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The Michigan Daily, 1979-12-01

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leers wh ip
By GARY LEVY l
The fans flocked down to Yost Arena
last night for the contest between
Michigan and rival Michigan State, and "W RELY tgend u
the -,Wolverine icers didn't .disappoint WE ton Yightne ad are l"
them, responding with a decisive 7-2 wl oih, si arl."
victory over the outmanned Spartans.2' overall team defense was pretty goa
Before the season's largest crowd, In the first and second periods, Frick
announced at 5,125, the Wolverines, only had to make five or six saves,
behind a- toughened defense, the fine the defense had to have done a go
goaltending of Paul Fricker and the of- jb
fensive firepower of Murray Eaves The Michigan coach also thought th
outhu~stled the opponents from East Fricker had an outstanding night int
Lansing. nets, as he made 28 saves and permr
Anid Michigan coach Dan Farrell was ted only two Spartan goals.
obviusl prud f hs sqad' pef o <"Fricker played very well tonigl
obiusypru o i sud' er r especially at the end of the third peri
FIRSTPERID Eaes Erupts
FIRST ERIODberg, Manning) 6:36; 8. M-Baseotto (Richmoi
Scoring: 1. M--Speers (Eaves, Tippett) 12:00: 14:54: 9. MSU--Welch (Lynett, Huesitng) 18:18.
2. M -Lerg (Blum, Eaves), 19:43. Penalties: MSU-Leiter (interference) 2:
Penaltis: MSU-Lelter (cross-checking) 8:;18; M-Perry (cross-checking) 6:13; MSU-Lyn
MSU,-.Sutton (holding) 13:01; M-Lundberg (hold- (high-sticking) 6:13; MSU-Clifford (double rou
ing) I:0I: MSU-Shutt (interference) 18:55. ing) 8:31.; M-Tippett (roughing) 8:31; M-BI
SECOND PERIOD (hooking) 10:54; M-Lerg (hooking) 15:40;:
Scoring; 3. MSU-Omiccioli (Lynett, Leiter) Tippett (playing with a broken stick) 16:38;3
1:33; 4. M-Blum (Eaves, Lerg) 12:35. Blum (interference) 17:29; M-Fricker (slashii
Penalties: MSU-Gottwald (interference) 12:14. 17: 29.
THIRD PERIOD SAVES
Scoring: 5, M-Eaves (Brennan) 4:01; 6. M- Fricker(M) ..................7 5 16-
Tippett (Eaves, Speers) 6:03; 7. M-Milburn (Lund- Beland (MSU)................ 5 14 7-

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when we were shorthanded two players
and he gave up only one goal," said
Farrell. "He made a lot of good saves
and that should build up his confiden-
ce."
CENTER MURRAY Eaves
spearheaded Michigan's explosive of-
fense, scoring one goal while adding
four assists, as the icer's capitalized on
Spartan penalties for three power play
goals.
"Eaves had quite a night," said
Farrell. "All of the lines played well
tonight, particularly his (Eaves, Brad
Tippett, and Ted Speers)."
After jumping to an early lead,
Michigan has had the habit of losing its
composure in the second period this
season, and for a minute or so, it looked
like the Wolverines might lose it again.
Michigan led 2=0 after the first period,
but only 1:33 into the second stanza the
Spartans closed the margin to one on a
goal by Joe Omiccioli.

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7-2
began to dominate play, scoring five
unanswered goals until under two
minutes were left to play in the game.
"ANOTHER GOAL for themre would
have made the game quite different,"
said Farrell.
Michigan opened the scoring at 12:00
of the first period when Eaves picked
up the puck at the Spartan blue line and
hit Speers streaking across the right
wing. Speers flicked a wrist shot over
Spartan goalie Doug Bellandl's glove for
the score.
With just 17 seconds remaining in the
period, Michigan scored it.,; first power
play goal on a Dan Ler~g slap shot,
giving the Wolverines a 2-0 lead.
After the Spartan's first goal,
Michigan regained its two-goal lead at
12:25, just 11 seconds after a Michigan
State penalty as Johns Blum shot the
puck into a crowd past Bel land.
SCORES
.WCHA
MICHIGAN 7, Michigan State 2
NBA
Boston 100, 'New York 97
Indiana 99, Washington 91
New Jersey 127, Denver 118
NHL
Hartford 7. Pittsburgh 5
College Basketball
Minnesota 77, Eastern Mich'igain 56
Northwestern 104, Illinois Vvesleyan 71
East Tennessee 78, Wisconsiin-Milwaukee 60
WOLVERINE DEFENSEMAN Tim
Manning (4), who assisted on Mich-
igan's 6th goal last night, hangs with
MSU's Ken Paraskevin in first period
action. Looking on is Blue center
Murray Eaves (17), who scored a
goal and added four assists.

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, December 1, 1979-Page 9
BENITEZ TK O'D

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -Sugar Ray
Leonard knocked down Wilfred Benitez
and stopped him in the closing seconds
of the fight last night to win the World
Boxing Council welterweight cham-
pionship in the richest non-heavyweight
bout ever held.
The two men went toe-to-toe for most
of the final three minutes. Then-with
the clock winding down-Leonard
crashed home a left hook to the jaw that
dropped Benitez in a corner. He got up
quickly but was obviously hurt.

Apliatos Now Rein
Taken for the Position- of
Treasurer of MSA.
There are also openings for position on the
U-Cellar Board. Pick-up Application at MSA
Office, 3909 Michigan Union (763-3241).
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION
IS DEC. 12, 1979

IChampI
Referee Carlos Padilla asked Benitez'
if he was all right and the Puerto Rican
nodded yes. Padilla then waved
Leonard to the attack, and after three'
or four shots to the head, the fight was
halted.
The 26th victory. in Leonard's un-
beaten pro career came a little more
than three years after he won a gold
medal at the Montreal Olympics, and it
set up a "dream" fight between
Leonard and former lightweight cham-
pion Roberto Duran.

But instead of collapsing, the
- 28 Wolverine toughened despite pressure
-26 from Michigan State, and eventually

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