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The Michigan Daily
Monday, November 23, 1987
Saturday, 2 p.m.
Referees play leading role
in leer's duel with Broncos
BY ADAM SCHRAGER
"Three blind mice. Three blind mice. See how they run." As this
song resounded through Yost Arena Friday night, the officials for the
Western Michigan-Michigan hockey series skated onto the ice. At that
time, neither team had any notion of how true that statement would
prove to be in the weekend split.
In Michigan's 5-3 victory on Friday night and in Western's 5-1
victory Saturday night, the officials played a major role. Referee Dennis
Parish, on the ice during both games, drew the ire of players and both
head coaches with some of the penalties he called, and some that he
At 9:38 of the first period Saturday, Michigan center Mike Moes
was given a five-minute major and kicked out of the game for spearing
Bronco Jeff Green, who was holding Moes' stick. Green, who laid on
the ice for approximately two minutes, skated off easily and proceeded
to assist on a goal only four minutes later.
"I think that there were a lot of penalties that should have been
called," said Michigan head coach Red Berenson. "I didn't like the b-
bleep of giving us a five-minute penalty for a call like that. It's taking
a guy right out of the game in the first period. It was a h-bleep call. If
you're going to call one penalty, you have to call them all."
WESTERN, which was leading 1-0 from an early goal by Bill
Armstrong, scored two power play goals during Moes' penalty to
further arouse the boisterous Bronco capacity crowd of 4,575.
"I cannot believe that they (the officials) called it because they didn't
even see the play," said Moes. "When a guy is holding your stick like
that, you just want to get back into the play. As soon as I pushed him
to get my stick back, he went down on the ground, so it looked like I
did something. But all I did was push him."
" The excitement in the first period
continued after the spearing penalty
and the three goals thanks to referee
With 2:59 left in the period,
Michigan's Joe Lockwood tackled
Western's Mike Posma after the
whistle. The result- no penalty.
There was retaliation by the Broncos
as winger Shane Redshaw
bodyslammed the Wolverines Myles
O'Connor less than two minutes
later. The result- no penalty.
WHEN ASKED about the
officiating, Western head coach Bill
Wilkinson was very wary. "I don't
like to air my dirty laundry in
public, so if I am going to comment Moes
on the officiating, it will have to be ... ejected
off the record."
After the three goal lead by the Broncos at the end of one frame,
Billy Powers scored to cut the lead to 3-1, which is how it remained
until another questionable call 2:44 into the third period. At that time,
Michigan's O'Connor was called for slashing and given an additional
penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct for protesting too vehemently.
Western proceeded to score on the four-minute power play and put the
game out of reach.
IN THE SERIES OPENER, Michigan won, 5-3, to end its
Friday night jinx, by winning on that night for only the second time
this season. Jeff Urban and Moes scored their first goals of the year to
lead a balanced scoring attack in which no one scored twice.
The officiating on that night vas questionable as well. The Broncos
scored to close the gap to 5-2 early in the third period when it appeared
that goalie Warren Sharples was being held down by a Bronco in a
scramble in front of the net. While Michigan was more vociferous in
its complaining, Western players also viewed the officiating as poor.
"I felt the officiating (Saturday) was pretty good," said Bronco
winger Redshaw, who compiled five penalties (18 minutes) this
weekend to capture the team lead in that category. "Last night, I
thought it was lacking greatly."
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Daily Photo by ROBIN LOZNAK,
Michigan winger Billy Powers skates after a rebound during action last Friday night against Western Michigan. The Wolverines split the
series bringing their record to 7-7.
CHICAGO (AP)- Shaun Gayle
returned an interception 20 yards for
a touchdown and Jim McMahon
passed 31 yards to Dennis
McKinnon for another, yesterday, to
lead the Chicago Bears to a 30-10
victory over the Detroit Lions.
Responding to coach Mike
Ditka's "We stink" remark earlier in
the week, the Bears so dominated
play that they controlled the ball for
13:56 in the scoreless third quarter
and didn't allow the Lions a third-
down conversion until the fourth
McMahon also engineered an 80-
yard drive that ended in Neil
'nd to Pitka's ridicule
assing Lions, 30-10,
yard pass to Pete Mandley and Eddie
Murray kicked a 36-yard field goal.
The Lions sacked Bear
quarterbacks eight times for 63 yards
and the Bears, who hadn't had a sack
in the two previous games, had three
for 21 yards, two by Richard Dent.
Seahawks 34, Chargers 3
SEATTLE (AP) - Dave Krieg
passed for two touchdowns and ran
for another while Curt Warner had
his second straight 100-yard rushing
game yesterday, leading the Seattle
Seahawks over San Diego 34-3 and
snapping the Chargers' eight-game
22-yard fourth-quarter touchdown
pass to give the New Orleans Saints
a 23-14 victory over the New York
It was the first time in the 21-
year history of the franchise that
New Orleans, 7-3, has won four
consecutive games, and it puts the
Saints one victory away from a first-
ever winning season.
The loss almost certainly
eliminated the defending world
champion Giants, 3-7, from the
chase for a playoff berth and a
successful defense of the title.
The Giants led 14-13 when
linebacker Pat Swilling broke
through and nailed Jeff Rutledge as
he attempted to pass. Rutledge
fumbled, and Dave Waymer
recovered at the Giants' 27.
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and Kevin Butler kicked two field five starts since the NFL players'
goals to give the Bears a 27-10 strike ended, the Seahawks , 7-3, cut
halftime lead and the opportunity to San Diego's lead to one game in the
go into a ball-controlled game in the AFC West. The Chargers dropped to
second half. 8-2 as the Seahawks beat them for
The Bears, coming off a 31-29 the seventh straight time.
loss to Denver Monday night, raised
their record to 8-2 and Detroit fell to Saint& 23, Giants 14
The Lions packed 10 points in NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Bobby
the second period after falling behind Hebert capitalized on a fumble
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