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SPORTS
Page 8 Sunday, March 8, 1981 The Michigan Daily
Icers lead Denver after two, 3-2

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By MARTHA CRALL
Special to the Daily
DENVER - The Michigan hockey
team was leading Denver, 3-2, after two
periods last night at DU Arena.
The Wolverines held a four-goal ad-
vantage in their total-goals first-round
playoff series after their 5-2 victory
Friday night.
Michigan was playing without two
defensemen, leading scorer Steve
Richmond and Dave Richter, and the
two were assessed game
'disqualification penalties for fighting
after Friday's game.
GLENN JOHNSON AND Ed Biers
were out of Denver's lineup for the
same reason.
In the second period the Pioneers tied
the game at 1-1 with only 30 seconds
gone when leading scorer Ken Berry
scored on goalie Paul Fricker.
Michigan broke the tie at 1:25 when
Jeff Mars sailed down the right side of
the Pioneer zone and slapped the puck
from the face-off circle past goalie
Scott Robinson. Joe Milburn and Mark
Perry assisted Mars' second goal of the
night.
The Wolverines upped the score to 3-1
at 10:18 when Mars took a shot which
was stopped by Robinson and Ted
Speers lifted the rebound past the
goalie from the slot.

Barring collapse, tourney
advancement is imminent

Berry brought Denver back to within
one on his second goal of the period at
14:05 on a pass from Don Fraser.
IN THE FIRST period only one goal
was scored,'that by Michigan to give it
a 1-0 lead after the initial action-packed
twenty minutes.
Mars took a pass from Speers down
the left side on a two-on-one breakaway
and fired a slapshot from the point past
Robinson. Roger Bourne also chalked
up an assist on the power play goal
which came at 7,: 33.

The Michigan defensive zone foiled
three Pioneer one-man advantages
during the first period.
THE WOLVERINES triumphed last
night, 5-2, thanks to a brilliant perfor-
mances by Fricker and the line of Gor-
die Hampson, Bourne ar.l Dennis May.
May and Bourne each scored two goals
and Hampson collected three assists.
The victory was a bit marred,
however, as a bench-clearing brawl en-
sued after Denver's Ed Beers clob-

bered Michigan's Joe Milburn, causing
the Wolverine to slump to the ice. One
thing led to another, and several scuf-
fles broke out between Denver and'
Michigan players.
During the melee, the fans, who bor-;
dered on rabidity all evening, knocked
two Plexiglas partitions onto the ic'
and threw a chair at Fricker. When
referee Richard Haith tried to restrain
the Blue's Brian Lundberg from at
costing a Denver player, Lundberg
reeled around and belted Haith,
knocking him unconscious for a few.:
minutes.
Finally, after both coaches had gone
onto the ice to round up their players,
order was restored. It took the referees
over an hour of game tape reView to
come to a decision as to which players
to penalize.

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From the Associated Press
Seemingly in command of the meet
after Friday night's competition, the
Michigan track team found itself in
need of a victory in the final event.of
yesterday's Big Ten Championships in
Columbus to claim the conference title.
Instead, Illinois captured the 4-by-400
meter relay and the championship with
117 points to the Wolverines' 104.
Michigan State claimed third place
with 70.5 points, Wisconsin took fourth
with 51, and the defending champion
Indiana Hoosiers dropped to fifth in
1981 with 47.
ANDREW BRUCE, the former
Trinidad Olympian, led the Michigan
cause with a.4ouble victory, taking the
55-meter dash in 6.25 seconds and the
300-meter run in 33.8.
Wolverine distance runner Dan
Heikkenen won the 3,000-meter run on
Friday night, but his time of 3:50.03 in
the 1,500 yesterday was not sufficient to
catch the Big Ten record-setting pace
(3:49.9) of Iowa's Ed DeLashmutt.
Several Wolverines gave less-than-
expected performances during the 71st
annual championship. Mike Shea en-
tered the meet with the season's fastest
Big Ten time in the 800-metef run but
finished a disappointing tltirrh 1:53.7.

BUTCH WOOLFOLK, who was the
defending conference champ in the 300-
meter could manage only a fifth this
year. He also failed to qualify for the
finals of the 55-meter dash to dismiss
any hopes he had of attaining a spot in
next week's NCAA Championships.
Michigan high jumper Dave Lugin,
whose season best was 7' ", settled for
a leap of 6'%" and fourth place at the
Big Ten's.
Illinois' Mile Lehmann set a con-
ference record in the shot put with a
heave of 67'4'/4". Michigan's John
Nielson and Phil Wells scored in the
field event by taking fourth and sixth
place, respectively. ,
THE WOLVERIINES, (who had
finished in the runner-up slot a year
ago, as well) end their indoor season
next week when they host the NCAA's
at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena. Shea has
qualified for the nationals in the half-
mile, and James Ross earned a spot in
the high jump. The Blue will also be
represented in the distance medley and
the mile relay events.
Gymnasts lose to Falcons
Special to the Daily
BOWLING GREEN - The Michigan
women gymnasts lost to Bowling

for frats or sororities with Greek 1.D.) pins,

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n Big Ten
Green, 136.8-135.35 yesterday, to drop
their season dual meet record to 5-5, but
the tumblers' total boosted their all-
important average score as they head
into regional competition. The average
is taken from the women's four highest
scores of the season, and yesterday's
tally replaces the previous fourth best
of 130.9. Finishing third in the three-'
team meet was Illinois State with 126
points.
"We really didn't care whether or not
we won the dual meet," coach Sheri
Hyatt said afterwards. "That won't
help us at regionals. Our real goal today
was to get 135."
KATHY BECKWITH stood out for the
Wolverines by finishing first in two
events, tying for the top spot in two
more, and grabbing fourth in yet
another. She completed the all-around
competition with a score of 35.3, tops on
the squad thus far in 1980-81.
Teresa Bertoncin and Angela Deaver
also performed well for Michigan. With
a second place on the balance beam and
a sixth in the vault, Bertoncin placed
third in the all-around with 33.65.
Deaver nabbed third on the beam and
sixth in the floor exercise.
The Wolverines entered the com-
petition minus the services of Marian
Lingstrom, who. injured her knee on
Thursday but is expected to be back in
action when the tumblers travel to In-
diana State next Saturday.
Fencers finish fifth .
EVANSTON (AP)-Illinois retained
its men's Big Ten Fencing Champion-
ship team title yesterday with an
aggregate 38 points, beating second-
place finishers Ohio and Wisconsin by
six points. Michigan came in fifth.
Big Ten Fencing Championships
Men's Team Championships
1. Illinois 38
2. Ohio 32
Wisconsin tie 32
4. Northwestern 18
5. Michigan 16
Individual Men's Champions
Foil-Snow, Illinois; epee-Mat-
thews, Ohio State; Sabre-Kroeten,
Wisconsin.
Women's Team Championship
1. Ohio 43
2. Wisconsin 22
3. Northwestern 15
4. Michigan 4
Individual Women's Championship
Foil-Cornelius, Ohio State
Scores
College Basketball
Louisville 42, Cincinnati 31 .
Brigham Young 95, Utah 76
Syracuse 83, villanova 80 (3 OT)
Arizona State 87, Oregon State 67
Pennsylvania 76, Columbia 71
Creighton 70, Wichita St. 64
Long Island U. 77, Iona 72
North Carolina 61, Maryland 60
Pittsburgh 64, Duquesne 60
W. Kentucky 71, Murray St. 67
Princeton 52, Cornell 46 (OT)
Brown 73, Harvard 65
James Madison 69, Richmond 59
MAC Tournament
Ball State 79, N. Illinois 66
Toledo 71, Western Michigan 65 (consolation)
WCHA Hockey Playoffs
Michigan Tech 7, North Dakota 4
NHL
Boston 7, Chicago 1
New York Islanders 3, Vancouver 1
Edmonton 5, Philadelphia 3
St Louis 7, New York Rangers 2
NBA
Denver 121, Detroit 109

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