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Page 10-Friday, January 12, 1979-The Michigan Daily

COLORADO COLLEGE COMES IN HOT:

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By BILLY NEFF
The Michigan ice hockey team has
not had a weekend to point to for the
whole season, due to their 5-11 league
mark and their 7-13 record overall.
However, if they could ever point to
one, this would be the weekend.
Mired in ninth place in a league with
ten teams and only eight playoff spots,
the Wolverines play host this weekend
to eighth place Colorado College, the
team they have to knock off to gain a
playoff berth. Michigan has lost their
last four games and eight of their last
ten. CC on the other hand, has won
three of their last four contests.
THE SERIES is even more crucial,
considering the fact that these will be
the only meetings between the two
teams this season and if they finish the
season deadlocked, the outcome of this
series will determine who garners the
playoff berth? Last year, the
Wolverines tied for seventh, but were
left out of the playoffs due to their
records against the teams with which

repare
they were tied, Minnesota-Duluth and
Notre Dame.
"It's the most important series we've
played. If you don't do well in these
series, you're not going to finish very
well at the end of the year," assistant
Wolverine hockey coach Doug Hinton
related.
Unfortunately for Michigan, the
Tigers from Colorado have compiled a
very good record on the road, while
sputtering at home. CC (5-9-2, 5-12-2
overall) has gained splits at Michigan
Tech, Minnesota-Duluth and Wisconsin,
while winning only twice at home.
against pathetic Michigan State.
LAST YEAR, CC upset the number
one ranked team in the nation, to enable
them to make the NCAA's final round.
They were then upended by eventual
third place finisher, Bowling Green.
The Tigers are led by the most
prolific scorer in their history in Dave
Delich. CC also has last year's rookie-
of-the-year and the team's leading
scorer Greg Whyte, and high scoring

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forwards Dale Maksymyk and Bruce
Aikens.
On defense, a sore spot this season for
CC, coach Jeff Sauer has co-captains
Curt Christofferson and Larry Soltvedt.
Aiding these two veterans is a Detroit
native and one of their leading scorers,
Dave Feamster.
MANNING THE nets for the fast-
skating Tigers is senior Scott Owens,
who has played quite well even though
his team has yielded the second most
goals in the WCHA. "I understand their
goaltender's been very good; I under-
stand that he keeps them in the
games," said Hinton.
Goaltending, meanwhile, hasn't gone
quite as well for the Wolverines until
last Saturday night when freshman
Peter Mason made his debut in a
Wolverine uniform. He recorded 38
saves, while allowing top-ranked Min-
nesota just two goals. The Gophers also
added an empty net goal. On the
previous night, Minnesota had bombed

goalie Rudy Varvari for nine goals.
Mason, thus, will get the nod again
tonight. "He carried the ball very well
and he deserves to play again," Hinton
said.
MICHIGAN HAS their whole lineup
healthy, except for freshman Terry
Cullen, who has been out almost the en-
tire year. Only freshman Steve Rich-
mond has the flu and might sit out the
game.
The Wolverines have had a terrible
time putting the puck in the opposition's
net, tabbing only one goal against Min-
nesota. Hinton says this has not been
the focus of practices this week but in-
stead, "We're trying to keep the puck
out. of our net." He did say that the
Michigan lines will be changed
somewhat.
In order to combat the tough Tigers,
Michigan will have to shell Owens, or
else they just might be shut out of the
playoffs two years in a row.

WOL VERINES SINK BADGERS, 83-30
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By OWEN MEDD
Michigan's men's swimming coach
Gus Stager has been saying all along
that he had a helluva team and last
night they proved it once more,
defeating Wisconsin 83-30 in their Big
Ten opener.
THE MEET was definitely not as
close as expected, as the Blue mermen
swam many fine races in what was
supposed to be a tough encounter.
Wisconsin could not match
Michigan's fine diving performance or
speed in the pool. The Blue tankers took
ten of 13 events on the way to setting
four new pool records.
In the diving events, Michigan senior
Matt Chelech showed superb form,
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events. Sophomore Ken Vjgiletti also
gave a fine performance, taking a third,
in the one-meter diving and a second. in
the three-meter event.
SOPHOMORE Kevin Williamson was
the standout in the pool, setting pool
records in both the 500 and 1000-yard
freestyle events. Bob Murray was
another top contributor,setting one
record in the 50-yard freestyle and
edging teammate Fernando Canales by
one-hundredth of a second in the 100-
yard freestyle for his second win. Tom
Ernsting set the other pool record in the
200-yard breaststroke.
Coach Stager was more than pleased
with his team's showing. "We have a
good team here and no one knows about
it."
STAGER ALSO gives credit to the
divers and sees a lot of promise in
them.
"Ken Vigiletti and Kerry Menegay
are coming along very well. Menegay
would have been right up there tonight,
except for one bad dive."
The next meet for Stager's mermen is
Saturday against the University of
Minnesota.

Bruce to replace Hayes
By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS - An Ohio State University official confirmed yesterday
that Earle Bruce will replace the fired, legendary Woody Hayes as the
Buckeyes' 20th football coach.
The official, who asked not to be named, said in a statement late
yesterday that Iowa State University President Robert Parks would
announce Bruce, the Cyclones' coach for the last six years, was resigning
from that post.
"So it's going to point the finger at one guy - Bruce," said the official
Meanwhile, Ohio State athletic officials scheduled a news conference for
2 p.m. today to announce the successor to Hayes, fired Dec. 30 for slugging a
Clemson player in a 17-15 Gator Bowl loss.
The Ohio State source said the news conference'originally had been
scheduled for this morning, but was moved back so Harold Enarson, the
university president, could interview Bruce before his introduction to the
media.
Enarson was in New York and was not due back in Columbus until late
this morning.
Hugh Hindman, Ohio State's athletic director who fired Hayes, was
unavailable for immediate comment. His secretary said he was in a
meeting.
In Ames, Iowa, Iowa State assistant Coach Wayne Stanley told the Cedar
Rapids Gazette that Bruce had asked Steve Szabo, Jim Williams and
Stanley, all Iowa State assistants, to accompany him to his new position as
Woody Hayes successor.
An Iowa State player also said Bruce had informed the Big Eight
Conference squad he was accepting the Ohio State position.
"He wanted us to be the first to know," a Cyclones player told the Iowa
State Daily. "We hate to lose him. It was very hard to take. I thought he
would stay, but a job at a coach's alma mater is hard to pass up."
The player, who requested he not be identified, said Bruce told them of
his move at a team training table Wednesday night.
Ohio State Tailback Calvin Murray said Hindman had not held a
meeting with the returning Buckeyes to disclose the new coach up until 12
noon yesterday.
Bruce was named quickly so he could be on hand this weekend to greet 22
high school recruits who are visiting the Ohio State campus. The Buckeyes
canceled a visit by another batch of prospects last weekend because they
had no successor to Hayes.
Hayes, 65, produced two national championships, 13 Big Ten titles or co-
titles, 11 bowl teams and a 205-61-10 record in his 28 Ohio State seasons.
Lefleur heads voting
NEW YORK-Montreal Canadiens'superstar Guy Lafleur took the lead
from the New York Rangers'- Anders Hedberg in fan balloting for the star-
ting right wing position on the National Hockey League All-Star squad that
will face the Soviet National team next month, league office announced
Wednesday.
Lafleur's total of 51,450 votes moved him ahead of Hedberg, who trailed
by six votes at 51,444.
The Rangers' Pat Hickey, who leads all NHL players with 67,040 votes,
maintained a comfortable lead over Montreal's Steve Shutt, 34,434, in the
voting for the left wing position.
His teammate, Ulf Nilsson, continued to lead all centers with 40,751
votes.
Phil Russell of Chicago moved into the lead for the starting defense
position with 53,035, nosing out Toronto's Borje Salming, 52,572.
Chicago's Tony Esposito continued to lead goaltenders by a wide
margin. His total of 56,281 votes put him far ahead of Toronto's Mike
Palmateer, 32,976.
Balloting will end Jan. 14. The NHL All-Stars and the Soviet National
Team will play a three-game series on Feb. 8, 10, and 11 at New York's
Madison Square Garden.
Possible tampering probed
BOSTON-Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn is "looking into" the
decision of college star Bill Bordley to turn down a contract from the Cincin-
nati Reds.
A coveted left-handed pitcher for the Unversity of Southern California,
Bordley wants to play only on the West Coast, preferably for the California
Angels.
Bordley was the Reds' top pick in the draft but the 6-foot-4 pitcher, citing
family considerations, said he will return to Southern Cal. He had dropped
out to become eligible for the January draft.
"I had a commitment from the Angels to go right on their roster," Bor-
dley said.
The Reds picked Bordley before California had its chance.

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