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Important U of M Ski Club Meeting
Wednesday. Jan. 24-7:30
Michigan Union Assembly Hall
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Page 10-Friday, January 19, 1979-The Michigan Daily
MUST WIN FOR PLAYOFFS:

Michigan takes on Fighting Sioux

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By BRIAN MILLER
Pity the poor North Dakota Fighting
Sioux. Possessors of the WCHA's finest
goalie, freshman Bob Iwabuchi, the
Sioux will have to face the Michigan
icers this weekend without him.
Iwabuchi will be serving a three-game
suspension for allegedly pushing a
referee during last Saturday's UND-
Denver game.
So while Iwabuchi, the owner of a 2.52
goals against average, sits it out, the
Sioux will be forced to use senior Bill
Stankoven, the WCHA's second best
goalie this year, with a 3.37 goals again-
st average.
All facetiousness aside, this season
has been just about a dream for the
Sioux and their rookie head coach, John
Gasparini. North Dakota has lost only
two players to graduation from last
year's team and the dearth of experien-
ce on this year's squad has helped keep
the Sioux in contention for the league
title all season long.

Presently, North Dakota is 12-6 on the
year (in the WCHA, 16-6 overall), just
one point behind first place Minnesota.
And its successful season, so far, is due
to a number of players besides the two
goaltenders.
The Sioux are getting potent point
production from freshman center
Kevin Maxwell (19-31-50), junior left
winger Mark Taylor (16-28-44), and
sophomore left winger Doug Smail (16-
25-41). In comparison, five Sioux
players have more points than
Michigan's leading scorer, Murray
Eaves with 32.
Defensively, North Dakota is led by
senior Bill Himmelwright, (6-1, 195) a
first team WCHA all-star last year, and
5-10, 180-lb. junior Brad Cox.
Sophomores Marc Chorney and Mike

Stone have also helped North Dakota
become the league's best defensive
team.
Besides offense and defense, North
Dakota has another thing going for it
this season: the conference's best home
record. It's nearly impossible to win up
at Grand Forks this year as North
Dakota has forged an admirable 10-2
record on home ice so far. The Sioux'
two losses to date have been to Wiscon-
sin (2-1) in overtime and Minnesota, 6-'
3.
And then there's Michigan. Dan
Farrell and his crew must feel like the
Christians entering the Coliseum right
now. Unlike ,North Dakota, Michigan
has only three seniors and four juniors
out of a roster of 24 players. Inex-
perience has hurt the team as much as

the injuries to Terry Cullen, Dan Lerg
and Mark Miller has. The sum of those
two factors adds up to a lack of scoring
from the Wolverine icers - a fact that
explains in part why Michigan is 2-10 in
their last 12 games. In that time, the
Blue icers have been outscored 73-49.
If Michigan hopes to make the playof-
fs this year, they're going to have to
start winning, and soon. Basically,
Farrell has the full complement of
players to take up to Grand Forks as
once again, the only player unable td
participate this weekend is Cullen:
Also, Farrell is bringing along fresh-
man goalie Peter Mason in hopes that
his young netminder will continue his
solid play.
Game time for both games this
weekend is 9:30 EST.

WILDCA TS WIN, 81-72

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Women
By GEOFF LARCOM
Special to The Daily
EVANSTON - Hmmph. A heck of a
host Northwestern turned out to be.
Michigan's women cagers cruised in-
to the Evanston tundra last night in
hopes of upending the red hot Wildcats.
But all they got was the cold shoulder,
as Northwestern slid away with an 81-72
win in cavernous McGaw Hall.
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cagers s
their warmups before the speedy 'Cats
had jumped off to a quick six-point lead.
Michigan never led in the contest, as
Northwestern ran and muscled the
Wolverines to death in the run and gun
affair.
"I'm proud the kids were able to hang
in there," said Blue Coach Gloria Soluk
after the loss. "But we just let them
catch fire in the first half and we
couldn't come back."
SOLUK URGED her team, down by
11 at the half, to go outand get that first
basket. That was the key, she felt. But
the fast-breaking Wildcats got two
quick layups and Michigan was down 18
points before they could catch their
collective breath.
Michigan shot a frigid .278 per cent in
the first half, as shooters Diane Dietz
and Katie McNamara had difficulty
finding the net.
"Diane and Katie weren't playing
well in the first half," said a disappoin-
ted Soluk. "We need two good halves of
basketball from them if we're going to
win."
DESPITE GOING only seven for 23
collectively in the first half, Dietz and
McNamara still led the Blue scoring
with 23 and 19 points apiece. Most,
however, came on late fast breaks with
the game already out of reach.
Meanwhile, the Wildcats were
dominating both ends of the floor.
Guards Mary Murphy and Vicki Voss
continually outquicked their Michigan
backcourt counterparts in leading the
Northwestern break.

mashed
Wildcat forward Martha Megill and
Alinda Cox combined for 25 caroms as
the Wildcats out-rebounded the
Wolverines 58-42.
The loss dropped the Wolverines'
record to 8-7 for the season, while Nor-
thwestern rose to 9-1 in winning their
14th straight in McGaw.
Michigan next battles Notre Dame
back at Crisler Arena on Saturday.
Cagers Ied

MICHIGAN
FG/A FT/A
Currier............1/5 1/2
McNamara ........9/26 i/1
Harris .............. 2/5 2/2
Deitz .............10/24 3/4
Schevers........... 5/13 2/2
Venhuizen..........2/7 5/6
Neer ............... 0/0' 0/0
Sanders ............0/0 '0/1
Hansen............0/1 0/0
Smith ............0/2 0/2
White .............. 0/3 0/1
Team Rebounds..
Totals....... .... .29/86 14/21

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2
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By JOHN KROGGEL
Russian bound Mark Churella and his Michigan wrestling teammates
head to Indiana for two dual meets. The matmen will face Indiana State
tonight and Indiana tomorrow.
The Sycamores are 5-4 on the season, including a win over tough
Kentucky. "Indiana State is a good small college power," reports Michigan
coach Dale Bahr.
The match will provide some good and necessary experience for the
lighter weights. Freshman Jim Mathias (10-9) will face the toughest test
against Sycamore Bob Dickman in'the 118 weight class.
r The Hoosiers will provide two interesting matches. Again, Mathias will
face a tough opponent, senior Angelo Marino, with an impressive 15-0-1
record. The other highlight will match All-American Churella (30-1) against
r Doug Hutsell (11-4-2) in the 167 weight class.
According to Bahr, a good team effort will result in two victories this
weekend. These matches will provide a good preparation for the team as
they begin looking to the key meets in February against Iowa, Minnesota,
and Michigan State.
This weekend will also provide the final preparation for senior Mark
Churella before heading to the Soviet Union. Churella earned his place on the
U.S. team by winning the Great Plains Tournament in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The Russian Tbilisi Tournament is an important international tourney since
many of the 1980 Olympians will be there in competition.
Churella, a strong candidate for the Olympics, has won the last two Big
Ten Tournaments in his weight class and two NCAA titles. Last year, he was
named outstanding wrestler of the NCAA tournament.
Michigan, however, is anything but a one-man show. They are 6-2 this
season compared with a 5-9 record last year. Bahr attributes this year's
turn-around to an excellent team attitude.
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