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Friday, February 14, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~'age Nine

Friday, February 14, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

gage Nine

Blue tracksters
engage Spartans By FRED UPTON
At the start of the hockey
By TOM DURANCEAU season last November, it ap-
Anytime Michigan meets Michigan State in anything ;peared as though Michigan
there are fireworks and Saturday will be no exception as r j would benefit from the sched-
the Wolverines and Spartans battle it out in their annual ule by playing five of its last
dual track meet at the Multi-Sports Building at 4:00 pm. six games at home. But alas,
their record is 12-14 and theI
Michigan track coach Jack Harvey summed it up saying, hopes for a home playoff berth!
"it's just like football, they might pull off something you have all but vanished.
wouldn't believe, it's always an emotional meet." "I think the last six games
This meet marks the traditional mid-point in the indoor= will act as a tune up for theE
season for the Wolverines thinclads. After tomorrow the playoffs," commented Michigan
Blue tracksters have two meets until the Big Ten cham- coach Dan Farrell. "We've got
pionships at Indiana, the Western Collegiate at Kalamazoo to start generating momentum
February 22 and the Eastern Michigan Classic March 1. now.
For tomorrow's meet against the Green and White, the THE WOLVERINES have lost
their last three games and hope
Wolverines should be in their best physical shape this sea- to get back on the winning track
son. The only exceptions are high jumper Doug Gibbs and this weekend in Ann Arborj
middle distance man Andy Johnson. against North Dakota. The
In the mile relay outstanding sprinter Jim Grace is Fighting Sioux have won only
back in action after being out with leg problems and will four conference games all sea-
run on the 'B' mile relay team for the Wolverines.
"The mile relay is open to the fastest men on the team
in the 440 so until Grace proves himself, the 'A' team will
stay intact," explained Coach Harvey.
Last week in the Michigan State Relays the team of
Doug Hennibar, Dave Furst, Jeff McLeod, and Dave Wil-
liams ran a blazing 3:14 to win the mile relay. Grace will
have to pump one of those men.
The Wolverine's strength in the dual meet with State
should be in the field events, middle distance events, and
the sprints.
The Spartans have talent in two-miler Herb Lindsay
and miler Stan Mavis. They have an outstanding long.. .
jumper in John Ross who has consistently leaped 23 feet ....... ;.
this season. State is also strong in the high hurdles with
Paul Zielinski and Howard Neely, and the boys from East
Lansing have a strong sprinter in Lean Williams who
has gone 6.3 in the 60.h
One person from Michigan State who will be notable by t
his absence will be world class sprinter Marshall Dill who
is ineligible this semester. "Dill missing means more to
State than just poin'ts lost, he also affects team morale,"
summarized Michigan mentor Harvey. y
Regarding the outcome of the meet Harvey stated,'
"We're not going to die if we lose, but we'd like to win and
revenge last year's loss. On paper I think we can beat
them, but in track you have to run."
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son and are the cellar-dwellars
of the WCHA.
Farrell plans to juggle the
Wolverines' lines this weekend
in hopes of finding the winning
combination.
In many of the series this
year, Wolverine leading scorer,
Angie Moretto, has been effec-
tively tied up by opposing
teams. When this happens,'
Michigan usually loses as was
the case last week at Colorado
College. The Wolverines lostI
both games to the Tigers and
Moretto had no goals and but
one assist.
TO HELP counter this stra-
tegy, Moretto now has winger;
Pat Hughes and Don Dufek on
his line. With Hughes a major
scoring threat with 14 goals and
12 assists, opposing teams will '

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North Dakota

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not be able to concentrate solely
on Moretto. Dufek's addition
should 'dd strength to the cor-
ners.
Other line changes include
RandyNeal centering with Doug
Lindskog and Gary Kardos at
the wings. Also Don Fardig,
Gary Morrison and Dan Hoene
have been teamed up for a
line.
The only line staying intact for
the Wolverines is center Dave
Debol and wingers Kris Manery
and Frank Werner.
NORTH DAKOTA coach Rube
Bjorkman ruled out any special
strategy to contain Moretto.
"No, we'll play 'em straight
and tight."
North Dakota finished in the
basement of the league last
year with an 8-20 record. One of

those wins was a 4-2 victory series-whoever is hot at the
against the Maize 'n Blue. But time will usually stay that way.
it appears as though North
Dakota's record will be worse . Aware of this Farrell said, "I
this year. dust hope North Dakota doesn't
"Our biggest weakness is that get hot this weekend."
we're not as big as the rest of
the league," appraised Bjork-.
man. "We're a very young clubC S
though, and skate well."W HA Standings;

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It is expected that North Da-
kota will start Peter Waselovich
in the nets tonight opposing
Robbie Moore. Waselovich and
his back-up, Gordy Hangsleben,
both have a 5.2 goals against
average, though Farrell believes
that is deceptive.
"THEY HAVE two good
goalies but their averages don't
tell their true ability," added
Farrell. "They are only as good
as the team is in front of them."
Backing Farrell's observation
is the fact that Waselovich has
718 saves, second in the league
to Michigan State's goaltender
Ronald Clark.
Whether Michigan wins or
loses two games this weekend
will make no difference in the
standings. They have a lock on
sixth place with little chance of
moving up in the standings.
Going into the playoffs with a
healthy winning streak could
give . Michigan the confidence
necessary for putting it all to-
gether and advancing to the
NCAA's in Saint Louis. As it
has been often said in a short
TONIGHT 8 P.M.
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Michigan State
Michigan Tech
Wisconsin
Colo. College
MICHIGAN
Notre Dame
UM-Duluth
Denver
North Dakota

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This week's games j
Colorado College at UM-D I
Minnesota at Denver
North Dakota at Michigan
Wisconsin at Michigan State
Notre Dame at Michigan Tech

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TODAY
HOCKEY-North Dakota, 7:30 p.m., Yost Ice Arena
WRESTLING-at Wisconsin
SATURDAY
BASKETBALL-Iowa, 2:05 p.m., Crisler Arena
SWIMMING-Ohio State, 4 p.m., Matt Mann Pool
TRACK-MSU, 4 p.m., Multi-Sports Bldg.
GYMNASTICS-MSU, 4:30 p.m., Crisler Arena
HOCKEY-North Dakota, 7:30 p.m., Yost Ice Arena

; Daily Photo by KAREN KASMAUSKI
WOLVERINE WINGER Frank Werner fires a w rist shot from the slot at Ohio State's goalie
Dan Stergiou. Though Werner did not score he re, he and his linenates Dave DeBol and Kris
Manery are the only line that remains intact t us week as coach Dan Farrell adjusts for the
playoffs.

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Maize and Blue netters

DANCE

Saturday, Feb.

15-8 p.m.

squeeze
Special To The Daily
MADISON-After taking four
of the six singles matches,
Michigan's netters lost two dou-
bles matches and narrowly es-
caped with a 5-4 win over Ala-'
bama in the first round of the,
National Intercollegiate Indoor'
team tennis championships here
last night.
Netter Coach Brian Eisner,
said, "We'd like to have won
a little more decisively but!
we're happy to win."
The singles matches started
off on a bad note for the Wolver-
ines when hard-hitting Victor'
Amaya was upset by the Crim-
son Tide's Sam Vuillie 6-2, 6-2.
Eisner said that Vuillie played
extremely well against Amsya
and that, "With Vuillie playing
so well, Victor didn't expect a}
return on some shots and at
times was caught out of posi-
tion."
Michigan responded from the'
early setback by copping four1
of the next five singles matches.
Eric Friedler, Freddie DeJesus,
The Air Force football team
had a 219 record in 1974 but
seven of the setbacks were by.
margins of one touchdown orE
less.

past Alabamj~ia
Jeff Miller and Buddy Gallagher Michigan moves on to play
all took honors in the respective Southern Methodist Univer:ity
matches. tonight in a match sl-ed to
In the doubles encounters, begin at 9 p.m. Ann Arbr tme.
Amaya and DeJesus were the
only Maize and Blue netters to SMU, the number four team
win-defeating the Alabama duo in the nation last year, defeated
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igan. "Freddie was just out-
standing today," Eisner beam-,
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The Wolverine coach praised
the Crimson netters. "Alabama
is very strong and will demon-
strate this in the losers bracket.
I think they will just charge
right through there."
"We have the best teams inj
the country here," Eisner con-
tinued. "There are 16 trams
and all were hand-picked to
appear in this tournament."
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NBA
Cleveland 96, Golden State 93
NiIL
Buffalo 3, Boston 1
Philadelphia 4, Chicago I
Kansas City 5, Washington 1
College Basketball
Louisville 86, Drake 66
Notre Dame 68, St. John's, N.Y. 67
Holy Cross 69, Providence 68
Duquesne 83. Marshall 72
Miss. Valley 81, Tougaloo 65

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