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8-Sunday, February 24, 1980-The Michigan Daily

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By MARK BOROWSKI
Special to the Daily
GRAND FORKS-Before the hockey
season began, Michigan coach Dan
Farrell said it was hard to play on the
road and that if a team wins all its home
games and splits all its road series, it
will be in pretty good shape.
His team has come close to winning
all its home games, displaying a 16-1-2
home record. But the road has proved
disastrous for the Wolverines, and last
night was no exception as they dropped
a 4-3 decision to the Fighting Sioux at
the North Dakota Winter Sports Center.
Michigan held a 3-0 lead after one
period but Dakota kept battling back
and Mark Taylor tied the game with
only 19 seconds left in regulation play.
Phil Sykes then scored the winner for
the Sioux 47 seconds into the overtime.

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The Fighting Sioux celebrated
Parent's Night and provided the 5,650
fans with plenty of activity, including
an introduction of eight North Dakota
seniors and their parents. This was the
last regular season home game for the
seniors.
BOTH TEAMS were short one player
on the bench as Michigan's John Blum
and North Dakota's Cary Eades served
a game misconduct for fighting in
Friday night's game.
North Dakota coach Gino Gasparini
decided to give his fourth string goalie
Pierre Lamoureux a chance to play af-
ter-clinching the WCHA championship
Friday night. This is the second con-
secutive league title for Gasparini in as
many years as coach for the Fighting
- Sioux.

And when the game finally got un-
derway, Michigan took full advantage
of the rookie netminder, scoring three
times in the first period.
SENIOR DAN Lerg scored the first
goal while North Dakota's Glen White
was off for tripping. Bruno Baseotto
slid a perfect pass in front of the net
that Lerg just touched and it dribbled
between Lamoureux's legs. ,
A little over a minute later the two
changed positions on the scoring sheet.
Lerg laid a perfect pass on the stick of
Baseotto and he skated around the
Sioux defense. When he got to the top of
the circle he let a slap shot whistle low
to the ice that beat Lamoureux cleanly
between the legs.
Defenseman Steve Richmond tallied
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring-1. M-Lerg (Richmond, Baseotto) 8:16;
2. M-Baseotto (Lerg) 9:53; 3. M-Richmond (Lerg,
Baseotto) 15:48.
Penalties-ND-White (highsticking) 7:32:
ND-Martens (hooking) 12:09; ND-Walker (trip-
ping) 15:12.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring-1. ND-White (Ludwig, Sykes) 7:i3.
Penalties-M-Baseotto (too many men on ice)
4:19; M-Tippett (charging) 10:22; NI.-Burgraff
(holding) 13:35; ND-Small (tripping) 19:39.

the third goal of the period when
Michigan had a man advantage. Lerg
and Baseotto weaved the puck back and
forth and then dropped it back to Rich-
mond, who fired it past a screened
Lamoureux.
BASEOTTO'S three points in the first
period increased his total to 72 on the
season, only four points behind team-
mate Murray Eaves, who leads the
nation in scoring.
Michigan was again without the ser-
vices of Eaves who is back in Ann Arbor
nursing a shoulder injury he suffered
against Notre Dame.
North Dakota got on the scoreboard
at 7:13 in the second period when Glen
White snuck a wrist, shot past goalie
Paul Fricker.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring-2.ND-Zaparnulk (Meyers, Smail)
15:44;'S. ND-Taylor (Smail, Bolcan) 19:41.
Penalties-M-Hampson (interference) 14:15.
OVERTIME PERIOD
Scoring-4. ND-Sykes (Dunn, Zaparniuk) 0:47.
Penalties-none
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By JON MORELAND
and SCOTT MCNEIL
Special to The Daily
PONTIAC - The Pistons extended
their longest losing streak ever, 12
games, against the Portland
Trailblazers, losing 130-107 last night at
the Silverdome.
Leading only 25-21 after the first
quarter, Portland, propelled by Jim
Paxson's outside shooting, took a 60-42
halftime lead.
DETROIT THREATENED to make a
game of it in the third quarter when
they cut the Trailblazers' lead to nine,
84-75, with 1:30 left in the period. But
Portland fought off the rally and took a
91-77 lead into the fourth quarter.
Despite the outstanding fourth-quar-
ter effort of Terry Duerod, the Pistons
never got closer than that 14-point
margin. Duerod had ten points in the
last quarter and finished with a career-
high 22 points. John Long was high man

for the Detroiters with 26, while Calvin
Natt led all scorers with39.
Piston coach Richie Adubato was ob-
viously displeased with his team's per-
formance. "This is our worst game of
the year ... we couldn't catch the ball,
pass the ball, shoot the ball, or defend.
We had one guy who played well; that
was Duerod."
PORTLAND HEAD coach Jack
Ramsey, meanwhile, was obviously
pleased with his team's performance.
"Our bench gave a superb effort, and
Natt had his best game as a
Trailblazer. It's been a long time since
we beat anybody on the road by twenty
points ... I can't even remember
when.
In the midst of their current losing
streak, Duerod summed up the Piston's
current situation. "We're in a
rebuilding stage. We just have to hang
in there. We have a lot of first, second,
and third-year players, but in the long
run, we hope to improve as a team."

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By JON MORELAND
In what turned out to be nothing more
than a glorified practice session,
Michigan's men swimmers completely
outmanned the Michigan State swim-
mers 76-37, yesterday afternoon. The
meet, held at Michigan's Matt Mann
Pool, differed from a regular workout
only because of the presence of the
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practicing these next two weeks.
They'll be practicing for the Big Ten
meet, which also happens to be at Matt
Mann, March 6, 7, and 8th. "It'll be nice
to have that meet here," said first-year
coach Bill Farley. "We should have a
good shot in that one."
Taking a close look at the facts, it's
easy to see that Michigan does have "a
good shot". Michigan's only loss of the
dual meet season came to Indiana,
which as Farley put it, "hasn't swum
real well since they beat us (January 25
at Indiana). Since then they've been
getting knocked around a little bit.
"I'm a little disappointed in our per-
formance today," the coach continued.
"The regulars who have been swim-
ming well all year came through. Our'
depth is nowhere near what it should be
though."
Some of the "regulars" who recorded
first place finishes were junior All
American Fernando Canales in the 200
free style at 1:37.9 and senior captain
Paul Griffith in the 100-yard freestyle at
45.94.
Pool records were set in the 50-yard
freestyle by Bob Murray (20.56) and the
200-yard breaststroke by Tom Ernsting
(2:06.51)
"Our freestylists and divers were just
super," reported Farley. (Kevin
Machemer led the divers in winning
both the- one- and three-meter events.)

"But our depth especially in the
backstroke races has to come around."
In. order to have a good shot at that
Big Ten Meet, the swimmers are going
to have to close up some of those weak
sOots.
Tracksters triumph
Michigan's men's tracksters took
seven ,first place finishes as they
narrowly edged Michigan State 67-64 in
a dual meet at the Track and Tennis
Building yesterday. However, it was
not the first place finishes that won the
meet for the Wolverines; it was the
second, third, and fourth places that
enabled Michigan to win the meet.
Mike Lattany of Michigan showed his
versatility by winning the high jump
(7'0"); placing second in the triple
jump (48'4%") and third in the long
jump (22'1/2"). However, it was Dan
Heikkinen that stole the show.
Heikkinen won the mile run with a
time of 4:02.28, finishing just ahead of
Michigan State's Keith Moore by one
hundredth of a second. Heikkinen's
time is a new Michigan varsity record.
Michigan did extremely well in the
two mile run, as Dave Lewis, Brian
Diemer, and Bill O'Reilly finished first,
second, and third, respectively.
The Wolverines got fine performan-
ces from Ron Affoon in the 440 (48.91),
Phil Wells in the shot, put (54'2"), An-
drew Bruce in the 300 (30.35), Mike
Finn in the pole vault (15'0"), and
Darold Gholston in the 60 and 300 (6.43,
30.78).
Michigan State took the first three
places in the 880 run and the 60-yard
high hurdles, although the rest of the
events were split evenly between the
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Women 5th at Big Ten's
The women's indoor track team tied
with Indiana for fifth place at the Big
Ten Indoor Track Championships
yesterday in West Lafayette. Outstan-
ding performances for Michigan came
from Brenda Kazinec, Susan
Frederick, and Melaine Weaver.
In the 800-meter run, Frederick
finished second. Weaver also pulled out
a second place in the 5000-meter run.
And in the 4x220 relay, the Wolverines
(Renee Turner, Cathy Sharpe, Lori
Thornton. Kozinec) came in third.

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