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Men's basketball at Georgia
Tomorrow night 8 p.m.
WWJ (950 AM) WAAM (1600 AM)-
WUOM (91.7 FM)
Michigan Daily

SPORTS
Sunday, December 4, 1983

Women's basketball vs.
Central Michigan
Tuesday 7 p.m.
Crisler Arena
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By JIM DAVIS
How sweet it is. But oh so costly.
Michigan earned the 800th hockey
victory in its history last night at Yost
Ice Arena, but the win was far form
easy as the Wolverines edged Lake
Superior State, 4-3.
In the process, however, the
Wolverines lost two defensemen with
knee injuries,. Sophomore Greg Hudas,
who scored the first goal of his
collegiate-career in Friday night's
overtime, was hurt in the opening
period, and junior Mike Neff went down
in the third stanza. The extent of either
injury is unknown.
"IT WAS a costly win," said
Michigan coach John Giordano. "(The
injuries) could really hurt us." Both
players were taken to a hospital to be
examined after the game. It was feared
both had suffered ligament damage.
The victory puts Michigan in a fifth-
place tie in the CCHA standings.
Goaltender Mark Chiamp was
especially sharp down the stretch for
the Wolverines. The 5-7, 150 goalie, who
has given up only five goals in the last
three games, stopped 32 shots, in-
cluding 14 in the final period.
THE WOLVERINES had taken a 3-2
lead on a goal by co-captain Kelly Mc-
Crimmon at 4:36 of the period in a
scramble at the Lake Superior goal
mouth.
Three minutes later freshman John
Bjorkman added another goal to make
it 4-2, but the Lakets struck back.
With John DeMartino off for

ut lose
roughing, Marty Beauchamp flipped a
goal past Chiamp after the Michigan
netminder had made two consecutive
saves.
Despite plenty of opportunities, the
Lakers could not score again.
THE TWO teams had swapped goals
in an infraction-filled firstperiod.
Lake Superior scored first at 10:46
when defenseman Matt Cote's shot
from along the right boards deflected
off freshman Paul More's skate and
past Chiamp into the webbing.
Seven minutes later, DeMartino con-
trolled the puck at the left point as the
final eight seconds of a power play
ticked off the clock..The senior defen-
seman moved toward the corner and
fired a shot from the right of Laker
netminder Randy Exelby into the far
corner of the net
THE SECOND period began with the
opening face-off at center ice and for
the first fifteen minutes was played
between the blue lines. Then at the
16:00 mark, Todd Carlile led a four-on-
two Michigan rush. The defenseman
skated in on the left side and around
Mark Vichorek, then deposited his sixth
goal of the season inside the right post.
Michigan held on to the lead for the
rest of the perioll, but just barely. Tom
Stiles hit a post for the Wolverines at
the 17:00 mark, then the Lakers opened
an offensive flood gate.
The Lakers were stopped cold by
Chiamp three times and hit a goalpost,
but the period ended 2-1. Mike Warus
finally tied it early in the third, but
Michigan dominated from there.

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1. LSSC-More (Cote, Johnson) 10:46; 1. M-
DeMartino (McCrimmon, Neff) 17:57.
Penalties: M-May (slashing) 2:14; LSSC-
Beauchamp (slashing) 2:14; LSSC-Clark (holding)
5:47; M-DeMartino (checking after whistle) 13:56;
M-Stiles (roughing) 13:56; M-Stiles (high sticking)
13:56; LSSC - Clark (roughing) 13:56; LSSC-Clark
(high sticking) 13:56; LSSC-Dahlquist (high sticking)
13:56; LSSC-Martin (high sticking) 14:40; M-Macnab
(charging) 18:45.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2. M-Carlile (unassisted) 16:12.
Penalties: LSSC - Jerrard (interference) 6:54:
M - Dries .(slashing) 8:19; LSSC - Dahlquist
(roughing) 8:19; M -. Goff (tripping) 10:13; M
bench (too many men on ice 1904.

bench (too many men on ice) 19:04
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: 2. LSSC-Warus (Beauchamp, Martin) 3:51;
3. M-McCrimmon (Brauer, DeMartino)'4:36; 4. M-
Bjorkman (McCrimmon, Jones) 8:25; 3. LSSC-
Beauchamp (Martin, Dahlquist) 11:28. Penalties: M-
Bjorkman (high-sticking) 5:20; LSSC-Dixon (high
sticking) 5:20; M-DeMartino (roughing) 10:50; M-
Dries (high sticking) 15:54.
SAVES

1 2
M-Chiamp ........................... 7 11
LSSC-Exelby ..'.....................12 6
SCORING BY PERIODS

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14
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3
4

1 2
Lake Superior ...........................1 0
MICHIGAN .............................1 1

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to injuries
Knee-ded win

DailyPhoto by DAN HABIB
lichigan defenseman John DeMartino battles Lake Superior's Mike Warus
r the puck in the Wolverine end during the Wolverine's 4-3 victory over the
oo Lakers last night at Yost Ice Arena.

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OR TS OF THE DAILY:

Huburn stems Tide; 'M'

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IRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Bo
kson rambled for 256 yards, in-
ling touchdown sprints of 69 and 71
s as third-ranked Auburn cor-
:ed its Southeastern Conference
npaign unbeaten. witha :23-20 Vic-
y yesterday over 19th-ranked
bbama.
ackson's 71-yard dash down the left
eline with 2:03 left in the third quar-
came on the first play after
bama's Ricly Moore had given the
rnson Tide a 20-16 lead with a 57-yard
ring run.
twas the ninth victory in a row for

Auburn, which heads into the Sugar
Bowl against Michigan with a 10-1'
overall record, 6-0 in the SEC. It gives
Auburn its second outright conference
title in the 51-year history of the SEC.
Jackson's go-ahead run came just
before an expected torrential rain
arrived in Birmingham at the start of
the final period, adding sheets of water
to an artificial surface already dren-
ched by an overnight seven-inch down-
pour.
Competition swamps
tankers
Special to the Daily
TORONTO - World-class com-
petition limited Michigan swimming
success, but age and youth combined to
bring the men's team its only win in the
Canada cup swim meet yesterday.
Senior co-captains Mark Noetzel and
Kristan Vandersluis joined freshmen
Joe Parker and Dave Kerska for a first-
place time of 1:34.26 in the 200-meter
freestyle relay.
THE VICTORY was Kerska's second
of the weekend. Friday he won the 50-
meter freestyle in. :23.69. Noetzel
took fifth in thisrace, clocking in at
:24.18.
Naomi Marubashi was the best
finisher for the Wolverine women,
taking 10th in yesterday's 200-meter
freestyle with a time of 2:04.82.
On Friday, Melinda Copp took the
next best place for the women, finishing
13th in the 200-meter individual medley.

Pistons 117, Indiana 99
PONTIAC (AP) -Kelly Tripucka and
Cliff Levingston ignited a Detroit rally
that saw the Pistons outscore Indiana
18-0 midway through the first quarter
and send them on their way to a 117-99
National Basketball Association vic-
tory over the Pacers last night.
Tripucka scored 10 points and
Levingston six in the Detroit rally that
built a 10-9 Pistons' lead into a 28-9 ad-
vantage.
INDIANA AIDED DETROIT'S spurt
by turning over the ball on eight con-
secutive trips down the floor. The
Pacers ended the quarter with 11 tur-
novers.
The Pistons expanded their lead to 32-
16 at the end of the first quarter.
Led by Isiah Thomas' 17 second-
quarter points, Detroit led 67-41 at half-
time. Detroit led by as many as 30 poin-
ts in the second quarter.
Rangers 4, Red Wings 2
DETROIT (UPI) - Anders Hedberg
and Tom Laidlaw broke a 1-1 tie with
second period goals last night to lift the
New York Rangers to a 4-2 victory over
the Detroit Red Wings.
The win moved the Rangers, 15-9-4,
into first-place in the National Hockey
League's Patrick Division, a point
ahead of the idle New York Islanders.
THE WIN was the first in five games
for the Rangers.
Detroit's Kelly Kisio opened the

ext foe
scoring at 7:06 of the first period when
he beat New York goalie Glen Hanlon
on a breakaway The Rangers tied the
score at 13:05 on Rob McClanahan's
shot from the face off circle.
Hedberg broke the deadlock at 7:16
of the second period when he took a
pass from Ron Greschner and flipped a
backhand shot past Detroit goalie Greg
Stefan.
Laidlaw gave the Rangers a 3-1 ad-
vantage at 17:38 when he scored on a
sIanshot from the blue line.

Jackson

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