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Page 2 -The Michigan Daily - Sports Monday- December 11, 1989
Michigan Sports
A compilation of Michigan sporting events
and information for the coming week.
Monday, December 11
Men's Basketball vs. Chicago State at Crisler Arena,
7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, December 12
No events scheduled
Wednesday, December 13
No events scheduled
Thursday, December 14
Women's Basketball vs. Wiconsin-Green Bay at Crisler
Arena, 7:30 p.m.
, Friday, December 15
Ice Hockey vs. Illinois-Chicago at Yost Ice Arena, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 16
Men's Basketball at Marquette, 1p.m.
Ice Hockey vs. Illinois-Chicago at Yost Ice Arena,
7:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 17
No events scheduled

Kramer expelled from Griddes


basks in
by Eric Lemont
Daily Hockey Writer
EAST LANSING - In a high
profile program like Michigan State,
it's easy to get overlooked while
playing with scoring sensations Kip
Miller and Pat Murray. But the
Spartans didn't become the No. 3
team in the country with the help of
just two players.
Michigan State showed their
versatility this weekend with a
diversified scoring attack- an attack
led by junior rightwinger Shawn
Heaphy's six goals.
"Shawn's got a tremendous shot
and he showed it tonight," Michigan
State head coach Ron Mason said
after Heaphy's hat trick saturday
night. "You get him the puck in the
slot and he'll score it."
Heaphy's goals came at oppor-
tune times for the Spartans. He put
MSU up 2-1 on a power-p[ay goal
with 5:12 left in the first period of
Saturday night's game.
And when Michigan came back
to tie the game at 3-3 going into the
third period, it was Heaphy again
who slammed the door shut on
Michigan's chance for a victory with
his 14th and 15th goals of the
Heaphy's game-winner came off a
two-on-one break with Spartan left
defenseman Steve Beadle. "(Beadle)
faked the pass and the D-man froze
up. It was a heck of a pass," Heaphy
Heaphy added an insurance goal
with just over two minutes left to
make the final score 5-3.
His play proved crucial in
Sunday's game as well. He added
another three goals including what
may have been the Spartans most
important one.
After Michigan had whittled
MSU's 5-0 lead down to 5-4,
Heaphy rifled in a rebound off a Pat
Murray miss. His goal sealed the
Heaphy's game took off in the
middle of last season when Mason
switched him from center to right
"It helps that he's so fast,"
Mason said.
For now, Heaphy is proud to
play in the shadows of players like
Miller as long as Michigan State
continues to win.
"(Miller) is a legitimate Hobey
Baker candidate and we're in first
place. That's not overlooked by


Wolverine rightwinger Dan Stiver brings the puck up in Sunday's contest at Michigan State. Trailing Stiver is
Spartan leftwinger Peter White.The 11-4 Spartan victory left Michigan with an 8-6-1 CCHA conference record.


11 _ 1

'Michigan right-winger Ted Kramer learned Saturday that his season
picks placed him into the bottom five of all the entries received throughout
the year and was pretty upset. However, Kramer learned between periods of
Saturday's hockey game against Michigan State that Wolverine assistant
coach Mel Pearson had finished the year with the best record before the
final bowl games.
"Okay boys," Michigan coach Red Berenson told his team before the
third period, and the Wolverines trailing 3-2, "get out there and skate.
Skate hard boys. This is Michigan sons. We play to win - like Mel wins
at that Daily's Griddes. He picks winners. We play as winners. And how
the how hell, Kramer, could you ever pick Northwestern over Michigan
State? Well, who could pick us over State in hockey? Never mind."
Upon learning this, Kramer threw off his skates, raced over to the Daily
at 420 Maynard. Kramer tried to sneak a peak at his coach's selections, in
hopes of finally winning dinner for two at O'Sullivan's Pub and Eatery.
Claiming he was Pearson, Kramer claimed he needed to double check his
picks. Kramer was caught, headed back to the arena, and finished playing
the third period. He has been disqualified from future Griddes. Everyone
else can turn in their picks by 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Independence Bowl Tulsa vs Oregon
Aloha Bowl Michigan St. vs Hawaii
All-American Bowl Duke vs Texas Tech.
Liberty Bowl Air Force vs Miss.
Holiday Bowl Penn St. vs BYU
John Hancock Bowl Pitt vs Texas A&M
Freedom Bowl Washington vs Florida
Peach Bowl Georgia vs Syracuse
Gator Bowl W. Virginia vs Clemson
Copper Bowl N. C. St. vs Arizona
Hall of Fame Bowl Auburn vs Ohio State
Florida Citrus Bowl Virginia vs. Illinois
Cotton Bowl Ark. vs Tennessee
Fiesta Bowl Nebraska vs Fla. State
Sugar Bowl Miami vs Alabama
Orange Bowl Notre Dame vs. Colorado
Michigan USC
Name and Phone Number:

by Eric Lemont
Daily Hockey Writer
EAST LANSING - Yost Ice Arena should put
quotas on guys like Steve Dines. Limit his unsavory
type to none a game. Dines wore jersey No. 31 (not in
your program) and was Michigan State's No. 1
cheerleader at Saturday night's game at Yost.
Listen to Dines describe his craft: "You see, we
usually have three sections at State. One chants 'M'
then '5' then 'U'. The only problem is everybody
wants to be in the 'U' section. Tonight, though, we
only had two sections so we had to amplify it a little
And they sure did.
Michigan State won the game on the ice and in the
stands. Here are some lowlights from Saturday night's
-After Pat Murray put Michigan State up 1-0, the
place erupted. And not in boos. A Green Wave, or
roar, pierced through the arena, and the cacophony
lasted a good minute.
The Applause-O- Meter read Michigan State 1,
Michigan 0.
* At the end of the first period, as the teams skated
off the ice with State up 3-1, the Spartan faithful rose
to their feet in raucous applause. The Wolverines had
the Michigan Pep "to Dismal" Band playing "Hail to
the Victors," in B (very) flat.
Michigan State Applause-O-Meter 2, Michigan
- With 1 minute left in the game, State fans
tauntingly waved goodbye to the Wolverine hockey
team. Families of four, for crying out loud, were
getting into the act. What is an impressionable five-

You can't dispute it,
State's fans are best
year old doing waving at hockey players four times his
age, anyway? Aren't there bedtimes in Lansing?
State 3, Michigan 0 on the old A-O-M.
In truth, it is the Michigan fans that deserve a
lambasting. Why? Well, let's go back to our old frien4
Dines: "It's pretty obvious that they just sit on their
hands and don't do too much," he said.
Who asked Dines for his two cents - even if he is
One Michigan fan said it "was disappointing that
we aren't more rowdy. It was the same way for Ohio
State. We need to be in the game a little more."
No, Michigan fans have to be at the games a little
more. Yost was sold out Saturday night in large part
because of a massive MSU contingency.
Michigan State, on the other hand, has sold out 78
consecutive games because hockey is viewed there as
being on par with football.
The festivities in the stands at Munn Ice Arena on
Sunday included dueling sections of fans, on opposite
sections of the rink, chanting "GO GREEN - GO
STATE". They also took pleasure in yelling "Shar-
pies! Sharples! U-G-L-Y! You ain't got no alibi!"
Sharples eventually left the game.
Rumor had it that a smattering of Michigan fans
made the trip to East Lansing.
There's no question that the Spartans outplayed
Michigan in the weekend series. They pounced on the
Wolverines from the very beginning and, outside of
several second period lapses, outskated and outworked
them as well.
Michigan will have to play better in big games and
can only be helped by Wolverine fans winning the
battle of the bleachers, or at least entering the contest.

IM Fraternity Top 20
Here's a look at total points by mid-season
Fraternity (Letters) Points
1. Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEFI) 653
2. Sigma Phi Epsilon (DDE) 641.3
3. Delta Tau Delta (ATA) 639.6
4. Alpha Delta Phi (AA() 606
5. Evans Scholars 592.5
6. Sigma Alpha Mu (YAM) 583
7. Phi Gamma Delta (OFA) 568.5
8. Alpha Tau Omega (ATU) 550
9. Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) 549.5
10. Sigma Nu (EN) 542.3
11. Sigma Alpha Epsilon (YAE) 506
12. Beta Theta Pi (BEOl) 493.8
13. Delta Sigma Phi (AYE) 476
14. Phi Delta Theta (Me) 473.5
15. Kappa Sigma (KY) 415
16. Chi Phi (x) 413.5
17. Phi Kappa Psi ('KT) 412.1
18. Pi Kappa Phi (HK) 346.8
19. Tau Gamma Nu (TEN) 333
20. Phi Kappa Tau ((KT) 299.5
The Michigan Daily and WJJX Present: 4
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Fi~sher Talk

Continued from page 1
On Saturday night, Michigan
came out flat, going 0-for-7 on the
power play and squandering three-on-
one opportunities four times.
"We had four breakaways tonight
and we didn't score on any of them,"
Michigan co-captain Moes said. "I
think (the power play) was where the
difference was tonight."
With the score tied, 1-1, 11
minutes and 30 seconds into the first
period, Michigan took a two-man
advantage on two Spartan penalties.
But three minutes later, the situation
shifted to a two-man advantage for
the Spartans when Ted Kramer and
Todd Copeland headed for the penalty
box. Only 27 seconds after Cope-
land's high-sticking call, Heaphy
gave State a 2-1 lead by knocking in
a rebound for his first of three goals.
"We took two penalties on the
power play," Michigan coach Red
Berenson said. "Dumb penalties."
State went up 3-1 when Steve
Beadle took a crossing pass and beat
"They took advantage of us,"
Berenson said. "We were waiting to
see what State did rather than play
our own game."
But the Michigan comeback began
when the Wolverines had fewer men

on the ice than did MSU. The Mich-
igan penalty-killing squad cam4
through with a shorthanded goal
when Ryan Pardoski netted a
rebound to make the score 3-2.
Late in the second period, Ted
Kramer emerged from a melee in
front of the State net with a goal to
even the score at 3-3. Shortly after,
Denny Felsner and Rob Brown blew
Wolverine breakaway opportunities.
"I saw Felsner taking his time,'1
Spartan goalie Jason Muzzatti said.
"So I thought I'd try to surprise
him. I guess it worked."
Then the biggest Wolverine
miscue of all occurred with 9:30
remaining in regulation and the
game deadlocked, the Wolverines
broke out on a three-on-one
breakaway. But a botched drop pass
wound up on Beadle's stick and4
turned into a three-on-one for State.
Heaphy netted his second goal for
the game-winner.
The Spartan rightwinger then
completed his hat trick on a 20-foot
slapshot to seal the 5-3 win.
"We got outplayed in every part of
the game," Sharples said after
Sunday's loss. "They showed us
why they're one of the top two or
three teams in the country, and why
we've got a little ways to go."

Spartan Walt Bartels skates in front of Wolverine Alex Roberts.
Saturday Night at Yost Ice Arena: MSU 5, 'M' 3
SCORING: First Period, 5:10 MSU, 1 Pat Murray (11) (Stewart,
Miller). 7:14 UM, 1 Brad Turner (2) (T. Helber, Tamer). 14:48 MSU, 2
Shawn Heaphy (13) (Woolley, White) (pp). 16:37 MSU, 3 Steve Beadle
(6) (Miller, Norris). Penalties, 2:55 MSU, Cummins (Cross-Checking).
11:3Q MSU, Woolley (Checking from Behind). 12:12 MSU, Russell
(Tripping). 13:04 UM, Kramer (Interference). 14:21 UM, Copeland

Sports Monday
Associate Editors
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Mike Gill
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