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SPORTS

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The Michigan Daily

Sunday, November 22, 1981

Page 8

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Spartans shut out

By MARTHA CRALL
Special to the Daily
EAST, LANSING- A 21-year-old kid
from Guelph, Ontario capped what tur-
ned out to be a dismal day for Michigan
fans.
Michigan State goalie Ron Scott tur-
ned in a spectacular performance and
earned the fourth shutout of his short
career as a Spartan with a 3-0 white-
washing of the Wolverines at Munn Ice
Arena.
THE CROWD of 6,555 remained
unappreciative of Scott's feat until
MSU killed off a one minute, 20-second
five-on-three Michigan power play, af-
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ter which the fans gave Scott a rousing
ovation.
Gary Haight, Ken Leiter, and Lyle
Phair netted the Spartans scores.
The sophomore netminder has
already done four times what former
Michigan All-American Paul Fricker
never did once-hold the opposition
scoreless.
THE WOLVERINES put on the ice a
rather make-shift team, skating
without the services of defensemen
Mike Neff, who was suspended after a
fight on Friday night, and an injured
Brian Lundberg. The most serious
blow, however, was the loss of leading
scorer Ted Speers, who suffered a knee
Great Scott
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. MSU-Flaight (Scott) 1:38; 2.
MSU-Leiter (Anastos, McPhail) 15:19.
Penalties: M-Richter (holding) :35; MSU-Gar-
dner (hooking) 3:12; MSU-Leiter (interference)
5:43; MSU-Leiter (hooking) 10:01; M-Grade
(tripping) 12:46; M-Richter (holding) 13:33;
MSU-Brown (holding) 13:54; MSU-Lelter (high
sticking) 19:53.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: None.,
Penalties: M-Miilburn (hooking)' 3:07; M-Dn.
May (high sticking) 14:12; M-Richmnd(cross
checking) 15: 35;. M-Tippett (roughing) 19:17.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 3. MSU-Phair (Anastos) 1I:18.
Penalties: M-Grade (roughing) 3:01;
MSU-Laikian (high sticking) 8:33; MSU-Haight
(interference) 9:13; MSU-Haight (interference)
11:52.

injury midway through the first period.
That pressed freshman John
Hawkins into seryice at the blue line
and Graig Noren as a forward. Defen-
seman Steve Richmond was double
shifted all night long as nearly
everyone saw action on the impotent
power play, which was 0-8 last night
and 0-14 in the home and home series.
AFTER MICHIGAN State took a 2-0
lead in the first period, Phair capped
the Spartans scoring with a goal at
15:18 of the third stanza..
Michigan goalie Jon Elliott stopped

Icers,
271Spartan shots, but was obviously
over-shadowed by Scott, who saved 30
shots.
Michigan State's initial goal came on a
power play while the Wolverines' *Dave
Richter was serving his first penalty of
the evening. The goal occured at only
35 seconds of the first period.
AFTER BILLY Reid had cleared the
puck, Scott gave it to defenseman
Haight, who skated clear'down the right
side and beat Blue defenseman Mark
Perry at the right circle. The puck
went clean through Elliott's legs to make

3-0
ti 1-0 at 1:38.
Later in the period, the Spartans
made it a two goal lead when both
teams were skating down a man.
Leiter notched his first goal of the
season with a slapshot in the middle
just inside the Michigan zone. The shot
hit a screened Elliott straight on and
went between his legs again at 15:19.
Although neither team was par-
ticularly crisp, MSU got controlled play
in the neutral zone, subsequently spen-
ding the majority of the first period on
the attack. .

Scott
... gains fourth shut out

NCAA ROUNDUP:
Washington wins, 23-10; onto Pasadena

4

SEATTLE (AP) - Washington's
Huskies, with quarterback Steve
Pelluer passing for one touchdown and
tailback Ron Jackson running for
another, earned their second straight
Rose Bowl trip yesterday with a,23-10.
victory over error-plagued Washington
State.
Chuck Nelson booted three field goals
and Washingtonrcame up with six
Cougar turnovers, four of them by
quarterback Ricky Turner.
Washington linebacker Ken Driscoll
recovered a Turner fumble and inter-
cepted a Turner pass.
Coach Don James' Huskies won their
second consecutive Pacific-10Con-
ference football' championship. They
wound up the regular season with a 6-2
Pac-10 record and a 9-2 overall mark.
USC 22, UCLA 21
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Marcus
Allen rushed for 219 yards and two
touchdowns yesterday the last with 2:14
remaining, to give the 10th ranked
Trojans a come-from-behind 22-21

Pacific-18 victory over No.15 UCLA.
USC nose guard George Achica
preserved the win when he blocked a 46-
yard field goal attempt by the Bruins'
Norm Johnson as time expired.
Penn State 24,
Notre Dame 21
COLLEGE PARK (AP)- Quarter-
back Todd Blackledge's second one-
yard touchdown run with 3:48 left
rallied 13th-ranked Penn State to a 24-21
victory over Notre Dame yesterday.

The Nittany Lions, now 8-2, were ex-
pected to accept an invitation to play in
the Jan. 1 Fiesta Bowl in Tempe, Ariz.
Their opponent probably will come
from the Pac-10.
Pittsburgh 35, Temple 0
PHILADELPHIA (AP)- Quarter-
back Dan Marino passed for four
touchdowns as top-ranked and un-
defeated Pittsburgh crushed Temple
35-0 in a sloppily played college football
game yesterday.
The Panthers, 10-0, who may well

face Georgia in a rematch of the 1976
Sugar Bowl that gave Pitt the national
championship, were to hold a press con-
ference following the game. Sugar and
Orange Bowl representatives were
present, and bids were to be offered
Saturday afternoon.
Marino hooked up with flanker Barry
Compton for two quick touchdowns and
halfback Bryan Thomas cut back for 19
yards and a third score to give Pitt a 21-
0 first quarter lead.

SAVES
MSU-Scott .............12
M-Elliott .............. 8

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Ptstons cool
By JESSE BARKIN
Special to the Daily
*PONTIAC- Isiah Thomas' game-leading 28 points lifted
the Detroit Pistons to a 95-86 victory over Utah last night at
the Silverdome. The win catapulted Detroit to first place in
the NBA Central Division, one-half game ahead of
Milwaukee.
Thomas also dished off eight assists despite missing eight
of his sixteen free throw attempts. The Pistons shot only 46%
from the field, while the Jazz could only manage 44%.
"IT WAS NOT a thing of beauty," said Pistons Coach Scot-
ty Robertson. "But there is no such thing as a bad win."
The defensive combination of Kelly Tripuka and Greg
Kelser put the clamps on the NBA's leading scorer, Adrian
Dantley, who scored 24 points, eight of which came after the
game had already been decided.

Jazz, 95-86
"I thought we did an especially good job in the second half
in holding the number of shots Dantley took," said Rober-
tson.
AFTER TRAILING most of the game, the Jazz closed the
gap to 80-77 on a Dantley jump shot midway through the four-
th quarter. But the Pistons reeled off eight straight points to
put the game out of reach.
Piston general manager Jack McCloskey announced, after
the game, the trading of Keiser to the Seattle Supersonics for
guard Vinne Johnson, pending the passing of physical exams
for both players.
"It was a good trade for both teams," said Robertson.
"Greg wasn't getting a lot of minutes (played) for us and
Vinnie wasn't getting a lot of minutes with Seattle."
Kelser's reaction was very positive. "That (the trade) will
be real good for me, because they want me."

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