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Page 10-Tuesday, January 27, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Gophers, Sioux in

showdown for first

By TOM SHAHEEN
How does North Dakota coach John
"Gino" Gasparini plan to stop an offen-
sive power which has scored 27 goals in
its last four games and boasts three of
the top five leading scorers in the
W CHA?
"1'm going to church every day this
week," quipped Gasparini. "Maybe

those three guys will fall down the
stairs and break their legs."
While the always-colorful Fighting
Sioux coach was merely joking, he
realizes that stopping the mighty Min-
nesota offense is a formidable task in-
deed.
The two first-place teams square off
at Williams Arena in Minneapolis for a

key WCHA weekend series. Minnesota,
ranked first in the nation, is coming off
two big victories against Michigan,
while North Dakota split its series with
a hot Colorado College team.
North Dakota displayed some
firepower of its own Friday night as it
demolished Colorado College, 12-5. The
Tigers fell apart in the latter stages of

the contest, as goals came easy for the
Fighting Sioux. The next evening star-
ted out to be a carbon copy of the first,
as North Dakota jumped to an early 2-0
lead. But Colorado College kept the
pressure on the uninspired North
Dakota icers and came up with a 6-5 up-
set victory which prevented the
Fighting Sioux from' assuming sole

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possession of first place in the WCHA,
"We didn't play with the same
emotion after we got that early lead -
and then we stumbled," said Gasparini.
"Our goaltending wasn't up to par, but
we'll be ready for the Gophers this
week."
Denver at Notre Dame
While Notre Dame isn't out of the
playoff picture, things look grim for
coach Charles "Lefty" Smith's icers.
The Fighting Irish lost a pair of games
to Denver last weekend, and the team's
record plummeted to 5-12-1 in the
WCHA. Despite the superior offensive
and defensive play of Notre Dame's
Jeff Logan, a junior from Grosse Pointe
Shores, the Irish couldn't keep the door
closed on the charging Pioneer offense
which tallied six times for a one-goal
opening victory. Then Denver blasted
Notre Dame in the series finale, 9-4.
The victories put the Pioneers just one
point behind the league leaders (Min-
nesota and North Dakota), and Denver
is optimistic about the coming
weekend, as it travels to East Lansing
to face the last-place Michigan State
Spartans. Notre Dame goes north to
face Minnesota-Duluth and try to keep
its playoff hopes alive, albeit barely.
Duluth at Wisconsin
Wisconsin raced past Minnesota-
Duluth on Friday night, 7-2, and picked
up a come-from-behind 4-3 decision the
next evening to keep pace with the
leaders in the WCHA.
After scoring two quick goals in the
second game, itappeared to be Wiscon-
sin's night. But Duluth scored three

unanswered goals to take a 3-2 lead, and
the Badgers were in trouble. Freshman
Brian Mullen came to the rescue,
scoring a shorthanded goal in the third
period, and from then on it was all
Wisconsin.
The two defeats left Duluth in a sixth-
place tie with Michigan and Colorado
College.
Michigan State at Michigan Tech
Goaltendling. A perfect description
for the Michigan Tech-Michigan State
series. Unfortunately for the Spartans,
WCHA
Report'
Tech goalie Frank Krieber put on a
super netminding show, allowing one
goal in the Saturday night affair after
an opening-night shutout. The perfor-
mhnce earned the Huskies' goaltender
the WCHA Player of the Week honor.
The victories, 5-0 and 4-1', left Michigan
Tech just two games out of first place.
In the other "big" series this
weekend, Coach John MacInnes's
Huskies face Wisconsin. Only four poin-
ts separate his team from first place in
the WCHA.
"We've had a lot of flu and illness,"
said Wisconsin coach Bob Johnson.
"Whenever our two teams get together,
expect a fast and physical showdown."

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WCHA STANDINGS Denver at Michigan State
Michigan Tech at Wisconsin
W L T Pts North Dakota at Minnesota
Minnesota .......... 12 6 0 24 Notre Dame at Minnesota-Duluth
North Dakota........11 5 2 24 WCHA SCORING LEADERS
Denver ............. 11 6 1 23 1. Neal Broten, Minnesota..........G 8 32
Wisconsin...........11 7 0 22 2. Aaron Broten, Minnesota.........18 15 25 40
Mich. Tech..........10 8 0 20 2. Bruce Aikens, Colprado College .. 18 16 24 40
MICHIGAN ........ 8 10 0 16 4. Steve Ulseth, Minnesota..........18 18 21 39
Minn.-Duluth ....... 8 10 0 16 5. Troy Murray, North Dakota .,... 18 18 19 37
Colorado College ... 8 10 0 16 WMPL HOCKEY POLL
Notre Dame ........ 5 12 1 11 1. Minnesota (4)........... 91
Michigan State ..... 4 14 0 8 2. North Dakota (3) ....... 86

WEEKEND SCORES
Minnesota 6-7, MICHIGAN 2-3
Michigan Tech 5-4, Michigan State 0-1
North Dakota 12-5, Colorado College 5-6
Wisconsin 7-4, Minnesota-Duluth 2-3
Denver 6-9, Notre Dame 5-4
THiS WEEK'S GAMES
(Friday and Saturday)
MICHIGAN at Colorado College

3. Northeastern (2)......
4. Denver (1)...........
5. Wisconsin ..............
6. Clarkson ...............
7. Boston College.......
8. Ohio State ..............
9. Maine.................
10. Michigan Tech .......

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Kirton, Red Wings
defeat Toronto, 4-2

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WE'LL BE CLOSED SUNDAY FOR INVENTORY
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HERE ARE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS.

TORONTO (UPI)-Mark Kirton scored two third-period goals against his for-
mer teammates and added an assist to power the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-2 victory
last night over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Kirton, traded to Detroit from Toronto Dec. 4, broke a 2-2 deadlock at 6:22 of the
final period when he surprised goalie Jiri Crha with a quick 20-foot wrist shot in-
side the right post. At 10: 58, Kirton broke down the left wing and found an opening
under the crossbar from 30 feet out.
Reed Larson, who has scored 11 times in the past 12 games, collected his 19th
goal of the season at 11:09 when his screened slapshot went-into the net off Crha's
pads. At 17:56, Willie Huber scored his fourth goal of the season on a similar drive
after taking a- feed from Kirton, giving the Wings a 2-0 lead.
Toronto evened the count in the second period. Rick Vaive was credited with his
23rd of the season at 6:01. With Detroit on a power play, Detroit goalie Larry
Lozinski attempted to clear the puck but hit Huber with it and watched it rebound
into the net.

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TODAY MARKS THE beginning of
what we hope will be a successful
feature Qn the Daily sports pages. Staff
writer Alan Goldstein, Executive Spor-
ts Editor Scott M. Lewis, and the in-
tramural department staff will compile
weekly rankings of the top ten teams
across divisions for major IM sports,
such as basketball, touch football, and
softball. We hope that the rankings (see

page 9) will add another dimension to
our coverage of IM sports and heighten
the already-fierce competitive spirit
that has long been associated with the
IM program.
And on this page, we feature the
WCHA report (compiled by staff writer
Tom Shaheen), whicY has become a
new weekly feature as part of our ex-
panded hockey coverage.

to be a
is to be

UAC Senior Officer

bright with -new ideas
able to accept new challenges
ambitious
eager
responsible

openings
are for

President
VP for finance
VP for publicity
VP for program

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