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I The Michigan Daily-Sunday, December 9, 1979-Page 9
NINE STRAIGHT A T HOME rm" "- minm - -- - - -"m - mm m
Late icer raily upends Dartmouth c© (go ny ihtion)
Te By GARY LEVY over one minute later at 3:43 when Joe semen. But we went back to using four Dartout took theh lead c-2uopan)
TeWolverine icers had their home Milburn knocked in the puck after a lines and three defensemen. DatotIoktela - na
an nncofrec ubetn teasscramble in front of the Dartmouth net. "Dartmouth did a odjbajsig unassisted goal by Ric Mellum, which '
on the line heading into last night's con- Then, at 13:52, Michigan took its only to our style of play tonight, and also got Varvari misplayed badly, almost asCar-uanFREDlv y
lead of the game when Billy Reid much better gatnng"ctiud though he never saw it.Car O tan FREDlv y
test against. Dartmouth. And for two gatnig otne
periods, it looked as though the streaks scored the game-winning goal with the Farrell. FT THI PONT Farl had see FREE 2 LAG PEPS IS i
might come to an end. But the icers icers applying pressure, blasting shot FOR A CHANGE, Michigan did not A HSPIT arl a en- --~m-E
staged a dramatic third period after shot at the Dartmouth goalie. jump out to the early lead. Instead, it enough of Varvari and replced him with 'With any medium or large pizza
comeback, earning a hard-fought 8-5 With the comeback victory, the icers was Dartmouth which dominated. the Paul Fricker, who finished with an out- (OTFRGE ofor yor r PesiTHENUR pacSo.rdr
victory over the Big Green..srakt play, taking a 2-0 lead. The Big Green standing game, according to Farrell.
Trailing 5-3 after two periods, the __________________ took advantage of a Michigan penalty 'TakYufryu uiestruhu h
Wolverines had their work cut out for at 5:38 when .Mark Ardagna scored an "He came in cold and played very year. We would like to wish you good luckM
Andi the topeeveter tek. o or prt e aicerssitd olonamspa y wel edaeiiteeandewan n teier int waste any time. At " Wolverine goalie Rudy Varvari. Ar- ready to play," said Farrell. As for the on all of your exams and an enjoyable Christ
2:32, )'an Lerg notched his second goal dagna scored his second goal of the reason he removed Varvari, Farrell I mas break. See you in January!;
of the game, cutting Dartmouth's lead nine and their non-conference unbeaten game less than four minutes later on a said, "Two of the goals he gave up were 546 PACKARD at HILL--665-6005 t n.BuoBsot ktdars ta osx w-noebekaansotn h eypol lyd o a' ieu
the blue line, dropping the puck off to "WE FINALLY started to play in the puck past asprawling Varvari. goals like that and expect to win. It's LmnumM O..NDAY SATUR..m4mmm.UAYu.4-!mam
Gordie Hampson, who pitched a fia eid"si ihgnCahDn But Michigan stormed back with two just like a pitcher who has lost his edge. bauiflasjstwihiteeahfinlerodsidMihianCochDagalbfoehepeio'sen._t_3:8_eeesnhrwigemanteat
batflpsjstwtithrecofFarrell. gorals befoesh period's end Atev 35 te keep on troin 'em and t bant-
Lerg, pushing it past Dartmouth goalie Farrell attributed the team's troubles Mury Eae asdpc u oSee tr ep onhtig 'e.Yujso'
tob andt xprmn Richmond near the blue line, who slap- know when the bad goals will stop."
THE ICERS tied the score a little tried using three lines and four defen- ped it past Dartmouth's Gaudet. Then
Michigan's dynamic power play line of Michigan again tied the score onavs anaaeto once G o o d , News!
EaeLerg, an/aeto once goal by Lerg, but Dartmouth scored thee
Clasp= calf on its first opportunity of the game as final two goals of the period before the
FiS EIDhighsticking) 3:3:i M-Baseotto (highhtiking Eaves tied the score at 18:02. Wolverines staged their third period ANNOUNCING
13:12: D-Flanigan (highsticking) 13:12: M- The second period was again a comeback.
Scoring: i. D-Arvagna. i::37; 2. 1)-Arvagna Blumn (initerference) 13:18. problem for. the icers as Dartmouth ,
!Murphy. McCutrheon) 9: 0: 3. M-Rich mond
180.scoring: 9. M-Lerg (lam~pson. Baseotto) 2:32: lead, to 12-4 overall, 6-4 in conference E XT ENDED
Penalties: M-Reid (elbowing) 1:1l: M1-Ramp- 10. M-Milburn (Richmond, Reid) 3:43: tl. M-lay.
son (tripping) 4:58:.1)-Flanigan ((-harging) (6:35a. Reid (Perry, Todd) 13:58.
Penalties: Mi-Reid (interference) 8:17: D)-R. ______
.9EVOND)PERIOD, Wilson (interference) 10:38.
Scorin~g; 5 D-MKellum, 7:01: 6. M-Ixerg (Baseot- SAVES
to). liampson) 8:20: 7. I)-McLaughlin (O)'Brien, 1 2 3 TN ihHor
4:M8 -iuker ()................6 3 { I1Ie v c until 10".45 P
Penalties: M-Speers (elbowing) 2:13: M-Lerg Ga udet (DD)) ...............6 a 3 1 is Ser ic PM
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