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Women's Swimming
vs. Michigan State
Sunday, 2 p.m.
Canham Natatorium


Women's Gymnastics
vs. Ohio State
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Monday, January 23, 1989

Page 10

MIAMI (AP) - Joe Montana hit
John Taylor with a 10-yard
touchdown pass with 34 seconds left
as San Francisco staked its claim as
lpe Team of the '80s yesterday with
C20-16 victory over Cincinnati in
one of the most dramatic Super
Bowls ever.
The winning score came at the
end of a 92-yard drive, engineered by
Montana, who passed for a Super
Bowl record 357 yards.
MVP Jerry Rice made 12 catches
Or 222 yards, both of which are also
Super Bowl records.
It was the fifth straight win for an
NFC team, but by far the closest.
The previous four had been by an
average score of 41-14.
.It also gave Bill Walsh his third
Super Bowl win in 10 seasons as
49ers coach. It would be a fitting
climax to a career that may end this
week when the 57-year-old Walsh
may announce his resignation as San
Francisco coach.
, The winning drive began after
fitin Breech had kicked his third field
goal of the game, a 40-yarder with
3:20 left, to give the Bengals a 16-
13 lead. A holding call on the
&nsuing kickoff forced the 49ers to
start from their own eight with a
'ittle more than three minutes left.
But Montana, who was 23 of 36,
je;ablished himself as one of the
;great quarterbacks of the decade on
te winning drive. He passed for
eight yards to Rice, nine yards to
tight end John Frank and 17 more to
Rice. Then, he hit Roger Craig for
-15, yards and hit Rice for another 27
yards over the middle.
After an eight-yard pass to Craig,
ae hit Rice for 10 yards to set up the
winning score to Taylor.
The game that was supposed to
e a shootout - featuring the
league's two most prolific offenses
- went the first 44 minutes and 26
*is~onds without a touchdown.
Then came two touchdown's
within 91 secos is.
After Mike Cofer's 32-yard field
goal tied the game, 6-6, for San
Francisco with 50 seconds left in the
third quarter, Stanford Jennings took
the kickoff 93 yards for a score,
racing untouched through the San
Francisco defense until Terry Greer
fripped him as he fell over the goal
But the 49ers, whose offense had
suttered, suddenly came to life,
going 85 yards in just four plays to
tie the score at 13-13.





wrong tree

As the Michigan hockey team
rolls into the stretch drive of the
CCHA season, it can look at the
standings and find a little elbow
After last weekend's sweep of
the Ferris State Bulldogs, 3-1 and
4-1, the fourth-place Wolverines
find themselves only one point
behind Illinois-Chicago and two
points behind second-place Lake
"There's still a long way to go
(in the season)," Michigan coach
Red Berenson said. "We have six
of our remaining eight games on
the road, so what we do from here
on in is crucial. But at least
we've given ourselves a chance to
finish in the top four."
LOOKING over its shoulder,
Michigan (11-9-3 CCHA, 13-11-
3 overall) finds Bowling Green
five points back and the Bulldogs
in the dust, eight points behind.
"Those teams are not sitting
still. I mean we've got to battle
with Bowling Green and Chicago
at this point," Berenson said.
Ferris State, (9-14-1, 12-14-2)
entered Yost Ice Arena antsy,
looking to catch the Wolverines,
but the Michigan defense
smothered the Bulldogs and their
hopes of tying Michigan.
In Friday night's victory,
Michigan goalie Warren Sharples
made only 12 saves all night,
two of which were clearing shots
that happened to land on net. All
night, Bulldog shots were
constantly poke-checked away or
deflected by diving Wolverines.
whole team played really strong.
Really, I wasn't called upon to
make any great saves," Sharples
said. "Every save I did have to
make was a routine save. It's nice
to have some of those evenings

Michigan captain Todd Brost closes in on Ferris State goalie Mike Williams during Friday night's 3-1
Wolverine victory. The Wolverines completed a sweep of Ferris State on Saturday. night to solidify their grip

on fourth place in the
every now and then."
Jim Ballantine opened the
scoring Friday, deflecting a Doug
Evans shot from the point past
Bulldog goalie Mike Williams.
Lately, Ballantine and Evans
have been munching their pre-
game meals together. "I think
we're going to keep this up as a
tradition," Ballantine said.
"Because last game we ate
together, too, and I had two goals
in the game."
AFTER Randy Robertson
tied the game, first-year player
Denny Felsner, who has
personally victimized Ferris State
in his rookie season, took over.
With five minutes left in the
second period, Bulldog
defenseman Bill Thomas had the

Central Collegiate Hockey Association.
puck 10 feet in front of his own Shar
net when Felsner just smacked Satur
him. goal,
In an incredible individual net. S
effort, Felsner then proceeded to outse
steal the puck from Thomas and him
slap it past a surprised Williams. Sharp
"From right behind the net, "(i
(Thomas) came up in front of the stron
goal," Felsner said. "He was kind the fi
of tired, I noticed he was differ
sluggish, so I just hit him and point
the puck was laying right there." W
Felsner's three weekend points saves
brings his total against Ferris Helbc
State this year to nine. each
Ted Kramer finished out the mark
scoring at 14:02 of the third seaso
period, icing the Wolverine score
victory. T
ON FRIDAY night, a thr

pies rested in goal, so on
day night he was fantastic in
saving 33 of 34 shots on
harples was tested from the
t, as Ferris State barraged
with 18 first-period shots.
ples saved them all.
Ferris State) really came out
g and took it away from us
rst period. Sharples was the
rence in the game at that
," Berenson said.
hile Sharples was making
s, Williams wasn't. The
er brothers, Tim and Mike,
scored first-period goals,
ing the third time this
n in which the brothers have
d in the same game.
odd Copeland gave Michigan
e-goal lead at 16:18 of the

second period. Copeland skated
toward the goal from the left side,
faked out his defender countless
times and scored. While the
defender was near Copeland at the
net, he left his socks out by the
blue line.
Rod Schluter netted Ferris
State's only goal, and Felsner
finished the scoring for the
While Berenson was pleased,
with his team's performance this
weekend, he is concerned with the
rest of the season.
"It was a good weekend and we
just have to play with a little
consistency. We've got to play
better than .500 hockey for the
last eight games of the season,"
Berenson said.


'#+ * +W *,tO "4

Ickey Woods, famed running back and dancer of the
Cincinnati Bengals, is now making his impact on
hockey. After Michigan defeated Ferris State, 4-1,
Saturday to complete a weekend sweep of its CCHA
rival, Todd Copeland, Alex Roberts, and Doug Evans
performed the Ickey Shuffle.
"It was an attempt at the Ickey Shuffle," corrected
Todd Copeland. "I can't say it was as good as Ickey
"We practiced it last (Friday) night. I said to
myself, 'If I score a goal today, I'm going to do the
Ickey Shuffle.' I scored the goal, but I was laughing
too hard I couldn't do the Ickey Shuffle. I saw Al
(Roberts) on the bench going like this (waving his
arms) telling me to do the Ickey Shuffle. I couldn't do
it. So we kinda did something at the end. It didn't even
resemble it."
Copeland and crew have another week to perfect the
moves before facing Ohio State next weekend - in
the state which made Ickey famous.
returned to action this weekend for the Wolverines,
seeing his first action since a Dec. 17 knee injury. He


with 'Shuffle'
was welcomed back to the ice by facing his brother,
first-year forward Kelly Sorensen of the Bulldogs. It
was the first time the two squared off against each
On Friday, Kelly set up Ferris State's only goal
when he moved around his brother and fed Randy
Robertson for the score. But it was Mark who had the
last laugh.
"We always criticize each other about who has the
better team, but I guess after this weekend, I can say I
have the better team. It was quite an experience to play
against my own brother."
Both Sorensen's wear the No. 3 on their uniforms
and on Saturday the two punished each other with
some tough hits. The Michigan Sorensen got the
better of the action, knocking his brother hard to the
ice. "I was just trying to get all the old frustrations,
aggravations, manipulations over the past years out,"
Mark said. "We were always fighting when we were
younger since we are so close in age."
Were the hard hits reserved just for his brother?
"No, not really," Mark said. "I had to do my job.
But we ran into one another and I like to give him the
little extra hit."

Michigan Staff 19 4 1 39
Lake Superior St. 13 b 3 29
Illinois-Chicago 13 9 2 28
MICHIGAN 12 9 3 27
BawlingGreen 11 13 0 22
Ferris State 9 14 1 19
Weste Michigan 7 10 5 19
Ohio State 7 12 3 17
Miami (Ohio) 4 18 0 8
Michigan's remaining games: Ohio
State (2); Western Michigan (2);
Notre Dame (2); Michigan State
(2); Miami (2).

l Caps
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - Joe
Kocur scored an unassisted goal with
57 seconds remaining yesterday t
lift the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-3
victory over the Washingtonr
Kocur picked up a loose puck
near the Washington blue line;
jumped over a check by capitals
defenseman Grant Ledyard, and put a
wrist shot from the left faceoff circle
just inside the right goalpost.
The Red Wings, who snapped a
three-game losing streak, had the
score at 3-3 on a goal by Dave Barr
with 5:49 remaining. Skating across
the Capitals blue line, Barr faked
past Washington defenseman Scott
Stevens, moved to the left faceoff
circle and beat goaltender Pete
Peeters for his 15th goal of the
For the Capitals, the loss was
their third straight at home after an
11-game unbeaten streak at the
Capital Centre.
Celtics top Pistons r
BOSTON (AP) -- Robert Parish
scored 12 points and Danny Ainge
10 during a 39-point third period
yesterday as the Boston Celtics
broke open a close game en route to
112-99 victory over the Detroit
Kevin McHale and Reggie Lewis
had six points apiece and Dennis
Johnson five in the decisive burst
which ended Detroit's three-game'
winning streak while handing the
Pistons a sixth consecutive road
McHale led the Celtics with 27
points. Parish had 22, Lewis 21,

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