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Page 12-Friday, February 12, 1982-The Michigan Daily
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NHL
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Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 2
New York Islanders 7, Chicago 2
Philadelphia 6, Buffalo 4

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By LARRY FREED
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING-When you are trying
to gain your first road victory of the
season and you are playing in front of a
frenzied sell-out crowd, the last thing
you want to do is beat yourself - which
is exactly what the Michigan
Wolverines did as they fell to the Spar-
tans of Michigan State for the second
time this season, 66-55.
After fighting their way back from a
13-point deficit, the Wolverines found
themselves within five points with two
minutes left. That's when the trouble
began, as Dean Hopson was called for a
questionable foul and Michigan coach
Bill Frieder reacted too strongly as he
was assessed a technical foul, the
second of the game against Michigan.
THE GAME quickly disintegrated in-
to a foul-shooting contest, as Michigan
State scored 14 of its last 16 from the
charity line.
"The officiating did not beat us, we
did," said Frieder.
However, Frieder need not blame
himself for the loss, he had only to look
on the opposite side of the court to find
the main reason - Michigan State's
freshman sensation, Sam Vincent.
THE HOMETOWN favorite poured in
24 points as he out-played his counter-
part, Eric Turner, in the second battle
between the two highly-touted first-
year guards.
"Sam played an outstanding game,"
said Spartan head coach Jud Heath-
cote. "We're trying to have Sam more
involved in the offense, giving him a
share of the play-making role with
Kevin (Smith)."
However, Smith was not totally void
in the Spartan offense, as he scored
nine points and dished out five assists to
help in the winning effort.
THE SPARTANS, as has become
Foul play

typical of late, grabbed ansearly 23-10
lead. Unfortunately for Heathcote and
his Spartans, it has also become
fashionable of late to squander these
early leads, as he watched the young
Wolverines battle back to a five-point
deficit at intermission.
"The game was strange," explained
Heathcote. "We got off to another
commanding lead, but again, we made
some key mistakes and found our lead
cut."
The Wolverines kept it close
throughout much of the second half, but
were unable to convert on three key op-
portunities that would have given them
the lead, which they never were able to
acquire throughout the entire game.
THAD GARNER once again paced
the Wolverines with 15 points as Turner
was the only other player to tally double
figures with 12.
Michigan, which had won three of its
last four Big Ten contests, fell prey to
some of its earlier weaknesses as it shot
an impotent 41 percent from the field
and was outrebounded, 33-24.
The loss dropped the Wolverines'
record to 4-15 overall and 3-8 in the Big
Ten while Michigan State's record was
upped to 10-11 and 5-6. It also marked

66-55
the fourth straight loss for the,
Wolverines here at Jenison and the six-
th loss to the Spartans in their last
seven attempts.
"It's a good lift, we needed something
like this," said Heathcote, whose Spar-
tans broke a two-game losing streak.-
Anytime you beat Michigan its a
special win."

Big Ten Standings

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Iowa...........
Minnesota.......
Indiana ............
Ohio State.......
Illinois ............
Purdue.........
Michigan State .....
Northwestern .....
MICHIGAN......
Wisconsin........

Conf.
W L
10 1
8 3
7 4
6 5
6 5
6 5
5 6
3 8
~3 8
1 10

Overall
W L
18 2
16 4
13 7
15 8
13 7
9 11
10 11
7 13
4 15
4 15.

Last night's games
Michigan St. 66, MICHIGAN 55
Ohio State 74, Purdue 68
Indiana 73, Illinois 60
Iowa 62, Northwestern 49
Minnesota 71, Wisconsin 60

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MICHIGAN
MinFG/AFT/A R

A PF Pts

Garner.............39
Hopson ............ 21
Person.............39
Pelekoudas ........ 25
Turner.............39
Rockymore........ 17
Carter...........19
Brown...........
Team Rebounds
Totals...........

6/9
1/3
3/7
1/5
5/14
3/8
2/5
0/0

3/5
2/2
2/2
2/2
2/6
2/3
0/0
0/0

7
0
2
2
4
.4
3
0
2
24

3
0
1
2
4
0
0
Q

5
5
3
2
4
0
1
0

15
4
8
4
12
8
4
0

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21/51 13/20

10 20 55
A PF Pts
1 2 7

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MICHIGAN STATE
MinFG/AFT/A R
Perry..............23 3/7 114 6

Tower ............. 40
Willis ............. 18
Vincent ........... 39
Smith............37
James... .....22:,
Bibbens..........17
Cawood...........3
Bostic ............. 1
Team Rebounds
Totals .............

4/8 1/3 3 4 4 9
4/8 0/1 5 0 1 8
9/14 6/6 2 2 5 24
2/5 5/8 3 5 4 9
113 1/2 9, 1 1I,3
2/5 0/0 3 1 0 4
0/0 0/0 0 0 0 0
0/0 2/2 0 ,0 0 2
2
25/50 16/26 33 14 17 66

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AP Photo

Halftime Score: Michigan State 34, Michigan 29
Attendance: 10,004
Technical Fouls: Turner, Michigan bench

MICHIGAN STATE FRESHMAN Sam Vincent is slowed down by
Michigan's Dan Pelekoudas last night at Jenison Field House in East Lansing.
The Spartans defeated the Wolverines 66-55.

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