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8-Saturday, November 8, 1980-The Michigan Daily

M' VICTORIOUS, 2-1

Brandrup's tally

beats Spartans

... hard work pays off

By KENT WALLEY
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING-In a low scoring,
exciting game-well controlled by the
goalies-the Michigan icers slid by
Michigan State last night by the score
of 2-1, at Munn Ice Arena.
The winning goal was scored at 9:14
in the third period when left winger
Paul Brandrup took the puck, im-
mediately after a face-off to the right of
Spartan goalie Ron Scott and fired a
slapshot.
The puck hit Scott's shoulder and
bounced into the net for the score.
Michigan State's only power play op-
portunity in the third period was when
Joe Milburn was called for tripping at
12:18. But MSU, plagued by a weak
power play of late, could not capitalize
and the score remained 2-1, until the
final buzzer.
Michigan had a chance to put the
game out of reach from the Spartans

with 3:01 left in the game. Defenseman
John Blum received a pass on a 2-on-1
break and fired a slapshot at Scott. But
the Spartan goalie reacted quickly with
a brilliant stick save and the Spartans
were still in the game.
Both goalies recorded several fan-
tastic saves that frequently brought the
6,139 screaming fans to their feet.
"(Fricker and MSU goalie Ron Scott)
are the two best goaltenders in the
league," said Michigan's acting coach
John Giordano.
Few shots were taken in the third
period (12 by each squad), but both
teams played aggressively.
Michigan kept the puck in the Spar-
tan end for much of the early going. But
the Wolverines had their share of close
calls. About 13 minutes into the third
period Fricker got tangled up on the
right side of the net. The puck was
passed across in the slot and looked as
if Fricker was beat as Spartan Bob

Martin fired a slapshot from the point.
Fricker barely deflected the puck by
shoving his skate out in a split second
for a tremendous save.
The first period was filled with
penalties; each team collecting six. But
despite several power play oppor-
tunities neither team could get on the
board.
Michigan State has scored only seven
goals out of 36 power play opportunities
so far this season.
As the second period wound down
with the score 1-1, both teams lost a
player to the penalty box for high-
sticking in a skirmish behind the
Wolverine's goal.
The Spartans broke loose early and
fired two hair-raising shots at Michigan
netminder Paul Fricker, then Gordie
Hampson broke away the length of the
ice only to miss from in front of the net.
While MSU goalie Scott was still
tangled up with Hampson, the puck

floated to the right in front of an open
net but before Michigan could
capitalize, Scott got back to protect the
open goal.
Before both teams returned to full
strength the Spartans got yet another
break away, but Fricker remained
strong and neither team scored despite
the close calls.
The Wolverines got on the board first,
5:17 into the second period when, on a
power play Steve Richmond took the
puck off Scott's right and passed to
Speers who put it in from in front of the
net.
Michigan State answered at 10:27 on
a power play after Dave Richter had
been penalized two minutes for
elbowing. Fricker was tied up in front
of the net and the puck floated loose to
his left. Before he could get on it Spar-
tan right wing Mike Stoltzner smashed
the puck into the net.

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Giordano
...acting head coach

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NCAA ROUNDUP

g Brandrup
.... notches winning goal
!Spartans Brandied
1ST PERIOD
SCORING-None.
PENALTIES- M-Speers (elbowing) 0:49;
'MSU-Paraskevin (roughing) 3:09; M-Blum (high-
,sticking) 3:30; MSU-Sutton (cross-checking) 4:02;
M-Richter (elbowing) 6:38; MSU-Stoltzner (trip-
,ping) 9:00; MSU-Harpell (high-sticking) 11:03;
'M-Speers (roughing) 13:08; M-Blum (slashing)
,14;56; MSU-Lakian (roughing) 15:06; M-Rich-
'mond (elbowing) 17:04; MSU-Eisley (interference)
18:45.
2ND PERIOD
SCORING- 1. M-Speers (Richmond) 5:17; 1.
MSU-Stoltzner (Martin, Lakian) 10:27.
PENALTIES- MSU-Lakian (interference) 1:43;
ISU-Lynett (roughing) 5:12; M--Mars (high-
,ticking) 6:10; M-Richter (elbowing) 8:59;
MSU-Eisley (high-sticking) 13:25; M-Richmond
(holding) 14:50; MSU-Finn (delay of game) 14:50;
M-Brandrup (delay of game) 14:50; MSU-Sutton
.high-sticking) 17:26; MSU-Paraskevin (high-
sticking) 17:26; M-Reid (high-sticking) 17:26;
M-Lundberg (high-sticking) 17:26.
3RD PERIOD
SCORING-2. M-Brandrup (Speers, Tippett)
9:14.
PENALTIES-M-Milburn (tripping) 12:18.
SAVES
1 2 3 T
M-pricker..........8 15 4 - 27
MSU-Scott ......... 13 12 8 - 33

Undefeated ND bids to be champ

By the Associated Press
In the wake of last week's rash of
upsets-Alabama, UCLA, North
Carolina and Baylor all bit the
dust-Notre Dame and Georgia are the
only remaining teams with perfect
records, leading Georgia Coach Vince
Dooley to remark:
"It points out what can happen to any
team at any time. And it says again
what I have mentioned for so long and
is often referred to about me-that you
can't count on beting any team. It em-
phasizes greatly our game with
Florida, a team that has already beaten
Mississippi State, which upset
Alabama."
THE STATE OF Georgia will have a
lot to say about who's No. 1 in the world
of college football this weekend ... and
isn't that just peachy?
While downtrodden Georgia Tech
hosts Notre Dame, the nation's new No.
1 team, in Atlanta today, the second-
ranked Georgia Bulldogs will be a few
hours down Interstate 75 in Jackson-
ville, Florida, for what is lovingly
known as the world's largest outdoor
cocktail party. That translates into the
annual war with the suprising Florida
Gators, who are ranked No. 20 in this
week's Associated Press poll and, with
a 6-1 record on the heels of last year's 0-
10-1 debacle, flirting with the sharpest
turnaround in NCAA history.

Georgia's record is 8-0 for the fifth
time in history and all four other teams
which reached that level (1927, 1942,
1946 and 1971) went on to 9-0.
BUT, SAYS Dooley, "Florida has
some exceptional talent and at least
two No. 1 NFL draft choices in flanker
Cris Collinsworth and linebacker David
Little. They play with tremendous in-
tensity and I think their defensive front
is the best we've seen all year, in-
cluding South Carolina's. And their run-
and-shoot offense will cause a problem
for our defense.
Florida's task will be the same as
those of Georgia's other opponen-
ts-stopping freshman whiz Herschel
Walker. After last week's 219-yard ef-
fort against South Carolina, Walker
ranks sixth in the nation with a 137-yard
average, and that includes only nine
carries for 69 yards in a romp over
Texas Christian and 11 for 44 against
Mississippi, when he was slowed by a
sprained ankle.
The Irish are 7-0 thanks largely to the
efforts of senior halfbck Jim Stone,
freshman quarterback Blair Kiel and a
defense which had not allowed a touch-
down in its last three outings. In his four
starts while replacing the injured Phil
Carter, Stone has become the first
NotreDame player ever to rush for 100
or more yards in four consecutive
games.

"JIM STONE'S play the last month is
typical of the way things have gone for
us all fall," says Devine. "Despite the
number of injuries, we've had people
who have stepped in and filled the gaps.
It's tough to ask much more of a defen-
se than we've gotten the last few weeks.
We've allowed an average of 155 total
yards the last three weeks and we
haven't given up a touchdown during
that time.
Meanwhile, third-ranked Florida
State entertains Virginia Tech and the

rest of the Top Ten also are at
home-Kansas State at No. 5 Nebraska,
Louisiana State at No. 6 Alabama,
Illinois at No. 7 Ohio State, Oregon at
No. 8 UCLA, Louisville at No. 9 Pitt and
North Carolina State at No. 10 Penn
State.
Nebraska, Alabama, Ohio State,
UCLA, Pitt and Penn State are all com-
fortable favorites, if there is such a
thing in these upset-filled times.
Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer says
Nebraska's one-beaten (by Florida

s again
State) Cornhuskers may be the best
team around.
"I wouldn't be surprised if Nebraska
isn't the best team in the country," says
Switzer, who doesn't have to face the
Cornhuskers for two weeks. "I think
they've got a better offense than
Alabama. Nebraska would be ranked
No. 1 right now if they hadn't fumbled
on the 3-yard line against Florida State.
Just being realistic, they lead the coun-
try is just about every statistic."
ALABAMA WILL try to get back on
the winning track after having its 28-
game winning streak snapped last week
by Mississippi State. The Crimson Tide
meets NotreDame next week and is
hoping for a shot at Georgia in the
Sugar Bowl. First, however, they must
dispose of a 6-2 LSU team.

In the Second Ten, No. 11 Oklahoma
visits Kansas, No. 12 Michigan is at
Wisconsin, North Texas State at No. 13
Brigham Young, No. 14 North Carolina
at Clemson, The Citadel at No. 15 South
Carolina, Arkansas at No. 16 Baylor;
Iowa t No. 17 Purdue and No. 18
Southern Methodist at Rice.aMississippi
State, the No. 19 team, is idle.

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THURSDAY
Racquetball
Fraternity
Evans Scholars 3, Chi Phi 0
Residence Hall
Elliott 2, Palmer Blueballs 1
Rumsey 3, HuberO0 (forfeit)
Huberites 3, Hamilton 0 (forfeit)
Adams 3, Taylor 0 (forfeit)
Volleyball
Women's
Generics 15-15, Wenley 3-2
Andi's Bar & Frill 15-15, Bump and Scatter 4-1
1-0 Stockwell 2-2, Alpha Gamma Delta 0-0
Thornson 'A' 10-15-15, Stella Squad 15-12-4
Co-Rec
"B" 15-15, S&H Spikers 10-10
Kawka's Mawkes 15-15, Breakers 2-9
Boscoe 15-15, Jams 11-13
S&H Hitters 15-15-15, "A" 11-17-10
Harvey's Repairs 15-15, High Ho's 1-10
Purple Spikers 15-15, Vectors 2-10
Boogie Oogies 15-15, Global Tectronics 10-7
Alpha Phi Omega 15-1-15, Hospital Administration
11-15-10
W-Do's 2-2, Lame Ducks 0-0 (forfeit)
R.O.C. 2-2, St. Mary's 0-0 (forfeit)
South Quad Spikers 15-15, ASCE Spikers 10-4
Phantom Daze 15-15, Something Different 9-8
Amoebas 15-13-15, Cert Denied 9-15-7
Uno-W 11-15-15, Bursley Spikers 15-1-3
Football
Indpendent
White Shadows 26, Geeks 6
Studs from Apartment C 22, Positrons 111 0
Long Bailers 8, Scam Machine 0
Graduate
Gold Inlays 6, Law Dogs 4 (first downs)
Residence Hall
Class 'A'
3d Lewis 6, Huberites 0 (completion of protested
game)
Reeves 18, Wenley 0
Couzens 8, 6th Lewis 0
Michigan House 14, Oxford 0

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