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Wednesday, October 23, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pose Nine

Wednesday, October 23, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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JOHANNESEN OPTIMISTIC:

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Hockey outlook?...
. .. Look out for Blue
By BRIAN DEMING
AFTER LOSING only two players through graduation, acquiring
a host of fine freshmen, and guiding a team through a pre-
season that has shown improvement in /every facet Michigan
hockey coach Dan Farrell is just quietly optimistic.
The Wolverines' goal for the upcoming season? "To finish,
higher -in the WCHA."
Apparently Farrell, in his second year at the Wolverine helm,
is not in the habit of overestimating his team, as it appears
certain that Michigan will place higher than last year's seventh.
The season begins for the Wolverines Friday when they
host Ohio State.
The 73-74 Wolverines were12-15-1 in the WCHA and were
eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by Minnesota. The
Gophers went on to become the NCAA champs.
Last year's squad returns almost intact, missing only for-
wards Bob Falconer and Julian Nixon.
"Our strength is in our experience,' acknowledges Farrell,
"We've got virtually the same team back while other teams
have lost a lot."
Perennial power Wisconsin, for example, will probably be
much weaker this year after losing much of last year's squad.
Farrell is not alone in realizing the advantage of having a
lot of veterans back. Senior captain Randy Trudeau points out
that "the year of playing together has improved the passing"
and consequently has made the team a little quicker. Veteran
players can anticipate each 8ther's speed and moves and there-
fore can pass more accurately.
Added confidence in the coach as senior Frank Werner
suggests, is a benefit this team will have that the Wolverines
might not have had during Farrell's debut season. "We know
what he wants," the forward from Detroit observed, "I feel
more comfortable with Dan than last year."
Among the returnees are center Angie Moretto and
wingers Pat Hughes and Doug Lindskog. This line looked par-
ticularly good in pre-season and will probably stay together.
Moretto, a 6-4, 210-pound junior, led the Wolverines in scoring
last year with 2S goals and 21 assists.
The lines have been tentatively set by Farrell. Besides the
Moretto-Hughes-Lindskog line five other lines will be utilized.
Don Fardig, Kris Manery and Ben Kawa are paired together.
Fardig, a junior, had 12 goals and 22 assists last season while
sophomore Manery had 13 goals and 13 assists as a freshman.
Kawa is a freshman from Toronto.
Composing another line will be seniors Randy Neal and
Frank Werner and freshman Dave DeBol. Coach Farrell esti-
mates that Neal has been been the most improved player this
fall. DeBol, a non-tendered freshman, has also been impressive
thus far.
The other lines include freshman Dan Hoene, Bill Thayer,
and John McCahill; sophomores Russ Blanzy and Gary Mor-
rison and senior Paul Paris; freshmen Kip Maurer and Larry
Johnson and senior Gary Kardos.
The defense is, of course, anchored again this year by
All-America goalie Robbie Moore. The junior net-minder made
1135 saves last season, allowing an average of 4.3 goals per
game.
This year, Moore will be backed up by two quite dependable
replacements. Freshman Frank Zimmerman has looked ex-
tremely good thus far and will probably see action this weekend.
The third goaltender, Rick Palmer, also a freshman, is no rela-
tion to Michigan's Rob Palmer but is the brother of another Rob
Palmer that played for Denver and now plays professionally.
The defensive pairings consist totally of veterans. Sophomore
Dave Shand and junior Greg Fox, sophomore Rob Palmer and
Trudeau, and junior Tom Lindskog and sophomore Greg Natale
are set to defend the Michigan ice.
"We've got a lot to look forward to," commented goalie
Moore as the Wolverines' outlook is brighter than it has been
for many a year.
Right now two players are out indefinitely with injuries-
freshman Scott Bondy and senior Gary Kardos-and forward
Don Dufek won't be available to the team until after the
football season.
But even with these setbacks there is no reason why Michigan
shouldn't be in the thick or perhaps the top of the WCHA race
when it starts in two weeks.
The Wolverines will host Wisconsin Nov. 1 and 2 to begin
the WCHA schedule.-

By RAY O'HARA
With Michigan sports fans
currently well advanced into
their annual case of gridiron
madness it is understandably
easy to forget that the Wolver-
ines of Winter are hard at work
preparing to duplicate their va-
rious conquests of recent cam-
paigns.
The wrestling Wolverines, the
most successful of all the suc-
cessful Michigan winter sports,
with second place finishes last
year in both the Big Ten and
the nation, will be laboring un-
der the direction of a new
coach, Bill Johannesen.
Though he will be unfamil-
iar to most of the fans Jo-
hannesen is anything but a
strange face to the wrestlers.
As the close friend and assist-
ant coach to his immediate
predecessor, Rick Bay, Jo-
hannesen has an advantage
denied most new coaches in
that he is already familiar
with all the previous perform-
ances of the team and its in-
dividual members.
"Rick and I have travelled
parallel courses since high
school," observed Johannesen,
referring to former coach Bay,
"and when he retired from
coaching he recommended that
I be appointed."
Bay retired at a young age
because he was tired of coach-
ing. Johannesen is not bending
under the weight ofntheyears
either. He matriculated at
Michigan in 1962 and before he
graduated in 1966 he marched
off with assorted hardware
representing two third place
Big Ten finishes, a Big Ten
championship and two All-
America performances at the
NCAA championships.
In the years between his
graduation and his return as
an assistant coach, Johanne-
sen tried out for the American
Olympic team but a promising
start ended in frustration at
the trials due to an injury.
After assisting Rick Bay at
Michigan and wrestling along-
side him at suburban Chicago's
Waukegan High under the
tutelage of Bay's father, one
might be led to think that Jo-
hannesen's coaching style is
cast in the calm, cool and col-
lected Bay mold. Not so, claims
the new head man.
"His father (Bay's) demand-
ed so much respect and got it.

He could discipline you with a................................ start the season as number one
glance just because you knew -*in that class.
he disapproved. Rick's the Granted that the lighter
same way; he doesn't get very . case ae roiin lghe
emotional, but I get very ex- classes are providing plenty
cited during a match and I get z ffonngchr him,
cie:uin<:ach sra 1'W Uk perhaps Johannesen's biggest
out there and yell and scream
and jump up and down." NIGHT EDITORS: problem is posed by the va-
Bill Jhannesen may be doing JOHN KAHLER cancy at 167. Here the like-
lot of jumping and screaming BRIAN DEMING liest choices are all currently
a lo ofjumingandscremin :.:;:;<- wrestling at 158. Ed Nies-
this season because the shoes r
of ou gaduteAl-Amrian wender, Tad DeLuca and
of four graduate All-Americans gan last year, both scramble for Gary Jonseck are all possibili-
must be filled if Michigan plans the 118 lb. slot and they will ties to be moved to the heav-
iveperformace ofslast year find that junior Lance Becker, ier weight.
when they came within a hand- a 4.0 point student), also intends Mitch Marsicano will handle
ful of points of being the na- to have it. the heavyweight duties when
tional champions. If none of these prospects the season begins but that could
feam captain Dave Curby pan out Johannesen may move change later after gridders Billy
should be more than adequate Brown to the 118 lb. position, Dufek and Les Miles become
in the 190 lb. class while leaving the Space brothers, Tom available.
Mark Johnson (177), Dan and Dave, or Rich Lubell, who Despite the uncertainties at
Brink (158), John King (150), was undefeated in wrestler-rich some weights Johannesen is
Bill Schuck (142) and Jim Long Island last year, to com- buoyed by the high spirits of
Brown (126) appear to be pete at 126. the team. "Our morale has been
solid choices at this point in Lubell might also contend for real good and that is absolute-
their respective classes. the 134 lb. slot but he will most ly necessary because wrestling
Freshman Todd Schneider and likely be overshadowed by Brad is such a grueling sport. It re-
Greg Haynes, the best two light- McCrory and Rich Valley, one quires so much effort that with-
weights in the state of Michi- of whom will almost certainly out that morale, you've had it."

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