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THE MICHIGAN DAIL't

Friday, February 25, 1972

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By PHIL METZGER
The erratic Michigan icers have
a chance to steer themselves into
a WCHA playoff spot this week-
end. The: catch ninth-place No-
tre Dame in the throes of an hor-
rendous eight-game losing streak,
but a sweep of the two-game set is
far from being taken for granted.
As any devoted observer could
attest, the Ann Arbor hockey con-
tingent has been something less
than overwhelming away from the
confines of the Coliseum. To be
exact, they are 1-11 on the road,
not a record to inspire confidence
in their playoff prospects. But a
closer look at past scores shows
that that record was compiled
by the front-runner Badgers.
The Wolverines do have mo-
mentum on their side. After get-
ting bombed 5-1 in a totally inept
performance against first-place
Wisconsin last Friday, they re-
bounded in fine style the next
night to take a 6-4 victory. It was
their best effort of the 1971-72
campaign, as exemplified by the
checking, precise passing, and all-
around scrappiness that was so
conspicuously absent from the
previous game.

Most encouraging was the con-I
tinual backchecking of the for-;
wards, which time and time again
tied up the power plays of the
front - running Badgers.
Led by Randy Neal's two goals,
including a last-minute blue line
shot into an open net, the Wol-
verine attack peppered Wisconsin
netminder Jim Makey with 46
shots on goal. Michel Jarry rung
up three assists and joined with
Bob Falconer for some of the
hardest hitting seen in the Coli-
seum this year.
The Wolverines managed to do
this and still stay out of the pen-
alty box, something they've failed
to accomplish in games that were
a lot less physical.
Facing an angry Irish squad
coming off two tough one-goal
losses to WCHA co-leader, Den-
ver, one of them in overtime, the
icers will need to keep hitting to
sew up at least eighth place. As
coach Al Renfrew noted, "They're
in good shape, and have really
had a lot of tough luck this year."
He might have added that the
Irish probably still remember the
Saturday night brawl in the Wol-
verine-swept series at Ann Ar-
bor earlier in the season.
The series is even more im-
portant than the jockeying for
the two playoff spots between
Michigan, Colorado College, pres-
ently tied with the Wolverines for
seventh place with 24 points, and
Notre Dame, two points back.
A sweep of the two games would
mean more than getting in the

playoffs, which the icers will prob-
ably do in the March 3-4 eight-
point home set against last-place
Minnesota.
For a team that hasn't won on
the road in 1972, taking two at
South Bend could give them the
momentum they need to pull a
playoff upset against first-place
Denver or Wisconsin.
"They've got to start winning
on the road to go anywhere in the
playoffs," commented Renfrew,
and the confidence to be gained
by a sweep on unfriendly ice
might well send them "some-
where".
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By DEBBIE WISSNER Team captain Charlie Morse is exp
The Michigan gymnasts have a MSU's best performer on the side Mic
Tbusy weekend ahead as the team horse, still rings, and parallel I
continues its tune-up before thebars Mors an exceptionall c
gTen Championships. Tonight strong athlete, has an average of sco
the Wolverines travel to East 8.87 on the horse with a high of pa
Lansing to take on Michigan State 9.30. On the rings, his average to
and tmro oc etLk is 8.97 with a season high of 9.10. pi
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esbouncers come up against Illi- Morse has a 9.01 average and a le
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The Spartans have a dual meet Other individual stars for ine
record of 5-3 with defeats coming Michigan State include Don Way- erc
at the hands of Southern Illinois, bright in vaulting and Al Beau- pio
Indiana State, and Iowa, det in high bar. eras
The Spartans are led by all- The meet will be held in Jeni- in
around Randy Balhorn, who has son Fieldhouse, and the Wolver- elig
won the all-around title in every ines can expect to face a crowd of the
dual meet so far this season. Ken highly partisan Michigan State wit
Factor is another strong all- cans. Banorn will be out to de- T
around performer. fend his all-around victory streak ho:
3In floor exercise, the top Spar-
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The Illini have an excellent side
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chigan.
Illinois has a record of 2-6,
>ing to Iowa last weekend by a
re of 160.25-155.20. As a com-
rison, Michigan State also lost
Iowa three weeks ago by .80
nts, and Michigan was edged
tby the Hawkeyes a. week ear-
r by only .45 points.
Illinois has been crippled by the
ligibility of their star floor ex-
ise man, 1971 Big Ten Cham-
in Paul Hunt. Hunt had an av-
age of 9.19 with a high of 9.5
his specialty before losing his
gibility. Mike Grimes is now
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By DALE ARBOUR
Michigan's track team is only
one week away from their first
Big Ten meet. Tonight's Michigan
Open at Yost Fieldhouse will pro-
vide the prelude to that meet in
Columbus next weekend.
The Big Ten meet is the first
for Michigan since coming under
tiew management. After last year's
disappointing eighth place finish,
both coaches and runners are
looking forward to making amends.
Tonight's meet will see most
of the Michigantcompetitors en-
gaged in events they don't usually
run in. Only field event men are
performing in their normal events.
"This provides our runners with
a break from their normal rou-
tines," says head coach Dixon
Farmer. "It also allows them to
compete in events which they us-
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Competition will be provided pri-
marily by the Ann Arbor Track
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ious other collegiateteams. All
the normal dual meet events will
be run with field events beginning
at 6:30 and running events com-
mencing at 7:00.
Leading the field event competi-
tion for Michigan will be Steve
Adams in the shit put and John
Mann in the high jump. Adams has
season bests of 58-1134 and 58-10
and could well become the Big
Ten's first 60-foot shotputter. He
is only a sophomore. Mann has
had minor leg problems 'chis sea-
son which have prevented him
from reaching peak form. How-
ever, he has still managed to win
half the meets he has competed
in, and placed in the rest. His
season best is 6-10%.
In the pole vault, Larry Wolfe
and Bob Mitchell wil be dueling
with Bill Barrett of the Ann Ar-
bor T.C. for meet honors. Barrett
holds the advantage and t h e
Fieldhouse record of 16-6, while
Wolfe and Mitchell have only 15-0
vaults to their credit.
The running events are jumbled
around for Michigan, and there
should be adequate competition
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switch their runners around as
Michigan is doing, some interest-
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With the conclusion of this meet,
only the conference meet and the
NCAA meet in Detroit- remain on
the indoor schedule. Thus much of
the season's success still hangs in
the balance for Michigan's new
head coach and his young charges.
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