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SPORTS

ATTENTION
Juniors, Seniors, Grad Students
BUILD YOUR CREDIT

eMichigan Daily
GOAI
lcers h
By BARB BARKER
The Ohio State Buckeyes will not be
the only traditional Wolverine rivals to
vade Ann Arbor this weekend as the
1ichigan hockey team will take on the
Central Collegiate Hockey
Association's (CCHA) first-place
Michigan State Spartans in a two-game
series..
The Wolverines host tonight's con-
frontation at Yost Ice Arena (7:30
p.m.) and then will make the drive to
East Lansing tomorrow night to com-
lete the series.
Scott
.. All-American candidate

Friday, November 20, 1981

Page 11

LTENDERS KEY MA TCHUP
o pe to melt MSU
IN ADDITION to the long-time in- center and wings Mark Hamway and
trastate rivalry, there will be plenty at Nigpl Thomas, should also be a strong
stake for' the two teams, including suit for MSU. Last week, Hamway led
national rankings and the top spot in the his team to defeat Notre Dame 8-4,
conference. collecting three goals in the first period.
"We're both probably the toughest DESPITE THE Spartans' season
teams in a very tough conference,",said record and apparent strengths,
Michigan goalie Peter Mason. "The Michigan State assistant coach Shawn
way I see it, at the end of the season Walsh is not overly confident about the
we'll most likely be fighting each other series outcome.
for the conference championship. This "You never can tell what's going to
weekend can be considered to be almost happen when we play Michigan,"
a preliminary championship battle." Walsh said. "Both team's work habits
The Spartan icers, who are (6-1-1) in are intensified by the rivalry. Michigan
conference play and ranked fourth has some excellent leadership and
nationally in the latest Hockey some very tough players."
Magazine poll, should prove to be tough Once again, the Wolverines' key to
competition. the game will be their defense. Walsh
ALL-AMERICAN candidate, goalie said he feels Michigan "has the
Ron Scott, is Michigan State's strongest toughest defense in the country.
asset. Scott was the Western Collegiate Scoring will be tough. That team
Hockey Association's (WCHA) rookie- doesn't get scored on much."
of-the-year last season and ranks third Giordano feels that his team is ready
this season in the CCHA with 2.48 goals to take on the Spartans. "We've spent
against average. Ironically, the two four days practicing mornings and af-
goalies ahead of Scott are Michigan's ternoons. We better be ready," he said.
Mason at 1.85 and Jon Elliott at 2.16 "Besides, they may be at the top, but
goals against average, respectively. you got to remember this is only MSU.
"Michigan State has strong, strong If we can't get ready to play them . . ."
goaltending," said Wolverine head Tonight's game begins at 7:30 and
coach John Giordano. "It's going to be can be heard live on WJJX radio, 65
tough to get shots past him (Scott). If Cable AM. Tomorrow night's game at
we can manage to do that we'll be OK." East Lansing begins at 7:30 p.m. and
The Spartan's first line, featuring will be broadcast on WCBN radio, 88.3
CCHA assist leader Newel Brown at FM.

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Pistons fire by Bullets, 122-97

PONTIAC (AP) - Kelly Tripucka
scored 22 points and John Long added
20" as the Detroit Pistons blasted the
Washington Bullets 122-97 in National
Basketball Association action.
Detroit, which upped its record to 6-4,
trailed only once, 3-2, in the opening
minute of the contest.
LONG SCORED nine points in the
opening period as Detroit grabbed a 31-
24 lead. The second quarter saw
etroit open up as much as a 14-point
lead, 44-30, before settling for a 56-49
halftime advantage.
Tripucka, a rookie from Notre Dame,
scored eight points in the third quarter
Young
FH y
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP)- Purdue
Atiletic Director George King says the
Bclermaker assistant football coaches
will be considered during selection of a
replacement for head Coach Jim
Young, who says he is resigning.
* We will assess our present staff
where there are thre very qualified
pepple in my opinion," King said after
Young's surprise announcement
yesterday that he will step down after
Saturday's Indiana-Purdue game at
Bloomington.
YOUNG notified his staff and players
after yesterday's practice he will
resign at the end of the season to devote
11l time to his position as the univer-
siy's associate athletic director.
I'This is a career change," Young, 46,
said. "After 26 years of coaching, my
family and I have decided to concen-
trate on athletic administration here at
Purdue."

T ripucka, Long
park 64 Detroit
as Detorit outscored the Bullets 34-18 to
take a 90-67 lead into the final period.
WITH DETROIT Coach Scotty
Robertson using his substitutues in th
final 12 minutes, the Pistons opened up
as much as a 30-point lead before set
tling for the 25-point victory.
For Detroit, the other three starters
each scored in double figures. Ken
Benson hit 18, Phil Hubbard 17 an
rookie Isiah Thomas 14.

e

"John (Long) makes it kind of easy, I
just give him the ball and he scores,"
said Thomas.
"We were able to stop them at every
phase of the game, our defense was
superb and we were passing the ball
very well," said coach Scotty Rober-
tson after the game.

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