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Page 14-Friday, October 16, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Wings down Blues,6-3
By LARRY FREED
and LARRY MISHKIN
Special to the Daily
DETROIT- Detroit Red Wing coach
Wayne Maxner complained last season
about a lack of aggressiveness from his
club. But after last night it was St.
Louis Blues coach Red Berenson who
was shaking his head after he witnessed
the Red Wings outhustle his Blues for
an easy 6-3 victory, which marked the
Wings first home opening victory in
"We were disappointed as we had
hoped to come in here and play better,"
said Berenson. "Detroit played well,
they worked hard, outhustled us, and
checked us tight throughout the entire
game. They deserved to win."
THE SPARSE crowd barely got set-
tied in their sets when Red Wing center
Mark Kirton lit the red light only 25 '
seconds into the contest.
After the Blues' Joe Micheletti
evened the score on a power play goal
early in the first period, Kirton perfor-
med his magic once again as he beat
Blues' goaltender Mike Liut only 11
seconds into the second period.
However, the Red Wings let their fans
settle into their seats in the third period
so they could witness Detroit scoring
three unanswered goals to put the con-
test out of reach. 1M
John Ogrodnock, on a feed from
linemate Dale McCourt provided the
game winner early in the third period.
Walt McKechnie and Mike Blaisdell ST. LOUIS BLUES' center Bernie Federko (24) slips between the Wings' Jack Brownschidle (left) and
provided the insurance goals. Gilbert (1) in an unsuccessful attempt to score against the Wings' in action that took place last night.Th
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e Wings even-
tually powered by the Blues to take the victory with a score of 6-3.
You told her you have
your own place.
Now you have to tell your roommates.
LA past Pistons
By JESSE BARKIN
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING - In a homecoming
for. Earvin "Magic" Johnson, the for-
mer Michigan State star led his Los
Angeles Lakers to an exciting 111-108
NBA exhibition victory over the Detroit
Pistons last night.
Johnson led the Lakers with 25 points,
13 rebounds, and 13 assists.
LOS ANGELES LED the entire fourth
quarter, but with 2:03 remaining,
Detroit's John Long hit a jumper from
the corner to bring his team to within
one point, 107-106. Laker center
Kareem Abdul-Jabber countered with a
patented sky hook. Then Johnson
grabbed a missed Piston shot from off
the board, took a couple of dribbles,
then fired a long bounce pass to Jam-
ia al Wilkes for an uncontested layup
which gave the Lakers a 111-106 lead
with 1:34 left.
Long, who topped all scorers with 29
points, closed the gap i to- 111-108 with a
leaning lane jumper. When, with 14
seconds left, Los Angeles' Mitch Kup-
chak was called for an offensive foul
and the Pistons had the ball and a chan-
ce to tie with a three-point shot. Long's
attempt was short, however and so was
Greg Kelser's last-second attempt from
behind the three-point stripe.
"It was just a thrill for me," said
Johnson of his first basketball game in
East Lansing since leading the Spar-
tans to the NCAA championship in 1979.
"'I've been waiting for this game a long
time, ever since it was put on the
The Pistons' heralded rookies, Isiah
Thomas and Kelly Tripucka, scored 13
and 10 points respectively. Thomas ad;
ded six assists to the Piston effort.
A sellout crowd of 10,004 jammed into
Jenison Field House on the Michigan.
State campus to see Magic Johnson and
the Lakers play the. Detroit Pistons in
an exhibition game.
JOHNSON PUT on his usual exciting
show in the first half leading all scorers
with 12 points and leading all players it
rebounds and assists with seven and six
The Pistons jumped out to an early
lead and led at the end of the first quar-
ter, 28-22. Detroit extended its lead to
12 points midway through the second
quarter, playing well, but playing
against the Lakers's substitutes. . But
' when Johnson and Jabber re-entererA
the game midway through the quarte' .
the Lakers began to come back.
Johnson ignited an 11-4 spurt near the
end of the half with back to back three-
point plays, on weaving drives through
the lane resulting in layups. The
Lakers tied the game as the half ended
The Pistons outshot the Lakers 53%to1
44% but the Lakers held an 18 to 9 edge
in rebounding to keep them in the
You've been trying to get to know her better since
the beginning of the term. And when she mentioned how
hard it is to study in the dorm, you said,
. s "My place is nice and quiet. Come on
over and study with me"'