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Women's Basketball
vs. Toledo
Thursday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena
the Michigan Daily

SPORTS

Men's Basketball
vs. Grambling State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

Monday, November 28, 1988

Page 10

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Streakin'

A
Being hos
k
IjY TAYLOR LINCOLN
The Michigan hockey team
dftered last weekend's series against
Western Michigan with a five-game
tinning streak on the road and a
*ve-game winless streak at home.
' Friday's 3-3 tie in Kalamazoo
k~ept the Wolverines unbeaten on the
road. But Saturday's 6-5 loss at Yost
<%ntinued their frustrations at home.
: For want of a couple of inches,
jaturday's 6-5 setback could have
been a 7-6 win. The Wolverines had
t vo scoring chances glance off the
p~ost.
The final chance came in the
game's closing seconds, as a Mike
Moes' wrist shot deflected high off
te right post.
"I just went to the net and the
puck came out front," Moes said. "I
shot it off the goal post and it went
MOES' SHOT was one of
many Wolverine bids to tie the game
in the final minute of play, but
Western goalie Bill Horn fended off
Every attempt, and the Broncos
4kated off with a hard-fought victory.
Hard-fought?
In all, 68 minutes in penalties
vere given, including 30 minutes
tiuring a wide-open first period;
vhich featured long stretches of
three-on-three play.
The Wolverines enjoyed leads of
-0 and 3-1 during the first period.
First-year forward Ted Kramer had
two goals and Brad Turner, who was
Inoved to forward for the game, had
Pis first goal of the season. But
Vestern's Keith Jones and Jeff Green
$cared goals within 31 seconds
wuing the final two minutesof the
period to tie the score at three.
'THE BRONCOS added two
goals in the second period,
ifmproving their lead to 5-3. The
Wolverines had their chances,
including several during a one-
rpinute-17-second span during which
they enjoyed a five-on-three power
1$ay but failed to score.
$ Midway through the third period,
Does found Kent Brothers in front
d1 the Western net. Brothers beat
I5rn high and to his left to pull
V 1chigan within one.
RMinutes later, Jeff Brown stuffed

t ain't great at Yost

We've

done a lot of
hings. We've

good

th

been in every

game,

but
.we

these are games
should have

been able to win.'
-- 'M' hockey coach
Red Berenson
a loose puck into the Broncos' net to
tie the score. But Western's Rob
Pallin answered by rifling a slapshot
past Wolverine goalie Warren
Sharples from the right point. It was
Pallin's first career goal and provided
Western with the margin of victory.
Western coach Bill Wilkinson,
whose team has squandered several
leads this season, was pleased to
pull out a close game. "I think we
played similar to the way we played
(Friday) night," Wilkinson said.
"But tonight we were able to put the
puck in the net and Billy (Horn)
made the big saves at the right
times, especially in the third period."
MICHIGAN COACH Red
Berenson was disappointed in losing
after his team gained momentum in
the third period. "We scored two big
goals that got us back in the game,"
he said. "It was a heart-breaker to
then Armstrong scored again in the
second period. His goal answered a

give up the sixth goal."
Saturday's defeat came on the
heels of a come-from-behind tie
Friday night in a game Western led
almost all the way. The Wolverines
fell behind early when Western
scored on a penalty shot. Western
left winger Bill Armstrong converted
the penalty shot when Michigan
defenseman Jeff Turner covered a
loose puck in the Wolverines'
crease.
Western's leading scorer, Ron
Hoover, added a power-nlav goal.
Michigan goal by defenseman Myles
O'Connor, increasing the Broncos'
lead to 3-1.
But Michigan center Don Stone
scored a short-handed goal with 6:21
remaining to bring the Wolverines
within a goal. With just over four
minutes left, Wolverines goalie Tim
Keough kept the game within reach
with a save against Hoover, who had
a one-on-zero breakaway.
With less than two minutes to
play, O'Connor took the puck at the
red line, maneuvered between two
Western players, and drove a shot off
of Horn's chest. Center Todd Brost
put the rebound in the net to tie the
game.
NEITHER TEAM threatened
in the final minutes or in overtime.
"Coming from behind in the third
period is something we were glad to
do," Berenson said. "We didn't get as
many chances in the third period, but
we made them count. Keough made
some great saves."
For Wilkinson, the tie was a
continuation of the frustrations that
have plagued his team in recent
weeks. "It's tough to accept a tie
when you have a two-goal lead and
you're on a power play with seven
minutes left in your own building,"
he said. "These are the games you
have to win with, not lose or tie
with."
Friday's tie on the road was a
moral victory for the Wolverines,
but Saturday's disappointment
reversed their spirits, as they came
away with only one point for the
second straight weekend and suffered
their second straight one-goal loss at
home.
"We've done a lot of good
things," Berenson said. "We've been
in every game, but these are games
we should have been able to win."

JOHN MUNSON/Daily.
Wolverine forward Glen Rice, shown here against Yugoslavia, scored 29 points in Michigan's
79-75 victory over Memphis State in the semifinals of the Maui Classic.
WOLVERINES LOOK TO LEAVE HAWAII THREE-0:

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q

M'

goes to Maui finale

BY STEVE BLONDER
WITH STAFF REPORTS
Sitting on the Maui beaches,
Michigan guard Kirk Taylor decided
he would be the second guard Bill
Frieder put on his Christmas wish
list, and his play has helped lead
the Wolverines into the Maui
Classic final against Oklahoma.
Taylor stepped in to lead the
Wolverines to a 91-66 victory over
Vanderbilt on Friday and a 79-75
come-from-behind victory against
Memphis State on Saturday.
"Kirk Taylor has been
instrumental in each of those first
two wins," Frieder said. With
Rumeal Robinson in foul trouble,
Taylor was forced to bring the ball
up against the a trapping Memphis
State squad and a Vanderbilt team
that continually pressed.
Senior All-American Glen Rice
led six Wolverines in double
figures against Vanderbilt with 18
points, 15 of them in the first half,

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as Michigan built a 37-19 halftime
lead. Sean Higgins added 17, all in
the second half, while Terry Mills
and Loy Vaught each scored 12.
Michigan came out flat against
Vanderbilt and converted only one
of three free throws.
"We haven't always been mak-
ing sound decisions on the court.
We've been forcing passes and tak-
ing ill-advised shots," Frieder said.
"But those are the kind of problems
you can correct if the kids are
playing hard, and they have been."

During the Wolverines' victory
over Memphis State, Mills and
Higgins spent most of the game on
the bench, watching Michigan
convert only 12 of 22 free throws.
Frieder said "neither was executing.
They weren't doing what it took to
play solid team basketball."
Mills came off the bench to hit
two key jumpers that gave
Michigan a 77-74 lead with 52
seconds left. Higgins converted two
free throws as time wore down to
seal the Michigan victory.
"Vanderbilt was tough because of
their overall team speed and their
ability to put the ball into the
basket. Memphis State was
difficult to handle because of their
strong rebounding game and their
defense," Frieder said. "In the
championship game, we're facing
an Oklahoma team that has all of
those strengths, plus a couple of
great players in Stacy King and
Mookie Blaylock."

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Boomer Esiason completed 17 of 25 passes
for 238 yards and Ickey Woods ran for another
129 yards to lead the Bengals over the AFC
Eastern champion Bills.
The Bengals netted 455 yards against a defense
that had been giving up just 270, best in the
AFC and the second-best in the NFL.
In other games Sunday:
E AGLES 31, CARDINALS 2 1 .
Philadelphia held on to at least a tie for the NFC
East lead as Ron Johnson caught two
touchdowns passes and set up a third in a victory
over Phoenix.
BROWNS 17, REDSKINS 13. Cleveland
virtually ended the playoff hopes of the defending

ngals bou
Super Bowl champions when Ear
27 yards for a touchdown with c
seconds remaining.
JETS 38, DOLPHINS 34.
which had struggled offensively A
last three games, got an NFL-r
downs and a team-record 597
Miami, which lost its fourths
despite five touchdown passes from
S TEELERS 16, CHIEFS
Anderson ended three long scorir
field goals and Merril Hodge score
run as Pittsburgh beat Kansas C
second victory in the last 12 g
Steelers.
FALCONS 17, BUCS 10. Ro

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nest Byner ran Haynes caught a 37-yard touchdown pass while
one minute 49 sliding on a rain-soaked turf in the fourth quarter,
giving Atlanta its victory over Tampa Bay.
New York, BRONCOS 35, RAMS 24. Denver got
while losing its three touchdown passes from John Elway, two of
ecord 39 first them 15 seconds apart in the third quarter, in
yards against defeating Los Angeles. s
straight game 49ERS 48, CHARGERS 10. Sans
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10. Gary Montana threw three touchdown passes, two of
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