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November 30, 1987 - Image 11

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Lakers swamp

the Crimson Tide

Last Friday's 10-0 loss to
Auburn officially put Alabama in
the Hall of Fame Bowl against
Michigan. It will be the first
meeting ever between the two
football powers.
Both Michigan and Alabama
sport 7-4 records, and both teams
have never appeared in the Hall of
Fame Bowl during its previous
nine years as a bowl.
In addition to Auburn, Alabama
has lost to Florida, Memphis
State, and Notre Dame. Michigan
has been beaten by Notre Dame,
Michigan State, Indiana, and Ohio
State this season.
Since 1975 Alabama has com-

piled a 10-1 bowl record, including
victories over Ohio State and Illi-
nois. The Crimson Tide was not
invited to a bowl after finishing 5-
6 in 1984. Michigan is 3-9 in
bowl appearances since '75.
Last season the Crimson Tide
whipped Washington 28-6 in the
Sun Bowl, and the Wolverines
lost to Arizona State in the Rose.
The Wolverines have not faced
a Southeastern Conference team
since the 1984 Sugar Bowl when
they lost to Auburn, 9-7. The
only other time that a Bo Schem-
bechler-coached Michigan squad
has faced an SEC opponent was in
the coach's debut - a 42-14 vic-
tory over Vanderbilt - in 1969.

The Michigan Daily-Monday, November 30, 1987- Page 11
3rd period lapse
costs Blue jeers
From Staff Reports
Lake Superior State kept its grasp on first place in
the Central Collegiate Hockey Association by
defeating Michigan, 5-3 and 6-3, Friday and Saturday
nights in Sault Ste. Marie.
The Wolverines (7-9 CCHA, 7-9 overall) failed to
split for the first time this season and fell into fifth
place in the conference.
The losses also dropped fourth year Michigan head
coach Red Berenson's record against Lake Superior
State to 1-14-1.
The Lakers (10-2-2, 12-2-2), who went into
Saturday night's contest leading Michigan State by
one point, clinched the victory and first place for
another week by scoring three third period goals in a
3:32 span.
The Wolverines had cut the Laker lead to 3-2 on a
second period goal by sophomore Ryan Pardoski.
Rookie Don Stone notched a goal and senior Joe
Lockwood added a goal and an assist for Michigan.
Lake Superior State's Terry Hossack scored two
goals and Mike de Carle and Mark Vermette tallied a
goal and an assist each in Saturday's victory.
Michigan goaltender Warren Sharples made 28
saves Saturday night and 40 the night before. Laker
goalie Mike Greenlay - the team's player-of-the-
week nominee - stopped 34 shots in the second
game and 15 in game one.
Next weekend Michigan hosts Boston College at
s to Lake Yost Ice Arena while Lake Superior State travels to
Michigan State.

Daily Photo by JOHI

Goaltender Warren Sharples turned aside 68 shots in the Wolverines' weekend losse
Superior State.



Toronto in
Grey Cup
VANCOUVER, British Colum-
bia (AP) - Henry Williams raced
115 yards with a missed field goal
for the opening score and Jerry
Kauric kicked a 49-yard field goal in
the final minute as the Edmonton
Eskimos edged the Toronto Arg-
onauts 38-36 yesterday to capture the
75th Grey Cup championship.
The wide open game - the
Canadian Football League's Super
Bowl - was the perfect showcase
for the troubled league before a fren-
zied sellout crowd of 59,478.
The lead changed hands five times
in the final quarter as backup quar-
terback Damon Allen of Edmonton,
the former California State Fullerton
star, and Toronto's Danny Barrett of
the University of Cincinnati engi-
neered brilliant drives.



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