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Men's Swimming
vs. Purdue
Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Matt Mann Pool

SPORTS

Women's Basketball
vs. Ohio State
Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.
Crisler Arena

The Michigan Daily

Thursday, January 14, 1988

Page 9

SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Garv calls it quits

Newcomer Nill leads Red Wings

in 7-4 trounce over

LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP)- Steve
Garvey, baseball's quintessential
good guy and one of the game's great
clutch hitters, retired yesterday after
17 years in the major leagues. He
spent the last five with the San
Diego Padres.
"This is in many ways the
toughest day of my life. In other
ways, it's quite exciting," said
Garvey, a first baseman who starred
12 years for the Los Angeles Dodgers
before joining the Padres as a free
agent in December 1982.
He had been on the disabled list
since May 30 with a torn bicep
tendon near his left shoulder, an
injury that required reconstructive
surgery.
A lifetime .294 hitter, Garvey
batted .211 with one home run and
nine runs batted in in 27 games last
season before being sidelined.
Garvey, a 10-time All-Star who
enjoyed a tremendous fan following
because he was so obliging to fan
and charity requests, said the injury
that cut short his 1987 season also
influenced his decision to retire.
"It's a retirement that is decided
upon almost involuntarily because of
the severe injury that I had," Garvey
said. "It's an injury that has taken
much longer to heal than I expected.
It's an injury that over the last four
of five weeks has come along very
slowly."
Garvey wasn't offered a 1988
contract by the Padres and became a
free agent in November.
He had hoped to play one more
season and held several preliminary
discussions with the Dodgers as well
as the Padres, who invited him to
spring training as a non-roster player.
But the slowness of the rehabilitation
forced him to change his mind.
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Strickland, already benched from
Depaul's starting lineup for missing
basketball practice, has been ordered
to appear in court next week on a
battery charge.
In a police report filed Jan. 6, an
unidentified dorm guard at Depaul
charged that Strickland pushed him in
the face and shoved a small
Christmas tree at him after he refused
to give Strickland a pass key early
New Year's day.
"No comment," Strickland said,
when asked if he would show up next
Tuesday to defend himself in court.
The guard told police he refused to
give Strickland the pass key under a
dorm policy that no student be loaned
a key during the holidays. Strickland
denied that any punches were thrown.
Depaul Coach Joey Meyer also

refused to discuss details of the
incident.
"Rod and I have talked about what
happened that night, but while it's
still pending, I'm not at liberty to
discuss it," Meyer said on Tuesday.
Strickland will play tonight when
the Blue Demons host Dayton, but
will not start because he failed to
show up at practice Monday, Meyer
said. Strickland did work out with the
team the following day, after a peace
conference with Meyer.
"He said he wasn't prepared
mentally to come to practice," Meyer
said. "It wasn't the smartest thing
not to show up."
Tim Stephens, the Depaul sports
information director, said Strickland
will not comment on the matter
"until some future date."

NEW YORK (AP)- Jim Nill
had a goal and three assists as the
Detroit Red Wings extended their
NHL winning streak to four games
by beating the New York Rangers,
7-4, last night.
Lee Norwood, who also had two
assists, broke a 2-2 tie at 8:58 of
the first period and put Detroit in
front to stay.
Nill, acquired last weekend from
Winnipeg, put Detroit in front just
49 seconds into the game as he
beat goalie John Vanbiesbrouck
with a 25-foot shot through a
screen. Only 45 seconds later, Mel
Bridgman made it 2-0, jamming
Mike O'Connell's rebound into the
net.
JOHN OGRODNICK fired a
40-footer from along the left wing

boards through a screen a n d
between Red Wings goalie Glen
Hanlon's legs at 3:21.
Walt Poddubny scored his 28th
goal of the season to tie it at 8:44.
Poddubny banged in Tomas
Sandstrom's rebound two seconds
after a Rangers power play had
expired.
But, 14 seconds later, Norwood
scored the go-ahead goal. He
converted on a breakaway with a
10-foot shot.
Bob Probert extended Detroit's
lead to 4-2 with his 20th goal on
a power play at 4:52 of the second
period. Joe Murphy connected at
6:47, putting a 10-foot shot over
Vanbiesbrouck, making it 5-2.
Ulf Dahlen scored the first of
his two goals at 14:21 with a 15-

Rangers
footer over Hanlon's glove to cut
Detroit's lead to 5-3. He beat
Hanlon again at 8:26 of the third
period, converting a 2-on-1 break
with a 25-foot shot.
Brent Ashton restored the Red
Wings two-goal lead only 35
seconds later as he got his 14th
goal with a backhander past
Vanbiesbrouck. Nill picked up his
third assist on the goal.
Adam Oates scored the final
goal of the game for the R e d
Wings, who are now 21-16-5 on
the season.
The Rangers, who are 0-3-1 in
their last four games, played
without coach Michel Bergeron,
who was hospitalized with a
probable case of food poisoning.
Charles Thiffault, Begeron's
assist, coached the team.

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" Championship Game of Regionals to be played in the
Pontiac Silverdome before Piston's Game
" Single Elimination Tournament Deadline: Jan. 18. 1988
Tournament Dates:

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