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Hockey
vs. Lake Superior
Friday and Saturday
7:30, Yost Ice Arena

SPORTS

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The Michigan Daily

Thursday, December 1, 1983,

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die

By JEFF BERGIDA
It had been 28 years since a Michigan
team held the opposition under 40 points
until last night at Crisler Arena when
the Wolverine defense, led by Rich
Rellford and Dan Pelekoudas, swar-
med all over an out-manned Central
Michigan for a 58-39 victory.
Michigan coach Bill Frieder was
looking for defensive improvement and
his team responded in a big way, for-
cing 20 turnovers from the Chippewas.
"I THOUGHT they did a much better
job (on defense) in the second half,"
said Frieder. "Rellford came out and
really played hard and the bigger guys
were a little better. Joubert came off
the bench and did a nice job and that's
the way it should be."
Frieder was not so pleased with the
action in the first half, even though his
Wolverines emerged with a 23-16 ad-
vantage. Both teams were sluggish as
Michigan hit on only 11 of 27 shots and
CMU turned the ball over 10 times.
"We turned it over too many times,"
noted Chippewa coach Dick Parfitt. "I
thought they were unforced turnovers.
Things were going O.K. most of the first
half but Michigan stayed patient to let
us turn it over."
A MAJOR REASON for CMU's point
total, the lowest for a Michigan op-
ponent since the Wolverines beat Los
Angeles State, 92-39 in 1955, wasCMU's
delay tactics.' The Chippewas held the
ball for over two minutes at one point in
the first half as Parfitt's strategy was
to stop Michigan from running the fast
break.
Rellford's hustle on defense and two
blocked shots by Roy Tarpley sparked
The Chips
CENTRAL MICHIGAN

fense
Michigan early in the second half as it
ran off eight straight points to break the
game open.
"They played hard for 12 to 15
minutes in the second half and that was
the turning point," said Frieder. "Most
of it came from the guys off the bench."
"THE GUYS OFF the bench" were
led defensively by Pelekoudas who saw
14 minutes of playing time and con-
tributed three assists plus a steal. The
senior was happy to make a con-
tribution and believes that the defense
is jelling.'
"We've been playing pretty good
defense-a lot better than last year"
said Pelekoudas. "Just look at the final
point totals in the last few games (52,
55, 39). That's the key to how well we do
in the Big Ten, how well our defense
does."
Eleven different players scored for

buries
the Wolverines who were led by
Rellford and Tim McCormick each of
whom finished with 10 points. McCor-
mick showed no ill effects from the
sprained ankle which kept him out of
Monday night's contest against North
Carolina A&T. After the game, the
pivotman said he felt 100 percent.
"I JUST GOT it loose in the first
half," said McCormick, "I felt ready to
go after that."
Overall, last night's contest was a
physical affair and most of the ex-
citement was brought about by the out-
side shooting of CMU's Jeff Heide, who
led all scorers with 14 points, and a wild
reverse lay-up by Michigan's Paul

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Jokisch with 25 seconds remaining',
which brought a crowd of 10,158 to itsf
feet.
The game also marked the return of
former Michigan football and basket-.
ball player Greg Washington to Anng.
Arbor. The CMU forward scored only'2
four points and said he wasn't that-
charged up.
"I sort of came out that way against
State (Friday' night) and didn't play
well," said the former Wolverine '
receiver. "So I decided to sit back and
just let it happen."
That's how it went for Central last
night. Michigan "happened" all over
them.

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Daily Photo by TOD WOOLF
Michigan cager Roy Tarpley battles Central Michigan forward Rob Koch for
a rebound during last night's contest. The Wolverines topped the Chippewas
58-39.

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Win s fail 1
By JIM DAVIS
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - A third-period collapse
and lack of effective penalty killing led
to the downfall of the Red Wings last
night at Joe Louis Arena, as the Toronto
Maple Leafs bested Detroit,. 5-3.
Rick Vaive, a 50-goal scorer each of
the last two seasons for the Leafs,
tallied the game-winner at 10:39 of the
final period with a man advantage,
Toronto's third power-play goal of the
game, to lift the Leafs, who now hold a
two-point margin over the Wings in the
Norris Division.
BILL DERLAGO added an insurance
goal at 17:15 to seal the verdict.
The first period started fast and
furious and kept up the pace At 3:31,
the Wings' Brad Smith went off for
hooking Toronto defenseman Jim Korn,
a former Wing who plays his dirtiest
versus Detroit. Dan Daoust made the
most of the power-play opportunity,
firing a shot through a screen to the left
of Wings' netminder Ed Mio to make it
1-0.
-After Ron Duguay and Toronto's
Dave Hutchinson went off for roughing,
the Wings got a power-play chance
when referee Bruce Hood called the
Leafs' Bill Stewart for holding. Eight
seconds later, Reed Larson took a pass
from Brad Park and walked in alone on
Toronto goalie Mike Palmateer and
unleashed a 25-foot slapshot which beat
Palmateer cleanly.
ONE MINUTE later, Kelly Kisio split
the Toronto defense off a feed from
Greg Smith and fired his eighth goal of
the season into the Leafs' net to make it
2-1 Detroit.
At 18:00, Daoust stole the show again,
skating around the Wings' defense and
cutting right through the Detroit
crease, beating Mio in the process.
Andre St. Laurent and Dale McCourt
} received roughing calls with less than a
minute left in the period, then Korn and
Gridders win
Pizza Bowl
What can 949 pounds of varsity
athlete do faster and better than anyone
else? Eat pizza. Quarterback Steve
Smith and Defensive back Vince
DeFelice teamed up last night against
heavyweight wrestlers Walt Dunayc-
zan and Rob Rechsteiner in a pizza
eating contest sponsored by Athletes in
Action at South Quad.
For 32 minutes Tiger announcer Ear-
nie Harwell provided the play-by-play
until the football players ate their way
through three medium pizzas beating
the wrestlers by six pieces.
-SHARON D'ANDRETA
SN--- a----
' only I
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LoT oron to
Park were whistled off for five-minutes
each - Korn for spearing and the
Detroit defenseman slashing - while
waiting for the ensuing faceoff. The
period ended in a 2-2 deadlock.
IN THE second stanza it appeared as
if two entirely different teams came out
to play, with each club content to let the
other skate for the first 15 minutes.
Both had a power play and one clean
breakaway chance, but failed to click.
Finally, with three minutes to go and
St. Laurent in the box for elbowing,
Borje Salming took advantage of a
giveaway deep into the Detroit zone by
Larson to put the Leafs back on top 3-2.
Steve Yzerman, the league's rookie
scoring leader, tied it up for Detroit at
6:19 of the third period on the power
play, but that was all Detroit could
muster.

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Reilford
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MinFG/A FT/A R A PF TP

MinFG/A FT/A R

A PF TP

Washington .......
Koch............
Thompson,........
Lambropoulos .....
Mitchell.........
Bolden..........
Heide...........
Schmidt ...........
Nordmann ........
Murray .........
Bellamy.........

30
23
11
28
28
21
23
8
18
8
2

2/8
1/4
1/1
1/1
1/3
1/2
7/14
0/2
1/2
1/2
1/1

0/0
1/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/2
0/0
0/0

6
4
3
1
2
1
0
0
S
0
0

1
1
0
3
0
0
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4
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6
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Reilford ...........
McCormick .......
Tarpley ......F...
Rocky more.
Turner .........
Wade ..............
Joubert ...........
Henderson........
Pelekoudas ....
Thomnson.......
Jokisch ...........
Turner..........
Antonides.......
Rudy............

23 5/7
25 4/6
18 4/7
23 3/6
27 2/6
21 3/6
25 3/11
14 0/2
14 1/2
3 0/0
3 1/1
2 0/1
1 0/1
1 0/0

0/0
2/5
0/0
0/0
0/1
1/z
0/0
2/2
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
0/0
1/2

10
10
8
6
4
7
6
2
2
0
2
0
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