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Fridy, eptmbe 29 197 TH MIHIGN DILYPage Nine.

Friday, September 29; 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press
MOSCOW - Paul Henderson
scored a goal with 34 seconds left
to give team Canada a 6-5 victory
last night over the Soviet Union.
The victory gave Team Cana-
da - made up of stars of the Na-
tional Hockey League - the eight-
game series 4-3 with one game
tied. Henderson also scored thea
winning goal in the closing min-
utes of Tuesday night's game.
The Canadians, down 5-3 going{
into the third period of their de-1
cisive match, came up with three
goals in the last 20 minutes to;
grab the victory.
Phil Esposito pulled the Cana-
dians to 5-4 only 2:27 into the
period. Pete Mahovlich dug the
puck out behind the Soviet net and
flipped it to Esposito in front of the
cage. He knocked it to the ice with
his hand and fired it past Soviet
goalie Vladimir Tretyiak.
Then minutes later Yvan Cour-
noyer knotted the score at 5-5.
Henderson scored - the clincher
when the puck popped free from
a scramble in front of the Soviet
net and he dashed in from the
right side to ram it home.
The victory was sweet for thea

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NIGHT EDITORS:
MARC FELDMAN,
RANDY PHILLIPS
Canadians. Rated strong favorite
before the series began, the pro
came to Moscow for the final fou
games down 2-1 with one gam
tied. After losing the first gam
here, they won the next three.
The wild first period last nigh
ended 2-2 and saw winger Jean
Paul Parise tossed out of the gam
for threatening referee Fran
Kampalla with his stick. Parie wa
penalized for interference an
when he protested was given a 10
minute misconduct penalty.
The enraged Parise rushed a
Kampalla with an upraised stic
but veered away without makin
contact with the referee. Kampall
threw him out of the game and th
Canadians bench tossed two chair
onto the ice.

Kampalla was one of two West
German referees the Canadians
had branded "incompetent" in the
second game here and -demanded
that they not work again. The Rus-
sians wanted the West German
for the final game, however, and
a compromise was arranged in
which Kapalla worked the game
with Czech referee Rudi Batya.
At the game's end, there was
anger and ecstacy in the Team
s Canada dressing room after Paul
s Henderson's desperation goal 34
r seconds before the end of the game
e provided the 6-5 victory.
e The ecstacy belonged to Hender-
son, who had won his second game
t in the eight-game series which
- Canada won 4-3 with one game
e tied. And it belonged to Phil Espo-
z sito, who scored two goals in the
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finale. And it belonged to winning
goalie Ken Dryden.
The anger was that of Alan
Eagleson, involved in a third-per-1
iod uproar that threatened to turn
the tense series into a war.
"This is the happiest moment of
my career," Henderson said.
Dryden unbuckled his heavy
equipment and said, "This has to
feel greater than winning the1
Stanley Cup."
Esposito sipped his soft drink
and agreed:
"I was more emotional in this
series than I ever was in the
Stanley Cup.
The biggest thing that got to me
was that first game, which we
lost 7-3. Then there was every-
body booing us . .."
Head Coach Harry Sinden said,

series
"All of you criticized the profes-
sional player for playing only for
money. This series has proved
their integrity and their charac-
ter."
Boris Kulagin, assistant coach of
the Russian team said: "This is
what happens when two great
teams meet. We were not weaker
than the Canadian team in this
game. We lacked a little support-
ing luck."
The incident erupted after Team
Canada had tied the score 5-5.
. Yvan Cournoyer poked the puck
through the legs of Vladislav Tret-
yak, but the red light failed to
come on and the 3,000 emotional
Canadian fans roared, thinking the
goal was being disallowed.
Suddenly, Pete Mahovlich leaped
over the boards with his stick fly-
ing and his teammates on the ice
joined him in a melee. Then Sin-
den and assistant coach John Fer-
guson ran across the ice and pulled
POLO ANYONE?
The Michigan water polo
team will open its season to-
night as they host the Wildcats
of Kentucky at home. The
aquamen will dive in at Matt
Mann at 7:30 in quest of their
first win of the season. Water
polo is a dynamic new sport'
and an exciting time is assured.
Admission to this game will be
free.

finale
team director Eagleson over the,
boards away from the crowds and
escorted him across the ice to the
Canadian bench.
"I was going to the timer's bench
to tell him to put the light on,"
Eagleson said later.
"Suddenly, about 18 cops jump-
ed on me. They were really giving
it to me good when Peter came
over. I wouldn't live under this
system if you paid me."
0 Canada ..
First period-1. Soviet Union ,aki-
shev Lyapkin, Maltsev 3:34. 2. Canada,
p. Esposito Park 6:45. 3. Soviet Union,
Lutchenko Kharlamov 13:10. 4. Cana-
da, Park Ratelle, Hull 16:59, Penalties:
White, Can. 2:25. p. Mahovlich, Can.
3:01. Petrov Russ. 3:44. Parise Can 4:10,
misconduct, game misconduct. Tsygan
kov, Russ. 6:28. Elis, Can. 9:27. Petrov,
Russ. 9:47. Cournoyer, Can. 12:51. ..
Second period: 5. Soviet Union, Sha-
drin 0:21. 6. Canada, White Gilbert,
Ratella 10:32. 7. Soviet Union, Yaku-
shev 11:43. S. Soviet Union, Vasilyev
Shadrin 16:44. Penalties: Stapelton Can.
14:58, Kuzkin Russ. 18:06.
Third period: 9. Canada, P. Esposito
P. Mahovlich 2:27. 10. Canada, Cour
norye Esposito 12:56. 11. Canada, Hen-
derson. P. Esposito 19:26. Penalties -
Gilbert, Can. 3:44,- Mishakov Russ. ma-
jor 3:41, Vasiliev Russ. 4:27, Hull, Can.
15:24.-Petrov Russ 15:24.

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Athletics

SPARKY SHINES
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By The Associated Press Williams noted. ninth had given the Yankees the wall in left field and had moved
OAKLAND-"We could have quit The league championship playoff temporary lead. to second on Carlton Fisk's single.
and said, 'Wait until tomorow.' We series will open here Oct. 7. The Yankees tied the score in the Smith laced a double to lead off
We didn't," said Oakland A's Man- "We'll be prepared," vowed Wil- eighth on a home run by Thurman the fourth and then stole third. He
ager Dick Williams after his team liams, who managed the Boston Munson. raced home to score on a wild pitch
stormed from behind for an 8-7 Red Sox into the World Series in White'srhome run, third of the by Drago.
victory yesterday over the Minne- 1967. game for the Yankees, beat
sota Twins and clinched the Ameni- Mickey Lolich, 21-14, who wvent all
can League's West Division title. the way for the Tigers. New York Cirlton shitines
h aTigers trimmed relief ace Sparky Lyle, 9-5, earned
What a way to win it. We came the victory. PHILADELPHIA-Steve Carlton
from~~th behndcWtddn'ybckin
from behind. We didn't back in?" DETROIT-Roy White's 12th in- * * * became the eighth pitcher in base-
yelled first baseman Mike Epsten ning home run gave New York a ball history to strike out 300 or
who started the A's comeback with 3-2 victory over Detroit last night :0u0o edge more hitters in one season as he
a fifth-inning home run after the and kept the Yankee's flickering led the Philadelphia Phillies to a
Twins had taken a 7-0 lead. American League East baseball BOSTON-Doug Griffin hit a run- 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Pi-
"There's nothing like a title race hopes alive. scoring single and Reggie Smith rates for his 26th triumph of the
to separate the men from the boys. The Tigers had tied the game hit two doubles and scored twice season last night.
There's a lot of men in this club- in the bottom of the ninth when as the Boston Red Sox defeated the Carlton struck out 11 and pitch-
house,"-Williams said - although Al Kaline singled with one out and Kansas City Royals 3-1 yesterday ed a six-hitter to boost his 1972
most of his baseball players were circled the bases on a hit by Duke in a key American League East strikeout total to 303. He joined
pouring champagne over each other Sims as right fielder Rusty Torres baseball game. the 300-plus strikeout club which
in boyish glee. threw the ball wildly on the relay. Griffin's two-out single in the consists of Sandy Koufax, Rube
"This was a lot more satisfying. Relief pitcher Lindy McDaniel's second inning brought home Rico Waddell, Bob Feller, Sam McDo-
Last year it was relatively easy," one-out homer in the top of the Petrocelli, who had singled off the well, Walter Johnson, Mickey Lo-
Lich and Nolan Ryan. He's only the
second National Leaguer to accom-
Michigan reserve eleven ready sh the feat.
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By MARCIA MERKER
With the free for all against the Spartans last
week, the Wolverine reserves intend to maneuver
into a more sophisticated scrimmage today against
Notre Dame. This will be the Irish reserves' first
of two collisions with the mighty Blue ths season.
As of yesterday morning, Michigan planned to
start today's game with the same lineup as last
week. This means that running back Dan Jilek will
try to improve last week's 4.3 yard rushing average
and that fleet Gordon Bell will have a chance to
shotW his skill on the return teams with an 83 yard
TD punt return already in his favor.
In the contest against State, quarterbacks Jeff
Spahn and Phil Powers each passed for 2 out of 4
to gain a total of 47 yards. Coach Brown intends
to keep these two in the running to ward off the
fighting Irish.
On defense, Michigan formed a sound barrier
against MSU. Future varsity prospect Jeff Per-
linger was singled out by Coach Dennis Brown for
his two fumble recoveries and overall defensive
action.
Guard Curtis Tucker, '71 varsity, will either
dress for the game today or tomorrow depending
on the quality of his performance in recent practice
drills. Earlier in the season, Tucker was taken
off the roster due to an eligibility question but

that issue has since been cleared.
Last year Notre Dame finished 2 and 3 behind
Coach Dennis Murphy. In his third year at the
head position, Murphy will alternate the quarter-
back position between veteran Frank Allocco of
New Providence, N.J., and Columbus, Ohio hope-
ful Rick Slager.
Establishing a total offensive record of 1132 yards
as a senior in high school, Dearborn's Pat Sarb
will start as an Irish defensive back as will Tom
Lopienski from Akron, Ohio.
Returning once more to reserves, Ron Goodman
is heading for a backfield position on the varsity.
Last year he hussled 117 yards for an average of
4.5 yards per carry. Notre Dame's top junior
varsity receiver Pete Demmerle has excellent
moves and has proven to be particularly good at
leaping and catching the ball in a crowd. His '71
season amounted to 504 yards in 28 passing recep-
tions or 18 yards per pass.
The UPI prep Player of the Year in 1971, Jay
Achterhoff from Muskegon, has won a starting
position at linebacker in today's game. He received
All-American honors in 1970 and 1971.
Today's game will be held in the Michigan
Stadium at noon and admission is free to students
presenting their season tickets and $1.00 to the
general public.

vro t 71 69 .540 11/2
New York 79 71 .526 3/z
Baltimore 78 71 .523 4
Yesterday's Results
New York 3, Detroit 2, 12 innings
Boston 3, Kansas City 1
Today's Games
Boston (Tiant 14-6) at Baltimore
(Palmer 21-9)
Milwaukee (Lonborg 13-11) at
Detroit (Fryman 8-3)

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VEHEMENT JIM HONOCHICK
flashes the out signas sliding
J oh n Mayberry attempts to
break up a Red Sox double play
in yesterday's game. Shortstop
Doug Griffin is making the pivot
to complete the twin killing of a
pair of Royals. Boston remained
in first place by winning the
game, 3-1.

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