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SPORTS
Page 10 Sunday, October 19, 198 The Michigan Daily
Blue icers take revenge, beat Falcons 9-4
Offensive outburst gains

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By MARTHA CRALL
An awakening by the Wolverines of-
fense in the third period lifted the
Michigan hockey team to a 9-4 victory
over Bowling Green in their home
opener last night at Yost Ice Arena.
Three goals during the first six
minutes of the last stanza padded a 4-3
Michigan lead and closed the door on
the Falcons.
GORDIE HAMPTON scored the first
of the three with only 0:47 gone when he*
shot the puck right past Bowling Green
goalie Mike David amid a sea of flying
arms and legs. Ted Speers took a
rebounded shot by Bruno Baseotto and
put it over David's head less than two
minutes later to make the score 6-3.
Michigan sported an offense that
bordered on awesome, constantly
threatening to add points in the third
period. At 14:46 Steve Richmond took a
shot while David was up in the air
trying to haul down the puck, and it fell
right in front of the unguarded net, for a
power play goal.
With about ten minutes left and a 7-3
lead, Michigan went into a tight puck-
control offense. But at 5:01 Bowling
Green's Brian Hills scored his second
goal of the evening and the action
heated up again.
IN THE NEXT two minutes and 10
seconds, Michigan ,tallied two' more
goals, one by freshman Enzo Augineri,
and the last with 0:38 left by Dennis
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split of weekend series

the third (period)," Wolverines coach
Wilt Martin said afterward.
"(The win) was a good one to have
under our belt," continued Martin.
"The home crowd advantage made a
big difference.''
IN THE FIRST period, Michigan got
off to a fast start on a power play goal
by Ted Speers. Bruno Baseotto passed
the puck to Speers, who was situated at
the right corner of the net and pushed it
in with 4:36 gone.
It didn't take Bowling Green long to
answer, scoring on a power play of their
own with 6:05 elapsed. Ron Megan
passed the puck cross-rink to Hills, who
slapped a shot from the point right by
Wolverine goalie Paul Fricker.
Michigan scored again on a power
play at the 12:36 mark. With a two-man
advantage, the Wolverine offense took
a long time to set up shots and missed
several before Bruno Baseotto, assisted
by Roger Bourne and Paul Brandrup,
slapped the puck around David.
Before the end of the first stanza, the
Wolverines scored again with an "ex-
cuse-me" goal on a surprised David.
On the winning track
FIRST PERIOD
Scoring-1. M-Speers (Baseotto, Richmond)
4:36; 2. BG-Hills -Megan, Pikul) 6:05; 3. M-
Baseotto (Brandrup, Bourne) 12:35; 4. M-May
(Krussman) 16:24.
Penalties-BG-Hll~s (tripping) 4:14: M-Lund-
berg (elbowing) 4:53; BG-Megan (hooking) 10:57;
BG-Hills (unsportsmanlike conduct) 10:57; BG-
P. Wilson (tripping) 17:03; M-Bench (too many
men) 19:02.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring-6. BG-Braun (Guertin, Pikul) 11:19;
7. M-Hampson (Richmond, May) 13:51; 8. BG-
P:Wilson (Hills) 14:39.
Penalties-M-Bourne (delay of game) 7:56; M-
Brandrup (roughing) 13:23; BG-W. Wilson (rough-
ing) 13:23.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring-8. M-Hampson (Krussman, Richten)
0:47; 9. M-Spears (Brandrup, Baseotto) 2:06; 10.
M-Krussman (Richmond) 5:14; 11. BG-HluIs
(Megan, Pikul) 14:59; 12 M-Augineri(Brandrup)
18:50; 13. M-May (Hampson, Krussman) 19:22.
Penalties-BG-McLaughlin (elbowing) 1:11;
BG-Megan (cross-checking) 3:29; BG-David
(tripping) 10:22; M-Hampson (high-sticking) 13:45.
SAVES

Rightwinger Dennis May received a
feed from Don Krussman which he
fired at the Falcon goalie. The puck was
cloked, but it slithered backward into
the net for Michigan's third goal.
THE SECOND period began with the.
Falcons controlling the puck and pep-
pering Fricker with shot after shot.
Then, having failed on a power play,
Bowling Green scored with 8:51 gone.
Chris Guertin weaved his way through
the Wolverine zone and passed to Mike
Pikul, who took a shot that Fricker
blocked. Falcon right-winger Perry
Braun, however, alertly smashed the
rebound back into Fricker's net.
Michigan build their lead back up at
13:57 with a Gordie Hampson slapshot
from the left side.
Bowling Green wasted no time,
however, in coming back to within one,
when 48 seconds later, Peter Wilson
took a face-off shot from Hills and
smashed it past an off-balance Fricker.

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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
CENTER ROGER BOURNE (20) eludes a would-be Bowling Green defender in the first period of last night's hockey
game. The Wolverine icers went on to win the game, 9-4 to earn a split of the weekends home-and-home series with BGSU.

Deuces Up!

Pair of Aikens' homers paces
5-3 KC win; Series tied at two

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)-Slugging
Willie Aikens smashed his way into the
World Series record book Saturday with
a pair of tremendous home runs that led
the Kansas City Royals to a 5-3 victory
over Philadelphia in yesterday's fourth
game of the battle for baseball's world
championship.
Their second straight victory at home
enabled the Royals to tie the best-of-
seven series at 2-2, with Game 5
scheduled for today. The teams return
to Philadelphia for the sixth game
Tuesday night.

Aikens exploded his third and fourth
homers of this series in the first two in-
nings as the Royals rushed into a big
early lead. Then Dennis Leonard, loser
of the first game, made the bulge stand
up with a gritty nine-hitter before being
relieved in the eighth.
Aikens also had two homers in the
opening game of the series and became
the seventh man in history to hit four or
more homers in a single series.
The Royals got all the runs they
needed in the first inning as they came
out swinging against Philadelphia star-

ter Larry Christenson.
Leadoff man Willie Wilson, battling a
1-for-13 series slump, opened with a
single to left. Before Christenson threw
a pitch to the next batter, Frank White,
he threw over to first, hoping to keep
the speedy Wilson close. But the pickoff
attempt was in the dirt and skipped
past Pete Rose into right field. Wilson
raced around to third base on the error.
After White flied out, George Brett
drilled a 1-1 pitch down the right-field
line for a triple, scoring Wilson.
Aikens then hit an 0-1 pitch on a line
over the 385-foot sign in right field.

That made it 3-0 for Kansas City, but
the Royals .didn't stop there.
Designated hitter Hal McRae drilled a
base hit to center and hustled it into a
double. When Amos Otis followed with
another doublle for a 4-0 lead, it finished
Christenson, with Dickie Noles
relieving. Christenson had made 22 pit-
ches in his brief stay and allowed 12
total bases.
The Kansas City crowd cheered
wildly with each out of the last inning
but took the victory almost in stride and
filed calmly out of the stadium when it
was over.

Pistons lose sixth
in double overtime

Period 1 2
M-Fricker..............12 13
BG-David ................ 10 8

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By GARY LEVY
Special to the Daily
PONTIAC-It took two overtimes,
but the Detroit Pistons still managed to
find another way to lose, bowing to the
Atlanta Hawks, 125-123, at the Pontiac
Silverdome last night.
Atlanta's Armand Hill hit a jumper
from the corner with 18 seconds
remaining in the second overtime
period to break a 123-123 tie and hand
the Pistons their sixth straight defeat
without a victory in the 1980 season.
THE PISTONS LOOKED as though
they had their first victory of the season
within their grasp, but they were
unable to hold onto the lead at the end of
regulation time. Detroit had a comfor-
table 79-66 fourth quarter lead with ap-
proximately 10:00 left in the game, but
the Hawks scored '11 straight points to
pull to 79-77. The lead changed hands
several times until the Pistons led, 100-
98, with 18 seconds remaining. Then
Don Collins connected on two free
throws, knotting the score at 100 and
sending the game into its first five-

minute overtime.
Wayne Robinson's five points gave
Detroit a 111-106 edge with 57 seconds
left in the overtime, but Atlanta pulled
to within one point on baskets by Dan
Roundfield. Kent Benson's slam dunk
with one second remaining seemingly
put the game on ice for the Pistons, but
the Hawks were able to call a time-out
for one last shot.
The ball was in-bounded to Hawks'
reserve center Tom McMillen, who
pumped in a three-pointer to tie the
score at 113 and push the game to a
second overtime.
Atlanta broke out to a 21-10 first-quar-
ter advantage based on numerous
Piston turnovers and lack of defense.
Detroit then put on a brief display of
solid basketball, scoring 10 consecutive
points to trail the Hawks at the end of
' the first period, 21-20.
A Greg Kelser jumper at 9:15 of the
second period gave Detroit its first
lead, 24-23. The lead changed hands
four times before the Pistons broke
ahead for a halftime lead of 46-43.

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AP Photo
THE ROYALS' Willie Mays Aikens raises his hands in triumph as he crosses
the plate after the first of his two home runs yesterday. Aikens, who also
blasted two round-trippers in the Series opener on Tuesday night, became only
the seventh player in Series history to hit four or more home runs in the Fall
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