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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 196+6

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Icemen
By JOE O'NEILL
Three weeks ago if you looked
ahead to this weekend's hockey
games for the Wolverines, and you
saw that they would be at Duluth,
Minn., for a two-game series with
the University of Minnesota, Du-
luth branch, you would probably
just shrug off any hopes of a close
game and say, "Rack up two more
for the hustling Michigan icers."
That was three weeks ago, when
Michigan was in its prime, knock-
ing down Michigan Tech in cham-
pionship form. That was before
being outskated by Michigan State
and Minnesota for the past two
weekends, with Michigan going
without a win since that memor-
able Tech series.
That was also whenMinnesota-
Duluth had a miserable 0-12 rec-
ord ,and was holding down the
cellar position better than the,
Bruins.
Bulldogs Change
iWhen Mel Wakabayashi of
Michigan faces off Friday and
Saturday night against Keith
Christiansen of Minnesota-Duluth,'
the Bulldogs will have made some
changes that will put them in aI
better position to face Michigan
with the chance of taking two like
the others have done in the past.
For one thing, according to hockey
coach Ralph Romano of Minne-
sota-Duluth, this weekend will
mark the first time since Jan, 1
that the Bulldogs will be at full
strength, with no one out due to
injuries.'
Minnesota-Duluth's top scorer
and most valuable player, junior

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Test Revitalized Bulldog Attack

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hristiansen, will be return- Starting in the nets for the
er missing seven games. Bulldogs will be sophomore Dave
Tok and Owen Rogers will LeBlanc, from Fort William, On-
action for the first time tario. He has traveled the same
st month's Denver series. road as Michigan's netminder;
reesome was the best line, Harold Herman in that he was al-;
, when, as an independent, ternating with senior Ron Hill at
ta-Duluth won seven out the start of the season, but Le-;
ainst WCHA teams. Blanc now starts regularly.
Old Hands Leading the defense for Min-
er factor is that the nesota-Duluth will be senior Bob
s" of being in the WCHA Hill, from Duluth. He is considered
n off for Minnesota-Du- one of the top defensemen in the;
is is their first year as a league, and is the highest scoring
of the league, although in defenseman in UMD's history.
they played most of their Starting on defense with Hill will
gainst WCHA teams. Ac- be sophomore Tom Ahrens, also:
to Coach Romano, "In the from Duluth. Hill is one of only
g we were pressed and three seniors on the UMD team.
being in the league for Tech-Style Play
time. We weren't skating The forward line will be a re-
at first, and injuries union among junior Christiansen,
d our ability. But now senior Tok, and junior Pat Fran-]
all our men and have cisco from Duluth.
nfidence." Minnesota-Duluth has a style

that, according t
terned after Mic
though it isn't
much finessse. TI
generally play
style.
This style seen
for the Bulldogs
past two weeks
have only won
have given No
their intra-state
some real troub
Minnesota 5-3, a
raised a few eyet
with the Sioux,
overtime, and loc
night. Their win
kota was notable
have given every
trouble this year
commented that
has been in a sli
we were just luc
down."

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Wolverine Thinclads Host
By BOB McFARLAND Tonight, Notre Dame is on the trio will be pitt
thinclad's slate, the home meet Coffey, who logg
A few notations, written by beginning at 7 p.m. at Yost Field Michigan StateI
coach Don Canham, appeared on House. The Irish have some top Coffey's time wl
the list of last week's results. of distance runners, and this area is off the meet rec
the Michigan State Relays. where the Wolverines can expect The Yost marks
The remarks on the bulletin their top competition. Notre Dame's
board at Yost wouldn't seem sig- With only one relay on the Dean, will not b
nificant to the casual observer. schedule, the Wolverines will get with the Irish: H
There were only two notes, "very the opportunity to display their in the New Yo
good," along with the sentence talents individually for the first games tonight. J
"We are getting better each week." time since the Western Michigan and Kelly will be
Earning "very good" were the Open. for Michigan.
second place finishes of the mile Distance Battle Senior Cecil Ni
relay and two mile relay units, Ted Benedict, Brian Kelley, and more Elmo Mora
while the other statement referred Jim Dolan will get a stiff test of an exciting race
to the entire squad. Significant? their stamina and endurance in part of the two3
Yes, for the messages sum up a the two-mile run. The Michigan last week, Morale
philosophy of one ,of the nation's City, tore aroun
top coaches. 1:54 pace. The
Canhan looks on the season may see some f
prior to the Big Ten Champion-NorDaest
ships as a time of preparation and took the event a
experimentation. He juggles the gan at MSU.
relay line-ups, finds out the best In the 1000-ya
events of each runner, and works rell will lead t
on improvement-a slow, steady, Opposing him wi
gradual improvement, expressed Jim Mercer, an
in the words "We are getting Farrell ran a 2:1
better each week." at Indiana and
Records Are Deceiving the 1000 behin
As a result, the Wolverine cda- Western Michiga:
dermen's record isn't always over-
powering before the conference Ward Tr
championships. Along the way, Carl Ward ai
Michigan may lose a few minnows, ash e ed
but the important thing is that dash. Hampered
the Wolverines almost always land latertwo ourti
the big trout. oafter his first
The test tube period is now al- sThe meet will
most over, with only two dual TheWmee w
meets remaining before the Michi- the Wolverines wi
gan cindermen journey to East at qualifying fort
Lansing for the Big Ten Indoor Championships,c
Championships. Most of the en- host schl or t
tries are set, with the goal a fort-h
night away. CECIL NORDE Hall in Detroit.
_-awa_.Already, the I

o Romano, is pat- In practice this past week Ro-
higan Tech's, al- mano has been readjusting his
executed with as lines, and working on passing, now
hey forecheck and that his team is united and
a fast-breaking healthy. Some of his players have
been out a long time, so he wants
ns to be working to be sure they have the basic
right now. In the teamwork down.
s, although they When asked about Michigan's
one game, they team this year, Romano had this
rth Dakota and to say: "Al (Renfrew) has done a
rival Minnesota tremendous job so far this year.
ble. They lost to The feeling around the league this
nd last week they year was that Michigan wouldn't
brows by splitting finish too high in the standings
winning 3-2 in because of their lack of unusually
sing 5-2 the next strong talent. They don't have the
over North Da- superstars of past years, but Al
since the Nodaks has certainly made this team
y team plenty of hustle and work well together."
r. Coach Romano Hustle will be the name of this
"North Dakota series coming up. Romano added
ump recently, and that "these two teams are of about
ky to catch them equal strength now. Neither team
will be pressing for the champion-
ship in the regular season, so the
Iris h.team that puts out the effort will
J be the victor."
ted against Mike Cassius Clay
ed a 9 :02.6in the
Relays last week
'as just a shade
cord in the event.l
stands at .9:02.9.
best miler. Ed LOUISVILLE, Ky. .'-PIHeavy-
e making the trip weight boxing champion Cassius
3e is participating Clay was put'in 1-A yesterday and
rk Athletic' Club his draft board indicated his name
im Dennis, Dolan .will be included in the March call.
running the mile Clay, 24, had been deferred after
failing mental aptitude sections
Vorde and sopho- of his examinations. He was re-
ales should make classified under new, lower stand-
of the 880. As ards established because of the
mile relay squad need for more men.
s, from New York Ican't see how they can re-
d the track at a classify me as 1-A, why they're
two Wolverines so anxious to push me into the
Army out of all the people in
imiliar faces, for Louisville officially classed 1-A,"
o mile foursome he said.
way from Michi- "Why are they so anxious to
rd run, Pete Far- pay me $80 a month-me, who in
the Irish effort. two fights pays for six new jet
il1 be Ken Coffin planes?" he exclaimed.
dllbe eCkfi' Clay's reclassification left the
d Dave Legack . Clay-Ernie Terrell heavyweight
L2.8 two weks ago bout March 29 at Chicago hang-
placed second in ing in the air.
d Dean at the Terrel indicated hope for Clay's
n Open.' deferment, but said, "Of course,
ies Again after the fight he wouldn't be in
nd Willie Brown any condition to go in the Army
go in the 60-yard anyway."
by bad luck the
s, Ward will be ...: NI"::;.
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men have qualifie in seven
events. The mile and two mile
relay squads made the standard
last week, and are joined by high
jumper Rick Hunt, pole vaulter
George Canamare,. shot putter
Jack Harvey, hurdler Roy Wood-
ton, and sprinter Ward.
All students are admitted free
to the cindermen's home meets
with an ID.

The Rugby Club will begin
training sessions starting this
Saturday at 10 a.m. The ses-
sions will be held in Waterman
Gymnasium.
Contrary to the story which
appeared in yesterday's Daily,
tonight's gymnastics meet will
begin at 7:30 p.m. There will
also be a meet on Saturday aft-
ernoon with Minnesota, which
will start at 3. This will be the
last home meet of the season.
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