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The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 2, 1983 -Page 11
SPOR TS OF THE DAILY

MIDNIGHT MADNESS SPECIALS

UIC hockey player dies

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From staff and wire reports
CHICAGO; A 19-year-old freshman
hockey player at. Illinois-Chicago died
Wednesday afternoon after collapsing
during hockey practice, school officials
said.
Mark Nordling, a 6-1, 185-pound
defenseman from Hallock, Minn. was
rushed to Skokie Valley memorial
Hospital in full cardiac arrest after
collapsing at about 2:15 p.m. (Chicago
time) at Wilmette Ice Arena. He was
pronounced dead at the hospital at 3:27
p.m.
THERE WAS no indication as to the
cause of death as of last night, but
hospital and school officials believe it
was medically related and not due to
the Flames' practice.
According to Illinois-Chicago Sports
Information Director Jim Schmidt, the
team had only been on the ice a short
time and was doing a shooting drill
when Nordling was stricken.
At first he had difficulty breathing,
and then collapsed near the blueline.
Wilmette paramedics were then called
and took him to the hospital.
AN AUTOPSY was performed
yesterday, but the results will not be
available for two to three weeks.
Nordling went to Illinois-Chicago
straight out of Hallock High School,
where he had won all-conference and
all-section honors while serving as co-
captain of the hockey team.
'This year he had played in all 15 of
the Flames' games and had not scored
any points. He had recently been con-
verted from center to defense.
Illinois-Chicago still plans to play this
weekend, when it will host Western
Michigan. The Flames will host the
Michigan hockey team January 13-14.
St. Peters 73,
Michigan State 66
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -
Center Tommy Best scored 22 points
and forward Shelton Gibbs fired in 20,
including six in the final 35 seconds, as
unranked St. Peter's stunned 11th-
ranked Michigan State 73-66 in college
basketball last night.
Michigan State, 2-1, stormed back
from an 18-point first half deficit to pull
within 64-61 on Sam Vincent's two free
throws with 36 seconds to play.
BUT GIBBS sank two free throws af-
te a two shot technical foul was called
on;Michigan State's Darryl Johnson for
deliberately grabbing St. Peter's Ber-
nal-d Hargrove on the inbounds play af-
ter Vincent's two foul shots.
Norman Luckett converted a layup to
give St. Peter's a 68-61 lead with 30
seconds to play.
Gibbs then scored on a dunk shot and

sank two more free throws with four
seconds to play. He was eight of 12 from
the foul line and had nine rebounds.
St. Peter's, 2-0, saw its 18 point lead
whittled to 28-21 at halftime, but built it
to 17 twice in the second half before
Vincent triggered the comeback.
Vincent, keyed the comeback with 25
of his 30 points in the second half. Vin-
cent had 13 points in the final two
minutes of play.

The decision follows the recommen-
dation by U.S. Magistrate J. Milton
Sullivan, that Willie Aikens and Jerry
Martin - who no longer are with the
Royals - and Wilson should serve their
sentenced at the Fort Worth Federal
Correctional Institution so they can
take part in its drug treatment
program.
ALL THREE players pleaded guilty
in October to a federal misdemeanor
charge of attempting to possess
cocaine. Sullivan sentenced each of
them to three months in prison. He also
fined Wilson and Aikens $5,000 and
Martin $2,500.

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