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Wrestling
Wolverine Open
Saturday, 9 a.m.
Crisler Arena
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Monday, November 11, 1985

Volleyball
vs. Ferris State
Tuesday, 7 p.m.
CCRB
Page 7

Boiler blowout

First Downs...........
Rushing (Att/yds) .......
Passing (Att/Comp/Int) .
Passing-net yards ......
Fumbles (No/Lost) ......
Total Yards .............
Possession Time.......

PURDUE
7
21/8
29/12/2
96
3/1
104
19:41

MICH.
25
60/275
21/14/0
276
3/1
551

MICH. - Schramayr falls on ball in end zone for
safety
Midi-Glilette 36-yard FG
MICH-65-yard TD run by Webb (Moons kick)

RUSHING
MICHIGAN
Att

Schramayr .............. 1
Huber ................... 1
PASSING
MICHIGAN
AttComp
Harbaugh.............13 12
Zurbrugg ............. 8 2
PURDUE
Everett...............22 12
Huber ................1 0
RECEIVING
MICHIGAN

-16 -16.0 0
5 5.0 0

SCORING
Purdue ........................ 0 0
MICHIGAN ................... 7 21
SCORING PLAYS
MICH-Nine-yard TD pass Harbaugh to F
Gillette kick)
MICH-34-yard TD pass Harbaugh to Kol
(Gillette kick)
MICH-One-yard TD run by White (Gille
MICH-85-yard TD pass Harbaugh to Kol
(Gillette kick)
MICH-Two-yard TD run by Wilcher
kick)

40:19 Webb..................9
Morris .................. 12
Wilcher ................. 7
0 0- 0 White ................... 9
9 10-47 Perryman ............... 10
Harbaugh ............... 5
Holloway ................ 5
Kattus Zurbrugg ................ 2
Rein .................... 1
lesar PURDUE
Everett ................. 8
te kick) Medlock ................ 4
esar Wallace ................. 3
Grant ................... 2
(Gillette Foster................. I
Carter................... 1

Yds
97
73
54
39
16
-8
-2
6
0
-12
7
5
11
6
2

Avg
10.8
6.1
7.7
4.3
1.6
-1.6
-.4
3.0
0.0
-1.5
1.8
1.7
5.5
6.0
2.0

TD
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Kolesar ................
Kattus ..................
Campbell................
White ...................
Morris...... .........
Higgins .................
Perryman...............
Brown...................
Jokisch..................

No
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1

Int
0
0
1
0
Yds
148
26
13
-2
4
30
11
8
38

Yds TD
233 3
43 0

96
0
Long
65
17
13
6
4
30
11
8
38

GRIDDE PICKS

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Daily Photo by MATT PETRIE
Michigan left wing Jeff Urban watches a scoring chance slip away as Michigan State forward Danton Cole
steals the puck from him during Friday's 5-4 Michigan victory. Urban, a freshman, tallied a second-period
assist Friday and a third-period goal in the 6-2 Spartan victory on Saturday.
BLUE UPSETS FIRST-PLACE MSU

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By SCOTT G. MILLER
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is
the appropriate title for this
weekend's Michigan versus Michigan
State ice hockey feature.
Michigan split the series, winning 5-
4 at Yost Ice Arena on Friday and
losing 6-2 on Saturday at Munn Arena.
THE GOOD part of the feature was
the display of excellent hockey on
Friday night. The Wolverines' inten-
sity and hard work ended the Spar-
tans' dominance over Michigan,
which included a six-game winning
streak and victories in 15 of the last 16
meetings.
"We wanted it more than in the
past," said Michigan coach Red
Berenson. "I don't think we were
hoping to win as much as we were ex-
pecting to win."
The Wolverines could have quit
early when Michigan State forward
Mike Donnelly from behind the
Michigan net, found freshman scoring
sensation Joe Murphy streaking
through the slot. Murphy, only ten
seconds after the opening face off,
poked it by goalie Tim Makris, who
was out of position looking for the
puck. Makris kept his composure
despite allowing the easy goal.
"I THOUGHT to myself 'it went in
and it's one mistake.' What can you
do, it was a rotten mistake," said the
Wolverine netminder. "I knew we
would come back and when we tied it,
it was a new game again."
Michigan took full advantage of
Brad Jones' tying goal. Brad Mc-
Caughey, Chris Seychel and Todd
Carlile added first period tallies to
give the Wolverines a 4-3 lead.
Jeff Norton and Brad McCaughey
combined for the most important play
of the season in the third period. Nor-
ton blocked a shot in the Michigan end
and passed the puck from his knees to
McCaughey who broke in all alone on
Spartan goalie Bob Essensa. Mc-
Caughey faked the shot, skated by a
sprawled-out Essensa, and tucked in a
backhander for the game winner.
"I WAS thinking about all the other
opportunities I did not score on earlier
in the game as I skated in on the
breakaway," said McCaughey. "I
went in and I saw him coming way
out. I knew I was going to deke him,
and the puck went in for me."
The victory was by far Michigan's

with Spa rtans

most important of the year and
possibly Berenson's finest moment as
Wolverine coach.
"The win has to rank right up there
with the Russian game (Michigan
beat Spartak, 5-4, last season)," said
Berenson. "But as far as emotion,
rivalry and the league, I don't think
there is going to be anything better,
until we win the league title, than
beating Michigan State."
MICHIGAN won not only the game
but also the ugly phase of the weekend
feature. With Michigan State
furiously attempting to tie in the
closing seconds, Spartan right winger
Mitch Messier pushed Makris as he
tied up the puck. McCaughey defen-
ded his goaltender.
"He (Messier) was sticking our
goalie so I came in and gave him a lit-
tle shove, a little punch," said the Ann
Arbor Pioneer graduate. "He turned
around, came at me, and dropped his
gloves.
"He hit me when it was all over. The
referees had me held, and he reached
over them and hit me."
THE BAD part of the feature was
the Spartan attack on Saturday. After

a scoreless first period, Michigan
State scored five unanswered goals.
Joe Murphy and Mike Donnelly
scored two goals apiece. As the Spar-
tans fired numerous shots on the
Wolverine net, the vaunted Michigan
offense managed a mere 17 shots on
goalie Norm Foster.
"We were much more psyched up
as a team tonight (Saturday)," said
Foster. "There is nothing like a
Michigan versus Michigan State
series. You can win an NCAA title, but
if you don't beat Michigan it doesn't
make it all worth while."
While Michigan's offense may have
lacked intensity, the goaltenders were
brilliant. Tim Makris made 22 saves,
many of the spectacular variety,
before giving way to Bob Lindgren for
the start of the third period. Makris
was pulled to deliver a message to his
teammates.
"I wanted the team to realize that
its performance was not fair to the
goalies," said Berenson. "Our goalies
were carrying the team. The score
was flattering us after the second
period."

It is said that winning takes away
hunger, making it nearly impossible
to repeat. But Tim Berry has put that
theory to rest.
Berry's hunger should have been
diminished after winning Griddes last
week, and feasting on his choice of a
full-tray Sicilian pizza, or Chicago
stuffed pizza, or whole sub sandwich
from Pizza Express. But he became
the first two-time champ this year,
taking back-to-back Griddes titles
with a 17-2-1 record. He will now have
two Dooley's guest passes, good for a
total of four people.
1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota
(pick total points)
2. Indiana at Illinois
3. Iowa at Purdue
4. Wisconsin at Ohio State
5. Northwestern at Michigan State
6. Notre Dame at Penn State
7. Auburn at Georgia
8. Air Force at BYU
9. Arkansas at Texas A&M
10. Toledo at Bowling Green
11. Maryland at Clemson
12. Southern Cal at Washington
13. Southern Mississippi at Alabama
14. Mississippi State at LSU
15. Colorado at Oklahoma
16. Navy at South Carolina
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