The Michigan Daily
By GREG D
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Sunday, November 9, 1980
MICHIGAN IERS SWEEP SPAR TANS
er play goal by
scorer Steve Rich-
econds expired in
the overtime stanza lifted the
Wolverines to a 3-2 victory last night at
Yost Ice Arena, completing a weekend
sweep over the Michigan State Spar-
With Michigan acquiring a decisive
two-man advantage thanks to a pair of
Spartan penalties which carried into
the overtime session, Michigan's power
play quickly rushed the puck into the
Spartan zone, testing the triumverate,
of Spartan defenders.
CAPTAIN TIM Manning set up the
play at the blue line by passing to fellow
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defenseman John Blum, who drew the
Spartan defenders toward him by
faking a slapshot. Blum slipped the
puck to Richmond, who fired an uncon-
tested wrist show which hit Michigan
State goalie Ron Scott and nudged over
the crease to ice the Wolverine victory.
Assistant coach John Giordano ex-
pressed satisfaction with the perfectly
executed winning power play goal. "It's
(the power play's) been feeble lately.
Since we lost Bruno Baseotto, it has
been struggling, but with all the work
we put into it, we know it will eventually
work. That's the way it (the power
play) is supposed to work (referring to
Even though the power play suc-
ceeded in the overtime session, there
existed some doubt whether the goal
counted. As the Wolverine fans and
playes began a frenzied celebration af-
ter Richmond's goal, the three referees
huddled together after grabbing Rich-
mond's stick and examining the lum-
ber. With all eyes upon the men in the
zebra uniforms, the referees concluded
that Richmond's stick complied with
WCHA curvature rules and the
celebration became legitimate.
Michigan State's usually inept power
play created the first goal of the game
at 18:00 of the first period. The Spar-
tans' leading scorer, Mark Hamway,
snuck through the left side of
Michigan's defense and dented the nets
with a pinpoint wrist shot which slipped
through the legs of Blue goalie Paul
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ns for Wolverines, 3-2
JEW Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
MICHIGAN GOALIE PAUL FRICKER makes one of his 35 saves in last night's game at Yost Ice Arena. Michigan, with
the help of some excellent netminding by Fricker went on to defeat MSU 3-2 in overtime.
The early stages of the game con-
sisted of sloppy play and numerous
errant shots on goal. Michigan attem-
pted 31 shots, of which only 14 were on
goal. Fricker, meanwhile, needed to
save only 11 Michigan State shots (the
Spartans attempted 27).
MICHIGAN finally got on the
scoreboard in the second period when
Richmond beat goalie Scott with passes
from Tim Manning and Paul Brandrup
at 18:48. In a power play chock full of
missed chances and shoddy passing,
Michigan finally broke through the
Spartan defense when Brandrup raced
up left wing, hit Richmond with a pass,
skated across the slot and beat Scott.
At 19:11 of the second period, after an
unusual off-the-puck penalty before a
face-off, center Don Krussman and left
wing Dennis May teamed up for the
Wolverines' second goal. With the
Wolverines' Brad Tippett and MSU's
Joe Omiccioli in the penalty box,
Krussman won a face-off just outside
the Michigan blue line, and with light-
ning quickness found streaking May
wide-open on the left wing.
With no Michigan State defend4
between May and the goal, tht
Michigan left winger unleashed a siz
zling high wrist shot which cleanly bea
Richmond rides again
SCORING-1;MSU-Hanway (unassisted) 18:00.
PENALTIES- M-Lundberg (charging) 3:52;
M-Reid (roughing) 10:19; MSU-Bacon (roughing)
10:19; MSU-Leiter (boarding) 10:52; M-Brandrup.
(high-sticking) 14:00; M-Brandrup (charging)
16:32; MSU-Bacon (elbowing) 18:51.
SCORING- 1. M-Richmond (Manning, Bran-
drup) 18:452. M-May (Krussman) 19:11.
PENALTIES- MSU-Eisley (elbowing) 1:56;
M-Mars (slashing) 6:42; M-May (high-sticking)
9:16; M-Blum (hooking) 9:50; MSU-Martin
(cross-checking) 17:10; M-Tippett (slashing) 19:00;
MSU-Omiccioli (slashing) 19:00.
SCORING- MSU-Haight (Taylor) 3:22.
PENALTIES- M-Tippett (hooking). 1
M-Hampson (elbowing) 3:46; MSU-Harpell (trr
ping) 12:07; MSU-Scott (interference) .1.:01
MSU-Parskevin (tripping) 19:48.
SCORING- 3. M-Richmond (Blum, Manning
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Klasson places 3d in mat tourne
Special to the Daily
LINCOLN, Neb.-'Michigan wrestler
Eric Klasson, the defending Big Ten
champion in the heavyweight division,
placed third in the prestigious Great
Plains Open Tournament at the Bob
Devaney Sports Center here last night.
Along the way, Klasson defeated last
year's NCAA heavyweight champion,
Mike Baumgartner of Indiana State,
but the Iowa City native was stopped in
the semi-finals by Jeff Blacknick of the
highly-regarded New York Athletic
Club. Klasson was the only member of
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the six-man Michigan contingent
place in the tournament.
Former Wolverine grappler Ste
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beat his former assistant coach, Will"
Gadson, in the finals.
Rob Rechsteiner, the junior coll
transfer who is expected to make up
graduation losses in the upper weigh
lost in the fifth round at 177 pounds an
failed to place. He was the only oth
Blue wrestler to make it past Frida
night's preliminary round and into th
final session last night.
Swimmers take first
Special to the Daily
BOWLING GREEN, Ohio-Open
its season with a convincing perfo
mence, the Michigan women's swi
ming team swept 11 of the 15 even
yesterday to easily capture the Bowlin
The tankers amassed 254 points
with Ohio State and Bowling GreE
rounding out the top four teams in tt
field of 12.
"The real highlight of the meet was 1
see everybody perform up to their 4
potential for this early in the season
coach Stu Isaac said.
The Wolverines, who set seven ne
meet records in their decisive victor
were led by freshman Chris Hodson al
Melinda Copp. Hodson won all five
the relays she participated in, whi
Copp claimed four firsts and one secoi
in her five relays.
Michigan's divers also helped ou
the winning effort as Freshman Le,
Johnsen and Kim Vigiletti teamed up
capture the one and three-meter divi
events. Johnsen's individual perfo
mance also enabled her to qualify f
the AIAW National Qualifying Meet.
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