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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1965

?AGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1965

Herman, Page Vie for Hockey Net Duty

By DALE SIELAFF making the tough saves while and if I do. I just hope to take
:letting the easy ones get by him." advantage of it. This is much
Just as the center of attentionte
of a football team'is the quarter- Last season Page had a tough faster and better hockey than
back, the center of attention on year, finishing last in the WCHA I've ever played before. The shots
a hockey team is the goalie, among regular goalies for goals come harder and faster, but so
against average, but at the same far I haven't had any big prob-
Coach Bump Elliott had two time he had the second highest iems."
quarterbacks before the grid sea- number of saves. In fact, Herman feels his big-
son started, and now, sure enough, gest problem is the same as each
Hockey Coach Al Renfrew has year, getting in shape, which he
two goalies, with the season opener considers as just a part of every
scheduled for next Friday night. season.
Like the quarterback situation, Renfrew agrees, and said that
one of the players battling for the so far "Herman hasn't had much
starting goalie slot is a veteran, trouble adjusting to the play here
the other a rookie, as far as var- at all. He might have the same
sity experience is concerned. trouble Page did last year with
first game, sophomore jitters, but
Returning is junior Greg Page, that's only to be expected. After
who turned in what Renfrew terms all, this is the best amateur hockey
a "somewhat streaky season." i
in the world."
HaThe newcomer is sophomoreMhopes for Impovement
Harold Herman, who gained hisr Michigan hockey fans, and{
hockey experience with the Junior Renfrew in particular, are looking
Red Wings in Detroit, and with forward to improved goaltending
last year's freshman team. ipoe gann
erma ds Eem. this season, regardless of who gets
rmn s th hee e the nod against Western Ontario
In this the fifth week of ice o pnn ih.
tiefor the ta as a whoe, o opening night.
tinfrew sees the fig tfowhe Probably the biggest gap the
Wenfrewnseesathetfightlfor the
starting spot as pretty even, with Wolverines have to fill is the
Herman holding a slight edge vacancy left by the signing of
Sort of like Wally Gabler and Renfrew doesn't see any major
Dick Vidmer two months ago. changes in style of play however,
Having played last year, PageGREG PAGE with four returning lettermen on
would be expectel to hold the pre- Herman, on the other hand, is defsveteran Barry MacDonald
season advantage over Herman, being thrown against the toughest, said. "We should not have any
but Renfrew commented that Page competition he's ever had to face, goaltending problems this year, I
"hasn't been outstanding, al- but seems to be making the most hope we can get the goals to
though he's working hard. He of his shot at, a starting berth.h,,g
seems to be running in streaks like Herman himself commented. "I'm support it."
he did last year, and seems to be trying my hardest to get a break, Forwards Hold Defensive Key
Speaking of the defense, Ren-

nesota
league
But he

are rated the
competition by
added that it's

toughest
Renfrew.
"tough to

qay who's the toughest this time
of the year. I don't think our
schedule is any easier or harder
than last year. In a league such
as ours, you have to be up for
every game. I hope the kids can
do the job."'
WCHA FINAL '64-'65 STANDINGS
W L T Pet.
North Dakota 13 3 0 .813
x-Michigan Tech 12 5 1 .694
Minnesota 10 8 0 .556
Michigan State 7 7 0 .500
MICHIGAN 7 11 0 .389
Colorado College 2 14 0 .375
Denver 4 7 1 .125
x-Won WCHA and NCAA playoffs.

'65-'66 HOCKEY SCHEDULE
Nov. 26-27-Western Ontario
Dec. 3-4-Waterloo Lutheran
10-11l-McMaster
21-22-At Denver
27-29-Boston Tournament, Boston
(Boston U., Northeastern,
Michigan Tech)
Jan. 7-8-At Minnesota
14-15-Colorado College
241-22-At North Dakota
28-29-Michigan Tech
Feb. 4-At Michigan State
5-Michigan State
11-12-Minnesota
18-19-At Duluth
25-At Michigan State
26-Michigan State
March 3-Playoff (Michigan State)
5-Playoff (Michigan Tech or
Duluth) at East Lansing or
Ann Arbor
17-19-NCAA Tournament at
Minneapolis

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GRID SELECTIONS

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1. Ohio State at MICHIGAN
2. MICHIGAN STATE at Notre
Dame
3. ILLINOIS at Northwestern
4. PURDUE at Indiana
5. NO. CAROLINA ST. at Iowa
6. Wisconsin at MINNESOTA
7. Dartmouth at PRINCETON
8. TENNESSEE at Kentucky
9. MISSOURI at Kansas
10. SMU at Baylor

11. California at STANFORD
12. UCLA at SOUTHERN CAL
13. Texas Tech at ARKANSAS
14. NORTH CAROLINA at Duke
15. Oregon State at OREGON
16. PENN STATE at Pittsburgh
17. WASH. STATE at Washington
18. CLEMSON at South Carolina
19. RICE at Texas Christian
20. Livingstone at JOHNSON
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frew commented before a recentI
workout at the Coliseum, "'The
defense is only as good as the
forwards make it. They have to
be able to get back when the puck
slips by up front. Right now we're
skating very well, and I see ar
definite overall improvement overi
last year." .
The WCHA as a whole is im-
proved according to Renfrew, and
the addition of Minnesota-Dulutht
to the league makes a two division _
conference. In the east along with
Michigan are Michigan State, last
season's NCAA and WCHA pl-ay-
off champion Michigan Tech, and
Duluth. While in the west are
Minnesota, Denver, Colorado Col-
lege, and North Dakota, last year's
WCHA champs.
Denver, North Dakota, Michigan
Tech, Michigan State, and Min-

JIM LaSOVAGE (123-57, 683)-Michigan, Michigan State, Illinois, Purdue,
North Carolina State, Minnesota, Princeton, Tennessee, Missouri, SMU, Stan-
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Clemson, Rice, Livingstone.
JIM TINDALL (107-73, .591)-Michigan, Michigan State, Illinois, Purdue,
North Carolina State, Minnesota, Princeton, Kentucky, Missouri, SMU, Stanford,
UCLA, Arkansas, Duke, Oregon State, Penn State, Washington, Clemson, Texas
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SMU. California, Southern Cal, Arkansas, North Carolina, Oregon State, Penn
State, Washington State, South Carolina, Rice, Livingstone.

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