"Overall, I think we played better
than the score indicated," said Beren-

son. "That Puppa is a great goalie."
Despite the loss, the Wolverines
showed many positive signs last night.
Chiamp's play was the most obvious,
but the line of Jones, Kobylarz, and
Tom Stiles was a force all night for
Michigan, displaying exceptional
passing and aggressive play.
"That line was very good offen-

sively," said Berenson, "but we had
trouble finishing the plays."
"The kids really underestimated this
team," said Addesa. "I give them
(Michigan) a lot of credit.
Berenson is hoping for a full team ef-
fort tonight. "All four lines have to con-
tribute," said Chiamp. "We've got to
hit them more (tonight)."

Revenge of t
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Jones (Kobylarz, Stiles) 12:41; 1.
RPI-Friday (ates, Dipronio) 15:39.
Penalties: M-Spring (interference) :34; RPI-
Dipronio (tripping) 11:54; M-Downing (boarding)
14:01.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. RPI-Carter (Oates, Friday) 10:14; 3.
RPI-Nienhuis (Jaoris, Langevin) 11:11.
Penalities: M-Kobylarz (roughing) 5:38; M-Stiies
(roughing) 5:38; RPI-Servinis (roughing) 5:38; RPI-
Hammond (roughing) 5:38; M-Spring (slashing)
9:12; RPI-Hernberg (high sticking) 9:12; RPI-
Hammond (tripping) 12:38; M-Seychel (hitting after
whistle) 12:38; RPI-Langevin (high sticking) 13:27;
RPI-Hammond (slashing, unsportsmanlike conduct)
18:00.

nerds
THIRD PERIOD

Scoring: 4. RPI-Carter (unassisted) 13:37; 5. RPI-
Carter (Sadeghpouri, Oates) 16:07; 2. Macnab
(Norton, Rossi) 18:33.
Penalties: M-Kobylarz (hooking) 7:07; M-Jones
(slashing) 17:05; RPI-Dark (slashing) 17:05; RPI-
Friday (hitting after whistle) 17:24.
Saves: M-Chiamp 42; RPI-Puppa 35. Attendance:
5177.

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SCORING BY PERIODS
1 2
MICHIGAN ......................1 0
RPI .................................1 2

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2

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Jones
...continues hot streak

Women tracksters
impressive in Relays

The annual Michigan Relays started
the Wolverine women's indoor track team
season last night at the Track and Ten-
nis Building.
Michigan performed well without
captain Joyce Wilson who was sidelined
with tendonitis.
THE WOLVERINES finished first in
the 4 X 800 relay with a time of 8:57.93,
in the middle distance relay (4:22.7), in
the distance medley relay (11:48.58),
and first in the second mile relay
(4:02.55).
Michigan's Angie Hafner and Dawn
McGinnis finished first and second
respectively, in the high jump with
leaps of 5'9" and 5'7".
Sue Frederick-Foster, who used to
run for Michigan, won the three-mile
run with a time of 16:02.72. Foster
represented the Nike Track Club in last
night's relays.
Eastern Michigan, Hillsdale College,
Kent State, Macomb Community
College, Toledo, Siena Heights, and
Western Michigan participated in the
relays.
The Woverines next meet is the Can
Am Classic, January 26 at Windsor, On-
tario.

Pacers run past Celts
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana's
Herb Williams scored 27 points last
night and teammate Jerry Sichting hit
three key free throws in the final half-
minute of play, sealing the Pacers' 91-
86 victory over the Boston Celtics.
There were eight ties in the final
period, the last at 86-86 when Sichting's
first basket of the game started a
seven-point streak that carried the
Pacers to the victory, ending Boston's
seven-game winning string.
TWO FREE throws by Williams put
Indiana on top to stay, then Sichting hit
one of two free throws after Dennis
Johnson fouled out. Larry Bird, who led
Boston with 25 points, was called for
traveling with 24 seconds to go, and
Sichting hit two more free throws four
seconds later.
Bird got 15 of his 25 in the second
quarter as the Celtics rallied from nine
points down.
The Pacers, who also blew a 14-point
second-quarter lead against the Celtics
the last time they played, at Boston,
took a 25-21 lead after the first period as
Bird was held scoreless.

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Daily Photo by STU WEIDENBACH
Michigan high jumper Angie Hafner clears 5'9" to win the event in last
night's Michigan Relays.

Daily Photo by STU WEIDENBACH
A Michigan distance runner pulls ahead last night at the Michigan Relays.

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:

Small doses won't jail Moses

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Edwin
Moses was charged yesterday with
soliciting a female police officer for
prostitution, but his agent said the two-
time Olympic gold medalist was con-
fident he'd-be cleared at trial.
Deputy City Attorney Mike Wilkinson
made the announcement, saying that
Moses would be arraigned Jan. 29 on
the misdemeanor charge, which
carries a maximum penalty of six mon-
ths in jail or a $1,000 fine or both.
"IT'S FAIR to say first-time offen-
ders are rarely given jail time,"
Wilkinson said.

He said it was decided that Moses
wouldn't be charged with possessing
marijuana because the amount that
was recovered in the glove compar-
tment of his car was very small.
"It was slighty less than the amount
to make one joint or marijuana
cigarette," Wilkinson said.
Moses is anxious to proceed to trial,
and is confident he will be cleared, said
his agent, Gordon Baskin.
"His lawyers will be in court Tuesday
morning to try and secure the earlies
date possible... Edwin had done nothing
wrong and the quicker that people see a
jury decide this, the quicker he'll be
able to get back to training," Baskin
said.
"Edwin took a series of lie-detector
tests the past few days and they con-
firm what he's been saying all along.
Edwin's character has been evident to
everybody the last few years, and it's
not changed in the past week."
Sundberg, Slaught swappe
MILWAUKEE (AP) - The Milwaukee
Brewers sent catcher Jim Sundberg to
the Kansas City Royals yesterday and
acquired two pitchers in a six-player
trade that involved four clubs.
As part of the deal, the Royals sent
catcher Don Slaught to the Texas
Rangers.
MILWAUKEE general manager
Harry Dalton said the Brewers will get
pitchers Danny Darwin and Tim Leary

and a minor leauge player to be named
later from the Rangers.
With Sundberg going to Kansas City
and the Royals sending Slaught, who hit
.264 last year, to Texas, the Rangers sent
Darwin and the minor league player to
be named later to Milwaukee.
The Rangers also sent pitcher Frank
Wills to Tidewater, the New York
Mets' Triple A club in the International
League, and the Mets in turn sent
Leary to Milwaukee's Triple A club at
t Vancouver in Pacific Coast League.
LEARY will be invited to the
Milwaukee spring training camp as a
non-roster player, Dalton said. Dar-
win, 29, was 8-12 and had a 3.94 ERA in
35 games with Texas last year. He has
a career record of 53-50 and a 3.57 ERA
in 217 games. His best year was 1980
when he went 13-4 with a 2.62 ERA and
eight saves.
Leary, 26, was 3-3 last year with a 4.02
era in 20 games with the Mets. He also
d pitched in 10 games at Tidewater, going
4-4 with a 4.05 ERA.
BC kicks off with BYU
BOSTON (AP) - Although the of-
ficial announcement won't be made un-
til Feb. 5, Cotton Bowl winner Boston
College is set to play national champion
Brigham Young in the Kickoff Classic,
according to a report yesterday.
Boston College Coach Jack Bicknell,
while saying he couldn't say anything
about the WCVB-TV, Boston, report,
allowed that: "I'm really looking for-
ward to it...I'm planning on teeing up."
THE GAME will be at the
Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J.,
Thursday Aug. 29.
The game could spotlight a candidate
for next year's Heisman honors, BYU
quarterback Robbie Bosco.

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RESIDENCE HALL 'A'
Abens Players 58, Frost Running Ardvarks 46
Goebtrotters 38, MMAC 27
Gomberg Red A 67, Rumsey Running Rebels 56
Wenley Warriors 32, Ghostbusters 29
Theos Huber won-forfeit by Fletcher

Pine Brothers 47, P/F Flyers 28
FRATERNITY 'B'
Beta Theta Pi25, Sigma Phi 24
sigma Alpha Mu 38, Phi Gamma Delta 'C' 32

DETROIT(AP)-Ace relief pitcher
Willie Hernandez, the American
League's Most Valuable Player and Cy
Young Award winner in 1984. has

extension worth $4.65 million.
Hernandez, 30, as was his right under
the Basic Players Agreement, asked
the Tigers soon after their World Series

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