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October 28, 1979 - Image 9

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Icers continue streak,
down Duluth 6-4

By GARY LEVY
The Michigan icers are out to prove
that this year's fast start is by no means
a fluke: And last night's 6-4 Wolverine
victory over the University of Min-
nesota-Duluth was a definite indication
of this.
Instead of collapsing after losing a
three goal lead and falling behind by a
goal in the second period, the
Wolverines kept their composure, tying
the score and finally capturing their
fourth straight game with a solid final
period.
"WE'RE OFF to a good start, a
better start than last year," said
Wolverine coach Dan Farrell, "More
important, though, we proved we can
play come from behind and play good
defense when we have to."
The deciding goal came at 13:05 in the
third period when sophomore Steve
Richmond fired a shot from just inside
the blue line, with the puck skipping
past Bulldog goalie Ron Erickson,
giving Michigan a 5-4 lead.
The Wolverines put the icing on the
cake minutes later when freshman
Brad Tippet scored on picture perfect
passes from Murray Eaves and Roger
Bourne making the final score 6-4.
MICHIGAN ONCE again struck
quickly in the first period as it has in its
other games, scoring three times in the
first period.
Eleven seconds after a Duluth

penalty, senior Dan Lerg slapped in a
rebound of a Tim Manning slapshot at
2:54. Less than two minutes later, the
Wolverines scored, thanks to a misplay
by Duluth goalie Bill Perkl. Michigan
had dumped the puck into Duluth's end
and Perkl skated out to the puck and
simply fanned it. Meanwhile, freshman
Julio Van Biesbruck raced down the
left wing, picking up the puck and
guiding it into the wide open unattended
Duluth net making the score 2-0.
Then, at 10:40, freshman scoring sen-
sation Bruno Baseotto was Johnny on
the spot, knocking in a rebound of a

Lerg slapshot during a power play.
DULUTH RETALIATED at 14:24,
scoring on a power play goal by Bill
Oleksuk, cutting the lead to 3-1.
The second period was nearly a com-
plete turnaround as Duluth took advan-
tage of Michigan penalties, scoring
consecutive power play goals by Oleksuk
and Scott Carlston, evening the score at
3-3.
Duluth took the lead at 9:35 when
Gregg Moore scored on a slapshot after
a scramble for the puck.
But the Wolverines did not fold.
Michigan came back and tied the score
at 14:35 when Eaves fired the puck past
Erickson on a two on one breakaway.
The Michigan victory places the icers
atop the WCHA standings. at 2-0.

Fifteen year old Soon Rai Lee, veteran of the 1978 Asian Games, will be one of several Korean gymnasts compet-
ing against Michigan at Crisler Arena today'he Korean team starts its tour in Ann Arbor and plans to compete
at five other universities throughout the Great Lakes area. The South Korean team, although relatively young,
shows competance, and Michigan Women's gymnastics coach Sheri Hyatt comments, "If we can beat this
team, we can beat anyone." This meet opens the season for both the men's and women's gymnastics season.
See the action live, at Crisler, at 2:00 p.m. today,

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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

Penn St. harriers outrun Blue

Bedeviled Bulldogs

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Lerg (Maning, Eaves) 2:54; 2.
M-Van Briesbruck (Richmond)4:33; 3. M-Baseot-
to (Lerg. Eaves i10:40: 4. UMD-Cariston (Oleksuk,
Kulyk/ 14:27.
Penalties: UMD-Cleveland (tripping>2:43.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 5. UMD-Oleksuk (Hendrickson, Lempe)
3:16: 6. UMD-Cariston, (Kulyk, Palmer> 8:24; 7.
L'MJ)-Moore (Caristom, Graveni 9:35:8. M-Eaves
(Blum, Bourne 14:35.
Penalties: M-Ilrandrup .(interference 1 2:41:

M-Lerg (charging) 7:16: UMD-lIendrickson (in.
terierence, 15:08.
THIRDPERIOD}
Scoring: 9. M-Richmond (Tippett, Todd; 13:05:
10. M-Tippett (Bourne. Eaves) 16:53.
Penalties: M-Milburn (hooking) 1:18;
UMD-Madson (hooking i 19; M-Lerg
(roughing) 19:39.
SAVES

Penn State's harriers, ranked fourth
in the nation in the pre-season polls,
proved their strength in the Central
Collegiate cross country champion-
ships held yesterday at Western
Michigan, finishing atop the Michigan
runners. by a score of 34-58.
In spite of the loss, outstanding per-
formances on the part of the Wolverines
sparked a note of encouragement to
Coach Ron Warhurst.
Dan H eikkinen continued his
dominance, finishing second in 23:54 for
the 8000-meter course. Freshman Brian
Deimer proved to be a great surprise,
surging to a third place finish in 24:09.
"Brian ran super, he's running
great," said Warhurst. "He keeps im-
proving and improving." Michigan
rounded out its scoring with Bary
Pourenteau (13th), Dan Beck (16th)
and Dave Lewis (24th).
The harriers take to the hills and
roads this week in preparation for the
Big Ten showdown between Wisconsin,
Indiana and the Wolverines, on Satur-
day in Columbus.
Kuhn bans Maus
NEW YORK-Willie Mays is set to
make a deal with a gambling firm, but
Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn
has told him that if he does so, he must
sever his tied with baseball, the sport
he played with an excellence that ear-
ned him a niche in the Hall of Fame.
Mays, currently under contract to the
New York Mets, is scheduled to an-

nounce at a news confeience here Mon-
day that he has signed' a 10-year
agreement to do publicrelations work
for Bally Manufacturing Corporation, a
game-machine maker.
Appraised of the deal, Kuhn sent a
telegram to Mays Friday telling him he,
could not work for both baseball and
Bally.
See page 10 for more coverage of
yesterday's sports, including
Michigan's exciting win over In-
diana.
"Accordingly, while I am not happy
at the prospect of losing your par-
ticipation in baseball, I must request
that you promptly disassociate yourself
from your contract with the New York
Mets. I am informed the Mets are
prepared to relieve you of any further
obligations under that contract."
Kuhn has long held that assocation by
baseball personnel with gamblers and
gambling is not in baseball's best in-
terests.
Mays has served recently as a part-
time coach and public relations
representative for the Mets and has two
years to go on a contract with the
ballclub.
Huskies 'punter k'gal
SEATTLE 'AP) - Fears that the
Washington Huskies might be forced to

forfeit two 1979 Pacific-10 Conference
victories dissolved yesterday when the
Pac-o Council ruled that the Huskies'
No.1 punter is an eligible player.
Mike Wilson, University of
Washington sports public information
officer, said yesterday that conference
officials decided punter Rick
Camarillo's participation as a walk-on
in UCLA football practices in the fall of
1977 did not violate Pac-10 or National
Collegiate Athletic Conference rules
since he never enrolled or attended
classes at the California school.
The ruling cleared the way for
Camarillo to play in Saturday's
regionally televised football game with
the UCLA Bruins.
Camarillo had been left behind in
Seattle when the Washington players
flew to Los Angeles with junior Aaron
Wilson as Camarillo's replacement.E
But the Washington spokesman said
Camarillo was booked on a late-
morning flight from Seattle and was
expected to play yesterday afternoon.

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NOTRE DAME'S Ty Barber (12) cuts the corner with South Carolina
defender W. T. Williams (72) in close pursuit during yesterday's game at
South Bend. The Irish had a tough time with underdog South Carolina, but
managed an 18-17 victory.

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