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Wednesday, February 17, 1982

The Michigan Daily

leers fall to MSU,

By MARTHA CRALL
Special to the Daily
EAST LANSING - All things con-
sidered it was a horrible hockey game
for both teams.
In Michigan State's favor, it won,
trouncing Michigan 7-1 before 6,144
rabid fans in Munn Ice Arena.
IN THE THIRD period the roof caved
in as the Spartans scored three goals to
pad a once-surmountable 4-1 second
period bulge.
The frustration of both teams came to
a peak at 14:37 of the third period when
a full-scale brawl erupted in front of the
Michigan State net, resulting in 24
minutes of penalties for both teams and
game disqualifications for Spartan Jeff
Eisley and Wolverine Dave Richter.
Richter will also have to sit out
Friday's game at Ohio State because of
a fighting penalty. A total of 70 minutes
in penalties were assessed during the
course of the game.
Third period goals by Newell Brown,
who had four assists in the game, and
Mark Hamway at 54 seconds and 7:41
respectively made the score 6-1 and
knocked starting goalie Jon Elliott out
of the game.
CRAIG LAKIAN scored at 11:52 off
his own rebound with replacement
Peter Mason in the nets to make the
final outcome 7-1.
The game was marked by several
squandered opportunities by Michigan,
as evidenced by its 0-for-five perfor-
mance on power plays. Michigan State

Spart~ans manhandle

stick and up over Elliott's shoulder at
13:38.
Then, less than a minute later, Ham-
way shoved his own rebound under
Elliott's outstretched leg at 14:17 for a
4-1 Spartan advantage.
With the victory, Michigan State (21-
9-2 overall, 19-8-1 CCHA) also assured
itself of home-ice advantage for the fir-
st round of the CCHA playoffs.
Michigan drops on the year to 17-10-5
overall and 15-9-4 in the CCHA:

p unchiess
capitalized on four of its seven one-man
advantages, giving the Spartans 15
power play goals for the season, a new
team record.
Michigan State drew first blood at
3:41 of the first period when Hamway
broke into the Michigan zone. on a
power play and rifled a shot on net. The
puck dribbled into the corner and
Brown passed it out into the slot to Gord
Flegel, who nudged it in for a 1-0 Spar-
tan lead.

Wolverines
MICHIGAN STATE scored a second
goal at 15:03 when Dan Beaty took
Eisley's rebound and shot it 25 feet
through traffic to make it 2-0.
Before the period ended though,
Michigan scored its only goal against
Ron Scott when Don Krussman back-
handed in a Steve Yoxheimer pass from
in close at 16:15.
The Spartans scored their third goal
on a shot from the right point by Kelly
Miller, which hopped off a Michigan

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FIRST PERIOD
Scoring-1. MSU-Flegel(Hamway, Brown) 3:41
2. MSU- Beaty (Eisley, Hamway) 15:03
3. M-Krussman (Yoxheimer, Perry) 16:15.
Penalties - M-Grade (slashing) 2:36;
M-Yoxheimer (highsticking) 10:26.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring- 4. MSU-Miller (Lakian) 13:38. 5.
MSU-Hamway (Brown, McSall) 14:17.
Penalties- MSU-Lakian (interference) 2:58;
MSU-Lakian (high-sticking) 4:20; M-Lundberg
(high sticking) 4:20; MSU-bench (too many men on
ice) 5:14; MSU-Haight (high-sticking major) 6:15;
M-Lundberg (charging) 11:34; MSU-Eisley
(hooking) 15:16; M-Krussman (high sticking)
15:16; M-Kobylarz (cross-checking) 19:56.

THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 6. MSU-Brown (Flegel, Hamway) 0:54; 7.
MSU-Hamway (Brown, Phair) 7:41; 8. Lakian
(Harpell, Miller) 11:52.
Penalties- M-Richter (slashing major) 4:52;
M-Richmond (cross-checking) 6:23;
M-Yoxheimer (elbowing) 10:05; MSU-Eisley
(roughing and face mask major) 14:37;
MSU-Hamway (double roughing) 14:37; M-M-
cCauley (double roughing) 14:37; M-Richter
(roughing, fighting major) 14:37; MSU-Taylor
(roughing) 14:37; MSU-Haight (game misconduct)
18:43.
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M-Mason ................
MSU-Scott ............. 7

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Urbanchek named new

By JAMES THOMPSON
Jon Urbanchek, the men's swimming
coach at Long Beach State since 1978,
was named Michigan's men's swim-
ming coach yesterday, and will replace
interim head coach Gus Stager when
this season ends. Stager had replaced
Bill Farley last year when Farley
unexpectedly resigned.
The announcement came yesterday
from Athletic Director Don Canham,
who said, "We are very happy that Jon
has decided to accept this important
post in our athletic department. The
swimming program has a famed
history at Michigan and it has added a
great deal to the rich Wolverine athletic
heritage."
THE HIGHLY-respected Urbanchek
was an NCAA All-American swimmer
at Michigan in 1959. A native of
Hungary, he holds a Masters degree in
Education from Chapman College. He
started his coaching in 1962 in Dayton;

Ohio, and after two years there he
moved to Anaheim, Cal. where he
coached at Anaheim High School. He
also held positions at Sammy Lee High
School and the Anaheim Aquatics Club
before accepting the Long Beach State
post.
In his 16-year coaching career, Ur-
banchek produced 22 prep All-.
Americans and garnered eight league
crowns. Ron Strachan, a former USC
standout who won an Olympic Gold

Medal at Montreal in 1976, is one of the
many champions Urbanchek produced.
URBANCHEK replaces Stager, who
is filling in for one year as coach after
Farley's sudden resignation. Stager
was coach at Michigan for twenty-five
years before retiring and being
replaced by Farley.
"I'm excited about the challenge of
coaching at an institution that has such
high academic and athletic standards,"
said Urbanchek. In addition to his prep

skipper
coaching, Urbanchek has been the U.S.
coach for the World Cup at Tokyo in
1979, as well as head coach of the USA
team that met West Germany that
year.
"We are all very confident that Jon
will continue to keep our swimming
program among the nation's elite,"
said Canham. Stager will coach his last
dual meet of the season this weekend,
when the Spartans of Michigan State
visit Matt Mann Pool.

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DETROIT (UPI) - The Detroit
Tigers were informed yesterday that an
arbitrator had ruled in the club's favor
and against pitcher Jack Morris - the
first time in five arbitration hearings
the team had heard a favorable verdict.
Steve Goldberg told the club he was
ruling in favor of the Tigers' offer of
$450,000 as a 1982 salary for Morris. The
club's most prolific 1981 pitcher had
submitted a bid of $650,000.
It was the first time Detroit had won
an arbitration hearing and, not coin-
cidentally, its inaugural venture with a
firm hired to represent it during the
procedure. Former baseball executive
Tal Smith's firm was retained by the
club to argue for it in front of Goldberg.
Indians get McBride
CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) - Out-

fielder Bake McBride was traded
yesterday by the Philadelphia Phillies
t9 the Cleveland Indians for pitcher Sid
Monge, and both players said they
really weren't surprised at being dealt.
McBride, who helped the Phillies win
the 1980 World Series, said from his
home in St. Louis, "It didnt come as a
shock. Every year I , was in
Philadelphia my name came up in
trade talks."
Monge, a left-handed reliever, said
from his Tucson, Ariz., home, that he
had "a funny feeling" when the Indians
refused to include a no-trade clause in
the three-year contract, estimated at $1
million, that he recently signed.
Vincent named top player
NEW YORK (AP) - Jay Vincent, a
rookie forward with Dallas, who helped

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Cooney set to postpone
NEW YORK (AP)- Arrangements
were under way Tuesday to re-schedule
the World Boxing Council heavyweight
title fight between champion Larry
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Cooney, pending official announcement
that the March 15 bout had been post-
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While thereseemed little doubt that
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muscle injury in Cooney's left shoulder,
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