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Women's Basketball
vs. Western Michigan
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

Monday, December 5, 1988

Men's Basketball
vs. University of Tampa
Tonight, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily




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with two d
BOSTON - It was no tea party for the Michigan "Our per
hockey team this weekend in Boston. They dropped A Robe
two non-league games to Boston College, 5-3, and much is we
Boston University, 9-3. uc clos
The turning point for the weekend came Friday they called
against Boston College late in the third period. In the THE
span of 34 seconds, Michigan's chance at a successful advantage
eastern outing was ridden out of town faster than Paul coach Jack
Revere could warn of a British invasion. "I think ou
Sophomore right wing Kent Brothers, who earlier keys to this
in the period had tied the score at three when he Despite
knocked a centering pass from Mike Moes in the net, play, B.U. I
was sent to the penalty box with only 2 minutes 45 were really
seconds left to play. Ten seconds later, Alex Roberts they move
went to the box for hooking, meaning Michigan meetings t
would play two players short. used it. The
THE EAGLES' David Emma took advantage of goal line on
the situation 15 seconds later, scoring his sixth goal of tonight."
the season. Then, only nine seconds after that, Steve Roberts
Scheifele put the game out of reach when he sent a "an embarr
high shot from inside the left circle past Wolverine say so muc
goaltender Timmy Keough. TODD
The "Battle at B.C." was over. season, Mik
And the redcoats had won. recorded his
"It's a tough way for the game to end," Michigan Saturda3
coach Red Berenson said. "The second penalty (to bombarded
Roberts) put us behind the eight-ball. The penalties Mike Ke
might have been warranted, they might not have been. the year, a
Hey, you're going to run into some adversity and Terriers to
you've got to rise above it." league.)
Brothers admitted what he did warranted a holding "That's
penalty but added: "It's a good call, but when it's 3-3, big differe
a good game, the fans were into it, the referee's job is emotion, wt
to stay out of the game. I think he's gotta put (his a big win fo
whistle) in his back pocket sometimes." Michiga
KEOUGH turned away 29 shots in suffering his CCHA).
first collegiate defeat. "We were a little shook up after B.U. le
the referee gave them a five on three at the end," he smattering
said. "But they came right away with two goals in a After Kelfei
span of 10 seconds." opened wit
After Friday comes Saturday, and on this night the five-on-thre
Wolverines were whisked away like a Guillermo Sharples fro
Hernandez fastball in Fenway Park. Boston University, Then Mi
spurred by a third-period five-goal explosion, upended lifting a bg
Michigan, 9-3. scored an u
Michigan, which entering this weekend had yielded the scoring
only 11 powerplay goals in 71 chances, a .160 sending a ro
percentage, allowed their opponents nine out of a Walter Brow
Tankers feel the heat
of Sun Devils at meet

tns 'M'9
power play goals this weekend.
malty killing was terrible," said defenseman
rts, who himself spent 10 minutes in the
eekend. "Out here, they call everything so
r. You can't say we got bad calls because
it on them too."
TERRIERS killed off a 5-3 Michigan
late in the second period, a feat that B.U.
Parker called the turning point in the game.
r power play and penalty killing were the
game," Parker added.
being worried about Michigan's power
killed six of seven Wolverine chances. "We
concerned about their power play, because
so well," Parker said. "We had two
oday to work on it, but they never really
ey had been sending two players behind the
n the powerplay, but they never did it much
called Michigan's worst loss of the year
assment. Everybody's upset. You can only
BROST tallied his ninth goal of the
ke Moes scored his seventh, and Billy Jaffe
s first of the season.
y's goaltender, Warren Sharples, was
with 51 shots on goal, turning aside 42.
elfer picked up his 14th and 15th goals of
and contributed two assists to move the
5-6-1 on the year (4-4-1 in the Hockey East
as good as we can play," Kelfer said. "The
nce for us is we played with a lot of
hich we didn't do earlier in the year. This is
or us."
in fell to 7-6-3 overall (7-4-3 in the
d, 4-2, after two periods, but then a
of B.U. goals put the game out of reach.
r scored at 2:30 of the third, the flood gates
h 10 minutes to go. Tom Dion scored a
e power-play goal when he pushed one past
om five feet in front of the Michigan goal.
ike Lappin broke in on Sharples left side,
ack-hander past him. David Tomlinson
nassisted goal, and Ian Wood rounded out
with another five-on-three power play goal
owdy crowd of 3,064 home happy from the
n Arena.

Bi ti

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... gets first NFL start
win a
Echoes can still be heard bouncing
off the walls of the Canham
Natatorium in celebration of the
Michigan men's swim team victory.
Michigan (828.5 points) hosted
Tennessee (808.5), Oakland (841.5),
Eastern Michigan (382.5), Miami of
Ohio (208.0), and Northwestern
(94.0) at the first Michigan Co-ed
Swimming and Diving Invitational.
Michigan swimmer Zeb Esselstyn
thought the meet was beneficial for
the team. "It was a good indication of
where we are right now; it was a
good way to get psyched up for the
whole team."
On Friday, Michigan's Eric
Namesnik and Scott Ryan captured
first and second place in the 500-yard
See Home, Page 13

Harbaugh to
The wait is over.
Tonight Michigan football fans
finally will be able to watch former
Wolverine hero Jim Harbaugh prove
himself. He will lead the Chicago
Bears against the L.A. Rams, in his
first pro starting assignment, on
national television.
And Harbaugh will be up to it.
"It's everything you could want in a
game - two good teams playing on
Monday night," he said. "It's a big
game. This is really what the most
meaningful challenges in life are
about. I'm looking forward to it."
LAST WEEK Harbaugh was
thrust into the position at the end of
the first half against Green Bay when
second-string quarterback Mike
Tomczak suffered a seperated
shoulder. With first-string quarter-
back Jim McMahon recovering from
a bruised knee, Harbaugh was named
this week's starter.
Since being drafted in the first
round a year and a half ago, HarbaughI
has only thrown 41 passes. He has. -
accepted the role of being a second-
and third-stringer and has seen the
backstage experience as beneficial..
"It's been a learning process," he
said. "I think that I've improved a lot
since coming out of college. Therei
were some things I needed to do with
my technique. But I think I've come
a long way in that respect."1
currently an assistant coach at Pitt,I
feels that Jim has been able to;
positively relate his experiences as a
Wolverine to his role as a Bear.
"He's been through this before,"
Jack said. "Jim was redshirted as ai
freshman and it was a while before he
made it to the starting position at
Michigan. I think he's correlated the
two experiences."7
There will be no predictions or
guarantees reminiscent of his Ohio

lead Bears
State prophecy of 1986. He is too
wrapped in the task at hand .
"Basically all I really think about
is doing anything I can to help
contribute to the win," Harbaugh
said. "To be honest, I'm just going
to be concentrating on each play as it
comes and just doing my best."
Although skeptics would doubt
the ability of a third-string
quarterback to step in and lead a
team, Harbaugh remains confident of
himself at the offensive helm.
"I've got 10 other guys around me
who are really good players. And
with the way the defense has been
playing, anybody would be confident.
With those guys around, I just have
to do my job."
Jack attributed this sense of
camraderie to Jim's experience at
Michigan. "He's always been a team
guy, that's one thing that Bo
instilled in him. He gave Jim that
team concept."
HARBAUGH never questioned
his character; he wondered more
about his ability. "I never thought I
would be good enough to play
professional football when I was
younger. When you're a little kid,
you never think you're going to
grow tall enough to play professional
But his father voiced a different
opinion. "One thing about Jim, he
had a tremendous imagination. In the
fall, he visualized playing in the
NFL; in the winter, he saw himself
as a basketball player; and in the
spring, he pictured himself in the
World Series."
And how about Jim Harbaugh's
future in the NFL after tonight?
"I can't think about that stuff," he
said. "If I play well, I get to start
some more games. However many, it
really doesn't matter, because the
only thing that is important now is
Monday night."

- - .-

Do Supremely

On Your Finals!!

The Michigan women's
swimming team decided to throw a
party last weekend. Everything was
perfect - big crowds, spirited teams,
and a new facility in the Canham
Natatorium. Too bad the guests had
to spoil it for them.
The first annual Michigan
Swimming and Diving Invitational
ended with the Wolverines finishing
in third place, behind sixth-ranked
Arizona State University and the
seventh-ranked University of

Arizona State coach Tim Hill was
impressed with his team's
performance. "I'm very, very
pleased," Hill said. "I'm a little
surprised. Our swimmers swam
better than I thought they would
According to Hill, his team
traveled to Ann Arbor with the
purpose of setting NCAA qualifying
times in the relay events. Some
Wolverines, however, felt Arizona
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