THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By PHIL BROWN
A battle of unbeaten powers
approaches as Michigan's soccer
club travels tomorrow to Buffalo,
New York, to tangle with the
Bulls of Buffalo State University.
Michigan's kickers will be put-
ting their untarnished (2-0) mark
on the lime against an, eastern
powerhouse that has yet to taste
defeat after five outings.
It will be the second trip to
New York for the soccer club, and
will give Michigan an opportunity
to revenge a 5-3 stomping by the
Bulls last year. Last season's ef-
fort resulted in the Wolverines be-
ing voted Buffalo's 'Best Oppon-
ent' award, and an invitation to
return for tomorrow's contest.
The Bulls are led by a power-
ful scoring punch and a goalie
that rates among the country's
Senior Tom Allen has been in
the Buffalo nets for three years
and earned Ail-American honors
He has three shutouts to his
'credits in five games, a trait which
has become painfully evident to
Bull opponents over the past three
years. He registered four white-
washes as a junior after record-
ing five in his first season.
A pair of junior-college trans-
fers have given the Bulls an awe-
some offense this year. Guy Bin-
figlio and Roman Kucil, both pro-
ducts of Monroe Community Col-
lege, and both two-year JC All-
Americans, have contributed thir-
teen goals in Buffalo's first five
Center halfback Ray Perez, a
transfer student from iSuffolk
Community College on Long Is-
land, also boasts back-to-back JC
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Led by Kuaku Doh, a senior
playing left inside, and Horatio
Williams, a fine sophomore full-
back, the kickersshould do well.
r, They will have Jerry Vegelatos at
right wing, and the experienced
and capable goaltending of co-
- ~captain Nosha.
Alex Hunh, Carlos Flores, andj
GrahamWilkes have starred in
the Wolverines' two victories. Dei-
ter Stefankovich scored a pair
of goals in a 3-1 triumph over
Toledo two weeks ago. It could;
well be the performances of these
younger members of the squad
that determines the final outcome
of tomorrow's contest.
"We're pretty happy with the
team we have this year," notes
Hartrick. "But we think the game
Saturday should be one of our
toughest of the year. We saw a
fine Michigan team last year, and
were very much impressed by it."
It is worth noting that B. S. U.
does not play inter-collegiate foot-
ball. Bull fans have no difficult
choice to make about which event
to see and which to forego when
the big weekend arrives.
This fact, coupled with the extra
k for the Michigan soccer club, incentive of Homecoming festiv-
n a 3-1 Wolverine triumph two iies, will make Buffalo an un-
usually rough foe.
mates invade Buffalo, N.Y., to- A 'big game' - two fine teams,
idefeated Bulls of Buffalo State the thrill of soccer, and the color
of Homecoming; a great way to
spend a weekend.
"We're much stronger, too," he--
points out. "We have more people
than we've had in the past, and
our players are more experienced
than they were last year."Us
than thy- year.
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