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Women's Basketball
vs. Purdue
Friday, 8 p.m.
Crisler Arena
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BY TAYLOR LINCOLN
SPECIAL TO THE DAILY
-; COLUMBUS - The hockey
team extended its winning streak to
six games, its longest since the
S980-81 season, sweeping Ohio
State on the road this weekend, 5-4
and 7-3.
In the last three weeks, Michigan
hias launched itself from fifth-place
into a second-place tie in the Central
Collegiate Hockey Association.
"This is the best I've felt about a
total team effort for a 60 minute
game," coach Red Berenson said after
the sweep. "We got the goaltending,
defense, offense and the work ethic."
Friday night, senior forward Jeff
Urban opened the scoring with his
fi-st goal of the season. It was the
fourth time in the last five games
that the fourth-line of Urban, Tim
Helber and Kent Brothers scored
Michigan's first goal.
Denny Felsner, who was
yesterday named co-CCHA player of
:the week, put a rebound of an Alex
:Roberts shot in to put Michigan up
2.0. Then Rob Brown scored a short-

SPORTS
Monday, January 30, 1989

Men's Basketball
vs. Michigan State
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Crisler Arena

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tend winning streak to six

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handed goal on a breakaway,
slipping the puck just inside the
upper cross-bar to give Michigan a
three-goal lead.
But Ohio State fought back.
Ohio State right-winger Dan
Wilhelm scored midway through the

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second period to tie the game 3-3.
MICHIGAN goalie Warren
Sharples claimed that the puck
should have been whistled dead
before the goal and flipped the puck
into the stands.
Sharples was charged with a
delay-of-game penalty for his
protest, giving Ohio State an
opportunity to take the lead on the
ensuing power play. But instead it
was Felsner who scored on a pass
from Brown exactly as the Buckeye
power play ended.
Felsner proceeded to score his
third goal of the game early in the
third period to increase Michigan's
lead to 5-3. The goal gave Felsner
his first career hat trick, Todd Brost
his 100th assist and proved to be the
game winner.
OHIO STATE scored to pull
within 5-4 with just over a minute
remaining and made threats to tie but
was unsuccessful.
"It was another game that could
have gone either way and we found a
way to win it," Berenson said.

Saturday night, Jeff Urban and his
fourth-line provided us with a sense
of d6ja vu. As he had the night
before, Urban scored on the fourth
line's first shift giving Michigan a
1-0 lead.
"Right now Tim, Kent and I
have been just clicking and having a
lot of early chances," Urban said.
"At the beginning of the game,
we're ready to bust out."
FELSNER and Don Stone were
next to score, but this time the
Wolverines didn't squander their lead.
The Buckeyes pulled within 3-1 late
in the second period and kept the
pressure on, but Sharples staved off
the Buckeye threats.
Ted Kramer, Moes, Brost and
Alex Roberts scored in succession at
the beginning of the third to put the
game away.
"The score was indicative of the
play," Ohio State coach Jerry Welsh
said. "We were dominated last night
too, but the score wasn't run up.
"I thought they played the best
game against us that I've coached in
this building."

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Wrestling
Continued from Page 1
Iowa jumped out to an 8-0 lead
after victories by conference's top
ranked 118 and 126-pounders, Steve
Martin and Tom Brands.
THE 134 matchup between John
Fisher and Iowa's Joe Melchiore, the
o.1 and No.2 ranked wrestlers
nationally was highly anticipated.

Melchiore stunned Fisher last year
at the NCAA championships, 14-4.
In what may have been the turning
point in the meet, Fisher defeated
Melchiore, 9-5.
Michigan came back with the
remainder of its, "Murderers Row":
Larry Gotcher (142), Sam Amine
(150), Joe Pantaleo (158), and Mike
Amine (167).
Gotcher won by default when his
opponent suffered a hyper-extended

shoulder injury. Pantaleo pinned
Mark Reiland in 33 seconds. They
each earned Michigan six team
points.
THE AMINES each earned
Michigan four team points with
superior decisions, giving Michigan
a 23-8 lead.
"It's a great win for Michigan,"
said Bahr. "We finished fourth at the
Virginia Duals and we thought we

were a better team than that. But all
this really proves is that with seven
weeks to go in the season we are the
better team."
Gable, who had not lost a Big Ten
dual meet in his 13 years as Iowa's
coach, added: "Michigan is a fine
team. I'd say that Michigan has a
great chance (of winning the Big Ten
title) if Iowa stays the way they are.

JESSI.A UREENE /Doly
Michigan's Louis Ball swings into action against Ohio
State Saturday night.

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When a team made up of pri-
marily first-year athletes takes on a
team made up of veterans and
ranked number one in the nation, a
straight out win may not be a
practical goal.
Thus, when the Michigan men's
gymnastics team lost to Ohio State
by ten points Saturday night at
Crisler Arena in the first coed meet
of the year, sixth-year coach Bob
Darden viewed the loss more as an
11-point improvement over last
week's performance than a
devastating loss.
Likewise, when the Michigan
women's gymnastics team lost to
the OSU women's squad by three
points, Coach Dana Kempthorn
expressed satisfaction about the fact
that the team attained an overall
score of 180 points.
"I'm really pleased with the
180," Kempthorn said. "It's good
because we need to be up in the 183

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point area going into (the Big Ten
Championships) in late March. If
we can gradually maintain and keep
increasing in our team score we
should be ready for that."
Although Darden coaches a team
in which seven of his nine starters
are "fresh faces," or without real
previous collegiate experience, he
saw much progress in his team's
performance in their fourth meet of
the year.
"I think there was just a better
attitude from the team. They're
developing a lot more confidence in
themselves and in the team,"
Darden said.
The men's team will travel to
Illinois this weekend to take on the
defending Big Ten champion Illini,
while the women's team goes to
Minnesota, competing against a
Gopher team which has been
scoring comparably to the Mich-
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