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I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 1 8, 1'

Page Eiglt IHE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 18, 1

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By DAVE WIHAK
The Michigan hockey team
will provide Wolverine fans
with a preview of the 1974-75
season Saturday when the Blue
and White teams take to the
ice at Yost Arena in the annual
intra-squad game.
Thirty-one hockey players will
have the chance to (display
their talents, and these include
12 freshmen, nine sophomores,
five juniors and five seniors.
This scrimmage will determine
to a large extent the crew of
26 or 29 players that Farrell
will keep on the season roster.
Coach Farrell is expecting a
solid defensive corps this year,
but has been somewhat dis-
appointed in the training camp.
"Our defensemen have been

INTRA-SQUAD GAME AT YOST
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playing too much offense and
not enough defense. Still, we
have more experience on de-
fense this year, and the poten-
tial for the best defense in the
league."
OFFENSIVELY Farrell says
than the team will benefit even
moretfrom increased maturity.
"Our sophomores have display-
ed increasing confidence and
strength thus far in the training
camp, and I feel that this will
be important if we are to score
more goals," claims Farrell.
The Blue team will include
six starters from last year's
squad, of which three men in
particular are significant to Far-
rell's game plan. Center Angie
Moretto, left winger Doug Lind-
skog, and right-winger Pat
Hughes are three players that
Farrell said "have the potential
to score 20 goals or more this
year.-
OTHER MEMBERS of last
year's team that are skating
for the Blues are Gary Morri-
son, Gary Kardos, and Don
Fardig. Kardostwas anassistant
captain on last year's squad,
and like Morrison, is a , hard
checking forward.
Don Fardig plays center, and
Farrell claims "he can do it
all. He's a cool performer under
pressure, and is a good team

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man." However, Farrell has not
been satisfied with his overall
play thus far in pre-season.
"Don has not played as con-
sistently as he should; he's
capable of doing better. I think
he's just a late starter."
THE WHITE team is not with-
out returning forwards, either
for it features threeseniorstand
two sophomores. Frank Werner,
Randy Neal, and Paul Paris,
are the seniors that will form
one line in Saturday's game.
Both Kris Manery and Russ
Blanzy are centermen who have:
been converted into right wing-
ers. Both may see some action
at center ice, though, depending
on Farrell's plans.
When any team begins a sea-
son, the coach hopes for some
outstanding performance by at
least one of his recruits. As it
turns out, Coach Farrell has
stated that he has two such
prize prospects in his camp this
year. "We have two exciting.
prospects in Dan Hoene, a re-
cruit from Duluth, Minnesota,
and Dave DeBol, a walkon from
Detroit," enthuses Farrell.
While Michigan offense looks
promising to Coach Farrell, the
defense and goaltending will
cause him even fewer sleepless
nights. "This season we are
going to be very secure in goal-
tending. All-American Robbie
Moore is very dependable, but
he was injured a couple times
last year, and it hurt us be-
cause we had no adequate re-
placement."

THIS YEAR Farrell, recruited
a goalie from Minnesota, Frank'
Zimmerman, and in addition
acquired a walkon, Rick Pal-
mer, from Detroit. "We are
very pleased in both Zimmer-
man and Palmer, and are ex-
pecting good, solid goaltending
from both."
So it all boils down to Satur-
day night and the efforts of 31
hockey players. The fateful de-
cisions of the coach, the ten-
sions involved, and some very
inspired athletes should add up
to a very exciting hockey game.
This Saturday closes what could
be a rewarding training camp
for some, and for those on the
losing end, a disappointing one.
BillboardR
Michigan, last year's Big
Ten water polo champions,
are scheduled to take on the
University of Illinois, Chicago
Circle campus, tonight at 8:30
in the Matt Mann Pool. The
Wolverines will also come
back on Saturdaysats2:00 to
take on last year's runner-up,
Indiana University. Indiana
is expected to give Michigan
its toughest challenge to date
as they are stocked with
several Olympic swimmers.
The Wolverines, undefeated
in their first five outings, will
defend their title in home
waters at Matt Mann. Admis-
sion for the match is 50 cents.

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