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Men's Swimming
vs. Eastern Michigan
Saturday, 2:00 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS

Men's Basketball
vs. Northwestern
Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

Monday, January 27, 1986

Page 7

Icers s
By SCOTT G. MILLER RP
The stereo in the Michigan locker se
room blared "Stairway to Heaven" tin
Saturday night after the Wolverines
defeated arch-rival Michigan State, 5- Fr
3. A more appropriate song could not Mi
have been playing. m
Of all the teams to meet Spartan for
s)Orts squads this weekend, Red ke
Berenson's icers appeared to have the Ac
smallest chance of attaining victory. aln
After all, Michigan State held second ThI
place in the Central Collegiate My
Hockey Association and was ranked qu
number eight in the nation by the Chi
WMEB media poll. wi
COMING OFF victories the past ap
'two weekends against the number-
one ranked Bowling Green Falcons Sp
and defending national champion go

topSpa
PI, the Wolverines entered the Saturday's
ries against the Spartans op- done man
mistically. Michigan
That optimism quickly evaporated resiliency.
riday night at Munn Ice Arena as "WE KN
ichigan State prevailed by a 7-5 defense an
argin. Even worse than the score the year h
r the Wolverines was the loss of two together a
y players for Saturday's contest. cent team
ademic problems and injuries had Todd Carli
ready depleted the Michigan ranks. in our rini
hen when workhorse defenseman win."
yles O'Connor was suspended on a The Wol
estionable spearing call and center out a win.
iris Seychel was lost indefinitely tory in fi
th damaged knee ligaments, things largest crc
peared bleak. game at Y
Events appeared even worse when A firstj
artan Jeff Parker beat Michigan play goal
alie Tim Makris 24 seconds into Wolverin

rtans,

eari

L series split
teams seemed to play more with their had a hold on us since I have been
heads than their sticks." here and this year we split with them;
By keeping players out of the the tide is turning."

contest. But like it has
y times this season, the
squad displayed an inner
VEW WE would be short on
d with Chris out and having
e is having, we had to pull
nd give it a hundred per-
effort," said defenseman
le. "We knew if we did that
k then we could pull out a
verines did more than pull
The squad stormed to vic-
ront of 8,389 people, the
owd ever to attend a hockey
ost Ice Arena.
period Brad Jones power-
tied the contest for the
es entering the dreaded

second period. Michigan had
previously been outscored 77-44 in
that period. However. on this night
period two was the period.
"WE TURNED our second period
jinx into a flash," said team captain
Frank Downing. "Their goalie even
played well but we were just getting
the breaks. We got our speed going
and their defense couldn't keep up
with our forwards."
Jones and Bruce Macnab skated
circles around the Spartan defense.
Despite some excellent chances,Mac-
nab didn't score, but Jones added two
more goals to give him a hat trick.
Additional tallies by Downing and
Billy Powers gave the Wolverines a 5-
2 lead after the second period.
"We got off our game in the second
period, and they got on theirs," said
Michigan State coach Ron Mason.
"When that happens at home and the
home team gets some momentum,
you hope to get out before you're
killed."
THE SPARTANS could not escape
the executioner even though Mason's
squad out shot Michigan 15-4 in the
third period. Netminder Tim Markis
was sensational in making 36 saves on
the evening.
"I thought the difference tonight
was that Makris played well in the
Michigan net," said Mason. "He
made a lot of good stops in the first
and third periods."
Another difference between Friday
and Saturday was the officiating.
Referee Jim Naegles whistled 37
penalties Friday which prevented
either team from gaining any
momentum. It was a different story
on Saturday as referee Dave Fisher
was not as visible.
"THE GAME had more of a flow to
it tonight. It wasn't a constant in-
terruption," said Berenson. "The
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penalty box, the Wolverines were able
to compensate for their lack of depth.
"Our defense came up big. Sean
Baker and Bill Brauer stepped in and
did a good job," said the Wolverine
head man. "Jeff Norton, Carlile, and
Pat Goff got a. ton of work, and they
are really coming through with some
of the best hockey of the season."
FOR THE seniors the split of the
season series with Michigan State
was something special.
"The feeling is awesome. The last
time we play them in our rink as a
senior is pretty hard to describe,"
said Carlile. "Seeing that they have

"This is something I have been
looking forward to for four years. I
just love beating State," said
Downing. "You think about State the
whole year. Even during the summer
when you are working out, you think:
about the State game."
For Berenson the split was just
another move on the stairway to
heaven in building a national power,
"It makes our season credible when
we can split with teams like State and
Bowling Green," said the second year
head coach. "It is another step in the
right direction."

Yost of the town

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1.MSU-Parker (Hoff, Shibicky) :24.
1.M.-Jones (Carlile, Powers) 12:55.
- Penalties: M-Macnab (elbowing) :50; MSU-
McReynolds (hooking) 2:48; M-Carlile (high
sticking) 5:16; MSU-Reynolds (high sticking)
8:00; MSU-Clement (high sticking) 11:21; M-
Lockwood (high sticking) 11:21; MSU-Murphy
(high sticking) 11:42; MSU-Rendall (high sticking,
roughing) 16:12; M-Brauer (high sticking,
roughing) 16:12.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. M-Jones (Norton, Downing) 6:49; M-
Powers (Norton, Goff) 8:55; 4. M-Jones (Downing)

10:08; 2. MSU-Clement (Rendall) 17:42; 5. M-
Downing (Stiles, Jones) 17:55.
Penalties: MSU-Miller (high sticking, roughing)
6:23; M-Brost (high. sticking) 6:23; M-Urban
(elbowing) 9:42; MSU-Parker (high sticking,
roughing) 11:17; M-Norton (high sticking,
roughing) 11:17.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 3. MSU-Miller (Reynolds) 3:28.
Penalties: None.
Goalie saves: MSU-Foster, 23; M-Makris 36
Attendance: 8,389 (new Yost record).

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p-

What's.
Happening

Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Michigan's Brad Jones scores under Michigan State's Norm Foster in Saturday's 5-3 win over the Spartans.
Jones netted his second hat trick of the season.
'M' tumblers stum ble

Special to the Daily
COLUMBUS - The Wolverines
were defeated by Ohio State in men's
gymnastics on Saturday, 263-259.9,
bt the score doesn't tell the whole
wry of the meet. Michigan had a
number of exceptional individual per-
;formances worth mentioning.
'Captain Mitch Rose finished first
overall with a 52.35. Included in his
performance was a first-place finish
on both the parallel bars and the high
bar.
GAVIN Meyerowitz came through
with a strong performance as well. He
finished first on the pommel horse
with a 9.2, and he came in third on
both the rings and the high bar.
Greg Nelson also did well, finishing
first on the floor exercise with a 9.30.
This was followed by a 9.0 from Scott
Moore, good for third place.
"'The guys challenged themselves
over the week trying to meet their
? goal of 260. Although they did not
meet this, I was very pleased with
their performance," said Michigan
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coach Bob Darden. "It was very en-
couraging, seeing that we still have
considerable room for im-
provement."
This was the third straight week
that the Wolverines have improved
their score from the previous week.
Two weeks ago in the Spartan In-
vitational the Wolverines scored
244.45 points. Then last week at home
they scored 255.35 points.

Recreational Sports
IM SWIM MEET ENTRIES DUE
Thurs., Jan. 30, 1986 - 4:30 p.m. - IMSB
IM SWIM MEETS - MATT MANN POOL
Women, Res. Hall, Indpt., (Grad /Fac./Staff)
Tues., Feb. 4, 1986 - 6:45 p.m.
Fraternity
Wed., Feb. 5, 1986 - 6:45 p.m.
Co-Recreation (Men & Women)
Thurs., Feb. 6, 1986-7:00 p=m.

CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 28th 7:00 P.M.
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