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By DAVE WIHAK
On a weekend in which the!
Michigan-Ohio State football
game pervades even the wash-
room graffiti in the Student Un-
ion, maize and blue fans could
understandably overlook per-
haps the most exciting home
hockey series of the year. This
Friday and Saturday the Wol-
verines will host the Michigan
Tech Huskies, last year's na-
tional finalists and Western Col-
legiate Hockey Association
champs, at 7:30 PM in Yost Ice
Arena.
The importance of the ser-
ies cannot be overestimated.
The Tech Huskies are current-
ly sporting a 3 and 3 record
in league play, and have lost
3 of the last 4 games, not at
all typical of past Tech pow-
erhouses.
The Wolverines have not ex-
actly set the league on fire with
their play, either, as they have
managed just two victories in
six league games. But when the
Wolverines have won, they've
won BIG. In their two victories,
they have outscored their oppo-
sition 18-2.
Still, it is evident that both
teams have been inconsistent,
and need a big effort on the
weekend to kindle their for-
tunes.
Coach Dan Farrell of the
Wolverines will assume the
role of student as he sends his
team against the Huskies,
who are coached by Dan's
former coach and boss, John
MacInnes. Farrell, in his sec-
ond season as Wolverine men-
tor, faced MacInnes four
times last year as an oppos-
ing coach, and his Wolverines
won twice. The two victories
came on home ice, and includ-
ed a 5-4 game, which was de-

cided by Don Dufek in over- I
time.
Tech, on the other hand,
would like to avenge those
losses, for the rivalry between.
these two schools has been
fierce over the years. MacInnes
would like to teach Farrell an-
other lesson in the game of hoc-
key, as he did for five years
when Farrell was assistant
coach at Tech.
However, Maclnnes realizes
that Michigan this year is a
much stronger team than last
year. He unloaded a bombshell
when he said: "Before the sea-
son got underway, I expected
Michigan to finish first place."
Coach Farrell in turn paid his
compliments to the Tech team,
saying that "Techbis always
good. They have a bigger team
than ours, and they forecheck
really well."
With all this praise, there
must be some explanation for
the disappointing records each
team presently holds. MacIn-
nes claims that his team "has
played poor defensive hoc-
key, and the goaltending has
been poor." He added that
the Tech offense hasbeen in-
consistent: "We have been
scoring 8 goals one night and
2 or 3 the next. Our one plus
is that we have proven goal-
scorers."
Farrell does not agree with
this. "Tech does have a lot of
firepower in Bob D'Alvise and
Steve Jensen, but they lost
three of their top scorers from
last year." Jensen and George
Lylerare Tech's leading goal
scorers with 7 each.
As for the Wolverines, they
do not lack offensive power
either. Center Angie Moretto,
who will play between Frank

Werner and Gary Morrison, has'
scored 12 goals on the season,
and leads the team in scoring
with 15 points. Farrell has been I
very pleased with Moretto, say-
ing: "Angie has been a very.
effective player this season, and
he could be the key to victory
against Tech."
. Don Fardig will return to
center for the Tech series after
missing three games due to a
back injury. At the same time,
however, Farrell has lot the
services of Bill Thayer. Thayer
suffered a brokenacollarbone
against Minnesota, and as a 4-
goal man in his freshman sea-
son, his loss could be signifi-
cant.
The only other changes in
personnel involve Dave DeBol
and Randy Neal, who may not
see action this weekend. Both
have had unproductive games in
the last two road trips, and Far-
rell apparently thinks that a
change must be made. Senior
Gary Kardos, will see his first
action on home ice this season,

Yst
as he joined the team for the
Minnesota series after recover-
ing from injuries.
Of course, in a series where
both teams are evenly match-
ed, goaltending will be very
important. MacInnes noted
"Last year, Robbie Moore
played really tough against
us, and we lost both games.
This year, due to the injury,
Moore will not be playing,
and I've never seen Zimmer-
man play, so I don't know
what to expect."
Farrell had this to say:
"Frank has looked good in prac-
tice this week. I know we are
going to need solid netminding
to win.
As Coach MacInnes sees the
series, "both teams need to get
back on track, and both teams
have too much talent to keep
slumping for long." Coach Far-
rell sums up the feeling of the
upcoming confrontation very
simply. "I'm very excited about
this series, and it will be very
close. I only hope we play well."

ISRAEL IN CRISES
Seven Distinguished Speakers will present the
current situation in the Middle East at an
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Friday, Nov. 22-9:00 p.m.
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' Sports of The Daly
Neal Colzie takes ill
COLUMBUS (/P)-Star defensive halfback Neal Colzie of Ohio
State, hospitalized early yesterday with a fever and infected
throat, is expected to play tomorrow against Michigan, a team
physician said.
"He's not seriously ill. We have every expectation that
he will play Saturday," said Dr. Robert Murphy, who check-
ed the senior from Coral Gables, Fla., before admitting
him to Riverside Methodist Hospital.
Earlier, a hospital spokeswoman said Colzie, the nation's
top punt returner last season, had a urinary tract infection
and was resting in good condition.
An Ohio State spokesman said Colzie did not feel well after
practice Wednesday and developed additional aching and a
temperature during the night.
Colzie, 6-foot-2 and 198 pounds, has not missed a game
as a three-year starter as Ohio State's open side defensive
halfback.
Colzie's spot in practice yestrday was taken by junior Craig
Cassady, a son of former Ohio State Heisman Award winner
Howard "Hopalong" Cassady.
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Gymnasts named co-captains
Michigan gymnastics coach Newt Loken announced yester-
day that high bar specialist Carey Culbertson and all-round
competitor Bruce Keeshin were voted as co-captains of the
1974-75 gymnastics squad. Both are seniors.
Loken reports that in spite of bothersome injuries
workouts are going well. Michigan's tumblers have been
hit with several nagging injuries to key players such as
Culbertson, recovering from a fractured wrist, and Jean
Gagon, who suffers from shoulder tendonitis.
"If we can just overcome these lingering injuries then we
can forge ahead," an optmistic Loken said.
The Wolverine tumblers open the season with the Midwest
Open Tournament in Chicago November 30.
--Michael Wilson

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