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This Weekend in Sports
FRIDAY
HOCKEY--Minn-Duluth, at Duluth
WRESTLING-Iowa, at Iowa City
TRACK-Notre Dame and Bowling Green, at South Bend
GYMNASTICS-Illinois and Indiana, at Crisler Arena, 7 p.m.
SATURDAY
BASKETBALL-Illinois, at Champaign
HOCKEY-Minn-Duluth, at Duluth
WRESTLING-Minnesota, at Minneapolis
GYMNASTICS-Illinois and Indiana, at Crisler Arena, 1 p.mi..
SUNDAY
SWIMMING-University of Toronto, at Toronto
MONDAY
WRESTLING-Oklahoma, at Crisler Arena, 7:30 p.m.

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MICHIGAN TEAMS ARE BUSY this weekend-both at home and
away. The hockey teams goes into action tonight with a two game
series against Minnesota-Duluth. The track team travels to South

Bend to face Notre Dame and Bowling Green in a triangular meet.
Pat Bauer (right) pushes home in the breaststroke. The Blue Wave
should have an easy time Sunday at Toronto. Jerry Poynton (bot-

Daily Staff Photos
tom left) figures in the top two on the pommel horse this weekend
against Illinois and Indiana.

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Sports-of e Daily
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IM1 division playoffs start;
women swim in open meet
By LESLIE RIESTER
Tension is building among IM teams as competition swings'
into high gear. In all divisions, playoffs in winter sports begin
in the next two weeks, as teams lay it all on the line in their
quest for a division or all campus championship.
In All Campus action,. former national racquetball champion
Craig Finger defeated Greg Grambeau 2-0 to capture the racquet-
ball singles title.
WINNER OF THE 1970 National Racquetball crown, Finger
currently devotes his time to his doctoral dissertation in psy-
chology. Finger is also a 'former paddleball doubles national
champion; and he and partner Dick Pitcher are favored to take
the All Campus title.
Semi-finals in Residence Hall dual swim meet competition
take place next week; when Couzens challenges Huber, South
Quad and East Quad faces South Quad Gomberg. Couzens also
made the semis in bowling and will face Markley Scott next
week. West Quad Chicago takes on Wenley also of West Quad
in the other semi-final match.
Team paddleball entries for Independent and Residence Hall
teams are due February 4. Basketball playoffs in all divisions
begin next week. Sigma Phi is favored to repeat as Fraternity
champion and Law Gold is expected to win the Graduate title
once again. Title in the other divisions are up for grabs this
year.
DEFENDING CHAMPION Hacker's Row is the team to beat in
the co-rec waterpolo playoffs which start next week. The No
Names, second-place finishers last semester, will be splashing
close behind Hacker's Row again this term.
Co-rec entries for badminton, bowling and table tennis are
due February 4 The women's division said they will accept
last minute paddleball doubles and squash singles entries on
Monday.
The Fraternity dual swim meet semi-finals will be February
6, 7:30 p.m. at Matt Mann Pool. Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Beta
Theta Pi are favored in that meet. Tie Evans Scholars are
favorites in the table tennis playoffs next week.
IN ADDITION TO the basketball championship, Law Gold
is expected to sweep the Graduate squash and table tennis play-
offs which begin next week.
Faculty action is light this week. Dick Pitcher is favored to
win the racquetball singles tourney if he can ace defending
champion Dick Lampman in the first round. Pitcher should also
win the paddleball singles. Faculty volleyball entries are due
Monday.
In the "M" Gals division, the Bombers defeated Couzens 3-0
to capture the All Campus Team Badminton championship.
Women's Residence Hall basketball playoffs start next week
with League One champion Couzens waiting to battle the League
Two champion, probably Stockwell.
THE WOMEN'S All Campus swim meet takes place Monday,
February 4, at Margaret Bell Pool. Team and individual entries
are encouraged for the full schedule of races and diving com-
petition.
The women's division is circulating participant questionaires
which can be obtained from the Barbour IM office. Ann Carney
has promised that the department will consider participant sug-
gestions in decisions concerning the structure and organization
of next year's program.
All right all you handball freaks. The Handball Sports Club
is sponsoring an exhibition at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the IM Sports
Building. Lake Forest College, a top-ranked intercollegiate team,
and its coach. Mike Dau. will conduct a clinic prior to two

By Daily Sportwriters
Tonight, by the shores of Lake
Superior, the Michigan h o c k e y
team faces off with the Minnesota-
Duluth Bulldogs as the tight WCHA
playoff race heads into its final
full month of regular season play.
Going into this weekend's two-
game series, the Wolverines find
themselves tied with Notre Dame
and the Bulldogs for seventh place,
in the conference. The top eight
teams will make the playoffs. With
just ten more games left on the
schedule, it's obvious these games
in Duluth are extremely impor-
tant. -
Statistically, it would be hard
to find two teams more evenly
matched. In addition to the same
7-10-1 WCHA records, both the!
Wolverines and Bulldogs have
identical 13-10-1 overall marks.
In WCHA play, Michigan scores
an average of 3.7 goals per
game. Duluth averages 3.6. In
the goals-against category, Mich-
igan averages 4.5 to Duluth's
4.7. Neither team has managed
a shutout.
Perhaps the'only significant dif-I
ference in the two teams' statistics
is the fact that the Wolverines
have accumulated almost 100 more
minutes in the penalty box than
the Buldlogs. Hopefully, though,
Michigan has overcome Its illegal
ways, as evidenced by two pen-
alty-free periods in last Saturday's
win over the Minnesota Gophers.
But of course the only numbers!
that really count are those in the
won-lost-tied columns, and there
the t e a m s are even. Or are
they? On the surface, yes, but
Duluth's record deserves closer
examination.
Since Christmas, the Bulldogs
have been playing incredibly
well. All seven of their WCHA
wins have come in this period,
while they have lost only three
times. And the wins include four
over second-place Denver, two
over third-place Minnesota, and
one last Saturday over 1973
NCAA champion Wisconsin.
"I've never seen them play this
year," admitted Michigan coach
Dan Farrell, "but I know they
have won seven of their last ten.
They seem to be a 'no-star' team
but they have been playing well
together."
The Wolverines will be playing
without the services ofbGreg Na-
tale, who did not make the trip.
The freshman defenseman injured
his foot last weekend in the Min-
r-sota series. Making the trip, but
in "considerable pain" is sopho-
more forward Don Fardig, who
has a cadhback. Taking Natale's
place on the roster and backing
up Fardig, in case he falters, will
be Russ Blanzy.
Unlike last week, when Farrell
made a major change in his
game plan to upset Minnesota,
there are no special plans for
the Duluth trip.
The only new move will be
switching Don Dufek to right wing
and Gary Kardos to left wing on
the Kardos - Manery - Dufek line.
This is being done to take advan
tage of Dufek's backhand shot,
which he likes to use.
It is bound to be an excting
series up in the north country, with
both teams fighting and scrapping
for their payoff lives. Michigan
hockey fans can hear the game

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p'rs
NIGHT EDITOR:
MARCIA MERKER
line three times between now and
next Monday .
While Monday's match againstj
Oklahoma deserves its full share
of attention, the Maize and
Blue's most important confron-
t tion will take place this eve-
ning with the third-ranked Iowa
Hawkeyes at Iowa.
"We won't meet a more solid
team up and down the line-up,"
Bay affirms. "I think we're a little
better team, but being away
makes the match a toss-up.
A trio of freshmen and several
outstanding veterans will key
Iowa's hopes. Chris Campbell, a
177-1b. neophyte who wrestled
Clarion State's defending NCAA
champion Bill Simpson to a draw
recently, heads the list of Hawk-
eye newcomers. Steve Hunte, at
142, and Chris Sones, at 118, con-
stitute the other Hawkeye new-
comers.
I n d e e d, several Hawkeyes
should have no trouble dispens-
ing with their Wolverine foes.
Dan Holm will disappoint his
fans if he scores anything less
than a superior decision over
Michigan's wrestling champion
of the week Dan Brink.
Jan Sanderson, now wrestling at
167, was good enough at 150 to
decision Jerry Hubbard, 6-3, when
they met back in 1971. John Ryan
will be a pleasant surprise, if he
can hold Sanderson to a similar
score this time.
Iowan 134-pounder Brad Smith,
although he has lost twice in a
row to Billie Davids, will be a
definite upset threat. In their last;
match, Smith extended Davids in-
to overtime, losing on a referee's
decision.

To compound Bay's problem,
Hawkeye Tim Cysewski at 126 has
been destroying his opponents this
year. Iowa counts on him being
able to do the same to Rich Valley.
In particular, Davids' and
Schuck's performance could
prove decisive, with the expect-
ed Hawkeye victories at 126, 1S8
and 167, and the Maize and
Blue's solid combination of
Brown - Huizenga - Curby -
and Ernst.
The Minnesota Gophers, whol
Michigan wrestles Saturday after-
noon, could be surprisingly trouble-
some. The Maize and Blue will be!
recovering from a supreme effort,.
looking forward to Oklahoma and t
Minnesota who have the talent to
take advantage of any Wolverine!
overconfidence.
The more formidable Gophers in-
clude Jeff Lamphere at 126, Larry
Zilverberg, who has lost only to
Iowa's Holm at 158, 167-pounder
Don Chandler, Evan Johnson, who
beat Michigan's Curby at 190 in
last year's Big Tens, and heavy-
weight Dave Simonson, 1973 Big
Ten runner-up to Gary Ernst.
If the Wolverines are still un-
defeated by the time Oklahoma
comes to town, their match will
definitely be one of the most
important in the nation this year.
Although the Sooners have lost;
three times, to Penn State,aClarion I
State, and number two Oklahoma!
State, their best men will be fac-
ing, for the most part, rulatively ,
weak points in Michigan's line-up.!
And in dual meets, half the tattle
is making sure your best guys
can score easy victories, prefer-
ably pins.
Jeff Callard is generally con-
sidered to be the best 167-pounder
operating west of the Mississippi.
He has been upset by a couple of
people this year; how;ver don't
look for anyone from Michigan to
do the same.
158-pounder Rod Kilgore has
lost only once while battling some
murderous foes, but the key to
the Sooners' destiny will be
whether 118-pounder Gary Breece
will be able to wrestle.

Breece finished second in the
1972 NCAA and was forced to with-
draw from the 1973 with an injury.
When healthy, Breece ranks right
with Jim Brown as the best in the
country.
If Breece doesn't make it, the{
Sooners' will wrestle at that weight
with Shawn Garel, who isn't nearly'
as good.
"Every one of these three teams
has the ability to lick us and licka
us good," the concerned Bay
claims. "But I don't think they can
do it."
-CLARKE COGSDILL
* * *
Thincluds frolic
Michigan's track teamventures,
to Notre Dame today where they,
the host team, and Bowling Green
will be involved in a triangular in-
door meet. Michigan appears atI
full strength with the exception
of Pete Hill and Kim Rowe. Hill, a
long-jumper and triple-jumper,
hurt his ankle and may miss the
trip. Rowe returns Mondaysfrom
competition in the British Com-
monwealth Games.
Notre Dame's 176-yard track is
the same type as Cobo Hall's,
which will give the thinclads a lit-
tle practice for the upcoming NC-
AA indoor championships. Com-
menting on the competition, Michi-
gan coach Dixon Farmer stated,
"Bowling Green is strong in everyL
distance event from the half mile
on up. Notre Dame doesn't have a'
lot of depth, but they've got a good
individual in each event. It should
be a good track meet."
-JEFF CHOWN
* * *
Tumblers host
The Michigan gymnastic team
under Coach Newt Loken go
against Illinois and Indiana to-
night at Crisler Arena.
Among the Wolverines com-
peting will be Jean Gagnon who
last week against Minnesota
broke his high score career-wise
in the all-around set one week
earlier at Southern Illinois.
On the rings, Captain Monty
Falb and Joe Neuenswander have
their work cut out with Indiana's
Jack Melmedahl and the Fernan-
dez brothers, Benny and Landy.
Malmedahl was the only non-
Michigan man to capture a first
place event at the Big Invitational.
-LEBA HERTZ
WCHA Standings

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Michigan State
Wisconsin
Colorado College
MICHIGAN
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Notre Dame
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THIS WEEKEND'S GAMES
MICHIGAN at Minn-Duluth
Notre Dame at North Dakota
Michigan State at Mich. Tech.
Wisconsin at Colorado Coll.
Denver at Minnesota

DYLAN and only Dylan!
SATURDAY 9 A.M.-6 P.M.

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