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Page 8-Sunday, January 20,1980-The Michigan Daily
LERG TALLIES FOUR GOALS

Wolverine dekers batter Badgers

By JON WELLS I
There was a minor earthquake at
Yost last night as the Michigan hockey.
team shook the arena with a six goal
eruption in the third period, squashing
a tough Wisconsin team 8-4. The third
period onslaught completed a
Wolverine series sweep and sends the
fourth-place Badgers reeling back to
Madison with visions of fifth, maybe
even sixth place in the WCHA.
The game began innocuously enough
with the two. teams battling to a

scoreless tie through the first period.
With the exception of two Wisconsin
penalties, there was little to stir the
7,117 spectators gathered at Yost as
numerous icing calls seems to provide
the ony semblence of end to end action.
The second period was also charac-
terized by tight checking and good
defensive play. Michigan emerged
from the frame with a 2-1 lead on the
power of center Dan Lerg's first two of
his eventual four goals. At 4:06, with
Badger defenseman Bruce Wallace off
for hooking, Lerg took a pass from

SPORTS

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Matmen topple Hoosiers,
after slow start, 29-1 0
By AL GRABENSTEIN
The Michigan matmen increased their record to 6-1-1 last night at
Crisler Arena, by toppling the University of Indiana 29-10. Pins by
sophomore Mark Pearson and senior co-captain Steve Fraser along with an
excellent performance by Larry Haughn paved the way to victory.
However, at the outset the meet looked grim as Michigan's Tom Davids,
wrestling at the 118-pound weight class, took a scorching loss from Indiana's
Angelo Marino.
Halfway through the third period of the 126-pound match Indiana's Mark
Galyan, with an 8-0-0 record, came on strong, but the action ended with
Michigan's Larry Haughn winging 12-9.
In the 134-pound weight class Wolverine Bob Sair couldn't catch up to,
Hoosier Keith Saunders' early lead and took a 7 to Sloss.
The action stayed even at the 150-pound weight class until the end of the
second period, when Hoosier Jerry Levine managed to escape the grasp of
Wolverine John Beljan and take the lead. Beljan came back in the third,
period to win 8-4.
Wrestling at 158 pounds, Michigan's Memir Nadhir unrelentingly
dominated against Indiana's Keven Weber, winning 11-4. Wolverine Bill
Konovsky took on and beat Hoosier Scott Kelly in the 167-pound weight class,
9-2.
In the 177-pound weight class, Michigan Bill Petoskey powered his way
to an 18-7 win over Indiana's Mike DeAmbrose.
In the upper weights, powerhouse Fraser, with a 13-2 lead, pinned In-
diana's Allen Dabbiere in the 190-pound weight class.

teammate John Blum at the right face
off circle and drilled a slapshot along
the ice and between the pad of Wiscon-
sin goaltender Roy Schultz.'
AFTER A BADGER power play goal
by Ron Vincent at 9:14, Lerg tallied his
second goal when freshman phenom
Bruno Basesotto slid a pass across the
slot that the senior center jammed into
the open side of the net.
It didn't take long for the game to
tranform from a close-checking affair
to a wide open scoring orgy. In the third
period, the Badgers got on the board to
tie the game at two all, only 1:01 into
the period. Badger right wing Scott
Lecy broke in alone on the left side and
beat Blue goaltender Paul Fricker low
to the stick side.
The first rumblings of the impending
earthquake began at 7:37 when Lerg
notched his hattrick with a 25-foot blast
that beat Schultz to the far side.
BRAD TIPPETT maintained Mich-
igan's momentum when, less than a
Love th
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring-none.
Penalties-W-Vincent (tripping) 8:49; W-John-
son (tripping) 16:49.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring-1. M-Lerg (Eaves. Blum) 4:06; 2. W-
Griffin (Welsh, S. Lecy) 9:14; 3. M-Lerg (Baseotto)
11:17.
Penalties-W-Wallace (hooking) 3:32; M-
Tessier (interference) 8:27; W-Vincent (roughing
9:38; M-Eaves (cross-checking and roughing) 9:38.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring-4. W-S. Lecy (Scheid, McFarlane)

minute later, the freshman left winger
emerged from behind the net and stuf-
fed the puck between the legs of the
surprised Badger netminder.
Thirty seconds after Jon Morgan
brought the Badgers within one, to 4-3,
Wolverine freshman Ted Speers tucked
the puck in the upper corner to quell the
brief Badger resurgence.
Lerg added his fourth goal at 14:08 on
a 40 foot slapshot screened nicely by
Gordie Hampson. Chuck Durocher not-
ched the Badgers' final goal when he
batted his own rebound past the
sprawlingdFricker. Soon after, Murray
Eaves and Dennis May closed out the
scoring for Michigan.
With the sweep over the Badgers, the
Wolverines maintained their un-
blemished record at Yost, and have
established themselves as legitimate
contenders for the WCHA title as well
as sure participants in the playoffs. The
Blue icers are now 18-5-1 overall and 9-
4-1 in WCHA play.
at Lerg
101 5. M-Lerg (Baseotto, Brandrup) 7:37; 6. M-
Tippett (Speers, Eaves) 8:21; 7. W-Morgan (Grif-
fin) 10:14; 8. M-Speers (Eaves, Richter) 10:51;
9. M-Lerg (Baseotto, Hampson) 14:08; 10. W-
Durocher (Welsh, Vincent) 15:42; it. M-Eaves
(Brandrup) 16:58; 12. M-May (Tessier, Mars)
17:37.
Penalties-M-Mars (tripping) 9:01; M-Tippett
(high-sticking) 14:40; W-Morgan (highsticking)
14:40.

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SAVES
Michigan (Fricker).........S6
Wisconsin (Schultz)........7

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14 14-35

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SPOR TS OF THE DAILY

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Gophers upset Purdue, 67-61

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By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS - Sophomore guard
Trent Tucker scored 19 points and
Darryl Mitchell hit two clutch free
throws with 17 seconds left, to lead
unranked Minnesota to a 67-61 Big Ten
basketball victory over No. 11 Purdue
yesterday.
Mitchell also stole the ball on Pur-
due's last possession and fed Tucker on
a fast-break lay-up for the final basket
as time expired.
Illinois 69, Wisconsin 64
MADISON - Clutch free-throw
shooting by Reno Gray helped Illinois
hold off Wisconsin for a 69-64 Big Ten
basketball victory yesterday, the
Badgers' fourth consecutive defeat.
The Badgers, after trailing 31-27 at
intermission, twice got to within two
points. They trailed 65-62 when Gray
calmly sank two free throws with 24
seconds left to seal the outcome.
Indiana 81,
N'western 72
EVANSTON-Freshman Isiah
Thomas scored a career-high 28 points
last night to lead 19th-ranked Indiana to
an 81-72 victory over Northwestern in a
Big Ten basketball game.

Mich. St. 75, Iowa 67
EAST LANSING - Kevin Smith
played the best game of his career last
night, scoring 23 points, and Mike
Brkovich added 17 to lead Michigan
State to a 75'67 Big Ten victory over
Iowa.
The win was the second straight for
the defending NCAA champions and lif-
ted their record to 8-7 overall, 2-4.in the
Big Ten. The Hawkeyes dropped to 11-4
overall and also 2-4 in the conference.
Tankers sink Mlini
Men's swim coach Bill Farley was
pleased with his team after they com-
pleted a weekend sweep; defeating
Illinois yesterday and Purdue Friday.
The meets are a tune up for next week's
challenge with perennial Big Ten
champion Indiana.
His optimism stems from the depth
displayed by the Wolverine swimmers
this weekend. "We can swim really well
being dead tired and that's important
because they'll be rested next week,"
Coach Farley claimed.
"Bob Murray swam the 500-yard
freestyle for the first time (and placed
second)" said Farley. John Spaid also
took two firsts in the 1000- and 500-yard

MONDAY NIGHT
Rick's sponsors a benefit concert to
help send
VANTAGE POINT
"Rockin' at the 1980 Winter Olympics"
Progressive Drink Special
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freestyle events with times of 9:28.52
and 4:34.29 respectively.
Tom Pederson nabbed first prize in
the 50-yard freestyle while teammate
Tom Dudley won the 200 yard butterfly.
"These guys will make up the depth for
us. They were very good and they were
tired,"Farley said. He went on to claim
that "We're trying to find out things
about the team - make determinism
on conference teams and give other
guysca chance to swim and see what
they can do."
Michigan divers will also be
something to contend with, as two
divers, junior Kevin Machemer and
sophomore Ron Marriott have already
qualified for the NCAA championship
meet.,
The Wolverines worked hard this past
weekend, winning the meet on Friday
against Purdue as well as yesterday's
confrontation against Illinois. The Blue
tankers will spend this week resting
and preparing for their meet against
Indiana next weekend. The Hoosiers
have won the Big Ten swimming title
for 19 consecutive years.
-LISA J. KAPLAN
SCORES
College Basketball
MICHIGAN 75, Ohio State 74
Minnesota 67; Purdue 61
Indiana 81, Northwestern 72
Michigan State 75, Iowa 67
Illinois 69, Wisconsin 64
Old Dominion 68, Syracuse 67
Duke 67, N. Carolina St. 56
Clemson 88. Virginia 68
Louisville 76, Tulane 59'
Louisiana St. 75, Tennessee 74
St. John's N.Y. 71, Georgetown, DC 69
Notre Dame 80, UCLA 73
Missouri 69, Oklahoma St. 64
Oklahoma 93, Iowa St. 78
Kent St. 70, W. Michigan 69, 2 OT
Alabama 80, Florida 62
'California 77, Stanford 69
NHL
Boston 6, New York Rangers 3
New YorkIslanders 3, Quebec 1
NBA
Indiana 108, Kansas City 103
Detroit 122, Houston 110

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