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PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, 2 FEBRUARY 1985

Surgin leers Move to Second Pace

MERCER, HARVEY STAR:

Sophs Brighten T rack Outlook1
By STEVE GALL Championships last year i'n 4:13.2. al from Western Michigan, Jim

By P. C. DEAN .
Despite hraving a edive - gme I
Igan Tech Friday night, Mich-
igan's hockey team vaulted from
a mediocre fourth place tie in
WCHA standings to the sole pos-
session of second with two wins
and a single loss last week.
This remarkable turn of events
began last Wednesday night as
Michigan journeyed to East Lans-
ing to manhandle the Spartans,
6-3.. The "big game" was made
even bigger since sole possession
Rink Schedule
IT ODAY-lO a.m.-12 noon
TOMORROW-8 a.m.-10 a.m.
THURSDAY-1O a.m.-noon

of fourth place hung In the bal- i
ance and only the first four teams
are invited to the conference
cmhampionship p 1a y o f f s next
IMichiigan was the first to wink
the little red light as Alex Hood
tooka pas frm Mie Matilla
behind thss net and smashed the
puk parsttate goalie Jerr Fs-
however, State had rallied to score
twice. With Michigan having two
men in the penalty box, Doug
Roberts tied the score and only 27
seconds later, with the Blue still
one man shy, the Spartans tok
the lead 2-1.
Trailing by a goal, Captain Wil-
fred Martin led Michigan's come-
back after onlyo 44 seconds int

puck at the red line, broke down contested, but State finally re-
the ice all alone, faked out goalie lented after 15:30 as Wolverine
Fisher, and drilled the puck home, wing Bob Boysen took Pierre De-
Mel Wakabayashi dribbled one itaint'o ternet. Wakabyah
by Fisher later in the same period quickly upped that lead to two
as the Wolverines retook the lead gasa esapdoei rm
3-2. MSU scored another power golsa hee slpedoeinfo
play goal late in the period to tie 30hee out. v l efrws
the score and set the stage for the I h i aeA efe'
thr eidshowdown. tam5 a five-game winnng streak
The third period was tightly them in sole possession of fourth
place, only 13 percentage points
behind Michigan Tech, the week-
WCHA Standings d pnn
I i~v L T Pct. InFiay night's disaster, Tech
North .Dakota 5 2 0 .800 Ipounded the Blue, 10-2, after
MICHIGAN 6 5 0 .556 fjumping off to a 4-0 lead in the
Michigan Tech 5 4 1 .550 first period as Tech Captain Al
inst 6 6 40 9 Hoim scored a hat trick and Fred

Dart scored the other. From there,=
things got worse as Tech led by as

much as 7-0 before Barry Mac-
Donald and Wakabayashi could is wel under way and the young
score for the Blue. Wolverine cindermen are gaining I
Saturday night's game was a moetmec ek
complete reversal from the night Coach Don Canham, obviously
before. Spurred on by an out-. pleased with his younger set, com-
standing performance by goai metdafter Saturday's Michigan
Greg Page, Michigan scored fis, Feeainmeet at Kalamazoo
last, and more often. MacDonald's that the team's weaknesses are
goal put the Blue ahead 1-0, but slowly being plugged up-.'
Tech rallied to tie at the end of However, he did mention a pres- I
the first period before Michigan ent concern in the half mile. "Ce-
broke the game open with two cil Norde is my man in the 1000
goals in the second period for a Inow," he explained after Norde
3-1 lead, and humiliated the turned in a third-place finish
Huskies with three more in the Saturday in 2:12.9, including a
third for an easy 6-1 win. 1 :56 half-mile on the way. The

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1965
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Timbo Returns
Bob Timberlake, back in Ann
Arbor after a weekend trip to
New York where he signed a
t o y e a r c o n tra t w ith th i
future plans for a combined
pro football and ministerial ca-
reer.
Timberlake sys he probabl
cal Seminary after his rookie
season, although he hasn't ap-
plied for admission yet.
junior from Stratford, Conn., who
finished third in the Big Ten
Indoor Championships last year
in the half-mile, thus leaves a
gap in this event which the Wol-
verines have yet to fill adequate-
ly.
Sophomores Star
Otherwie the tracksters- thr
ized asphalt track at Kalamazoo.
The new sophomores continued to
make the future tingle with

Harvey heaved the 16-pound Oliphant, who was jumping unat-
ball 55'3" to walk off with first tached. Densham cleared 6'4" for
place honors, improving nearly second place but could not match
three feet from his heave last Oliphant's 6'8". Last year, the two
week. The burly sophomore is were constantly battli-ng each 0th-
within breathing distance of for- er with one competition ending in
mner Wolverine Roger Schmitt's a tie at 6'10". Densham, a fiery
winning Big Ten Indoor toss of* junior from Columbus, Ohio, is
55'9%u". jumping with a new style and is
Cooper Impresses optimistic about improving his
Even spri-nter Dave Cooper second-place Big Ten finish.
made Canham's face light up with Olympic bronze medal winner
a pair of seconds In the 60- and: Kent Bernard had no trouble win-
300-yard runs. Cooper, running ning the 440-yard dash in an easy
behind Dorne Reid, had a :06.4 :49.2. Bernard also anchored the
and :32.0, respectively. ile rlay tea to win in 3:1-8.2,
Reid, a junior from Ferndale, which Canham called, "the fast-
also had what Canham called "a est time indoors in the country so
good day" as he won the 60-yard far."
dash in a slick :06.2. The stocky Some of the Wolverines' feats
sprinter is running at full strength were even good enough to qualify
as opposed to last year when an for the NCAA meet in Detroit on
Achilles tendon aggravation con- March 12-18.
stantly hampered his performance.
and-plc finish in the 60-yai d trs n G t
highshittingd the tape at076 se~so
at :07.7. Woodton, who took fourth ) e ii t
in this event in the Big Ten Over Chuvalo
Indoor Championships last year
nots toM rn atyul stamh bcause NEW YORK GP)-Floyd Pattex -
his legs have been bothering him. json survived a heavy body bomb-
ing by bully boy George Chuvalo
Densham Nabs Second of Toronto and moved a giant step
In the high jump, Bob Densham toward a third term as heavy-
was again plagued by his old riv- weight champion by whipping the

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MICHIGAN'S SOPHOMORE WINGER Bob Boysen, who drilled
a 40-foot goal fin the second-place Wolverines' 6-1 romp over
Michigan Tech Saturday night, chases after the puck amidst
two Minnesota defenders in the two-game split with the Gophers
last December.
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brightness.
Especially notable was the
ning of Jim Mercer and the
nu-ti-ng nf flnvrinn TThrv

run-
shot

Moby Benedict, Michigan var-
sity baseball coach, traded in his
bat for a paddle Sunday and won
the singles division of the National
Paddlebali Tournament at the IM
Building.
Benedict, seeded fourth, dobwned
top-ranked Bill Schamltz of Madi-
son, Wis., 21-16 rind 21-17. For
Schultz, this marks the third
straight year he has finished in
the runner-up spot.
Benedict's toughest competitor
proved to be one of his 'own base-
ball players. He defeated George
Skaff, last year's third baseman,
by only one point, 21-20.

nusky Canadman on a unanimous
decision in 12 rounds before a
standing room only crowd of 19,-
100 at Madison Square Garden last
liight.
in an attsmpt to erse the m
ory of two humiliating knockouts
by Sonny Liston, punished Chuva-
10 with his quick punches to the
head but couldn't bring him down.
Thie sturdy Chuvalo, a body
puncher with a tom-tom beat, kept
slamming away at the ex-cham-
pion's spare ribs all through the
furiously-waged fight.
Judge Joe Armstrong scored it
8-4, judge Tony Castellano 7-5 and
referee Zach Clayton 8-5-1, all for
the 30-year-old Patterson. The A?
card had Patterson on top 9-2-1.
"I'd like a title shot at Cassius
Clay, fight Sonny Liston again
and then retire," Patterson said
in the ring at the finish.

uke 82,Marlan 64Mercer,
Oklahoma City 91, Loyola (New Or- ond varsit
leans) 88 4:14.8 mile
Kentucky 96, Georgia 64 and place.
WaestVirginia 111, Gieo. Washington 90 itrsig
Tulsa 59, San Francisco 53 Ryan won

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