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vs. Adrian
Sunday, 1:004p.m.
Ray Fisher Field


Women's Lacirosse
vs. Indiana
Sunday, 12 noon
Tartan Turf

The Michigan Daily

Friday, March 29, 1985

Page 7


Flyers outshoot

Derrick Smith scored the tie-breaking
goal in the third period and Todd
Bergen added an insurance goal less
than two minutes later last night to lift
Philadelphia to a 3-1 victory over the
Detroit Red Wings and clinch the
Patrick Division title for the Flyers.
The victory, which boosted the
Flyers' margin over Washington to 10
points with four games remaining,
assured Philadelphia of home ice ad-
vantage throughout the division playof-
fs. It was also the Flyers' 12th win in.
their last 13 games.
THE FLYERS, who outshot Detroit
31-12 in the first two periods, were tied
1-1 when Smith rebounded Mark
Howe's shot in the right circle. Using
teammate Ron Sutter and Detroit's
Randy Ladouceur as screens, Smith
fired a 20-foot shot that beat goalie
Corrado Micalef to the short side at 7:07
for his 17th goal.
AT 8:49, Bergen, a mid-season callup
from the minors walked right in on
Micalef from the left-wing circle. The
goalie stopped his initial shot but
Bergen claimed his own rebound and
slid the puck between Micalef's pads
for his seventh goal.
After a scoreless first period,
Detroit's Steve Yzerman scored the
game's first goal at 1:10 of the second

period. He took a feed in the slot from
Greg Smith, who circled around the
Philadelphia net to the rightwing circle,
and fired a 20-foot shot through the pads
of Flyers goalie Pelle Lindbergh for his
26th goal.
The Flyers evened the score 12
seconds later on Rich Sutter's sixth
goal. Len Hachegan skated into the
right-wing corner before feeding Sutter
in the near circle, and Sutter put the
puck inside the far post past Mica lef.
The Flyers, outshot the Red Wings,
17-6, in the first period but Micalef was
outstanding in goal, recording two
tremendous saves on 53-goal scorer
Tim Werr and fine stops on Ron Sutter
and Ilkka Sinisalo. The Philadelphia
shot advantage reached 31-12 after two

Cletand 122, Chicago 114
RICHFIELD, Ohio (AP) - World B.
Free scored 23 of his 32 points in the
second half last night as the Cleveland
Cavaliers defeated the Chicago Bulls
122-114 in National Basketball
Association action.
Cleveland, 30-43, is one game ahead of
the Atlanta Hawks in the battle for the
Eastern Conference's final playoff ber-
THE CAVALIERS led 54-52 at half-
time and 58-57 with 9:37 remaining in
the third quarter..
Free then scored nine points, and Phil
Hubbard and Roy Hinson each added
six, as the Cavaliers outscored the Bulls
23-9 to take a 81-66 lead with 2:56 left in
the period.

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Tigers nip
Astros, 9-6
LAKELAND, Fla. (UPI)-There's
nothing wrong with Aurelio Lopez's
arm that a new set of contact lenses
won't cure.
Lopez was pounded for six hits and
five runs in two innings and nearly blew
a 5-1 Detroit lead in the 1st two innings
of a 9-6 Tigers' victory yesterday over
the Houston Astros that snapped the
'club's sixgame losing streak.
bothering him,", Detroit manager
Sparky Anderson said Thursday after
John Grubb's tie-breaking two-run
triple .keyed a three-run sixth inning
that started Detroit on its way.
"When he turns his head (on his
delivery), he's seeing double," Ander-
son said of Lopez, whose ERA is now a
rotund 9.00 (nine runs in nine innings).
* "We'll have to get that checked," An-
dersqn said.
"He just got them and they're giving
him trouble."
ENOS CABELL narrowed the 5-1 lead
Lopez inherited from starter Walt
Terrell to 5-4 when he hit a three-run
home run that just got inside the left
field foul pole in the eighth.
u Craig Reynolds reached Lopez for a
two-run home run in the top of the ninth
but the right-hander worked out of a
two-out, bases-loaded jam to end the
Grubb tripled in a pair of runs and
'scored on a single to right by Darrell
Evans off losing starter Mike Scott, 1-2,
to break a 1-1 tie in the sixth.
Reliever Frank DiPino wild-pitched
home a run in the seventh to give
Detroit its 5-1 lead.
Tulane hoops
scandal goes
to grand jury
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Two Tulane
University basketball players testified
before a grand jury yesterday and af-
terward another student was arrested
on bribery charges in the point-shaving
-scandal involving the Green Wave
Mark Olensky, 22, who is not a mem-
ber of the team, surrendered to District
Attorney Harry Connick and was
booked on two counts of bribery of spor-
ts participants, Connick's office said.
HE WAS the fifth student arrested in
g the case.
Green Wave star John Williams, 23, a
oot-10 all-conference center, was
arrested Tuesday night at his home,
and later denied any wrongdoing.
On Wednesday, sophomore
swingman David Dominique of New
Iberia, La., and senior guard Bobby
Thompson of New Orleans surrendered
to officers.
WILLIAMS, Thompson and
Dominique are accused of shaving
points - either by winning by a lower
margin or losing by a greater margin
than the established "line" on the
k "game.

Good friends keep you going
when all you want to do is s

Your feet hurt. Your legs
hurt. Even your teeth hurt.
But your friends thought
you looked terrific. And with
them urging you on, your
first 10 kilometer race didn't
finish you. You finished it.
Now that you have some-

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