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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, November 15, 1981

Page8 4

Icers come.

By MARK BOROWSKI
The real Michigan hockey team
finially woke up last night to play the
final period in its game against Western
Michigan, managing to salvage a 4-3
squeaker. ,
The game started like a bad dream
for the Wolverines, as they failed to
take advantage of several scoring op-
portunities and let Western Michigan
take a 1-0 lead midway through the first
period when junior center Diego Odino
swatted in a bouncing rebound off the

pads of godlie Peter Mason that landed
in the net.
THE GOAL came less than a minute
after the Wolverines did a fine job of
killing off a two-man Bronco advantage
while defensemen Steve Richmond and
Mick Neff were in the penalty box.
Mason, however, remained sharp
while the rest of the team dozed.
"Mason played well," said Michigan
coach John Giordano. "We played pret-
ty well overall; I'm happy with both
games."
The victory upped Mason's record to
2-0-1 on the season as Giordano con-
tinues to alternate the starting net-
minder position between the New York
native and freshman Jon Elliott.
THE PLAY that finally brought
Michigan and a rambunctious crowd of
4,921 at Yost Arena to life was a third
period goal by Steve Yoxheimer to give

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alive;
Michigan a 3-2 lead that it had lost only
seconds earlier.
Yoxheimer was on the fly when a Don
Krussman pass landed on his stick.
Yoxheimer then snapped a quick shot
past WMU goalie Glenn Healy that rung
the back post and bounced back out
before the referees could see it. The
goal judge flicked the red light on
momentarily and then turned it off as
played continued until Michigan froze
the puck. The Wolverines protested the
call and the officials conferred before
the goal judge signalled a Blue goal, for
what turned out to be a sure victory.
Sophomore winger Jim McCauley
added what turned out to be the winning
goal at 19:17 of the final period when he
blocked a Bronco shot, raced the length
of the ice and slid the puck into an em-
pty net as Western pulled Healy in or-
der to have six attackers.
TWENTY-THREE seconds later the
Broncos tried to put themselves back
into the game with another goal from
Odinoto make the score 4-3 butait was
too late to make a serious comeback.
As the slow-moving first period was
coming to an end, Western's Glenn
Johannesen speared Michigan's Brad
Tippett and was issued a five-minute
major penalty and a game misconduct.
The lackluster Wolverine power play
was unable to take advantage of the
one-man advantage until a Tippett tip-
in knotted the score at 1-1 with only 48
seconds left in the penalty to Johan-
nesen. Ann Arbor native Mark Perry let
his slapshot fly from the point and Tip-
pett just angled it between the legs of
Healy.
Michigan took the lead for the first
time in the game at 15:11 of the second
period, when Dennis May's third goal of
the season gave the Wolverines a 2-1
edge. May flew down the right wing and
whistled alow shot that caught the far
corner just after the Wolverines' Jeff
Grade returned from a two-minute
penalty for checking the goalie.
THE BRONCOS retaliated at 5:01 of
the third period, when Rob Reid
received a Paul' Reifenberger pass,
glided past a stumbling Perry and flip-
ped a perfect wrist shot over Mason's
left shoulder to tie the score at 2-2.
The win upped Michigan's record to
5-1-2 overall and 3-1-2 in the CCHA,
while Western fell to 3-4-1 in the league,

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Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM
WOLVERINE CENTER Dave Richter (5) passes to teammate Brad Tippett (14), in the background. Tippett then fired
the puck into the Bronco goal for a Michigan score early inthe second period. The Wolverines went on to down Western
Michigan, 4-3.

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the same record it has overall.
The Wolverines face-off against arch-
rival Michigan State in a home-and-
home series next weekend.
BLUELINES-Michigan was forced
to play without the services of senior
defenseman Brian Lundberg last night,
due to a knee injury he suffered in
Friday night's 3-3 tie with Western.
Lundberg had played 69 straight games
before the injury, which will be
diagnosed on Monday. It is not yet
known how long he will be out of action.

Broncos bucked

FIRST PERIOD.
Scoring:1.WMU-Odlno (T. Olson,;Murphy) 10:27
Penalties: WMU-Calder (hooking) :29; M-Ness
(holding) 7:01; M-Richmond (tripping$ 7:34;
M-Richmond (high-sticking) 16:50; WMU-Johan-
nesen (spearing, five minute major, game miscon-
duct disqualification) 19:36.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 1. M-Tippett (Richter, Perry) 3:48; 2.
M-May 15:11.
Penalties: M-Tippett (hooking) 13:06; M--Grade
(checking goalie) 15:44.

THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 2. WMU-Reid (Reifenberger, Grill)
5:01; 3. M-Yoxheimer (Krussman, Richmond)
5:12; 4. M-McCauley (unassisted) 19:17; 3.
WMU-Odino(Johnston, Olson) 19:40.
Penalties: WMU-Bench (too many men on ice)
2:05; M-Yoxheimer (tripping) 5:33; M-Neff (trip-
ping) 10:26.
SAVES

M-Mason.................6
WMU-Healy ..............7

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Bruno:

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for new pro team

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By MARTHA CRALL
and CHUCK JAFFE
Former Michigan hockey player
Bruno Baseotto is now playing for his ,
fourth team since he left Michigan
early last season.
Baseotto's newest team is the Flint
Generals of the International Hockey
League. The Generals acquired his
services from New Brunswick of the
American Hockey League. Both clubs
are affiliated with the Chicago Black
Hawks of the National Hockey League,
with whom Baseotto is under contract.
"I WASN'T getting any playing time
at New Brunswick, and I was getting
ready to quit hockey and pack it in,"
Baseotto said. "But then I was told that
if I do well here, they'll call me up (to
the Black Hawks)."
Baseotto has been with the Generals
for three weeks, but has yet to see any

action due to a knee injury. He expects
to be ready to play this weekend.
"The Chicago Black Hawks are very
high on him and they sent him here to
get some playing time," said General's
manager Mark Boileau. "We expect
him to be here as long as he produces,
and if. he produces enough, I'm sure
the Black Hawks will bring him up."
After leaving Michigan' last season,
the right winger went to the Calgary
Wranglers of the Western Hockey
League, where he led the team in
scoring with 55 goals and 59 assists for
114 points. After the season, the Black
Hawks signed him as a free agent, and
after training camp, assigned him to
New Brunswick.
"The coach there (New Brunswick
coach Orval Tessier) wasn't going to
play me," Baseotto said. "It's a whole
lot of politics. I'm just glad I got out of
it and came down here to play."

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Delivery Squad...
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is Dec. 3, 1981.

Baseotto
... moves to Flint
BILLBOARD
The intramural pairings will be
available to participants at the In-
tramural Sports Building starting
tomorrow. The wrestling matches will
take place at the Sports Coliseum on
Tuesday from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m., Wed-
nesday from 6:30 to 11:00 p.m., and
Thursday from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m.

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The Coach:
The Tenatious Tom Burelli
Notorious for his questionable
recruting tactics.

The fat and fool-hearty first man I
of pizza.
Rock'n Roll'n Raymond Rulinsky
Rolling pizzas to you in the first leg
of the Count's new delivery and
take out relay.

From Southern Arkansaw:
Known to socialize with the likes of
the Texas Chainsaw Gang and the
Hell's Angels.is one of the last and
great surviving Peckerwoods
of all time. 4j
Henry the Fi K Hardy -
He holds five individual world
records in the nizza field events

From Pismo Beach, California:
Holding three individual world records
in the delivery relay, running the
anchor leg for the Count squad and
a close friend of Attila the Hungry
(Speed is of the Essence)
Long, Lean, Lopp'n and sometimes
seen lurking on the campus
of LC.L.A. scouting for cheerleaders
Leap'n Larry Landsteddi

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