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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, January 26, 1980-Page 9


leers bury


Economy in stride and shot - that
was Bruno Baseotto last night as he led
Michigan over the Minnesota Gophers,
7-3, before 5,280 at Williams Arena in
Baseotto, the Wolverines' freshman
scoring wonder, turned his only three
shots on goal of the game for his third
hat trick of the season, pushing
Michigan's WCH A record to 10-4-1 and
idening their advantage over third
lace Minnesota, who dropped to 11-10-
ALTHOUGH MOST of he second and
all of the third period were controlled
by the Gophers, Michigan took a 3-2
lead in the final frame and broke the
game wide open with four consecutive
goals. Blue goalie Paul Fricker
delivered a superb performance, tur-
.ning away 42 Minnesota shots, 16 in the
third period Gopher barrage.
*Baseotto opened the scoring in the
third period for the Wolverines, when
he. backhanded a rebound of a Lun-
dberg shot from the right point past
Minnesota goalie Jim Jetlund. Lun-
dberg, Lerg (two goals), and Mars
finished off the third period scoring.
The Wolverines opened up the scoring

at 7:21 into the first period when Brad
Tippet t fed Bruno Baseotto at the
Michigan blue line and the not-so-swift
freshman right wing picked and wove
his way the length of the ice, fooling
Minnesota goalie Jim Jetlund with an
off-speed slap shot from 20 feet.
MICHIGAN HAD the only power play
in the period and managed only one
serious scoring threat when Eaves took
ari errant shot at the corner of the net,
but couldn't jam it past the alert
Gopher goaltender.
Paul Fricker was sharp in the net for
the Wolverines, stopping 1:' Gopher

shots, though five of thosewere slap
shots from the blue line or beyond.
In the second period the Wolverines
ignored the vocal Gophers crowd and a
one-man disadvantage at 3:45 when
Tim Manning sent. Lerg in alone while
the team was playing four-on-three.
Lerg slipped it past Jetlund and
Michigan had a 2-0 lead.
MINNESOTA MADE it 2-1 at 9:54
when Gopher center Kevin Hartzell
took a drop pass from his linemate
Dave Terwilliger and rifled a 30-foot
slap shot past Fricker's glove hand into
the upper corner.

7-3 7
"the world
The period ended with Michigan still f mOUs
ahead 3-2 as Baseotto notched his
second goal on a pass-out from Gordie
Hampson in the corner.
At 14:24 Minnesota's Ulsets, withJhas
Michigan on a power play, broke in has conquered the Munchies!
alone, circled the net and dropped aD i
pass to Brian Erikson who poked it into For details-and Free Delvery
a deserted net.
The tangle between the two WCHA call 663-0511
powers came complete with a one-
round heavyweight pre-game bout bet-
ween Michigan's 6'5", 210 pound Dave
Richter and the Gophers 6'2", 200 pound
captain Don Micheletti. Both players
were suspended for last night's game.
Their status for tonight's contest will be 1SUBMARINES & P'IZZ
determined today by the WCHA
Executive Committee.

Bravo Bruno

Scoring - 1. M-.BasNtto (Tippett, Richmond)
Penalties--M-Brandrup (slashing) 1:49:
Min.-Griffith (cross-checking) 1:49; Min.-Teal'
(charging) 11:28; M-Baseotto (roughing) 16:16:
.lMin.-Jetland (siashing) 16:16.
Scoring-2. M-Lerg (Manning, Richmond) 3:45;
3. MIN-Hartzeil (Terwilliger, Bergloff) 9:54; 4. M-
Baseoltto (Hampson, Brandrup) 12:31; 5. MIN-
Erickson (Ulseth) 14:44.4
Penalties-M-Blum (roughing) 2:39; MIN-

Reilly {roughing} 2:39; M-Lundberg (tripping)
3:03; MIN-Meredith (tripping) 13:11.
Scoring-M-Baseotto (Lundberg, Hampson)
4:33; M-Lundberg (May, Brandrup) 7:50; M-
Lerg (Baseotto, Hampson) 15:12; MIN-Hartzell
(Reilly. Bergloff) 16:38; M-Mars (May. Brandrup)

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Fricker (M) ............... 12 14
Jetland (MIN)?............. 9 5





Pistons snag N.J. Nets

By The A...ociated Press
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Rookie Greg
Kelser's slam-dunk with 28 seconds
remaining capped a furious Detroit
comeback to help the Pistons defeat the
New Jersey Nets 119-116 last night and
$reak. a 12-game National Basketball
Association losing streak on the road.
The Nets appeared comfortably
ahead after scoring nie straight points
to take a 110-10 ead with three minutes
remaining. The Pistons cut the lead to
four on two foul shots by Bob McAdoo, a
dunk by Kelser and a jumper by Eric
The Nets built the lead back up to
eight before Detroit scored seven
*traight points to cut the margin to 114-
A long jumper by Mike Newlin with
1:15 remaining gave the Nets a three-
point lead. But the Pistons, winning for
just the seventh time in 29 games and
only for the 14th time this season, then
scored the game's finalgix points. John
Long's jumper with one minute
remaining narrowed the gap to one
point and then Terry Tyler stole the ball
from Rich Kelley and fed Kelser for the
vinning basket.
Long added two foul shots with eight
seconds remaining to give the Pistons
.their final points. The Nets, who had a
two-game winning streak snapped, had
a last chance for victory when two
three-point attempts by Newlin missed.
Kelser and McAdoo each had 21 poin-
ts to lead a balanced attack Tyler and
Money each had 20 while Long added
17. Calvin Natt led New Jersey with 21
ashington 118,
Boston 107
BOSTON-Swingman Roger Phegley
came off the bench to score eight points
in both the second and fourth periods
last night, sparking the Washington
Washington 118. Boston 107
Indiana 139. San Diego t17
Detroit 1l9, New Jersey 116
Jacksonville 67. Georgia st. 57
N. Dakota St. 79, N. Dakota 59
Defensive tackle Bob Lilly played
for the Dallas Cowboys for 14 seasons,
"961-74, and never missed a game.

Bullets to a 118-107 National Basketball
Associatipn victory over the Boston
Taking advantage of the absence of
injured Dave Cowens, the Bullets raced
to; a 34-23 first-period lead, then held
Doff repeated Boston comeback efforts in
the second half, handing the Celtics
only their fourth home loss in 25 games
at the Garden this season.
Elvin Hayes and Bob Dandridge led
Washington with 25 points apiece. Wes
Unseld .contributed 17 as Cowens
missed his second game in a row with a
foot injury.
The Celtics opened up an eight-point
lead at the start of the game, but
Washington soon took command, rip-
ping off 11 points in a row to go in front
to stay.
Phegley, a sophomore pro from
Bradley, came off the bench to hit for
eight points in the second period,
helping the Bullets to. a 61-49 halftime
The Celtics closed to within four poin-
ts, 71-67, at the five-minute mark of the.
third period, but Washington opened up
its advantage to 16 points, 88-72, before
Boston narrowed the gap to 94-92.
Phegley then came off the bench
again and scored two quick baskets on
a layup and a baseline jumper to pull
the Bullets out of danger.
Boston was led by Nate Archibald
with 18 points and Jeff Judkins and
Larry Bird with 15 apiece.
Indiana 139,
San Diego 117
scored 44 points, his high in the
National Basketball Association, last
night to lead the Indiana Pacers over
the San Diego Clippers 139-117.
Six other members of the Pacers
finished in double figures. Center
James Edwards had 21 points, with 12
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of them coming in the first period. For-
ward Alex English came off the bench
to score 20 as Indiana scored its fourth
victory in five games.
Lloyd Free scored 27 points, but had
only nine in the second half, which
began with the Clippers holding a 72-68
Knight, who was moved back into the
starting lineup after spending most of
the time on the bench in recent games,
was 20 of 29 from the field.
His 44 points was one more than his
grevious NBA high and one less than
the 45 points he scored against Virinia
when the Pacers were in the now-
detunct American Basketball
Indiana trailed for most of the first
half and took the lead for good at 90-88
with 1:59 remaining in the third period
on a Clemon Johnson basket. From that
point on, Indiana outscored the Clippers
13-4 to dpen a 103-90 advantage four
miinutes into the final period. Johnson
had six of his 13 points in that spree.
Bobby Smith scored 21 points for San
Diego and Freeman Williams added 20.

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