The Michigan Daily-Saturday, October 24, 1981-Page 9
SPEERS NETS HAT TRICK
By MARTHA CRALL
Special to the Daily
IHOUGHTON- It looked like a typical
Michigan-Michigan Tech hockey game,
with grinding physical play on both
The final score, however, was quite a
surprise, as the Wolverines hustled
their way to a 3-2 victory over the
Huskies before 3,726 at the Stui
Arena last night.
THE WIN GIVES Michiga
record, while 'Michigan Tech fe
For the first two periods, M
played the type of game the
coach John Giordano teache
ferocious fore-checking and tig
in the defensive zone.
The defensemen, as well as
wards, blocked countless Husk
and cleared the rebounds,i
freshman goaltender Join Ellio
an easy one. The Huskies hadt
shots on goal. during the fi
BUT THEY came out battling
the third, as Elliott had to figh
shots to preserve the 3-2 lead.
Michigan Tech goalie Dar
saved 20 Michigan shots.
The Wolverines got all the
they needed from junior cent
Speers, who netted a three-g
BOTH OF Michigan Tech':
dent Ice were disputed, as the first came after
an apparent offsides which was not
n a 1-0 called.
11 to 1-1- The second goal was highly arguable,
as Jeff Johnston seemingly entered the
[ichigan net before the puck did. In any event,
a head Michigan argued that Johnston was in
s, with the crease when he scored.
ght play Giordano took up the argument at the
close of the second period, which came
the for- 45 seconds later.
y shots THE THIRD period went scoreless,
making but both teams tightened their belts.
)tt's job Husky head coach John Macinnes
only six pulled Way with 20 seconds left, to no
rst two avail.
Michigan Tech took the early lead on
hard in a power-play goal, with the Wolverines'
ht off 13 Steve Richmond in the penalty box for
elbowing. Rick Boehm fired a medium-
cy Way range slapshot from the slot. Elliott
made the save, but Steve Murphy
scoring knocked in the rebound from up close at
ter Ted 4:06 to make it 1-0.
oal hat The Wolverines tied it up at 5:45 on a
power play when Paul Brandrup fed
Ted Speers a pass from the top of the
left face-off circle. Speers then flipped
the puck over Way's shoulder.
MICHIGAN'S second goal of the
period came at 13:13 on a very strange
play. After the Wolverines had squan-
dered a 40-second, two-man advantage,
Speers scored his second goal by barely
hitting the puck. Brad Tippett shot fir-
st; Way made the save and he appeared
to have the puck under control in front
of him when Speers came sliding in
front of the net on his stomach. He ap-
peared to hit Way's pads, but the puck
slithered in to give Michigan a 2-1 ad-
vantage after one period.
Michigan increased its lead to 3-1 at
Scoring: 1. MTV-Murphy (Boehm,): 4:06; 1.
M-Speers (Brandrup, Richmond) 5:45; 2. Speers
Penalties: M-Lundberg (tripping) 0:25;
M-Richmsond (elbowing) 2:55; MTU)-Palkovich
(interference) 4:49; M-Grade (high sticking) 6:38;
MTU- Boehm (interference) 7:20; MTU-Stone
(tripping) 7:50; M-Brandup (holding) 13:34.
Scoring: 3. M-Speers (Brandrup, Tippett) 16:43;
2. MTU-Johnston (Terry, Lauen) 19:15.
16:43 of the second period when Speers
scored his third goal. Tippett passed
from the left circle to Speers, who was
situated in the slot. Speers then slid the
puck past Way for the Wolverines
second power-play score.
Michigan Tech got its second
disputed goal when Jeff Johnston
scored while sliding through the crease
and into the net. The power-play goal
came at 19:15 and made the score 3-2
after two periods.
Penalties: M-Kobylarz (Illegal check) 1:41;
M-Richter (double roughing) s:07; MTU-Clark
(double roughing) 6:07; MTU--Peterson (roughing),
6:07; M-Speers (roughing) 6:07; M-TU-Zuke (trip-
ping) 5:45; M-Milburn (holding) 18:33.
Penalties: M-Richmxond (elbowing)
MTU-Peterson (tripping) 8:42; MTU-Pa
(roughing) 10:47; M-May (roughing)
MTU-O'Connor (high sticking) 14:55.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Los Angeles defeats Yanks, 5-4
LOS ANGELES (AP)- The Los
Angeles Dodgers defeated the New
York Yankees 5-4 last night to narrow
the Yankees World Series lead to two
games to one.
Ron Cey smashed a three-run homer
in the first inning, giving the Dodgers
the early lead, but New York bounced
from behind on homers by Watson and
Cerone to take a 4-3 lead after four.
After Randolph and Winfield walked
in the first inning, Valenzuela escaped
the jam by getting Piniella to bounce in-
to a double play. Then Los Angeles
jumped on Righetti.
Lopes doubled to right and advanced
to third ans Russell beat out a bunt
single. Righetti then retired Baker and
Garvey but Cey walloped a 3-2 pitch for
his first World Series homer.
After Guerro was hit by a pitch and
Monday beat out an infield hit, Yeager
popped out, ending the inning.
THE YANKEES came right back.
Watson opened the second with a line
drive homer to right and Cerone
doubled. Rodriguez' long fly to right
sent Cerone to third and Milbourne
singled him home, making the score 3-
New York was back for more in the
third. With one out, Piniella singled to
center and, after Watson popped up,
Cerone smashed a home run to center,
giving the Yankees a 4-3 lead.
The Dodgers knocked out Righetti in
the bottom of the third when Garvey
opened with a single and Cey walked.
George Frazier relieved for New York
and retired Guerrero, Monday and pin-
ch-hitter Mike Scioscia to end the
Barker tops Austin
BRIGHTON, England, (AP) - Sue
Baker of Britain upset topseeded Tracy
Austin of the United States, 7-6, 2-6, 6-3
last night and moved into the semifinals
of the $125,000 Daihatsu Challenge
women's tennis tournament at
The Brighton Center.
Barker, seeded seventh, battled for
nearly two hours to overcome Austin,
The U.S. Open champion and the
world's No. 2 player.
CHEERED BY A near-capacity
crowd, Barker attacked a hesitant
Austin at every opportunity and her
aggressiveness paid off.
It was only the second defeat for
Austin in 29 matches since July.
Barker had won two previous mat-
ches against Austin, including a victory
in the 1978 Wightman Cup, but had lost
her last three meetings with the
BARKER LED -5-3 in the first set, but
allowed Austin to take three games in a
row. She then tied the score 6-6 and won
the tie breaker 7-4.
Barker lost her concentration in the
second set, as Austin gained a 4-0 lead
and went on to win the set handily.
In the third set, Barker held serve in
the ninth game to win the match and
send the crowd into ecstacy.
"IT'S NEVER EASY to play Sue in
Britain," Austin had said before the
match. Her words proved prophetic.
"I needed a win like that really
badly," said Barker. "I went for all my
shots and my backland was working
really well. It was just the tonic I
Barker now faces fifth-seeded Bar-
bara Potter of the United States in
WASHINGTON (AP) - Former New
England Patriot wide receiver Darryl
'Stingley was presented with Touch-
down Club of Washington's Gene Brito,
The award is given annually to the
athlete who has demonstrated outstan-
ding achievement while overcoming a
Stingley has been confined to a
wheelchair since suffering a spinal cord
injury during a National League
exhibition game in Oakland in 1978.
Drafted in the first round by the
MICHIGAN 3, Michigan Tech 2
New York Islanders 4, Washington 2
Buffalo 6, Toronto 2
Patriots in 1973, Stingley caught 110
passes for 1,883 yards and 14 touch-
downs in his five years with the
Attending Friday's presentation was
Patriots' president Billy Sullivan who
described Stingley as a "real cham-
pion ...a man of dedication who leads in
his field and fights for the rights of
Sullivan went on to say that Stinigley's
character and resolve to overcome his'
handicap had meant more to the game
of football then if he had made the
Currently serving as executive direc-
tor of player personnel for the Patriots,
Stingley has started to write a book
about his experiences.
LOS ANGELES DODGERS batter Ron Cey watches his three-run homer
head into the seats in the first inning of last night's World Series game in Los
Angeles. Cey's homer off Yankee pitcher Dave Righetti scored Davey Lopes
and Bill Russell to give the Dodgers a 3-0 lead after one inning..
@OS ANGELES Dodgers third
baseman Ron Cey is welcomed home by
teammates Pedro Guerrero, Bill
Russell and Davey Lopes after Cey's
first inning homer against the New
York Yankees last night.
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