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grabs CCHA lead
By MARTHA CRALL
Michigan State took over the top,
spot in the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association ((CCHA) standings this
week, as former leader Northern
Michigan split with Miami (0.) while
The Spartans played even more im-
pressively on the road last weekend
than they did at home, defeating the
Fighting Irish, 4-2, at Munn Arena in
East Lansing on Friday, then pasting
their hosts in Notre Dame on Saturday,
FRESHMAN GORD Flegel led the,
Spartan attack with a goal and two
assists in the opener, which the Irish led
2-1 at one point.
Saturday's contest was a wild affair,
as Michigan State captain Mark Him-
way scored a three-goal hat trick before
the first period came to a close.
Sophomore Spartan goalie Ron Scott
didn't quite play up to his usual perfor-
mance in stopping 61shots while giving
up six goals over the two games.
Northern Michigan 5-3,
Miami (0.) 2-4 (OT)
The supposed doormat of the CCHA,
Miami, hasn't been rolling over and
playing dead so far in compiling a sur-
prising 2-2-0 league record and a 7-3'
The Redskins surprised Northern
Michigan last weekend, as they came
back from a 5-2 loss to the Wildcats on
Friday to take Saturday's game in
MIAMI JUMPED out to a 2-0 lead in
Friday's game before the Wildcats
pounced for five straight !goals, in-
eluding two from junior Bruce Martin.
The Redskins weren't extremely hot of-
fensively, as they got off only 21 shots
on freshman netminder Bruno Cam-
Saturday's contest saw Miami again
jump out to an early lead before Nor-
thern scored three straight to snatch
last place in the CCHA until the Lakers
came to town. ,It was then that Bowling
Green had not one, but two field days,
scoring 13 goals in trouncing Lake
Superior twice, to end up in a tie for
Although the Lakers took an early 1-0
lead over the Falcons, it didn't last long
as only a minute after the Lakers
scored, Bowling Green went on a
period-and-a-half scoring binge, taking
the 8-2 lead after two periods. Andre
Latreille and George Mc Phee scored
two goals apiece in the uprising.
The Falcons didn't quit the next
night. After Lake Superior againftdok a
1-0 lead, Bowling Green scored five
unansered goals to put the finale away.
McPhee and Latreille again notched a
goal apiece for the Falcons. Freshman
goalie Mike David stopped 48 Laker
shots (24 each night) while his counter-
part, BGSU's Lawrence Dyck, turned
away 66 (33 each night).
Ferris State 4-5,
Ohio State 1-3
Ferris State used home ice to its ad-
vantage, taking two from Ohio State
and vaulted into third place in the
Friday night the Bulldogs led
throughout, ringing up a 3-0 lead before
Ohio State scored. Five different icers
put points on the board in the 4-1 Ferris
In the finale, Ohio State jumped out
to a 3-0 first-period lead before junior
Bulldog center Paul Cook got warmed
up. The Brampton, Ontario native put
his first goal in the net with only, 13
seconds left in the first period. Hecon-
tinued singlehandedly to chip away at
the Buckeye lead in the second stanza,
notching his second gaol at 3:05. Cook
turned on the red light at 1:32 of the
third to tie the score at three, record his
hat trick, and wrap up CCHA Player-of-
the-Week honors with a total of four
goals on the weekend.
Randy Merrifield scored the game-S
winner for Ferris at 9:54 of the third
period and Steve Blair added an in-
surance goal midway through the last
Michigan Tech 6-6,
Minnesota-Duluth 4-5 (OT)
Michigan Tech continued to improve
ifter its slow start, sweeping former
Western Collegiate Hockey Association
rival Minnesota-Duluth in non-
Steve Murphy scored twice in the
opener, one a short-handed goal. Ann
Arbor native Tom Allen started in the
nets for the Huskies, giving up two of
the four goals. The freshman left for
6:23 of the second period after a piece of
equipment broke and in his .absence,
senior Darcy Way gave up the other two
Jeff Johnston scored two goals for
Tech in the finale, one a shorthanded
score only 30 seconds after teammate
Ron Zuke also scored on the UMb
power play.After the two teams skated
to a 5-5 tie in regulation, Mike Laueh
notched the game-winner at 1:30'of the
Center for Chinese Studies
Twentieth Anniversary Lecture Series
Leoard IN PERSPECTIVE
Leonard Woodcock has played a vital role in the
normalization of relations between the USA and.
China. Following his retirement in 1977 from the
post of international president of the United Auto
Workers, he was appointed by President Carter as
chief of the US Liaison Office to the People's
Republic of China. In that capacity, he was involved
in negotiations that were aimed at full nor-
malization of relations between the American and
Chinese governments. In early 1978, he became the
chief US negotiator. and after negotiations were
successfully concluded in December 1978,
President Carter appointed him as the first
American ambassador to the People's Republic. He
resigned from that position in the spring of 1981,
and will be an adjunct professor of political science
at the University of Michigan for the 1981-82
Wednesday, November 18
the lead. But a power play goal by Rick
Kuraly at 9:22 of regulation tied it up at
three. The Redskins made quick work
of the Wildcats in overtime as right
winger Dave Wheeldon notched an
unassisted goal with only 43 seconds
gone in the extra stanza.
Northern again rotated goalies, with
sophomore Jeff Poeschl in the nets on
Saturday, stopping 23 spots. Senior
Miami netminder Dan Kodatsky stop-
ped 59 Wildcat shots in the two-game
Bowling Green 8-5,
rLake Superior 2-2
Bowling Green pulled off another sur-
pise, this one at the expense of Lake
Superior State. The Falcons held down
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Hockey Magazine Poll
...Bulldog earns CCHA honors
1. Wisconsin (10).....
2. North Dakota......
4. ;Michigan State ......
7. N. Michigan........
8. New Hampshire .....
Colorado College ....
10. MICHIGAN ........
Earn 8 Credits This Spring
in NEW HAMPSHIRE
THE NEW ENGLAND
1. Michigan State......
2. Northern Michigan..
3. Ferris State........
4. MICHIGAN ........
5. Miami (0.)........
6. Western Michigan ...
7. Michigan Tech ....
Bowling Green ......
9. Notre Dame .......
10. Ohio State.......
11. Lake Superior.......
WMPL Hockey Poll
W L T Pt
Wisconsin (10).......7 0 1' I
Minnesota........... 5 2 1 64
Michigan State ...... 6 1 1 59
North Dakota.......7 3 0 59
Northern Michigan.. 6 2 0 47
Clarkson...........3 0 0 44
MICHIGAN..........5 1 2 40
Denver ............. 3 2 1 28
Providence...........1 3 0 25
. New Hampshire .... 1 0 0 17,
This week's games
MICHIGAN (F) vs. Michigan State (S)
Bowling Green at Western Michigan
Ferris State at Miami (0.)
Ohio State at Notre Dame
Michigan Tech at Lake Superior (Saturday and
Chicago Circle at Northern Michigan
(F) Friday home game; (S) Saturday home game
CCHA Leading Scorers
Player, School Games Goals-Assists-Points
1. Dave Mogush, N. Mich 8 13-7-20
2. Newell Brown.
Michigan State.,. 8 1-17-18
3. Eric Ponath, N. Mich. 8 8-9--17
4. Bruce Martin, N. Mich 8 6-7-13
Notre Dame ......8 3-10-13
THURS., NOV. 19
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PROF. WALTER CLARK
Dept. of English
North Dakota 5-2, Colorado College 4-3
Denver 7-3, Minnesota 3-9
Wisconsin 10, 7, Western Ontario 1-1
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